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Q oNtltMeH 11S BEREA PUILISI1IM U- g ItNCauPOA1n1- o STANLEY FROST Mssager o NferedalIMlat fuofanLyueead otlounaUmatttr eoeoeoeooeeeoeoeeoeoc Devoted Interests Mountein People r Vol IX Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OOTOBER 10 1007 One Dollar year No 17 I I NEWS OF THE WEEK WITH THE CAHDIOATES Missouri Pacific Railroad Found Guilty President Speaks at CaIro III In reversing the decision ot tho Boyle Circuit Court fining the Cluclr natl Now Orleans and Texan Pacific Railway Company for transporting liquor Into local option territory the Court ot Appeals hold that It was not within tho province of the State to regulate or control Intorstato oom coerce tho liquor In question haying been shipped from Cincinnati The court adds that tho fact that the liquor In question was brought from Kentucky to Cincinnati by tho con signor tho Covington Brewery Company and thoro shipped to tho con Blguco In Kentucky did not la anywise change tho legal complexion vf tho transaction from ono of Icgltlnmt Interstate commons It was immi tcrlal whether tho common carrier know or did not know that the commodity was liquor or that Boyle oout ty was local option territory 0 ctng under orders issued by Sec cry of tho Navy Motealf ovary of tort will bd made at League Island tu place tho four battleships there In condition to accompany the North At lantlc squadron which is to make tho 13000mlIo journey around Caps Mora to Iugot Sound on the Pacific toast Tho Western Union and Postal To cgraph Companies were ordered by Justice Ford of tho Now York Supreme Court to show cause on Friday why State Attorney General Joekaon should not be permitted to sue them n for forfeitures of their charters on tho ground that they have formed a combination to increase teJegrep tolls Tho probability that a new awl not Wed quarantine against troptcml coon tries will be maintained perpetually I Now Orleans Imrtent of a quarautti in summer months Mil as heretofore was announced by Surgeon J II White of the United States Maria Hospital Service Elaborate preparations are beang made at the Navy Department for foal supplies fur the vessels of Admiral EtauV iatrJeshlp nest on iU trip to the Pacific oPublication if Government report ofta bale In let price of ounce opt lulu of tar settee months oo the New York cviiAiire Icy direction of the President Wlt Hum 1 Duvall was appointed to 1 Sluj r General In the army mw Miijur OtD Wm McCank y ihe proa cnt comraanarr of the D parun nt II the Dakota True bills were returned In fur nmre of state Capitol prosecutions by the Dauphin county grand Jury at ItarrisburgrPa The divorce eecurea1 by Anna Gould is now absolute the tine Unit for an appeal by Count Root de Ca tellan having expired The Misaouri Pacific Railroad was frond Kullty In the Federal Court at unuilia of violating lbe safety appliance laws- Presldint Roosevelt yentepay poke to several thousand people at Cairo and contlnuud on his Journey to 7phksFor long limn on many of the rond lu the West oil has bwn need for laying tbe dust the fluid belts distributed over tbe surface by menu of a sprinkler Hut the Santa Mon Ira system taking IU name from tho place where It originated is an Improvement on tile old method First the road Is plowed to the depth of about six Inches and tho clods pre broken up with a harrow after which tho road Is properly surfaced with a road tnnchlno Then asphaUlc oil it sprinkled on about a gallon to tho square yard and tho earth and oil are thoroughly mixed by cultivator A rollertamper In then put to work a largo roller being used from the cir cumference of which project tamping points which sink Into tho loosened earth compacting It from tho bottom upwurd Tho process of oiling and tamping IB repented until about three gallons of oil to tho square yard have been used an Inferior sort of asphalt being made of tho mixture of earth and oil and then tho road is smoothed down With a roller In India In order to secure a com pact soil for reservoir embankments Instead of using a rollertamper such as abovo described flocks of goats are driven back and forth over the earth I THE CITIZENto the of the Dr Den L Brunor Spoko at Tom klnsvllle Senator McCreary not a Candidate for Vice President Dr Bon L Bruner spoke to 3000 I peoplo In tho Courthouse yard at Tomklnsvlllc Ky last 1Vedneeday Ho spoko nearly three hours and hold his audlonco spellbound and they continued to call for him to go on li Drummer was mot by tOO horsemen and 200 school children In carriages In uniform hooded by a brass band two miles north of town Tho procession loaded by horsemen carrying a largo nag made a magnificent appearance as they drove along the different streets of the town Mrs Uolmnnur daughter of W S Taylor headed the procession of tho uniformed schoolgirls and In a groat measure tho sue coos of tho parade IB duo to heroffort Dr Bruneis speech Is considered the longest political effort made In Mon roe County and will result in much Rood to tho party Dr Bruner kept his audience deeply Interested by Ids torrlfto arraignment of tho machine Interspersing now and then with humor and graphic deserlp dons of Bockhara linger Oos post tlon on the temperance question Ills picture of linger platform with tho temperance plank loft out nnd Hager attempt to cover the opening with the IJfO brewers check was amusing In tho extreme I tiT Bruneis comparison of the Brat j toy administration with eight years of Beckhnm and linger was so oonvlnc Ing that oven those rockrlbbod Demo orate In old Monroe are serlousl thinking something Is rotten at the State capital lie gave thorough history of Itate finances and mad plain the school book Capitol