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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 T- BEREA O 1 tnnltreo E ALIEJIT MZ tknd al the loleta fee o eotteooeoDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People 01t08OtI01tOItOaooeoIMeq IVol IX Five coots a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 3 1007 One Dollar a year No 10 NEWS OF THE WEEK Earthquake In South America Okla homa Constitution ApprovedTaft- at Toklo Tho great mausoleum for Irea and Mrs McKinley In Canton to which their bodies were recently taken and where they will lie wee dedicated Monday by Pros Roosevelt before R crowd ot tully tlfty thousand people Joy Harris of Ohio and Justlco Day ot tho U SSuprerao Court also spoke Tho president In his address splendid tribute to tho memory ot thoI murdered president and recalling his kindness and love for all drew from r them tho lesson of good will toward others tolling his hearers that there should be no strife between tho rich nnd poor ot this country nor any Jeal ousy ot tho men who had won success and wealth by honest methods Be toro the dedication there was a greet parade ot troops and organizations of citizens Evidence of tho Immento profits made by tho fake companies owned by tho Standard Oil Company was brought out at the hearings which continued In New York awl the GOV nment lawyers nteo began to get on- JJ trail of certain records of tho com pany which aro supposed to contain evidence ot law breaking by It and which disappeared when they wouW have helped show low the psopN have been robbed At the same Ue au alleged ngeat of the landartl was uiiited in Klndlay Ohio where Ute bunt wuii recently on trial chanted with attempting to bribe one ot the jiror that heard the caw against the nil trust nov Mu ot n of Cuba discovered a c u plni y to start Telethon mjaiuu lUu lIyklln giivernsarni Iherr but Iio nips d It lu the bJ The secret LKllw nr uia On MsM u Para Un iun DHIUMI and On JAra MIret on hugwtrt lI tftln the glut The of ululs wo that there U much talk or that Uta do not bebut A r bell u llive flare is any dM r ot nsrlyus trouble llipre is yeaa u to belkve- however that the ooeeplracp has beet JIIIB en fr some Qau past Then un peritfut rumors that the peony fr the jli tme tree Wall strict New York and It la known that there an certain men there who think they would profit U euudltlonntu the Island should remain x dleturlJcU that the U iited States OovernweHt would lhlni It could nut safely withdraw iu troopsThomas Lipton ehalfome for a yacht racq for the Amerleas cup the most valued ot all ynehtlng trophies was deellned by the New York Yaoht Club whisk now holds the cup and Sir Thomas nnnouwed that ho would soon challenge again in a way which would bo moro likely to bo accepted Tho cruleer squadron from the Asiatic station comprising the armored cruisers West Virginia Maryland Pennsylvania and Colorado under sum mand ot Rear Admiral Dayton ar rlvod at San Francisco several hours ahead of tho expected time An attempt was mado last week to extend the strike to soy eral clauses ot telegraphers who have not yet gone out but tho attempt failed The strike drags on without Important change Secretary Taft and his party on their way to tho Philippines to see the opening of the first representative assembly hi those islands reached Toklo tho capital of Japan whore wero very warmly welcomed 1y An outbreak ot Boxorlsm has oc southChina An Italian a of converts have been murdered I t Tho State of Now York has dedi cated n monument on the battlefield t of Gettysburg Pa to commemorate the services of tho Now York soldiers engaged In tho night fight of July 2 1863 y About 3000 Moorish rebels defeated force of Moroccan troops near Mel Hlla attar a battle lasting n day nnd halt Tho rebels cut off the heads of twentyeight of tho Sultans sol diers as trophies of tholr victory I 1 electi Association at Its annual meeting at Atlantic City I Reports ot earthquakes on Sunday nnd Monday of lost week which caused severe damage in Guatemala City in Central America reached tho rest of tho world lato last week The Missouri railroads claim tho twocent faro law has cost them 1 00000 during tho three months it has been In operation Il hl m THE CITIZEN i NEGRO SCHOOL PLANS Full Statement of Bereas Purpose by President Frost Misleading Report Corrected An article In The Louisville Herald published last week and purporting to bo an interview with the Her Dr A E Thomson ot this place said that tho college authorities had det Inltely decided that the colored branch of Bcrca should not bo located near hero and added that It was probable that It would bo in Louisville Know Ing that the best meaning newspapers often make misleading statements and believing that the college did not Intend to have any information about Its plans of such great interest to all the friends of tho school given out so tar from here The Citizen asked Pros Frost for a statement of tho ex act present shape of the plans in regard I to tho colored department and received from him tho following which may be considered as author itative It will bo remembered that after nOrM had received all young people of good moral character for nearly forty years exactly as a Northern or Uuropean school would do a sudden enactment of the Legislature of Ken twky forbade the continuance of thus practice To meet the immediate dt tress Derea paid the railroad Mrs sad j oUwrwiM ftesteted the colored student who wen then In uttoodanco so thatI they oould oanttnue Uralr odumtlotI I at JFlDk University and other good schools ottOide the state The Col pigs late an abUlne lliteriIK In UM reepooalbllttyIyear In addition to Melvtlag the young people who had formerly been atudem In Bvrea a core of others Dominated by our colored graduates In different parts of Kentucky were also taken on to this scholarship list The resul has been that a good group of young onlnrcd men and women from Ken lucky have been enjoying UM advanu ps of Hampton Flak Knoxvllle Col fee Tuftkvgee and other noted schools some of theta at the North Thess ar all iwonle who expect to return and do their lire work In Kentucky and they will undoubtedly prove a large ren forremriH to the better elements of the colored population In this state 1ut course the withdrawal of the colored from Berea has In no wise dl mlatehed its expenses and toe money used for oarrytag out Uils scholarship plan for the benefit of the colored has been a large extra expense and fettles The MkolaraMp plan itself has nev perleanentIimportance Their on ly ohanco for large opportunities In no educational way has been their part In Boron and now that this Is out oft they aro more destitute of educational guidance than tho colored people ol any other state Tennessee for ex ample has three schools tor the colored any one of which Is larger and bettor than all the colored schools ol Kentucky put together The same thing Is truo of Georgia or any other atatoIea of Derca have ap consisting of thoI President Dr Thomson Dr BondI lan eminent colored graduate long pastor of the Howard Memorial Church in Nashville Tennessee and Mr John n Rogers of Brooklyn In- I ventor of the linotype machine and i son of Itorcas first Principal This I Committee has been charged with the general consideration of Bcroas duty I to tho colored people They have reported to tho Board that the ques tion of tho constitutionality of tho law which cut out tho colored students from Bcrca Is not tho main thing In this caue Tho law Is undoubtedly unconstitutional and tyrannical nnd will bo so declared by the Supremo CourtBut tho fact remains that tho con ditions are such owing to facts quito beyond Bcrcas control that tho best thing to do is to seek to establish school distinctively for tho colored people of Kentucky Tho Trustees have set nsldotho Income from a certain portion of tho endowment funds of Borca as well as n rental valuo up on certain of its buildings and fixed properties Tho income thus derived is placed dt tho disposal of this Com mittee to bo used In carrying on tho scholarship plan described above and also towards tho establishment of nl suitable colored school so soon au plans can bo matured and additional funds raised No steps can bo taken bO1enusomust bo kept sacredly as endowment forever and can never be used for tho equipI c L t I TWO OF TIfF MEN WORKING ON BEREAS COLORED SCHOOL I J R ROGERS A Son of One of Beret Founders JAMES BOND Preacher of Nashville TO READERS OF THE CITIZEN The Citizen has been under new management for four weeks now but I have been so busy learning the work of the office that there has been no time till now to write a word of greeting to the thousands of readers who I hope will soon be my friends ahd feel that I am theirs The Citizen is now I believe the best paper of its class in Eastern Kentucky giving the best value for the money both to subscribers and advertisers It has not however had the whole time and care of one man and I hope that by giving it such care I can make it even more valuable than now As the subscribers are my constituencymuch as the voters are the constituency of an official and as I am asking the endorsement thru subscriptions of this constituency Ishall try in this let ter to toll my platformthe things I intend to do thru this paper for the benefit of its subscribers I The Citizen is intended for the people of Eastern Kentuckyand we intend to print it in the way and to- prmt 111 it things which arc of most interest and importance to the people of those counties Ifanyoaf our subscribers fee s the paper could be made more valuable to him or her in any way I shall be glrfd to hear from him or her and will ihake the change de sired unless there arc important reasons against it 2 The Citizen has tried to give information which would help everybody the mother in the homo the far mer about his stables and tho teachers andGeld4andchild in the school house continue to do this and hope to improve and extend each of these depart ments 3 The Citizen has stood for religion education clean living fair dealing oqedil p to law snub hdlnfuU ness to each other I try to see that these princi ples are carried out in every line of the paper 4 The Citizen has aimed to provide the best read ing for the little folks It has good stories games puz zles and information for the boys and girls This de partment too I plan to enlarge and improve 5 The Citizen has done little in politics I believe that politics are too close to the heart of every good American to be passed over by a paper intended to be for all the people all thetime and The Citizep wall from now on take a deep interest in political things As The Citizen stands for the best always it now supports the Republican party in both state and nation but as no political party has ever had and kept all the best things will not commit itself wholly to any party On each question that comes up it will take what seems the highest stand regardless of all other considerations It now supports the policies of Theodore Roosevelt and the state Republican ticket believing that theystand for the best there is in politics today If at anytime however the party departs from the high which guide and have guided it The Citizen will sorrowfully say farewell to the Republican party while re maining true to Republican principles 6 The Citizen will devote more attention than be fore to business affairs and will give the news of cattle lumber oil coal and other businesses as soon as it can be gathered 7 The Citizen will improve and increase the amount of its correspondence from the different counties If a paper run on these lines will please you t then keep up your subscription and tell your friends about it If it will not suit you please tell me why not And ro that it takes tirae to do things and that The Citizen will keep on growing better and do not be dis appointed if all the improvement does not come at once Also do not blame us for not giving you what you want unless you tell us what that is Yours sincerely Stanley Frost IMItor nnil Mminci f TIle Citizen I poso for which they were given To enable Bcrca College to adjust iti Self to this new arrangement largo necessaryI I establish a school of tho very best Ito and pattern As they are plan ning it from tho beginning it can be most perfectly conformed to real needsI and present methods The now school will not bo a college proper to com- pete with Fisk and other schools of i that typo but will meet the great need industrial training and will pro lot teachers for tho colored public It will probably have scholarships to assist students ot special talent to pursuo higher education elsa where All In all It will mean much for the prosperity and comfort ot both races In Kentucky VTho effort will bo mado to secure- S 1 leoeg a Leading tho best location for tho colored e plo ot the entire stato and to secure the cooperation of all who are Interested In tho progress of tho colored race Lexingtonland Interested In this great undertaking theidecisionII that city in order that he may cooper ate with President Frost in securing funds and perfecting plans for the now institution The remaining mem ber ot tho Committee Mr Rogers ot Brooklyn is actively interested and giving Important services to the pro ject r WITH THE CANDIDATES Mr Wlllsons Enthusiastic Richmond I BusyExplnlnlng All the best of the reports of tho success of the speaking tour ot the grentRepublicanwere more than proved by the won derful enthusiasm shown by tho big crowd which ho addressed In Rich mond last Wednesday Going into a Democratic town and on a day which was far from tho best possible ho still had a crowd which could hardly have been larger If the president himself had been speaking nnd carried all his hearers away by his eloquence as well as convincing them by his powerful ar guments and shocking them by his exposures of the methods of tho Democratic ring Yet so fair and reason able were his statements that he con vinced many Democrats and greatly weakened his opponent In that town while strengthening himself Ho told no more than is known and can bo proved yet brought hlB facts together in so masterly a fashion as to leave no doubt in his hearers minds as to the rights of the case Tho chief Interest In the campaign this last week has been caused by tho funny attempts ot tho Democrats to straddle on tho saloon issue The general attitude ot tho party has boon that suggested in tho famous letter of Percy Italy to Judge Laselng when he said that tho thing to do was to catch tho liquor people In tho cities and the temporanco vote In tho coun try This is evidently what the wholo party has been trying to do only something has slipped When Owen Tyler was nominated on the Democrat ic ticket for mayor of Louisville there did not seem to be any doubt in any ones mind that Judge Hager was bAOklHK him Then he suddenly made a break on tho saloon question and said that lie believed the law ought to bd repealed It was Interesting to see how quickly each of the nun who is running fop some state office proved sure sure that he had nothing to do I with Tylers nomination Mr Willson is pushing the Repub lican campaign easily and well He has spoken this week more to the north to largo audiences and baa made many votoe Just how many will not be known till election The danger Is that they will not bo known then He has kept Mr lInger so busy explaining that that gentleman has had little tlmo to repeat the foolish charges that he made earlier in the campaign Mr Hager oven had to quit the stump for awhile to go to Fruukfort to look at those books ho Is so fond of Another blow to the Democrats has been the Indictment by the grand Jury at Frankfort of the election officers implicated in frauds charged by the Louisville Herald and discussed in this column last week Three men Were Indicted one of tho election Judges having died slnco the alleged crime was committed Outside the state too politics have been active Tho most important thing has been the declaration by Secretary Root that the President will keep his word and not run again No ono who knows thePresIdent has seriously thought that he would go back on his promise to the people but this statement from one ot the coca who knows him best should stop the last of the foolish third term tylk so that the men who believe In tha Presidents policies can get together on some one ot themselves who will carry out the work that Teddy has begun and glvo the people tho kind of government they need and want This puts Secretary Taft to tho front again and lends interest to tho news that tho labor leaders have decided that they will fight against tho nom ination ot Mr Taft and his election when nominated This would scare more people It the labor leaders had defeated any ot the men that they fought against last year Tho labor union is beyond nny doubt a good thing and one that has done much good to the laboring man of tho coun try but it is a thing which should always remember that it Is only part of tho people nnd not try to have the officials run the country for It alone The chief objection to Mr Taft seems to be that ho ones Issued an order which prevented some lawless labor men from destroying the property of certain other men against whom they had had a strike This decision of his to stand by the taw would seem to moot men a good reason why he should be president rather than a reason for fighting him Tbjjfresldent announced finally last Continued on Sixth FifeI OltOeoftoeoeo etllw tlle e sg The Citizen Is Growing Rap oe idly Let Yeur Business e Keep Pace With it By Adver o- I tieingo0 oeooooo a telegraphers a a commanding n ti member a THINGS TO THINK OFr 411 1 1HH 1 I II I I I I I I I I I I J REPUBLICAN TICKET I For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Jefferson County For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of Mason Count I For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES J For TreasurerIi For of Brecklnrldge County For Supl of Public Instruction J S CRABE of Boyd County For Comr of Agriculture J N C RANKIN + of Henry County AppealsI Js11 III II I I IH I I1+HHJHio For years thero has been wilful wasto on the part of tho owners of American timber lands and In oonse queneo the day of woeful want ii fast approaching A lumber famine Is as certain as anything human can boo and tho blame lies on tho shoulders of the companies that In their desire for Immediate returns have neglected evory safeguard against deforestation belDgdlllltroJedly Idle to argue with mon capable of such shortsighted greed Tho only remedy Is an extension of the goy oramoat mftTflleTfw and this of course there are plenty of bencflolarlea of opposeProvidence Ono Gorman critic patronizingly re marks that of course the American navy Is totally lacking In such a thing as tradition This from tho represen tative of a brand now fleet that never fought a real battle Is rather enter taming Tho American navy now a hundred and thirtytwo years old is one ot tho oldest In the world and its brilliant traditions of alniost unbroken victory is precisely its strongest point Colliers WeeklyyBEREA REGISTRATION 233 Registration for fall election held thruout the state Tuesday was heavy and the usual disorders and troubles wero reported In Berea there were 233 voters registered Of these 157 wero Republicans 54 Democrats 6 1 Prohibitionists and 17 Independents SECOND OPENING FALL TERM October 9th Students can enter at any time but those who present themselves on Oct 9 can get a ton weeks term before the Christmas Vacation and important advantages of various kinds Cot for the 10 week + 93083- Inntnllment Ilnm i Flat tIny tlS38I- ncluillngClOO ileponlq October 30 D7B nod tho ttrHMltilollnrlinck when you leave 1 NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES PAGE TWO Serial Tlie Cattle of Lie Temperance ote Ijj