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Ir ooooeeeaS O S BEREA PUBLISHING Ci tInconroAThLI1a 0 o E ALBERT C08K Ph Manager S- RflkrrdaSthe aSe1keaXyUHCOnd oWoI vuiffuilr g 000000000008000 IX Five cent a COUNTY 20 1007 Ono Dollar a year No w ts OF A WEEK Moro Exposures of Standard Oil Methods President to Start on Western TripDad WreckIA settee of hearings which havo boon held In Now York In the case of tho Government against tho Standard Oil Company of New Jersey which owns nil the take companies thru which tho Standard doos business have shown enormous profits and have completely proved the justice of thee 29240000 tine Imposed on tho Standard Oil Company of Indiana by Judge Landta It was shown that the profits of thisHtako company woro 10116082 In 1900 and 18753410 In 1906 Other things shown In tho hearing wore that Mr Rockfoler owns 247692 shares of tho company worth about 100000000 much more than any one else and that tlio oil corn pany had evaded the laws in many ways One of the offsets of these hearings baa been to turn oven thoso who have been dotendlng the Stand nrd against It and It is said that tho company will be foreed to reorganluc It was decided Tuesday by Judge Landls la the United States District rt In Chicago that tho Chicago Alton railway shall not be furth er prosecuted for Its connection with granting of rebates between Whiting Ind nod Host St Louis Illinois It was claimed by Attorney General Bonaparte whose letter was read to the court by District Attorney Sims that Mr MorrUon the predeceawr of Mr Sims in office had promised Immunity to the Alton read provided It assisted In good faith In tho pros ocutton of the Standard Oil Company Fourteen men aeeused of aiding In the stealing of some 11100000 from the State of Pennsylvania by paddcJ bills and fraudulent ooatraea connect ed with Ute building of the new state capitol were arrested lost week It was BMOuated that there was no In I tention to arrest oxGot Pannypaeker Provident Roosevelt will leave Oyster Hay next Monday on a trip thru the Middle West whisk will last till nearly the end of October He will dedicate the M KluIey Memorial at Canton and will lnpe t the Mlwltrip pi River meeting the governors of twentythree staleoa on the trip of State Bllhu Root try which will make It easier to main lain peace In Central Aroorlta Ho Nomed recovered from tho Dispatches from all over tho country showed that tho fall bUII tacos had opened up well and proved again that Wall Streets troubles need nut worry the plain American as long as the crops are good Cardinal Gibbons the leading morn ber of the Roman Catholic Church In this country ws AttAoked and badly shaken In Baltimore by a tramp to whom ho had refused to give money Five people members of a sect called Parhoraltes were arrested in Zion City 111 accused of torturing to death Mrs Lotltla Grccnhaulgh Blxlyfpur years old a crlllploI After pleading In rain to be per I mitted to see John J Willie n weal thy man In Now York Mrs Margaret 1Carter shot nut killed herself in his house Tlw bodies of Pros and Mrs Mo Klulcy wore moved to the mausoleum i4ianton which will bo dedicated by J President next wMk righting was resumed in Morocco the French troops beating a body of Mourn and killing many Forty persons were killed and thirty four injured In a collision on the Mexican Central Railway The epidemic of ttolera which Is weeping Russia has already cawed 23ZO deaths NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS The great Increase In the circula tion ot The Citizen this summer which inakoH tho paper Cost us moro and at tho Banio tlmo gives advertisers in our columns much grontor advantages has made it nooewmry for us to Increase the prlco of all kinds of advertising Tho new ratos will go Into effect on Oct 1 Advertisers now having con tracts with The Citizen will not bo af 4 fected during tho lifo of the contract but all now contracts signed or slnglo Insertion taken after that dato will bo at tho higher price Tho Increase however will not bo so largo but that The Citizen will still remain the best advertising medium at the rates charged in Eastern Ken THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People IVol c1yMADISON KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER Mexloojto carllIlr advertisements tuckrI IN OUR OWN STATE Now Turn In Goebel Murder Case Involves Turner Igo and YoungSan ford SUto Bankers Meet A new turn was given to the Caleb Powers case by an affidavit of a Mrs Lulu Clark In Indianapolis saying that she heard Turner Igo toll young Sanford son of Attorney Sanford who was killed by Goebel that he had killed Goebel and that Igo had after ItIThisshooting which has long been held by lacta10fmother who Is Insane often that he did It Turner Igo Is now said to be dead and Sanford has not been definitely heard from In years though he Is said to tin In the Philippines IDr S W Adkins one of the best doctors In Rockcastle county was shot and dangerously wounded in Mount Vernon not tar from tho courthouse last Friday evening by Lawyer C a Williams ono of tho leading attorneys In Southeastern Kentucky Williams says that Adklus cursed him slapped him In tho face and poked him In tho breast with a pistol and pilltolIMrs Adklns in a suit for divorce alto brought against her husband last Pall Joseph Harslet yhllo returning from camp meeting at Jutnbo In Lin coln county was shot from ambush Tho officers have been unable to OB tabllih a clew Over two hundred anti fifty bankers of Kentucky attended tub State Associ ation Convention In Louisville last week Henry Clews a lending banker ot New York made the principal address RovI monument to fellow pioneer which will bo unveiled on October 6 with appropriate core monies Tho raGIng stable of Mr James R Keeno promises this year to eclipse all records either for America or olio whero In tho amount of Its winnings Soon after tho metropolitan season had opened and tho Kcono horses had begun to show their form tho expec tation was entertained that Mr Kcono would set n high water mark for the American turf surpassing his own previous record and reaching an ap proximate total of 225000 Collns victory In the Futurity last Saturday brought tho earnings ot tho stable for this year up to tho first of September well over tIle 300000 mark and pre dictions aro now being freely made that tho close of tho season will see a remarkable total of nearly 40000- 0ITho Kentucky Farmer and Breeder = rfltflSe St ocroERJotT Jjys of flaming Mb V rory tasteand weexJkwa ihriita tfwatered fruit 3nd jmerevl wid- WIt uri hr Itet us wtf H5 yield1 5 t tliAl RUMORS OF ATTEMPT TO Kill Thern wore reports in Berea this week that throats had been made against Marlon McQueen who Is prac ProscIoral years ago Tho report was I McQueen had been shot at from the brush twice once when ho was work- Ing in tho woods and again when he was entering his own door at night and that he bad boon warned that hot had only two weeks to live So far as could be learned there la nothing to show who did tho shooting- I At tho time of tho killing Malakote disappeared and was not scon In these parts till recently when he returned and won arrested Ho is now in jail at Richmond McQueen Is said to have seen the killing IA bulletin Just Issued by the Cen Ins Bureau shows that Kentucky ranks third In tho United States In tho production of chewing tobacco smoking tobacco and snuff though tho production In 1905 was worth a million and a half dollars less than In 1900 Tho value of tho production in 1005 was 113117000 The value of the to tat production in 1900 was 1498419 Tho cost of raw materials In 1005 was 5200595 and In 1900 it was 5 221267 Tho miscellaneous expenses in 1005 amounted to 4687741 and In 1000 to 7182022 Thero were fiftyfour factories run ning in 1905 capitalized at 21208823 and otnploylng 2711 wago earners with total wngbs amounting to TCO OC3 Thoro woro flftynlno factories In operation In 1900 Their total cap talteatlon was 3486708 and they employed 3187 wage earners with to tal wage amounting to 8001 The value of tho cigars and cigarettes manufactured In the State in 1001 was 1726042 The production In 1900 was valued at 16MU Thero woro 1S4 factories making them In 1905 and ISO in 1000 Their total capitalisation In 1908 was fl4MS8fi and In 1900 1105303 IPeoplo good enough for selfgovern mont It- Humanity enjoys moro freedom today than over before since the world began There Is only ono thing worth fight tag for talking for writing for and that Is freedom Every government nxlsta by Vie con sent of tho governed and people get about tho kind of government thoy deserve Tho law In America is for tho poo plo of tho people and by tho people and when this is not tho ease the people aro themselves to blame I Japs Ip South America Japanese merchants who spodk both Spanish and English are steadily ex tending their trade In the larger cities of the west coast of South America THE ELECTION NEXT YEAR campaignisfor President next year Bryan is weaker than ever before among his own people but every one expects him to be the Democratic standard bearer But the fact Republicans tion is really Is Theodore Roosevelt the best man The plain citizens of this country want some one who will carry on the work Roosevelt has started but this heed not be Roosevelt Secretary Taft is a man whom placeHe i that he can do it lip would not be another Roosevelt but he would give as good government as Roosevelt Besides Roosevelt has promised not to run again and it is not good to make a man break his word And then Americans do not believe in having one man in office too long Many of the men who are hollering for a third term are secret enemies of the ome hope that they can get delegates for him and that when he re fuses to run they can stampede them for some man of their own Some hope that he will be defeated because So many object to a third term and some expect there will be hard times and they can make him take the blame Are these good men to trust Will they help the party win The Citizen thinks not So The Citizen which is for Roosevelt is with him in not wanting him to run again and is with him in want uphisthat all real Roosevelt Republicans will feel the same wayMITH THE CANDIDATES Mr Willson Speaks in Richmond Judge Hager Worn Out in Vain Effort to Check Republican Tide Tho state campaign has been grow ing hotter as time has gone on and the difference between Mr Willson Republican candidate and JUdgo thI the nominee of tho Democratic Is showing more and more Mr NVlHson has bcon making votes where over he goes and his trip through the Blue Grass has evidently given him groat strength there His address yesterday in Richmond was heard by- a recordbreaking crowd Judge Hager meanwhile is working desperately to dam tho flood which he sees setting toward Mr Willson Even The CourierJournal the lead Ing Democratic newspaper admits that oC1CortsIs speaking in four or five places a day but seldom gets a good crowd and his speeches are growing weaker and weaker as ho gets tired Other Democratic leaders are also showing tho strain Reports that have reached The Cit izen from several places show there Is a more confident feeling among the Republicans than there has been for several years past Almost all of them believe that tho people are at last awakening to tho true situa tion at Frankfort and that tho vote for Mr Willson this fall will be so heavy that It cannot bo counted out oven under tho Democratic law The Citizen Is greatly pleased by thoso re ports but wishes to romlnd tho work era everywhere that the governor Will not bo elected till tho last voto Is counted and that no fooling of confi donoe however strong should pro vont every mans working his hardest till that tlmo for tho Republican tick et and all that It stands for Another libel against the Republi cans of Kentucky was exposed this wesk when Secretary Doylo of tho i United States Civil Service Commission who came from Washington to I Investigate tho charges that po litical nseoflsment had been levied on Federal office holders at Lexing ton said after an investigation that there was not foundation for tho charges John 1C Hendrick In n speech at Harrodaburg admitted tho dangor to tho Democratic tloket when he said that the Dmoomts had com to spend half their time abusing oaeh other land that a nomination was now no longer tho same as an election HxUnltod States Senator E W earmark It is snld would announce soon that ho would bo n candidate for Governor of Tennessee Tho Democratic State Campaign Committee announces tho Itinerary of William J Bryan who will spend Oct ober 7 and 8 In Kentucky spookIng In tho interest of the Democratic ticket Tho special train will leave Louisville the morning of tho first day and Mr Bryan will speak at the principal points between Loulsvlllo and Russ llvllle1 From Russollvillo tho train will go to Owensboro The second day will be spent between Henderson and Fulton Tho last speech will be at Murray I VicePresident Fairbanks was en i thusiastically welcomed at Louisville and twelve thousand people applauded a speech he delivered there CHARGES OF FRAUD MADE Democrats Said to Have Padded Rolls In Franklin County Elections The Citizen last week made a few remarks about common honesty In pol itical things and particularly In elec tions Since that editorial was written tho Loulsvlllo Herald has published a report which seems to show that things I much worse than were believed have been done I The Herald publishes figures taken from a single precinct in Franklin County tho famous Bailey precinct which was returned as having given a unanimous vote against Morris B Belknap and for Gov Beckham It says that it has beon proven that in that precinct 220 votes wcro counted I whllo there were only 115 voters in the precinct I nl1lthestub books show that votes wero cast In tho names of dead men of men who I had left the precinct and even of trees clothing and other things Some of the names quoted by the Herald IllS being voted for Coy Beckham are Mr Oak B Beach E Elm H Hick ory S SIckamore A Apple P Pear P Plum B Briar R Raspberry L- Log C Chip R Rock F Fence S Spring R Road C Creek H House T Table P Floor F Fire P Pike C Chair O Gates B Barr B Box H Shoos L Pants E Vest K Jeanes Wi Wagon B Cup contluhcd I Tho Citizen of course has no know ledge of the truth of those charges I but the reputation of Tho Loulsvlllo Herald Is well known and that paper I says that tho facts alleged have been absolutely proven Charges of frauds of this kind havo frequently been i made against tho Democrats and as is well known the recent election in Louisville was declared void because of fraud Tho Citizen has not heard that suit for libel has been brought by any of tho mon Involved In Frank tblsjquestion for a party that would commit such frauds or that would pass a law under which such things are possible IDamaacus Delng Modernized said to bo the oldest of living cities Is losing Its character tbroughIancient streets The motive power for these Installments Is derived from the harnessing of tho river falls 22 miles oil Three and a half miles of the street railway aro already being rnlhvnyItime emporium ot tho slowmoving I caravan soaoeooooo3eeess 0 o The Citizen is Growing Rap g Idly Let Yeur Business g X- oKeep Pace With It By Adver 3 tlslng f 808000808008080000 t THINGS TU THINK OFa- IhI I I I I H1MHM 1111I I II II 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Jefferson County For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM 11 COX of Mason County J For For tlJJUIESFRANK P JAMES of Mercer County For Treasurer j EDWARD FARLEY of McCracken County 1 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 of Henry County For Clerk Court of Appeals INAPIERSILER ADAMS 3rd district County Cou- ntyiIIIIIIIiIhIIlIIIIIIiIlI NOTHING IN THE PAPER Often you pick up ono of the local papers and glancing at the head lines wearily thrust It aside remarkIng Nothing Intho paper today Did you over stop to think what that phrase Nothing In the paper today means It means In the day or week Just passed no misfortune hnaIbefallen any ono In our city that no fire has wiped out a neighbors world ly goods that the grim angel of death has crossed no threshhold of a friend that no man driven by liquor hatred or fear has taken the life of a fellow human that no poor devil haunted by the past or tho misdeeds of some other han crossed the divide by his own hand that many things that ought not to happen have not happened So the next time you pick up a paper that doesnt announce a tragedy give a little thanks instead of grumbling because there Is no newsGlas t gow Republican 1Thatmay ever so must also be wise to grow That to be poor without losing selrtrespect or a sense of enjoyment fine art r That kindness of any true must bo expressed in terms of the refcipient not of the donor fnndful talent Hares and tortoises still run races Exchange Praise your children for everything they do well Pralso your wife for everything she does well II Pralso your husband for everything ho does well Jj Pralso your brothers and sisters for everything they do well ilthingPralso everybody for everything UtlyIdo to mako tho world happier or ter I NEWS AND FEATURES 1 ON OTHER PAGESIt 1MOK TWO Serial The Uuus of n Tlimmmt ml us Tim Snmlny fcluiql Lruon Itarni Help anil 8uBEetlon t 1AOH TII1U1K Nnw of llerifi jfCIIOjI ItcinaSA Demuonilhi YlmriAGU Foul JIIJUt StiMimvr Wrrcknl The Youth Drpiirtinviit1AOM Mnnn Work nml AVoiiinniA Story 1 Trmpeninca itescVAOI3 SIX The School roblrnn tOr the Dlitrlct- Srlidol br1ro Dlnimore The rnrm Tho Wood Lot- rACIUSHVKji flnlerril Jfew Decent State tfcwu PAGE EIGHT fnit rn Kentucky Correspondence OUR SERIAL II THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aitstr 1181 MAIN CHANCE ZKUA DAMEION Etc cPJ neb 190J bj BobbtMtrrlll Ca CHAPTER XXVII Continued Then they were silent and I heard I m futilely striking a match when suddenly the lantern fell Its wires rattling as It struck the ground and tho two exclaimed with renewed mer riment upon their misfortune- If you will allow me I called out fumbling In my pocket for my own matchboxI sometimes thought that there is really some sort of decent courtesy to me An old man caught In a rough path that was none too good at best I And a girl oven though my enemy But these were notxl fancy the reflections that crossed my mind at the moment Ahvlts Jack exclaimed my grand father Marian was showing me the the way to tho gate and our light went out Miss Dovereux I murmured I have I hope an icy tone for persons who have incurred my displeasure and I employed it then and there with no doubt Its fullest value She and my grandfather were grop- Ing in the dark for the lost lantern and I putting out my hand touched her ungloved fingers I beg your pardon she murmured frostily Then I found and grasped the Ian tern One moment I said and III see whats the trouble I thought my grandfather took pt but the flamo of my wax match showed her fingers clasping the wlro frame The cloak slipped away showing her Arms soft curve tho blue and white of her bodice tho purple blue of vio e lets and for a second I saw her face with a smile quivering about her lips t My grandfather