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Digital page images are linked to the text file. osoe4ee + oee e eoeoe- i 0o BEREA PUIUSHINC CO i 0 LINCOnrnaATUD1 a o E ALBERT COOKPhD Meager a 0thfcrdatfePectaJkratntreaIyuKrrnt a- U ooooooeo oeoeoeoa MADISON COUNTY 10 1007 One Dollar a year No14 IX Five cents a Twentyfive Killed In CollllonM for Peaco In Central America 4R cord Run from Europe to Now York Twentyfive axcurslonlsta roturnlng from the Canadian provinces wore killed and many others worn Injured Sunday Ina Ifoarful train wreck duo to headoncollision on the Doa ton Sc Maim railroad about four mllo west of Canaui Wermont The bW ly Injured numbered nearly thlrb Bomo of wbamltb thought may not survive A misunderstanding ofor I den by the crow of the freight train caused tho Costa lllca BAI vador Nicaragua Guatemala and IJon duraa met with Assistant Secret lof State Adce And ot Mexico In Wtuhhutor1Monda1 to ram out the nuggeaLionof iho United Slated nod Mexico for a permanent peace un derstandlng between vtbo Central Anl crlcan republic The announcement Of tho dos of the great Dutto copper mine OI1UI1 what was almost apaola In hooks of copter companies oo Uio various mar kotp and Injured the puke of man jpthor kinds ot Blocks J J VwMlor H RunU poring teller of the Windsor Trust Company of Now York who confessed to stealing 100 000 of tho waa 11611 tencod Thursday to Aorvo seven 70Ars In slur Sing prison The Frenih army In Morocco mndo a Buildoa attack OB the sump ot tho Moor bctttoglBg Caealdai a and dron them oft in great confusion kUling hundred The Moon wallgrestly dS heartened by this and again uked for a trace till they could makt arrangement for peaee IHw Jlrench general granted the request Tire fastMt poMag on xaaonl b Iweiii Europe sad Nw York wall ilo tutted FrW y WHit the giwtt 1w ttanlaarrlveiUrom QueoMtewib Aftvli Evade tbe trip In five lay and tort five tnlnutee Tho taw Tax Ctork of lmitejat flwrtee R LMtn WM found tob ve boon a vhanw and Is Marled rd- llaVtE males WIO trow Uw 8tat Ho bad ptaftMd to MU MMMlf JIlt bee nerv Melted Mm A urea HorUMCM xpnM train WNI h M up hr twe masked men near Res fnd MOIl Th r dr a lIUd fen emp safe and roMtetl Ute mats oar ot n lj trod mail- AnthraelU and Wtanilnw operate ear that Uu seal ilUMtteR 1i growth BCSOUS throughout Penotylvanln nad it U freely predicted that before roll wlntr there will IM a famine Mrs Aylewe Iteltey Cox sitar at Senator Bailey ot Total flied ult last Thursday for dlvarae from her husband alleging first he has law unfaithful and cruel and bits been iUl dieted to the UN ot harmful drugs Hie telegraphers ttrtk draggc on with almost no cluing and HtU hope of pMco Thoro WM some ore den o that the telegrapher might weaken but most of them seam to In trnd to utRttfl firm Walter WeKuian arrived itt Tromso Norway and Announced that ho baa abandonod for this year kJ attemp to reath tho North Polo Mrs Louisa M fACt motor ot tho Secretary of War waa olgbty year old lost Thursday and for lire firs time since aho beoaino ill on July 91 oho sat up snd recoivod oallera nt illewra far tho Americas cup- In nit rOTiontas Lipton in Lbo name ot th fial Irish Yacht club has been mallffd to tho New York Ya bt Club from Dublin Tho differences between the street car company and tho mon In Louis vlllo wore nettled a utrlko being avoid elL Notice to Advertisers Thrj groat incrcaso in the clrcula tlon ot The CHiron title summer whlol makes tho paper cost us more and nl tho same time gives advertisers in our columns much greater advantages hoi made It necessary for us to increase tho prlco of nil kinds ot advertising The now rates will go into effect 01 Oct 1 Advertisers now having con tracts with Tho Citizen will not be at fcctcd during the lIfo of tho contract but all new contracts signed or singh insertion advertisements taken after that date will bo at tbo higher price The Increase however will tIt bo EC largo but that The Citizen will still remain the best advertising medium at the rates charged in Eastern Ken I11 t j ENTS OFFICEV- iHEA KY X i THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests ofthe Mountain IVol copyBEREA KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER I HEWS OFA WEEKlIN OUR OWN STATE acaldent- RepresentzJJvesof representative oompauYstfund WOrcOltewr tuckyI People I Flro is CourierJournal Office Bal- loonlstI In Danger Jackson Light- Ing Plant Repaired Fire a socontlttmo within two we s- I almost destroyed tho offices of the Louisville CourierJournal tho 10mllnc Democratic paper of tho state Tbe editors with great bravery and skill i managed to get tmiUha paper as usual however There is a strong ausplclon that tho fire was sot by some one The CourierJournal deserves groat credit for the wgyin which It has met the emergency Col Jack Chlnn who was slnndlng nearest to Goeba when ho was ahot Las mortgaged his property for 50 ADO to pay his debts Charges wore mado in Loulsvi Uiat Dr Samuel A Bradley tho city live stock Inspector had been selling condemned meat and he was arrelted and arraigned In court I tat E flush who wont up in a bal noon at tho colored lair at Lexington nearly lost his life The balloon got away from his control and almost bumped Into several church sleoploll and othor things which would prob ablyihavo resulted In Iho death ot tho balloonist The thine finally dumped him in a pile of coal dust near tho depot Second and third alum postma ot ho state had a dinner In LoulBvt Wednesday night which was attended by Mr Hlteheook first tsfltotaat Poi master General Tin i repairs on tho Jackson Breat Ut County oloetrlo light plant were rompbited and tho plant la oxpeeUHl to be ana thg again soon making tho lireeta llfllit at night Ilea Judith A Morton odawpter of Judge J1t Morton of Lexlngto sad one utUui bolloa of that dty 111 killed by Mic throws from A rufl sway ItontA early last week 111 uneml was one of the most hlPree- Blve the ally Juw seen la yean With tho alJet of purchasing aRd tnMrvlBR OB o national park tllo ilrthpUeo of Jetlertwu Davie In Fulr hlld Todd Coantr Kentucky Dove neat teas Mt cn Coot at UM annul eualon iot tho vQrj han Brigade hllld at Qkuisjow last rzhur William Bass A convict in th Jfrankfort ponlUiytlary serving oJ witonce ot twenty 781r8 on wnvlctl It houBobcaaklng sand grand lareen trade hla lUG11O froai the prison lut Ihursday br ollmbhyr ever tbc wall to loft a dummy tteuro in Us coli and had a start ot ueveral hours bore ho was lcd The trial of henry iCrtoch at Me tea Jackson Jaunty an a chaws 9t tteaptlng to kit James Danaway lallt une resulted la a tvroytsars nor once to tho jianltentiarv Crete a stranger went to J W CreccV s very stable at East Bcrnutndt 8m hired n rig to take him to McKo runaway being tho driver 0unawn enld that just befotv reaching McKc nnd while patting through tire wood tho stronger riding V y his side with oul provoantlon or warning Urn drew a large knife attempted to cut his Lkroot making n slight wound and ran off into tho wools Croth nld ho wanted to pay Duoaway band lot him turn back and that on disagree Ing about the price Dunatvny attempt od to stab hUn and that ho actid In- soU defense TUDENTS POURIN6 IN pllcge Much Larger Than Ever Before at This Time Prompt Regis tratlon Means Good Work Students old and now havo contln ued to pour into Doroa during the pas week and the school Js over a hundred largor than It has ever boon bcfor at this time ot tho year Ot course many of tho finest of Borcas young thenountnstho money to tako them to college irlng the rest ot tho year so that thoro aro never so many in tho fall ternl as In tho winter but tho at ndanco title fall is tho largest and bcst on record Tho members of the faculty nro par cularly pleased at tho promptness wit which students aro registering Often many ot the young people do not secn- to see that they loso a great deal In- tho amount they learn by not getting n start with tho rest of tho school and- o teachers have taken great pains to impress this ou the scholars hero This seems to bo having a good effect nnd the proportion of students that registered on tho tint day this year was larger than over before This moans the best kind of a years work- tor hundreds ot young folks f REPUBLICANS FOR CLEAN ELECTIONS The United States is the greatest nation on earth because in it more than in any other nation the people control the government When the people cease to control the United States will fall back to the levelof other countries So every attempt to take the control of the government away from people is an attempt to injury every A mans right to a part in government is a partof his property This right is represented by voteeveryman has a moral and legal right to vote and to have his vote counted fairly and any attempt to prevent this is theft from him So any interference with voting is a crime against the people whose will should be the government and the voter who is prevented from the share in the government that belongs to him The purity of elections is one of the things that should determine the votes to be cast on Nov S On this subject the Republican platform says IV ilrninnil that sill rlrrtlnni ulintl he lionrnllj runduclnl and tIrttUiPrnu f of gHHI goternutenlnnd the future lini hie Mini wr Ifj re t f the people or Is tturpnrnhlr bund up In the ulIont nil nliunrnnnil rrlniri agnlnstnn hnnnt ballot unfortunately 1Inu our ulnlx under Democratic rule depriving the peopleofthelrrlRhlfulhert Inge repreentntlregurernwrn- tThis charge the Democratic party has never answered It has been proved against that party in many uses It is in other words a charge that the Demo cratic ring has stolen votes preventing the voters from having their rights and making the whole country weaker for they have ruled it according to their own wishes and not according to the wishes of the people It is a charge that the leading Democrats are thieves and traitors If anyone does not know what a traitor is Jet him ask an old soldier on either side what was done to a man who harmed his own people during the war The pledge of the Republicans means that if theywin an the election every voter will have his just share in the government that it will be equal to every other mans share and that whole nation will be strengthened by hav ing as officials the men wanted by the people It moans honesty efficiency decency and good gov ernment If every honest Kentuckian remembers this when he votes this fall this one plank of honest elections will be the means of defeating the men who have made elec tions dishonest so that they might keep their dishonest power and profits and of proving to the world that Ken tuckys reputation for honesty is deserved eke Waltons Prayed j By JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY CMrrtlt IMI IIM ky Jinn WNtw RN ill RAVE dear Lord Ns fiQfNor jewel fine Mor ands nor IQnv lNor trcMore heaps of Myth nj Let buf a little hut be mine at the heirOiiloiM I roaj heal I The cricket iml r1ltThere hale the shine gird womans eye to fTt2 I p v my poor cake j rOursimple Jiomr a pKee dirinet j tp the critkcti chirr je Loin andtthi smiling face1 htr r o i 11G + rrkhsra r For sail gtate andeaat1e baJh ta Mat die fart footfallt 11thOf UMren eI An oerr floor beepreadii And piffow for the W ri headttAnd pray Thou my I Mlle door stand opmo U d the day Send eyes fn N rotte brene Wrrb franance frorti tlc locust frcAnd drowsy moss or doves an tI Iff robin chirps sad draw of bees With Met JtvtKet of the stir jDJ JfitcrmSnglin wands and Ilea tTto goodwife and the smile of her jTilHfljJlJio silences afiatn The eriekePaiAnd the jree bljrLord of sly en ma ao ld riY e I My power of p u And lordly sway I only pray for simple raee To look my neighbor In the face Full honestly from dty to day Yield me his horny palm to hold prayIThe tanned face garlanded with mirth It hath the linglieM smile on earth The swart brow diamonded with sweat Hath never need of coronet And so I reach Dear Lord to The And do beseech Thou taut me The wee nth and the crick ditty Lore end the slid swe 4 ref1Ii NITHTHECANDIDATEMr TourDemocrats Call on McCrea and Others That Bond Payment The Hon A E Wlllson the great Republican candldato for Governs continued his votemaking tour and his exposition of the true condition of the State government was everywhe followed by losses to tho Democrat and gain to the Republicans Altor his address in Mt Sterling many old time Democrats declared that they would voto for him and politician in Montgomery county now expect a strong Republican majority lrWlllsons clear and explicit declaration of his stand on temperance Issues his unquestionable sincerity in tho matter of making certain badly needed reformf at Frankfort and his manly championship of the peoples rights has won the hearts of citizens His tour this week will be largely in the Dluo GrassThe Democratic leaders are stln placing somo hope in W J Bryai and have made arrangements to mnke his tour as helpful to them as possible Judgo Hager in his campaign seems to havo nothing to say but to repeat his already answered charge that Mr Wlllson would pardon Caleb Powers without a trial and that he dared not state his position on tho temperance question Naturally tbese speeches are having little effect anll many other Democratic speakers havo been called on to prop up the fallln houseGov Beckham Ruby Laffoon nnd John B Chenault reached Somors Saturday after a drive of 148 mlle over six mountain counties At tho Wayno county fair at Monticello tt o Governor and Mr Laffoon spoke to n small audience Tho last of Kentuckys bonded Ih debtedness was wiped out last wool and tho this happy result is duo prim arlly to the wise policy started under Gov Bradley the Democratic admin- Istration is trying to take the credit for it When Mr Bradley was goi crnor there was outstanding a consli enable amount ot state debt from tho previous administrations This was Js sued in a bettor form and it is thts debt which has now been paid Had it not been that the National Govern mont paid tho state the Civil War claim it Is not likely that the bonds would havo been paid now in spite of tho careful Republican policy Senator James B McCreary 1118 returned from Washington where ho went on business to his homo In Richmond Ho found a letter await- Ing him from Judge Henry B HIne Chairman of the Democratic Campaign Committee urging him to take tho Stump to help save the ticket 110 I Mid that llO would begin maker speeches as coop Ifs no could wnlc would bo early In October nl Democratic Senators In Washlngtc seem to have agreed that Senator Cu I berson of Texas will succeed Senate Blackburn as Democratic leader tho upper branch of Congress- A movement In Louisville to bring tho Democratic National Conventlo there next summer has develope much strength and there seems lIttlo doubt that It can be done it the mon cy necessary can bo raised According to tho Chicago Tribunes poll of New England 86 per cent ot tho Republicans favor Roosevelt policies Taft is flint choice for Pres- Ident Hughes is second Representative W A Thomas o r Ohio said in an intervlev Monday that last would undoubtedly get Ohioi I Delegation to the National Republican invention Ho added that it Forakeri I successor in tho Senate wean to bo boson immediately it was doubtful If the Seuator could bo reelected Bryans speeches indicate that he onslders it necessary to get Taft out of tho way before he can see his ray clear to the Presidency Louis vlle Herald REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Tho Republican Convention ot De rea was called to order in the district school houso Tuesday night with W J Tatum in tho chair On motloniof G D Holllday ho was elected pore mnent chairman E F Coylo was lected secretary and a committee on solutions was named and instructed Lo report orally- Resolutions prepared by Mr Holllday endorsing the administration of Pres- Ident Roosevelt and tho present town board and condemning the state administration wore enthusiastically lopted Tho following men were nominated for trustees and are the regular Republican nominees J W ephens D H Gabbard R H Chrls anf Charles BurdoUe and Dr S R Bakel iIi tJ 1 ltfit 1 ioeooeoeao ooooeoe o Growing Rap x- g Idly Let Yeur Business g Keep Pace With it By Adver 5- tlsingo o Iosososohltoteo oSo osodopew THINGS TO THINK OE- 111ttideaIh 11i IIittII I I I REPUBLICAN TICKET For Govern- orS S AUGUSTUS Eo WD LSON ot Jefferson County For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES DREATHITT of Christian County For AuditorFRANK P JAMES of Mercer For Treasurer EDWARD countY1of McCracken For Secretary of State BEN L BRUNER of Brecklnrldge County For Supt of Public Instruction J S CRABE of Boyd County For Comr of Agriculture N C RANKIN ot Henry County For Clerk Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Pulaski County i For Railroad Comr 3rd district A T SILER I of Whitley County I111 I I oI II I 11111111111 Hr This dear state around her borders the rivers twirl So largely noted for fine horses cattle and pretty girls Her oratory Is powerful and her man hood brave Wo seek to make her bettor and that without delay OhI Kentucky how long will you re main In the hands of men who know no shame Sweet Goddess of Liberty wo ask ot thee Alight on Caleb Powers and sot him free From Thousandstloks HOW LOCAL OPTION PAYS Accurate figures from tho records of the Police Department of Richmond Ky aro given below and they speak for themselves Local option began July 1907 Previous to that time Rich mond had 12 saloons Hero are facts ARRESTS FOR DRUNKENNESS High license July 190C 68 Aug 190G 42 total 2 mos 110 Local option July 1907 S Aug 1907 8 total 2 mos 1C ARRESTS FOR ALL CAUSES 1IIIgh license July 1006 90 Aug 1906 69 i total 2 mos 149 107 20 Aug LQealepUPR July 1907 21 total 2 mos 1 COURT DAY DRUNKS ARRESTS ItUlgh license April 1907 22 May June 107 9 total 3 mos 43 Local option July 1907 1 Aug 1907 0 Sept 1907 0 total 3 mos 1- MR STOUT TO LEAVE DEREA The many friends that tho Rev Mr Stout pastor of tho Baptist Church has made in Berea are greatly grieved at learning that he is nearing the end ot tho fine work he has been doing hero It Is likely that ho will leave terea in two or three months His astorate of tho Baptist Church has been ono of tho most successful in its Istory and ho has made hosts of friends outside his own congregation by his faithful work and simple true hrlstlanlty NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES 1 AIK TWO SerlotThe house of n Tlioumiiid Cnndlea The Sunday School Lesson inn helps nut SuggetJn- IAUE l f TllllKK NewA of Keren ColIeltThe IlntforiuI- MOK FOUIl tnmit 4 Slicing fur Women Inrnlloiiof Hoy Ire MUilon of tho 1lny lInllT Killed In Colllnlon The Youths Department TAGE FIVE tMiming Stnnip A Story impernnre Yates PAGE SIX- Tho Home Illntflon denning The School School by Prof DlnnuoreaTho Farm More Blent Needed j 1Onmalt EIGHT EAtrm Kentucky Correipondence iH tft0 e J- Tr NEWSPAPren LAWS- rneabJII tobo the jIar reetlrir Ram Ih attdirecltd to tti ems or whtlbi YI abertbt or not tr rMpgitibl for booy 10 M rU bIn doOidod Ihti r fiiln u hh ew Mrtrt oed ri dlft1i Rem lh potme orrmrtn- rie4Iaaa ihtmtiMtlltd tot U rnm r ci tTlduc w IararrtOZLD meta l THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anther of TOE HAIN CBANCt ZELDA DAMEION Etc CcpjrlBM mtaS bi PobbtMtrrtll Co CHAPTER XXVcontlnued Ah to be sure You were away Christmas eve when thoao vandals broke In Bates merely mentioned It In tho last report I got from him In New York That was all right I as sawed of course that you had gone oft somewhere to got a little Christ mas cheer I dont care anything about It- Dut I had followed hell wont to Cincinnati to see hordont you un derstand She dared me to comoIt was a trick a part of tho conspiracy to steal your property The old gentleman smiled It was an old trick of his to grow calm as other people waxed angry She dared you to come did she That Is Quito