and ott or special plans tor grafting used by the iHaelilno to sandbag the taxpaj urn Ills description of the machine wal theepea turned out at power He closed with to tile oMlln Republicrein redeeming Kentucky It Is too early al this writing to an alyse the registration returns but ant flclent Information has been received to Justify the belief that It looks like victory The Republicans hay had a Incapable organlratlonfMKttiba main tamed Its efficiency throughout the work of registration and the unprecedented showing made l y the party is proof of what can be dune Jn Louis fllte and If here elsewhere In Kentucky when the party Is united The Indication are that the people of LouHvllle are roused to a wnso of their rst nnllillliy as never before In the history of the city Whatever the outcome of the election and we have no cause to fear it we are now as sured that there will be a mighty ex ton of public opinion and that the real Voice of the tit will be bused t and recorded This In Itself Is worth lbs tight that has been lends to awaken the puMte conscience and M a guarantee of a tear election v IIt is something to know that the verilct to be rendered the night of November 6 will the Tord ct of tile whole people and not the fraudulent decision of a corrupt machine t In rpnns to many requests from the press of the State slid from many of his old friends rind admirers Sen ator McCreary says that he is not a candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for Vin President and that he will not be a candidate However he ia grateful for the compliment paid him In the Insistent use of his name in this connection Is Mr Uagor really art ignorant of what ha Is talking about when he makes his speeches as he appears to bet It Is the charitable view to take nf the exhibition ho makes of hImI solf We are Inclined to think the easy dupe of Henry JIIniTao State Auditor save the mark Is reported to have naked a question I1t Owlngsvillo on Wednesday Ho asked it In such n form as to suggest varIous dishonorable possibilities Ho wanted to know what became of 904c 000 said to havo been paid out under t Coy Taylor during tho first two j months of 1900 Ills audience would havo Interred from tho way In which the question was put that this was an unusually immense sum of money to expend In that period and that there was no gOIlOI public to I supposo so Ignorant of the matters concerning his own office that ho did not know tho answer could bo found In tho pages of his Democratic predecessors report Tho figures are THE CRIMINAL REGISTRATION LAW Last week every good voter in the towns and cities of Kentucky registered Under the law which is one of the things the Democratic ring depends on to keep it in power against the will of the people he got from the registration officer a certificate which gives him a right to vote This arrangement is made not to benefit the Democratic party but the ring which now controls it One of the most necessary laws in a free country is the pne which prevents a mans selling his vote If it were not for this law a man who once got a chance to steal frojnthe people could buy up votes with the stolen money and so keep himself in power This does not mean that the majority of men would sell their votes but that it takes a very few to decide a contest either way onlywhen the two sides are about evenly divided The Kentucky law provides a penaltyfor selling your vote but the men who passed law took pains to leave it without penalty for the selling of the registration certificate which gives anyone a right to vote This was so that the democratic ring they were the people who passed the law and they surely passed it for their own benefitcould buy up the votes of inorant people largely black without risking any punishment for it They knew what they were doing for honest men who happened to be in the senate when the law was passed told them that they were making an arrangement that would encourage the crime of vote buyingand begged them to stop it and they laughed at them They were speaking for the people that time and it was the people that the ring laughed at And the people are you and your friends and your neighbors The question now is whether the man who voted for a law to make crime easy shall profit by the crime they have encouraged or whether there are enough honest men in the stateenough men who rather lose honestly than win by theftto defeat them Some honest men get so twisted by the heat ofa political campaign that they seem to think that anything fair or foul which hurts the other side is all right Such men manage to approve the persecution of an innocent man for political purposes and suchmen wfll vote for men who have helped commit the worst of all crimes against American libertywho have helped make the name of our great state a byword But men who cnn see straight eveji in politics will see that crime is crime even when committed for their side and will know that it will do no good in the end to be known as one lid by crimmal3- and they will turji in with the men who are politically opposed to ihc present administration and drive the crime makers out of office all there but they show that Mage exaggerated the sum that was spent by more than I6000 The details of expenditure are there and Mr llase either wilfully created a false Imprej Ion by the question he asked tr known mesa than any man making Iud high claims for office ought to know But the answer to Mr HallrlI qut tltn printed In full elsewhere also shows that far from this sum Iwiug unusually large In the same mouths i f 1906 uuder Bockham there wax paid out 139SOS f8 or H8550a68 more than the sum over which the candidate for Governor professes to be to greatly