was beating the ground Impatiently with his stick urg ing us to leave tho lantern and go on Let it alone ho said Ill go down through the chapel theres a lantern In there somewhere Im awfully sorry she said but 1 recently lost my best lantern To be sure she had I was angry thttinightIngs notes in the passage at the Door of BewildermentShe the lantern now and I was striving to touch the wax taper to the wick with Imminent danger to my bare fingers They dont really light well when the oils out she observed with an exasperating air of wisdom 1 took It from her hand and shook it close to my ear Yes of course Its empty I mut tered disdainfully and throw it from me Oh Mr GlMinrm she cried turning away toward my grandfather- I heard his stick beating the rough path several yards away Ho was hastening toward Glcnartn House I think Mr Glonarm has gone homeOh that Is too bad she ex claimedThank you lIes probably at tho permitNot at nil A man in tho sixties should not tax his arteries too severely I was quite suro that my grandfather ran up tho chapel steps I could hear his stick beating hurriedly on the stones If you wish to go fartherI be gan I was indignant at my grandfathers conduct ho had deliberately run off leaving me alone with a young woman whom I had resolved never to see againThank you I shall go back now I was merely walking to the gate with Mr Glenarm It Is so fine to have him back again so unbelievable It was Just such a polite murmur as one might employ In speaking to an old too at a friends table stepthentoward 8t Agathas I followed un certain hesitating marking her dean Ito onward fight From the folds of her cloak stole the faint perfume of violets The sight of her tho sound createandtoI was seeking some colorless thing 1o say when she spoke over her shoul der You are very kind but I am not the least afraid Mr Glenarm Hut there is something I wish to say to you now that we havo met I should like She slackened her step YesI going away Yea of course you are going away Her torso Implied that this was some tiring that had been ordained from the beginning of time anti did not matter And I wish to soy a word about IVIr Pickering 1 added She paused and faced me abruptly We were at the edge of the wood and the school lay quite near She r caught the cloak closer about her and gavo her head a little toss I remem bered well as a trick compelled by the vagaries of womans headdress- I cant talk to you here Mr Glen arm I had no Intention of over see- Ing you again but I must say this to you Those notes of Pickerings I shall ask Mr Glenarm to givo them to you as a mark of esteem from mo- She stopped backward M though I had struck her You risked much for them and for him I went on Mr Glenarm I have no Intention of discussing that or any other mat ter with you It Is better soBut your accusations the things you Imply are unjust infamous The quaver in her voice shook my resolution to deal harshly with her If I had not myself been a witness I began Yes you have the conceit of your own wisdom I dare say But that challenge to follow you to break my pledge my running away oul to find that Pickering was close at jfey heels your visit to the tunnel In search of those notes dont you know that those things were a blow that hurt You had been the spirit of this woodland to me Through nil these months from the hour I watched you paddle off Into the sunset In your canoe the thought of you made the days brighter steadied and cheer ed me and awakened ambitions that I had forgotten abandoned long ago And this hideous struggle hereIt seems so Idle so worse than useless now But Im glad I followed you Im glad neither fortune nor duty kept me back And now I want you to know that Pickering shall not suffer for anything that has happened I shall not punish him for your sake he shall go free A sigh so deep that it was like a sob I to Come broke from her She thrust forth her hand entreatingly Why dont you go to him with your generosity You aro so ready to believe 111 of me And I shall not de fend myself but I will say these things to you Mr Glenarm I had no Idea no thought of seeing him at the Armstrongs It was a surprise to me and to themwhen ho telegraphed he was coming And when I went In to the tunnel there under tho wall that night I had a purpose a pur pose Yes She paused and I Dent earnestly waiting for tier words knowing that here lay her great of fendingI afraldI was afraid that Mr Glenarm might not come la tlmo that you might be dispossessed lose the flght and I came back with Mr Pickering because that was the easiest and quickest wayand I thought some dreadful thing might happen hereto you She turned and ran from mo with the speed of the wind tho cloak flut tering out about her At tho door under tho light of the lamp I was close upon her Her hand was on the vestibule latch But how should I have known I cried when you had taunted me with my Imprisonment at Glenarm you had dared me to follow you If you can tell meif there Is an answer to thatI shall never tell you anything more You were so eager to think 111 of meto accuse mo It was because I love you It was my jealousy of that man my boyhood enemy that made mo catch at any doubt You nro so beautifulyou- are so much n part of the peace the charm of all this I had hoped for for you and tho spring together Oh pleaseI Her flight had shaken the toque to an unwonted anglo her breath carne quick and hard as she tugged at the latch eagerly Tho light from over head was full upon us but I could not go with hope and belief struggling unsatisfied in my heart I seized her hands and sought to look Into her eyes o But you challenged taoto follow you I want to know why you did thatShe drew away trufsgllng to free herselfWhy was It Marlon Because I wanted YesI 1 you to come Squire Glen armMy history of the affair at Glenarm has overrun tho bounds I had sot for It and these I submit are not days for the desk and pen Marian Is turning over tho sheets of manuscript that lie at my left elbow and demand Ing that I quit work for a walk abroad My grandfather Is pacing the terra co outside planning no doubt those changes In the grounds that are his constant delight Of some of the persons concerned In this winters tale let me say a word more Tho prisoner whom Larry loft behind we discharged after several days with all the honors of war and 1 may add without breach of confi dence a comfortable Indemnity LAr- ry has made a reputation by his book on Russiaa searching study Into tho conditions of Ute Czars empire and having squeezed that lemon he Is now In Tibet Ills father has secured from the British government a promise of Immunity for Larry so long as that amiable adventurer keeps away from Ireland My friends latest letters to me contain I note no reference to Tho Sod Bates Is In California conducting a fruit roach and when he visited lu last Christmas ho bore nil the marks of a gentleman whom tho world uses well Stoddards life has known many remarkable changes In the three years that have passed but the must wall for another day and jwrhaps another historian Suffice It to say that It was ho who married us Marian anti ImcIn the little chapol by the wall Wanted You Squire QlerurmTM I forward darkly spring and that when he comes now arfi thou to visit us we renew our impression of him as a man large of body and Of soul Sister Theresa continues at tho head of St Agathas and she and the other Sisters of her brownclad com pany are delightful neighbors Pick erings failure and subsequent disap pearance were described sufficiently In the newspapers and his name is never mentioned at Glenarm As for myselfMarian Is tapping the floor restlessly with her boot and I must hasten I may say that I am no Idler It was I who carried on tho work of finishing Glenarm House and I manage the farms which my grandfather has lately acquired In thin neighborhood But better still from my own point of view I maintain in Chicago an once as consulting engl neer and I have already had several Important commissions Glenarm House is now what my grandfather had wished to make It a beautiful and dignified mansion lie Insisted on filling up the tunnel so that the Door of Bewilderment Is no more The passage in tho wall and tho strong box in the paneling of the chimneybreast remain though the lat ter wo use now as a hiding place for certain prized bottles of raro whisky which John Marshall Glonarm ordains shall bo taken down only on Christ mas Eves to drink the health of Olivia Gladys Armstrong That young woman I may add is now a hello In her own city and of tho scores of youngsters all tho way from Plttsburg to Now Orleans who lay siege to her heart my word Is may the best man winMarnntiro most patient of women Is walking toward the door eager for tho sunshine the free airs of spring the blue vistas lakewdrd and at last I am ready to go The End Warning Against Cigarettes In order to deter boys from smoking cigarettes It was suggested at a meet ing of the education committee of tho London county council that tho diagrams of cigarette smokers hand writing which appear In tho medical officers report should be enlarged and displayed lu schools JOSHUA ISRAELS NEW LEADER Sondsy School Lesson lor Oclt 1907 SptcUlIf Prepared for Till Paper LESSON TKXTJoshun 1 111 Mrm Dry verse 7 GOLDEN TEXTI will not Ian tlinnor forsake thleJohul 1 6 TllU The last of March or early In April Josh 4 Ir compared with Josh 1 11 D C mi according to our Ulble margins Many scholars place It two centuries earlier It was directly after the Exodus ILACB The plain of the Jordan on the east side at the foot of the Moablte mountains opposite Jericho cShiment and Suggestive Thought Joshua the New Leader His Name originally Hoshea the same as the prophet Hosea signifying salvation or help To this was added afterwards Num 13 1C Jo for Joho vats and the name became Joliosun Jehovah Is salvation shortened to Joshua later modified In Noh 8 17 to Joshua from which came Its Greek form In the Soptuaglnt Josoui Jesus of whom Joshua was In some respects a typoIlls Ancestry He was an Hphralm UP a descendant of Joseph through Rphralm and according to 1 Chron 7 2227 ho was tho eleventh Ronomtlon from Joseph Ills fathers name was Nun and his grandfather Bllshnmn was a captain of the array of tho Bpliralmltoa 40600 In number at the organizations of tho Israelites soon after the exodus Num 2 IS etc compared with 1 Chron 7 27 Ills Birthplace Ho must have boon born In Goshon In Egypt where his parents were In slavery Wo would know all of life If we com plot ly understood any one life It Is well to road what wo can In Joshuas hook of Life 1 Matheson calls his lifo prosaic commonplace that of an assistant to Moses Of tho three classes of men those In advance of their time the men up to their tlmo and tho men fol lowing their time Joshua was one of the last type without originality obeying orders his deeds only breathe through him not from him Thus the blind preacher makes Joshua a comfort and strength and hope to the vast majority of men This may bo true of tho earlier por tons of his life up to the time of this lesson Hut now he cornea to tho reward of his faithfulness as ono who obeys orders Uy obeying he has learned to command Ily faithfulness In little thing he Is able to do great things This Is tho only ladder that mnr he climbed to the best Tho one who would be an orator Is told to learn the great orations by heart Thu one who would lie a paint er studios and copies the great artists When the time came he was able to enter the door to his great lifework 2 A wellknown scholar says the Temple Ulblo considers the flnost re ligious conception In the book the ap pearance to Joshua of the angelic Cap tain of the Lords host Josh 5 13 16 It Is ft noble Illustration of the truth that in the grout causes of God upon the earth the leaders however supreme they seem are themselves led Joshua WillS groat because bo was under divIno guidance taught by divine wisdom and therefore humble and strong I 3 Ho was a man of gntft courage both physical and moral as ho had shown In the battle with Amalek and still more In action In spying out the land and In almost alone resisting the clamors of tho people 4 He was a man of faith 6 He Will deeply and Intensely re llglous through and through 6 Ho camo to have fine qualities ns a generalkeen observation power to control wise leadership co lerity of movement skilful strategy boldness of attack Bbers In his romance Joshua makes him not without some proba bility a captain prior to Iho Exodus In the Egyptian army well accustomed to campaigning- The Difficulties In the Way These wore very great Indeed 1 The Jordan was at Its flood Josh 3 15 absolutely Impassable for an army much less for the whole peopln nf Israel This made them safe from attack but also prevented them from taking possession 2 Tho people of tho land dwelt In walled cities against which the Israel Ilea bad no sufficient weapon These obstacles rose like an Im passable barrier of mountains before the people Impossible to overcome was written all over them It was like tho task which Jesus sot before his disciple when he was about to be crucified twelve unlearned unarmed poor men to conquer tho Roman em pre when one breath of Cesar could sweep them front the earth to over come the wealth the worldliness the selfishness tho sin and crime of the world Lebanon was but a molehill to this mountain of difficulty The peo plo were dismayed disheartened hopeless almost to despair Practical Points The path of duty Is like a direct road to success and moving from it lu either direction loads to disaster and defeat Note the toms righteous ness rectitude uprightness and In matters of opinion orthodox while the word wrong Is otymologlcnlljfc akin to wrung twlstedD Steele Character is the only thing that counts Though you had tho front of Jove himself an eyo like Mars and punyII n A WIRE REEL One WhIch Will Make the Unstringing of Fence Ire an Easy Task I will give a way to unstring fence wlro and tho device used In easily made and very handy as no brake Is The Handy Wire Reel needed and a corner Is just as ens h turned with It as It you had no wire on at all writes a correspondent of Tho Farmer It can be made of two 2x6 Inch pieces two feet eight Inches long and laG Inch pieces ono foot eight Ipohoa long and 1x2 Inch 11111001I three feet ono half Inch long fork handle can be used to put through tho spool Tho spooler goes In the back and of the wagon box in- steAd of an endgato The liCe are nailed on the ends of the 2xCs LIMING SOILS Make Tests With Dlue Litmus Paper Before Applying Lime Tho acidity or alkalinity of the toll may be tested by the use of blue lit mus paper which can be secured of any druggist The litmus lest may be made by moistening a portion of the toll 10 that It will stick together and Inserting the litmus paper In a cut made with a knife and closing the troll together oouipaetly around tho paper If within a half hour or low the litmus paper turns titnk tho need of limo is Indicated Whero twin are tot made and the soil has not green Imed for years it Is muck safer to true than to ran the rink of the alfalfa r other oraps befog killed out by tho acidity of the soils The amount that should be applied varies with different soils slay soil requiring a heavier application titan sandy ttoltt On clay soils which have not boon limed In many years about one ton per acre should bo applied while soils In which the acidity has been twrttally corrected should receive a proportionate amount On sandy or humus exhausted soils It Is not ad visable So put on moro than one thous and pounds at one limo for limo Is an Indirect fortlllier and liberates plant food by hastening decomposi than of tho organic matter In tho soil and thus reduces Its fertility Clay tolls are more retentive of plant food so that loss Is lost by this decomposi tieD and furthermore the clay soils are Improved greatly In toxturo by tho collection of tho smaller particle of the soil Into larger ones Oyster stroll lime or stone lime Is generally used though other sub stance such as marl zany bo used more economically whore they can be obtained on the farm for the ox penso of digging The lime should be applied on the surface and worked In with the surface soil and It should bo put on In an active a condition ns possible To do this the limo should be slaked with water and as soon nn slaked should bo spread as evenly as possible It may be applied with a shovel or with the lime attachment which comes with fost manure spread ors Ground stone lime which has recently been put on the market says the Journal of Agriculture is a finely ground lime which is easily distribut ed and Is thought to be bettor than tho burnt lime as It can be applied In ppllodUlrollghtile ordinary grain drill FALL PLOWING PAYS Put Ground In Bitter Shape for Spring Seeding I plow my land very deeply In the fall and then leave It It absorbs a good deal of rain during tho winter and docs not wash as badly as It would were It left packed down Not only tins but I usually turn under some green growth that will decom pose during tho winter adding humus to U tfsOll and Improving the physical cr1ltlon writes a correspondent of CTAIKO Judd Farmer If this Is left over WI spring it will lose much of its value as a green manure The good start which an early argumentInme to get n good strong stand before the dry hot months como when the crop suffers much from drouth From years of experience I believe that land plowed in tho spring packs much worse than that plowed in tho sprIngIthandle I have seen much laud crowdudInwhen the land was far too wet for such an operation If you discard every birdthat shows jlgns of sickness your chances will be oottcr for keeping the flock healthy FERTILIZING THE SOILlDe Sure You Put In What the PlantlIIWill Use f Tho man that puts Into tho roll fer tlllzor wants to make sure that It Is utilized by tho plants for which it is placed In tho ground It Is possible to apply barnyard manure and espe cially the chemical fertilizers under conditions where they will bo Ineffec tire In doing tho work they are rood cd to do It may be taken for granted that If the fertilizers are placed In dry soil nnd the soil remains dry It vrlll do plants no good Moro than that In tho dry sort tho destructive chemi cal processes will bo going on that will burn up tho fertilizers of an ore ganic nature When mon sow such chemical fer tcllzera on the surface of tho ground and merely cultivate them In when they are cultivating to make a dust mulch they aro but taking tire surest way to destroy all the fertilizer of an organic nature as fast at least as It yields up available plant food Mois turo Is needed and a quite constant supply of It In the form not of water q such as exists below the water tabloIbut such as exists In the soil water around tho soil J1RrtleleaIMr Thorns C Wallace who has spent his life studying fortlllwr and soil questions has now charge of a I large fortlllzer business In California Ho tolls the writer that In that state It Is found exceedingly dlmeult to for tIllze the grape vineyards This tll duo to tho fact that the vlaoyanln are on light sandy soil ad the sand Is perfectly dry down sometime six eight