like Marian but you didnt have to go did you Jack Of course not of course I dldn have to go but I stammered faltered and ceased Memory threw open her portals with a challenge I saw Marian on the stairway at the Armstrongs I heard her low soft laughter I felt the mock ery of her voice and oyes I knew again tho exquisite delight of being near her My heart told me well enough why I had followed her Jack Im glad Im not burled up there in that Vermont graveyard with nobody to exercise the right of guar dianship over you Ive had my mis givings about you I used to think you were a born tramp and you dlsap pointed me In turning your back 01 archltecturethe noblest of all professions but this performance of yours really beats them all Dont you know that a girl like Marian DC veroux Isnt likely to become the agent of any rascal Do you really believe for a minute that she tempted you to follow her so you might forfeit your rights to my property But why was she trying to find those notes of his Why did she come back from Cincinnati with his party If you could answer me those things maybe Id admit that Im a tool Pickering I imagine Is a pretty plausible follow where women are con cerned For Gods sake Jack dont speak of that girl as women I put her in that will of mine just to pique your curiosity knowing that If there was a penalty on your marrying her yop would be wholly likely to do Itfor thats the way human beings are made But youve mixed it all up now and Insulted her In the grossest way possible for a fellow who Is really a gentleman And I dont want to lose your I want you hero with me These rich Americans who go to England to live dont apprwlato the beauty of their own country This landscape Is worthy of tho best that man can do And 1 didnt undertake to build a crazy house out hero but one that should have some dignity and character That passage around tho chim ney Is an Indulgence JackIII admit Its a little bizarre you see that chimney lent so big outside as it I- sInaDd he laughed and rubbed his kneesand my bringing foreign laborers here was roally to make It easier to get things donor my way Walt till you have seen the Mayapplos blossom and heard the robin sing in the summer twilight help me to houseithen If you want toThavo Ill bid you Godspeed The feeling In his tone tho display at sentiment so at variance with my old notion of him touched me In spite of myself There was a characteristic nobility and dignity in his plan it was worthy of him And I had never loved him as now when he finished this appeal and turned away to the window gazing out upon tho somber woodlandMr is ready to go sir announced Bates at the door and we went into the library where Larry and Stoddard were waiting CHAPTER XXVI Shorter Vistas Larry had assembled his effects In the library and to my surprise Stod sari appeared with his own handbag Im going to see Donovan well on sis way said the clergyman Its a pity our party must break jp exclaimed my grandfather My sbllgntlons to Mr Donovan arc very ereat and to you too Stoddard lacks friends arc mine hereafter and when wo get new doors for Glcnarm louse you shall honor mo by accept ing duplicate keys Wheres Bates asked Larry and lio man came In respectfully itnper urbably as always and began gather lig up the bags Stopone moment Mr Glenarm laid Larry Before I go I want to songratulate you on the splendid jourage of this man who has served lou and your house with BO much faithfulness and tact And I want to ell you something else that you prob thly would never learn from him Donovan There was a sharp cry Ji Bates voice and he sprang forward 4lth his hands outstretched entreat zigly But Larry did not heed him Tho moment I set eyes on this man I recognized him Its not fair to you or to him that you should not know him for what he Is Let mo Introduce an old friend Walter Crolghton ho was a student at Dublin when I was there a poor boy with nobody to help him but I remember him as ono of the best follows In tho world For Gods sakeno pleaded Bates Ho was deeply moved and turned his face away from us But like me Larry went on ho mixed In politics One night In a riot at Dublin a constable was killed No ono knew who was guilty but a youngster was suspected the son of ono of tho richest and bestknown men In Ireland who happened to got mixed in the row To draw attention from tho boy Creighton let suspicion attach to his own name and to help tho boys case further ran away I had not heard from or ot him until tho night I came hero and found him the defender of this house By God that was no servants trlckIt was the act of a royal gentleman They clasped hands and with a new light In his face with a new man nor as though ho resumed as a famil far garment an old disused person ality Bates stood transfigured in tho twilight a man and a gentleman I think wo woro all drawn to him I know that a sob clutched my throat and tears tilled my eyes as I grasped his hand lint what In the doll did you do It for blurted my grandfather excitedly twirling his glasses Bates I still call him Bateeho in sists on it laughed For the first time ho thrust his hands into his pockets and stood at his ease one of us Larry you may remember that I showed a fondness for tho stage in our university days When I got to Amor lea I had little money and found It necessary to find employment without delay I saw Mr Glenanna advertise They Clasped meat for a valet Just as a lark I answered It to soo what an American gontlemansceklng a valet looked like fell in lovo with Mr Glonarm at sight And I with you declared my grandfather Imror believed your story at allyou wore too perfect In the part Well I didnt greatly mind the valet business It helped to hide my Identity and I did like tho humor and whims of Mr Glenarm Tho housekeeping after Wit came out here wasnt so pleasant he looked at his hands ruefullybut this Joke of Mr Glenarmfl making a will and then go Ing to Egypt to see what would hap penthat was too good to miss And when the heir arrived I found new op portunities of practising amateur theatricals and Pickerings to en list mo In his scheme for finding the money and making mo rich gave me still greater opportunities There were times when I was strongly tempt ed to blurt the whole thing I got tired ot being suspected and of playing ghost In the wall and If Mr Glen arm hadnt got here just as bo did I should have stopped the fight and proclaimed tho truth I hopsho said turning to meyou have no hard feelings sir And he into tho i sir just touch of Irony that made us all roar Im certainly glad Im not dead declared my grandfather staring at Bates Life Js more fun than I ever thought possible Bless my soul ho said if it Isnt a shame that hates can never cook another omelette for moWe sent Bates back with my grand father from the boathouse and Stod dard Larry and I started across tho Ice the light coating of snow made walking comparatively easy We strode on silently Stoddard leading Their plan was to take an accommoda tion train at tho first station beyond Annandale leave It at a town 40 miles away and then hurry cast to an ob scuro In the mountains of Mary mainItalDed Ised Lany asylum and no questions askedAs my two friends waved farewell to me from tho roar platform of their train a mood of depression seized mo I had lost much that day and what I had gained my restoration to the regard of tho kind old man of my own blood who had appealed for my com panionship in terms hard to deny seemed trifling as I tramped back over the Ice Perhaps Pickering after nil MM the real gainer by the days events I tramped on hack toward the Glen arm shore and leaving the lake halt unconsciously struck Into the wood beyond tho dividing wall Tho wolfed snow of midday was now crisp ice that rattled and broke under my trVad I came out Into an open space beyond St Agatha found tho walk and turned toward homo In tho gathering night As I neared tho main entrance to the school tho door opened and worn an came out under the overhanging lamp She carried a lantern and turned with a hand outstretched to somo ono who followed her with careful stopsAh cried my grandfather Its over tho task of youth to light the way for ago CHAPTER XXVII And So the Light Led Me He had been to see Sister Theresa and Marian was walking with him to tho gate I saw hor qulto plainly In the light that fell from the lamp over head A long cloak covered her and a fur toque capped her graceful head My grandfather and Ills guide were apparently In high spirits and their laughter smote harshly upon me It seemed to shut mo outto lift a bar riot against me The world lay there within tho radius of that swaying light and I hung aloof hearing her I Hands I efforts threw a place a voice and jealous of the very oom panlonsblp and sympathy between themBut the light led me I remembered with blttornow that I had always fol lowed her whether ag Olivia trail ing In her girlish grace across the snow or as the girl In gray whom I had followed on that night journey at Christmas evo and I followed now Tho distrust my shattered faith my utter loneliness could npt weigh against the joy of hearing that laugh of hors breaking mellowly on the nightI to allow tho two figures to widen tho distance between us as they traversed the path that curved away toward the chapel I could still bear their voices and see tho lantern flash and disappear I felt an Impulse to turn back or plunge Into the wood land but I was carried on uncontrollably The light glimmered and her volco still floated back to me It through tho keen winter dark stoleI memory of spring and so her and tho light led me Then I hoard an exclamation of dis may followed by laughter in which my grandfather joined merrily Oh never mind woro not afraid I she exclaimed- I had rounded tho curve In tho path whore I should have seen tho light but the darkness was unbroken There was silence for a moment in which I drew quito near to them Then my grandfathers voice broke outcheerilyNow go back with you A fine person you are to guldo an old man A foolish virgin Indeed with no oil in her lamp Pleaso do not Of course Im going to seo you quite to your own door I dont Intend to put my hand to the lantern and then turn back This walk Isnt what It should be said my grandfather well have to make a better one In the spring TO DE CONTINUED Most men of prominence are highly esteemed by those who dont know them QUARTERLYREVIEW Sunday School LeMontorSrpt291907 Spcldlr Prepared for This Paper BCIlIPTtTUK nEADINOr 1m 100 OOLDBN T XTThe Lord Is mrrrl ful and gracious slow to anger and plenteous In mercy rialm 108 8 Comment and Suggestive Thought Tho Extent of tho History Foui books of the Bible The portions of tho land whore these four narratives are located can be seen by tho accom panylng outline map Extent of Time Nearly 40 years from tho spring of 1491 to tho sprint of 1451 according to the common chronology In our Uilbo margins Many scholars think that tho dato Is two or more centuries later Extont of Territory Tho Rlnaltjc peninsula between tho two arms of tho iced Sea from Egypt on the west to tho Monbtte mountains east of the Doad Son from the point of tho pen Insula on tho south to the southern boundaries of Palestine on tho north together with tho Gllood country ontl of the Jordan Tho Travel Club should trace on UK map tho movements of the lsraeltes from Hgypt to the encampment bj the Jordan opposite noting tho names of the places and tho events which took place In them Perhaps In no way says Polouboti Notes can this review be made more interesting and more effectlvo than by treating tho period as an ancient pilgrims progress and placing the events we have studied beside the famous allegory of Uunyan Egypt be Ing the City of Destruction and the encampment In Boulah Land on the borders of tho river beyond which was tho Celestial City tho Land of Prom iso Cause your scholars to remember over that the Celestial City does not mean merely a place at the end of life but tho heavenly character heavenly life and heavenly blessedness here and everywhere 1 Escaping from Egypt with too llglous rites at tho call of Moses In view of tho judgments of God and feeling bitterly the degradation oi slavery Is hasting from Destruction the City of with his flag era In his ears crying Life life eter nil life 2 Crossing the Red Sea against opposition finding tho way with dim cults hit helped by Gods almighty power is like beginning the Cfartollai fifeS The hitter Waters of Mareh the trials of the desert early la their march to the tend of promise remind im of the SIOHRh of Despond In which Pliable exclaimed Is this the happl nose ye have told me all this white of r 4 The wells and palm trees of Kllm show us tho spring at the beN of the 11111 Dimoully and the pleasea arbor about midway to the top of the hill made by the Lord of the hill for the refreshing of weary traveler L The Pillar of Cloud and of Fire Is represented by KvangeHat and tile Roll and the Shining Ones G Tho Enemies as Anwlek and tho Canaanltea and UM sons of Anak are pictured by Apollyon with his fiery darts In the Valley of Humiliation 7 The Manna hM 1U oownterpar in the Interpreter and the Roil the teachings of Evangelist and DM sapper In the Palace Beautiful with its feast of reason and flow ot soil 8 The Golden Calf and Its worship Is partly paralleled by Worldly WlH man and others who sought to turn the pilgrims to other sources of rte Hot than the Cross of Christ and the Wicket Gate 9 The frequent murmurings and complaint tho bitter doubts whether thoy would over reach the land flowing with milk and honey remind us of Christian and Hopeful In tho Castle of Giant Despair Dut as they found the Key of Promise and of hope so all the things that tried tho Israelites wore a part of their necessary discipline They should have mado a heavenly ladder of their trials Jacob wrestling all night with the strango power that maims him clings nod wrestles on nod will not let go wrestling until ho has extorted a blessing from his hurt er The hard lot called poverty Ig noranco narrow conditions accidents Is waiting to give us after tho struggle temperance diligence fortitude concentration 10 The Tabernacle with all Its appointments Is symbolized by tho Palace Beautiful with Us armor and sup per and chamber of peace 11 Tho truths taught by the Day of Atonement and the Brazen Serpent are well expressed by the burden on Christians back falling oft In tho pros once of the Cross so he gavo three leaps of Joy and went on singing 12 Tho report of the spies reminds us of tho Delectable Mountains whence tho pilgrims caught glimpses of the Celestial City 13 Tho Israelites ranger at Caleb and Joshua makes us think of tho trial of Faithful In Vanity Fair Agglootch an Eskimo converted to Christianity went all the way from tho Aleutian Islands to attend tho national Christian Endeavor conven tlon lately held In Seattle lie was full of zeal for his now faith he calmly endured the hardships of travel and did not flinch before the unwonted heat of tho southern sum mer But says Youths Companion when ho found that ho must put on a frock coat and a silk hat for the reception of a distinguished visitor ho lost his nerve and started for the land of the Igloo and tho unboiled rfhlrt T V BITTING A SUCKINO COW Wire Contrivance and How to Adjust It on Animal Use a wire about the slzo of tele graph wlro pave It long enough to- go through mouth as a bit and to hook Prevents SelfSucking together behind the ears an a head stall The btf will prevent her tongue from getting In suction shape but declares the correspondent of the Val Icy Farmer she con oat and drink as UMMl SALTING DUTTER Even Dlttrubutlon of Moisture Essen tlal to the Process The following thoughts were suggested to the writer by reading a re port from the Iowa station No established rate for Baiting but ter properly can be given The butler maker will have to be governed en tirely by local conditions The amount of salt to be Incorporat ed In the butter depend directly on the amount ot moisture the butter con talus flatter fat Is not a suit dkwolv log substance This eon be done only by the moisture In the batter The fimt thing then to get a uniform amount ot ulaeotred salt In butter U to get a uniform amount of moisture The water should be evenly distrib uted through the tots of batter If It II prevent iff pockets or crtrteec in the butter when the salt to added muck salt will be tout IN the form of brine besides those particle of butter near the pocket will contain more salt than those nether away Ue t results are obtained by allow lag the butter to drain well after week ing and then apply the salt In no en e should salt be added UII the butt hM aeeumoi a gathered condition When the butter Is medium soft after being worked It lies been found that from throefourths to an ounce of wit for each pound of butter Is oat far from the correct amount DAIRY DOINGS A separator In eerily washed after tho owner learns how to do IL Denmark has about 1300 creameries and they make annually about 106600 toes of butter livery Intelligent man can make dairying pay beontfe Intelligent meth ale always win The man that owns a separator can often sell sweet sWmmllk to city peo plo at a good price So far as Is poeelhle avoid metals about butter Tim salt will oauso rust and stain the buttor Sunshine Is a groat enemy of bac teria Place tho milking utensils In tbe sun when not In use The feeding of grain or a highly nitrogenous food Is always dangerous when carried to excess Tho green pasture Is a healthy place tar tho cows If no diseased animal Bro permitted to graze on IL One extra good cow will produce butter results at the end of the year tban three or four poor ones Every tlmo a dairy cow Is abused or frightened her milk and butter ma chinery U thrown out of gear Fattening old cows for beef IH not generally a very profitable operation and It becomes less so ai corn goes higher In price The Mean Dog When tho cows como down to tho stables with their heels all slit up their tails swinging wildly in tho air and a dog tight to their starboard quarters dont bo surprised it you get scanty milk of a decidedly poor qual ity The price Is just what you ought to pay for allowing a mean dog In your yard says Farm Journal Good Intel ligent dogs or none should bo tho motto Breaking the Calf to Drink It requires a sweet disposition as welt as sweet milk to break the calf to tat from tho bucket One can make about as much success with tho hand foil cult on sour milk as on a sour dis position Cows Milk Cows milk will be consumed by nearly every living creature However It rarely can bo mado to take tho place of water Every form of life living upon It from the Infant to tho calf pig or colt requires water 1m addition to milk I MEANS SUCCESS OR FAILU E Knowledge In Dairying la of the Most Vital Importance I Knowledge Is valuuable In dairying to a very great extent more so than In aorno other occupations of an agri cultural nature Tho effect of a single piece of Information may make all tho difference there is between success nnd failure In dairy operations This Is true In the matter of feeds espe chilly for It I5 very easy for a man to go on feeding his cows a food that costs a great deal and yet that will produce low result than a food that costs less Wo had an Illustration of this during the long years when farmers raised and foil to their cows timothy hay rather than clover hay Some oven went Into the market anti purchased timothy bay itt a higher price by 10 per cent than they would have hall to pay for sweet bright clover hay Tins was doe to Ignor ance of the reading value of the two kinds of hey the clover being worth more ton for ton than the timothy Think of the vast sum of mosey that have been paid out alone on account of this one Item What Is true of tho two kinds of hay IB nleo true of the concentrated feeds There Is a certain prejudice In favor of n certain concentrated feed In each neighborhood