concernedWe usury Ulnae sent this question to Haver mad he asked It without knowing what hb Wfs talking about lint a nan n Irresponsible ought not to be roaming around the State by himself asking silly questions and he la certainly not fit for tile highest oftlee in the State IJilr Bryan will do well In Ida Ken tacky speeches to omit all reference to Qovernraeut Ownership and to let the Initiation and Referendum severely alone The Democrat hare troubles of their own without any special im nortatlQM from Nebraska r Senator Reed Smoot of Utah one ot the apostles of the Monaan Clutch i is the latest thirdterroer Thero is lio way to gM around the fact says tho Senator tht the peo ple of Utah nro for the ttneuuuatlon tf him and his policies and If he should consent to become a candidate he would undoubtedly be given the States delegates As to Taft being a second choice I cannot say as to that Nothing has been done for Man or any othoricandldatV Former Gov JJradloy is doing yeo man scrvl o In Urn cause of seal government and for tho success of tho Republican ticket Ho Is gaining a magnificent hearing and winning sup porters wherever his splendid oto iiuonco IB hoard It may not bo generally appreciated that tho fiery old gludlator of Hopubll canIsm Is making his fight for tho bet torment of conditions In Kentucky under trying circumstances but it is true that ho Is working under dltabll tles of health that would provont a man or loss courage and loyalty to the cause from undertaking labor so arduous Coy llradleys knowlcdgo of politi cal smatter In Kentucky his close familiarity with ovary phase of the situ atlas and hit own practical experience In office fit him in a peculiar way for an able discussion of the issues Ills spt chee have been masterly contrlbu dons to the campaign Thy have not only nurcllcsaly exposed the inflates claims of Itockhain and lager for the virtues of thtr administration but they have demonstrated the fallacy Of the criticism that has been directed ugahittt his own regime His popularity is undimInIshed The name of Bradley still remains a name with which to conjure and his unqual Clad support of Mr Willson and all the Republican candidates for office fe a most VRluableaseot at this time UNVEILING QF BpONES MONUMENT Several from Berea Attended the Exercises Given at Boonesborough Last Saturday In accordance with the proclamation issued by Mayor C Ifl Woods of Richmond time nonunion t erected In honor of Daniel Boono mad those who settled at Boonesborougl uaveIleiThe i Use old fort was recently purchased by the Daughters of the Anwrioan Revolution and It was upon tills spot the monument was erected The monument Is of marble And beats the names of all the leading spirits In tile settlement at that place The site of ttj old tort Is now a cornfield surrounded on the north and east by the Kentucky river and an the south and west by gently rising hubs place admirably adapted to defense against the savage In those early days Nothing of tho old fort remains to mark Its site except the spring where tho women woro sent to get water during the memorable alsgo of tho fort by tho Indians and the ferry boat built by Daniel Boone and Rlohard Galloway An Interesting nnd Instructive pro gram was rendered consisting of band music nnd patriotic addresses by CoU onel Cnporton United States Senator McCruary and others Also thoro wore exhibited relies of the fort ads sore sugarbowl chair etc PUWderhOrnjl A largo crowd attended son and surrounding ty from IJcrca consisting of Prof and Mrs Marsh Mr and Mrs Scale Misses Chrlsman and Philips Messrs Francis Clark Kelly and Nlcklo at tended and all report a pleasant time SIN OUR OWN STATE THINGS THINK OF IJudge dS Morris to Try Caleb Pow ersRev P H Field Prohibition Candidate for Lieutenant Governor Gov Bcckham Wednesday appointed Judge J S Morris of Oldham County as special Judgo of tho Scott Circuit Court to preside In the fourth trial of Caleb Powers on the charge of conspiracy In the Gobcl murder case Judge Morris was a member of the last General Assembly and served tor years as Commonwealths Attorney ot tho OldhamSholby district Tho Indictment of Mrs Jennie Gen try in connection with the alleged at tempt of Caleb Powers to bribe con vIcts to swear that Henry E Youtsey admitted that ho killed William Goobel and exonerating Powers was a great surprise to tho friends of tho young woman who is well known and highly connected Mrs Gentry is tho tls ter of J Morgan and Joo Gentry well countythoof years Jailer of Fayette county apartmontInGentry was not willing to discuss hoi persistedInIt will bo shown that she has done employedbyat work Wednesday Her apartments arc neatly furnished and she has over appearance of being a refined and hare ShoIsCompanyInown living Sho said she had known Caleb Powers for several years and it was two years ago when she was first ask ed by him to take a message to John penltentlnryBongor and was not aware that she was doing anything wrong being will waysolewould assist him In his trial for the murder of Goobel She denied most than she took any notes in boxes of candy or that any were taken from Rogereor nllOthltlson Commonwealths Attorney Robt D Franklin Wednesday received a telegram from Caleb Powers in ubstauot I demanding an Immediate trial under the indictment for alleged subornation theIi lIe asks that a day in the present term of court be fixed and ho be notified In view of the fact that the regular term of court has expired loud that a few eases are being heard on a several days extension and further before the court and that there would that none of the parties indicted anbo no ono to summon witnesses Proso outor Franklin paid no attention to Powers telegram