and ton inches from the surface The moisture and heavier soil Is below that Thousands of grape grower have put expensive fertilizers labia tho surface soil of their vineyards to hun It do apparently no good Tho reasoneIs that tho moisture Is not present + that would set It free for tho use of tho plants The rains that come oc casionally wash very little of this down to the soil below It Is evident that such fertilizing materials as ground bone will remain for a very long time In such soil without doing good An occasional Irrigation also has little effect In setting loom the I plant food from tho storedup tortilla er If dried blood Is put into such soil It Is evident that it will soon bn burned up la the dry seed and will largely disappear In gas prodveed by Its chemical ebonies The vineyard are not cultivated on aeoorat of the practice of allowing the vise to die on the KitMMl without supports The scale principle RW root in nay part ef the country where dry sell Is the bed In which manure Is pkioed pays the Farmer Review Tliem are many people who have the Idea that nwnnre once put an the t Mil will Me User tilt It k utlHMd If It take years That Is a eoatly mte take Tko air receive sows of the most valuable portion of all fertltlx era so applied Ferilttwr mat be gotten late the motet toll to becomo available A CORN HARVESTER Serviceable Affair Which You Can Make for Yourself Our Illustration shows tho details of a ono row earn cutter which will dlmoulLI j Good OneRow Harvester KxplsnMlon The milling urn rolUrt whththeyamount of work where It Is handled right Of course the harvesters you can buy will do more and quicker youhavemade affair wo show herewith fills I place with the small farmer and It comparatively Inexpensive ABOUT THE FARM Tho cow should be turned dry s month or six weeks before tho arrival of tho calf Is expected Never milk expectedto anything from souring Such doings violate Cleanliness tives neededsKeep only healthy cows Promptly animalthat unle free from all kinds of diseases It Is just as easy to raise tho best of everything as It Is to raise Inferior products Ho satisfied with nothing short of the best that can bo produc ed In your neighborhood If you aro rntotarmorPeople rarely respect tho farmer who does not respect his business enough to keep everything In proper poorteamunquallfled v + ra + z swo It Makes You Warm To go into a drug store and have the clork insist on your taking something JUST AS GOOD as what you askod for dont blame you Thats+ why we carry such a tremendous s fstock just to have what you want t do not have what you want t wo arc always glad to got it for you t The t one thing that we do not have is the thing JUST AS GOODI Dont Believe in It f The Porter Drug Co + iNOOnrORATED M 4M+ + + ++ oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeosoeoe eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoo 0 0 ierea and Vicinity i o 0 e O o p 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OP SOURCES 0O r- r oooooooooooouSp hold In thou Union Church Sunday The Sunday Sohoot will meet fltteoi minute oarly to give tlmo for a epeo Ul program and this will bo followed by n special soroiot at the church Mrvltoa Mr Dan HuJwn a former studenl or Keren new of Villa Urove 111 ar rtml SftUmlw to vMt with his moth or Mn May Hudson Mm Joe Unit Is visiting her ilAHgiit r Mrs Dort Chandler at Mt YWMUMML MBgfjle Ogg spent Saturday sight sad unday with hums folks at 1Iuik Ky MMe Kato TrlbUle of Kayotto a teacher In tile Normal Departmtn o- fIren College WM married on the lint to AM a Barrow of Clark County R It OBfleB neat rldeRle being crested on Mstlll stnot is e ttlnj along wet Tits Intent thUd of J I Hughes M very Iii lau week llurttt Van Winkle has recently giv en Mrs home on Center street a new cost of paint Mr awl Mrs A M CnnfloJd are lUNg Clare Oautltld nnd family Mm T J norton and children of WMIteMrtwrE are visiting friends hero J L Hawser who was formerly oon twetMl with The CUInn now ot Louise Ky was in town a few days last week UlrttM DurgoMi and sister of near Louisa Ky arrived last week to spend a short time with friends here Lester Hill was taken to tho Hoe pltal Monday with a very mild cane of typhoid fever al1wea Uoaslo and flattlo D ugh spent Saturday anti Sunday at the homo of tho Spurlocks on Center streetA of meetings aro being hold at Silver Crcuk church this week The Borvlcoi are conducted by tho Rev Mr Smith Miss Donna SlmJoln who entered school at tho beginning of tho term was forced to go homo Saturday on account of ill health Estraar Hudson of Washington D C Is at homo with his mother for n few days Miss Sarah Lodfonl of Paint Lick Is tho guest of tho Misses Spurlock this week For Thin PoorBlood at You can trust a medicine f tested GO years I Sixty years of experience thhik of that J Experience with dyers Sar saparilla the original Sarsa parilla the strongest Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla the doc tors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility lint oven tilt graml nit uto4IeIne cannot to III beet WuiK li tie liter h llmrltve llnl tho- beee4centlNte4 Fur the host huulbin ro llltlrntllliaiiMtiik l luil rl n Arvrl ilUwlilUMkln HeKiunrSale Ttw liter itlllquleklr ttpviul tint tu IUthebuaols 0I II tdebrCAerCoxoU1Also raiuufoolureri hers IIAIR VIOOL- AQUB CIJRe- CIUJZRY PECTORAL uuouuuuuu oeololo fcwvnonthsIagologging business Is spending this week with homo folks Mrs Prof Rumold returned Tuesday night from Hope Kansas I Mrs Dr Cowley has also returned winterIsold a lot on Depot street to J D Clarkson of SI I dell Kentucky Iooo oo oeooeoeooeoe- o 0 I College Items i e 0 0HERE AND THERE 0 I osoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo Miss Lotta M Osborno who graduated from Beroa In 1906 is now teaching at Klrtland lush Schooli Klrtland Ohio- President and Mrs Frost have beenI spending a part of the week on Robes MountainMr wont to Richmond on business last Friday- J W Dlnsmoro taught the Law ronco County Teachers Institute last weekWaldo Hart who was In Bcroa In 1SE1 Is In the Insurance business In Aberdeen Washington A Q Spaldlngs representative was In town Monday and Tuesday titling the football men and other athletes out with necessary regalia Mrs Dlnsmoro wont to Richmond Tuesday Prof Penniman has been 111 In the hospital but Is now ablo to bo out Miss Viola Schumaker went to Lex- Ington Monday noon to attend tho wedding of Miss Trlbblo who taught In Derea for several years John D Creech who graduated from tho Normal Department In 1903 Is employed under the Presbyterian board In Sunday School work lira address is Dyrcl town Tcnn Mr John 11 Moore of Louisville Y M C A Secretary was In boron ono day last week looking after the Interests of that organization Wo are always glad to seo Mr Moore Miss Winifred C Jones a Berea graduate has accepted a position 01 Hill Tenn for the coming year Carl Kirks would bo carbuncle un der his arm has undergone quite change and ho Is able to show up on tho athletic field All societies of tho College met Fl day night as usual and rendered in teresting programs All Indications at present point to a pretty hot football game Monday Sept 30 between College classes and tho rest of tho school Much spirit Is being aroused- A crowd of Phi Delta boys on last Saturday night pitched their tout about three miles from hero and ro mained until the sun sank out o sight Sunday Of course a good time was had i Mr Swope captain of tho Academy football team came out ot practise th other day with a black spot under his eye ISnrs an Indiana Judge VDont blame your boy for doing what you used to do Surety not Just give him what you used to got for doing It and let it go at that Milwaukee Sentinel I DEM03RATIC PAPER I Rakes the Machine and Its Engineers Fore and Aft San the Leopard Chance Its SpotsI During the Democratic primary for senator and governor last year the Mayflold Monitor a staunch Democrat ic paper wrote the following strong Indictment of the Democratic machine In Kentucky The fact that Messrs Hagcr and Heekham won in that pri mary does not change the force nor the truthfulness of the charges made by the Monitor If they were true then they Bro now Wo submit the Monitors article to the voters of the tate that thoy may know what a Dem ocratic editor In the Gibraltar of Democracy thinks of the Democratic machine and its engineers Meiiaru Beckham and Hager And bear in mind that these charges were not made by a Republican and that a few months has not In the least chungod the leopards spots What the Fight Is The present campaign Is not merely a fight between the ins and outs as the machine organs would have the people believe It la a tight ot the people to dislodge the Frankfort machine a well organ- Ized lot of politicians banded togeth er for the purpose of controlling all the offices of the sate and filling their capacious pockets from the state treasuryAnd Is a tight that Is of much greater Import to the people than they can at present realize because ma- I chino politics In Kentucky as applied to the state Is comparatively are- I cent thing and it is hard for the pea pie to understand its many evils and the great danger attending Is perpet uation Machlneiam represents all that Is bad In politics It Is practical politics gone to seed The greatest graft to the smallest number is the motto of the machine politician Statesman ship and patriotism are completely eliminated from Ms creed The pea plo are nil dumbdriven cattle to him possessing neither private nor political rights which ho Is bound to respect and beyond the means they afford for gratifying his greed for graft and lust for power excite no Interest In his unconscionable soul The Frankfort machine Is modern In every respect The most up to date appliances for extracting money from the peoples pockets and fooling them Into the belief that they are be lag robbed for their own good aro employed Scientific experts who know all the Ins and out of machine politics are In chargo and nothing that will bring into the hands of the machine or Increase Its power for perpetuation Is being neglected DeckIthousands In extravagance and mis feasance and what It has cost Is a more bagatelle to what It will cost If continued in power This Is the machine which the pee pie are fighting and which they would sweep from the face of the earth 1C they could realize half of Its rotten seas Thus Is the machine which Messrs Ilackham and linger aro expecting to pat them In power and give ono six and the other four years more at the public crib This Is the machine which started out to build a state capitol for eight hundred thousand dollars and asked the legislature for two millions be tore the foundation was completed This Is the machine that paid CO 000 for capitol plans when they wore offered plans by a reputable architect for 116000 and this same architect offered to rive a bond to build the cap ltol for 825000 Tills Is the machine that paid 24 000 for printing when under their contract It should not have cost j 000 nnd a another time gave away 12000 or 13000 In the same manner This Is the eama utatliluo that paid 124000 for extra attorneys fees to their pots In three years This is ho machine that lowered tho rate of taxation 2H cents on the hundred and raised the value ot property 26 per cent making the tux much higher than before I This la tho machine that has taxed everything In sight and levied back taxed that it might have money to meet Its wasteful and extravagant practices This la the machine that put the charitable Institutions In tho hands of I Percy Italy a Frankfort politician who learned statesmanship in his fathers saloon I This Is tho machine under whoso management brutalities have been practiced at tho Lexington asylum that have resulted In the death of ono patient and perhaps more This is tho machine that comes up and whitewashes all such deviltry for fear It might hurt tho administra tion and get some of Its pets In prison I This Is the machine that makcspoor women attendants In tho asylums pay I part of their 20 per month salary to I Governor Deokhams campaign ex penscs This Is the machine that makes all the attendants clerks and guards at the charitable Institutions contribute to the campaign expenses of the ma JobsIthe clerks In the auditors ofllce and all other state offices to send out cam paign literature for Messrs Beckham and linger while they are being paid tor their services by the state This Is the machine that created new offices and Increased the salaries of old ones to the extent of 50000 per year This is the machine that killed sen ate bill No 26 which was Intended to parties who were summoned for jury service and not used for the loss of time because it would leave about 10000 a year In the peoples pockets and thus deprive the machine of tho uio of this amount This IK the machine thatlevied tho tax of 1 on the poor mans dog that they might have more of tho peoples money to handle IThis Is the machine that created tho of control that Is now paying bxtravagant prices for supplies for the charitable institutions thus enriching their friends at the expense of the stateThis Is the machine that created tho office of fire commissioner for Mott Ayes at a salary of 3600 per year and the office of assistant fire commis sioner to provide a soft place for Dcckham Triplett the governors nephew at about 2000 per year and tho said Mott Ayres has moved his office from Frankfort to Louisville where ho Is conducting Mr Hagora campaign while being paid by the state to do nothing This Is the machine that doubled tho number of guards at tho prisons while the Increase In prisoners was not over ten per cent This is the machine that provided fat offices for all the members of tho last legislature who voted for their measures of graft and plunder This Is the machine which gave the senator from Graves county a soft Job as manager ot tho Confederate Soldiers Home at Powce Valley at a salary of 1800 per year nnd living expenses for himself and family be cause ho betrayed hU constituents and voted for Its candidate for United States senator against Jo Blackburn This Is tho machlno that pays tho editor of tho Lyon County Herald 75 per month to sit In an office at tho Eddyvllle prison and edit two papers defending Messrs Hcckham and linger in their extravagances and misman agement of state affairs This Is tho machlno that buys up papers that fought them In the cam paign three years ago and makes thorn present the sorry spectacle of having sold their birthright of honor and manhood for a mesa of pottage This Is tho machine which Messrs Dcckham and linger and Percy Italy and Mott Ayres and all tho various sized satellites are asking the people toendorseAnd Is the machine which tho people Intend to snow under deep and strong at the primary noxt month Mayflcld Monitor It Is being told that W It Stubbs accompanied by his little son went In tho Senato gallery tho last tlmo they were In Washington Among the per sons tho boy was Interested In was Edward Everett Hale a magnificent looking old man His father told him that was tho chaplain Oh ho prays for the Senate does nt hoT asked young StubbsINo replied the Kansas speaker ho gets up and takes a look at the Senate and prays for tho country Kansas City Star WILL SELL OUT PROPERTY- As I havo concluded to move from Dig 11111 I deslro to sell my farm at that place also 8216 acres lying one mile from there on tho Owsley Fork also 1U acres In Kingston with good store house and dwelling and out building also my farming tools household furniture of all kinds Hprses one good brood mare and colt ono good mule colt two work mules and various other things to numerous to mention also a general Ino of merchandise consisting of dry goods shoes hats groceries notions of all kinds clothing hardware drugs also ono good steam mill In good running order with good saw and grist mill 1 want everybody to como and bring someone with them and get omo good bargains that I expect to give in closing out my business It Is useless to say that I want persons Indebted to mo to como and settle their notes and accounts M D Settle MADE TO PLEASE WOMEN Thousands of women have ruined their feet because their shoes were lotbulldcd on foot conforming lasts That Is why tho Society shoo was necessary See them Mrs S R Baker S R BAKER DENTIST OFFICE Over FrtntlRr efaceBEREA KY Office Anus trout a to 4 Cllt Ihnim 183 Teeth extracted without painSomnotorse- a IISOCIETY That Dart it Neat FeetWomen who dress nicely and accord 1ing to the ways fashion dictates desire to have every part of their attire lookIstylish fit well and keep its new nobby appearance Nowadays a well dressed k woman must have attractive dresses and nice shoes in keeping with her gowns j a F j is a high class shoe for andat 350 a pair a woman in the new gunmetal for the the ever popular viclor the for dress wearWe them in these in all the fashionable shapes and nnnonnnnnThtlrJ see a pair you will readily decide are made for you The U of the U Star Brand family Star Brand We Walk On St Mrs Se R + W u y S t o+r JUST I THEt+ 0 TIME o ale oi I I oAnd Nor Is the time when ho should deckle to + In this hankOWhat 10 will shortly need for current use lie can deposit o on ix chocking account against which he can draw at will + cT o BEREA BANK TRUST CO 1 o BEREA KENTUCKY o- L THECOMPLETE BANKoo t J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier+ + 000SAVINGS GoI o 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Three Months IS MoneyOrdercent tamps TIle date after your nine en label ihowt U whildite your subscription paid If it U aot reaeatUIUlsslnr numbers will be gladly supplied Itwt- are notified Fine Vreznfums then for new lubKrlptfoni and prompt renewals Send for Premium List Liberal terms siren to any who ebtalns new subscriptions for us Auy one sending us lout yeirlrsubscription can receive The CiiiicB Its lot himself for one year Advertising rate on appllcatlo I wuxaru or- XZNTUCKY rZ R8Ae CIATI0K The overproduction of French wine genuine and bogus is almost as fraught with peril as overindulgence of ItA Georgia man shot the postmaster because his mall was late His defense will probably bo the unwritten letter A Buffalo preacher says that hell Is full of peekaboo waists so man cant dodge the job of buttoning them even after death Are the people apathetic asks the Kansas City Times We dont know as to that but wo can say that most of them are perspiring Let the perpetual knocker be sent to the rock pile where his hammer may be aptly employed making little ones out of big ones The flea on tho tall of the dog of the wife of the wild man of Borneo will doubtless be surprised to find that motor cars have Invaded the Island As a result ot this anti whlskers crusade an Iowa man shaved off his spinnakers and was thrown out of the house by his wife who mistook him for a tramp That dinosaur is variously reported as having been found In Oregon Wyoming and Montana But remember his Immense size which probably accounts for it- Automoblies are being sold in Bor neo and we pay suppose that tho wild men over there will at once join In the march of civilization by applying for jobs as chauffeurs Mme Emma Eamoa says she