and this is allowed to dlotate the course to be followed rather then the clinics of feels after thorough Investigation Many of tho milk are now turning out brnn that aro of little value for feeding purposes This U true too of the kind of feed known all shorts wfaleh In some cave consist of bran ground over and over till they are fine The roan that will inform himself abc it the varlow kinds of concentrated fonds v tiithatThu value of knowledge as to the capacity of cows Is very groat The man that begins the study of till cows as to their capacities and the results they are giving will bo able to turn oft hit poorest cows and get belter ens In their ptaee Some of our dairymen and farmers week be able to wake geed pronto out of their horde of oow If Ut would do title while at the prevent time they arc tabout mat lag expenses AGE TO BREED HEIFERS Time Varies with the Animal and the Purpose She Is to Serve Farmer differ ae to the best time to treed heifers It te probably true as a whole that most of our better are bred too young whisk undoubtedly decrees their else sad aOlcleeny It we want all the aise possible heifer should not be bred before they aro II or M mouth old If they 1Ir0rbred younger than ibis they will undoubtedly be somewhat Minted earl will nerer attain the else they would 0 hare had If the geatatlo ported had been delayed until later In life Dairy heifer that are milked by hand can V be bred earlier than the beet hitters J for the reaectf that wining by hand is not no great a tax on the ylon as II is the seeking ot a vlgoroue calf Than too dairy capacity itwuM be developed as early III poenlbla To make the beet kind of a beef cow a heifer ahouM not be bred until licit IB 18 to n months old Of course oonaiderable depends upon the size of the heifer when bred which In turn depends on the way she has been relied Some hoUrs are too saw to brew until they are two years old because they have not been properly raised Then again says The Farm er other heifer which have mad the pealet possible gala In early life are suitable to breed before tho aver age age Breeding at an oarly ago will of course tend to promote profl olenoy and it will also sometimes tend on the other hand to weaken tho sys tom BO that disease Is likely Many oases of habitual abortion aro duo to tho fact that the heifer was bred be fore hor system wee strong enough to sustain tho strain of pregnancy It can generally bo taken as a safe rulo that wo should not breed heifer until thoy have the size of a normal 18 monthsold heifer or until thoy by their vigor and health that thoy AroIlit for tho dutlcy of maternity A COMFORTABLE MILK STOOL aISeat II Cushioned to Make Long Task Easier Mako a box of Inch boards 12xlC Inchon and 4 Inches deep Mako logs three inches wide nine Inches long The Milking Stool Then take a piece of grain sacking 1 nail to threo sides of stool and stuff with excelsior or something similar In Wisconsin where wo milk threoIhours a day writes tho corre of tho Missouri Valley Farmer woifind tho need of cushions Winter Killing of Crops I Crops rarely winter kill on soilsrwhich Arc well drained It Is the proa once of a great deal of water that can not drain away that causes tho crops to winter kill Under drainage by means of tile Is the only remedy L rJ It Makes You Warm To go into a drug store and have the clerk insist on your taking something JUST AS GOOD os what you I einskod for dont blame you Thats t + why we carry such a tremendous 4stook just to have what you wanttwe do not have wlat you t we nro always glad f to get it for you t The one thing that we do not have is the tiling JUST AS GOODt Dont Believe in Itl i The Porter t1NooaronLTxnl Drug Co + 4 + ++ t + t 000000000000000000000000000 0 Vicinityo i 00tlr o goo oooooooooooooThe Beroa next Tuesday for a abort trip He will vtalt the BeJaUlaNortiH Colored ssbool at Kane Spring Ky awl bore he returns will atlned UH Mate Coiferete of the Methodlt Ckwck wWeh neoU at LoutavllU fIDIII WedneaJar to fumlay of next week The State Congregational Aseoda tJoti of Kentucky nt at Conway Tuesday and Wednesday of tbte week The Rev Dr Thomson of Berea spoke on the Bible lost night and Mm ThoiMon led a devotional servile OR TwMdfty evening George a Dlek who S prertdent of Ute TrWitato U km of Christian Eodeavorera of Kentucky Virginia J aDd Tenneeeee Ita preparing UM pro gntra fur lift 11th annual oonvwiUcH which will be held at Harrowgat Teen Mr Dick will attend and pre aide at tho convention Oct 4 1 and C sad it ta hoped that there will be other delegates from here Prof William Arthur Cook preached at the Baptist Church Sunday morn- ingI the ROY Mr Stout having been kept from apeaklng by a slight acci dent James Burgee the college superin tendent of eonlruotloD has been slightly 111 from pleurtay but bas completely recovered S McGuire will proaeh at the Glade Church Sunday and Sunday night a D Holliday has sold three Iota on Depot treat to a Mr Wlleon of Owsloy county and Is to tyilld a house on ono of thorn Ono lot to al roady built on Mr Wilson is buying tho property as an Invostment and will not llvo hero Tho Rev Mr Hudson preached at Narrow Gap Sunday morning 1 IThe Union Church Sunday schools i Lick Silver Crook and Hick ory Plains hold a jont picnic at the Ii Blue Lick Church houso on Saturday It was greatly enjoyed by tho largo crowd that attended which included a largo number from Boron The din nor furnished by tho mothers of tho Sunday School children was bounti ful and excellent and made tho par takers wish that such times camo often cr After the dinner a fine program was given by the children under tho t direction of Mrs Flanory and short speeches were made by several of tho older visitors Tho last speech was I My Hair Ran Away Dont have I falling out with your hair It might leave you 1 Then what That would meant thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp 1 You can easily do It with Ayers I Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dress It la a hair medicine a IIsg toaic a hair food bat kind of a testimonialJ I Sold for oyer sixty yoar 0JII 1 lieaa l 4L7Co eaturrLoUJIuaor I tiers SAKSAPAHLU riLLS e 6R8Y PECTORAL w ooeosooeoooci- by Mr Hudson who told ot the need of woatherboardlng and painting tho church houso so eloquently that about oImeet tomorrow evening at Mr McClarone I Tho subject will be Conquering the Decert by Irrigation and Dry Land Agriculture A reception for the Union Church and the members of the congregation wtfl be given at the Parish House tonight at sLxUilrty Students will be t wade particularly welcome Tho WoI mews Christian AMoeUtlou will furl abb light refreshment MlM Kirrlngton of Cleveland Ohio la the gusset of n4ItJ Nora Burdette MlM Led ford of Paint Lick spent a few days last week with the Misses Ipurlock I Mrs Pannlo Common on Center street is having a now addition made to her house theIMr and Mrs Addorson Crawford leave this week for Jacksonville 0 where they Intend to make their homo with their daughter Mrs Harper Mr and Mrs Crawford regret to leave Qerea and wo are sorry to havo thorn go SchoolIlast Saturday Quito a good crowil Attended I The ROY Henry M Pcnnlman Tho Cttlwna repr+ NiititUvt overworktnl in the bad weather at tho Richmond fair and has been In tho hospital for several days He is now recov ering and expects to bo out soon neroitieoiosososor3aceceooo o o I o College Items i 0 0 HERE AND THERE 0 oooooooooooI Council ot Congregational Churches which will meet In Cleveland next monthA Conloy an old Boron student who Is now cashier ot a bank in Ulalno Ky was1n town this weok with his bride Who was a Miss AlphaIgavo a tho couple and all Mr Conleys friend hero joined In welcoming them and in wishing them good luck I President and Mrs Front gavo a reception for now students at their homo Monday night when over fifty wore present though many failed to come Ice cream and cake woro served and a general good time was indulged in A reception for older students was also given by Mr and Mrs Frost on Saturday night Charles A King formerly superin tendent ot woodwork and instructor In drawing in Boron College sends greet ing to his many Borca friends from C20 North Sherman st Bay City Mich whore ho Is teaching manual training in tho public schools Miss Orr of Woodstock arrived Sat urday to take A place on the teaching force In the Model schools President Frost gavo tho Monday lecture tho subject being The Aim and Motive of Study Prof Ralno led the Y M C A meeting Sunday night and Miss Chris AI THE REPUDLICAN PLATFORM 1 Wo approve tho policies and commend tho ability Integrity and courage of President Roosevelt and his administration ahd without ox pressing a preference for any candi date favor the selection by the next national convention for president of ono In full accord with these policies and who will energetically carry them out In tho Interests of all tho people 2 We demand that all elections shall bo honestly conducted and de dare thnt tho cause ot good govern ment and tho future happiness and welfare of the people of Kentucky Is Inseparably bound up In tho suppres lion of nil abuses and crimes against an honest hnllot that have so unfort unately disgraced our state under Democratic rule depriving tho people of their rightful heritage represent atlvo government Tho law for registration certificates Imposed on tho state by the Democrat- to party for Immoral political pur poses whereby votes In Kentucky have become negotiable Instruments passing by delivery ought to bo re pealed 3 Tho judiciary of tho state in both tho circuit and appellate courts should be chosen on nonpartisan grounds and tho continuance In ofllqo ot faithful judicial public servants ihould bo determined by no other qual ification than fitness t There should be completo public ity concerning the expenditure of money for political campaigns and n law should bo passed providing for an accounting by candidates and cam plain managers of all sums of money collected for political purposes G Wo demand the redistricting of Kentucky In legislative senatorial tongreeelonal and judicial districts fchlch shall give equal representation and equal voting power to every clt teen of every district In conformity with the plain requirements of the presentto6 There should be prompt and efH cleat enforcement of the criminal laws of every kind and at all times but especially at hie time de we call for the rigid enforcement of the low against those forms of crimes which under tho recent administration of jus Uoo in many ooramualtlcs havo gone practically unpunished KUction LhlcTM gamblers poolroom operators and others who commit crimes In the interest of those controlling the local tdnvtnlatrftUoa ot some of our clUes and OOUUM should bo punished and the juries should be so selected as to prevent the packing of Juries for tho purpose of securing vordlota In accord moo with the wishes of those In whose hands the selection of the juries Is placed or under whose control und direction they are selected 7 Wo demand that tho books vouchers and accounts of all munici polities all public offlcers and public Institutions and of all corporations In I which a city of the state owns tho ma jority interest either directly or through subordinate corporations trus tees or commissioners shall be open to inspection and investigation at all lime by any citizen aid shall be tog ularly audited and the results pub lished by an Independent accountant who be eligible to reexamine boossuch vouchers or accounts twice in succession 8 Wo demand a reform la tho man agement of our publics eleemosynary and penal Institutions to the end that they shall be operated by tilpartisan boards upon proper business princi plea and their inmates treated hu inanely 9 Wo favor tho enactment and enforcement ot a uniform local option law with tho county a tho governing unit 10 We demand that the public schools ot the state shall bo taken and kept entirely out of politics and thnt tho interests and welfare of the children shell have first consideration In all public school matton We call for bettor schools and school houses for longer school terms In the country and better pay for tho teachers and that elections for school trustees be had on different days from other elections 11 We favor amendments to state laws permitting and encouraging joint nomination of the same candidate by tho different parties 12 Wo condemn tho law passed for immoral political purposes crest Leg the racing commission la Kentuc ky and demand Its repeal 18 We condemn tho enactment by the Democratic party of a largo number of obnoxious tax laws and tho cre atlas of useless officers as the reward ot partisan service and wo promise if given power to repeal all such laws and reduce tho taxes to the lowest possible rate consistent with an effi clout administration of tho stato gov orntuttot Conclusion For years past tho legislation en acted by tho Democratic party and dictated by certain of Us loaders has not been for the benefit of tho ciU zen but of the officeholder Tho chief aim ot such legislation has been tho continued holding of office and tho creation of new officers to be Utulod in as rewards for party service Thecltlecn Is at least realizing as never before that the administration of public affairs is a business that comes close home to lam that such business must bo honestly and effici ently conducted and that his ballot should not bo cast as a matter of sent- Iment but for that candidate or that party which shows the highest capac ity for properly conducting tho affairs I ot tho stato on business I We ask the support of prlnclplcsI citizens regardless of party aU11I latlon for the state ticket policiesjthat It will Insure better days for Kentucky STATE FAIR BOOMING The Kentucky State Pair which under the present able management promises to beitho most miocemful over hold opened Monday at Louisville with an Immense attendance It Is estimated that fully thirty thous and pooplo wore on the grounds the first day and this kind of attendance has kept up Louisville has been crowded and hundreds of thousands there and near there seem to have I given up every thing else so that they can have a good time The exhibits of every kind were ox collent and most of thorn wore bettor than ever have been shown before The fine horses mules beef cattle and swine wore shown near the grand stand and made a fine appearance The collie dog show Is the host over hold In Kentucky The fair continues the rest of the wtHk mid the days that have already passed are nmplo proof Unit It will repay Uio time of any ona who ma get away to visit It FAMILYS HEAVY AFFLICTION Henry Ingram ono of the boat known of the Bcroa students was called away from school on Friday by the last of a series of misfortunes which have befallen his family this summer SInco spring two of his sis ters have been burled One was killed by tho fall of a tree another died from typhoid fever A third sUtcr Is now recovering from the fever at her homo at Annvllle A brother IsI very low with the fever at Hamilton 0 and Henry was summoned to bedside by a telegram Thorn Is hisI sympathy for tho family In their fiction Dr Edward Kvarett Halo devotes his editorial page In tho Septembor number of the Womans Home Com panion to tho subject of Letter Writ IngHo calls tho attention of his readers to six simple rules that ovary one will do well to remember L Know what you want to say 2 Say It 3 Use your own language v 4 Short words are better than long ones 6 Tho fewer words the better G Leave out all fine passages As one of tho judges In a recent prize letterwriting contest Dr Halo had an exceptional opportunity of examining letters from over 30000 women Many of those he says ware ruled out at once because the hand writing was not good The groat besetting sin however of letter writers seems to bo that they do not know what they want to say when they begin their letter and floun der about to the disgust of tho reader until they hit upon a subject A few minutes spent In thought upon a letter before you begin to write will enhance Its Interest to the reader many fold The Emllo Smith Opera Company will give a production of tho drama I Parslful In the Opera Houso In Rich mond Wednesday night T ioro wjll bo a chorus of 24 voices i PUBLIC SALE As I havo decided to leave Kirks vllle I will on Saturday Sept 21 1907 sell on the premises to the highest bidder a certain lot of land lying on the east side of Main street Klrks vllle Ky and containing about four acres of rich fertile land It has on It good Improvements consisting of a seven room dwelling with pantry a cellar 22x27 feet good Ico house stables meat house chick en houses and a good two story store house This Is a good location for a doctor to run a drug storo la connec tion with his practice or any ono who wants to run a storo of any kind Klrksvlllo is a beautiful quiet vil lage with a population of ono hundred and fifty It Is a splendid location above any malaria ten miles south of Richmond tho county seat of Madison and four miles from tho L i N n n- It is a local option village and for sobriety and Christianity cannot bo excelled It has ono bank two general merchandise stores two black smith shops two undertakers two doctors and ono harness maker Terms Ono half cash anil ono halt In two equal payments with G percent from day of sale till paid Sale to com inenco at 10 oclock a m- Mrs Dr Judy W P Prowltt Klrksvllle Ky Auc tioneer S R BAKER DENTIST OrriCB Over TrlntloE once BEREA KY I OOtc hour free 8 to 4 CUT Jhn lea Teeth extracted without pain Sooinofomt 01 OE3O1 X00 OHIO O Necessity is the Limother of invention o with their fcet for years 11 nothurt shoe for women confonningoso simple that there is beauty and jj II comfort in every pair Thousands of women have 1 o ruined their feet because their alongIIThats why the Society 0shoe was necessary The necessity for a nice dress shoe that wont t pinch A theIandIIseller at the Uprice we found have o 39O STAR DRAm SHOES ARC DEnEauO 0 1 pM0 n oeocIThe J Safe f Basis ooManystocks cannot sold nil others onl 2heavy Kriflc1IIImlngsln tho savings odepnrtment this strong and conservatively Trust not worried declining values for their accounts have always been worth eor dollar 2QSI iithe best investment for you i BEREA BANK TRUST COI i BEREA KENTUCKY foo MOORE President W PORTER Cashier ItoWILL SELL OUT PROPERTY As I have concluded move from DIg Hill deslnro sell my farm that place also 823k acres lying mile from there the Owsley Fork 114 acres Kingston with good store houso and dwelling and outbuilding also my farming tools house hold furniture kinds Horses good brood mate and colt good mule colt two work mules and various things numerous mention also general line merchandise consisting dry goods shoes hats groceries notions kinds clothing hardware drugs also one good steam mill good run ning order with good saw and grist mill want everybody como and bring someono with them and get some good bargains that expect give closing out my business once POR WOM 1Coo+o a 2 f o be at at a- i oo + of 2 + oo + i It is i 1 9 J J H 5 to I to at one on al so In of all one one other to to a of of of all In I to I to in It o 0 I Is useless to say that I want persons Indebted to me to come and settle I their noted and accounts M D SettleI TO PLEASE WOMEN IMADE of women havo ruined their feet because their shoes were not buildcd on foot conforming lasts That Is why the Society shoo was necessary See them Mrs S R Baker Not the New England Variety 01 theyre real swell pooplo said the Chicago man an old Mayflower family I believe You mean their ancestors came over in tho Mayflower asked tho vie itor from the East h 01 no I mean they mudo their money in Mayflower llama oldest broad o hams In this section I oo +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+00+o+o+o+0o+o+0+0+o+o+o+o If You Are Looking For l- i ii Bargains l+ + You must Not Pass This Store 1 e ao Q 0 