iNtutteed of Kentucky + School f vAap FOUR Comment Tendon for School Teacher rare Shan Character j Modem Child Need DUctplln- errejmratlon at dmtou The Youth Department PACK FIVE Tho Dairy Hint unit Help The Sunday School INonIUSehoolTho Inrm The Indlpeuable Cow IAGE SE7 ENIElUtern Itcent General Stay New Nwz- PAGE EIGUTI I j 5- I JBYCHAPTER I The Tragedy My feet touched the narrow lodge I was safe But Wllloughby Brave WIlloughbyT I tried to call to him No sound ciimo from my lips I was too ex hausted Tho last atom of strength was spent For tho moment I was paralyzed body and mind I could only lean helpless against tho moun tainside gasping for breath And al most Immediately WIlloughbyB volco came Quito cheerfully quite steadily All right Dully for you Look out heros tho rope Now If I havo decent luck Do ready to bear a hand Again I tried to cry out to warn him If ho would wait five minutes three minutes ono minute I might bo myself again Still no sound carne from my frozen lips Tho rope fluttered over tie overhang It struck tho Icy ledge of the jutting rock to which I clunf Then slowly It fell over until It swayed loosely In tho wind still sispendcd from my body I did not attempt to draw It In I was too exhausted for an exertion so slight as that It swayed gently to and fro and it seemed to me that presently an unseen force would grasp It and pull me headlong to destruction to the glacier below In the mean while Wllloughby was started Now I dared not cry out I could only look up and wait still struggling fiercely for my breath But If I had- e been too exhausted to warn hOn to un fasten that ropo from my waist how Was I to give him tho assistance he Would surely need presently- A stone fell acd then another ns he fought for a foothold I could hear him breathing deeply thpugh as yet I could not see him I stood rigid look- Ing upward a prey to such tears to luch terrors as no man can in oginc Now he came slowly Into night his teat feeling with infinite caution The difficulties of the descent were appall lag Even for me supported by the rope held by Willoughby from above they had been all but Impossible Wit loughby was no amateur but without assistanceno I could not hope to save him It must bo death for us both But and this was the agonizing thought when the crisis carne would tho awful stimulus release mj impris oned will 1 Or would horror still hold motAnd still he came I could almost touch him now He was actually near meand then what I had feared what I had known must happen did happen Ills feet lost their foothold Ho was hanging by his arms over tho ragged bluegreen glacier that yawned to receive him a thousand feet below A moment he struggled frantically Then he hung absolutely still Can you reach mo ho panted Draco yourself and reach mo if you can But bo quick I did not move I was not afraid to die with him though tho world has refused to believe me I did not move because I could not Horror for tho moment bereft me of my very reason to think and act My will was frozen My brain was numb Then the nightmare passed Sud denly I was calm I took in a deep breath I braced myself against the trim cliff for the shock as he should I fall Into my outstretched arms But at that Instant Wllloughby quietly loosened his holdeven while I gathered all my poor strength for that last fight and before he perI- shed ho cried one word without pas lion without despair Coward1 Ills body brushed my own as It fell f heard It strike brutally tho glacier below Then there was stillness He was dead and I lived The stillness was awfuland a soil tudo still more awful vast savage and frozen and always the whiteness of the eternal snows And then dark less came Hours later guides found me still lying there I saw them scrambling toward me I gazed at them stupidly Indifferently When they called I did not answer They boro me back to the Alpine village we had left tho day before There were black nights of delirium And in my delirium I cried- I might have saved him I am a murderer Ho died cursing mo as a coward And eo they judged me When I was convalescent and crawled into the sunshine again it was too late top make excuses even if I wished Pea plo had already passed sentence No one eioho to me I was looked it askance If any pitied it was a pity empered with scorn More than OECO a kodak was snapped in my face I S was a curiosity I was a coward CHAPTER II The + eacon Light TO return to America to work to forget if possible that was the fever sh Impulse that dominated me now And yet I lingered a week at Grlmlel butlat loafing about at tho corners nudged each other and indulged In brutal jests at my expense In their stupid it honest eyes I had committed the unpardonable sin 1 had failed a fcl lowclfmber at a moment of peril They delighted to buttonhole tho tour Iststo make mo still moro notorious by reciting to them tho story ot my disgrace I was completely ostracized No ono took the trouble of asking 9 tho blame were wholly my own I was labeled tho coward That was tho end ofItBut when I had lived through the interminable seven days each marked with an Insult I packed my things vaguely hopeful after all I was going homo I was going to America and America is a long distance from Grindclwald It was unlikely I triPod to persuade myself that tho story and the kodaks would follow mo there But If so at least my fellowtownsmen would give me tho benefit of the doubt For once there bad been a fire and a panic in tho theater and I had been lucky enough to help a little So if tho story reached them they would listen before they condemned When my luggage was placed on tho roof of the omnibus and I was already tal seated inside the proprietor of the hotel who had hitherto held himself discreetly aloof deigned to wish me goodbyAdieu Mr Haddon It will not give you pleasure to remember my hotel I am afraid he said with a mournful diffidence That would be too much to expect answered cynically amused at his embarrassmentHe a moment one foot on tho stops of tho omnibus Mr Haddon may I say that I have sympathy for you1 Do not let tho little accidents spoil your life None of us are always brave And certainly there is a courage of tho spirit as well as of the body The world condemns hastily but it will doubt Its verdict if you refuse to accept It And you go nowTo America I replied grimly where at yrasent there Is no verdict But not at oncoT Why not t I asked In surprise- It u your affair of course mono sleur but at leastho was seeking a pretentious expression of sympathy but he ended lamelybut at least do not let this simple affair spoil your digestionPerhaps I shall linger a day or two at Lucerne I said goodnaturedly Ah yes he nodded in approval monsieur will retreat slowly And so came to Lucerne instead of sailing Immed ntely to America as I had intended It was not exactly bravado that sent mo there to meet the scorn and snetrs of those who may have heard of mI disgrace It was tho sympathy of the ilttlo innkeeper When I Lucerne was en fete The Schwolzerhof was crowded recogInlzed world the story of my disgrace lad one of those cursed kodaks adorned the that page It was only a question of hours before should be known walked out on tho terrace for coffee profoundly discouraged Tho terrace screened by baytrees and cedars from tho broad road that ran along the lake swarmed with tho people who came to Switzerland not to see but to be seen They were chattering in every tongue In Europe I stood in full view of everyone until a waiter beckoned to me for there wire few tables unoccupied From tho railway station to the Hotel Natlonalo tho quay was ablaze with tho flare of multicolored light Placed in screwUIko receptacles at in tervals against the facades of tho great hotels the fhito monotony of outline was transformed into a fairy fabric of blue and green and red Tho black masses of the people at the windows and balconies eager to see tho proces sion of the lake wore thrown Into garish relief Beneath tho double rows of chestnut trees flowed a boisterous stream of Swiss peasants arm in atm shouting and singing as they marched and a more sedate crowd of townsfolk and curious touristsJThe lako was a conventional scene of gaudy brilliancy A procession of floats was passing as took my seat each float distinctive of some incident of Swiss life or of Swiss history and gloryI out on this stereotyped scene of gaycjy with a resolute show of Interest I was determined lot to let the Incident of the photograph ruin my digestion as tho little innkeeper had said Perhaps It was my morbid fancy but already though people were regarding me curiously And then I was sure I heard mjv namo spoken by a woman I refused to look around smoked my cigar deliberate ly looking out toward the lake Coward I f I arritid I I I I I Suddenly from tho Rig mountain far off on the left a dot of light pierced the black gloom Another and another qufvered until there was a double row of them burning some dls tanco down the mountainside Then on tho right on austere giant Pllatus its shaggy head crowned with stars other lights blazed And then very far off up in the silence of the snows one solitary beacon light shone like a star steadily and alone This little light comforted me though it glowed from the very region of the tragedy I liked to think It an emblem of hope Out of the gloom and despair It burned steadily It gave mo a sort of courage My elbow was Jogged and not with deferencePardon but this seat is reserved It was a walter who spoke and he was insolent But I answered quietly- I was given this place by another waiter There was no placard on the table nor were the chairs turned up Why do you say it is reserved As I asked this question I glanced over my shoulder to see for whom tho man was demanding my place On tho steps leading to the terrace from the diningroom stood two ladles Ono of them was a handsome distin guished woman well passed middle age and saying that ot her one has said everything- Of the other one might say every thing and yet feel that ono had said nothing It was not the air of proud distinction that arrested my gaze for she shared that quality with tho other It was not that she was more ly young and beautiful Other women are young and beautiful It was rather that there breathed from the quiet presence of this woman a noble seren ity and calm that is as adorable as it is rare Tho assured direct look dhoc eyes was truth Itself She had not seen mo She looked beyond the htkeat the solitary little beacon light that had comforted me moment ago- I onlyI gavo up my sent at course I walked slowly to the end of tho terrace arid took a less desir able place- I refused to allow myself to bo Inter ested In these people And yet I was strangely Interested In them It was as if I wore waiting When my elbow was again touched I felt no surprise It was tho waiter who had spoken to me a moment before Pardon tho ladles who took your seatThe younger of tho two women had risen She stood at tho table leaulni forward slightly her expression at onco startled and eager To my aston ishment she was smiling at mo radi antly a smile of charming surprise and welcome nut as I stared at her stupidly tho smile was succeeded by an expression of dismay Sho addressed tho older woman In an agi tated whisper Wonder held me spellbound as well as they I turned vaguely to tht waiter Ho had already loft my tide summoned Imperiously no doubt by tho ladles who had certainly mistaken mo for another I had half risen Now 1 seated my self again and every nerve tingled with excitement Tho adventure was not yet ended I was sure of It And I welcomed the diversion oven though pain and humiliation wore to be its price I had como to Lucerne on a momentary Impulse BO I thought What If fate had guided that Impulse For the third time tho waiter spoke to mo I looked up at him calmly I had known ho would come The ladles wish to speak to mon sleur If monsieur Is at liberty The summons had come as I knew that It would I drew In a deep breath My heart was beating fast though outwardly I was calm enough I turned I advanced toward them CHAPTER III The One Woman- I scanned oath face Intently as i approached them There was a high delicate color on the cheeks of tho older woman Sho was frowning slightly I could not bo sure whether curiosity or annoyance was tho domi nant note of her bearing But pres ently I saw that It was rather resentment and thinly veiled contempt During tho pt week scorn and con tompt hail flashed from too many eye that I should misinterpret that look They knew thou the story of my die grace That fact would explain the expro lon of contempt but why this strange resentment this indignation Tho younger woman tho daughter lor the likeness was unmistakable sat motionless ns I approached The alti tude was significant of n feeling more hostile and deeper than that which agitated tho mother- It was the mother who spoke not without evident reluctance- Is it true that you are Mr Haddon Mr Ernest Haddon It Is true I replied quietly Then you were with Mr Lawrence Willoughby when the tragedy oo Qurred she continued in a deep even voice- Yos madam- I am Mrs Brett This la my daugh ter Miss Brett Again I bowed gravely Tho girl made a slight Inclination but her oyes still gazed Intently at tho little beacon light that still burned on tho mountain 1 heard tho namo at first with an Idle curiosity Then vaguely I re pealed It to myself I had hoard It bofore It awoke startled memories I vainly tried to place these people who were compelling themselves to speak to mo with so evident a reluctance and hesitation v I am sure I have hoard only Idle irM Perhaps assented Mrs Brett bit terly It was Mr Willoughby him self Mother The daughter touched tho mothers arm appealingly Yes I said In a low voice I re member now Then sir and the question ror to a crescendo of restrained feeling when wo were Informed only a moment ago that you were Mr Haddon you will understand why we have sent for youYes madam I understand You wish to hear from my Upsthe lips of tho survivor of tho tragedy Willoughby had loved the daughter When death had faced us together he had spoken of her At such a time ono opens ones heart oven to a stranger And he bad told mo of his hearts desire be had told me of his despair that she had not returned his love At least not openly But now when it was too late perhaps sho realized that she had loved him after all If that were so with what abhorrence must sho regard mo And If I were to tell her everything that ho had died reproaching ma for cow ardlce Yes pain and humiliation wero Indeed to bo the price of this meetingYet I maintained a stole calm I knew there must bo no ox cuses for myself Whether this wom an had loved him or not at least his memory must bo sacred to her Tho man who was dead had paid tho last penalty of presumption and folly But that must not bo hinted at it was my weakness had cowardice that I must emphasize Helena Mrs Brett turned to her daughter would you prefer that Mr Haddon speak to you alone Yes mother I should prefer that I shaK wait for you Helena In the writing room Good tvcntac Mr Haddoa TO BE CONT1XUCOJ SEEK TREASURE OF LAFITTE Its Hiding Place Has Been Pointed Out In Dreams of Ghosts Since tho French privateer and smuggler Jean Lofltto sailed tho high sons and brought his treasures to tho gulf coast and burled them now and then It happens that some sensation arises as to their Immediate where abouts says tho Houston Post Thlrtyfour years ago tho pirate of tho gulf as Latino was called appear ed In a dream to Dr Bcazly and rather roughly taking him by tho collar told him to come with him and ho would show him whore there wero gold and silver and diamonds burled Tho doctor in his dream followed his midnight visitor and ho directed him to a certain place In tho cottage which was then tho Bcazly homo and occu pied by tho family and designated tho spot under which lies tho much talkodof wealth of the privateer Tho doctor having tho same dream repeated twice In tho same night be came wide awake after Laflttoa third visit and much interested tho result being that ho did and perhaps too very shortly afterward begin tugging under tho house In pursuit of tho treasure After getting to tho depth of four or five feet ho found nothing orIIny moment except n vury unusual stone In this part of the world whOre noth- Ing of Its kind was over wen hero Had ho kept on possibly the treas uro might have boon found and tho roRtlees spirit of Lafltte wherever It may bo might have been reloaded from this burden of secrecy a burden from which seemingly ho wished to bo relieved as another visit has been made In the same house and this time In a dream Lafltte appears In the urea ence of a lady urging her to got tho lost Jewels gold and silver After all these years Dr Bcazly has at last contented to havo sonic one else who believes in tho undertaking join him to find the treasures and thoy have made arrangements saUl factory to all parties concerned and now In a short time Mr McKay a hanker at La Porte being the associ ate mentioned will begin operations to find tho troasurcs stowed deep down under tile old houseI None Such Now Pierpont Morgans s porb collec lion In his London town house said a Now York decorator wer opened to a few of us during our summer con vention at the South Kensington Mu seem Among Mr Morgans treasure there was an oW book bat I hiked for 1U qtMlatneM Tilt book whisk was splendidly bound waeJloptoaaaOsu eJaronolia few of these events down Wo have none such now Listen Tho decorator then road 111C The moon seemed turned Into bloodo lug Men wore babe like women ISM Four atiRRee appeared boelJe a true wane of a rod oeloura lOll Pleads were seen spoako unto men ai they traveled 1101 A red blrdo with a girls head scon thrice In London 1477 A blazing star on Ialm Sunday near the sun From Prehistoric Days The burial place of an adult probably ol tho Stone Age was excavated In the Island of Tlroo ono of tho He brides The body had boon placed In tho smallest powlblo compass on Its right side with knees drawn up to tho chin but rather breast downwards Tho relics around and upon tho skeleton are In harmony with the theory deducible from the position In which tho body had been placed that tho burial belongs to a very early period Tho condition of the bones and tho relics Is so good that they could be readily set up in a museum In tho original position Discoveries have also been made recently in tho Island of Call An Important find was that of a sot of 30 small finelymade flat Implements probably of tho Bronze age The objects Include ono of tho most beautlfullymado flint arrow points of a typo more common In Ire laud than Scotland He Was Interested It was so nlco of you to see mo home she said I hope the trip has not been very tiresome to you Oh no not at all not at all ho replied In fact it has been rather Interesting You cannot know how glad you havo made me Do you really mean it Mr Worthwada I shall bo delighted to have you call at any tlmo Cant you come over tomorrow evening I felt the first time I over saw you that wo were destined to becomo Excuse me Miss Oldunl am afraid you didnt quite understand I have found the trip interesting because I supposed wo had tho mogt foolish ad vertisements in the trolley cars out our way I find that tho ones in those cars are even more funny especially tho rhymed ones which the advertls en havo composed themselves Stenographers Secrets Stenographers will bo interested in a recent decision in New York by which it was decided that a steno rapher may not bo enjoined from tell ing what oho knows about her employ ers business A young lady In a brokers office wad summoned to tell what sho knew about it by a rival broker Her employer sued for an injunction but tho justice denied tho injunction Very few girls would willingly betray any confidence however unless com polled