doesnt believe she will ever marry again However she has just started for Eu rope and there are many hardup gen tlemen with titles over there One way to get rid of a mosquito explains the Baltimore Sun Is to firm ly slap him In the face and at the time exclaiming haughtily That for you sir or madam as the case may be Complaining about the quality of the modern umbrella Mr Max Henry Newman writes to a newspaper A good umbrella Is sqmewbat like a good poet hard to find Why not buy one Max If two Moorish armies fight five or six days with a total death list of 32 both sides Included how long could all the real and makebelieve soldiers In Morocco stand up in front of a few French regiments r A lecturer on The Philosophy of Art at the Harvard summer Bchool declared that beauty which is a funs tion or entelechy subsisting between an organism and its object when the adaptation of one to the other Is com plete and harmonious with the organ isms act ot perception Is grounded upon the psychophysical character of tho organism which determines the form of the beautiful object All of which goes to confirm us in the belief that beauty is only skin deep after alt Scientists In the bureau of ethnology at Washington say men are practically of the same stature and have the same size of brain today as before the dawn of history when they were busy hunting tho woolly rhinoceros in the Thames and Seine valleys The scien tests ought not to talk this way Do they expect any one to believe that It took as much brains to hunt a woolly rhinoceros Inquires the Indianapolis Stet skeptically as It does to chase the festive baseball or pursue and cap tune the fugitive dollar That mother in law joke which has been overworked anyway will have to be called in A wealthy Cleveland law per was so disconsolate because his motherinlaw left his home that he went to the courtn and took out a writ ot habeas corpus to get her back again He based his application on the state meat that the estimable lady had been Induced through misrepresentation to forsaVe his domicile and was restrain ed by force from corning back The motherinlaw speaking generically has been grossly wronged At last Bhe is getting a full vindication c Iii Jioiiin 21s 1firnruiug Simu in 3Krrp iu iqrnltll By DR H V WILEY Chief or Government Bureau of Chemistry and Director or Pure Food investigations The health of the people of this world is growing better all the time Fifty years ago the average length of human life was only 33 years Now it is between 35 and 40 and nearly 40 In a couple of hundred years we ought to have increased it to CO years Disease is being suppressed more and more It is still the fashion to bring children upon the bottle When mothers come to understand that their own milk is free from germs and that the milk used out of bot ties carries cultures of diphtheria and cholera infantum tho children will have two chances of living where they only have one now The education of the peoplo is going forward every day 80 that they ore constantly increasing their armor against disease In the end cen tenarians will be commoner than blackbirds For instance see what leas been done in eliminating typhoid which with tuberculosis carries oil more people than any other disease Vienna having a scperatc system of water supply for drinking purposes has brought the typhoid death rate down to one in 100000 Vienna gets her drinking water direct from tho Alpine snows While the education of the people particularly the mothers is to be the principal factor in bringing more favorable conditions for the health of the people the fight for legislation should be continued 11ritrr iEyri nub a ithttrr lWJnrlb By HORACE TRAUBEL Literary Executor of Walt Whitman tratitiri The world is growin better because moro pIe in world are get ting eyes Growing ter is seeing butter Civ ilization is sight Not saintship Not puerile morn selfsatisfaction Not superiority Civili zation is democracy It is the open road and the open mind It is the equal chance It is salva tion for all rather than security for a few The world is growing bolter bocaus6 growing better is natural to it than growing worse The individual is beginning to seo himself in social perspectives In the commune Realizes that ho can do nothing alone Is helpless without tho crowd No maxims of indefinite virtue will press the gage beyond Tho world is going to be sot forward by social rebellion Nothing can frustrate this drift Man comes first Ho is the unrepoolablc foundation All who would build securely must build on man All who build books All who build houses All who build songs All must build on man No ono shall hereafter build on rent interest or profit These three mado one in greed are the inherited enemy They must be destroyed There shall bo no consequent ownership of man by man Of any worker by a boss Of any child by a parent Of any wife bn husband or Husband by a wife Of any author by a publisher Of any editor by a propriptor Of oven the lowest by the highest Ownerships will be universally abolished in order that ownership may be universally asserted Time person must give in to the mass in order that the enemy may bo reborn in the spirit of tho brother This has always been the dream of the saviors It is now going to be the fact of the saved Once crowd looked outside of itself fur salve tion Now it sees that it will be saved from within It is not contradict ing the isolated saviors It is only confirming their prophecy We arc producing a world of saviors identified with a world of the saved The world must grow better because the existence of this devotion is an evidence that the vision of the world is improving It is all a ques tion of eyes We become better by seeing better For the first time in history we see the progressive political forces of different countries unified in their adhesion to an international philosophy That means the end of war That means the end of patriotism That means the of classes That means the end of superior inferior Of up and down Of the master and the slave Of the employer and tho employed That means that the social structure will celebrate service rather than sacrifice And explains whour world is growing better The enfranchising spirit of this vision is being made flesh in the every day of labor conduct If you do not see this you may look about you and find that the world notwithstanding its vanities and phys ical glories is a blank If you do see this you have your gaze fixed upon the face of revelation nf- 1Ir11r1 1ifr By HELEN OLDFIELD pro tho bol moro the end and and No human being is perfect and they who marry expecting perfec tion inevitably must be disappointed Somebody has said that marriage like government is a series of compromises Not only marriage but life together between any number of human beings few or many in a family or in a community must necessarily be a continual succession of concessions the sacrifice of individual preferences to tho general good It is a mistake to say that For true love there is no hardship no meanness no shame Its light is bright and clear cnoughto eliminate all darkness its warmth such that it defies cold its sweetness such that it banishes all bitterness of spirit Such love as this there may be but it is as rare as radium and few there be who find it Love docs not make all things easy it only makes it pos siblo to do that which is difficult and to do it willingly for the sake or the beloved Love is of many kinds and it sometimes happens that sincerE affection is supersensitive exacting rather than allexcusing There would be by far fewer matrimonial disappointments if thos who marry especially the women would resolve to see only good in end1 other and persistently jlive up to that resolve It is the part of commoi sense to make the best of whatever comes to iw the more when it ha E been of our own choice and there are not many things still less people so bad as to have no best People usually find that for which they dili gently seek and the point of view usually determines the outlook be it dark or bright In this jostling worjd each mans lot is determined mostlj by his own character its interaction with the characters of those who surround him and the same is true in less degree of women also Tem perament works itself out and ones own thoughts and deeds make uf fate for each one barring a few accidents which we ascribe to Providence BIG LAKE STEAMER WRECKED CAPTAIN AND FOUR OF HIS CREW DROWNED Disaster Occurs on a Desolate Coast Detail Difficult to Obtain and List of Victims May Be Large Detroit Mich Sept 23Thl JGOOOO lake stoamar Alexander Nlmntlck ot Cleveland 0 was wrecked on tile bleak southern shore ot Lako Superior miles west of White Fish Point No 113 lag Mill was within many miles ot desolate place where the survivors laboriously managed to pilot their life I boats through the raging surf no help was at hand to minister to tho ex handed and frozen sailors or to care for tho bodies of the six or seven vic alms washed up on the rocks by waves The dead Capt John Randall ot Al gonac OUch Steward Thomas 1orant l of Port Iluron Mich First Mate I James Hayc of Detroit Is supposed to be among the dead though It Is not definitely known that ho was lost three or four eallors The scene of tho wreck Is halt a days tramp from Grand MaraIs village the Vcrmlllloo Point liresaving sta lion of the Whlteflnh Point Llghthouso and details Of the wreck are dlfllcult to obtain It appears that the Illfoted steamer pasted through the canal lock at Saulto Sto Marie Thursday bound up the lakes with a cargo of 3000 tune of coal from Cleveland O A heavy northwest gale was ut Its height when tho Nlmmlck plowed her way out ot tho Soo river Into the WhlledHh bay and Lake Superior looked too rough to bo trusted The shelter of Vhtlt flh Point was accordingly taken advantage of until Saturday when tho storm aeoBtod to have spent tu force Capt Randall then pointed his vmeol out Into the big lake All would have gone well had not the steering gear or some part of machinery gono wrong When a few miles away from St Marys river the stdamor was left dls nbled and helpless under a deadly attack from the tell of tho utorm Driven overboard by the steamer breaking to pieces under their feet the crew be trpmlnduoUI1surf selves up exhausted on the inhospitable uninhabited coast but one boat containing Capt Randall and five of his men capsized In the surf and were IotTelegrams to relatives state that the captain and five tees were lost In the turf and that Steward Parent was washed overboard pretumably before the crew left their ship It ta possible however that Parent may have been one of the five who perished with Capt Randall In which ease tho dead would number aix Instead of eev n First mate Hayes to numbered among the dead HALTED BY A MOB Were the Officers and Their Black Prisoner Was Lynched Mobile Ala Sept 3Nowl was re celvor hero of an attempted assault on a Mrs Jleoder a highly rospeoted old lady nearly 90 years ot age which occurred at Whistler five mlle north of this city by a negro lose DoasetL After the occurrence Wo man disappeared but was later captured by Deputy Sheriff Charles Smith who with Hutchinson Adams a young man deputized to accompany tho onlccr was bringing the ni gro to Mobile for safekeeping when Intercepted by a mob of about a dozen determined men who with drawn revolvers took tho nogro from the officers suspended him from tho limb of a tree and then quietly dispersed Mrs Kecder lived by herself In Whistler About 830 tho victim of the assault was rending a paper alone In her bedroom when a noise was heard and turning aho saw a negro crouched beside her Sho made an attempt to rise but was grabbed by the man nIt told to make no outcry Her screams frightened him away mid brought assistance Ho was later cap tured and positively Identified Killed By Railroad Velocipede Chicago Ill Sept 23A railroad velocipede was struck by a Northwest ern freight train near Waukogon and three men wore killed They ore Frank Greenman telograph operator nt Upton ill Michael Fum of ChII cafeo and Ilotcll Flllpclll of Wauko gon The two last named were section hands Lack of signal lights on the velocipede caused the accident All of the men wero married Smothered to Death New i York Sept 23Anna and Hose Auerbach 35dayold twins were rmothered to death In bed by tholr mother at their home No MO Sixth street While asleep she leanest on the babies depriving them of air they quickly died Coal Pockets Destroyed By Fire Elmira N Y Sept 23The big coal pockets of tho Erie railroad nt tho headquarters of tho Erie division wero destroyed by flro Sunday night The loss Is estimated at 100000 Shot and Killed His Daughter Armstrong Minn Sept 23 During a fit of Insanity Simon Ellison station agent at Armstrong shot and killed his 8 year old d ughter Artis and shortly afterward turned his revolver upon himself Inflicting a wound which is expected to provo fatal Steamer Broke In Two Hoqulam Wash Sept 23The Nor wegian steamer Tellun coal laden from Nanalmc B C to Portland went ashore on North Spit at tho entrance to Grays harbor Sho broke In two and with her cargo will bo a total loss WHAT MOTHER HEN SAYS Jkl k JoIlookl Look loukSaya old mother lien In ntw At Mollln cem fi with the good ground corn To feed to the chlckena wta IurkIuck luck Iuck Luck Luck I la mother hens cheery call And the flurry bat bleu flutter aboutWhere the little maltla corn grains fall Lacktackl LnrklJirk IjiekUatkl Thats all my chleknUckUckl And Multi has gone with the empty pan nut at sUm shell come bnekM Augusta Kortrecht In Youths Com panion A NEAT ILLUSION What Can Be Done with a Pin flit of Rubber and a Sunbeam With a bright pin and a bit ot ales tic cord aided by the focusing of a taw rays of light you may produce a very pretty Illusion SUok the pin through tho elastic and twirl tho latter vertically between tho thumb and tho forefinger of each hand separating the hands so as to tighten the elastic Manipulating the Pin and you give the pin a sufficiently swift rotation to make It present the Imago of a drinking glass Much depends upon the brightness of tho pin the light It shines In an the darkness of tho background In the Illustration the operator Is sup posed to be In a dark room with a ray of sunlight falling through the shutters upon tho pin With a little practice various objects may be imitated It tho pin tends toward a horizontal position gays tho Chicago News It should be tied to the elastic with a bit of white thread which will not Interfere at all with the experiment School Slang Thieves have their own languages and gypsies theirs but It would seem that tho boys attending some ot the famous English schools also possess a rich collection of words not found In ordinary dictionaries Hero is a list of seine choice expressions said to be in use at Christ Hospital bet ter known as tho Bluecoat school nigger major bite look out butt pudding buff to swindle buzz to cry chaff to express delight clng bread flab butter nagging ncullery hags icullery maids housey Christs hospital kit coffee llttley minor mull to fight pock pocket pock pocket money pint out to tell tales scratch maid shag sharejahuU die appointment sicker Infirmary slog ging licking spadge to walk smear out to accuse wrongfully tltch to cane tubby laborer Around North America A model of tho little ship Ojoa pronounced Youa by tho way in which Capt Roald Amundsen as told by him recently In Harpers Magazine sailed through the northwest passage and located the north magnetic pole ho being the first man to perform either of these achievements was recent ly exhibited In New York and will be preserved permanently by the Smith sonian Institution The shIp Itself is at tho navy yard In San Francisco and It has been suggested that It be the first ship to pass through the Panama canal so that It may thus become the first to circumnavigate the North American continent CONUNDRUMS Whoa la tapestry like fowls When It Is Gobelin When are wines like guns When barreled Why arc tho clouds like sponges They both hold water When are a man and a crab alike wornout When What deviledI TOMMY AND THE DONKEY Story Which Helped a Little Boy N Make a Choice I dont know which to do pouted Tommy I have been Invited to sat and to rldo and I cant decide Which do you like tho belT asked Uncle Jack Why I like both alike It le a jolly day for sailing but the driving party Is going through a now country and Id like to go with them Then go by all means said his uncle Hut I like sailing too much to miss It You remind mo of fc donkey said Uncle Jack solemnly- Of a little shaggy lay undecided donkey I heard about wont on Uncle Jack He was well fedto well fed 1 suspect or ho wouldnt have been such a donkey One day Ms master turned him Into a field In which there I were two largo stacks of hILT one at I either end Plenty ot dinner either way he turned In fact he turned first one way and then tho other trying to decide which haystack looked the more luscious and Inviting There did not seem to be a pin to choose between them howuvor and the poor donkey despaired of being able to decide whlob would make the butter dinner and which ho ought to tacklo first When ho got tired of standing up to think about IL ho lay down and wagged his bORdoI like both he said to himself If I choow one I fool sun I shall be sorry I havont chosen the other I dont think there ever was lush s donkey cried Tern getting red Oh yen there WM ropltwl Uncle Jack Tkre are lots of jest MHb donkey Well what dW this oe ter asked tho boyHe went first one way nail theo tho oUter turning round and round and back and forth until ho dropped from sheer exhaustion And then he lay down beoanto be had to still trying to think whisk hay+ I stark he bad better try to orawl toward first Uy this time of eovivo tie Will very hungry but yet It loomed to him very foolish to take the haystack wlilrh night alter all be not BO good na the other sae And finally this dcwkty of donkeys aciuali lAY there and starved to death for no other rsawoa on earth than be cause he could Sot decide what to eat first It was a bard tale indeed to be unable to choose between them Tor nblo Indeed It must have been pretty row k on Mie donkey Uaeie Jack oommental Tom with a terrible look In hta eyes Put if youll excuse alt untie I wont stop to talk about It now I mutt run d wn to the river The fellows will br Roar and I want drmdfHUy to EC- i sailing this morning ICREOLE BUZZER KITE How to Make It and What It Will Do When Made isjgather In the center with a pin driven through and bent ever or tied with tieding two or more colors together The buzzer Is fastened by turning over Its edge and pasting over the Details of Buzzer Kite string A slim flat piece of wood It sharpened at both ends tho latter being Inserted In slits mado In the two upright sticks to paste the paper on Tho wings can be cut tho length of the sides and pasted on their edges The wings can bo 1H or two Inches wide these may be loft whole or cut into fringes after being pasted on If properly mado says 1lq Phila delphia Ledger this kite whoa raised will make a loud buzzing noise which can be heard at a great distance Naturally mOoI I I Mans Work and Womans By Caroline