A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves g etc at Bargain Prices lJ 9 In Mens Goods We have the best line of Dress add Work 9- 1C o Shirts Overhalls Gloves Suspenders Underwenr1Hnlfhqs6J Hntst rt o Collars Ties etc r t 0 J t Also some Extra values in i I 6 o 1We0 t pay top prices for Produce 2 o Yours for Business i Moves Cash Store I l Berea Ky J 4 0 01 o+0+e+ 1o40 Ie+ +a+e+e+ o+ +o+e+ +k ++O+0+o I The Citizen A family newsptpir for all that Is right true and Intsrcttlnf Published ertrjr Thursday it Sfrci Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO tncorperalid E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates PAYAbLE UI ADVANC jtrnma64 Tbrrc Month 11 MoneyOrderseal stamp- Tbedateafteryournaree ea label show tiyour subscription la paid If It la set reoalU1MhstnQaumpen will be gladly supplied if w Fin ITemlumi Inn for new lubterfptloD- ia1 prompt renewals Rend for Premtuq LIlt Liberal term given to any who obtain new subscription for UI Auy one ItDdln2 us lout TbeCiUzenlralofylsimself Advertlataff rates ea application I MEMBER OF- KENTTOKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Automobile sores throat duo to tho dust kicked up by the machines Is the latest source of complaint against them down cast- or Women need more sloop than men according to scientists Then how are they able to talk all night whoa a fellow wants to go to sleep There are to be four night courts In New York to accommodate people who are too busy or too sleepy to commit their crimes In the daytime In Kansas city a woman has got an injunction forbidding Tier husband ti come home That ought to make him determine to go there if anything will Cheer up The storms of today will be banished by the sun of tomorrow and tho drooping wings of hope will flash In force and beauty In the linger lag light of victory That painting contractor who made 2100 per cent profit on his Job on the Pennsylvania capitol must have been mad because he had to pay out some real money for paint It has been shown that there Is enough coal In the United States to last for 200 years and still there are people who will worry about the fall ure of the coal supply Every few days wo have reports of people dying from eating Ice cream But the summer girl is a brave person and there Is no diminution In the demand for the summer edible After all It does seem strange that Nlkola Tesla should have started out to try to talk with Mars first of aU the heavenly bodies when the man in tho moon Is so much nearer If Adam had saved 450 every day until now be would have a fortune almost as great as John D Rocke tellers hut he didnt and as a can- o sequence the Adamses are mostly poor Scientists declare that people think with fingers and toes and that the lower animals are capable of reason ing It takes a very Inventive mind 1 to keep In the running as a scientist these days The observer who watched 152 wom en alight from street cars and reports that only eight of them got off correctly facing In the direction the cars were going must have a lot of time to spare I If heavy crape adorns the door of your favorite boarding house do not go in and try to console the mistress Leave her alone In her deep sorrow Doubtless she has just heard that the prune crop is short The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has discovered that coffee oat hulls and ground corn cobs figure in tho composition of certain patent foods Most consumers have suspected the existence of bran and excelsior but corn cobs aro a now clement Perhaps they are put In to prevent the diet from being too con centrated on tho same principle that a o stock raisers add a judicious mixture of cornstalks or other roughage to the oats and corn fed to their cattle The camera wblch serves so many useful and Interesting purposes has row been promoted to the dignified office of referee in athletic contests At a recent meeting of tho Southwestern Amateur Rowing Association It was voted that henceforth at contests held by the association a competent photographer with the most modern and efficient camera should photo graph tho finish of each event There have been so many close finishes and unsatisfactory decisions in the past declares the Youths Companion that it is hoped In this way to provide ref erees with Indisputable evidence AgumaUlo according to Justice McCabe of the First District court of tho j Philippines now lives quietly on his farm near Manila refrains from poll theIllnitedthe beit of examples 1mn11tr Irnut 1JjrUrtt t11r Art nf J1ruriug By MARY CLIFTONHADDAN- Expert English Swordiwomin The art of fencing of lato years has made cxtraor onlinary progress not only amongst the lords of crea i tion but amongst our own sex It is not only n particularly healthful recreation but one tending largely to beautify tho form and give an elegant carriage and deportment and if taken in moderation to aid oven those of weakly constitution whilst for such as lead sedentary lives it affords valuable results It has moreover the advantage of not requir ing any companion in its study as nil the preliminary practices and positions can bo acquired alone nnd professional assistance mny bo dispensed with for some months unjjl such progress hns been anode tluit tho later stairs of fencing are reached when such assistance will become necessary Now it goes without saying that as one must walk before one can run so it is necessary Ant of nil to thor oughly acquire the preliminary positions and move ments and the better this is done in the first instance the more perfect and easier of attainment will bo the performance Inter on when actual foil practice is reached There is no short cut to perfec tion which can only bo attained by diligent study and practice and when it is mentioned that to correctly master tho lungo six months may have to be devoted this might tit first sight tend to deter aspirants from learn ing to fence but in reality it is not so because the time devoted to correct style anti position plays such an important part in UM subsequent stages that the timo so given is profitably spent and returns n fourfold interest to the conscientious student When nil tho movements and position with and without tn foil have been mastered with the right hand the some should be practiced with the loft v All fencing displays arepreceded by what is known as tits Gratin Salute which is simply an oxhibitmn of all tho positions and movements of attack and defense respectively by the opponents but with UM foil point reversed and directed towards oneself this being an act of eourtoar towards the adversary and showing that no eril intent is meant The spectators are therefore ablo to renliie the beauty of UM true positions and movements of the art of fencing after which the friendly opponents proceed to a trial of skill between themselves in loose play I ID 1r 3rlttxatiutt nf- inyg By A li GILKES lle dmiter Dulwlch College England A main point with re gard to doing anything intelligently is that the doer should have a right aim In warfare the aim is not to hue smart uniforms or wellfed tot diets but to beat the en emy and in business tohare smart count ing houses but a useful trade And just as in warfare or in business anyone who mistakes the moons for the end is likely to fail so with regard to schools anyone who has not a knowledge of the right aim but seizes upon what is a means and not an end and exalts this as though it were every thing is a dangerous man The more ablo and brilliant ho is tho more dangerous he is All his excellence only increaios the mischief which Ito does when he takes upon himself a task which he is not competent to por formThe aim which I believe schoolmasters generally sot before them selves in default of a letter isnot simply to give boys a knowledge ot Greek or French German or Latin science or mathematicsnot simply to teach them to swim or to play at qrickot and football to give them an in sight into business matters or to enable them to carry on a business correspondence in what is called English not simply to use their eyes and ears or to speak in public or to exercise authority or to get their own living j it is not simply to shrink from danger and responsibility or to hold their own in every kind of temptation The aim is not to help thorn to iny sin gle benefit or any little group of benefits The aim which I believe re all have is different from any of these taken singly but it implies them all it is beyond them all and superior to them all Perhaps some people may think that this is too vague an aim but I think that such a thought is incorrect The aim may bo described with much precision The qualities which make a man are truthfulness clean ness courage publicBpirit kindness with an understanding quickened in all directions and most of all in the direction of that Unseen Power which rules us nil those qualities together with a healthy body seem to us schoolmasters to be those at the production of which we should aim And since there is some difference in the nature of human beings the methods which we employ in producing them should be those suited to tho nature of each boy We should not for instance scold a willing boy nor compliment a conceited boy nor teach a poetical boy nothing but stimulate the imagination of one who loves to deal only with that which admits of accurate mona urement We wish to give to every boy that teaching which will best bring out his good qualitiesthat which will best make him a real man Trig Misstntt of ll1 flay By ETHEL BARRYMORE Actress I not Many people willsay that the theater is for rec reation and amusement and the entire dismissal of any mental effort on the part of the audience It is of course allof that and there are many Tem ples of Thcspis filled with laughter and music and song where such diversions are offered But surely there is also a great purpose in the drama and any big question affecting u great class of time people of the world should surely prove of great interost and value to those who take the theater seriously The follies anti injustices of tits times are the dramatists themes and tools When they are skillfully handled they never miss their aim Sheri dans lUvaUdid more to suppress the blustering oathcracking swagger cess of his period than a thousand tracts could have done r MISTAKE IN TRAIN NUMBERS CAUSES HEADON COLLISION BE TWEEN TWO TRAINS Conductor of freight Is Told He Hat Plenty of Time To Make Siding and Disastrous Crash Follows White Illver Junction Vt Sept 16 A fearful heaUon collision botwecc the southbound Quebec express and i northbound freight train on tho Con cord division of tho Boston Main railroad occurred four miles north ol Canaan station duo to a mistake ID train dispatchers orders and from t demolished passenger coach there was taken out 2C dead and dying and 21 other passengers most of them sort ously Injured Nearly all those who wore In the death car were returning from n fait at Shorbrooko Quebec GO railed north Tho conductor of the freight train was given to understand that ho had plenty of time to reach a tiding by the night oporator at Canaan station ro ceiving according to the superintend silt of the division n copy of n tele graph order from tho train dltpotchoi at Concord which contused the train numbors 30 and 33 The wreck occurred just alter the express had rounded Into a straight stretch of track but owing to the early morning mist neither engineer taw the others headlight until to late Those Identified up to 6 oclock Sun day night were as follows Timothy Shaughneesy Cattle Use Quebec Mrs Shaughneesy Miss An nlo St Plorre Islererte Quebec Fred M Phelps Ooblllreo Tex Mrs A B Warren Harv rhlll Maw Mrs K C Bloke South Corinth Vt Mrs Marrot Largy Manchester N II Mtoa Darrell Manchester Mrs Philip Gag non Sherbrooke Miss Alvina Olroo Nashua N H Mrs Webster a dries maker living In MeMaoht M Ua J L Congrot Somerville Mass Infant child of Irving Dittoed Concord N II MM B I Briggs West Canaan N II John C Duncan Bethel Vt The unidentified Include a boy 4 years old a nan 40 years oW n woman 20 years old a man U years old and four others Twentytwo oJ Ute bottles were removed to CoMonl dariHc tbe day Tko moat seriously Injured who were takento the Margaret UUeboock hospital at Hanover N II Include M unknown boy both lew bmkey arm tole out and hstermally injured dying Saunder Nashua N IL leas and arms Injured Mrs S Saunders Nashua wound OH Mad Mtn C Saunders Nashua contttalbns on face Mto Sawder Nftflfaa Internal Injuries Fred Saunders Nashua thou tiers injured Mrs Heater StiMl r Brockton Mass bead and back In jured Charles 8t Pierre Iileverte Quebec Internal Injuries Arthur Jacques MNHmry Internal Injuries John Barrett Manchester N II head and breast Injured Miss Abby Jantec Nahwi broken frontal bone THROWN BY HORSE AND KILLED Mans Foot Catches In Stirrup It Dragged to Death Washington Sept 10C Berry Wlnshlp SI years old a member of a prominent family of this city was al most Instantly killed In Rook Creek pork by being thrown In the road One foot of the rider was held felt lu the stirrup and bo wifj dragged for some distance and kicked Into InsenslMlty Dr Glennon of the public health and marino hospital service who came along In an automobile Immediate after the accident picked up the prostrate man and started for the hos plUl but Mr Wlnshlp lived only a few moments Tho young man had just camo Into a large Inheritance Saw Woman Thrown From Bridge St Louis Mo Sept IGA fisher own and his son hoard a woman scream My Cal dont kill me after she had scufllled with two men on tho bridge across the Missouri river at SU Charles Mo Then they raw her thrown from the bridge SO feet high into four loot of water be tow Tho authorities have been unable to solve the mystery Tho fishermen were too scared to apprehend the men Railways Combine To Fight Strike St Paul Minn Sept 10 Operating officials of tho five railways Involved in the strike of trailer makers tho Groat Northern the Northern Pacific the Chicago Great Western tho Chicago St Paul Mlnoapolls Omaha and tho Minneapolis St Paul Sault Sta Mario have formed an organization to moot strike conditions The organisa lion will at taco proceed to fill the places vacated by strikers Young Girls Killed Dy Train Chicago Sept IGItln Foss aged ISi years and LYdia Tlorman aged 17 years were killed by a passenger train un the Chicago Rock Island Pacific railroad at Bluo Island a suburb ol Chicago The young women woro walk fug on the tracks and became confused by the approach of a freight and passenger train from opposite directions Uprisings In China Hong Kong Sept 1C Moszo Mokak and Fankol market town In tho Kwat Tuna district of the Chun Chow prefec ture report simultaneous uprisings ol natives Time Insurgents boro tanners on which wore Inscribed The People Are Driven by the Officials to Uprlre Hefr To 1250000 Denver Col Sept 10 Captain ol Detectives W A LOomis of Denver has fallen heir to an estate left by his fatherinlaw Sidney Hilton who hat just died In Seattle Wash The fortune Is estimated be l250qop CATCHING THE WOLF Grandmas Story of Her Adventure t When a Girl Alice had just been to tho Zoo She was telling grandma all about her trip Among other things she told about a great big wolf she had seen Did I over tell you about the wicked wolf that nearly made a meal of mo- No no cried Alice excitedly her eyes big and round Snuggling up to grandma she whispered Do toll me about It please Almost The Trap like Little Red Riding Hood wasnt Itr Grandma smiled Vory like said she only Mr Wolf didnt oaten any oneMany years ago your gront grand father and greatgrandmother and myself lived In a wild country just beyond a groat forest There was no other house for miles around Indeed you wouldnt call our dwelling a house at It was merely a rough log cabin One day I was out watching our few sheep at pasture when I espied a big wolf slyly earning from tho woods Calling to tile sheep wo all ran helterskelter to the barn Fortunate ly we bsdnt far to go but we bad hardly reached shelter before the wolf arrivedNow father used a rope with a pulley to draw things to tbs tort ot the barn which was tbe beat place the stores we bad The noose on the end ot this rope dangled before n gnat hole In the door The wolf roue un his bind legs and lookPdOpr the d or Swing nothing The End of Mr Wolf he drove back and was about to leap over It when he noticed tho hole In tho door and paused to put his hoed through it to take another look This was my chance I soiled the other end of the ropo and pulled as hard as I could I was big and strong for my age The rope tightened and Mr Wolf was hung by his neck 1 twisted the end of the rope around a post to that It wouldnt como loose and then ran for father Ho shot tho wolf So you tee that beyond frightening usr Wolf did no harm It Is much more pleasant to watch him In the Zoo however than when ho Is tearing after you 1 should say so agreed Alice I hope tho wolf at the Zoo never gets loose for ho looks mighty tierce and I know I wouldnt be bravo enough to catch hlmLos Angeles Times PELICAN AND CRANE How the Former Was Robbed of a Good Fish rho pelican plunged his bill down ward Into tho wator and brought up a fish Right besldo him stood the crane Uy tho way did you ever hoar tho story of time fox and the cheese asked the crane The pelican paused In his meal the fish still squirming in his bill He shook his head A crow onco stole a plcco of very fine cheese Flying with It to n tree ho was about to ont It when ho ospled Mr Reynard underneath the treeThe fox straightway began to praise the crow and at last bogged for one of his charming songs So pleased was the foolish crow with these compliments that ho opened his bill to sing when lo the cheese drop ped from it Into the jaws of Mr Roy nard who then trotted contentedly away The pelican looked at the crane for a moment Thon ho opened wide his groat bill In a hearty guffaw An In stant and the crane had Inserted his long bill and had drawn from that of the pelican tho wriggling fish Certainly the crow of the fable could not have looked moro shame facedly around him than did the pel can A ROTiLfTIjz 542t4 CIOr3r 1fJRtI It was a hot sultry afternoon at they end of July All the morning tho win had shone pitilessly on tho dusty pave meats and slate roofs of the busy town and now tho very paving stones wore hot and everyone went limply about his work anti remarked on the Intense heat of tho dar- In the center of one ot the most crowded pavement In one of the bust est thoroughfares of London trotted a little bktek aad tan dog His pyre were strained sad bloodshot and white foam dropped Nom hit mouth as he went along BlBHOlBg furtively from side to side In search of a drop of water to mouton his parched tongueNo ne took any notice of the lit ilr animal except to move bssttty Mt of iti way or to cry to each other that the dog was mad but tie was too small to CMO much fear and fur the moat part he slipped unnoticed through the crowd only peering new and then to sniff the liNt gutter or to try and cool his tongue against tha- sunbaked kerbstone A retrlver dog passed within a yard of hiM and disappeared down a turn lag not a stones throw front where hetIa IntMNtly its reappeared with t water dripping from his shining black tuuule and the little dog greased In envy Another dog pawed by withIP ldry UWRIW banging from boiweea Ws teeth and then ttoo returned wltb 01 iprtgbUy air and moistened Mp An t other and yet another Our little dolt raised himself on tottering legs and followed In Ute wake of an Irish ter nor Down OK little valley trotted Urn Irtoh terrier sad alter Mm limped the little bUckandum dog pasting la Us ea MIMM to keep UM other In algbt Is lees thana minute the terrier halted by a stone doorway and M the little dolt drew Mar be aoald Mar the tone larcHa dnutftbU of w ter which UM Irish dog WM taklni Is The IHUe dog walled till Ute others throat was assuaged titan he alto thrust