to do so DEWARE OF STIMULANTS They Prove a Dangerous and Decep live Beverage for Human System Why should nay man endowed with sense give way to tho craving for al cohollc stimulants Nutritious food exorcise and sleep are the best stimulants you do not need any others Halt an hours hard work every day with dumbbells or Indian clubs or a punching bag will put you In a physical and mental con dition In which you can In the tong run outstrip any man In tho world that lives on stimulants Stimulants are n brokenknucd horse they are likely to throw you at any time- You can sot It down as an absolute fact that there Is no amount of extra work that you may lie called upon to do and no extra strain you may havo to undergo that you cnanot endure a great deal bettor without stimulants than with them For every degree of extra on orBy produced by alcoholic stimulants do Glares the New York Weekly thoro are ten degree of iMsltudo when the reaction Macs Besides It la perfectly well known that all stimulants lose In time their exhilarating effect Larger and larger doses are required until tho sodden brain refuses any longer to root nnd tho tuna becomes n more butt depressed wreck The wise man has no use for theso things drinks hnrmleec leverages cats his wolloooked food sleeps wjth hIs window open oxorejs a every day and leaves all tho stimulant users so far behind In tho ratio that looking book he cannot oven see tho poor little dust they klok up I ANOTHER INDICTMENT Alcohol Shown to De a Menace to tho Public Health Tko recently publtebed report of Dr William 8 Cook medical health of fleer for the tows of Ore Sect land otwtalna some MoUbto ref re Kw to ateokot nl affecting tko pestle health Dr Cook embodied In his re port a peeler sad bawlMIt which lord been media aeeoniance wits the In tractions of the toesl public health committee This clrcnUr road refsease 10 the enomwwt amount of dam age done directly sad Indirectly to men and women In ovary town by the abuse of alcohol and aUeaUoa was drawn to this aa one of the chief causes In towering the health of tko citizens and rendering them easily susceptible to many diseases Com menting on the notably high Infantile mortality rate afcown In his retort Dr Cook stated It Is said by thoto com potent to Judge that drinking amongst women of the working elate Is on tho Increase In the United KingdomIn any case It la unfortunately too com mon amongst a class that can least afford It There II no single factor so pernicious In Its Influence as this whether It bo administered to tho child or taken by the parent Alcohol Is one of the most dangerous monntos to tho health and longevity of a com munlty Unique Class of Total Abstainers A recent issue of tho New York Craftsman contains an Interesting no count of a unique data of total ab stamen existing In Arizona called tho Hopi Community of Cliffdwellers These strange aborigines wore discov ered by white men four centuries ago nnd have only recently been rediscov ered Tho Hopls are n tribe of In dians and are a people without jails hospitals asylums or policemen and crime is almost an unknown thing among them Tho feasts which cud their religious celebrations aro never marred by drunkenness So far as Mr Monscn the writer la nwaro tho Hopls aro tho only aboriginal race v tlthas never Invented an Intnxli g drink and to this day all tho hotter Hopi element refuse tho white mans whisky because it takes away their brains Bar to Drunken Persons The Pennsylvania railroad lines havo recently adopted a rule not to sail tickets to drunken persons Murder havo resulted on several trains from their presence and in some cases companies havo been assessed heavy damages for assaults commit ted by drunkards in passenger cars For this reason tho Pennsylvania eye tern has barred them out of her trains It is understood that tho Big Four tho Lake Erlo sir Western and probably I the New York Central lines are considering the adoption of tho samo rule If tho now edict goes forth no ono who Is not sober will bo allowed upon a passenger train Conductors will receive instructions to eject at first stop all who indulgo In Intoxlcat r1 ing liquors on tho trains Feared Whisky A friend one said to Crokor Dick I dont believe there Is any fear in you Is there anything In lie world you are afraid of1 1 am not afraid of any man or animal on earth re plied trio Tammany chieftain but there is ono thing Im afraId of and very much afraid of Whats thatr Whisky He was never known to drink a drop oo In buying Olivo Oil it pays to pet the best Italian Olive Oil That is Absolutely Pure You need be troubled by no qualms of doubt regarding the Olive Oil that we sell You can come to this store withevery assurance that you will OIl ly be offered the purest and the best + This is important in view of the many adulterations of Olive Oil on the market As a food tonic and medicine there I are few preparations for many cases of illness and exhaustion that ap proach Pure Olive Oil Halfpint bottle 350 Pint bottle Soc The Porter Drug Co INooarOR4 TIeD +oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaocoaoaoaoao o 0 i Berea and Vicinity ig o iGATHERED SOURCESiFROM A VARIETY OF 0 o ooooeoeoeoaooooaoaol The Rev Dr Thomson returned to Berea Friday night after a trip to Kano Springs Frankfort and Louisville While In the latter city he attended the conference the Methodist church North At Frankfort he vlilted the Stato Colored Normal School John II Jackson a graduate of Berea is DOW again head of that Institution Ho wan IU preddent for some ten yean before 1898 when ho left It to take charge of the Missouri State Normal School at Jeffcrsonvllle Mo For the last three or four years he has been deputy assessor at Colorado Springs While there ho wrote a his tory of education which has been published and a copy of which ho has glrcn to the college library Mr Thomson also saw Mlsa Kelly who teaches Greek and Latin as well as some Normal branches and Is matron ot the La dies Hilt at tho Kane Spring School and who is a former Berea student Friends of tho ROT A P Smith will be glad to learn that at tho recent meeting ot the Conference of the Methodlt hunch North ai Louis vlllo he waa made a full member of tho conference and advanced to tho third year The Rev J 0 Buswell who twf conducted revival services here has moved to Minneapolis and opened an office In tho Lumber Exchange From there ho is ncndlng out missionaries to tho lumber camps to the north west and south Tho work has greatly enlarged recently It in likely that Mr Buswell will take a southern trip to lumber camps to look over tho work this winter The whole work is under tho supervision of the Presbyterian General Assemblys Committee on Evangelistic Work of which John M Converse president of tho Baldwin Locomotive Works Is chairman and tho Rev J Wilbur Chapman Is corres landing secretary Mr Buswoll writes of Prof Weaver who was teacher of music hero for two years He says Prof Weaver remains at Mellen and will act as my assistant superintend ent for Wisconsin Ho Is certainly ono of Ooda bout men George Dick will go to Cumberland Gap today to preside at tho annual convention of tho TrlStato League ot Christian Endeavorors which meet t t there Oct 4 6 and C Ho will bo now companied by the Rov K Albert Cook who was last year editor ot Tho Cit izen Mr Dick spent Thursday and Friday of last week In Louisville u For Lung- Troubles Ayers Cherry Pectoral cer tainly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And Ie certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There can be no mistake about this You know it is true And your own doctor will say BO N llrllltloborbidatrrtlbioeoaah I Hod hear of In aural tlMOUCTitrrj rrhnl The flfil IIdULtmrouUI J ArnLI Alton III Jot IAleers SARSAPwuAI AyersPIlhsj Ioaoeoeooaooeoeoeoeoaoaoe whero he Inspected the electric plants of the L k N railroads office build lug and of the Belknap Building as well as this L N shops for pointers In connection with the proposed roe I building of the college electric plant here Last Wednesday morning Sept 25 a very quiet and pretty wedding took plate at tho homo of Mrs Spurlock on Center street when her daughter Miss Martha Marie was united In marriage to Ulysses M Burgess of Louisa Ky Tho bride looked charming In a white not over taffeta silk and carried a bunch of bridal roses In her hand The groom was dressed In a heaven tlonal black The Rev Amos Stout officiated The house was prettily decorated In autumn colors Tho hap py pairJcft on tho noon train for Lou Ian Ky where they expect to make their future home Both young people are well known In Boron and the best wishes and congratulations of their many friends go with them J B Cook brother of Prof E Al bert Cook who was editor of The CIt Iron last year was In town making his brother a short visit He is in tho banking business in Chicago misalanarleacoCuba visited Mr and Mrs B E Cartraell Friday and Saturday of last week Thomas Barnett one of the students who entered school at the beginning of the term IB likely to havo to quit and go to New Mexico because of lung trouble contracted long before became here Mrs Hudson and two sons Estmcr and Dan left Monday for St Louis Estmcr who Is now employed in the United States Department ot Forestry will go from there to Texas and other points In tho west to study some ex periments that are being carried on In tho interest of tho Department while his mother and brother will go to Oklahoma where they will make their homo If satisfied Mrs Hudson has a brother living there Mlsa Nettle Oldham of Doylosvlllc Ky was tho guest of Mrs Coddington Friday and Saturday Green Halos of Moorehoad Ky via fled friends and relatives hero last week IDr and Mrs P Cornelius and their daughtor draco have rfl1rnetlJrom Tulsa Okla and will IIo tuft tholr home Their ninny IrlOh shave given thorn a warm wolcdtf Quito a largo number of children wore present at tho S S rally hold at the Parish House last Sunday Tho special program that had been prepar ed was well rendered by the children and tho liouso looked very beautiful with Its autumn decorations Mho fettle Lewis who is teaching school at Poytontown visited homo folks Saturday and Sunday Mrs CJagctt and MrsO E Porter were Illchmond visitors Monday Quito a largo crowd i of people wont to Richmond last Wednesday to hear the lIon Augustus E Wlllson speak Mr and Mrs Crawford loft for Ohio last week whore they will make their homo with a daughter Tho rebuilding of tho College Barn Is going On rapidly Mios Grace Blanton of Asbury was tho guest of hor sister Mrs Laura Gabbard Monday Mrs Demmon Is having a new addi tion built to her house on Center streetGeorge Settle has moved Into the house recently occupied by W A Williams on Center street Mrs Della Baker visited her mother Mrs Frank Hays Saturday We are glad to see Mrs Maggie Golden out again after an attack of typhoid foyer We are glad to have Dr and Mrs Switzer In our midst again They will be at homo In the house they occupied before leaving Ilerca Mrs Robert Glllan ot Union City is tho guest of her sister Mrs Amanda Dowden this week Alan Wallace who has been working in Tennessee Is paying tho home folks a visit Prlscllla Moran has gone to Knox ville to school Miss Minnie Nicely Is 111 with ty phoid fever 00080800800000800o o i College Items I o 0 o HERE AND THERE o- eo 0omomouomamomo +ouomomomomom Most of the students and faculty of tho college enjoyed themselves last Saturday in the Mountain Day picnic at Robes Mountain Many of the pleasure seekers went in lumber wag ons with straw padding and was creat hilarity and much laughterI In these loads Others made up sep arate parties for themselves and ft few raked together some horses An other party walked and got thoroI much easier Miss Cameron staff ot assistants served a splendid lunch for those that aro staying at the hall and others had other lunches BO that all were well fed It was a very happy but also a very tired crowd that got back into town Just in time for supper The rain fortunately held oft till all were safely home There were only two accidents during the day neither serious Miss Still well fell down and scraped her elbow and Dwight Allen tripped qver a rock The Athletic Committee of the Fac ulty has thought of a new way to arouse interest in athletics and has laid before the students a plan to di vide the boys into two divisions to be known as the reds and whites who shall be about evenly matched and play games of all kinds against each other This Is not Intended to d6 away with the intercollegiate con tests but to give an easy and natural division Into sides for athletic pur poses Bupt Edwards received a letter this week from Earl Crandall one of our last years students who lives in Dal las Texas He expects to enter school here again the winter term and says be will not leave Berea again very far until he has completed a courseMr Edwards also received a letter from Henry Smith who left us last spring and went to Albuquerque New Mexico on account of poor health He reports the climate tine for most peo ple who come there but that he has not Improved much Ills friends fear ht did not co there soon enough Prof J W Foreman of Grenncastle Ind who for years has been principal of tho MethodistEnglish School at Callao Peru in South America was In town last week to bring a native of that country Last year he brought up Carlos Lozada and he was so well pleased with the result of that young mans year hero that he this year brought another native Jose Arena Another foreigner who has brought back more of his follow countrymen this year is Maxlulllo do Vlllar of Cu ba Two Cubans who havo returned to school with him are Louis Melon theta and Emlllo Pelaez There was a union meeting of tho Religious Societies held In tho Upper Chapel at 030 Sunday evening The Volunteer Missionary Band had charge ot the exercises Glenn Prevail of Largo Florida ono of our last years students writes that he will be In school again In Be rea tide winter- A letter from Cam Lewis states that ho Is teaching a very good school at reach Ky Cam will return this win tor to continue his school work Main1ChapelThomson at Upper Chapel Luolan I4 Kirk farm foreman was cut on tho ankle with a corn cutter In tho hands of ono of tho boys whllo cutting up corn Prof Marsh gavo the Monday Leo turo tbla week the subject being New England tho Nursery of America Tho novo and Mrs William Dagar who havo recently returned from tho Kamerun Mlsslonwhoro they worked visited town this week looking for a place to settle where their children can bo educated Mr Dagar will return to his work in a few months but his wife will stay In this coun try with the children C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Suoceeror to B R Robinson All ally promptly attended to night and day Telephone Xo d horse Ky I I Friends here of Bruco Klrkpatrlck who was In college here a few years ago will be greatly grieved to learn of his sudden death Tuesday He was killed by touching a live wire His parents are cousins of Dr Wm E Barton who la so well known here and during his stay in Derea he won a reputation for cleverness by his drawings for Tho Josher the stu dents publication of that year Tho time of football game was changed from Monday to Wednesday The game was an exciting one neither side scoring Mr Ocland of Tennessee who is a student In the University of Wis consln and who visited here early in tho summer was in town again last week BEREAS FORESTRY WORK FINE Mr Bolseman of the Bureau of Forestry of tho United States Depart ment of Agriculture was in town last week on a special trip to study the hickory trees of the region and inci dentally went over tho Derea College Forest Preserves whore Will Flanery tho college forester is working at the problem of finding out what kind of wood It pays best tor tho mountains to grow and what lands will pay better In forests than under cul tivation Mr Doiseman was much with the work and said ImpressedI been over tho ground that lactlthatwhat is best for the mountains Many people ho said tried to do the best 111reputationthe government service but Berea was really tending to business and learning the things that are important for the people hereabouts and teach ing Its students things that would mean money and better farms to them when they went back home He had seen little forestry work that interest ed him so much or seemed to him so good he said FALL LYCEUM COURSE The first number of the Fall Ly ceum course will be given in the chap el Monday night and will consist in an entertainment by the Alkahest Company Including violinist pianist and reader Tho other numbers of the Fall course will be lectures by Mrs AVA F Johston on Norway and The Midnight Sun and by the Rev Dr William SpurGeon on Popular Follies and Common Mistakes The whole course this year will bo better than last year The committee having the matter in charge camo out a little ahead last year and as it Is not in tended that there shall be any profit on the course the extra money will be put into improving this years series of entertainments The price for sea son tickets for tho Fall course will be adults 75 cents children 50 cents Single admission to Monday nights entertainment will be 40 cents WILL SELL OUT PROPERTY As I have concluded to move from DIg Hill I desire to sell my farm at that place also 82tf acres lying one mile from there on the Owsley Fork al so 1U acres in Kingston with good store house and dwelling and out building also my farming tools house hold furniture of all kinds Horses ono good brood mare and con ono good mule colt two work mules and various other things to numerous to mention also a general lino of merchandise consisting of dry goods shoes hats groceries notions of nil kinds clothing hardware drugs also ono good steam mill In good run ning order with good saw and grist mill I want everybody to como and bring someone with them and get como 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 Settl- eS R BAKER DENTIST OFFICE In Maker Bulkl lug Richmond Street BEREA KY1 Oillro liniirn from a ta 4 CUT Dion IsI Teeth extracted without pluSomnoforme Rim MIS ABOUT YOC- ltEYES Glauf to Suit All Conditions J M EARLY Jowulor EngraverOyer lira Think Berea Kentucky Dr W G BEST DENTIST CITY PUONK loa OFFicE OVER POST OFFICE Live Stock Market Louisville Oct 1 Extra good steers 6 254 6 60 25Choice40Common roFairOCholetOCom501Ned7OoodFair to good do do 8 60 4 825GoodCom to med do do 2 O 8 76CornroFalr76Coarse40ComPlain common do do 10 20 flees Choice p k b 200800 Ibs 060 MLIghtChoice pigs 00 to 120 Ibs 6 75 6 86 OJwugbsDEEP AND LAMBS Good to ch fat sheep 4 25 4 60 Fair to good sheep 3 50 4 25 Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Ducks 7 00 7 25 Choice butcher lambs 4 00 4 75 Culls and tallends 2 00 4 00 PRODUCE Eggs 19c per doz Butter 17 to 18c 13eIpersmall young lOc old 9c turkeys 9c geese 7c PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public sale on Wednesday October 9 1S07 at 10 oclock a m in order to effect a dlv talon of property without buy bidding or reserve at our place lye miles from Richmond on the Four mile pike 360 acres of good Bluegrass land will produce corn wheat hemp or tobacco SO acres of this now in bemjr 35 in corn 30 in meadow and the rest in Bluegrass There is a good farm house 2 good barns and all necessary outbuildings qn this land Also it is well watered with three ponds a creek and a never falling spring It will be sold first in two tracts of 200 and 160 acres each and then as a wholeOn Thursday October 10th at 10 oclock a m we will sell on the premises on Muddy Creek eight miles from Richmond and two miles from Moberley 225 acres of good land all in Bluegrass This farm has on it a good hours and two barns Well wa tered by several springs and a creek Terms made known on day of sale I M and 0 L