totnkewhon returns are made on the indict mont found Tho name of tho Rev p Ili lyteld or Paducah who has been prominent i LeagueInProhibition ticket as a candidate for Lieutenant Covornor by the State Rx ootUlvoCommlttoo of the Prohibition party Tho action Is nooeeeltaUU by tho mental breakdown ot the Rev J D Hooker of Owongboro caused by overwork In preparation for tho cam paign IA verdict for 2SOO was awarded to M Sera Jr as administrator of the estate of R E Buckner against IIIIi Thursday Buckner was c street sweeper In the employ of tho city and wed run down by ono of the com panys oars July 11 1306 and hIs in juries are alleged to have caused hIs loath Duoknor was seventytwo years old and tho administrators suit was for 10300 I McLean county voted for local 6p Iffh the majority being 1035 There t was only ouo wet precinct lu tho county and It was carried by the pro I hibitionists Wasp Prey on Flies Wasps prey on lIIesn fact which is well known In Italy On any summer or early autumn day in tho Tuscan country parts when tho luncheon table Is blackened by files ono may see a wasp sail In at tho open window so lect a fly roll It over curl it up and carry it out Into the sunshine and soon return for another e Ttiti s- e d o rfaseso + lro m eee e s iThe Citizen Is Orewlne Rap o Idly Lit Yeur nslnss c Keep Pace With it By Adver S o Using +aosrotsouo OOOOOOOP o a a n a TO emphatically a1tI111IIittomII REPUBLICAN HlGovernorAUGUSTUS E WILLSON X of Jefferson County For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX j of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT Christian County tottt FRANK P JAMES of Mercer County I For Treasurer EDWARD FARLEY ot McCracken County IfFor Secretary DEN L DRUNERt of Brecklnrldga County tFor Supt of Public Instruction J S CRABS tof Boyd County For Comr of Agriculture N C RANKIN 1 of Henry County I For Clerk Court of Appeals ADAMStt For Railroad Comr 3rd district SILERtHHM 1 1 MKI Mm tMMJ lesshoEverybody knows how everybody else ought to do things If time is money you cant accuso a lazy man of being stingy promptly IceIaverage man would rather blow his own horn than listen to a band concert The less sbmo people havo to say the mare difficult It in for them not to say lt A smoothtongued young fellow made a proposition to an elderly bud nose man saying You furnish the money and Ill furnish tbe brains The man looked him over pulled a coppor oent from his pocket and remarked Say cover that J G ORABBES CREED Oool Itulfw for OiHMl fehiiuU My Creed I believe In 11 Tho absolute redemption of the schools from politics 2 Better schools and better schoolhouses 3 A longer term for the rural schools 4 Better paid teachers 5 The total annihilation of the traffic In examination questions C A great modern University equipped manned and exploited to the highest degree of efficiency 7 Splendid Normal schools fur the thoro professional training of teach ors IS Tho very host text books for Koo tuoky Schools and at the lowest prices consistent with this standard ot qual- Ity 9 School Suffrage for womenI 10 Tho physical Intellectual moral and spiritual uplift of the schools of Kentucky to a plane as high as tho highest among Urn sisterhood ct states My Pledge To this creed I pledge my best endeavor my highest service and my honor My Record 17 years as superin tendont of the Ashland Public schools My Hopev That because of My Creed and My Pledge guaranteed by My Record you will vote for the and t l use your Influence to secure ray ehw lion as State Superintendent ot Public Instruction NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES PA OK TWO SerlnlTJ Cnttle nf Lire emprrnnre Jfiite poi TIInim- Newof llortii College lIml VAOK noun comments iirntloni for Hteliiimmirr liu lne Ihuhnnd vela llunngettYoung AVoiiirn too Drrmy LynrhhgIn VumberlntiThe Youths nelnrtmenlO Tarns and fJurilcn Hint null helps The Sunday School ton1AOK SIX rent Ilnll The School rroliloms ot the DUtrlct School by Triif Utnimorc The 1nrni Farming for the Future IAGK SliTEN General Ne- uItcrutatntNw a PAOK EIOHT- Eadem Kentucky Corrspondsnet 4 rBYM71lllRFIEiWlY f78EYltl- JPIJiJoqJ 6A6A Jpyf i CHAPTER IV The Coward As she left mo I again caught the look of wonder a resentful wonder u curiosity that was oven harsh and stern I seated myself opposite the woman I had unconsciously wronged For tho first tlmo sho looked at me and I saw with relief that neither pain nor an gush lurked In her clear eyes There was no outraged love nor tenderness Nor was there pity for herself or for me Dut even so it seemed to me pathetic that a woman should be so strongI to hear everything Begin please with your first meeting with Mr Willoughby Tell mo allto the last moment- I shall not spare either yourself or myself I promised Did you know Mr Willoughby In timately Were you at Oxford with him I think I do not remember his speaking of you She spoke slowly with a certain aloofness A desire to be just strug gled with a manifest dislikea dislike that was evidently not lessened be cause of my studied calm Perhaps she thought a fervent expression of penitence more fitting Dut Instinct 1vely I knew that an hysterical repent anco would increase her contempt for me I preferred her hatred to that And so I told my story absolutely with out feeling- I met him for the first tlmo the tight before his death I Indeed Her voice trembled with heEhHIt was not until we had both given up hope that he mentioned you Miss Brett I said with some sternness But surely his death was the result of a qulto unexpected accident The newspapers gave one that Impression she exclaimed suspiciously The words and the look accused me of falsehood The accident came only after we were both utterly