his head Into the pan Md easterly tapped up the aaaaM MMtr of water which was MC now Hood tbuee few drops felt to the MIUe- marched tongue Hot ohl how belonged for more And even as be longed someone bent over hiss with acntte words and ailed UM eartben ware pan with water to UM brim once more the little dog uistted Me head Into the pan note and eyes sad ears all were Immersed In the de lirious coolHBM et the water Then be began to drink afresh and tapped And lapped and kipped HnUI WM eB0 lifted blm gently from beside the pan and stroked his little black head Kindly No more just now little dog youll be III you know Walt a bit said a soft voice and the sad lonely eyes of the dog looked Into the Md lonely eyes of a Httle crippled boy IAU straightway a friendship was formed whleb was to last those two M long an both remained on earth I never did see well a child said JetnmyH mother that evening when the got back front work Aint yer UireoUtfgod kitten enough or yet blind canary that yo must have n dog for a playmate toot lie seemed to want for to stay said the boy looking fondly at the little blaek and un Mend which rested confidingly across till foot Well let lin stay then Its net many pleasures ye have said the woman and she smiled In answer to r tho look of Joy which flashed Into her little sons face I Hell remind me to keep tho dogs a basin filled rogMar said tho child 44 TIs quite a number of dogs ceme t every day now mothor to have a drink I think th01 must toll each r other thorea always water hero and the little hunchback laughed at the thought The big rotrlvor comes ivory day and tho Irish terrier but I had two now ones today which aint novor boon before and then this lit tlo un caressing the little dog as he 7 spoke and two pigeons and one tsparror Quito a circus aint It T said him mother I wish they all paid their pennies for tho drink Jommy ant that ud pay for tho little dogs lie i eonlofoWhy soven and six for keeping a IV dog sold hli mother Nevor mind I must try and got a extra days work now and thon that wont hurt And r v again her hardfoaturod faco lumlned by n Ru don smile In answertto the look of grateful pleasure which Tr tho child gave NorTho Quivert If Something In a NamerCircumstances exclaimed the I summer boarder That Is cortalnlv a queer name for a mule Oh I dunnb reJoined the old farmer Didnt yow never hear nr circumstances over which n teller i aint got no control Chicago DailY tNews Blew It Out V It had suddenly grown very cloudy tiii10 In breathlesslyi1Oh mother the wind has Wowed I the sun outl ii 1 IN 1 A MISSING STAMP f By L L Robinson r 11opyrmhl by Joieph 11 Ilonlfi Leopard Dromfiold was uno of tltoio chlldrnn of fortune who for the I creator part of the yunr had nothing jt to do Leonard was by no means a lovor of solitude in general yet pos sassing ovary ACCOM to the pleasures h of ttocloty nod companionship ho was suddenly soled ono gay and f charming nuromor with the dcslro for Holltury rambling apart from the uoliy world so ho bade farowoll to the burledjrural hamlet It was on a certain day when hav ing sought rofugo from an ardent I August sun Leonard stood In the llruihvllle store Idly awaltlnR tho mall It was on tho glass showcase that hls oye was reeling and upon a certain white cnvotope which ho was morally sure had presented Itself to bis vision Innumerable Umoe before yet for the flrat time It seemed actually demanding his attention A rather Rolled and crumpled mlneivo but In Jlarlbtld distinctly with the address Winthropt VA- l Half unconsciously ho had read f these aims words repeatedly but un obMrved hitherto a few less pen slmks on the earner of 111110Ivelope now attracted btu Mi That Letter Detained Only for Want of a Stamp a cramped sad apparently nervous hand WM tensed the okMlmetl on- t t7Iohl JtatUI- In haste repeated Leonard iroll Injc iRvalHfttnrllr at the iHnocont device Another glanee awl quickly ho noted ilie abMne of the ewMemary tamp t Turning abruptly to the lorokcop er leaning Idly over the ranter Leon ard asked bristly Is that IoU or detained only for want of a stamp Thats all 10 replied tho other serenely It was dropped In tho mall box lust 0s you sue It two weeks f ago and 1 put It thoro In full sight thinking whoever trailed It would probably see and rectify the mistake Two weeks roponted Leonard meditatively and all for the want ot- a twocent stomp Why man I should think you would have put ono on yourself ho added with fine dill r regard of tho principles of finance Well hardly replied tho postmaster coolly not It you had to handle a dozen or so loiters n week let mo begin that and half tho let stumpWallrate said Leonard promptly laying a I coin on the counter two weeks In deed for a letter In haste Why there IH no tailing what Is being with held from Mss Dorothea Wlnthrop It was Wednesday on which this Ilttlo occuranco had stirred for a mo meat tho surface monotony of Leon ards existence but by Friday It had quite slipped from his mind and was not oven recalled us onco more ho stood at the door of tho store serene ly awaiting tho coach which was al I ready approaching at Its own dollb orate peace A moment later and tho mallbag WAS swung Into the hand outstretched to receive It but contrary to tho usual routlno tho driver did not at onqo direct hit course to tho stable for tho needed chango of horses Leaving his box ho proceeded to tho door at tho roar of tho vehicle to as stet n passenger to alight a slight girlish form and a palo timid faco looked anxiously about With tremulous oagornaes marking voice and mannur sho turned to tho nearest bystandor Can you toll mo how far It Is to llcdbank Farm and where I can gut a conveyance to take mo there notr ence common to those unaccustomed to Interesting themselves in tho at fairs of others It is five adios to Ilcdbank Farm ho answered briefly and there Is no way to got thoro that I know on But 1 must go there and at once she said earnestly cannot you help mo and with this she turned to an other with Imploring eyes Leonard Uromflold had stood by silent listener Advancing quickly aI hor aide lIe said courteously youAtthere is an old buggy and horse and If I can procure Its use and you will accept my services I will gladly drive you to the farm mentioned The soft gray eyes were lifted to his faco with a glow of trust and gratitude that would have repaid tho speaker for a far greater offer Oh I cannot tell you how grateful I should bo she said fervently and perhaps I could sit hero In tho store till you have made Inquiry Undoubtedly replied Leonard promptly and escorting leis protego to a seat within ho hastened away In her service The roady sympathy and aid accorded her In her dire nerd had quickly won the confidence of Iris fair com panion and her ardent appreciation of tho kindness thus bestowed in spired the desire to render herself as agreeable and an little burdensome ns possible and ere a mllo lay rhind thorn her little story had been briefly confided how her father bo lug In adverse circumstances bad left her three months before In Nvlliew- ith friends while ho had gono out in tho country to begin life anew As the villager had Informed him the road was neither difficult nor ob acure and In Ilttlo more than an hour be drew role before tho oomfortablo looking country house known as lied bank Farm Almost before ho could assist her his pager companion had sprang light ly to the ground and was already at door while Leonard more deliberately secured the horse Ho could not bring himself to leave her thus ab ruptly without at least looming the result of her fears for the ono so dear to her Advancing therefore to tho door through which he had seen her disap pear he was met by a woman whose kind face betokened unmistakable gravityIt fortunate you have brought her she said with the ready corn munlcatlvoflwM common to rural Ills tricts and evidently anintoalng that Leonard bad socomiwnlod her young visitor as a friend or relative The poor man has been ClaW for her day sad night and I hope now lull dlo peaceful What cried irLttmard with startled emotion that wirprtwd him self do you mean to say he Is so ill astbatr So lit repeated his hostess Why be cannot last moren an hour I should say Why was his girl so slow In 0011111 I wrote a latter for him myself when he was first took noor tit reo weeks ago and I took caro to wrlto on the back of it Mn hastol Per tho simple reason that the let tor did not reach her till yesterday replied Leonard almost resentfully How could It go through tho mall with no stamp upon IU No stamp repeated tho woman n look of deep contrition suddenly overspreading her countenance Deary deary 1 never thought o that I havent wrote a letter since I was a girl when they uied to bo paid for at tho other end I never thought o tho stamp Hho turned hastily away and Leonard Instlnctlvoly followed to the room near by whore as sho softly opened the door they both stood motionless on the threshold It was truly a scene to move the stoniest heart With a reckless hand the girl had towed her hat aside and kneeling on the floor at tho bedside her head was burled on limo breast of tho sick man his WIlD hand resting caressingly but helplessly on the soft brown tresses Hut on his pallid faco worn by illness and many a trace of sorrow beamed now a smite of In effable peace and satisfaction while in whispers came tho words- I know you would come my darling I know 1 could not go without seeing you once more heartbroken sobs convulsing the slight young form alono answered him till at last cause the ory Oh father do not leave mol You will not dlo and leavo mo all alone The piteous appeal seemed sudden ly to disturb that rapture of peace which tho fulfillment of his ceaseless prayer had brought and over tho dy ing taco crept a vlslblo shade Helplessly ho gaiod upon the hood pillowed on his breast and then as with muto supplication ho raised his dim eyes they tell by chance ns it were full on Leonards pitying face In a moment tho latter stood bosldo him I am n stranger to you and your daughter ho said soothingly but if I can do anything for you you Have only to ask Only be a friend to her if you can whispered tho dying roan with pain ful effort Increased by tho emotion stirred within him and with one more glance of uttorablo love upon her ho was leaving his eyes closed and tho stillness of death fell softly upon tho sick room Through nil the autumn and wlntqr months that followed faithfully ho discharged tho trust so generously undertaken ilrovlw himself the I sat est of friends and counsellors In the spring suddenly Leonard awoke to find himself a prisoner fast caught In the net which Love had woven of threads spurt by chance THE CUSTOM OF HARAKIRI Said to Be Practiced Only by Descendants of Old Nobles of Japan Tho custom of liaraklrl lea thing rather confined to tho samurai class and the helmln tho commoners are quite strangers to It writosMr Hashl guchi In the Atlantic a Japanese mag seine published In Now York It thrived in tho days of feudalism when tho lives of the camural were at tho disposal of their masters lords and rulers The samurai youths were taught to commit liaraklrl rather than submit to tho disgrace of decapitation Thus harakiri became an invet orate hereditary propensity of tho samurai class from which it was not an easy affair to free them after tho advent of the western clvlllzatjon awakened tho benighted land of the Rising Sun In this enlightened ago of MelJI however this1 practice has been go- Ing out of fashion Yet it Is amaz ing to learn that It has again como into use in tho war with Russia Last your Prof Uklda of Wascda university of Toklo who is a graduate of Yale delivered an address In an educational gathering held In Toklo In which he referred to tho practice of haraklrl Ho said In part A soldier may dlo in tho battlefield for tho sake of duty not for the sake of personal honor lIe shall not com mlt haraklrl Just because ho has no moans of defense against his enemy Should he be taken prisoner by tho enemy he will do well to console him self with the Idea that he Is sent to the enemys country as a student to be of further service In future to leis country Ills reasons were right if his utter Races were not judiciously made Yet be has boon denounced as n traitor by MaJ Ion Sato who based hits argu meats upon tho sontlmont that tho Japanese soldiers die In the battlefield not for the sake of honor that It Is for the Russians not for tho Japan oso to die for duty that by commit ting barnklrl rather than surrendering to tho IliiMlaus have tho Japanese been enabled to win the victory and that Prof Uklda address would have a tendency to detraot from tbo pa triotic fervor of the Japanese soldiers All the prose of Japan made com meota upon tho controversy saying that what Prof Uklda termed duty was exactly time same as what Maj- OR Sato termed honor In tho essen tial points McKlnleys Thoughtfulness It was a blistering hot day on the wads of Camp Montauk In 1SOS Four tofu UHmmnd weak trick or wounded soldier lays sweltered under their tents Down at the army depot the See and cavalry had received President McKinley and Secretary of War AI gr with a great flourish of trumpets and saSuto of swords Cannon wore booming the prod- sdent saluto and transports In tho harbor waving their flags The presi dent had called thoso 14000 mon and boys together to defend tho nation Ho might have boon swelled with pride over tho honors being paid to him His carriage raovod slowly through tho deep and hot sand Tho tender nose In his nature camo to tho surface as ho leaned forward and asked Secretary Algor slave the lays plenty of water Men Are Gossips When It comes to discretion If there is an Inequality of tho sexes we fancy men have time disadvantage remarks a London paper apropos of tho exclusion of women secretaries from tho hlghor bureaus at Washington If there Is a scandal In society a dark cloud overhanging the ministry an ominous rumor about a newspaper or a batik where Is It first discussed Why in the mens clubs Thenco It reaches tho female gossips and If they in turn mention what my husband heard at tho club they are at onco set down as scandal mongers while tho originators of the scandal go scot free In country houses too arc not tho men as ready to tell tales as the women as eager to bring forward tho latest news political social or finan clnl1 Many women lot their tongues run on It Is true but so do many men Nature Reclaimed Island King island between tho coasts of Tasmania and tho Australian main land bas always been an arid waste of sand and othor nonarablq soil Somo years ago however a vessel was wrecked off tho Island and a num her of tho sailors mattresses stuffed with the yellowflowered clover a kind of grass wore washed ashore A cor tale quantity of seed was contained among tho stuffing and In due course theso took root and in tho space of a tow years covered time sandy stretches with rich verdure Clover and other leguminous plants have tbo peculiar capacity of fertilizing a waste soil owing principally to the action of bac teria thereby enabling tho plants to draw nitrogen directly from the at mosphere King Island previously n waste stretch of sand Is now ono of tho richest grazing districts In the Australian continent A Misconception Your reputation Is gone tho cap Itol grafter was Informed Ho brightened up instantly Good ho exclaimed Why do you know It was my reputation that mado me take to tall timber Whistling merrily bo began to study a timetable n WORSE THAN WASTED The Money Which Great Britain Spends for Liquor There are not quite 41000000 per sons In the United Kingdom but they annually spend for spirituous liquors a sum equal to one and a halt times tho national revenue or to all tho rents of all time homes and farms In time country The public house tho English name for the saloon with Its barmaid Is as much a national Insti tution as the houses of parliament There Is ono public house to every 300 inhabitants In England and Wales In Scotland one to every GGG persons In Ireland ono to every 271 Whereas In the days of our forefa there tho worst drinking was among the nobility and gentry today says tho writer In tho Craftsman tho poor and working classes are by far tho most Intemperate Tho fact that drink ing Is habitual among the women of this grade as well as the men Is the most serious feature for when women do go to tho dogs tho very uttermost depths of degradation are usually reached before tho end comes At meal time throughout the United Kingdom a procession of women with pitchers buckets or cans may bo seen going to some one of the many public houses never moro than a stones throw from their homes and often not so for As a rule the omnibus the favorite British mode of local transportation has stopping places In front of public houses From an out side seat on the bus top especially In London and other cities a full view may be had of the Interior of tho pub lie house crowded always and on Saturday night Jammed to the point of suffocation Old women young women girls are there mothers with Infants In arms and not uncommonly with othor children tugging at their skirts Ilttlo ones whose fretful cries are stilled by sips from mothers glass of ginWorking men drink lust as much as the working women A manufacturer an employer of hundreds of men was asked if English manufacturers over made any restrictions about drink lag when taking on new men Isis reply was No for It would be Im possible to carry on business If such conditions woro imposed He was almost incredulous when told of tho strict regulations in regard to drink lag that obtained In some of Americas largest business establishments Rebukes Drinking of Toasts Rev Dr Paget the bishop of Ox ford has Just mado a great sensation In England by his stinging rebuke of tho habit of drinking toasts at banquets with wine and calls upon the clergy and laity to cure tho bad hab it He suggests that toasts of church and king of bishop and clergy of theological school or missionary college or any such Institution Jar on him when used in connection with drink ing at all The bishops views and fearless expression of them have pleased tho temperance people of Great Britain very much and should receive the indorsement of the good people of every land and clime The bishop Is right in his belief that wa ter is a good enough element with which to drink a toast to any man or cause Are Good Risks The twentyfourth report of tho Scottish Temperance LIfo Insurance company recently issued shows that good progress Has been mado during the year 1C04 life proposals for 461764 were accepted yielding in new premiums 17670 Tho mortal ity experience continues to be favor able the claims by death though heav ler than last year being Btlll much under expectation Comparing tho temperance section with tho general section n table of mortnllty expert enpe for 20 years 1S831902 shows that of 93C expected claims in the tem penance section there were 420 deaths being only 45 per cent while of 319 In tho general section there were 225 or 71 per cent- Going Slow on Alcohol Tho Majestic distillery at Torre Hatltb Ind which was equipped by thq alcohol trust on a largo scale Is still Idle and according to Automobile there Is little prospect of its starting up In the near future The Industrial company formed by the trust to place the denatured alcohol on tho market is said to have found that tho product cannot compete with paEolIne as yet Another trust plant tho Atlas distillery at Peoria III which was running at full blast using 7000 bushels of corn dally in tho making of tho denatured product tins been cut down to 2COO bushels a day It IB thought that tho Majestic plant will bo allowed to remain Idlo until fall To Establish Coffee Houses The ministers of St Louis have launched a movement for establishing a number of coffee houses in St Louis to take tho place of the saloons Wholesome food an agreeable at mosphere and