Hume Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer WOMWJf Dffi ISAM SHOES I ARE EIIEB 250and t 300 IftE MODERN STYLES OLDTIME HONESTY A Shoe as good as tho name It bears time agothe manIufacturers Roberts Johnson Rand Shoe Co set about to produce a shoe of high quality that could be sold at a medium priceThey have reduced the process shoemaking to a scientific basis and the result is th- eMAYFLOWER This is ashoe that could besoldforagreatdealmore money than 250 300 However there is a demand for a shoe at these prices and we have it There need be no hesi tancyin buying the May flower It is made right E and backed by the manu facturers If they are honestly constructed every way we will noti your money We have styles to please the most particular COME IN t AND LOOK AT OUR r BIG STOCK Sllin S U IIAKEll I1EIIEA KV Mtfctttfctafcttl WMMitfe XV4XQ 1 W i THE VARIETY STORE I arK i xthroughYou will find a comploto lino of FANCY GROCERIES Jo- Jo As Is practicable to carry and other Items usually found In n- J Variety Store Wo are adding now goods every day at prices right V Keep in mind that wo are solo agents for a BAKER HARRINGTON HALL STEEL CUT COFFEE tfK Tho best going 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world evidently desires to be a good IJuln A Chicago lawyer boasts that ho has lived for 61 days on nothing but water When Is ho golQg to come ashore Is Prof Osler listening A Boon vllle lad man Is still an active working news boy though ho is 85 eaniold A Chicago man claims he was robber of 1100000 on a train In Switzerland They havo dining car a la carte serv ice there tooT The foundation stone of the temple of peace at The Hague has been laid which is more than can be said foe the foundation stone of peace The worlds history can be read In the stars according to Sir David Gill though it is not believed they mention the names of all the presidents Mark Twain says he understand English humor The trouble about Twain says the Omaha Bee Is that you never can tell when he is Joking Occasional separations are good for married people says a woman writer Wo Judge that Is a POPular view on looking at the divorce courts Japan may bo experimenting with war balloons too but when Japan does things like that she doesnt send invitations to the newspaper reporters A Toledo physician has been sued for 10000 worth of kisses As the lady is 45 years old he must have ordered a wholesale lot for distributor among his friends- Egyptologists now have a poor opinion of llameses H but as he hat been dead for some thousands 01 years It is not believed that it wll bother him much That London pickpocket who was arrested In Chicago made a mistake Incoming so far west says the Chicago Dally News He should have re- maIned In Now York where the people would have loved to have theIr pockets picked by a crook from dear old London Of course the charge that kissing is dangerous is true Everything Is dangerous that ever gave a human be Ins one moment of happiness upon this poor old earth Happiness Itself is only another name for sin If you dont believe it Just study a few oJ the old theologians An Indianapolis girl tried to com mlt suicide because her relatives would not leave her alone while another young miss out in Colorado took the same course because her relatives did leave her alone It is hard to satisfy the diverse cravings of the human heart A rich old man who recently mar ried a fair young woman has had a river abolished because it interfered with what she considered tho beauty of the landscape The age of chlval ry fs not dead Neither Charles II nor Louis XIV could havQ acted more splendidly In the circumstances In Kansas says an exchange the stern arm of the law has stepped in and decreed that bakers shall no longer knead dough with their feet It is high time therefore for the stern foot of the law to seize the cabbage raisers in its sinewy grasp and utter the im perious demand that they shall no longer pack their sauerkraut in barrels by the process ot tramping it with their bare hoofs An actress who has recently been divorced says she couldnt live with her husband because he seldom kissed her although be was kind and thought ful In other respects She should have been patient Perhaps his apparent neglect was merely a sanitary precau tion If the price of milk is raised to the consumer wo hope the controllers of the original supply will have the grace to hand the longsuffering cow from time totime a few more of the deli caclco of the season I fuhltr rliuud wenrlers Iiuuh ie rttututtriI By CHARLES H KEYES Superintendent of Schools Hartford Conn laJ HERE arc five cogent reasons why pensions should be provided for the teachers of the schools to which you are entrust ing the education of your children First That is the best teaching that emanates from a soul that devotes itself with a singleness of purpose to the guidance the training and the inspiration of youth No teacher can do the best work for our children while at tho same time compelled to be busy with plans for securing a livelihotd when the days of service in the schoolroom are over SecondTeachers of the largest ability are every year being drawn away from the school service in which they have proven their high capac ity to enter on more remunerative fields of endeavor Unless we would sea the education of our children turned over to secondrate women and to thirdrate men we must provide rewards that would permit our ablest teachers to consecrate their lives to the service of our schools Third The efficiency of an army always depends upon the character of the recruiting department Tho great army of teachers should always attract many of the brightest and ablest young men and women who year by year graduate from our lending educational institutions Nay the service should be so treated to attract young men and woman of character and brains to prepare for it as an honored and honest profession The current rewards of the teachers are so grossly inadequate that the very material we most need in our schools is being diverted to other callingsFourthThere are in many of our schools men and women with the largest capacity for growth who are earning unusually good salaries from which they are laying by a fund to take care of themselves in old ago To do this they are compelled to deny themselves the opportunity to travel the time to study the ownership of books etc FifthIn thousands of tho older cities and towns of our union thorn are teachers who have practically worn themselves out in the service of our schools and yet have been alga to save little or nothing and cannot see that it is their duty to retire to privation or to charity Such no official has the criminal courage and hardness of heart to turn out to alma or starvation and as a result they are spoiling the tempers or abusing tho intellects of whole schoolhouses full of children in return for their confinement by the community at hard labor in the schoolroom But this cruel aad inhuman punishment of faithful old teachers who ought long ago to have honorably retired on pay goes on in a thousand Americas towns 1in1t 1i 3J1atett Jxhr By DR I WAYNBAUM The physiognomy of every individual pathographio grimahce inscribes on it like the a barometer the different atmospheric pressures or sentiments which influonca that the other hand thanks to their organ of vision all other mon become Upatho scopiothey find out the sentiments of their neighbors by carefully examining their physiognomies Such conditions of course have brought about complications There are plenty of cases whore a man needs to express to neighbor sentiments which he is for from feeling toward him hence he will use an expression which will be purely a workof his willand will not correspond to his true internal emotion Such states are what we call hypocrisyor deceit in which will or calculation takes the place of true feeling In such cases a certain hesitation almost always will be evident in the manner of expression And it behooves each to develop sufficiently faculty of pathoscopy in order that he may be able to distinguish a real smile from a false one real tears from false tears The physiognomy being the center of our wholo energetic symbol ism both material and immaterial has contributed enormously to the bettering of the species Man has perfected himself die has mode himself beautiful So the physiognomy by giving us accurate informa tion concerning the state of our superior centers upon which our whole life depends makes us capable of reading our own soul correctly Thus it that every man laughs cries blushes or turns pale to relieve himself first of alland all other men capable of feeling 01 thinking seeing him do thus are forced to do likewise in order relieve him in turn The human physiognomy being one with the brain perfecta the species and all men one among themselves itnurrtt illl1tl- bNerba iisripliue By MRS RUSSELL SAGE not out has of On his man his not up the too and not and as did obedience too forwere young is altogether too among should bo to its and not show off strangers For more than no one ever brought a cigar into my You talk the tobacco and yet you it by filthy weeds and your lives smoking cigarettes What do I think of women who smoke They are women They are mere crea tures They disgrace their sex Theyare worse than animals It is a foul for any one but a woman docs it she unsexes herselfThere is altogether too attention paid to clothes A woman who makes gaudy clothes and dazzling jewels her appearance must be afraid to trust the that God given her A woman whose only thought is clothes generally makes a poor wife is every faithfully needle in dividual states is to makes much graces Modem children arc brought way we old persons were There it altogether much disrespect You hear them saying Dad and Mom It is right j they should say Father Mother we when we Parents should teach children there much laxity children A child taught know place before thirty years house people about trust support buying those wreck habit when help Pop SISTER WILL UNVEIL STATUE ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY Canton Awaiting In Feverish Rxp tancy One of the Notable Events In the Citys History Harrisburg Pa Sept toPresi dent IloosevoHs special train Irrlvod at Harrlxturg at 1140 oclock Suudi night and loft at 1167 The president and tho other occupants of his car remained In tholr berths with the curtains drawn during tho wait here Canton 0 Sept 30Flags ever where PIngs bright and buntli brighter garlands of green and wreaths of laurel twining around gleaming standards of whlto and gold In such entering gear to Canton for tho dedication Monday of tho maunolou to her beloved McKinley Nowhe Are tho emblems of grief or mourning no rue with the rosemary united 11011 day crowds flll tho gayly bedecks streets and thousands of laughing mOil tnwl women parade through tho han como court of honor with its stately pillars In the public plaza The mourn- Ing season Is post the homo city 01 the dead president seems to fool tJat It li right to reJolco in tho honoring of hU memory In this spirit a program lmn been prepared that will Insure A grand and fmposlug spectacle one entirely befitting the occasion and the hour Yor six years the olUions of Canton hat worked to make this dedication an affair ot which not only Canton but Ohio and the nation generally would bo proud Sunday night a small arm was at work putting the finIshinG touches upon tho tomb tho decoration and reviewing stands and It was lIar break before they ceased their labors Every Incoming train brings crowded cars of distinguished visitors and the hotels at midnight wore chokod as to capacityIt arrival of President 1hoo doro Roosevelt at 10 oclock In tho morning that will sot into motion tho machinery that has been building all these years Ills greeting will be 1 chorus of fresh young voices pupils or the public schools past whoso stan ho will drive from the depot to the re viewing stand on tho public plaza So arranged and costumed as to represent a living flag they will burst Into Jlng as he swings Into view Ills appeal trace at the central stand will bo the signal for the beginning of the mare past ot the civil and military bodte that are to form tho parade of honor At the tomb his coming will give tho toe for tho beginning of the dedicator exercises In which many distinguishes mon will tAko port Tho only thin that can possibly interfere with the success ot tho occasion to tho weather and title is threatening Monday thi many thousands rfeo thronged Ulo streets and tramped out to the tomb did so In a drizzle which at Umps bOo came a soft rain Sunday night H Yaniiuren Mayw igle the architect In charge said Urn Ills share of tho work was In read In 11M and so did every chairman from United States Justice William It Day pres dent of the memorial association down to the ushers Miss Helen MoKInloy + ltcr of tho late president will unveil tho bronz statue on the south staircase Gov Andrew L Harris attended by Adjt Gen A B Critohfleld and other of his staff reached this city Sunday evening ASSAULTED BY A NEGRO Was the Girl After He Had Shot Her FiancePursued By Poise Washington Sept 30A posse 18 scouring Alexandria county Virginia tor a negro who waylaid and perhaps fatally shot John William Mullen aged 21 near Holyn opposite thi city and then assaulted Miss Amour Weiss aged 17 Mullens flanco with whom he was out walking Without 11 word of warning tho negro opened fin- n Mullen shooting him through the mouth and splitting his tongue The assailant then dragged the girl Into a thicket holding her captive for more than an hour Mullen and the girl finally escaped tad gave the alarm Killed His Father Medina N Y Sept 30nert Lewis ahot and killed his own father Jerome ewls with a shotgun and then tired a bullet from a pistol through hit own heart Mrs Lewis told the police that atber and son had been quarreling all lay Late In the afternoon the son nahed in with a loaded shotgun and leveling It at his fathers breast tired afore the old man could move to dew end himself To Meet Our Fleet Victoria British Columbia Sept 30 A special cablegram from London England says Croat Britain will 110011 a fleet of five warships to Esqul mult early next spring following tho owing ot the United States squadron to the Pacific Whether they will remain for a year or permanently was lot learned Dropped Dead Kansas City Sept 30Wlth the mal words of tho opening hymn which ho was singing with is Sundayschool lass Cod Bo With You Till Wo Moot gain upon his lips Frank ll Mitch nor a prominent real estate man of this city dropped dead Rumors of Mutiny Odessa Sept 30Thero are rumors of a serious mutiny In thoflcet 8t Sebastopol It is reported that many officers have been killed or rounder but the reports lack con filiation 31 gACE rJtmQUGH Wit TOVE tiJpE r Mount the picture of tho stove and the disk on heavy cardboard Then put a pin through tho cIrcle In tho picture within the dotted lines Then rut tho disk In a position which will make the mouse enter Uio oven door Tho cat that Is running after tho mouse will follow Turn the disk slow ly around and aeo what has happened to tbo mouse and oat when they earns out of the stovepipe N 0 Times Democrat Hurt Her Dignity Miss FAith aged 14 walked with gnat dignity into a largo drapers or tabllshmeiU tho other day Please she s Ui to tho ptac4y ch walker I want a poly of gloves Certainly miss replied that son llomnn you will find the kids eons ter on the next floor Hut I dont want the kids eMIR ter said Miss Mdlth freoxlngly I want the tadloe counter Children Employed Nearly 700000 children aro work- Ing In the United States In occupa ton other than nfirlculturc Of those 700000 children one In every six Is working in Pennsylvania sad the number of working children In Ponnsylcanla Is declared to be growing with alarming rapidity In 1903 there were 32000 discovered by the factory department in 1901 41000 and In 1901 48000 Schools for Indian Children The United States government has started 300 schools for Indian chit dren Nearly 2COOO boys and girls attend those schools They study books part of tho day and half the day the girls learn sewing mending housework baking and so on while tho boys learn to bo carnopters shoo makers and farmers In ono end of a spool or bobbin drive two little nails without heads See that each Is the same distance from the hole and dlrecUy opposite each other Cut out a piece of cardboard using Figure 2 as a model Make the three holes In the middle to correspond and exactly to tho bole in the spool and tho two nails Twist tho piece of cardboard all the way as shovu In Figure Ie SIOUX PUPILS They Are Bright but They Mk Funny Mistakes Indian children know hardly any English when they first go to school but they are so bright and quick they soon learn Tho older pupils coach tho now arrivals for oven In a govern mont school way out on an Indian tea ervatlon In lie far wott those who have boon to school one year fool su perior and think they should teach the little ones how to act says the Brook lyn Eagle Some of these Sioux children make their teachers laugh with their droll When a little one IDSI I n tooth ho says My tooth come oft if a splinter gets Into a finger it s 1Jstick a board or even a lumber Of their shoes mittens etc It Is the other side never the mate When they have had a particularly good meal the say Wo eat vciy nice For scissors those little people say scissor pronouncing tho T 11ke long e Once there was a girl who WIll rending her lesson out of the fourth reader In tho lesson there wore a few lines from Shakespeare- By and by tho girl came to tho word scissors and mispronounced It You must say scissors not seep sot corrected tho teacher A minute or two later tho teacher hoard her murmuring We oomo tcrlbury SaUtore not to praise hint They are quick to see such like flosses In words A Hllle girl who had lost a bitten from her dress asked for a pin to tHAt ton It with When a caster onino off a bed In tire dormitory n fclM e claimed Look a bed wheel Putting on her hat one afternoon a little GIrL announced I think I will Hi out and gather some froth air while another Y went out to catch some It they want to know the time they say How many oclock At one of those schools In South Dakota they had a little push cart In which woof was to tho door One day a troop ot children were sent to gather dry willows for kindling the fires When they returned arc was crying and when asked the cause abi sobbed The cart step on my foot One dar the little girl who was walt roes for the teachers table spoke of the dessert as the deserving Quaint as are their attempts tc spunk tho English tboy art almott always very expreiestve tot these little Sioux children are wonderfully apt HIS SOLDIER CAP Our JokM i to proud or ha aewuMIr cep it he i a loRe peak tad a sblalag ideleftrap And politelies lowing to people from morning til night Detroit Free Press UUUUUUhuuu t heY in pica I Details of Making SpiralfMyII round mistakes brought 1Thruststalk have It In such a position dl fv reel the Cleveland Leader that the b p1beaeta pin through the trUck Just below the I spool When you spin the spool by meaDlrc it of a string tho spiral wing around swiftly and then wlUwblrlIup wee through the air for Ii T T WELLPLANNED COW STALL Features Which Will Add to the Com fort of the Animate I do not like stanchions of any kind I think they destroy the naturalness of the cows and they trouble each other a great dent besides often treading upon each other The only point in favor of stanch lone Is that they tako up less room Plan of Cow Stall but I believe the Increase In milk Is a roward for allowing moro space and convenience to each cow The cut shows the kind of stall which I prefer writes a correspondent of tho Missouri Valley Farmer The rack a Is of hardwood 30 Inches