B LeRow 1 J Coprlght by Josepb II Dowlu KB Just glorious to bo Independent of UM whole tribe of thorn Ien clop shaking tho reins over theBraes back whllo aha tick led him between tho ears with tho whiplank Klkl klk klkl clucked Ethel Moke him go faster cant you We shall bo lato to dinner Dinner Whats dinner compared to thin discussion contemptuously inquired HuMab readjusting her spec i tacles Oh you always enjoy talking upon your fnvorlto topic rejoined Ethel Vow fur my part Im very tar from being a nmnhator Men are very nice Indeed on BOIHO occasions andIt And tho Idea that women cant drive Interrupted Penelope Why driving Is Just tho easiest thing Huldah shrugged her shoulders Of rourae Itll easy Tho Idea Rut when wo started off I heard one of those wretches on tho IllnulI IIOt count ho didnt 1 heard him that any woman could drlvo till oIotblng happened Something happened Indeed re IaieU Panelopo Indignantly- Oh morcy screamed Ethel See Mm shako his head What do you sup IJOBO alls hlmr And she wildly clutoh e l my arm as she asked tho ques lion r NotWaK ails him I answered T but DIM Theres nothing to bo fright weed at- Deat you think ho wants waturT she past Inquired ft wont do any harm to try the experiment And thus saying Pen elope drove to tho side of the road whore the water gushed from a spring The frantic plunges of the horllUsb- l11I1 loft us no doubt of his desire to drink But why on earth then dont he drlnkr walled Kthel Penelope watched him Intently I declare shy bunt out at last They must have hnrnewted hint wrong Ho cant got hla heed down laIn that too bad It we only knew what the mat ter was rentatkod practical Huklsh tuna did any of you over harness a I1nrlltlT Not one of us over bad Its n mans work to harness hones mkel dllelapdto which llul dah renpowlad more than it to drive them Kthel looked thoughtful Im not so aura of that It seems somehow unwomanly and tKworaanly scoffed Huldah Mere Penelope make him stand still white I gut out and see The sun was blazing overhead the dust was ankle deep under toot and that tame wouldnt stop except cpas it5oally and at long Intervals not long enough for Huldah who occasion ally overtook tho vohlolo to got Into It 1cnelope was rigid and showed in every feature her oppressive sense of responsibility Ethel was plainly frightenedOh Do whoa burst from her lips almost In a groan This limo he whoaed but wo shall never know whether It was on ac count of Ethels eloquence or the fact Out discovered by Huldah as she came up tho road that n part of the harness was dangling around his heels There was a general wall What shall wo dot If there wcro only a man with us who could = 1 began Impulsively then stopped terrified at the audacity of my own tongue- The horse stood perfectly still and for n minute we wcro all as still as ho was nil save Huldah who was fan ning herself desperately with her bat Well this Is certainly an exhil arating situation the remarked at lastIt certainly was Every sane person1 would have agreed with her Six miles at least from homo tho same number from the place whore wo were4 Intending to dine and over A mile from the nearest house Wo cant stay here all day Wo shall have roast goose for dinner It wo do Jocosely ventured Penelope and wearied our best to laugh at her lit the witticism Ethel was tho pedcs trlan of the party and rose equal to tho emergency In some way she clambered over tho hind wheel of the carriage Where nro you going some one asked feebly but tho answer came with no uncertain sound It was a clear ringing staccato utterance of three single words MFor a man Huldah groaned and collapsed Into a helpless heap at tho roadside Pen elope held the reins gingerly We took no note of time but from its loss It seemed as If Ethel would never bo seen again on earth but at last when tho hope that IB said to sprliiB eternal In the human breast seamed ready to forsake us Utterly wo caught sight of her- Man coming she called out briskly as soon us she came vlthln hear fag distance Man coming Huldah gave an unconscious sigh of cntlnfacllon Penelopes taco bright cncd hell be here In a minute she ex plained Ive walked tulles and tulles for him There was a woman In the House I went back to but of course shy was good for nothing nobody Mewed to notice tho Innocent IBUroand I had to keep on to the hayfield where her husband was mow Ing lies coming right along lie appeared a minute later tak hug hold of the horses head in a mas terful wuy while he examined what Penelope was pleased to call hs tog geryIt was a rather silent party which rode on for a mllo or two after having profusely thanked the farmer and of fored him money which ho refused r felt Justified in concluding that my strong minded friends wero more In clined than they had ever been to modify their opinions of tho utter wortlilcHHtiess of men individually and collectively His Comments You see twas Jest this way Moan A lira in we was hocln corn up In the twoaero lot whoa wo seen a team cumin down tho turnpike Sos I theres Hiram Slbloys old gray with a pussol of women folks some of his boarders I spose gain on a spree over the mounting an a few minutes artonrarda Abram sos kinder suddlnt like Whats the matter with the gray an one of thorn gals was tear in along tho road like mad an the ono that was drlvln she kop pullln the reins an ealclatod tryln to stop the wagon Abram he made out as how tho gals wore likely null foolln an then they turned a corner an we didnt soo no more of them Wall twant moron an hour or mebbo three quarters before I saw a gal oomln H Will You De So Kind Set She along whore wo was lookln all beat out but dredful putty with checks as red as roses an little curls all over her forehead an she sea to me an her voice was as sweet as the rest of her only she was out of breath Will you bo oo kind sea she to come an see whats the matter with our horse His things are all fallln offn him An I almost roared an I guess you would if she hadnt been so distressed like an I Jest up an said of course Id come but I guessed Id better run to the barn rust an git something to fix tho harness ct its broke an she went on ahead Wall when I got there thoro want nothln tho matter but Jest a hole broke out of o strap an let the brlcbln down an there want one of them putty gals knowpd cnoukh to punch another with a penknife and fix It up again an of that old grayd run theyd hov boon In kingdom come In no time for hed have kicked things to smithereens It was Jest heavens providence that they want gain down hill an that ho stood still anyway Now thars a lot o talk these times about women an their spears an theyre bola minis tore an doctors an what nbt an theres them as sets up It aint becom In for women to do anything but cook an sew an wash the dishes an bring up tho children but Id Jest like to know why I cant see no sense In thlnkln that women aint a good as men any day an In my opinIon It would RO putty hard with tho world It most of them want anuft sight hotter I dont think It wuth white for men to make a business of rockin the cradle while tho women all go to pltchln haynot on glural principles but theres times whim a showers comln up that Its a good Idee for the women folkq to know how to help git In tho load an then themes other times when It wont do no harm for the men folks to know how to straighten up tho baby Now tboso there gals dyo sposo twould hurt em any to know how to bucklo a swap or un check a horse or hitch into n team If their husbands wero took sick all of a sudden and there want no one to Co for n doctor Wall 1 dont nn you cant make me bellove theres sech an overlastln sight o dif terence between a mans work an a womans of theyre a mind to do their level best for themselves an each other Why laws you Jest ortor seen thorn gals an heard one of em holler Man comity Youd have thought they was shipwrecked on a desert Islaud IIthInk L n TWO 8IPE8 OF THE STORY Told by Parkave to Ashstreet and by Mrs Parkava to Mrs Ashstreet When Mr Parkovo reads this ho will apircclato tho fact that there are iomotlites two sides to a story As he was coming downtown on the car his friend Mr Ashetreet remarked Wasnt It a scorcher yesterday Thats tho truth and I know it all right replied Mr Parknyo Fell asleep on the lounge after dinner anddont laugh dreamed of a cool Ing thunderstorm with rain and hall dashing against tho house Woke up and found my collar wilted tho perspiration streaming down my iaco and my underclothes as moist as If I had been out on tho golf links with tho mercury at 110 In tho sun Fact Had to take a shower bath and change my clothing The other side of the story was told by Mrs Parkavo two hours later as sha was on her way to do some hopping On the car she met Mrs Ashstreet and of course the hot weather was referred to Yes and I played such a mean trick on my man that I am almost ashamed to tell It1 said Mrs Parkave What was It dear You know I can keep a secret asked Mrs Ash street unable to conceal her curios ity- Weil you know as I have often told you Jack snores terribly Yes terday after dinner ho went to sloop on the lounge and was soon snoring loud enough to alarm tho neighbor hood Tho noise grated on my nerves and In selfdofence as I sold to myself I wont to the music room and banged away on tho piano till Illerspiral And what do you think I playedYou remember that descriptive storm piece I used to play when I wished to show off at boarding school Well I literally made tho piano crash with thunder and I had hailstones and big raindrops rattling and pat tering noisily against the windows and shingles Perhaps I Improvised a little and got In more thunder than tho composers score called for but I was determined to drown Jacks snores and to make the storm more ronllstio I switched the lights on and off a few times Finally I hoard Jack got up from tho lounge and mumble something about the host line It been raining he asked as I came Into the room No I replied Well I must have been dreaming lie said Thought I heart thunder and saw llRhtnlng Fool as If 1 had boon taking a turkinh bath with my clothes on Then ho went up stairs to the bath room and I forgot to oxplaln when he canto down Indianapolis sews Selfish Helpless Women Tho helpless woman Is tho most preeminently selfish of all women Tho worst of It Is that It is a very hard selfishness to fight against as she is usually swoot tempered In her tyranny In her homo life before mar rlago she Is always tho ono who gets up last in tho morning and shirks work all day long Today however men aro beginning to realize that tho selfreliant girl Is not necessarily unfeminine and that she makes a better friend or wife helplessback to Item husband from the start to finish The helpless girl is dally growing more and more a back number and sometime In the near future when man comes quite to his proper senses she will be an utterly un known QuantltExchange Kaiser Careful of Details A Hamburg paper tells this story about tho kaisers attention to detail Shortly after his arrival at Swine inundo the kaiser was standing on the bridge of the Hohenrollcrn when he noticed that the sentry a member of tho Stettlncr Royal Grenadiers on duty near tho customs officer wore a topcoat but had his trousers over his boots Time kaiser shouted to the lieutenant of the guard Lieutenant when topcoats are worn the trousers must bo worn inside tho boots The olflcor an extremely youthful fellow became confused and did not know what to say and the emperor called In louder tones Lieutenant I again call your attention to tbo regulation bouts must be worn over Ute trou lien by men who wear topcoats Tho command then flew from post to post and pedestrians wondered why tho soldiers suddenly became busy with their boots The Judicial Way An associate Justice of tho supreme court of Patagascar was sitting by a river when a traveler approached and said I wish to cross Would it bo law ful to uso this boat It would was tho reply It Is my boat Tho traveler thanked him and push ing the boat into tine water embarked and rowed away nut tho boat sank and the man was drowned Heartless man I said an Indignant spectator Why didnt you tell him that your boat had a whole In It Tho matter of tho boats condi tion said tho great Jurist was not brought before mo Cosmopolitan Doubly Sure Smith said tho grocer severely did you charge Mr Jay for that basket of poaches Yes air tho clerk replied I think I did sir Well charge him again said the other You cant bo ton sure of a tiling of that hind ALCOHOL A HANDICAP A Practical Test of the Influence of Alcohol on Workmen In a recent lecture on The Physlcul Effects of Alcohol in Socalled Atoll clnal Doses widely published In medi cal circles Dr 0 E Denton P H C of Chester Va gave an interesting ac count of an experiment conducted by Prof Krapelln tho eminent German scientist and alcohol expert The experiment aimed to determine the In fluence of alcohol in a performance of practical work Involving mental pro ceases One and u quarter ounces of al cohol In the form of Greek wine were ad ministered to each of four typesetters Tho subjects were all accustomed to the use pt beer but were required to abstain during tho experimental period and every detail was arranged so the test was scientifically accurate and simultaneously adapted to the every day life of the men with the one exception of enforced abstinence On the second and fourth day each man was given tho ono and onequarter ounces of alcohol 1C minutes before tho regular working test began The results showed that there wero no more errors than usual but tho amount of work done with alcohol was 1C per cent less than that done without It Commenting on the result ascertained Dr Benton stator nero we have a scientific demonstration of tho effect of an allowable medicinal dose of alco hol a lotto less than the usual physiological limit administered but once In 24 hours and reducing the output of labor Involving mental process to tho extent of 1C per cent All scientists who are giving special attention to the study of the alcohol question now are arriving at much the same conclusions as tho result of their Investigations All agree that very much harm may re suit from Its use Tho past promiscu ous prescribing of alcohol by the medl cal profession must be considered as tho outgrowth of custom and routine rather than accurate knowledge or dis cretion Therefore It is evident that tho true knowledge of the action of alcohol by physicians and the general public will restrict Its promiscuous use to a very largo extent ALCOHOLISM AND INSANITY The Latter Is a Direct Result of the Former Dr Savage recognizes that alcoholic Intemperanco is a potent cause not only of actual insanity but also of nervous weakness and instability both 1S the individual and in his offspring Nevertheless says London Hospital he argues the Increase of Insanity at tho present time certainly bears no actual relationship to the consumption of alcohol for he feels no doubt that tho English people are tar more tern perate than was formerly tho case and that Improvement in this respect Is particularly marked in tho lower and middle classes Hence the recogniz ed increase In insanity cannot be di rectly placed to tho charge of alcohol Further Dr Savage remarks that tho largo number of total abstainers he sees In consulting practice has sometimes mado him wonder wheth er the complete and total change from moderate indulgence in alcohol to total abstinence has been altogether for the goodthe mental good I may sayof the race Such facts as these show how complex and difficult is the discussion of tho whole sub- Ject of alcohol and bow necessary It Is that partisan exaggeration and eloquence should be excluded from Its consideration Kiplings Conversion It Is said that Kudyard Kipling the great English literary genius one time believed In the Inalienable right of the Individual to exercise selfcontrol and selfregulation on tho liquor ques tion but was converted to prohibition by witnessing the leading of two young girls to ruin through drink after which he wrote as follows Then recanting previous opinions I became a prohibitionist Better it is that a man should go without his beer In public places and content him self with swearing at tho narrow mindedness of the majority better it is to poison the inside with very vllo temperance drinks and to buy lager furtively at Jack doors than to bring temptation lips of young fools such as the four I had seen I understand now why preachers rage against drink I have said there Is no harm in It taken moderately and yet my own demand for beer helped directly to send those two girls reeling down n hack street toGod alone knows what end No Marshal Needed One of the newspapers of Winters Cal a temperance town says In a recent Issue In the event of the of fice of the town marshal becoming vacant by removal front town of tho present Incumbent the Express voices the opinion of many taxpayers by saying no new marshal eliould be appointed If any officer Is needed give us a night watchman The town is so orderly now that tho presence of the constable Is sufficient to pre servo the peace in daytimo In fact there is absolutely nothing to do for either officer Tho town may as well save at least GO of the salary now paid It Is now throe eara since Winters adopted the nolicense ordi lance 1855 Berea College 19078 I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOrPLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 ttaJeaU from 27 states Largest college library is Kcaticky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make moat rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced student Arlthniello and the common branches taugbt In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions AndIcompound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The moat practical and Interesting studies to sit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part ot this course as fall and winter terms 1s very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 year courses with Latin Gar man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern raethddi The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses lit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and print terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary t for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano TheoryIBand may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Smell extraIfees Expenses Regulations Opening DaysrBerca College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon cacti student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who aro supporting Beren in order that It may train young men and worneu for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick the Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents Us Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train tug and getting pay according to the value ot their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn an much as 35 cents a week Some who need to own moro may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents to on dollar a week- PERSONAL i EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary lJ with different people Den favors