Interesting and Instruc jive methods of passing the time will be provided A Temperate Man A temperate man is the first step toward temperate society 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all h Over 60 instructors 1175 tadDt 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 Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arltbtnetlo and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing BIble Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free ted booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Form Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in tttls course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Home Silence ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as taU cad winter term Is very profitable SmaU extra feesSACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 year courses WIth Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories Mlentlflo apparatus md all modern methods The highest educational standards b NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession oC 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 noce nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year snore than he pays in This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Ilcrca in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protoot the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from tho beat families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents la Dares live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train log and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to 011111 as much as 35 cents a week Some who need o earn more may by writing to the Secrotriry before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc varx with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate U the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap and underclothing umbrellas and overshoe are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnlehea books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and othor necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which atudents live charging oaly enough room R rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 1135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash tag of bedding 40 cents a week In tall and sprint 60 onts in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit oa guarantee for return of room key library books eta This la paM but once and lo returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction ia a tree gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term J4 00 In lower Model Schools 600 In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rest by the term board by the halt term Installments are aa follow FALL 14 weeks 2950tn one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 12105 Including 100 deposit middle of term 946- WINTER12 weeks 29001n one payment 2650 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 dspcolt middle of term 900 REFUNDINGStudents who leave by permission before the sad of a term receive back for money advanced On board in full except that no allowance tw made foe any fraction of a week On room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any rracUou ot a month On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply UMtaoiount advanced for term bids when lIe returns provided It Is within tour terms but making no allowance for any fraction cf a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have wade your Journey ad are wen started In school It pays to stay U long us possible THE FIRST DAY of the fill term hi September 11 1S07 For Information or friendly Advice write to the Secretory WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY 1 That Premium Knife takes th ot the OMB and boys who see it The taooaUim eeabileworth more to the mountain people than any pspse- la the world The Knife ani The Citizen for One Dollar I j ThabriSa ahselpltoaiall Uu USM lee full ynmbm i Uit oa pap 7 4 ctt r t THE HOME I Some Cleaning Hints lly Mr Trnnl Intrr 11111 Tim days of fall houso donning are upon us mid the broom mop and scrubbing brush are much in evidence Tho dust and dirt that have sifted into crevices and been flouted to the most inaccessible cornors are to bo got rid of and everything is to bo spiel nnd span for winter Fall house donning is perhaps not so violent a mania with good housekeepers as that which comes in the spring but it seizes them nevertheless about the time the turn and the mon of the family must wnlfc carefully in thoir ownhouses lest thoy overturn a mop pail or point bucket Here are a few things to remember in cleaning tho woodwork 1 Painted or varnished woodwork will be injured by the use 0 soap and ammonia unless it is in a very weak solution Do not scour or clean thorn with strong alkali wash powders Wash them with soap suds made with a soap mild enough to use on the hands without injury wipe dry and polish with a few drops of turpentine on n soft clout 2 Polished woodwork may be cleaned with a soft oloth moistened with a little cooloil or turpentine The turpentino dries moro quickly but is more expensive than the coaloil and its vapor burns more readily so that greater care must be used in regard to using it near a fire When coaloil is used the surface must be rubbed dry each time or tho dust will settle upon it again To clean glass cover with a paste made of whiting which can bo bought very cheaply at n drug store mixed with water ammonia or alco hol Let the paste remain on until dry then rub off with a oloth or paper and polish tho glass by hard rubbing with soft newspapers If the glass is not flyspecked very good results may be obtained by washing the glass with one tablespoonful of coaloil to a quart of warm water but coaloil will not dissolve flyspecks readily It quickly dissolves the greasy film which holds the dust in the glass and in winter when wa ter would freeze windows why be wipedwith clear kerosene and rubbed dry ITHE SCHOOL Problems of the District School fly Irof Dlnsmorn Part 4 ThotSchool In Progress In UdIarUde Mr Dimmorc continue hU dUmatioa of the rule goveftiiag the tmtth at school The lint rule dbetiMOl Urt week was Keep Clean Kd The second rule is Eat Good Food at regular intervals Every body knows the importance of this rule that it is absolutely essential to life but in respect to kinds and values of foods and right and wrong ways of eating few people give the subject the attention it deserves Somo of the advanced schools of our country are devoting much time anti thought to it but the district teacher cannot and need not undertake anything very difficult He can and should however call attention to some of the com mon faults and give useful instruction in regard to eating First the teacher may have some discussion on the kinds of food Let the main divisions be brought out It will be seen that there are four grains meats fruits and vegtobles Each one of these main div isions may be discussed separately The principle grains are wheat corn rye oats barley and rice Much interesting information eon be brought out concerning each of these as to whero they grow most abundantly where each is tho chief article if food their desirability cost and so on The form in which those grains should bo eaten may furnish n topic for a lesson This will lead to ways of cooking such as boiling baking frying and tho like At the close of the discussion sum up and emphasize the principal thoughts that have been brought out something as follows First all the grains above named are excellent food because they contain in hirge quantities the properties required for the nourishment of the body Second some of them grow best in certain parts of the world others in other parts Where any one grows in great abundance it forms the chief grain food of the people in that section That the liking for one or another depends upon ones bringing up that is upon usage Third before any of thorn are eaten they should be proporly preparedand cooked so as to retain their nourishing qualities Fourth theyshould not form ones solo diet because they do not contain all the kinds of food that the body requires Meats fruits and vegetables may each be treated in the same man ner To these four principal kinds of food there may be added the eon diments such as salt pepper and spices also drinks such as coffee and toa Second having given useful instruction in regard to the kinds of food it will now bo in order to consider the preparation of food and the man ner of serving it It will be wisest to have this instruction take tho form of discussion and by encouragement and skillful questioning have the im portant things said by the pupils rather than by the teacher Then if some things touch the home life it will not be resented to the injury of the teachers influence Third we may take up the times and ways of eating and the amount required for different people at different times As to time of eating Na ture says eat when you aro hungry but here we cannot always obey Nature Civilization demands that meals be served at regular times and our appetites must accommodate themselves to the custom Still some consid eration must be given to Nature especially in the case of growing child I ren They may need food oftener than grown people and so may eat some light lunch at proper intervals between meals As to ways we should conform to the customs of society Ifwe do not we shall be accounted queer or perhaps worse If the custom of society is to eat with a fork and drink from a spoon or from a cup rather than from a saucer it is better to yield to these demands than to be tho occasion of notice and remark and the embarrassment of our friends Real politeness however does not depend upon forms of etiquette Politeness is of the heart and mind and may have the true ring and yet be ignorant of outward forms Real politeness is to be considerate of others Hence we must avoid giving offense by eating npisily with our lips or reaching across the table or taking more than our share Careful attention to pol ite people will soon teach us the proper forms Continued Nut Week 1THE FARM I More Meat Needed INeverwas there such a demand for meat of nil kinds and never were I The Jewish women of Philadelphia raided the Kosher butcher shops and created veritable riot assaulting the proprietors and de stroying property because they had raised the price of beef The French and Gorman people are restless almost riotous because of laws restricting the importation of American meats The scarcity has sent meat up so high that the poor can not buy and many households of Europe never see meat on their tables at all- Over here demand is constantly pressing on supply and prices keep going up but as the American people have money and are able to buy most of them manage to get what they want With such conditions prevailing why is it that more of the meatprodubing animals are not raised f Hogs have been at a high figure all year and it must be immensely profitable to raise them but there seems to be no increase in the supply des pite the fact that they are tho most prolific of animals It looks no if with with the constantly increasing pressure for pork there would be more hogs raisedThe problem is getting serious If we cant feed our 80000000what are we going to do when we get a hundred or two hundred million people allclamoring for meat It seems clear that there must be an increase in cattle hogs and sheep or many will have to go without these luxuries If our prosperity continues it looks as if we will have to let up a little on moat not because we haven the money or because our tastes have chang ed but because for the first time in history our live stock raisers are actu ally stumped in meeting our overwhelming demand The American Far mer TEACHERS TO MEET HERE of Mnillum Oountjr AnorlnlliiIrintlirrlliR Ita the n1 Brer Held The meeting of tho Madison County Teachers Association in Borea on September 27 promises to be tho beet tho association has over hold The program which Is printed bolow phow1 that tho addresses will bo of unusual Interest and by mon and women wol fitted to discuss them and afore are many Indications that tho nttendanc will bo far above tho average The college has made careful preparation for the comfort of tho teachers while townf for the mcotini follows FORENOON rio Visiting Model Schools 838 Visiting Model Schools 98C College Prayers f 1030 Address of Welcome 1 Pros Frost Response Miss Maude Cranllall 1030 What Should tho Mts M Adolla Fox Mies Ida M Hurte II C Combs 1046 Importance of Professional Training Miss Stolla lien drop Lodford Creekmore Miss Etta Moore 1100 District Library How to Scour One Miss Etta Gay Mrs Laura Creech Miss Sadie Mason 1115 General Discussion 1130 Responsibility of the Toaohe Prot Dlnsmon 1200 Dinner As College Gueeu AFTERNOON 100 How to Secure Good Attendant Mrs George Adams Calvin Hendrix Mies Dora Ely Willard Lako 120 Compulsory Education Miss Laura Clay 190 General Discussion 200 Advantages of Common School Graduation Miss Bottle Low li Miss Ellen Gilbert Mrs Bllen Mitchell 2J6 How May tho Teachers Knowl edge of Physiology and Hy glass Prove a Blessing to Ute Community Mrs SallU Btelwell Miss Amelia Me Whorter Mile OIelDth- eDrtIIIlor Mlle Margaret My ors 230 School Sanitation Miss Emma Evans Miss Mariam Noland Miss Lucy Hays 24S Reeasa 265 Do Teaohara let Proper Supper awl Hneouragsment front Scfceol Patrons Miles Alma Lake Miss Lillie MoWhorte Wise Margaret Rice Mies Nannie Johnson 315 Correct Attitude for Patron MM Boatrtgh- 3J6 Tho Proposed Work of the School Improvement Leagu Mrs J W DlMmon 400 Adjournment N B Music will be arranged for by local committee John Noland Pros J B Marcie Vice Pros Mtae Rebeeoa Edwards Soey Why Site Dined with Him No you are right assented the itnncuniom KIn i bad met him only ialf a doten tim0 when I went to din icr with him I sometimes do that Why Oh because Its so loeeljr to line opposite strange faces I had ej most rather go hungry than sit all by nysell at tome llttln cafe table or say opposite some strange end un beautiful fees Then besides the added plaintively It Is so expensive The yield of the Kentucky oil field per week averages about 12000 barrels The Wayne field furnished 7000 of the total output The Mon tlcollo Outlook reports a recent strike on the Marsh farm at Sllokford that is making 100 barrels a day the best well drilled in for some time AT THE G A1R ENCAMPMENT Letter tram Opnxrnl DtMtcr Vrternii JleelingforTho Editor of Tho Citizen Our arrival at Saratoga was too late to Bond you a lino In season for this weeks Citizen Mrs Dodge Coinrntio Qabbard and I kept the Kentucky Headquarters at United States Hotel almost continually open for the reception of visitors during Monday after noon and Tuesday Comrades and oth ors from many states called and reEf istorcd Wednesday tho 11th was to be for the general public tho groat day of the National Encampment for thou was to occur the parade tho most in spiring event of tho year Tho choice of so small a city elegant place as It Is was unfavorable both for tho at tendance of a large body of veterans and tho presence of a largo array of spectators to behold tho touching spectacle As if to make our ftp pointment complete the culmination of a wot week came on tho day and hour of tho parade A drenching rain fell for most of tho two hours occu pied Tho use of umbrellas by those of us who had thorn marred the dig proI whether or not tho death of three old soldjors on the day following resulted from this exposure Many declined to make tho march and the entire Kansas delegation kept aloof A good bath and change of garments Im mediately afterwards saved the Ken tuoky Commander from evil effects At night there were impreeelve and enthusiastic gatherings In Convention Hall which holds about 0600 people nnd In other buildings At these meetings wo had the finest music of every description and eloquent ad idrenees by Coy Hughes ot New York and other distinguished civilians and soldiers The longest of these camp fires lasted until past midnight Yesterday and today ooeurred the convention or Encampment proper With so competent a presiding officer as Gen n D Drown of ZaneerlUe 0 this was made a business meeting In tMlrpttlngIand general legislation for the good of the order The oholee of Charles O Burton of Missouri for Commafetorln Chief and Toledo as the place for next Encampment scarcely involved a contest The phenomenal fall ot Saratoga water during the march ceased at 1U dose and we leave Ute historic old town reposing wader bright skims LeVaat Dodge Department Commander 0 A It Saratoga N V Sept Ii lfT At tko encampment the following were elected general officers for the Army for tho year Charles O Burton of Nevada Mo Conmaniarln ChIef Lewis C Orlf flth Troy N Y senior vice eomraaBd or William M Scott Atlanta Oa junior vice commander Dr Lane Tannyhlll Baltimore Md surgeon general Bishop Samuel Fallows Chi cago Ill ohaplalnlnchlef Toledo O was selected as the place of meeting for the next encampment The date will bo fixed by tho National Council of Administration Mr L L Sbadoln has been elected as Secretary and General Superinten dent of the Boron Telephone Com pany effective September 17 1M7 Ho will have an office in tho liorea buildingI ing business with the Telephone Company will address or call upon Mr Shadoln Berca Telephone Company o o+o o Foi oi o4 o4 o+oio Fci o+oFa4 n4 n Fo +o Foi opo+o ho4 o+ i ioNEW ACCOUNTS i o z t We are constantly adding new accounts and our i io1 our purpose to + 0o + to+ 0 t Your Account Solicited I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS + oo + oTHE+ o 0 o ++ BereaNational Bank I 0aida+Go+o+o eo+oIoO arit +poi ueFe4 mi of o po+ i THE OLD LOG SCHOOLHOUSE Among the mountains of Kentucky Ono hundred years ago There stood an old log schoolhouse Whoro tho children used to go The houso was made of pine loSS Chopped and sawed to fit together Tho cracks wore stopped with sticks and mud To keep out all rough weather Tho floor was made of dirt alone To which wo all admit The seats wore made of chestnut tlm bornWhich the makers had to split In one and ot this log house There was a hugo fire bright WhUh In tho dark days of winter Was tho childrens only light Tho teacher was rough and ugly looking And our parents say he wuhl hol ler- Well ot course wo know he could For ho hadnt any collar But you sec we had some great rain Even back in thdt old time For tho children studied at their homos By tho light of some rich pine By BQwIn B Treftdwny Live Stock Market LoMl Vllh SeJtL 17 5IIIIltMh111111ng IlltilrSriChubsFair to good tin do a MI 4 1Choice8110CoraCanners 1 Y iii 480MetCoin 8ml rough do a 80 oJ 418PCorn to med do do 2 76 898 Hood to ex clock heifer U I ICom to mud do do 2 110 S TICoinGood to extra hulls X 00 1 J6 100ImesWCIWlttO anII coldest turkey heater bottoms without 200800 0 45- Molllum iniokors to 0 06 J l ers124 11 05 t Choice plRH 00 6 80 0 W Light BO W 6 05 6 80 e- touglis160 to 8 BO B 8B 8HBBP LAXM Good to oh fat sheep 4 80 sheep 3 80 4 III sheep HuakB 7 00 Choice butcher lambs 4 4 TI Culls I Duttor17 In Poultry Spring ohlkouB mail lb largo lions lOHto ducks small young keys So geese 7o- PUBLIC AIH Having taken otmrgo of Hasehkm nros narneee business Lancaster I Saturday Sept 18 I highest bidder prew houses Iota lying on of Main street Ktrte No 1 eonUlM almost one I n good story frame reeMenee in repair IDOdI I eonlhoMo enteken house its 2 contains U a three twttfe harness shot About H fnrttfl aeries pam shims grapes Thlq is a good leemUen harness maker a good neighborhood Klrkavllle is a thriving prosper ous village n of to located a high rWg above malaria lOHtii of Itteb Madison ooflHty miles from L N It It a total op i village sobriety Qhrictlanlty cannot be oxtelled ahurebes bank general nterefmmlUe HorN bteeJc smith steps doctors Terms Onehalf melt e ekalf In equal iMtnnwta 0 percent I