high with the slats wide enough so cow can thrust her nose through up to her eyes The bottom of the rack la IS Inane wide extending Into the stall toward the ottw Tug teed box b slides through an opening In the stall on the barn floor It can be drawn Into the y olMDed out and a new feed Ew without being disturbed by the iTho halter strap C Is just long enoujth to allow the oow to lie down comfortably The gutter d Is eight Inane lower than tho stall floor When rho lies down she will put her Load under the rack In kneeling and when she seta up she will rnovo backward so that she Olin look through the rank Tho length and width of ijall can bo made to suit the cows I AN ESSENTIAL FACTOR The Dairy Woman and the Part She Has Had In Developing the Dairy Cow H Is doubtful If any of the valuable breeds 8f dairy oows could have been- pseedueed without the help of women That Is those breeds have been brought to their high state of perfec tion bcoaMM the pcofle that have had the oars of them for centuries have iteM mostly women The oowi ot the Ctiauel Islauda and the cows of UoJtoml leave heM wader the super vUfM of women for to teoi a time that the maaory of wa runneth not te the wwlitiry- laMBlM says Farmer Hovlew MM ef our western cowboys trying til develop a breed ut dairy cows Any dairy brand they night evolve would have the ability to run a fourminute trait and to scale fracas with little I1rtlkoIl the Dutch cow and tho Jersey Cow klad Harshness would have made them Into animals that few could milk CIonllonoM has made them of a quiet disposition InellncdIto chow tho cud In fooling of perfect security This con tentment hat made the work of the mammary glands easy and groat capa cities for tho production of milk and cream havo been evolved Tbo United States Is little likely to have o distinctive breed of dairy cows In tho main our cows here are In tho care of men especially In the larger dairy establishment Ont tho farms where women milk that the only part they have In dairying Men havo most of tho core of tho Ant mats The dairy woman is bust adapted to tako care of tho dairy cow If more women take up dairying as an I occupation It will bo a good thing for tho dairy interests They appreciate the value of the fine points In dairy- Ing and the fine points aro what rcg iJata tho value of tho dairy output DAIRY DOTS AND DASHES A band separator well taken carp of yrlll last for a generation The man that owns band scpar star can feed worm sklmmilk to his stock The average persons Idea of clean liness corresponds with everyday conditions and convenience A cow so milked that she docs not enjoy the operation will scon retire from th business of giving milk Generally the failure to mako dairy lag payJa doe more to Inefficient man agmcnt than to poor cows In purchasing a cow for butter and milk do not be carried away by the breeding of the animal but see that she has Individual merit Tho application of elbow grease may be disagreeable but It Insures clean milk clean separators clean butter and generally a clean reputation A gallon of 30 per cent cream weighs about eight pounds and five ounces If It weighs less than that It will surely test less than 30 per cent It Is better to milk tho cows before seeding them ns thoy will thon keep rarequiet Besides the dust from + the hay or tho odor from tho sllago iind other things will not get Into th- ojia c that Is being drawn Cry I TellsiHow Change Should Be Ma1eI Cows are generally taken off pasture some tlmo during tho lato fall when a big storm Is In progress and it be conies necessary to house them This method while very natural Is not to bo recommended as tho chances aro tbo barn will not bo In condition to receive tho animals and such little bedding teed stalls etcwillhardly bo In shape for tills new condition OJperlcnceto ter feed without causing a shrinkage In the milk flow or a loss In body weight of tho animal Is to make such change gradually A week at least should bo taken to shift tho animal from grass to dry feed or from pas lure to winter Very often during the season of the year when cows are changed the pasture Is rather short and sometimes tough and dry though if fall rains have been plenUful tho grass may bo In fairly good condition but somewhat frosty Tho cows If allowed access to a rack well filled with hay will begin eating tho hay even while tho pasture Is good They will In this way become accustomed to the chango gradually and will not suf fer as a result of the now ration One of tho best foods to give Im mediately after removing from pas ture Is roots Beets turnips or mangle may bo fed at this season to tho very best advantage beta arc as a rule In tho best shape at this sea son of the year and may bo fed In large rations as sllngo or bay would be A beet ration to a cow on full milk can be made from 16 to 30 pounds dally from tour to ten pounds of grain according to the amount of milk tho animal Is producing and Ita capacity When forage or hay Is given It should be to the beat quality at this tlmo of the year for the animal must be tempted with rations of tho most palatable kind If there Is oomo spoiled hay In stack or barn do not toed It at this time for It will como In much boiler during tho cold win ter months when tho animal has naturally a good appetite and Is well ac customed to dry food Keep the cows out of doors as much as possible that Is stable only when necessary If the general custom Is to stable nights see to It that tho windows and doors aro left open for tbo season Is gen erally mild during the ate fall and early winter and animals will suffer more from close confinement than too much ventilation Ilomembor that a cow requires as much fresh air as ten people Then If you aro stabling 20 cows In a barn consider what 300 people could stand In the way of con finement Tuboroulesls would bo un known If this were duly considered and mode allowance for Several years ago wo made a little tool to ascertain tho effect of stabling as compared with allowing the animal access to the open yard with sheds ad joining The lest was carried on dur ing November when the nights wore cold and frosty We found In this short test that In evory Instance where the cows woro compelled to sleep In the barn In stalls they did not give as largo a yield of milk as when allowed the open air Wo were quite surprised about this for tho nights were quite cold though dry The barn was well ventilated and the animals bad plenty of good dry bed ding and wore In clean stalls Never comforJ1bloI ableWe mako It a practice when chang ing from grass to dry feed of allowing tho cows as much liberty as possible In yards or paddocks about tho barn also to put them In the barn only when the weather Is bad or at milk ing time until they ore well accus tomed to the now condition While rows aro on paiiuro they naturally take considerable exorcise In graz- Ing they walk many miles The chango from this condition to a nar row stall Is naturally rather severe and duo consideration should be mado In allowing tho cow at this tlmo as much freedom and open air as pal- lslbleorango Judd Farmer ANTISPILL MILK STOOL A Contrivance Which May Prove of Value to Some Milkerf li Is mado of lumber 1x10 Inches and 16 Inches long with a piece of 2x4 for legs to go through nailed oh ho under side the back pleco going cross ways and the front ono lengthways 1 A Swings the Bucket Uore holes for legs so they will stand well apart at the bottom A tla ball for holding milk pall and Is made from tooth of an old rake It Is bolted on just tar enough away from stool so the pall will not strike when stringing ulthcr way When cow goes to stop says the Missouri Valley Farmer Just swing pall out of the way and savo tho milk and your temper Milk Preservation Tho secret of milk preservation may clean1lIno18 p ft f I sAattttssaa Israel Enters the Land of PromiseSu- nday School Lesson tor Oct 13 1907- Spedtlly Prepared forThlf Piper LISBON TEXTJoahua 1 617 Mem Dry verse 1- 7GOLDEN TEXTAnd he led them forth by the right way that they might Co to n city of habitation 1anlm 107 7 TIMEOn tho tenth day of the ant month early In April was the crossing of the Jordan It sue the annIversary- of the day on which 40 years before the Israelites had been directed to take up the lamb for the first rover In EsyptDeqno Thl lesson closely fol Iowa the Jut- ILACEAt Abel Bhlttlm The Mea dow of the Acncliu near the fords of the Jordan on the eut bank opposite Jericho At the foot of the Moablto mountainComment and Suggestive Thought Tho Two Accounts Tho history of the conquest of Palestine in Joshua and tho account In the first chapter of Judges aru assumed by certain schol art to be parallel accounts coveting the same ground Uy assuming 1 that Joshua was written at a late date arid therefore unhistorical 2 that the first statement In Judges to the ef feet that tho events described In that chaptetr took place after tho death of Joshua Is untrue and a lato addl Ion and 3 that tho conquest de scribed In Joshua was so complete that there need bo no further conflict It Is taken for granted that the two accounts describe tho same period and are therefore contradictory and unhistorical Preparation of the People for Cross ing the Jordan Josh 11005 1 Tho announcement that the time to cross was at hand to a people who saw nn Impassable flood In front of then 2 Preparation of victuals not merely the manna but the fruits of the fertile country In which they were encamped 3 Spies who could swim the deep and swift river were sent across to investigate tho condition of things on tho other lido and to report 4 Tho camp was moved to the lower level nearer tho river C Officers were sent throughout the camp to Instruct the people what to do 0 Tho people wore commanded to v S sanctify themselves make special spiritual preparation by wash ing their persons and their garments and abstaining from everything that might indispose their minds to a se rious and devout attention to the mir acle about to bo wrought In their behalf The object was to turn tholr hearts to God In faith and prepare them to obey willingly and to understand the full meaning and power of what God WIll doing for them Compare tho sanctifying before thoy received tho law at Sinai See also Lev 207 8 1 Sam 106 Joel 216 The Training of the People In Cour age and FalthVs 611 Before the actual entrance upon tho conquest which meant life or death and from which there was no possible return over tho swollen riverfor tho cross lag was tike Cortex burnIng of his shipsit was needful onco more to test tho people and prove to them that God could and would mnko theta successful 1 6 They took up the ark of tho revenant The symbol of Gods pres once and of his covenant promise and their covenant of obedience Went beforo tho people There was to be a apace of 2000 cubits or nearly three quarters of a mile between tho ark and the people so that all could seo tho sacred symbol of tho divine pros once Josh 34 which could not be done if the ark was closely surrounded by a crowd 2 7 And the Lord said unto Joshua This day will I begin to mac nlnfy theo Make theo great put honor upon thee as tho leader and commander of tho people Hence forth ho would ho accepted as tho truo successor of Moses Henceforth no doubting no questioning who should bo tho leader nor whether their leader was worthy of trust 3 The assurance of faith The Providential Miracle V 16 Tho waters rose up upon an heap very far from the city Adam Theo revisions give the correct trans lotion In ono heap a great way off nt Adam Adam was probably at the Dnmleh ford just above the mouth of tho Jabbok 17 miles above the Is raelites encampment Nero are the romaine of an dncldnt bridge Here Is a sudden break In the geological formation nnd tho river flows between two ridges of mountains on either side or as Prof G F Wright fjug goats the elevation of tho bed of the river In this volcanic region where a landslide or tho fall of a cliff could easily block up tho waters In which case the waters would accumulate above the dam and form a great lake extending far up tho river while the waters below would all flow away Into tho Deed sea leaving tho bed of tho river comparatively dry Tho wonderful story of Gods chosen people Is Itself n greater mlr ado than any exhibition of dlvlno power It rceordlF FoakcsJackson The church sees before her her promised land tho whole earth re doomed to Christ Those parts of our country which are more settled like tho two and onehalf tribes are to send their warriors to help the others to Bubduu the newer portions to ChristTho whole world has received its marching orders Onward forward to Christ to God to goodness to use fulness I WOES OF TELEPHONE LlrVEMAN He Was Ambitious but Grevi Dizzy and Fell Into the Rivet Yearly anyone can become a good telephone lineman otter three or four years said n Kansas City electrician A tow men though never can learn the trade because they grow dizzy when they get to the top of n pole Safety felts have been worn only about ten years Just a little while before they tamo Into uso I hod a man working with me who couldnt learn to control himself when on a pole Ho could climb all right but after he got there ho couldnt do anything except to hang on so tight that he left his nail marks In the wood Ono day we wero working on a telephone line close to town and had a good slzed audience watching us This wouldbe lineman thought hed try to nail some brackets up about 20 feet from tbo ground He put his ax in his mouth and shinned up the pole Then he stopped The natives came around to watch him and ho did his best but It was no use There he stayed for a full minute and couldnt put his hands up to get the ax So ho came down again He tried one day to cross on a high truss we wero wiring over tho Missou ri river We told him he couldnt do It but he wont ahead and as usual last control of himself and fell When wo pulled him out he had changed his mind about becoming a lineman Lat er ho went Into tho grocery business Kansas City Star Trouble at the Moore Cottage In the Adirondack Cottage sani tarlum at Trudeau N Y tho patients nro supposed to be In bed at ton oclock each night Tho lights at that hour are supposed to be extin guished and talking Is strictly pro hibited Any violation of theee rules is reported to the resident physician To enforce the rules Is part of the duties of a watchman who has been with tho Institution for years This watchman a middleaged German whpso only name so far as anybody ever knew Is John is the soul of fidelity In carrying out his duties and violations of rules are always reported by him without delay John Is not n college man and some of his reports aro gems of the purest ray Tho other night he heard loud talking at the Mooro cottage The lights were lit and ho hastened to see what the trdublo was Ills reception was more vigorous than polite and noxt day he formulated this report to tho powers that be Trouble at Moore cottage last night ton thirty Three beds empty Ono bed said Go to H The report Is destined to live long in tho annals of the sanitarium Miners Hard Fate A Welsh colliery fireman named Evan Howella died recently as the ro stilt of torrlble injuries ho had sus tamed In a fire in tho Rhondda valley While the men wore working at the pit bottom the pit knockors clang Ing gave warning that something was wrong Howolls went up In the cage to see what was the matter and near the top of the shaft ho found a fire hind broken out Tho cage was drawn up Into the middle of the flames and just as the man arrived In tho heart of the fire the knocker wire broke and the signal to stop tho cage was given automatically The shrieks of the man In the cage drew the attention of those on tho bank nnd by tho tlmo tho cage bad been drawn to the top Howells clothes had all been burned upon him It Is stated that tho guide ropes were white with heat and as soon as the fan was stopped to pro vent the fire getting Into tho pit a ball of flamo rose from the shaft shot up by the air pressure The Favor He Asked The second floor people had often been annoyed by the running back and forth of tho little boy upstairs but boing peaceable folk with nn In fant of tholr own they didnt want to complain One day a package of laundry was left with tho second floor tenants for tho upstairs people who were out That night the man of tho house took It up I met the husband at the door he explained to his wile afterward and ho seemed a very decent sort obliged and all that sort of thing Wanted to know If he couldnt ac commodate me some way Thetas just ono thing said I What Is ItT1 said he Have your little boy wear rub bers In the house Boxer Chief Well Treated Duke Lao one of the Uoxer chiefs who is supposed to be In prison at Slnklang on account of his share in the rising of 1900 seems to be having a very good time It is reported that ho la using tho Chekiang guild house as his residence and as he regarded the grounds as too small he extended them by taking In tho adjacent land He draws from tho treasury a large monthly allowance for his mainten ance always goes out In an official chair borne by tour persons with a large number of bodyguards and Is very fond of theatrical performances Tho officials from the governor down ward are In the habit of going to his house to pay their respects twice a month Results Are the Same SingletonA scientist claims that drinking too much coffee will eventually make aman bald Wedderly Yes and telling his wife that her coffee Is slop produccsthe saute result + 1 J1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others likes himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free tuft booksTRADE COURSES for soy wtoo have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tfco most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young porson for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course TO that a may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home ScienceIACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even i a part ot this course as fall and winter term is very profitable Small extra tees iIACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 year courses with Latin GOT man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college 1 COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses withjuse of laboratories otentino apparatus and all modem methods highest educational standards i NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flrst Firstjcertificate Following years winter and spring terms give the culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches sary for State certificate Ir MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Plana Theory i Band may be taken aa an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees aExpenses Regulations Opening Days j 01 i Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re I calved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends j on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patrlotlo peop1eIwho are supporting Itcrca In order that It may train young men and for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with cartful regulations to the character and reputation of the young people Our students womenIthe best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any be elck the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Bcrea live In College tassist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train f 1 Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter 1 It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn u much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretaryabefore secure extra so as to earn from 60 cents to on dollar a weekIwith different popple Borca favors plain clothing Our climate U the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and 1 other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing ot bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week la tall and spring 60 oents tn winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit aa guarantee for I return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs I C Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for oue of school build I Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of- teachorsall our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Feofor most l students is 500 a term UOO In lower Model Schools 600 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments are ae follow FALL 14 weeks 2950In One payment 2900 Installment plan first day 92105 Including 1100 deposit middle oftterm946WINTER12 weeks 2900In poe payment 92850 i Installment plan first day UlUO including 1100 dtpoalt middle ot term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tie end of a term receive back for money advanced On board In full except that ao allowance Is made for say fracMca of aIweekOn room all but fifty cents but no allowance tar uy traction of a monthOn Incidental fee a certificate allowing the stuideat to apply the amount advanced for term bids when he returns provided It U within tour term but making no allowance tae any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have wade your Jeumay sad are well started In echool it pays to stay a long as possible THE FIRST DAY of the ran term II September 11 1907 For Information or friendly advice write to tbe oratory WILL C GAMBLEBEREA YII d That Premium Knife takes the eyea of the men asd boys who we H The nnoantalaipeople like a good thing when belae It and to get a reel two blades of razor steel anda dollar paper that Ii worth more to the mountain people than any other d papas la the world The Knife and The Citizen forOn Dollar x That brings fa wta lpttcM M W u Ise full rds1LI on page I r I THE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School fly lrof Dlniimir Put 4The School In Progress- In thU article Mr Dlntmorc continue hU dUcuMlon of the health of the school He ha RinD four rules for Rood health The tutlglveD last week was Take Plenty of lixcrclse and 10 carrying out rule he now for gymnastics Extended directions cannot bo given in a work like this Only ail simple exercises are suggested as a beginning Any teacher who is interested can for a few cents buy a book of calisthenics giving explicit direction for a great number and variety of exorcises Instructions are also frequent ly found in teachers journals After pupils have been studying for an hour or more give the signal for attention Books in order everybody in position sitting straight heads erect shoulders back The teacher counts one all turn into tho aisles two they stand three they face the front arms length apart heel together toes apart shoulders back chest extended chin slightly drawn in eyes to the front hands resting lightly on hips This is the general posi lion for all exorcises First are the arm movements Directions at count one thrust arms forward full legnth palms downward fingers and thumb extended at count two return hands to hips count three extend arms again and so on till the word halt thus one arms extended two hands on hips three arms extended four hands on hips five arms extended six hands on hips seven arms extended halt hands on hips After two or three seconds rest give new directions as follows For the next eight counts extend arms straight upward palms forward fingers extended stopping at word halt Then arms outward palms downward for eight counts Lastly arms downward palms backward eight counts This completes the round for the arms Second movements for the lower limbs With hands on hips as before at count one raise heels standing well on tip toes at count two return heels to floor repeat to eight counts Raise toes in eight counts in the same m manner Again at count one extend right foot well forward placing tot on floor heel as high as possible at count two return to position Next extend right foot backward placing toe on floor for eight counts The same movements for the left foot Each foot may also be extended to the right and left in like manner The body is held rigid during these foot movements At count ono lower body to heels bending knees forward and outwardat count two return to position and so on for eight counts Third body movements With legs rigid bend body forward as nearly parallelwith floor as possible at count two straighten etc At count ono bend body backwards as far as possible at count two straighten etc At count one bend body to the right as far as possible at count two straigten etc The same to the left giving each movement eight counts Fourth head movements Bend head forward backward side right and side left each in eight counts and end by rolling head in rotary motion clear around eight times These make a complete set that need take but a very short time They give the whole body exorcise and if taken vigor ously as they always should be and with doors and windows open will put the body in condition for another hour of hard work Many variations of the above will suggest themselves such as touching the fingers to the floor without bending the knees touching the fingers to the top of the head on the shoulders under the arms and so on Variations make the exercises more pleasing but the main thing is perseverance It requires will power to keep it up after it has grown to be an old story but it pays Marching around the room to singing is a pleasing exercise and a valuable one if the teacher will nee to it that the pupils walkstraight and keep time with shoulders back chest extended head erect and eyes to the front Breathing exercises should accompany the calisthenic drills At the beginning when all are in position give the signal to inhale raising the arms outward slowly until on a level with the shoulders take just as much air as possible into the lungs then exhaling lower tho arms slowly until the lungs are as empty as possible Repeat the process several times There is no danger of any child hurting himself by inhaling or exhaling to his full capacity Many schools are provided with costly apparatus such as Indian clubs dumbbells wands and the like These things are desirable because they add interest but they are not at all necessary About as good results can be obtained without as with them It all depends upon the enthusiasm and determination of the teacher Continued Next Week THE FARM I The Indispensable Cow More than 21000000 cows are milked in the United States every day That means much work for many men many women and many children It also means hundreds of millions of dollars of capital invested many millions of profits to dairymen and oceans of expense to the consumer But we must have milk andbutter or life would not be worth the living and we can not have these without the cow The statisticians at Washington furnish us some startling figures on the subject The annual output of the country is 70000000000 pounds allowing an average of 3500 pounds of milk to each cow Over baIf of this product is required in mak ing butter a billion pounds goes into condensed milk three billion into cheese while the rest goes to the calves is sold as cream or drunk by the people There is enough to give each person nearly a pound or a good sized tumbler full though many of course get much more than their share In addition to his milk each individual is supposed to eat twenty pounds of butter a year and with all our cows creameries and farms wo cannot quite soppy the demand which necessitates tho annual importation of about 45000 pounds It is interesting to notice that one third of the nations output of butter still comes from the farms where three and onehalf million farmers and their families still churn it pack it in firkins or tubs and deliver it to the nearest shipping point This is n pleasing fact as the farm without milking and butter making loses half its charms advantage of the dairy business is that it can be followed in any- aection of the country There is no dairy belt to correspond to that of corn fruit and wheat Whenever you can get together enough cows and sufficient to feed them you may start a dairy Practically all the advance in improved breeds and other adjuncts of modern dairying has beet made in the last half century It has been found that the bettor the brwul of cows the better the milk products and the higher returns from the sales The experts say a cow must give six or seven quarts a day for 300 days to bo regarded as profitable This means from 4000 to 5000 pounds n year What can be done with a cow was shown at the St Louis expo sition where an Oregon bred animal weighing 1000 pounds in 120 days produced five times her own weight Jn butter The average yield how over of the average cow is less than 4000 pounds of milk and about 100 pounds of butter There has been much improvement in recent years but we have a long ways to go yet before wo reach ideal conditions either in our herds or our clairies Wash all dairy utensils daily thoroughly rinsing in boiling hot water and a little washing soda scald and drain Boil strainer cloths daily After cleaning keep utensils inverted in pure air and sun if possible un til wanted for use Under no circumstances should anything be added to milk to prevent it souring Such doings violate the laws of both God and man The chemicals which are used are slow poisons Cleanliness and cold are the only preservatives needed The American Farmer NOTICE All bills for telephone service are due at the close ot each month The Company wishes to ask that subscrib era and patrons come to the office upstairs Bank and Trust Bldg or remit by mall either oa the first or last day of each taontk- Hertarttr all toll messages trill be charged to the phone from which they are sent You can easily see the necessity of this rule People often scud long distance meeeagea and leave town before the ticket can be collected If anybody use your phone for long distance meevagee see to it that he pays you the toll It will be charged to your phone without exception The Berea Telephone Company PUBLIC SCHOOL NEEDS Kentuckys Weakness Told Before Teachers Association by Miss Laura Clay In Splendid Address One ot the best and most helpfu meetings of the Teachers Alssoclatlo ot Madison County In some tlmo was held In the College Chapel hero Inst Friday While some of tho address on the program were not given because ot the absence of thoso who were to have spoken the great ma Jorlty were delivered and were ot unusually good quality Tho feature of tho day was a short address by Miss Laura Clay on Compulsory Education Several ot the speakers had agreed that tho chte cause of poor attendance at Ken luckyb public schools was the lad of Interest shown by parents Mlsi Clay fully agreed with this and solnj on to discuss the subject made at address so strong and of such vlt11 Interest to Kentuckian everywhere that The Citizen is sorry to be able- to give only a short summary ot It and that not In her own words After discussing the growth of sentiment In Kentucky In favor of compulsory school attendance and the changes which had been made in the law Miss Clay dropped all other parti of the subject except that relating to rural schools This was she said the part of the greatest Importance to the Commonwealth because the best peo ple In the cities the men with the best brains the new blood that keeps the world moving all como from the country The country furnishes a largei proportion of leading minds than the city does she said thbugh there are greater opportunities In the dtyShJ3 gave two reasons for this First In the country the rowing which is thebaby mind sees nature greatest ot all teachers and the child learns to see and think for Itself Second Educators are learning the Importance of manual training ge Ing along with tho training of the mind The country child again has the advantage here for the training should be suitable to the little one the farm and in the such as It Is on farmhouse and as it is not In the shops and factories where the city children learn to work It they lean- tallThese opportunities In the country amount to nothing Miss Clay went sluggish lazy or on to the mentally Indifferent child and with most child ren some kind ot a stimulus something to wake the child up is needed The child which finds this in 1U home most ot thembut forIs a happy one the cool must cause the awakening and this Is really the school greatest mission to make the children see and feel the need of learning The Kentucky school has failed in this mission so far Miss Clay said She did not know how many of those present knew the shameful figures aa to the lack of education In Kentucky recently thatIt was only with deep shame and humiliation ho herself She could Had learned them not give the exact figures but out of the fortyfive states Kentucky elands about thirtyfifth from tho top If it the negroes who are were not for moro educated than the whites the state wouldstand about fortieth or five places lower and If It wore not for tutu foreigner who are better educated than the citizens It would stand about fortyfourth or next to the lowest This sho said was enough to jrlng shamo and humiliation to every jltlzen ot this proud state which is used to thinking that It Is first in vcrythlngto find that It is far from firstIs really almost lost Education has a money value which shows in tho prosperity of a state md according to this tout too Ken uoky is tar from the boat AJ man rom Massachusetts because of his better education is on the average worth more in the market whore wdrk Is bought two and a halt limes as much as a mu from Kentucky And yet this Is not the states fault The state has given onehalf ot all axes collected to the cause ot education which shows that It wppreclatos the need and is willing to do all that It can to help education along Mr Nolan tho president of the As loclatlon was right Miss Clay said when he said that the trouble was that the parents wore indifferent tho people ot Kentucky do not value iducatlon as they should In some places there is a strange prejudice against educationpeople ore proud of their Ignorance The compulsory school law she said IB a recognition by the state of the duty of the people to take the things the state offers it is an at tempt to teach the cltlrcn that he owes something to the state and must return it by helping give an In elllgent vote and prepare himself to- ro such a vote The taxpayers are vllllng to pay for the education but they want some returns for their bard tamed money It Is hard for them to pay over money year after year ex j cUng that as a result they will live In on educated community and then find that in the end they are no better off because the Ignorant people will not take the education given themThe state should use strong measures of persuasion first Miss Clay bo Moved Other states have Interested the mothers by giving women the rich to vote at school elections Kentucky was the first to do this she said but Las since fallen away This IH an cf fectlve measure oho went on as II shown by the fact that with one exception all states that have let women vote at school elections stand higher in the educational scale than all thosi that do not When Kentucky gives such a right to Its women Miss Cia said she would hope to see tho compulsory school law which is now work- Ing well In the smallor cities work ling equally well in the country because then the women would take an interest and seo that It was enforced After Miss Clays address the regular program was continued Mrs Smith ot Richmond chairman of the Madison County Branch of the School Improvement League took Mrs Dins mores place in speaking on school improvement work and delivered an excellent speech Among the teachers who were pres ent were Miss Stella headmen Mrs Laura Creech Miss Nannie Johnson Miss Ellen Gilbert Miss Bettle Lewl W J Blanton Miss Etta Oay Mli Etta Moore Mrs Sadie Blckncll Mrs Ellen Mitchell Mesa Amelia McWhor ter Miss Adello Fox Miss Lucy Hays Ledford Creokmore Miss Lillie Mo Whorter Miss Bada Mason Calvin Hendrix Miss Dora Ely and Miss Re- becca Edwards At the close of the meeting the association adopted resolutions thanking the President and Faculty of Berca College and Prof Lewis Miss Boat right Miss Clay Miss Corwln and Mrs Smith for their aid in contributing to the success ot tho meeting WITH THE CANDIDATES Continued from lnt rage Thursday that he would approve the Oklahoma Constitution Ho said it did not seem to him that It was a wlso or a good document HU only power he said was to decide whether it came within tho act passed by Congress and this ho believed It did The Indiana Conference ot the Gen eral Methodist Episcopal church reused to elect VIcepres Fairbanks a delecate to the General Conference Some time ago there was considerable excitement over the report that Mr Fairbanks had ordered cocktails for a public dinner which he gave At that time It was said that tho conference would probably refuse to give him this honor as has been customary bemuse of tho report Tho W C T U and other similar organizations have been working against him and his boom for the presidency has been bad ly muffled At a meeting of the executive committee of the Derca Republicans held Monday night the resignation ot Mr Gabbard from the ticket of trualeoa was received and Mr Ellis Scale was unanimously chosen to till his place This choice of the committee eeema to bays met with almost universal approval It Is believed In Tenneeeco that an organized effort is being made to ohm inate Gov Patterson from imbllo life by tho Democrats The scheme Involves n union between the forces ot Taylor and Carmaok Senator Knox was formally Indorsed for the Republican nomination for President nut year by the PeniMyl vanla State League of Republican Clubs at Harrisburg PUBLIC SALE As agent for the heirs ot John Mad Nnnoy Palmar dneed I will on aturday Ootobor the SWh 1907 at tho late residence ot the laid J Mad Nanoy Palmar five mllM south OQIt of Lancaster on the ancestor and Richmond turnpike road near Point Leftvoll a railroad station on the L N R R sell to the hlghwt bidder a certain tract ot land eon Lining lOG acres of good land vlll grow hemp corn tobacco or any i lad of grain said farm has upon it a good residence of eight rooms good barn corn crib buggy house mont and chicken house with an everlasting well at tho door and is well wateredI by springs and pond and good neighborhood close to church and ch ol and for quiet sobriety and Christianity cannot be excelled by ny people Any ono wishing to look at the farm Mr Pope who lives ont tho farm will take a pleasure In show- Ing It to them Terms One third to be paid Jan 1st 1908 when possession will be glv cn one third Jan 1st 1909 one third Jan 1st 1010 purchaser to execute notes on day of sale with good secur- Ity the two last notes to bear six percent Interest from Jan lit 180S till paid This farm must be sold to make a distribution among the heirs Sale to begin at 10 oclock a In J W Palmer Agent Point Leavell Ky W P Prewltt Auctioneer Bares Ky +O+onopoka +O +okoko +O+ iO Noo+O+O+OO+O +od O+oo+O+ o ADDINGo ti o NEW ACCOUNTS Io fVc arc constantly adding new accounts and our i business is increasing at a very Satisfactory rate It is 9o our purpose to o Deal Justly and Liberally With All I o 1 itt INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS f ITHE i I Berea National a Capital 2500000 BankI t S IL WELCH Hraqldent J L GAY 4 ei++a k OIC40 +o+oose+o+a+o+ +N N o e4o+s y OO i f t I AM THE MAN WHO SELLS THE LANDTown property in Heron and farm lands arc advancing in I buyingI for sale I have one farm well located containing 100 acres to acres hot K tom land n flue cro on It now good bulldlngM well fa nnd lying along benlno county rout nnd railroad which ImprovcdI moojv