exhausted by the sufferings of a night spent on the mountain paths And were the newspapers correct tn saying that you were not an experienced mountain climber And did Mr Willoughby know that Yes I am simply a tourist This is the first time I have been in Europe I came to Switzerland as thousands of others cometo see the mountains from an hotel piazza or a railway train To me as to most tourists the Alps were simply a gigantic panorama to be viewed complaisantly as one looks at Niagara Falls To climb them never occurred to mo until I met Mr WilloughbyI the usual circular tour Interlaken Scheldegg Lauter brunnen Grlndclwald Mr Willoughby happened to sit next to mo at the tablo dhote at the Bear hotel Ho was an athlete Switzerland to him was aim ply an Immense playground he spoke of the trophies he had won at Queens fields in the same breath as his ex plolts in scaling a mountain top At first I listened to him with indiffer ence his enthusiasm amused menothing more I had supposed that people climbed mountains simply for the view because on the summit one could see a little farther than If one were merely on the mountainside But as he talked I began to understand It was a gamea conflict a battle If you wishIn which one pitted ones strength and wit In a handto band fight with nature Gradually his enthusiasm aroused mine I was wearied of sightseeing the horde of tourists disgusted me Before we had finished our cigars I longed to pluck my first edelweiss to play this new game myself I hinted vaguely at dangers but my companion laughed at them I was presumptuous enough to think that where he led I might follow The usual mistake of the tourist I believe commented Miss Brett cold ly And you begged that you might go with him on his next climb At least I was willing enough to do so when he suggested that lie was planning to make the Stralegg Pass I confess that the word pass did not sound especially formidable for ho declared that guides were not at all necessary So I agreed to make tho ascent with him I did not realize that mountain climbing more than any other sport required arduous training The next morning at 11 oclock we started from Orlndclwald We were provided with the customary parapher nalia of the Alpine climber but our climb to tho Schwarzegg Club Hut at the Upper Icefall where we were to spend tho night might have been made with walking sticks instead of alpenstoclts It was for the most part a simple path over glassy slopes on the eastern side of the Lower Orradcl wald Glaciera bypath winding along the cuffs We were aroused the next morning before It was light and I was rather relieved when two guides who were waiting at the hut for a party expected that day shook their heads at the weaJmr and warned us that It would not bo sato to attempt tho pass alone My companion laughed at their fears The heavens were quite clear the stars shone faintly the moon was waning there was no htat of wind or storm Ho assured me that the pro tests of the guides was a clumsy at tempt to frighten us Into engaging their services They were waiting for us It was tho Usual trick I accepted his explanation as plausible enough I was unwilling to disappoint him now that wo had started but for the first time I felt somo misgiving- I shall not weary you with the description of our climb The ascent was steep and trying In places over Ice and rock In about four hours we reached tho Zasenberg Chalets and the Central Icefall A stilt scramble of an hour brought us to the frozen snow of a plateau Hero our path seemed to me less clear but my com panion advanced with confidence I felt tho altitude now distressingly I had qualms of mountain sickness Still I struggled after him until wo came to the base of a precipitous wall of Ice Wo had passed over the last of the glaciers we had reached the summit 1 supposed now that the worst was With Hear Everything I over But tho descent was by far the most difficult and dangerous part of our days work Every step had to be taken with extreme care We were roped of course and I annoyed Mr Willoughby by being compelled to halt repeatedly The fact is I was fright fully exhausted though struggled after him as doggedly as I could At last the descent Became less hazardous I believe that we should have arrived at Grlmscl safely had we continued our way in a direct line and with the care that had character tzed our first movements But my companion attempted more and more difficult feats of climbing As a rule I did not follow him But presently a mountain ledge obstructed our path Two courses were open to us wo could make a long but safe detour around It or we could scale It My companion decided upon tho latter course I again fastened tho rope about my waist aQ61 followed him Do you wish me to Infer that the boyish confidence of Mr Willoughby led to the tragedy Helena asked InI a passionless voice- I wish you to Infer nothing But you place tho blame at least tacitly on one who Is dead and cannot defend himself she Insisted angrily- I am sorry you should think so I am trying to give you the facts quite simplytho absolute truth- I do not wish to wrong you she said In a low voice I wish to bo just to you Mr Haddon Just when I realized that we were in danger I hardly know Or perhaps I should bo moro honest If I said that I cannot tell just when I began to foal afraid Wo had climbed cautiously and slowly around the ledge Mr Wil loughby was In the lead Suddenly as wo rounded this shoulder a flake of snow touched my check e V Clinging to the face of the rook I looked down Tho Ice slopes were turning yellow in tho cold early even- Ing light But far below they wero hidden by mists which even as we looked seemed to gather volume and to roll onward and