plain clothing Our climate is the bes r but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap and underclothing umbrellas sad overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost I LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay Xor craning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without core or sutra 135 a week In the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash j ing of bedding 40 cents a week to fall and sprint SO oats to winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit aa cuaranten for return of room key library books etc This U paM but once and la returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fes to help oa expensed for ogre of school Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or buildIlearners all our instruction to a free Rift The Incidental Fee for students Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools JC 00 in courses Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by f the term board by the half term Installments are M follows FALL14 weeks 2050lu ens payment 2900 I Installment plan first day 1 2LOS Including 100 deposit middle of l term 945NWINTERt2 weeks 2900tn one payment 12850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900 REFUNDING Students before the end of a term receive back fur money On board in full except week achancedfOn room all but fifty month On Incidental fee a certificate allowia the student to attfly the amount advanced for term bids when be returns provided it U within four term but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have wade your Journey sad are well started In school it pays to stay sa tons a possible THE FIRST DAY of the tail term H September 11 1907 For Information or friendly advice writ to firs Boeretary i WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I I That Premium Knife i takes they eyes of the met and boys wfco we h The natah liken good thing whoa they see It and to get a 15 oe1 ale two bladee of rasor steel anda dollar paper tha I worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar papa la the world i The Knife and The Citifies for One Dollar I That brings IB utawlpUo aU tte u s mull pnlw Ibt on paso r J u THE SCHOOL Problems of the District School fly 1rof Ulnimore Part 4The School In Progress- In this article Mr Dlnsmore continue hll dbcuulon of the rules governing the health ot school The first two rules discussed were Keep Clean and Itat Good roaddld Let the third rule be Breathe Pure Air Almost enough was said this subject under tho topic cleanliness where instruction was given cot- corning the wisdom of keeping our surroundings frco from impure an noxious gases that arises from stagnant pool or decaying matter The remains two things worthy of notice namely schoolrooms churches et andsleeping rooms Teachers should seo to it that their schoolrooms are well ventilated The air in a schoolroom is never pure enough unless it is us pure as tit air outdoors That is the last measure of purity and is the only one we should accept Sleeping rooms are often poorly ventilated and from this cause ari coughs colds catarrh weak lungs impure blood Palo faces cousuniptio- and death Here again the only test is the outdoor air If upon gain out of a sleeping room In the morning and reentering it there is a stiflin sensation or unpleasant odor it is the signal of danger Some of our large cities now have consumption hospitals where th patients are made to live in the open air day and night whether hot cold By 4his treatment victims who are well along with the disease recd or tt is known as tho fresh air cure medicines having nothing toalo wit it Physicians suy it is impossible to take consumption in pure air It is also agreed upon that Tuberculosis consumption is not inher- Ited but is catching A weak bodand low vitality may be inherited Weak and sickly parents produce weak and sicklychildren Such hay feeble powers of resistance and so contract the first disease to which the are exposed This happens to be consumption ab often as any other nud thus it was supposed the disease was inherited It is only the tendency that is inherited A vigorous outdoor life with an abundance of good andsunshine is the only safeguard in such cases Quo consumptive patient poorly cared for may infect a whole famil or even a whole neighborhood The person afllicted expectorates anywhere the expectoration dries up and leaves the germs of the disease to float iu the air or to be washed into the streams to pollute wells and cisterns Th expectoration of a sick person should be upon cloths or other matter the can be burned upas fast as it accumulates All excretions that come from the body of a sick person should be either buried or burned By so doing the air is kept pure and life is protected Churches that are kept tightly closed from week to week are danger ous Darkness and foul air afford the best breeding places for diseases Sunshine and pure air are the foes of disease A church should be opeued and thoroughly ventilated immediately after each service It should have some means of ventilation during service Spitting on church or school house floors is an abominable practis- andl ought to be vigorously condemned every opportunity Many courthouses are hideous examples of this vicious practise Matting is put ttpo the floor and allowed to remain there for years without being cleaned I- isapit upon and tramped upon until it becomes one mass of filth an instil- to decency and a menace to health It may not be wise for the teacher to take aleading part outside of his own domain even in a matter so vital to the community but ho can bring it to the attention of some leading person who will make it a business to see that something is done The fourth rule is Take Plenty of Exercise This leads to the sec ond part of our general topic gymnastics There is a prevaliug beliof the country boys do not need calisthenic drills for the reason that they get plenty of exercise in doing chores and farm work and in walking to and from school It is true they are likely to get plenty of that kindof exercise perhaps too much Nevertheless they need the calisthenics Farmers playTheythan the spring und sprightliness of youth They ueed a series of exorcises that will bring unused muscles into play that will straighten their shoul ders round out their bodies and make them free and easy in their movements Teachers in city schools everywhere have their calisthenic exercises as regularly as they have their classes in reading and numbers but country teachers from lack of knowledge or training or because they consider it unnecesssry usually neglect it Thero is no doubt but that it is just as valuable in country as in city schools If country boys and girls get too muchwork their city cousins get too much play The gymnastics come in as an evener in either case It is work to city children and play to country children Continued Next Week ITHE FARM I The Wood Lot The question of the preservation of the Kentucky woodlands is of vi tal agoWhile estry projects it stands every farmer well in hand to look to the care of the farm woodlot The acreage devoted to these small tracts of woodlaud grows prematuredeathPractically most all of the woodland throughout tho larger portion of the state is second growth and most of it sprout wood that is trees which have grown from shoots springing from the stumps of older trees that have been felled As a rule these trees are short lived and not very robust The decay of the old stump infects the shoot with fungus diseases which gradually brings about the death of the latter This is not the only reason not even the most important reason why our trees are dying off so rapidly hnt it is one of the reasons preservingtheto do this is now not a generation hence for it is a recognized fact that in part of our woodlands the annual rate of growth hardly equals the annual rate of decay Every stick of timber that the farmer cuts for fuel or build ing purposes decreases the total stand just that much unless new stock is planted to take its place Every citizen of the state should guard against fire grazing and injudicious cutting Of course there is a time when the ripe timber should be cut and marketed The farmer should study his trees und know when they are ready for the ax just as the stockman knows when his cattlo are ready for the market There are a few general rules which should be carefully followed by every farmer who has dhargo of a woodlot in order that it may yield him n pricedlumberleast u part of the timber and fuel used from year to year on ones own farm One of the first things necessary is to out out all defective and worth lesstrees so as to allow more room for healthy and better ones to grow Of coursasuch thinning must be done gradually so as not to open tho forest lightforA wood lot cannot be expected to produce itself unless all fires aro carefully guarded to prevent spreading and live stock not premitted to graze upon it This last is in some cases the most discouraging feature of the situation For the sake of a few mouthfulls of sour grass and weeds farmers will persist in useiiig their woodlots for pasturage and pf course the young trees and sprouts hardly get a chance to start before they are either nipped off or killed by tramping Oldest British Holiday The Saturday afternoon Is tho old est British holiday It originated In the eleventh century when nn edict of KingCanute enacted that every Sun day be kept from Saturday noon to Mondays dawn Not Even Saint Patrick Angry Scot Lodk here Mr i fOPrlen Ive the verra greatest re npect for yer country but ye mauns forget this Ye can sit on a rose and ye can Bit on a shamrock but 0 mane canna sit on a thistle The Sketch ilTHE STARS AND THE DRAGON A Preachment Story for Children by Miss Ida L Brooks a Mission 1 ary In Shanghai Thero Is no use denying that tho Cheerful Pilgrim nway In a far country was looking anything but cheerful oven though sho was asleep and tho hornr DrtOzetlas justtJmy Starry Banner on the wall that look vuftos of rod whlto and blue And tho flag mlSusnap camp graceCulger tho Unohcorful Pilgrim whtsrou t IsUever can outlhalfyfolds of tho hag and tossing it In n heap on the floor I coDid you spook to last piped a bodrof tho shrill voice continued because yoiu e Pilgrim crossly Who are you anyway Im tho Chief High Robuker an nounced tho Tiny Creature perching surIoration Thewhatbseine to say this must to you the Tiny Creature proceeded axalamntlonithere needs no ghost or goblin come from tho grave to toll mo t1 But whats opt You mean what is the Immediate thte UJItell youIts this And the Tiny Cromturo arose with much dignity and shook out tho bright folds of tho Starry Banner This echoed the Pilgrim Well thats not me I thought you were after me- And so I am retorted tho Chief High Rebuker resuming his seat on tho Flag So I am but this is at the bottom of It Now theres the Drag on GoodnoM where exclaimed the startled Pilgrim sitting bolt upright Oh dont Interrupt mol I mean of course the Dragon on tho flag of this country stupid Oh yes and tho Pilgrims head dropped back on the pillow And all you foreign people In a tone of withering scorn all you for sign people sang for hours last night about this old red striped thing pull- Ing at tho Flag as though thereI wasnt another banner or another coun try in all the worldI the Tiny Creature broke off suddonlyI I suppose thats why you looked so cross in your sleep because you have to live in our country for a time in stead of your own but everybody knows who knows anything with biting sarcasm that our Celestial IIal1t And tho Dragon is a lot more bcautl ful A peal of derisive laughter from tho bed interrupted the eloquence of thI fTiny Creature who shook with anger stamped repeatedly on tho floor all of which only increased the nier riment of tho Pllgrlm It is hard to say what might have happened at this moment If tho alnrt Breeze thinking this a good opportun ity to please the Pilgrim had not darted whistling through tho window and smothered the Tiny Creaturo in the folds of tho Starry Banner Let mo outmo out mout cried tho choking Rebukor But the Breeze only chuckled airily and whls tied as ho carried tho Flag and Its burden to tho window wince he shook the Tiny Creature out into tho darkness Tho amused Pilgrim now looking very cheerful was turning over tot sleep again when n silvery chlmo was j heard and looking toward tho wIn- o dow tho astonished Pilgrim saw a beautiful star or was It n taceT shining In It was hard to toll for n moment whether It were really a star or a face but gradually It took shape and proved to be tho faco of a Shin ing One Friend friend said a ImelodIous voico truly must not your oar bo heavy It It falls to catch tho llltorTI and more and moro radiant and the Pilgrim won dorcd what country tho Shining Ono was thinking of But this love should not be limited to one country The patriotism of tho Kings children should enable them to love ovary spot In ilia Kingdom And Is not the whole portjtree and or andfneedtul taco It seemed to become a star again and tho Pilgrim realised that the Shining One was gone But when the night had slept It self away and tho Pilgrim awoke to another day In a heathen laud of per erty and vise and wretchedness she- I wont out and purchased a Dragon Flag and draped It on tho wall be4do tho dearly loved Starry Planner j And when other enthusiastic voices praised the land of the free and the home of the brave the Cheerful Ill grim took sides with the Dragon country at tho risk of being oonld cred unpatriotic anything harder for an American than to be counted among the unpatriotic FlatIf They Are His Crop Nothing to mote putlMUe than an oM man who hi trjrloft to sow wild eels I PUBLIC SALB We will sell at public sale on Wednesday October 9 1807 at 16 oolook a m in order to effect a div ision of property without buy bidding1 mllMr300 acres of good Bluegrass land will produce corn wheat hemp or tobacoo ISO acres of this now in hemp 86 in corn 30 In meadow and the rest in Bluegrass There is a good farmhouse 2 good barns and all necessary outbuildings on this land Also It well watered with three ponds a creek nnd a never falling spring It wit be sold first in two tracts of i nIIoclock a m wo will soil on the premises on Muddy Creek eight miles tram Richmond and two miles from Moberley 225 acres of good land nil n Bluegrass This farm has on it nj house and two barns Well wn tered by several springs and a creek Terms mado known on day of sale h M and O L Hume Long Tom Chcnault Auctioneer I t+o+o 001 o+o1o +oFo4 o+c4 o++o Foq oo+o+o+ooloooo +o+o+o +to + i ADDING I i NEW ACCOUNTS I + 0- o + We are constantly adding new accounts and our o business is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It ist1 our purpose to 3 Deal Justly and Liberally With All o + 0- I Your Account Solicited 0o + f INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 1 o 3 o THEo t 0 0 Berea National Bank I 0co+o+oFeO+Wafo +o+o +o +OG +o +o+o+o+v+o +oo+o+o +o+o i Live Stock MarketIExtra good steers 251CholerCommon toinudliun do 8 SJ5 n 8T MilFaira R ro Choice butcher cows n CO 4 Pair to rood do do n n 50 8Ciuinorrt 26 Choice feodrs 4 2S 4 fd- Died to genii do 4 4 Sly Coin nail rough do 8 CO 4 loud to ext stook steers 4 425 Fair to good do do 11 60 4 COin to mud do do 2 75 tf 36 50ICertCom to HIM do 1i1 UIliInlrChoice veal onlven 0 26 1 7f Coarse heavy coin 2 60 8 60 40Comriain common do do 10 20 IHXI- SCholuflp k b 90400 lbs I M NJlghtCholo IO to 10 Urn 6 76 n M r Light p to 101bs A6 575- OUgb8JIO j to 600 lbs 8 60- S1IBBT 6 45 AND UAJIBfl Good to oh fat sheep 4 M 4 10 Hair to good sheep 3 10 4 5 Common sheep 2 00 S 00 Bucks 7 00 T Choice butcher lambs 4 00 4 ft Culls and lall ends 2 BO 4 11- raoaoce KRHB ISfflOe per dot I Butter 17 to ISo per lb Poultry Spring oklikoM small lie per lbM large lie hens JOe dyeU small young lea old Is turkeys So geese To I It we work upon marble It will perish It we work upon brass tlmo will efface It If wo roar temples they will crumble Into dust but If we work upon our Immortal minds It wo Imbue them with principle with tho just fear ot God and our till low manwe engrave on those tab lets something which will brighten to all eternity Daniel Webster I the coldest largest rolls to or Christmas it as neat heater is airtight beg fag sold of repairs only by UNION Box VA Hit Back Walking along a road in tho rd mote went of Ireland two tourists were passing one of tho cottages or as they are hotter known In tho coun try cabins of tho peasantry This particular was oven a moro than usually specimen of Its class and tho chimney consisting mainly of tho remains of nn old top hat presented n comical If pathetic his friend n wink ono of tho tourists accosted a youth who was sitting contentedly on n fence I say my boy ho said doos that chimney draw well Sluiro thin It doGS was tho prompt reply It draws tho notice o iToroy fool that passes byl PUBLIC SALE Having taken charge of Haseldon Ilros harness business In Lancaster Ky 1 on Saturday Sept JS 1907 sell tho highest bidder on the pram Isos my two houses and lots lying on tho east side of Main street Kirks VllleJCy Lot No 1 contains almost ono acre with n good two story seven room fount residence In good repair good wen ooal house chicken house eta ble and corn orlb Lot No 2 contains ono nero and 15- poles with a room house also harness shop About Acre in milts applet peaches peen plume and grapes This Is a good location for a barnew rasher and In a good qulxt neighborhood Klrtnvitle IB a thriving and prosper out village with a population of 160 It Is located on a high ridge above any malarIa ten miles south of filch mond Madison county four miles from L N It Jt It Is a loeal Iwlion village and for sobriety and Christianity cannot excelled It has four ohurobM one bunk two general store two smith shops two undertaken ami two doctors Terms Onehalf ouch sad onebait two equal payment with 6 per Gent interest from day of sale till paid Sale to at 10 L m- U 0 SaBford W P Irowltl Auctioneer Klrk- vllle or Bores Ky O O O I AM THE MAN WHO 1 SELLS THE LANDTown property In Il ra and farm InmU are advancing In I prlc iHiyiiirI for ante I have one farm well loomed eotitnlHliur lOOnenw SUnorae hottout land nOne NU I well I and lying along bwiklit eounl110eUrnud nnrcl which J t for the small slim of I17UX wllr8ft11I I have another Intel land fountAlnnf1M seas of grass laud arrm bottom land COtlll M oflandWo I luive very beautiful property In Keren now fur MU I HHT four building Iota In JIlt Yet IHlyet u retold price 1100 each rare In seek lot I have three oottHfrrw In llw West end lots containing mi acre I onn Nell you tatty one of tha lots at UO eneb these- are evldntly the asst Imrgnins you wilt Lars for Ii nlee loin In Nt silts w rays noon MI Another bnrvnin 4uncrennf laud In the farm a vry good bulldlnggood vtrfnrbtg96ncrsoffrtKIIKIUuan la IK only llflOO I If you want to oxchnnRo buslnoss In town I am your mnn Anything you want sold toll mo t JJtP BICKNELL REAL ESTATE AGENT and OO MERCHANTI aittAAilAtilltirRAitAittitilAitflitAQiaieitte L 1yteS d 1I yIttfS l I THE VARIETY STORE 1axAJ Variety Store Wo are adding stew goods