land contnlnlng 180 acres of hand 40 acres land Thin um CO 60 to 7C per scare I CAn sell you thin excellent tract now for Ilb PIT ncro Now in your limo for a bluegrass fnnn tIIgrlLRM hnvo very beautiful tJroJlorty In Borea now for sale I building lots in the Post cud U unsold flOO each In unoh have three I can JotIiaroevidently tho Th Honm any ways Another IJn building good lloonII If you want town I am JaP BICKNELL REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT JOO OO +0+o 0+o 00+ 0+o 0+ 0o+00o 0+o+o+a+00o+ 0o+o+o+ iIfYou Are Looking For I iBargains I IYou must Not Pass This Store I i iAnice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Cloves o etc at Bargain Prices Workf1 Collars Ties ele o Also some Extra values in Z 1SUlts o o 0 o We sell Groceries Tinware and Queenswarc and- o pay top prices for Produce o- M Yours for Business o es Cash Store t t 1I 1- t Berea Ky i i o o+oi o+o+o+o+o i o+o+o+o+o w+oI od o+o w+wlo+o+o+o+o Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heate r IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in busyhousewife orChristmasneat as any heater made It is aIrtight beingIIndbottomsrepairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA WANTED A good woman to workA la a small family Good wages board and loqtnctt fine placo for the right woman Address Box 551 Richmond ly IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made L A DAVIS MDIIOFFICE AT iPHONES CENTER ST s R f- Y C ff 1 11 MYSTERY OF A SAFE WHEREABOUTS OF STANDARD OIL ROOKS NEARLY FOUND SCENT GROWING WARM Oy Them Kellogg Hopes to Provo Combine Didnt Dissolve Disap peared Without Secretary Seeing Contents Now York Evidence of tho oxlstonco recently of a mysterious steel sate In tho Standard Oil com imnys offices brought out In tho gov ornmonta suit Friday indicated that Attorney Frank 11 Kellogg was close on the trail of the books of the Stand ard 011 trustees and liquidating true tees When the hearing was concluded Air Kellogg said that ho was closer to tho book from which ho hopes to prove that the oil combine novtr un derwent n total dissolution than ho had beon at any time since tho gov etnmeutdacUan was commenced Assistant Secretary Doesnt Know Charln White tho assistant acre wry of the Standard Oil company of Now Jersey said on the witness stand Friday that when ho went to tho see retarjrv offleo to nsumo his now duo ties there wore two steel safe In tho office Ono of them contained tho books and records of the Standard company what was In the other safe Tw did net know Mr White said that no one told him tho nature of tho con tents of the second safe which was removed two weeks after ho had been thoro From whom tbo order como or whore It was taken to tho witness said ho ootitd not answer Mr White sold that ho had ncvot seen the records of tho Standard Oil trustcos or the liquidating trustees showing tho various transfers of stock In the trust liquidating period lie had hunted for the records recently but was unable to flnd them STEAMER TRAIN IN COLLISION French Special Carrying Americans WreckedAll Escape Death PulaThe rear coach of the sea- sad ttctlan of the special train carry ing 1M flmcta passengers from Paris to Cherbourg to embark on the Whit Star MM steamer Adriatic for New York was teleaeoped Wednes day by Urt regular Rowan express at bejoaO Nantes Strangely no one was killed and accord Hg to the latest AHthMtte Information so one was atrkHMtjr Injured All tIM iKMOMfers In the last ceaeh hawser wore badly shaken up and seven or efelit wore Injured A man msUtaed a fractured leg and II wo maR It to teased suffered Internal In- Juries All the Injured American DOS omrrs with the exception of one l continued on their way to Cher bourg ANTWERP STRIKE IS ENDED Great Victory for the Federation of Ship Owners Astwerjk Tho strike of tho dock laborer of this oily which has been solng on ttnee last June came to an end Tuesday afternoon with a sweeping victory for the Federation of Ship Own orft At a meeting of tho strike leaden It was decided that tho men should return to work unconditional ly at the terms of the employers The men have been astonished and overawed by tho solidarity of tho federation and there will not bo an other stock laborers strike In Ant wore for many years to come The rower of tho strike organizers has been completely broken This strike has brought about a coalition among the ship owners of tho world for mu tual protection which in the future will mako a shipping strike an extremely hazardous undertaking CHEAP DISTURBERS IN CUBA Parra and Others of His Gang Put Under Arrest f Washington Official word of thq arrests of conspirators In Havana reached the war department Thursday la tho following cablegram addressed t by Gov Magoon to Acting Secretary OliverInformation moro specific and certain than heretofore received was so cured late Wednesday night that Jlaso Parr angered by failure to j bring about an uprising threatened to 1dnamllo some building In Havana and then escape Tho local pollco ar routed him and two of his gang named tara Mlret and DucassI and they are I 1nowIn jail I Heldtr pi sneer of Hampshire III ton mlten northeast of Elgin was the victim of A pitiful murder tragedy Wednesday New Boxer Outbreak Shanghai An outbreak oiDoxor Ism has occurred at Nankangslcn In tho southern part of the province ot Ktangul An Italian priest and a num her of converts have boon murdered at tho vlllago of Tnwoull Actress Found Dead In Bed Washington Mrs Marguerite how cr the leading lady In tho Broadway After Dark company playing at a local theater was found dead In bed 1tR at a hotel Friday liar husband lives- at Mineral City O I tiI t MAY EXTEND WIRE STRIKE GOTHAM LOCAL WANTS LEASED WIRE MEN CALLED OUT Await Sanction of National Officers and Ask Them to Take Action Throughout Now YorkThe New York local of the Commercial Telegraphers union voted Wednesday night to call out all loosed wire operators employed by tho press and brokers offices In this city It such action shall bo sanc tioned by tho national officers Ac tion by tho national officers will bo awaited boforo anything further is done It was voted also to ask tho national officers to Issue a call for tho brokers and prose telegraphers throughout tho country to quit work Tho demand upon the men who are now working under contract Is mado In the Inter cats of those who have struck against thp Western Union and Postal Tele graph companies Tho decision to call upon tho prosy and broker operators to brook their Individual contracts and go out In a sympathetic strike was reached after a heated debate which ooouplod sev oral hours of a meeting of this Now York local No 1C On tho final vote It was declared that the strikers wore praotltally unanimous Daniel I Russell chairman of the strike committee who until Wednes day had opposed the movement for a sympathetic strike made a vigorous speech In which ho reversed his posy tion and declared that expediency demanded such a war moasuro as was proposedAn Introduced by John n McCloskoy of tho Hearst News Service exempting from tho strike operators of leased wires who wore bound by n union contract with their employers signed six months previous to the strike of tho commercial men was defeated amid much cheering and tho original resolution passed with little opposition After tho meeting Chairman thus soil said It the present course was not effective tho railroad operators would bo called upon to Quit work OIL REFINERY IS BURNED Plant of Sterling Company at Marl etta OM Destroyed Mnrletn O Many thousands of dollars Ios was caused Tues day by a lire that destroyed most of tho plant of tho Sterling Oil ro finery The conflagration raged for seven hours dying down only when theta was nothing more for the flames to food upon The water pumps were out of order but several lines of steam woro played Into the fire and by strenous efforts ten tanks of crude oil on n hill abovo tho works were saved as the wind was blowing In tho opposite direction Tho origin of tho Rio Is unknown but It Is supposed to have originated In a retort In which bones used in clarifying ell aro reduced to char Over 200 barrels of machine oil and 14 tanks oi rollnud oil and much finished product was destroyed Tho officials of the company refuse to give tho amount of r8 The Sterling company Is one of the independents mentioned In tho list as lAtklng agreements to soul tho entire product to tho Standard 011 company la exchange for crude oil Tho plant was modern and well equipped SAYS HIS TRIAL IS UNFAIR Rev W P Ferguson Resigns from the Nebraska Methodist Conference Lincoln NobRev Wllbort P For KiHon of University place Friday re signed from the state Methodist con bronco rather than proceed with tho church trial In which ho was being tried for unbecoming conduct with Mrs E A Cross a member of his congregation Ills counsel declared tho withdrawal took place because of the prejudiced rulings of Rev J T Roberts the minister presiding at the trial Mr Fergusons counsel asserted that tho rulnlg preventing depositions In favor of Mr Ferguson or reflecting on Mrs Cross was highly unfair Striking Car Men Violent latrobe PIIAtter cutting the trol ley wires causing tho stoppage of traffic striking employee of the West Mordant1 Street railway attacked a car In charge of Supt Schwartz early Tuesday near here nod put tho crew to flight The strikers then smashed tho car windows and destroyed the scats and furnishings Conspiracy In Cuba Havana A conspiracy to start a revolutionary movement In Cuba has been discovered Under Instructions Issued by Gov Magoon a number of suspicious persons believed to bo con nected with tho conspiracy have been shadowed for several days past It Is believed that the movement Is backed by Now York capitalists Woman Testifies Against Minister Lincoln NobTho church trial of They Wilbert P Ferguson of tho Methodist church of University place was resumed Thursday afternoon with Mrs E A Cross tho accusing witness on the stand Hor testimony was similar to that given during the preliminary Investigation alleging that she had been guilty of miscue duct with tho minister who was her board r Mrs Cross stated that she loved tho minister nail that ho had assured her that love was greater than law 1 I REWARDED CLOVER LEAF BUYS ALTON DIRECTORS VOTE TO SIGN CON TRACT FOR PURCHASE Roads Physical Condition Found Good Unification of Shonts Haw ley Properties Will Follow New York The directors of the Toledo SL Louts Western railway at a meeting hero Friday voted to sign a contract for the purchase ot tho Chicago Alton railway from tho Rock Island Interests In accordance with tho agreement that such should bo done provided tho Alton received Immunity In connection with the Standard OH rebating Investigation Attorney General Bonaparte recently announced that such Immunity would bo granted Before tho directors acted a com mittee submitted an exhaustive re port ot the physical condition of tho road which was declared to be highly satisfactory The old Chicano Alton board will probably meet during the coming week and resign In a body after which the now Interest will assume formal control It Is expected that some unification of tho socalled Sheets liawley properties namely the Toledo St Louis Western Chicago Alton Iowa Central and Minne apolis SL Louis roads will speedily followIt planned to make direct connec tlons between thn Iowa Central and Chicago Alton and the Toledo St Louis Western road thereby er fectlng a link with Minneapolis and St Louis This will give tho unified system direct lines between Detroit St Louis and Kansas City as well as direct lines between Chicago and Kansas City- RICHARD WALTON ARRESTED Alleged Murderer of Chicago Woman Caught In Springfield Springfield Ill Richard Walton tho negro charged with the murder of Mrs Lillian White Grant In Chicago by strangling her Sept 18 was ar rested Thursday morning and Is be- Ing hold awaiting orders from Chicago Walton was picked up on tho charge of vagrancy and when taken before the pollco magistrate was dismissed and ordered out of tho city Before ho had left tho station however ho was recognized from a photograph fur nished the pollco and was rearrested on suspicion Ho later admitted that ho was Walton NO THIRD TERM ROOT Secretary of State Declares Roosevelt Will Not Run Llttlo Rock Ark Ellhu Root sec rotary of state spent a short time hero Friday en route to the City of Mexico traveling In tho private car Signet attached to Iron Mountain train No6 When pressed for a political statement ho said President Roosevelt will not be a candidate of the Republican party It is true that from many sections of tho country there arc coming requests that tho president allow his name to bo presented to our next national conven tion but this will not bo the case Police Shoot Crap Players PIttsburg Pa During a raid Tues day by tho police on a crap game par ticipated In by a number of negroes tho officers opened fire on tho men when they ran and Daniel Murphy 12 years old white was fatally shut and Hays Kessler colored was shot through tho back The others cs aped President Dines Bishop of London Washington Tho first entertain ng dono by the president and Mrs Roosevelt since their return to Wash ngton was a dinner given at the White house Friday evening In honor of their houso guest Rt Rev A F AinnlngtonIngram lord bishop of ondon who arrived hero Friday Taft Reaches Yokohama Yokohama The steamer Mlnneso a with Secretary Taft and his party in board arrived hero at seven clock Saturday morning FRISCO WELCOMES SQUADRON Four Vessels from Asiatic Station Arrive In Pacific Port San Francisco The first dl vision of tho Pacific fleet tho fore guard of tho American navy which Is to assemble In Pacific coast waters Thursday or Friday steamed through the Golden Gate at sunrise Friday morning Tho four armored cruisers passed the Heads In file formation led by the flagship West Virginia flying at her masthead the two starred flag of the commander of tho fleet Rear Admiral James II Dayton Five hundred yards to the tear came the Colorado fol lowed at n like distance by the Mary land and that by tho Pennsylvania Tho arrival ot tho four big sister ships marked tho end of a 36000 mile cruise which began at Newport R I last September GETS AFTER OMAHA PACKERS Nebraska Food Commissioner Starts Out to Enforce the Law Lincoln Neb Food commission er Johnson Is beginning a cam plain against tho packing houses which are offending against tho pure food law Packages of meat must hereafter have the net weight stamped upon them To start his campaign for packages of honest weight Johnson Wednesday ordered the county attorney of Doug las county to Institute proceedings against the South Omaha packing houses It Is found that packages of bacon and ham are wrapped with pa per and cloth until five or six per cant of tho stamped weight Is thus accounted for The order Is that all Nebraska packers must comply with tho law It outside packers do not the retailers handling the goods will bo held responsible AMASA CAMPBELL GUILTY Jury However Asks Clemency for Slayer of Dr Harris Chicago A verdict of man slaughter with a recommendation to tho state board of pardons for extreme clemency was given by a fury in Judge Wlndcs court Tuesday even- Ing against Amasa C Campbell the lumber dealer of Antlgo Wis who shot and mortally wounded Dr Ben jamin S Harris last December In the Stock Exchange building Campbell suspected Harris of Improper rela tions with tho formers wife Attached to the verdict was a peti tion to tho state pardon board signed by every member of the jury recom mending that Campbell be confined in the penitentiary not to exceed tho minimum term prescribed by law This Is ono year- President In Capital Again Washington President Roosevelt arrived here from his summer vaca tion at Oyster Bay at 557 p m Wednesday A large crowd was at the Pennsylvania station to greet him Postmaster General Meyer Secretary Straus Assistant Secretary Murray of tho department of dom merco aid labor and a number of other federal officials met the presl dent at his car and accompanied him to his carriage In Sixth street where It was surrounded with peoplo who cheered lustily Grand Duke of Baden Dying Constance Grand Duchy of Baden Grand Duke Frederick who has been suffering from Intestinal Inflam mation for a week or more la rap- Idly growing worso and la not expect ed to survive long ExJudge Morse Stricken In Court Ionia Mich ExJudge Allen B Morse former Justice of tho Michigan supremo court was stricken with apoplexy while on tho witness stand in court It Is believed that tho stroke will provo fatal Mr Morso Is 69 years old 200 Railway Clerks Strike Toledo OTwo hundred railway clerks representing six roads struck Friday demanding a working agree ment with the roads More than that many remained at their desks J I ROUNDABOUT THE STATE JJI JIISectionsL VERDICT OF 25000 Awarded Clnclnnatlan Who Sued Ken tucklan For Alienating Wifes Love Frankfort KyIn United States federal court a Jury awarded Judgment for the full amount sued for In tho 25000 damage suit of Clarenco Thorn as of Cincinnati against W4111am L Graddy of Woodford county thts state for alienation of tho affections of plain tiffs wife- Graddy did not personally appear Jn court and his attorneys offered no witnesses for their side Quito a number ot sensational lot ters alleged to have boon WrlUen by Graddy to tho woman were read to the JuryGraddy left his home In Juno last following the filing of the suit He went to Wyoming but Is now said to bo at Nashville Tenn Ho is a wellknown stockman of the blue grass region end a noted fox hunter MUTUAL LIFES APPEAL OPPOSED Kentucky States Attorney Claims Companys License Has Expired Frankfort KyIn the Kentucky court of appeals States Attorney Gen eral Hays filed a motion requesting that the court dismiss tho appeal of tho Mutual Lifo Insurance Co of Now York taken from a lower court where Judgment was given sustaining Insur ance Commissioner Henry R Prewitt who revoked its license to do business In the state The motion Is based on tho statement that the annual license tamed to the company to do business In Ken tucky has expired The attorney for the company filed a certificate stating that a proper 11 censo had been Issued to Its agents In Kentucky and lie maintains that an additional license Is not required by Kentucky laws In Search of Missing Wife Louisville Ky John D Ethington a farmer residing near Frankfort Ky arrived hero In search ot his young wife Llzzlo Bthlngton who left theme several days ago without tolling her husband and three little children good by Ethington said ho learned from trainmen that his wife camo to this city but a thorough search by the police failed to reveal her whereabouts Ethlngton will continue tho search Mrs Ethlngton Is described as a beau tiful brunette aged 24 years Twas Polite or Ed Shelbyvllle KyBy sawing out three bars of Ills cell Edward Carter of Heronvllle 0 accused of having stolen a horse from J K Morris of that olty escaped from the county Jail hero by night and remains at large Ho left a note thanking the Jailer and his family for their kindness and stat ing that ho would not have taken such an unexpected departure If his finan cial circumstances Lad permitted hIm to stand trial Auto Plunged Into River Louisville KyDr Slmrall Ander son while spinning In his automobile near West Point hit the treacherous embankment dose to thQ edge of tho Ohio river and It gave way As the machine toppled Into tho river 20 toot below he grabbed tho limb of a tree en tho bank and managed to hold on until assistance reachod him a tow minutes later Former Sheriff Callahan Surrenders Jackson Ky Former Sheriff Ed Callahan surrendered to Sheriff Craw ford on a warrant charging him with complicity In tho murder of Dr D B Cox three years ago The warrant was sworn out