upward threaten ing to engulf us The sky was laden As we made tho lodge a gust of wind almost swept us from our foothold The snow fell more thickly tt same It seemed from every quarter a an In stant We had made the ledge II safety but even as wo looked about us the mist enveloped us It was Impossible to see more than a few yards ahead Still wo struggled on slowly and me chanically Rocks which la ordinary circumstances would have seemed quite easy suddenly appalled us for we wero unable to see whore to put hand or foot Even to my Inexperienced eyes wo were ra a terrible predicament Wll loughby however was cheerful and confident If ho had misgivings ho kept them to himself I followed him blindlySuddenly to our complete dismay tho descent was cut ort by a precipice tho rocks on either side falling almost sheer to tho glacier beneath Further attempt was useless that night Even Willoughby acknowledged that There was nothing for It but to blvoutc for the night and trust for better luck on the morrowIt for me to describe for you tho sufferings of that terrible night We gathered such stones as we could find on the narrow mountain ledge and placed them as a protection against the biting wind We consumed the last morsel of food Wo had al ready drunk our tea Wo huddled close to each other for warmth We shivered not for moments but for 16 minutes at a tlmo Every now and then we chafed each others hands to rI to I prevent their being frostbitten But the greatest suffering was caused by our efforts to fight off the deadly numb i ness and drowsiness Did you give up aU hope then asked Helena shuddering I am sure that Willoughby did not Ills courage and heroism were unfail InDo Until the cold had exhausted us wo attempted to wile away tho hours by relating to each other Incidents of our past life It was natural that our talk should become increasingly inti mate Death stared us In the face At such an hour as that one forgets that ono is speaking to a stranger It was then that Mr Willoughby told me of youI understand said Helena in a volca that was strangely gentle For the first time there wore tears in her eyesAt half past two the snow ceased falling Tho sky cleared Tho stars shone out one by ono In a blackened sky It was now I think for tho first time I felt our utter helplessness Tho terror of tho mountains the awful loneliness the stillness the sense of utter isolation all overwhelmed me The ghostly whiteness of tho mountain peaks shone out against tho dark sky The moon shed an unearthly radiance over all Shadowy and unreal a phan tom host mountain after mountain stretched as far as one could see And our helplessness was made the more pitiable because at ou feet wo could see tht Jlghlfl of tho village The iun rose at last But I was terribly exhausted with the cold the nights lgll and fatigue Three times we attempted to resume our descent and three times my exhaustion para lyzed every effort I wish to make no excuse and yet I paused I looked at her wistfully I HW no pity or sympathy in her eye I She camo from a race of soldiers They too had suffered arc died and their honor had been stainless Why should sho make any allowance for my suffering and weakness When all li said weakness to her meant cow ardice Sho forgot as tho world had forgotten that It Is not so difficult to bo bravo when the danger IS ix famil tar ano Sho looked at mo qultu un moved The rocks I continued were COy ered with snow ami were icoglazod Willoughby was anxious now And yet it was impossible to nngcr no one would dream of looking for us on this side of tho mountain So that presently wkcu tho sun rose higher and wo were partially warm I stum bled painfully and slowly after my companionFor I followed him mechan ically In perfect silence Suddenly he came to ix pause Ho told roe very quietly that wo were lout Ho point ed as a proof of that to the overhang Ing ledge around which we had climbed tho evening before I am nearly at tho end of my stow Miss BrettAgain she shuddered and we both looked at the little beacon light flick ering very faintly now About us the pcoplo laughed and talked tho orchestra was playing a Strauss waltz Do not spare me please whis pered Helena To retrace our steps WAS Impossi ble Just around tho mountnnslJo wo knew that we should find ourselves In comparative safety But to climb down tho overhanging precipice had been appallingly difficult tho day before Now exhausted In mind and body the rocks slippery with snow aud Ice It seemed impoitlblc for mo at least And yet it is I who am alive to tell you how desperate that chance wasGenerous to the last he Insisted that I go first Tho ropo was fastened about my waist I climbed down the overhanging cliff supported by the rope held by my companion above I reached tho ledge I wds safe Out I had put forth the last of my strength I could only stand there Quilling for my breath Almost Imme diately Willoughby flung down the rope and warnod me that he was coming and that I should bo ready to give him what as sistance I could I tried to speak to implore him to delay the descent for a few moments my voice seemed a mere whisper Probably ha did not hoar me Or ho dared not delay lest ho should lose his own nerve for he must have known that the chances were wholly against him Not even for you can I linger over the dotalls of those last awful mo ments lie had almost accomplished the Impossible He was just above me I could have reached up and clasped his body And then what I had feared what I had known would happen did happen His feet slipped Ho was hanging by his arms Ho called to mo In a strong and steady volco to como to his old I did not At least until It wits too late Ha hung there one frightful In scant and thon Helena