Interest from of pakl 9ato commence at a glafordItjtJo OIs f AM THE MAN WHO LANDP In j piles Now Is tlmo say m n y buying a L MileaImprftCIIIulna it of 1 another tract or land containing sty of good land 40 bottom land This OIrI would from to 75 I ton excellent lend Now is your time blueia 1 have wqlwaliutiful I IM fordbnlkIhg In West price to I have three each cottages In Went containing nil I 01 of e Rt UIO each Iheae IG are evklentiy bargains have n aloe hams in n llerwi ways I onLyy10ocAIf 1 town I your Anything want sold J BICKNELL I REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT 44r4-Y f if h lCAitH fill irilt4i1 AuitSiri4tA O kyiriaiskle i17alitleitlAefahLtlk fSsdlA r i THE VARIETY STOREjf lookJP will find n comploto lino FANCY GROCERIES at IB practicable carry other Items usually found hi aR J VnrloLy Store are adding goods day it iiriew rikhL- X t hoop in mind Umt we are agent foriV BAKER BARRINOTON HALL STEEL COFFEE v mho baetgolng Motor 1 pound Try It v i E FLOUR None good every lIIWc is B nmnUxxl to glvo satisfaction fat When you lour gird it trial Yours Respectfully R R HARRIS PROP iCAgont Navon Laundry baskot sont ovory Tuosday 6r7t5tAS1YMSe7ellir +Ikdli17110itA71A5tA A R lttkkSlitilitilA7CAA1e71ASIkA31i1dAitil o I Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Beater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the and largest in busyhousewifefrom light to a Thanksgiving or Christmas it looks as as made It Is afrtlght beingenthusiastic Fine Cast making it years repairs only UNION STOVE Inc Box 3745 RICHMOND VA I Ico b HOOS IbM 100 JiOO Ibs to 100 Ills to ISO llw IRH to lbs 400 Iba AMD 418 hair to good Common 100 100 116 00 tall ende 00 400 rttoinxjn- HMP 10e tier dos to 18oxper lie par 1805 lie lOe old lei two in Ky will on 1107 soil to the on Urn lies my two and the east side vlllo Ky Lot tan with two seven room good We and wont crib Lot No one aero poles with room atoo aero IN iteaebes and for 40a In Hlt and with petralalloB JM It OH nay ten Miles IMHMI and four R to ttion and for IV It has four one two two two umlertakert awl two ami two with liar sale till to 10 m I tho to by 3P for the suln 17UD hay acne grass acres lAnd you tO per acre Nell you this Q9 now for in now Iota the end yt IIn old 100 acre In lot tltft awl late acre can sell you any flu lots the beet you will for any soon PIF am man yOU toll mw P 4 11Ayl J You of As to and We new wile CUT for onus We sell J M M wnnt Hue It g I A for g room rolls Just neat any Iron and last for Made by CO and well awl and and t IT HEATSAND COOKS TOOT- he Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made 1LLMM IS FOILED ARCTIC EXPLORERS AIRSHIP i LANDS ON A GLACIER STORM IS ENCOUNTERED Machinery Worked Well but Gale Was Too StrongAttempt to Reach Polo Abandoned For Year Tromsoo Norway Walter Well man and his party composing the Vellman Chicago Record Ilarnid polar expedition arrived hero Thursday evening on the steamer Frlthjof from Spitsbergen Mr Wttllman says tho airship Amor andIMho proved so strong and behaved BO well that a start north was Immedi ately made TIle alrifilp however on countered a storm was driven back sind landed on top of a glacier Brery I i thing was saved When the airship loft the shed It was authored to a M earner the Bx VOf1I Walter Wellman Camp Wellman Kiesenberg and Vaad man occupied the car Tho motor wee found to work splendidly and when It was started drove the Amerteu ahead of the steamer It was found that tho airship answered tier horn welt Beaten Back Over Mainland Off el Day Island the America was freed from her anchor ropes but an Inorenstag gale and a driving MOW tons Mat her backward over the mainland of Spitsbergen Seeing the iMpeisssBsaa of attempting to battle with the gale Ute valves were opened all the balloon qeickly descended da a gtoeter The QtTiipMla of the ear secured the betlton A reeme party from the Steejnrr retched the glaoUr na hour rnnlcIrablefn o cut two aced the far was taken to plea In order to enable tM reecurrt to trans pert it over the lea hilts and fissures to the sea Announces Plan to Delay Trorfhjem Norway Walter Well Stan on arriving at Tromeoe announc ed that he had definitely abandoned for this rear after a disastrous trial of his airship the nrofweetl attempt to rush the north polo The airship ascent September J wee In a strong northwesterly wind which drove her southeastward over the land It was found necessary to cut tile MIl loon adrift from the other peals of tile airship but It wan recovered after two stays search Mr Wellman says he will make an nther attempt with a new airship 1119S ADMITS GOODS WERE SMUGGLED Mltft Olson of Chicago Confesses to Officials at Port Huron Port Huron Mich Whan arraigned Wednesday before United States Com mlMlonor Harris on tho charge of smuggling Miss Anna Olson of Chi cago who was detained by customs officers hero Monday togothor with Mrs Lucy Rapp and Mrs A Hnlbert alto of Chicago admitted that tho con tents of tho three canvas trunks which the party had worth about 16000 were smuggled goods Miss Olson declared that the other two women had no money Invested In horAiIIAsaid she was in tho ladles furnishing goods business In Chicago and later Mrs Hulbert and Mrs llapp also admitted that they are In tho same busi pees Stensland Must Serve His Time Jollot IIIPaul O Stonsland form er president of tho collapsed Mllwau ken Avonuo Stato bank of Chicago must servo out his full term In tho penitentiary This was decided Fri day by tho stato board of pardons which refused to grant a plea to ro lease Stonsland from the penalty of his conviction Stensland will leavo tho prison after eight years and threo months It ho maintains constant good behavior Without tho deductions for good behavior tho maximum penalty is 14 years- Defaulters Friend Tries Suicide New Orleans Virginia Heed the negro woman who according to Charles E Letten tho defaulting tax clerk here received about 90000 out of tho 100000 or more he atom from the elite attempted to commit suicide Friday by Jumping into the Bayou Sl John She was fished out South Dakota Bank Is Robbed Aberdeen S DThreo bandits broke Into the First Stato bank at Le ole early Friday mOrning wrecked the ftfo and escaped with 1200 WILL CLOSE COPPER MINES AMALGAM rED SOON WILL SHUT DOWN AT BUTTE MONT Deadlock as to Sales Has Resulted In Tremendous OverProduction 10000 Men Will Lose Jobs New YorkA crisis In the copper ItttAtlon due to a deadlock between the producer and the consumer has resulted In a tremendous overproduc lion of the metal and tho Amalgamated Copper company the largest pro ducer of copper In tide country will soon shut down Its mines In and about Butte Mont News of tho Intended suspension of operations thorn was made known Thursday by an Interest closely Iden tined with tho company Amalgamat ed stock fell over four points on tho stock exchange when the nows be came known and the share of tho company told down to = 6085 which Is Cl points under the high record price of the year It Is sold that the BUijiunslon at the Unite mines will throw 10000 men out of work The Amalgamated company hoe had dim oulty In obtaining an adequate supply of fuel at llutte and this Is said to be- n contributing cause for the shut down The Amalgamated Copper com lions along with other copper compa nies tins been filing up a large surplus of copper for several mouths and it Is authoritatively staled that there is a surplus of 20000000 pounds of re fined cower In the Unlledsiatos The preaeot situation has developed from the seemIng Inability of the producer and consumer to reach a price for tho metal that would prove satisfactory The selling price of copper has been steadily reduced In tho copper mar kets of tho world but tho consumer has steadfastly declined to purchase except when needs wore pressing The official price for copper has been lowered from 25 cents to 18 cents a pound by tho United Metals Soiling company Copper producers on the metal exchange In their efforts to tempt tho buyer have gradually cut tho price of copper to Uf i for electro lytic which figure was reached Thure day Aa a consequence of this acute situation copper stocks have accumu Lied rapidly The production of re hand copper In September It was stated Thursday will be 6000000 pounds less than Let munch There wre reports In the financial district that certain beaks have declined to carry icy wore copper metal In their loam PENNSYLVANIA LAW VOID TwoCent Railroad Fare Act Declared Uneenttltutlenal Philadelphia Jwlgee Wilson sad Aodeodrted of the oommon ptoM court Tuesday declared aneonntl tutlonal the twocent railroad taro law passed by the last legisla ture The cue upon wulob the doel alon was rendered will be takes to the supreme court at ones The Pennsylvania was the lint to nMk the attack bringing suit In the local courts to restrain the count of Philadelphia from collecting the flue for violating Ute provHkHw pf the act The hearing lasted nearly n week sal among the wltneaee were reaMent MeCrea ned several vice presidents of the Pennsylvania All other railroads operating In Pennsylvania have brought similar proceedings In various counties but decisions bare not been rendered as It Is generally understood that the Pennsylvanias suit will be made the test case la the higher court Leasing Mich State Itallraad Commissioner Glasgow has Issued it statement sayng that all the railroads in Michigan have agvead to adopt the t vooeot passenger rate law when It takes effect Sept SS MASKED ROB Two Bandits Hold Up Great Northern Oriental Limited ManagerGillottcdlnpany announced Thursday that the Groat Northern Oriental limited train No 1 which left St Paul Tues day morning was held up by two masked men six or seven miles west of Roxford Mont at an early hour Thursday morning Tho robbers arawlod over tho tender and at the point of their guns commanded the engineer to stop the train Keeping up a fusillade of nhota to terrify the passengers tho bandits blow open tho express safe and find ling it empty took a quantity of regis lured mall and escaped Tho com pany offers 110000 reward for their arrest and conviction Dynamite In Grain Bundles Chippewa Falls WIsAn explosion of dynamite placed In a bundle of grain Injured five men and wrecked a threshing machine Friday on tho farm of Peter Peterson near hero Investi gation developed tho fact that sticks of dynamite had been placed in several bundles 5f grain The miscreant has not been located Pettibone In Critical Condluon Boise Idaho deorgo A Pettibone charged with complicity in tho mur der of Oov Steunonberg Was taken to the hospital Friday In a critical con lotion and an operation probably will be necessary Physicians Indicted as Trust Dubuque laThe grand Jury of Brcmor county Friday returned Indict ments against 14 physicians for viola tlon of tho stato antitrust law the medical society having raised fees some time ago ALLIEDI G A R ENUAMPMENT OVER VETERANS INSTALL OFFICERS AND ADJOURN UNTIL 1903 Resolutions Urging Legislation on Va rlout Matters AdoptedAppoint mends by CommanderlnChlef Saratoga N y Veterans of tho Grand Army of the Republic who have been attending the forty first annual encampment of tho organ ization concluded their business Friday and Adjourned until 1908 Installation of the officers elected Thursday adoption of several recom mendations from the committee on resolutions and CommnnderlnChlof Ilurtons announcement of appointive ameers took up the Urns of tho voter anThe officers were Installed by Rob ort n Heath of Philadelphia post Commanderinchief The oncamp went adopted the report of the com mittee on resolutions which reoom mended legislation by congress author hung Ute erection of a soldiers hoe pits In the vicinity of the Quit of Mexico increasing widows pensions to fit a month providing some suit able memorial for the soldiers and sailors of tbe union army who were In the south wUen the war began and did not Join the southern forces and directing that widows of soldiers buried In the national cemeteries may be burled beside their husband These recommendations will be incorporated In bills to bo presented to congress Commanderinchief Burtons ap pointments Include tho following Jet T Dow Kansas City Mo adjutant general Charles Burrows Rutherford N J quartermaster general Col D R StowlU Buffalo Inspector general L L Collins Minneapolis Minn Judge advocate general J Henry Heacorab Philadelphia assist ant general and custodian of records J Corle Wlnans Toledo 0 senior aidedecamp and thief of staff Saratoga No Y Charlos G Burton of Nevada Mo a former member of congress was elected Thursday corn manderinchief of tho Grand Army of the Republic which Is holding Its for tytint annual encampment hero Other officers looted by tho on campment wore as follows Lowls C Griffith Troy N Y senior vice com mander William M Scott Atlanta Go Junior vice commander Dr Lane Taneyhlll Baltimore Md surgeon general Bishop Samuel Fallows Chi- caGo cbaplalnluchtef Toledo 0 was selected as tho placo of meeting for the next encampment The date will bo fixed by the national council of administration Watterson Has Another Fire Louisville KlFlro width broke out late Wednesday afternoon for a second time endangered tho plants of the CourierJournal and Times and threatened to destroy that portion of tho CourierJournal omco building left Intact after the disastrous fire of ten days ago Tho flames wore brought under control with a loss of 25000 The Times was forced to abandon its last edition The origin of the fire which broke out on the top floor of tho building is unknown Banker Killed In Auto Wreck Plttsburg Pa President John Run nett of the Metropolitan National bank of Plttsburg is dead and Dr M C Cameron a prominent physician of his city Is seriously Injured as are suit of tho lattcrs automobile coming Into collision with a telegraph polo lato Thursday Llptons Challenge on way New York The Now York Yacht club received a cablegram Friday say ing that tho challenge of Sir Thomas Lipton for tho Americas cup made In the name of tho Royal Irish Yacht club was mailed to tile Now York Yacht club Friday Japanese Perish In Collision Roscburg OresA double end collision In which five Japanese were Millet and five wero seriously Injured occurred at Dillard station ten miles youth of here Thursday night t LUSITANIA DEFEATS SISTER Makes Trip from Queenttown to New York In Five Days Now York A new steamship record between a European port and New York has been made by the Cunard lines new giant turbine ship the Lusltanla which arrived here FridayThe Lusltania left Qucenstown the nearest transatlantic port to New York at 1210 p m Sunday The log of tho Lusltania gives her time of passage as five days and fifty four minutes and her time of arrival oft tho Sandy Hook lightship as 805 11 m Her averago speed according to her log was 2S01 knots per hour and tho days runs woro lava miles G56 G76 570 601 and 483 to the light ship a total distance of 2782 miles The Lusltanlas tlmo according to the log Is six hours and twenty nine minutes bettor than tho previous Queen townNew York record of five days and seven hours and twenty three minutes held by the Lucanla of tho same line While tho Lusltania line made a now record for the time a paesertger In actually on board ship she has not beaten tho average speed per hour recorded Tho Kaiser Wllholm II has made an avorago of 2158 knots per hour from New York to Plymouth and tho Doutschlund has a record of 2161 knots per hour overage to Plymouth RATES CUT AGAIN Mercantile Marino and Cunard Com panics Make Reduction New YorkThe International Mer I1nnouncodItho steamships Adriatic Baltic Cod rlc Arabia Celtic Mlnnehaha Mlnno tonka and Minneapolis to correspond with the reduction made by tho com pony recently on the Oceanic Majestic and Teutonic Later tho Cunard line announced a new schedule for its steamers sLow- Ing a further cut in addition to that of a few weeks ago The eastbound first cabin rate on tho Campania and Lucanla which had been 100 was cut to 7250 Tho rate on the Caronla and Carmanla recently reduced from 95 to 7650 was further cut to 7260 The rates on the Umbrla and Etrurla recently cut from 8250 to GO was further cut to 5760 Whether or not the rato on the new giant tur bine steamer Lusltanla will be cut the agents were unable to tell Torturer Confesses Crime Lincoln Ill Albert Wehr a paroled convict who was trailed by a bloodhound and arrested fol lowing tho torture and robbery of Mr and Mrs Warren Mun dy a wealthy couple in their Lincoln home Saturday night gave the police Information which led to the recovery of fGO of the loot The county authorities also say Wehr con fessed to taking part with two other men In the robbery The three mask ed men entered the Mundy home and forced Mr and Mrs Mundy to tell where the Money was hidden by ap plying lighted matches to their feet Break In Wire Strike Cleveland 0There was a decisive break In the local telegraphers strike Friday When eight fprmcr striking op orators including the vice president of the local telegraphers union returned to work with tho Postal Tele graph Cable company Defaulter Lacks Courage to Die Now Qrleans La Charles E Let ten chief clerk In the office of tho first district tax collector here who disap peared several days ago leaving a s srtago of over 100000 was discov ered Thursday afternoon standing on the bank of the Mississippi trying to summon up courage enough to Jump in the water and commit suicide Ho said he had started toward tho water sev eral tunes but each tlm his courage had failed him lie made a full con fession and was brought to tdtya- nd locked up I ROUND ABOUT THE STATE What Is Golnd on In DillerenidSections of CONDEMNED CATTLE As Diseased It Is Charged Then Pur chased Them For a Song Louisville KyDr Samuel Bradley city live stock inspector was arrested on a warrant sworn out by W W Da vies chairman of the board of public safety It Is alleged that Dr Bradley through a confederate Lawrence Schang purchased cattle which ho had condemned as diseased and after sending thorn to a farm near the city and fattening them sent thorn to the stock yards whero they were sold to butchers On their second ap pearance at tho stock yards Dr Bradley is alleged to have passed tho cattle as healthy and tile technical charge against him is that ho made false entries on his books Together with agents of the United States government Mr DavIes has been working on tho caso for several weeks and it is claimed have ample proof that Bradley and Schang did a thriving business Condemned steers are sold at 150 and are supposed to bo sent to tho glue factory It is charged also that Bradley and Schang made a practice of so curing hams which were diseased and of having them peddled In the poor quarters of tho city on Saturday nights at reduced rates TAYLOR WARRANTS SUSPENDED Action Taken By Lexington Court Granting Him Immunity Lexington KyIn the Franklin county circuit court Judge R L Stout entered an order suspending tho war rants Issued against W S Taylor for mer governor of Kentucky who is charged with complicity In the murder of William Goebel and who is a fugi Uvo in Indiana Tho action was ta ken on tho motion of Commonwealth Attorney R B Franklin for the purpose of allowing Taylor to return to Kentucky and testify in behalf of Caleb Powers who Is soon to bo tried the fourth time for tho Qoobel murder Two requisitions havo been mado upon governors of Indiana for Taylor and both wero refused Attorney Franklin in a statement says that it is for the purpose of BotUng TaylO to make a statement in open court that his presence is wanted at the trial by the com monwealth oven though ho comes as a defense witness Last Debt to Be Paid Frankfort KyFwb or three years ago tho state of Kentucky paid all its debts except 25000 in bonds The owners of these bonds would not a1 low tho state to tako them up but the state sinking fund commission was no titled that tho bonds had been