by Roger Callahan a brother of the former sheriff and un til a few weeks ago his partner In busl ness Callahan was released on a UO 000 bond Shot Himself Lexington Ky While standing In tho saloon of his brother Bon Stone at Georgetown John Stone a mechanical engineer shot himself between the third and fourth ribs and Jho bullet made an exit through tho armpit No cause for the act Is assigned He will recover Asphyxiated In a Hotel Lexington KyJohn Leavlt and then Marcee aged 25 and 24 respec tively of Oarrard county were as phyxlfitod In a hotel at Hamilton O It Is believed death was accidental The families of tho young men have sent for their bodies Fatally Injured Lexington KYWhile on her way to catch a train to go to the bedsldo at her dying sister Mrs B F Holbrook ot Owen county was thrown from the buggy by a runaway horse and fatally Injured Daughter of Gen Lee Weds Ellzabothtown KyiLIeut J C Montgomery of the Seventh United States cavalry a son of Attorney Jas Montgomery of this city and Miss Virginia Lee of Alexandria Va a daughter of the late FitzhUgh Lee were married In the latter city Bradley Is Removed Louisville KyDr Samuel A Brad ley city live stock and meat inspector who has been hold for trial for alleged taking of bribes wan removed from once by tho city council pending result of trial I EIGHT INJURED IN FIRE Factory Girls In Panic as Building Burns Loss 50000 Louisville Ky Eight persons were Injured la a fire hero which damaged the establishments of tho McElroy Shannon Bed Spring Co the Mayer Shirt Manufacturing Co the Parla laundry and D W Holmes livery sta ble to the extent ot = 50000 The Injured are Miss Effie South wlrth Robert Funk Elmore Hprnback Leslie Baird Fire Cat Harry Bund schu George Hcmmelman of tho sal vage corps Edward Bossemeler and William Jansen Thero were 150 girls employed lathe Mayer shirt factory and In the panic which ensued Miss Southwlrth was Injured and many had narrow es capesThe president of the McElroyShan non Co lives at Carthage Mo l DOCTOR TAKES OWN LIFE Wife Hearing Shots Reaches Room as Husband Falls Dead Louisville KyDr Peyton Ran dolph Henderson a prominent physl olan and member of an old Kentucky family committed suicide by shooting himself twice through tho ihoad The deed was committed In Dr Hen dersons room at his homo and his wife attracted by the shots opened the door Just In time to catch her bus bands body in her cruises It fell Dr Henderson left no message as to his motive and his family and friends are unable to furnish any theory as to why be should end his life To Invade Feud Districts ilarrodaburg KyTLe feud districts of Eastern Kentucky are to be invadt e ed by missionaries from the Baptist church of this city Rev O F Jock son will have charge of tho station nA p Louisa Lawrence county Tho rats slonarles will work from that station In Floyd Letchor Harlan and other counties where tho feudists aro eontstantly at war with one another Ef forts are being made to get other Bap tist churches In tho state to old tho work Trains Collide Engineer Hurt Owensboro KyJohn Crossgrove an engineer on a Louisville Nashville freight train on tho Memphis line was burned so badly In a wreck at Cave Springs that It was necessary to amputate his arm Conductor Stephens was slightly injured The fail ure of alrbrakes to work Is said to have caused the accident Both loco 1 motives wero demolished and eight cars were telescoped Attorney Cantrlll Quietly Married Cincinnati Shallo T Cantrlll prom meat Georgetown Ky attorney who has figured In legal battles growing out ot the famous Kentucky feuds was quietly married to Miss Josephine floe sen at her homo 120 Garflold placo Squire Smedes performed the ceremony The couple will go to Georgetown to live after a honeymoon trip to the east Night Riders Again Petersburg KyNlght riders at Gasburg a suburb chopped the shut tors of a schoolhouse Into kindling wood cut down yards of fencing own ed by Henry Tenill letting cattle In to his crops and destroyed mall boxes o Bitter feeling over tho opening graded cause school is said to have been thoIThreatened With Water Famine 0 Lexington Ky Owing to the drouth Lexington Is In tho throes ot a water famine especially the residents living In that portion ot the city aninexed last spring Tho water j parry has not put down tho pipes and many ot tho residents delayed In build Ing cisterns and are now competed to carry water a mllo and a half Killed the Burglar Augusta KychArles Cline was killed near hove by Romlo Wotebrodt Weisbrodta father runs a store and has been missing articles Young Welabrodt has been sleeping In the store to catch tho burglar Cllno en tered the tore and struck a match Tho noise and light awakened Wels brodt who tired Mans Body Is Cut In Half Hopklnsvllle Ky Thomas Voach aged 60 was driving across the L N railroad tracks when a switch en glne struck tho vehicle throwing him out and passing over this body cutting i It In two Death was Instantaneous Blew Off His Paris Ky Samuel HeadInent farmer health placed a stick of dynamite IIIIhis mouth at his home near son this county Ignited the explosive and blew his head into fragmentsIHer Grief Columbia KyLcl3 committed suicide by shooting herself In the head at hot home near 4 Gradys Dam She was the wife ot Wm Jones sent to prison for the mur der of Thomas Dudloy her father De spondency was tho cause Minimum Salary 8800 Bardaown KyAt a meeting of the members ot the Louisville Presbytery hero 4t was unanimously recommended that tho minimum salary for Pros byterian ministers in this state be fixed at800 4r t coeoeeeloiototaettofafooosoeoeooooootoioottueoe I East Kentucky Correspondence f News You Get Nowhere Else o j Ne c mip iteic puMJifcei tiltu iii 4 IB ten ky tee writer Tin same p o It ut vet MbUcctioi tit ai u iviiiic N good faith write pUlily 0 woooooooouuuuww SECOND OPENING FALL TERM October 9thIStudents can enter at any time but those who present themselves ion Oct 9 can get a 10 weeks tern before the Christmas Vacation am important advantages of various kinds cot for the 10 weeks 208- iInitnllinrnt Finn I Flat day 1238 Including 9100 depoult October 301971an-dthe ilrpoult dollar back when Jon leave LAUREL COUNTY LOMUON Sept 25Mr and Mrs Kimball Adams of Deaver Dam are here on a visit to Mrs Adams parents Mr and Mrs F P Elliott Miss Katherine Jackson left Monday for South Hadley Mass where she will teach at Mt Holyoke University Mrs G O Brock former ly Miss Nannie Baker Is here on a visit to her father Mr D It Brock The Hon Seth GJ Wells and wife of Erie Kansas have been visiting Con gressman D C Edwards and wife Mr nnd Mrs Theo Gregory of Cln clnnatl Ohio were guests of Mrs A J Howard during the weekWV McCluro and family after a short visit to Mr and Mrs Robert Boyd returned Monday to their home at Pino Knot Mrs S Sallwansky returned last Sat urday from an extended visit to rola tlves in Boston Mass Miss Irma Dunn of Chicago 111 has been the guest of Miss Sallle Harkloroad for the past weakMr and Mrs J T Blair of Corbin wore vUltlng at the homo of Mr and Mrs W H Browr last Sunday Mrs It M Jackson and her neiea Miss Clara RweJI have returned from a weeks vlalt to Capt William Jeaaup and family at Clev a OhioMr and Mra Shade McLanum of Wilton Knox County wore vlilUnf Mrs McLamoroB paroata Mr nut Mrs F P Klllottr Sunday Mra J C Hlnehart and her children have re turned from a weeks visit to Mrs Rlnoharts mother Mrs M E Fret of Crab Orchard Mrs L J William was In Loulavllle last week to join her daughter Mrs J M JlcTeer whi Is visiting friends there Mlaa De Campbell will accompany a party to Cumberland Fall tho last of the week Miss Llllle flitter left Wedne doy fo Springfield Ill whwe she will visit her brothers and sisters MiSHAS Sept 30 Farmers around here an making their molasses early this tall for fear of frost The fair was attended by several of the Whltts Fln leys nnd Hendrlcks John D Hampton also attended the fair Saturday and reports a good timeS B Shell who has been visiting his parents at Hyden Leslie County returned home t Sunday Willie Sherman was calllnj on his best girl Dotty Hendrick Sun day Lllllo Lewis who has been 111 with the fever for some time Is Im proving There was singing at Sandy Valley Sunday A good class was on handMr and Mrs Hendrlcks will leave for Leslie County Thursday Wo are having fine weather to save t our fodder and we are saving It too H J Bledsoe has gone to Leslie County to work for a year he says McCoy Shell has gone to Virginia to work Some of our boys are talking oC going west MeWHOUTKll Sept 30Some surveyors have been locating a line from the mouth of Llt tle Raccoon to a corner on Mr Benges farm In Clay County last weekAll the sick of this place are rapidly fm- provingThere will bo preaching at the Disciples church the second Satur day and Sunday in OctoberThere- was a large crowd out to see the boys play baseball Saturday evening It seems that winter Is now at handA M Holmes has gone to London He will bo there this week Messrs Van Winkle pf Berca and Hopkins of Louisville were hero Sat urday In the interest of the Bible school Friday afternoon George Griffin of Greenmount brought his school over to visit J B Johnsons school at Oak Grove A Spelling bee was engaged in tho schools spelling by grades The score stood 3 to 2 Johnson not having a I grade made it stand 4 points t02 in favor of Mr GriffinROCKCASTLE COUNTY IIOOM Sept 30Mr and Mrs John Lea vett of Henry County are visiting relatives at this place Mrs Mary Wren is much better George Lamb of Dreyfus visited relatives hero Sat urday and SundayJ M Lambert and wife visited Mr and Mrs Tom Wren Sunday Doe Leavitt Is improv- Ing after a few days illness Albert Minton of Duluth Ky visited his grandparents of this place Saturday Miss Nora E Coylo is on the sick list Mrs Annie Hamblln returned p VVVWVWWWVVVVI Ing at WlldleA D Leavitt vlsltet home folks here Saturday and Sun dayMlss Nettle Oldham of Rich mond Ky visited her aunt Mn Dave Martin Friday Rev J M Lambert Is out again after two week illness Sunday school nnd singing also were held at Falrvlew churn SundayMarlon Smith was in Bore Friday on business Tom Wren went to Berea Saturday CONWAY Sept 24Mr and Mrs H E Bui len visited Mr and Mrs James Gulnt SundayThe protracted meeting a Scaffold Cane conducted by RovE F P Bryant and T M Smith closes Sunday night with eighteen addition to the church Married on Friday Sept 20th Mr Frank Peters and Mla Elsie ChasteenT M Ogg and tam lly of Berea visited J W Todd Sun dayMr J 0 Scoggin attended tho singing at Green Hill Monday night Mr Joe Bullen who has been attend- Ing school at Berca visited horaefolkt near Wlldle Saturday and Sunday Mrs Bessie Beatty of Balleys Switch who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm McCollom return ed home Monday Mrs J C Gulnt who has been sick for somo time 1s Improving Miss Reccle Todd visited Miss Stella Gadd Sunday Mlssot Lllllo Scoggin and Mae Slgmoro visited friends near hero Monday OAULX Oct ITho farmers are foddering and making sorghum Uncks Dill Brummott and little granddaughter visited F M Ponders MondaySr Howard Is attending court at Mt Ver nonW H Ponder John Reese Dar Ponder and Bob Bullock attended the Junior Picnic at Pine 11111 Saturday and report a very nice time Rev D Parker filled his regular appointment at Corinth Saturday and Sunday John Reese Dan and Den Ponder at tended church at Pleaaant Run Sun dsyJ C Bullock waa in Mt Verms taut week Bverjrbody seems to b Interested In the Red Hill Literary So oiety The attendance ie large add ua pldly growing Mita Llda Bullocl vteUad Mtac Mary A Mulllna Sunday n1eb Mullins bee tone to Clneln aatl to accept a poelUon with the L 8 N R R CoAlex Allen and see of Cookaburg were in this viclult Friday W H Ponder went to Eat Bornstadt Tuesday The infant chip of John Durham was burled at Ret lUll daycleveland Allen ha the fever Rev W J Aloorn oC Goochland visited Rev Parker Friday night Mrs Tandy Reese visited hei daughter Mrs Rout Casteol at Cooks burg Monday ESTILL COUNTY WAGEKSVILIK Sept 28We are having some very cool weather now and it wlllsoon be time for Jack Frost to make us- a visit Mrs Coleman Morford ol Richmond is expected here Monday to visit friends and relatives A num ber of people attended the I O 0 F rally at Drip Rock Saturday Jas E Broaddus was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers Friday night Quite a number of young folks attended church at Sand 11111 last Sunday Including Mr and Mrs A S A Wilson Misses Annie and Sophia Wilson Ella and Maude Park and Katharine Wagers and Messrs Hume Wagers John Wilson and Vernon Scrivner Miss Kate Wagers was the guest of Mrs J A Scrivno- rWednesdayHume Waiters left Wednesday for a visit to Mammoth Cave its mother and sister Nettle joined him in Rlchmond onah Wagers was among friends here a few days last weekMr and Mrs Jas Sparks attended the association on Indian Creek this weekJ Kldwell was In Umlsvlllo the first of the week buy- Ing broodsA C Wilson tho salesman tor Kellogg 8 Co passed through here Wednesday and stayed overnight at J M Edwnrds- GARRARD COUNTY VTAIXACKTON Sept 29S W Wylle sold to Mr McCoy of Klrksvillo a nice mule for 1525011 H KIdd Is building a new welling on his farm Tom Hill has also bought land and is building anew dwelling Grover Elder nnd Ka tlo Wylle of Vlllagrove 111 are vis ting friends and relatives at this placoMrs Lizzie Baugh of Missouri Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S W Vylloo E Brockman and am lly of this place were the guests of- his mother and brother of Big JIm last Saturday night Mr and Mrs O- L Gabbard were guests of Mrs Gab ards parents Mr and Mrs C C llanton last Sunday at Bcrea Misses Pearl and Mary Brockman were vIs- Itors of their grandfather Saturday nlghtMlsses Oracle and Dora Gentry were the guests of their uncle R H I open SaturdayDen Coins of Illinois I To Educate Your ChildrenI This ceiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for veryreasonable prices Address- T J OSBORNE Berca Ky has returned to Wallaceton his forme home JACKSON COUNTY- 0000IILANR Sept 28Miss Nellie Cates nm Charles McGuire woro married on Thursday lastWlloy Coffey has sol his corn crop to Dr James and his son Jack for 426 Mr Coffey U soil Ing out his property In this country He is thinking of going to Tennessee Henry McGulro had a porch patch Ing Saturday last and the youngeten had a fine time at the dance the sam night Mr McGulro is helping Judg J Lunsford build a stack chimney at his new house on the J Wlsoa tarn at Sycamore this week Mlas Btol Phillips gave a bean stringing Tueada night last All had n fine UmJ- K Morris and his daughter Pearl an attending the aaaociaUon this week Mr Morris la a hustling tradesman- Mr McOvtre baa tented the Abe Phil llpa farm for next year Martha How ard and her eon James and her seal baby are visiting Mr Wyley Coffo and familyMisses Linda and NeW Ballard and their brother and LeonaK Martin and MUa Ellen laaaea an her two brothers visited Mr Gathei Phlllbecha Thursday night teat The had a fine time roxrowv Sept AWe are having sow ver dry weather now and fmnnera are busy taking care of their fodder Several from thla place attended the county court last Monday 8 H Fo has returned from Hamilton 0 when he boa been working for the C C Paper Company All were glad to see himE P Maker and his wife vie Ited Wm Lakes last Sunday Sever al from this place Attended the MMO elation at Dreyfus Madison County IAUIIOT Sept 38 Fodder cutting and tli making are keeping the farmer hen busySohool Is progreavlng nicely with Oscar Cornelius OB teacher J H Hundley our merchant has been on tho sick list but la up agnlllPheo Nichol entertained a largo crowd wltl a cane stripping Tuesday nlslit Lit tie Herbert Cunaglm has been very 111 but is somewhat better MM Laura Spcnces school will visit Oscar Cor nelius school some Friday in October There is a debate at Letter Box ev ery Saturday night and a prayer meet Ing there every Wednesday night ROBIN IT Sept 24John Mullihs and Frank Rose made a trade last week In which Mulllns gave a calf and a pig for Roses muleCam Sexton and Mrs Katie Glpson visited Epp Sexton n relative last Sunday Harrison Bowk has recently made his headquarters- at Charley W M Carpenter Is doing- a good business in this territory IInULY Sept 28 We are having some pleasant weather here Most of tho farmers are very busytaklnp carpof their fodderUnclo Solomon Tay lIar of near Berea Is visiting his sis er Mrs Louisa Gabbard at Hurley this week Quito a rowd from this place attended the big speaking at McKee Thursday Mrs Palestine Gab bard who was reported so sick last week Is slowly Improving MIsa Em ma Isaacs of near Egypt visited horI later Mra Klzzlo Hurley last week and attended the association McCollum Ireek George and Amos who have been at Hamilton Ol for omo time returned home Monday The death angel stole Into tho home jf Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard on tho 21st and took from them their beloved daughter Vlrglo She w slsick only two days and nights She was a sweet child loved and admired by al who knew her t Those lips so sweet to kissiAre closed forever now j Those sparkling eyes that shown so bright Beneath that pearly brow That little heart that beat so high Free from all care and gloom Ire hidden now from those she loved Beneath tho silent tomb INOUR OWN STATI Methodists Considering a Union In dustrial Building Planned for Wet leyan College At tho conference lu Loulsvlllo Qt tho Kentucky Northern Method Church stops were taken looking toward tho consolidation of that borne of tho church with tho Louisville Con ferenco of tho Methodist KpkeojM Church South A communication tlOHt tho latter church suggesting union wa received and seemed to be approve Tho methods introduced Into the state by Berea the ftrat tintdaw ia duitrlal school In Keutscky are spreading and It Is now planned to erect an Industrial building at tbe Kentucky Wealeyan whoa at Win cheater and to have the students do raoet of the work on the building Dr Samuel A Bradley City ltfe Stock Inspector of IxiuUvllle wa removed from office by the hoard of Aldermen of the ettjr on the gruum of malfeaaanoa In office His plan has not yet been tilled and he will appeal from the decision The big shortage in wheat In tblll and other States this year haa result ed in a sharp rise In the price of grab during the lest few weeks and it wee up ao suddenly late last week In thlll tate that it paaaed a dollar mark b fore the traders reunited what IUIt happened The price of flour w Z up with It and 1s expected to go cr higher soon George W Lleberth Internal Ii eons Collector for the Sixth KentUk dlatrlet was found dead In btd at bI home in Newport yesterday Dca + was due to Bright disease and cite r complications It Is not generally known that postmasters and their clerks are not com polled to make change for you whet you make a purchase at Untie sash II office This IB a queer rule that not one In a doion persons know Buyer of stamps or any other purchases nt a poatotflco must furnish their owi change i e the postmaster cOuli Insist on the buyer furnishing hili own change if he saw fit to do it but usually the postmaster is goot enough to get rid of tho chicken feed and he Is always ready ant willing to accommodate the public by making tho change If a man or wo man wishes to buy fifty cents wortl of stamps and has but a silver dollar he or she would be compelled to buy a dollars worth of stamps or go ant get tho dollar changed or do without the stamps If the postmaster was stubborn and refused to make change This is tho law and a queer ono And postmasters aro not compelled to take more than twentyfive pennies at a time It they dont want them ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster y RIPEN CITIZENS BANK 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