clupod her hands con vulslvelyHAnd so the end came sho murmured And be died with out ono word I hesitated It Is my right to know She looked at mo with burning oyes Yes ho spoke ono wordone And that wnsV Coward I i whispered CHAPTER V A Life for a Life A long sllouco fell between us I looked where the little boaoon light had flickered feebly a few moment before It had gono out With an ef fort I sought the face of tho girl who sat opposite mo She had Judged I knew that She looked at me as if I were a being apart of another world By my own confession I had shut myself out of her world The man who had loved her loyally had died as the strong pee plo of her race bad died That proud fact supported her For her I existed no longer Sho gathered her skirts about her She inclined her head slightly She was going out of my life She had uttered no spoken reproach But her look her every movement echoed the verdict of the man who was dead- I pushed back my chair Thank Heaven the ordeal was over that was my first thought Then I hesi tated Suddenly I longed to make this woman understand When others had pointed tho finger of scorn I had refused to be crushed because I believed their censure un- Just i MA grown almost Indifferent as to whether people despised me or not But this was tho first woman to whom I bad spoken since the tragedy Had she loved Wllloughby It would have been hopeless to expect any sym pathy from her Sho would have felt toward mo a lifelong hatred But she did not love Willoughby It was merely a sense of duty that had urged her to seek from me my story Perhaps she wished to tell It to hit bereaved parents It was to be a sort of reparation owed to the memory of tho man who had loved her She had Judged me without emotion without passion She had spokes no words of reproach or angor Slit was leaving mo In silence But 1 know that tho silence of tine womAn would haunt me as no spoktfr word of internets ever could It was a el lance thut would Irritate Hud madden with the coming years It was hopeless to mako her understated to ex poet ono word of sympathy nut at least sho should speak though It WArt- In anger I leaned toward her then was A certain pride In my humlUty tT DI CONTU TZDl MOST TERRIBLE OF DEATHS Spiders Bite Probably the Worst Known to Scientist What Is tho most terrible death In the world Tho following are n tow of the most terrible known to mortal man but as to which of those given Is the worst It would probably be hard to say One of the most agonizing deaths known Is caused by a small black spider half tho slzo of n pea It lives In Peru and South Australia but a tow specimens have roachod Europe and America In ship loads of lumber Not long ago a dock laborer while unloading n vessel In tho Victoria docks felt one upon his hand This death dealer dug its fangs deep Into the mans flesh and as soon as the poison began to work he fainted with pain Ho was dead In three days This Spiders venom scorches up tho blood vessels and spreads through all the tissues causing tho most fearful ag ony a human being can have to boar Tho worst of It Is Vbat tho victim lives nt least two days Tho spider Is generally known as tho spooky When a man who knows what the blto moans becomes the victim ho generally blows out his brains Another tearful death Is coursed by eating a grain called bhat This sometimes gets mixed with rice which It resembles The plant grows In tho far cast and a fow grains of1t will drive a poison Into a state of violent mania The victim becomes drowsy at first and afterwards hilarious thon he goes raving mad tears hlmsolf to pieces with his fingers and bites mouthfuls out of his flesh This grains found only In the remotest parts of the east but lath white men and natives aro killed by It oocnctonnllr for tho pleat grows In with the rlee amps and there II no way of telling them apart oxoept when the grain Is dried It comet out In a sort of brick red color There IB a South American ptent or vino called the kuotter which fas tens about any living thing that comes within reach twining IU king tentacles about a man as a dovtlfah might Tlteee tentative war and burn into the flesh like whitehat wires and too vicUna to dragged late tho heart of the foliage and ids life slowly drained as the mMw woks the blood of the fly Those who have strong instincts of cruelly comeUma force a dog or other aniBMri Into the grip of the ksottor to wauh the effects which are toe horrible to describe In detail Child Misunderstood When Lord Kip dMon WM In timer lea a couple ef years ago be was entertained at dinner by a family the head of which was to aooowpnny his lordship on his hunting trip through the wilds of the northwest A child of about five years named Hthel dur lag the dinner WM hlg eyed and Wg oared with wonderment In fact completely overawed by tho presence of the distinguished foreigner Ethel heard her mother and father now and then say My lord this and my lord that or Will you have Mime of this my lord or some of that the dinner being a purely Informal one Finally when the mother was Interested In the conversation of another puwt Ethel noticed that milord was gazing Inter Mtedly at a dish of rollih quite out of his roach The child thought she mw a chance to please Lord Hlphlston anti In a firm clear voice exclaimed Mama God wants some plckle San Francisco Argonaut New Yorks Highest Building How high Is m This question at onco directs thought to tho Singer building in lowor Broadway Tho question Is naked by thousands of person crossing from tho Jersey shore It was asked tho other day of a tall scholarlylooking man standing on the upper Jlck of ono of the Pennsylvania ferryboats I do not know Its exact height said the man addrossed but this