sent to a Frankfort bank for collection and they wilt bo paid promptly This will complete to tho last cent the work of paying off tho state debt by tho present demorraUc admtnistraUon A Fathers Threat Louisville Ky Whllo crazed by liq nor and with shotgun in hand Jackson Taylor a stonemason said ho was go- Ing to clean out tho whole family and go back to tho mountains His son Harry 20 grappled with him while Charles another son telephoned to the police When the officers arrived on tho scene they found father and son still struggling for possession of the weapon Taylor was disarmed and ar rested Fairbanks Will Attend Louisville Kyffho directors of the Kentucky state fair received a tele gram from Vice President Fairbanks accepting an invitation to attend the fair which will be held in this city at Churchill Downs Mr Fairbanks will attend tho fair Friday September 20 Southern Indiana day and will do liver aft address As An Independent Candidate Louisville KyA petition urging Mayor Robert W BIngham to mako the race for mayor as an independent candidate has been circulated among the clergymen of the city tho past ten days and Ills said that nearly every Protestant minister In tho city has signed the paper Got the Limit Paducah KyFlvo years in the pen Itentlary the fullest penalty was given to Ed Wave colored who shot Patrol man Sam Howell Wavo knew that Howcll had elected Peck Ratcllffe colored from a dance hall and having a grudge against tho officer secured a shotgun and camo near killing him Larked Rabbits Foot Lexington Ky When shooting at a strange man at Dead Mans Corner Third and Georgetown streets Wm Davis missed his aim and tho bullet struck John Taylor a negro in tho side seriously wounding him Davis escaped Throo men havo been killed at the corner within three years All They Got Was Two Site Covlngton KyBurglars entered the post office at DemossvHIe on tho K C division of tho L N by cutting a panel out of tbo door All they got was 25 cents as the postmaster Wm Clark took tho earnings of the dry and the stamps home with him Painters Sign at Last Paducah KyEvery building con tractor in Paducah Is employing union men Contracting painters signed tho scale for 320 for eight hours work They are the last bosses to come across The atrlke bean May 1 FARMER INDICTED For Shooting at Auto In Which Governors Wife Was Riding Owcnsboro KyJoe Ruxcr a farm or has been indicted on the charge of having discharged a pistol at an auto mobile containing Mrs J C W Beck ham wife of the governor of the state and a party of friends Mrs Beckham who was an Owens boro girl was hero visiting friends Tho tanners in this vicinity have been complaining of tho speed of ma chines on the highways and when the motor containing Mrs Beckham reach ed a bridge on a much traveled thor oughfare a man on horseback demand ed that the chauffeur The horseman thodrivebover his head and forced the automobile to wait several minutes while too denounced automoblllsts la bitter terms When tho machine started ho fired several shots and Mrs Beckham and Uie other women dropped to the bottom of the car ONLY TEMPERANCE MEN Should Be Supported By Methodist Declares the Resolution Frankfort KyAt the Kentucky Methodist conference tho feature of tho session was tho introduction of a resolution by ROT T B Cook com mending Gov Beckham for his enforce went of the law against Sabbath dese cration and calling attention to the struggle between the temperance peo pie and the anU temperance forces now being waged In the state The resolution urges that the members of the Methodist church support no man of any political party who is not heartily and fully in favor of advanced legisla tion against the saloon and its evils It is expected that this resolution will be incorporated in tho report of the committee on temperance Following an address by Prof C M Gilbert of the Colored Methodist school at Augusta Ga a collection of 1014 was taken up for its benefit Clemency Shown By Roosevelt London Ky Through President Roosevelts executive clemency Mrs Adalino Rose one of tho most notes ous moonshiners In the mountains of Southeastern Kentucky now a federal prisoner at this place will bo released from prison and from a Sao of 1000 Sho will return to her homo in the mountains of Jackson county where for over 17 years according to her own story sho bas been actively and suc cessfully engaged with a thoroughly organized gang of moonshiners in mak- Ing and selling whisky in open viola tion of tho laws of tho county state and United States IALexington KyIn his effort to snatch a pocketbook from Myrtle Thur man of Lawrenceburg here William Brookins almost tore tho womans mid die finger from her hand Tho chain handle of the pocketbook was wrapped around her finger Tho woman grabbed the negro and held him until the police arrested him- Turfmans Father Dies ML Sterling Ky Peter L Brad shaw 69 a farmer died suddenly of heart disease at his home in this coun ty Ho leaves a widow and three chit dren John Bradshaw tho Lexington turfman Mrs Chas OConnell Wash tngton D C and Everett Bradshaw Wllllamsport Pa- Cawfriage to Horse Breeders Lexington rPrat M A Scovell and Jouett Shouse of this city weraIappointed members of the commutes on breeding carriage horses of the American Breeders association They will assist Secretary W M Hays pro pare a report at tho annual meeting at Washington D 0 In January Saddle Horse Breeders Lexington KyT J Hooper pro fessor of animal husbandry at Stats college and Hon M Mortimer Lover ing both of this city have been ap pointed memboro of the committee of breeding American saddle horses by W M Hayes secretary of tho Amer loan Breeders association Woman Shot During Duel Danville Kydleniamin Patterson and John Williams fought a pistol duel In the crowded streets here Mrs John Williams who was with her husband was shot through the arm Neither man was hurl Patterson is charged with mistreating Williams sister and is awaiting trial natal Bee Stings Danville Kr Physicians attending B F Firrell a wealthy farmer ol this county who sucked hone bees Into his windpipe and WU stung by them a week ago fear that he will not recover Seek to Eject Strikers Barboursville Ky Claiming that 5C union miners have violated their wago scale agreement the HughesJolllco Coal Co instituted ejectment proceed ings against them Tho men went out on a strike and operations aro at s standstill Ranks Are Thinned Glasgow KyTim twentythird ant nual reunion of the Orphan Brigadq was hold bore and out r t the 0000 that answered the call for aid only 150 were present 60 less than the ese tire number living v fotllafotlol 00oeoeo000000000O0800eoO- i I East Kentucky Correspondence f News You Get Nowhere Else 1 6 Q j no correspondence paUlihed sales signed In toll by tilt writer Tilt rampo It not for pablicattoa bit a an irldinc of good talk Write pUliljr 0 oofoeoeofotiofotlocoiofofc ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISriITANTA Sept 17Mrs J E Hammond gave birth toa tlno girl on tho 16thMrs Lizzie Gadd who has been sick so long Is no better Hiram Thacker bought a tine mulo from Charles Drew for 150 Lightning struck a tree In front of Anglln Bros store at max and shocked them very badly Jacob Hubbard and wife passed thru hero today They have been visiting friends In Jackson CountyCharley Fields and Mottle Hainey were quietly married at the home of the bride on the 14th InstA K Abney and wlte attended church at Scaffold Cane SundayWm Mullins and wife of Orlando visited on Clear Creek last 1 wecjSrrG V Owens was In Mt V- infflgtiast week on business Anglin Bros are closing out their stock of goods at Climax Edward McHone has bought the John B Flgg tarm on the head of Clear CreekJ E Jlc Gulre and wife of Rockford were visit Ing friends on Clear Creek Sunday Wm Sparks of Jackson County was visiting A T Abney SaturdayS R Croucher lost a good horse lost week R J Abney Is building a new house OOOC1ILASI Sept 9James Lunsford Is doing a hustling business selling backI John Anglin contemplates to Clear Creek In the naer futurej Tom Gabbard cut his foot very badly with an ax ThursdaySeveral of the boys left here today for Hamilton OI Miss Etta Sparks called on on Big Hill last weekW C friendsI lips Kenneth Lunsford R H lips and W H Jones attended church at Pine Grove Sunday night lary E Jones called on Eliza Lunsford Sunday lost Chris Clark of McCrackt was in Goochland Friday on businessI John Mason Phillips is making cross- ties for Mr Jonos Kenneth Lunsfoi was in Wlldlo Friday on business Frank Hampton is building a dwcl ing house for Joe Martin Albert PhilI lips was In Berea last week Helii Pennington and Tuck Anglin have e turned from Hamilton OElsn Phi Martha Jones attended churc1 Jas11iSept 1C Regular services were held Church last Saturday and G1Ethe Rev of Paris Ky is visiting home folk at this place Sol Saylor is on the sick UstG L Wren Is out again af tor a few days llness HDLeavltt Is after two weeks Illness of a MatIItieLambert one and J H Lambert were In I Berea Saturday on business Mta Nellie Grant visited Talitha Coyle onI Sunday Miss Jennie Chasteen is visiting relatives in Dlsputanta this weekI Mr and Mrs James Lambert were guests of the Rev J L Lambert Sun dayMrs Diary Wren is reported quite illDr Robinson of Berw passed through here on his way to Conway onoday last week Our Sun day school at this place is getting along nicely with A D NIckles aa I suptMrs Joe Leavitt visited Mrs I Wattle Wren Sunday ovenlngjMls I Bertha Rich of Rockford visited Ml r Agnes Bolen Sunday LEE COUNTY IIANFOUIK SepL IGMra Holt Russell of Clay City has been visiting Mrs Harry Shattucks of this place the past twi weeksMIss Mattle Smith and Will Lunsford wore married at the home of the bride last Thursday September 121 Their many friends hope that the new life which they have Jystentored may be one of contentment and happiness I Miss LU e Gray of Mt Eagle vis- Ited Miss Callie Smith last week and was one of the attendants fat the a SmlthLunford wedding Mrs Mad Wall has been on the puny list for a few days Some think it because she did not do herself justice at the wedding supper Mrs Harry Shattuok I and Mrs Holt Russell were the guest of Mrs Edna Cecil last Sunday Dale White of Clay City Is visiting his sis ter Mrs Sam Young of this laceI Albert Begley has been on the sick list for several days- LAUREL COUNTY CONGO j Sept 13Mlsls Pearl Howard of Chicago is visiting relatives hero Mrs Jane Brown and Mrs Martha Howard who have been visiting friend id this part for some time will leave for home Tuesday This section had a severe storm last Saturday night which did much damage to crops Con slderlng the velocity of the storm and the damage done it is remarkable I that no lives were lostElmer Vaugh has the typhoid fever but is not ser I iously nlArch Bales visited F Reams school Friday Mrs T Jj goaoooofouovofollofaoeofou Young visited her parents Mr and I Mrs P F Reams Sunday Miss Lu cy Reams and her school paid J 11- I Bales school a visit Friday The sup crlntendent J K Lewis gave an In tcrestlng and practical talk Indorsing the work done by these two teachers lsundny was the communion meet The Rev W T Dry ant and the Rev B Asher prenched two Instructive sermons to a large congregation The teachers association at Twin Branch Saturday was well attended Many talks wero made that inspired teachers to do better work than beforeJ F Reams Is erecting a fine cottage on his place which will add much to the worth 0 the farm Tho baby child of Mr and Mrs Charles Williams died last week Mrs Lucy Bales contemplatees visiting her son J S Bales at Springfield Ill Sept 17thJ F Reams will fill his regular appointment at Pleasant Grove Church Saturday and SundayAunt Jane May who is o1ose to 90 years old is very ill at this writing JACKSON COUNTY- MCKIE Sept 1GMr and Mrs G I Rai er entertained Mr and Mrs Allen and the faculty of McKee Academy bst Saturday evening The Farmers In jtltute held here last week was tai iy well attended and much Interest was manifested by some of the tart jrs Among the most noted guests jf McKee Hotel this week were Judge Faulkner Atty Lewis Mr Tom 1I100re md Dr B L Bruner Dr Brunt spoke to a large and enthusiastic aud- Ience last Monday in tho court room tte is a plain but forceful spoke md laid bare many Instances of mil nanagement and graft of the preset State officials Every citizen and ax payer of the county should come out on Sept 2G1 and hoar the Hot Augustus E Wlllson dlscuae tpe yet leal issues of the State eampalgn Circuit court was in session here lai reek The Grand Jury returned fowol ndlctmentB than have been returns by any Grand Jury for several iJarsI past We hope that this Is of better observance of the laws tlHlo lRllt1Sundaevening at 7 IIIUnLF and his Illlnolison Grove are visiting friends and relatives nt UlliOctoberhas been staying with her slater Mr Dave Gabbard for some time will via It home folks on Horse Lick nex weeklUlton Johnson enttertalne quite a number of friends Saturday 111ght in honor of his brother Ellsbi Johnson of Illinois All enjoyed a nic- etlmeDave McCollum of near Wal iceton is visiting friends and cola tlvea here this week We were glad to hear from the new correspondent at Carico Everybody in this vlelnlt Is making preparations for the asaocl atlon Sept 27 28 20Ida King of- Olin passed thru here Saturday on- her way to McKee Loula Gabbarc of Waneta is visiting her grandmoth er Mrs Louisa Gabbard at Hurlej thls wek AKNVIILK Sept l4Mrs Splcey Johnson and I her son Frank aro visiting relatlval In Breathltt county this irking is now in progress It was- badly I needed owing to the heavy rain fall MIscos Jessie Radei relaItlvesRay Akeman has traded to Alfred Trewltt his house and lot for a team of horses and a wagon Wo were en named last Tuesday and Wednesday nlghtll by Mr Kirk and Henry Ingram I two Berea College students showingImnny beautiful scenes of gentlemen also gave a good temperance lecture with scenes of ten nights in a j bar room Everybody was pleased with their scholarly attainments John Hunley has the contract to carry mall from Peoples post office to the- new postofflce of Olln Annvllle IB- now a money order postofflce Mrs Maud Neal visited Mrs Mollie Webb Sunday Miss Georgia Akeman Is on a visit to her aunts in Coving ton this week Mrs Blackburn Gam blo and a Miss Evans of Broathltt county visited Miss Mattlo Medlock recenUMost of the sick in this pari- aro convalescent at present Harry Eversolo of South Fork passed thru- here last week on his way from Berea where ho had taken his brother Joe to Berea College Mrs R Helton IB- being congratulated on the birth of u- fino boy Monday Charley Moore of Welchburg was hero today with a load of watermelons Melons hero are very- scarce and Inferior in qualltyToday- and Sunday ia the regular monthly meeting hero Everyone looks eagerly for the time when they can hear Dro Anderson Cornelius Cap C nI Top Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address T J OSBORNE Berea Ky glm of near Middle Fork was in Ann vlllo today Dona Medlock is staying with Lizzie Johnson while thu Intters mother Is In Breathltt FOXTUWN Sept 10 Circuit court convened at McKee Monday and almost everybody from this place went Mrs II J Lakes visited Mrs Polly Fox last Sun dayThe Rev Joseph Ward fllloo his appointment at Wind Cave Saturday and Sunday William Lak08 made a business trip to Panola latt week Several of this place routem plato going to the association at DWallow the 18thMr and Mrs Inck Morris of this place havo gone to Ham- Ilton 0 to mako their future lion We hate to give up such men as Mr Morris BUUIUK FOIIK Sept 7Tle making and hauling aro being rushed In this vicinity Rev James Baker filled his resular appointment at this place Sunday There was quite a large crowd prlllt mtDan Lear and ndr Drownlnc of Carico wore at Woe Angels Flay evening on business Th re wer several visitors at Mr George John ions school Friday evening Mr and Mrs Green Parker gave the boys and girls a bean stringing Saturday DiehL Ml report a good UmeL S Flta hugh of Wllmoro 1ytis 18IU1 riends and fishing here this week Green Lake of Evergreen aUeftded ihuroh hero SundayBen TMMJT b been visiting his deter Un NanDIe Summers of Livingston this week- Joe Tuseey bought a yoke of tilers rom Cap Wilson for ittW went- glad to hear from the eorrawoixta at Evergreen in the lost CltiMa- KKKliV KMIIt Sept 1GThe Rev Daniel Clemo filled his appointment at this place aturday and Sunday and WM vtattlld by the Rev Joe Jones and otlHtr reaching brethren A large crowd was present and baptismal servie were held at three oclock near Aan owolla Those who were bapU were SUprman Baker Nannlo Slap annie E Powell FloMle loU Nora Powell Myrtle Click Mary Kirby and Addle Durham Thorn are oil ers who will be baptized at the next meeting Protracted meeting was held at the Gnuwy Spring church Jut week Several were added to the church and baptismal services went- hehl Saturday at ten oclock on the Rook Lick creak Richard Moborl IB very ill at Pete Powells Henr Click Is on the sick list The supps held at the schoolhouse here Saturday night of last week was a success A large crowd was present and all had- a good time The proceeds of the supper which were U190 will be uHd for the benefit of the Sunday School and as a help for papering and plnt- Ing the church houseMr Pete Pow eUs family called at James Clicks unday evening on their way fron church and several being present all enjoyed themselves eating waterm- elIsMr and Mrs Jake Perkins via ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS- REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CON BROS Lancaster Ky H YDEN CITIZENS BANK transacts a general banking business We invite you specially to place at- leat a portion of your account with liS whether large or small oJ f aJDe HYDEN KY i v f I ited at G W Johnsons Saturday sight They will leave In a few days for Ohio to mako their homo thero for a while Several from this Iolnlty I attended circuit court at McKee lalt week Quite a number are planning to attend the association at Door Wallow this week Wo have had plenty of rain this season and rom crops are very good although corn I badly entangled by tho wlnd4l1ss Nannle William was the guest of Myrtle Click Sunday night Mr Ind Mrs James Wllllama spent Blind night with their daughter Mrs Lyoo Click KNOX COUNTY OIL PLANS New work is In sight for Knox count oil field Pennsylvania capitalists have lately secured looses on several thousand acres of parUy tested territory 10 the Tye Bend region and within a fe days drilling will bo started Tho ne work will be started on the lIawlt lease on which several wells were I drilled three years ago All the walks with few exception showed 011 I and a numberof excellent gawers WMe has been proven in Knox county and a drilled A gas belt of great ext Dt movement it now under way for plpli the product of wall to the more Sm portant towns of Southeaatarn Kentucky A pipe line will be laid frenD Uarbourvillo to Corbla at once SCHOOL TIME HAS COMES hoola are opening and the time for book and study has come again I Let us make a few good resolutionI ta few and stick to them A- puptla let as resolveI Pint that we shall do each day I we shall do sonic l1tlr oomI for a fellow atudc I Third that we shall do nothing at- I my time to make us respect ouruelv 1108 as teachers let us resolve I Pint that we shall try to love every ohlkl who conies under our Influ once 0 I8ec1Ond that we shall let patlenc taro her perfect work Third that wesball constantly boa In mind that the measure of our en huslasrn Is the measure of our influence Then as parents let us resolve I First that wo shall allow nothing except what Is absolutely unavoldabl to Interfere with the childs work at chool I Second that wo shall find no fault with school matters in his proeauoe I Third that If we can not manage lUccoesfully 4he 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