every day at prtoes rights JKoup In mind that wo are cols agenU for J ivto or can Try a W o sel- lJ jio g E M FLOUR o tlml11hoti S- v L jiotoPROPOtblgXt Illq taAlRleiaildldla +ltA4rjdaaitRdeAitlASlitittaittYAiIAaAdaSt Cosby Patent AirTMt Baker and Heater IT tDOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms and room in busyhousewifefrom light a Thanksgiving turkey looks as any made It and a great fuel saver Thousands arc Thousands housekeepers are andbottomsMade STOVE CO Inc 2745 RICHMOND cabin dilapidated appearanceTipping will to three and op be merchandise black In oowweece of 40 ton IT HEATSAN- DCOOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made TRUST FOOLS TEXAS CORSICANA COMPANY RELIEVE TO BE PART OF STANDARD TILFORD DOES NOT KNOW Attorney Kellogg Says Officers of Lat ter Control the Former Immense Personal Profits of J D Rockefeller Now YorkThat tho Standard Oil ontpinny Is operating under tho namo of the Coreloana Hoflnlng company In the state of Texas which has forbid don the oil combine to operate within tho state was Indicated Thursday whon Wesley IL Tllford treasurer of tho Standard 011 company under ex animation in tho governments suit against the company testified that H C FolRor and C M Payne who Frank KollogK thu attorney for the govern ment state control tho Corslcana onmpany are prominent In the oon duct of affairs of the Standard OH company Mr KoHogs sought to draw from the wltnoM the Information that the Conslmiia company wiw roally a Standard 011 company and was epee ating In Texas beenuso the antitrust laws of that state would not permit the combine to operate there Mr Til end replied that so far as he knew the Standard Oil company bad no In itwMiR In Texas Ho sold that Mr rW er and Mr Payno wore both oil sere of the Standard 011 onm auy but he was not aware that they owned the Corsleunn company Another Interesting development forjf personal holdings In the Standard 011 company Just to what extent tho reputml hoed was Individually Inter Cited In the great concern has long been A matter or speculation It was lroucht out that Mr Rockefeller owned MtXSl shares or more han ono fswrth of the total 97S600 certifi companyItOMdpatty M pteced on record Twewtar It Is computed that Mr Rockefellers per sonal presto during the past elAM years has aUrgatd shiest Zhu- oio M At Tswwlays hemUg It was KwUBeii that la the years 1MO to I90fi iMlMiv ike Standard Oil eowpuny I 140315N4A Dig Profit In 011 New York Ms re tight was shod spas tin rrroarkaUJe mrnlng oapadtjr nf flu various cntMldlary companies of if standard 011 company Wmlnes W whrn Frank D ICeitogg who Is cfttMtoeu the federal suit succeeded M ptacing upon the record the profIt vf n st DM principal subsidiary rom gash In the years l50t and 1906 The KtAtemont of the warnings of Iho Standard 011 company of Indiana which was recently lined IS9I46ftW by JNdftft landis of Chicago for re ImllHS 4lMlc ed that In 1010 the com Many warned no loss than I10S1COS2 on a capitalisation of 1000000 or over 1000 per conL a year Tho Indl ana company In 1900 earned more than any subsidiary company of Mho big coraWmu In a period or eight years from 1S90 i to 1906 Inclusive tho company on a statement spread upon the records of j Tuesdays hearings was shown to have earned total profits of JIDO3lt 014 or at the rate of moro than JOl 000000 a year and distributed to Its shareholders In tbo same period 308 359403 CHICAGOS CHARTER DEATEN J Voter Reject the Instrument at the Special Election Chicago Chicagos new city char tor the result of many mouths work by committees and organizations was defeated in the special election Tues day The voto was nearly two to one against It Tho efforts of mho United societies for Local SelfGovernment tho South Iark board tho Dcnccn faction among tho Ilopubllcana and of tho Democrats generally are credited with tho result Tho claim that tho now charter would result In much higher taxcsbad much Jo do with its defeat Arrest 800 Men In One Raid lodz Russian Poland Troops doIwas own murdered by his employes Sept I 13 because ho refused to pay them for the tlmo they wero out on strike Eight hundred of the workmen were I taken into custody War on Greek Restaurants f Jollet 111 War against Greek restaurants was begun following jn attack on Frank McFadden col lector for a laundry by tho proprietor at tho Royal restaurant in North Chi sago street The restaurant keeper a waiter und a cook are under arrest New Head of Chester Asylum Springfield IIIGo Denecn Fri day npiolnttd Dr Cyrus IL Anderson of MoLeansboro superintendent of thd asylum for insane criminals at Chestcr In placo of Dr Walter E Singer who died on Wednesday Dr H L Getz Stabs Himself Mnfshalltown laDr H L Gets former president of the International Association of Railway Surgeons at tempted eulcldo at tho railway sta tion at West Liberty by stabbing himself over tbo heart THE PRESIDENT TO CAMP HE WILL SPEND 17 DAYS IN CANE DRAKES OF LOUISIANA Region Abound In Game and Mr Roosevelt Will Have Some Good Hunting Oyster Hay N Y Seventeen days of rout vacation with none of tho dutlos of his office to worry him Is what president Roosevelt la to have when lie goes Into camp next month and It will bo most welcome to him Though nominally on hit vacation at Oyster Hay this uuiruner thorn havo been but few hours In which ofllclrvl business has not Intruded A physi cal and mental recreation as complete as his carne will permit Is now ar ranged President Roosevelt will pitch his camp In tho northeastern corner of Louisiana on or about Oc tober 6 Tho exact spot Is yet to be determinedTho provide for a camping trip but every one who knows mirth eastern Louisiana knows that the cane brnkwt shelter game worthy of a huntsman of presidential calibre Those who have the good fortune to make pleasant the presidents camp expect that the monotony of camp life will occasionally be broken by a hunt While the details of tho trip have not boon thoroughly worked out tho main feature woro announced by Secretary Loeb Thursday The presi dept will leave Oyster flay for Wash ington next Wednesday and on tho following Sunday will start on his western and southern speechmaking tour At Memphis Tonn on October 4 the speechmaking program will bo Interrupted and the president will start for tbo camping grounds He will brook camp on October 21 going directly to Vicksburg Miss to make his promised speech there The re turn to Washington will bo begun al most immediately after and the White House will be reached on tho afternoon of October 23 Tho president will bo tho guest while In camp of Civil Service Com missioner John A MtKIhlnney of New Iberia La and of John M Parker of New Orleans Following the speech at Vicksburg October 21 the president has consent ed tn make all address at Hermitage Turin on ties rollowInK day FOUR DIE IN AUTO WRECK Prominent Elks Are Killed at Color ado Springs Catorate Sprints ColA powerful rariaR automobile occupied by seven prominent IBks and chauffeur and built to hold only three passwnters whllo running at a terlUe rate crashed into n telephone pole at Uw bottom of tho Wet llurfando street hill here early Tuesday and was wrecked Three of the occupants were killed outright a fourth died shortly after the necldewt and others woro more or loss seriously hurt Tho bodies oC the three dead wero mangled almost beyond recognition The dead John- S Grey formerly of Now York killed outright llrltton L Graves druggist died shortly afterward W n Ralston a dealer In electrical supplies killed outright II Wtnnnl killed outright The Injured aro James English George luckier F1 Ward and A W Markschoffol Tho party had been to the Elks clubhouse at Manitou to attend a so alal session am was returning bqmo NOVELTY IN LA CROSSE WIS Electric Light Company II Ordered to Increase Its Rates La Crosse WlsDy a decision handed down Friday by tho state railway commission tho electric light- Ing rates charged by the La Crosse Oas Electric company are declared to be too low and unromuneratlve and the company Is ordered to put a high er scale of rates into effect This Is the first decision of this kind ever made In tho state Under tho now stato law public service cor porations as well aa customers may appeal to tho commission for relief and this stop was taken by tho local corporation Wu Tung Fang May Return Peking It was announced Friday that Liang TonYen who had beon se lected to succeed Sir Chcntung Liang Cheng as minister to Washington had Instead been appointed arslstant sec rotary of the waiwupu or Chinese board of foreign affairs While no official announcement hall yet been mado of tho name of tho now minis tor to Washington It is understood that tho determination has beon reached to send Wu Ting Fang back to that post from which bo was recalled tour years ago EmploY 1 Lose Dock Strike Galveston The strike of tho Southern Pacific dock workers has ended The company made minor concessions but tbo wage scale remains unchanged 30 to 40 cents au hour Elizabeth Holmes found Insane Now YorkMrs Elizabeth M Holmes who was ejected from tho Whlto House In January 190C after a series of attempts to interview the president was adjudged Insane Thursday by a sheriffs Jury Asylum Superintendent Dead Springfield litDr W E Singer superintendent of the asylum for crier inals Insane 11 Chester died at the Institution there aged 80 years The remains will bo interred in llelll villa I READY FOR THE PLUNGE CAGE FALLS AND ELEVEN DIE HORRIBLE ACCIDENT IN MINE AT NEOAUNEE MICH Drake Falls to Work Miners Hurled Down 75 Feet Seven Found Alive But Fatally Hurt Nogauncc Michlly a cage plung ing 75 feet down tho shaft of the Jones Laughlln Cteol company mine 11 men wore killed and seven fatally Injured Friday The cago with Its human freight was being lowered on Its first trip Mr the day when the brakn on the hoisting drum suddenly tailed to hold Two other men sprang to tho assist nnco of the ono at the brake wheel but their combined efforts did not avail and the wire cable continued to unreel from tho drum like thread from a bobbin Tbo cage shot down a couple of hundred feet before a kink In tho too rapidly paying out cable caused It to part and from that point the cage had a sheer drop to the bottom of the shaft The safety catches with which it was equipped failed to operate Workmen at the bottom of the mine Immediately set about the growsome task of removing the dead Seven men wore found Mill alive but they are fatally hurt- Thousands of people soon congro gated about the mine shaft In the crowd were the wives and children of tho 200 men who are employed in the mine Bach thought that husband or parent or a son was in tho cage There was no way of relieving tho suspense as the fallen cage blocked tho exit It was fully two hours before the cable was adjusted so that tho sago could be raised to the sur face When all the miners came from un der ground and many anxious wives and othors falttd to find members of their families who worked in tho minI tho scone was awful The priests And ministers moved among tho peo plo consoling them rind bogging thorn to be calm LOW FARE LAW HIT AGAIN Pennsylvanias Statute Once More Is Declared Invalid Harrisburg PaTho two cent fare law enacted at tho recent session of the Pennsylvania legislature was ad judged Invalid unconstitutional and void in its application to tho Susque banna River Western Railway company In an opinion delivered Thursday at Bloomfield by Judge Shull of the Perry county court Britain to Burn 011 In Her Navy London According to information from tho Inner circles of the admIr- alty tho government has decided to substitute oil for coal at the British naval bases throughout the world It is assorted that the government already has made heavy purchases of oil In Texas Roumanla and Galicia and is also prepared to monopolize the entire oll producing field of Nigeria Tho latter Is still undeveloped but tho authorities aro drilling on a large scale in places whero the surface conditions Indicate plentiful oil depos its Bar Spinsters from Saloons Milwaukee A special from Wau pacn says that tho common council of that city has passed nn ordinance for bidding women to enter saloons un less accompanied by their hue bands Woman Tortured to Death Zion City JIIFlvo persons morn bers of tho sect of Parhnmltea are under arrest hero held on tho confes lIon of one of them on n charge of torturing to death Mm Letitla Green haulgh 64 years old who had been a cripple for over 20 years from rhea matism Two of the accused fanatics are the son and daughter of tho vie tim The son said the five twisted she womans limbs and neck In order to drive out the devil that they bo llevcd possessed her Soon after that she died WOMAN SLAIN BY ROBBER Chicago Kindergarten Principal Is Found Choked to Death Chicago Mrs Lillian White Grant 40 years old a widow well known In Hyde Park and principal of a kindergarten conducted in tho building of the University Congregational church was found murdered In her room at 6520 Madison avenue Friday Every article of Jewelry owned by Mrs Grant was missing and it is believed robbery was the object of the murderer liar body was found lying across tho bed dressed only In night clothing Ona of her own garments was twisted tightly about her neck and knotted under her loft ear Death had been caused by strangula tlon or a broken neck The Imprints of tho fingers of the womans assailant were found on her neck which was broken by the mur derer A colored man who bad been assisting Mrs Grout In preparing to move is being sought by the lalica THIRTY KILLED IN WRECK Disastrous Accident Occurs on the Mexican Central Road Mexico City There has been a dis astrous wreck on the Mexican Cen tral railroad A freight train and a passenger train como Into collision at Uncarnaclon near tho city of Aguas Callentes and It Is reported that 30 persons wore killed and many injured The passenger train was the regular 151 Paso express which left that city TuesdayNo from the Unltod States came In Thursday over the Central Is Impossible to got further details lit the wreck Tho railroad officials admit that the wreck occurred but refuse to talk of tho matter REJECTED SUITOR SLAYS Kills Girl Who Refuses to Marry Him and Commits Suicide Now York Because she had per sistently refused to marry him Henry Flachner a baker shot and Instantly killed Miss Jobanna Hoffman Thurs day and fatally wounded himself Tho shooting took place In tho presence of several persons In a bakery and lunch room in Tenth avenue of which Miss Hoffmans undo Is tho proprietor When the girl fell and several men rushed at him Flschnor shot himself In tho head inflicting a wound from which he died In a hospital ENTOMBED IN BLAZING MINE Terrible Predicament of Three Men at Sparta Minn Sparta Minn Three men aro en tombed In the Malta mine here which Is afire Firemen fought tho blazo all Tuesday night and Wednesday but made little headway The fire was started by the careless throwing of alighted cigarette Into the bay in the underground stables Jail Delivery at Laporte Ind Laporte IndAfter knocking down tho wife of Sheriff Smutzer with an Iron rod wrenched from a bed when she stepped Into tho cell corridor to give a drink of wator to a sick prisoner Thursday night Arthur Cummings and John Edwards awaiting grand Jury action on grand larceny charges ceccpod from the Laporte county Jail Mrs Smutzer though badly hurt crawled to the outside door and locked It preventing tbo oacapo of 11 other prisoners who wero about to rush out South Dakota Fares Reduced Sioux Falls S DTho state board of rtillroad commissioners Friday adopted a resolution reducing the maximum passenger faros in South Dakota from threo to two and ono half cents a mile to become effective October 5 Wisconsin Pioneer Dies Hustls Ford WIs John Hustls a pioneer of Wisconsin and ono of the leading spirits In tho development ol the state died here in the nlnstrs sl euth year of his age u Kentucky G1eanin S 4 J IMost Important News StetetAll Parts of the TOBACCO COMBINE FINED Jury Finds American Co Guilty of VloI latlng AntiTrust Law Newcastle KyThe Jury in the case of the commonwealth against the American Tobacco Co brought In a verdict of guilty and assessed a fine of 2700 against the trust for alleged violation of the antitrust laws The proceedings against tho com pany were quasicriminal being found ed on petition Instead of Indictment The commonwealth alleged that the American Tobacco Co unlawfully en tered Into an agreement became a member of and a party to a pool or trust with tho Continental Tobacco Co end other organizations for the purpose of regulating and controlling tho price of tobacco In the leaf thereby committing the crime of conspiracy against tho peace and dignity of tho commonwealth of Kentucky to the damage to tho commonwealth of 5 000 Tho Jury after hearing Iho evidence and receiving the instructions of the court rotlrcd for a verdict and was out over an hour This Is tho first Instance In Ken tacky whore a socalled trust has been tried on such a charge Tho case will bo appealed by the attorneys of the American Tobacco Co TWO GUNS FLASHED And Lawyer Williams Mortally Injures Dr S W Adkins Mt Vernon KyC C Williams ono of the most prominent attorneys in this section of the state shot and prob ably fatally wounded Dr S W AdkIns Dr Adklns who came hero from Glencoe Ky about a year ago recently had trouble with his wife which resulted In a separation Mrs Adkins employed Williams as her attorney and as soon as the suit was Instituted Adklns became very bitter towards VllHams it is claimed The parties met on tho street when Adkins according to stories told be pin cursing and abusing Williams fol lowing with a blow on Williams face with tho loft hand while he drew his revolver with his right Williams drew his gun and both fired about the same time AdkIns had tried on several occa stows to provoke a difficulty It is said Excitement Is running high on account of the prominence of the two men 1 Probe Begun Ixoulsvllle ly1ho board of alder men of the general council under or ders from Mayor Bingham to investi gate the charges of alleged graft and bribery against Dr Samuel A Bradley city live stock Inspector organized It self Into a board of inquiry The charges were read to the board by Judge Richards city attorney and up + on the absence of tho accused the board adjourned until next Thursday to allow Dr Bradley time to fllo his answer They Saw the Circus Paducah Ky Desirous of witness log a circus performance but forbid den by their mother children of Sarah Blanklcy colored tied her hands and feet to a bedpost leaving her alono while they attended the performance The womans screams attracted police men and the children were taken be fore Judge R T Llghtfoot for a hear- Ing Mcntolgomerchased from J H Reed at a handsome price Sorcerer dam Miss Winkle for Adjt Gen N K Avrll president of the Ft Riley Hunt club He also pur chased from Brig Gen Roger D Wil liams six of the noted fox hounds for the Ft Rlley club Must Pay Interest Frankfort KyThe court of appeals In the case of commonwealth vs L N railroad decided that the road must pay 6 per cent interest on a deterred payment of franclilso taxes to the state The state fixed the fran chise valuation so tho tax would amount to 51000 a year Strike In New Plant Paducah KyPresident J A Voll of tho Glass Bottle Blowers Union of the United States and Canada called ont all glass blowers from the Flnlcy plant Paducaha newest Industry leav Ing It idle only a week after starting Flnley It is said wants to run an open shop Senator Lindsay Is Better Frankfort Ky Former United States Senator William Lindsay con tlntios to bo quite 111 at his summer home here He Is suffering from an affection which causes much pain While not out of danger he Is regard ed as being practically on the road to recovery Policemen Indicted Paducah Ky Patrolmen Will Orr nnd Jack Sanders woro Indicted by tho grand Jury charged with robbing Will Brown and John A Harris colored of 380 The negroes claim tho police men held them up in a deserted part of the city Shot In the Back Stanford Kn Joseph Hayeslet while returning from ti camp meeting at Jumbo Lincoln county was shot I from ambush The bullet hit him In the back and physicians havo been unable to locate it after much probing BRIDERY AND EMBEZZLEMENT Now Charged Against Louisville Live Stock Meat Inspector Louisville KyDr Samuel A Brad toy city live stock and meat Inspectorjwho was arrested several charged with misappropriating propS erty will have to face charges of brl gory and embezzlement which were pled against him by W W Davfesi ihnlrman of the board of public safety llie additional warrants against Brad+ Icy wero served on him in the court room when the original caso was call ed and were accompanied by affidavits of a sensational nature setting out the specific cases wherein he Is alleged to have accepted bribes from local meat dealers As soon as tho additional charges had been preferred Attorney Aaron Kohn who has been retained to lirogucuvs Bradley and his alleged con federates asked that the cases bo con tlnuod until September 25 and that the ball In each case be fixed at 1000 which was Lone by Judge Blain over the protests of Bradleya counsel Attorney James Edwards PECULIAR ACCIDENT On the Road Caused Instant Death of Young Guy Holland Franklin Ky While returning home from Franklin in a wagon Guy Holland the 19 year old son of James Holland one of the wealthiest men of this county met Instant death One ot the traces became unfastened and la stepping out on the tongue to fasten It he frightened one of the horses which gave a lunge end threw him into a ditch The wagon then struck a large stone and it rolled down on the boys head crushing it to pulp He died almost Instantly MOST NOTED LAWYER Of Kentucky ExUnited States Senator Lindsay IB Seriously III Frankfort Ky Former United States Senator William Lindsay tho most noted lawyer in Kentucky Is ser- Iously 111 at his home in this city with a serious bladder complication He Is past 70 years and his rallying powers are limited He had a severe attack a few hours Sunday but rallied and was thought to be getting along nIce- ly However his physicians who ore in constant attendance and his friends are alarmed over his condition ByRoosevelt Catlettsburg KyJaller P S M cum received a message froit United States Attorney General Bonn party directing the release of Frank Ballard from the Boyd county JaiL Ballard on May 29 last was sentenced by Judge Cochran to serve six months and pay a fine of 1000 for moonshin Ing in Menlfce county Kentucky President Roosevelt commuted the son tence Housebreaking Is the Crime Frankfort KyThe court of appeals decided It was housebreaking In the meaning of the law whero a man borrowed a key to the house where he lived entered the house to get a suit of his own clothing and while there stole another suit that was the property of the owner of the house Tho verdict of guilty against Thomajf Young of Trigg county was affirmed on the above facts First Accident In New Yards Lexington Ky While walking through the railroad yards near tho Union station Jako Trlstler night car inspector for the C O Railway Co was struck by an L N train Just arriving here from Cincinnati He Is fatally injured It Is the first accident In the new Unlpn station yards Big Cattle Sale Lexington Ky Seven thousand five hundred cattle were Bold on the public square In Mt Sterling Tho number Ii of cattle sold was the largest in tJYiL- clly In ten years Feeders brought cents but the bulk of the sales worerfrom 4 to 4K cents Heifers brought 3V4 cents I Flies Suit For Back Lexington KyD 1 Taxnrstate revenue collector against Richmond P city to recover back taxes on 50000 Invested In foreign stocks and 200000 in cash for the years 190G and 1907 New Telephone Company Glasgow Ky Travis Taylor and W R Gardner of Morgantown Ky hero trying to establish a home aroiphone system They propose to a 10000 system If the citizens f raise half the money ExMayor Dies Stanford KyL Gratz traveling salesman out cf Louiavlllc died of heart trouble on a train The wore shipped to Knoxville where Jie was formerly remanIPeddlers Suspected Eminence KyWhile t4llraerbroke Into their residence and stole 500 worth of Jewelry nnd a lot of ell I Qtborloulsvlllefarmer of near Dublin Graves county 1 who has been In Louisville for several days visiting the state fair received a telegram announcing that his wife had clven birth to male triplets t 1I o ooeooeo ooeoeooeooooooooooooeoo J I East Kentucky Correspondence j S News You Get Nowhere Else f j at correipOBdinct pubUibed ulea elIDed la tan by tie writer Tilt name p- Ie tot lot publication bat II as iTiaenc of toed faith Write pUlnly o Oooooooooooooooooooooooooo JACKSON COUNTY mollISept IGTho other day damaged the corn Mrs Leavltt Steward and sharplyI dren and Mrs Cordelia two daughters are visiting Mr and Mrs Elea Perry at this place Gordon Dean was the guest of IrII Hudson Sunday Mr and Mrs Bengo were the guests of Mrs Harda M Azblll from Thursday until Sunday Mrs Maggie Bengo Is Tlsltlng her sister at Dreyfus until after the assoc atlonMrs Mary Click was the guest of Mrs Bell Parks Thursday Mr and Mrs Hadon Rose were the guests Mrs Aele Azblll Saturday night ofI Mr Tsrrel Curtis Binge Mr Lain were the guests of W R Bence t Friday night TinonrrK Sept 91We are having some TerT find weather at present The Re r Tom F Forbush field a protracted meeting at Lone Oak this week had a big revival Fad Lake andI bought a mule from T M Rose 55Mrs Martha Lake Combs of Berea Is visiting home folks this week Green and Lonle Lake visited the singing at Bethel last night Em ery Amyx Is on the sick list at present MIUPLR tapir I Sept 2irCane cutting and fodder s pulling are under way In this vicinity I Joe Tussey sold Isaac Lear a wagon for 20Does Wilson who has been at Hamilton Ohio for the past four months returned to his home Friday Mrs Sallie McGulro of Lebanon Junction who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place re turned to her home Monday Ovey Tussey made a business trip to Livingston MondayDoes Wilson and Llge Angel have gone Into a job of logging near Sand GapDan Angels family are still very poorly with whooping cough Wes Angel has been working on a wagon for Bob Lear Little Bob this weekJames Lear of Helters Branch attended court at McKee Monday Johnnie Holt had hisI foot hurt very badly lasts week by a wagon running over ItMrs SI M Baker visited her daughter Tlsh Lear Friday night There was quite a large crowd of young folks entertain ed at Wes Angels Sunday All the I young folks are expecting to be at a big bean stringing at Llge Angels Saturday night iiunrrv Sept 21Autumnal days have come bringing gentle showers of rain and the cool refreshing winds How thankful and grateful we are or should be for trees loaded with fruit and the ears of corn melons and veg etables grapes nuts etc and as we stand on some mount and view the landscape over all nature Is beautiful Mrs Sallle ODonnell of Richmond Is visiting her aged father Wesley Gabbard of Hooten Creek and also her brothers and sisters of Hurley thl week Everybody seemed glad to see her after being absent from friends so longAlex Perry the traveling pho tographer will be at the Indian Creek association Mrs Pallstlne Gabbard Is very sick We hope her a speedy recoveryour Sundayschool at this placo Is progressing nicely Most the farmers are very busy taking ofI of their fodder and making sorgum W M McCollum passed thru hero day with a nitro load of water melons ho was taking to market Old Uncle Wesley Gabbard has been very poorly for several daysMr Hcl lards school Is progressing well with good attendanccISept 22 IrPolar Parker and Miss Battle RUMO were married last We wish them a happy lifeMrs Martha Click and her nolce Miss Laura Click visited the formers brother Wm Hays and family Sun dayNathan Durham of Richmond is visiting relatives at this place Hen ry Click Is on tho sick list Dr Settle Is In attendance Mr Clark of Borea was hero organizing a Sunday school He also visited tho public school and gave tho pupils quite a talk Everyone seemed Interested Mr and Mrs Lewis McGuire gave tho young folks a social Saturday night There wore quite a number present and all re ported a good time Miss Aiiiilo Powell our teacher chaperoned the youngI peopla Charlle Jones and Droyfus are visiting relatives at this place Funeral services will be held t at Sand Gnp on tho 4th Sunday In September in memory of Aunt Catherine Clomrrions Mr and Mrs Wil liam Bratcher attended tho dedication at Cave Springs lost SundayJames Baker lost a valuable horso last week Lewis McGuire bought a nlco load of apples from Mrs Robert Click at 30 cents a bushel Miss Dolorls Witt Is very sick at this writingI 0 OUAT1IA1VK Sept 22We have been having Eonv hot days for the past week Tho wedding bolls are ringing in Gray Hawk Robert Judd and Miss Erslo Rams were married Thursday Wo hope for tho young couple happiness and success In ltfoJ B Bingham and wlfi entertained quite a large crowd Inst night Among them was W F Tlnclr er our singing master J M Judd out on a business trip to Tyner Ky Mrs Louisa Tincher Is visiting hoi daughter Mrs Martha Rico at Ethel Ky Morgan V Neeley has bought- a fine horse from James Bauldcn for 13750J R Sparks from Banford Ky Is here making pictures Yes terday was the teachers association held at the Flat Lick school house with a large crowd All report a fi- rtimeL J Robertson of this place Is having a new barn bulltG V Hays has returned from East Burnstadl with goods for the Judd brothers G A Hlllard and others have returned homo from Banford Lee County nlSpot3woodW Rader as W R Englc has returned from Knoxville where he has been buying goods Frank Stldham has bought a work horse from Sam Hurley for SLJohn Fry and Neal Moore are in the drilling business O W Tlncher is planning WIRobertsonof geese on hand CLAY COUNTY ItUHNING filJUNGS Sept 19Most of the farmers around hero are busy foddering Very few children are detained from theirI school duties to assist Tho servIces for Mrs McQuerry were attended by a very large number ofI friends Martin McQuerry has returned to his work in Corbin where he NjnLiberty was well attended Misses attendIIcdunder the auspices of the county as sociation Dr Manning had charge of the exercises Many inspiring amble addresses were given by those Interested in the great workDr Gilbert Maggard has returned from Perry county to remain at home for some time Henry Thompson is home from his work In Hamilton on account ofI a very sore handWe are glad see a neat walk laid in front of the school grounds and a footbridge across the creek nearby Tho schools have had excellent attendance thus far The average for the first month was ono hundred and two Bessie daugh ter of James Rawllngs is visiting at famllY1Drbirth of a fifth daughter Mother and child are doing wellMrs Emit Raw lings hjxs gone to Boonville to take are of her daughter who is ill typhoid Mlsa Scoville went to herIhome last week and returned tine saddle horse named Teddy The association for our school district will be held at the Sachyr school the tlrst Saturday in October An excellent program has been arranged and no one can afford to miss tho meeting ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 11OCKFOKII Sept 23Mrs Bessie Beatty of lIu gel who has been visiting her mother returned to her homo Monday Tom Ogg and family who have been visit lug friends and relatives hero returned homo Sunday Mr and Mrs J C sullen called on Mr and Mrs Leon Hamilton SundayFrank Peters lard Miss Elsie Chasteen wore married night The revival meet Ings oloced at Scaffold Cone last Sunday night with twenty additions to tho church Quito a largo crowd at tend d the baptizing Sunday evening Mr and Mr H E Bullen visited Mr and Mrs Jams Quinn Sunday = I L Martin Is building a nevi house lies Pearl McCluro visited MlM Re ca Todd Monday night Mies Artie Bullen visited her cousin Bertha Bul len Saturday and Sunday D G Waddle has moved Into his new homo on tha Scaffold Cane hill Leonard Ham ilton called on J N McCollums boys Sunday Mrs A T Abnoy visited Mrs J E McQuIro Sunday night iiooM Sept 23 Revival meetings closed Sunday at Falrvlow church with four additions to tho church The Rev II D Phelps and G E Livingston inducted the services Mrs Mattld Wren visited Mrs Mag Sims Sunday Tho Rev F D Phelps and Mr and Mrs James Lambert wero guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Leavltt Sunday Mr and Mrs David Grant aro visiting relatives at this placeMarlon Smith of this place has bought a farm near Clover Bottom for 1300 Ho and his Family will make their future homo thereMrs Lizzie Yomco of Paris To Educate Your Children This coiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address- T J OSBORNE Berca Ky Ky is visiting her mother Mrs Mat Wren Miss Leonle Smith And OllS8 Dora E Coyle Tinned at Snyde Switch Sunday W K Grant and brother W S Grant visited homo folks her Saturday and Sunday Miss Su slo Smith of Berca Is visiting her mother Mrs Marlon Smith this week Mrs Daisy Lambert is much better after a few days illness Miss HnttU Poyntcr was In Bores Saturday on bus iness Mrs Fannie Bolcn visits Mrs Thomas near Scaffold Cane Sun LuranISunday evening Robert Smith of thl placo will go soon to Clover Botton to engage In the timber buslness MIss Nora Coyle and Miss Leon Smith attended church and Sabbath School Sunday at Fair View church A D Leuvctt will go Monday to Silver Creek to work on the railroad LAUREL COUNTY- nlowltofTEtt Sept 23John Farts is at London working on the new railroad Th boys played an Interesting game of baseball Saturday D J Dodson Vas in Rockcastle County a few days last week There will bo a box supper at- the Black School the second Saturday night In October Everybody come Quite a number of Laurels citizen are attending the State fair at Louis vi11eThe Odd Fellows of Charley Brock Lodge No 211 decorated the- graves of their dead Sunday Milton Crawford and family contemplate mak- Ing their future home in Denvei Col Some of the citizens of McWhorter contemplate a hunting excursion In- the Big Black Mountain soonFarm ers are busy saving fodder and marketing their live stock Thor was preaching at the United Baptist church at East Salem Sunday Wm Green formerly of this county is here from Oklahoma to seo his son G W Green who has typholdTho As sociation of Primitive Baptists closed their annual session Sunday All manifested a truly Christian spirit John D Bailey Is acting salesman for- E C Blair while his children have typhoid W R George and J II Williams have exchanged real estate I11STA Sept 23We are having lots of fine weather here Nancy Williams the wife of J II Williams visited here last Friday and Saturday returning to- her homo in McWhorter Ky Sunday Everybody was glad to see her Llllle Lewis the daughter of Jess Lewis hoi the typhoid fever and Is not expected to recoverTilday Yaden will visit her daughter at Mt Vernon today Last Sunday was tho big decoration at Providence There wore lots of peo pIe there Dock Watkins called at Mr Shells Sunday ESTILL COUNTY YAO11R4tlIdr Sept 21We are having some fine weather nowMgssoe Nottlo and Ka tharine Wagers and Willie Wilson wero tho guests of SJr and Mrs Jas I ENGINES BOILERS I SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned t CONN BROS Lancaster Ky n HY DEN CITIZENS BANK i Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account with us whether largo or small o HYDEN KY Klynn Saturday night airs A Scrlv ner Is visiting the family of Dr Scrlv ner this week Hubert and Joe Wag irS are visiting their brother- S J Wagers In Berca Mlsa Nettle Wa gets and Willie Wilson wero the guct t of lllssea Ella and Maud Park Sunday There are several new buildings ca Ing up near this place Park Hondcr son and Miss Lucy Kate Wilson won i married at the homo of the bride near Happy Top Saturday Sept 14 Thier many friends wish them a long and happy Hfo Uncle Sid Wagers Is 01II Friday with five odmlssibua to tho churchMrs Joe Kidwell visited her father Commie Rogers on Doo Creek Friday Katharine and Ambrose Wn- I gets Were the guests of Ilotha Ilnd Vernon Scrltner Sunday Miss Nan rile T Wilson and her brother Ambros visited their sister Mrs ins Kolley at Clays Ferry from Friday till Sunda LOCUST IIUANCII I Sept 21The farmers of this com t munlty are going to have small erollS because the wind blow their corn a1 down Charlie Bloknell and Lash Kindred who have been In Illinois for the past two years are visiting home folks and everybody Is glad to see them at homo againMr and Mn Wallace Rhodus of Champaign 111 visited Mrs Rhodus aunt Mrs J M Kindred the past vrcek Sevora from this place attended the assorla tlon at Hear Wallow Thursday All I report a nice time MlM Alma Logs don Miss Rattle Johnson and Jnc W Blcknell of this place attendst singing at Knob Lick last Sunday i All who attended tho box supper lnst Saturday night report a good Unu I and say the boxes brought a good prlceMr and Mrs Claudo Olive visited Mrs Olivers sister Mrs Jaa Blcknell SundayFour of Jas Blck I uells children havo been very Jllrk but till are Improving Miss May Kin- dredI and her brother Shannon Kindred visited their Uncle John Allei of Wlsomantown last Saturday night and SundayRay Blcknell made n I flying trip to Wlscmantown last Sunday I Miss Lena Blcknell of this placi I attended the fair at Richmond lax I week Sallle Kindred visited her sis ter Mrs James Blcknell lost Tues day night D N Welch passed thrt here with his little daughter Mauc I with him They stayed over night nt J M Kindreds Mr Welch recently made a flying trip to Hamilton Ohio to see his son Robert Welch oC i that placeafro D W Gentry Is vis lUng Mrs John Kindred today4ou oral from this place attended tho col orcd meeting at Brassfleld last Sun lay John Evarts of Brassflcld and Claudo Cates of Panola are haullni cross ties for J M Kindred Mr nnd Mrs Edgar Scrivner Mrs Mary Hud son and Yntmon Blckuoll nil of Boron visited Mr and Mrs a W Gontrj last Thursday Miss Alma Logadoi visited Miss Hattlo Johnson Sunday LADAVISMD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE BONE 50 CENTER ST ue F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B It Robinson All can promptly attended to night and day Teli ilioiie No4 llerrn Ky Dr W G BEST DENTIST CITY PIIONK 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