I give as an opinion that during a heavy thunder shower tho height of that building would make It entirely possible for lire sun o shine on the root while tho lower stories aro being deluged by rain The heavily laden rain clouds are only about GOO feet above the earth white the lantern of the now Singer building will bo al most GOO feet high The building will tower high above the fog banks I venture to say thus affording Now Yorkers ono of the features of Switz erland right at their own doorsN- Y Tribune How Bears Play In a recently published work a nat uralist gives somo Interesting facts concerning the playtime of animals The bear is supposed by many to boa rather solemn animal but ho Is given to pranks at times and even Indulges In antics that closely ro sorablo games played by children Tho naturalist observed three cubs repeatedly playing a game very much like tag A cub would chase tho oth ers until ho cuffed one with his paw then tho ono hit took up tho chase It may be that tho writers imagina ton put more system Into the play than actually was there However bears In zoological gardens havo been known to turn somersaults and they tako to dancing BO readily that It Is easy to train them to tako certain steps She Wasnt Young Do Style always had such an eye for beauty that I suppose his fiancee Is something unusual Is she very handsome No but her allowance IsPlllaob- urg Press DRINKING IN INDIA Use of Alcoholic Beverages Said to Da on the Increase In n recent issue of tho Iondon Tem perance Chronicle It Is stated that drinking In India Is decidedly on tho Increase and that this Increased con sumption Is largely due to greater In diilfienco In Intoxicants by the native population It Is shown from recent returns that tho revenue from Intoxl cating liquors consumed In India has risen from 5476000 In 1903 to eG 510000 In 1906 Of tho entire popula tlon of 191301000 the European olc ment is estimated as 190000 and of this number 70000 aro soldiers of tho European army who trust In view of climatic and other conditions bo con sidered of generally sober habits Ex empting KOOO more ns tho wives and daughters of soldiers and civilians who may fairly bo considered to Use but little alcohol there remains In all about 100000 Europeans who are chiefly engaged In conducting civic af fairs of tho empire and who are per sons of education and little prone to excuse which In that country Involves Its own swift and complete retribution Tho Royal Army Temperance associa tion branch In India has a membership of 19100 or nearly threesevenths of the whole European army The 62 100000 MuMNlnMM spread over tho toad are of course strict abstainers and contribute nothing to the drink bill In view of these farts It is NMlc1 that It U the native population who are most nearly concerned In the In creased eodiumitlim of alcohol In a recent public address Surgeon General Bvntt made notable reference to tho Increased we of Intoxicants among native zeros and pointed a warning of the danger of allowing this tratne to proceed further among a people no markedly excitable as the native pop ulation of ladle The Mbjert thus robed has been taken Into eoMlderatkNi by the Native Race committee an organisation which hal effected tone extremely benfflrlal meawtrea In regard to Africa la this respect It Is expected that the eaten5- 10a of the operations of this body to the eeatern empire will shortly take ptopn sad effeetwlly cheek the prog reel of an evil so damaging to the best InlereeU of the native race of this part of the spire Result of Temperance Wave Tbe temperance wave which U rats 1 lug ever weetern Kurotte has been tho principal cause of the difficulties which HOW beset the French growers Wo maul RO hack to 1S7I to find a crop that equaled In abundance that of 190C Wine a a result became so cheap that the railways demanded more for carrying a ton say from Hender or Ieridgnan to Bordeaux than it would colt tor In the last named town To make matters worse the eonaumpUon lee decreased In moat BHropean cooalrler In France itself the greatest vinedrinking COODItry In tIM world the use of waters has grown enormously within the test few year It Is now freely admitted that these beverage are serious competitors with honti + rwJt wtnel Again a large Buiutnr of nr Itlflclal wines have recently been placed upon the market and they have hit the public taste although they aro not nearly to wholesome or nutritious as the genuine Juice of the wine All those things have combined to Injure tho grower and to bring distress upon him In the midst of plenty The Canteen Question As the question of tho canteen In tile United States army la likely to bo resurrected during the coming win tor the clear unbiased presentation of tho problem by as distinguished a military lender as Brig Gen A S Daggett la opportune Jon Daggctt la a soldier of wldo experience having fought In tho civil war tho Spanish American war and In the Philippines JIll long intimacy with soldier life fits him to speak authoritaUven this subject and the pamphlet a the Hartford reform bureau purpose publishing under his signature will bo a valuable aid In tho campaign against the reinstatement of tho can teen Progress In Florida Gov Broward of the state of Flor ida Is noted as an advocate of state prohibition of the liquor traffic A Prohibition amendment was narrow defeated In tho state legislature re cently being favored by 35 out of tho 42 votes necessary for tho enactment Tho vigorous campaign carried on by temperance forces of this state has placed It In tho forefront of the state enacting against tho drink traffic County local option has been secured In 27 out of tho 46 counties of tho state Drink Taxation In Great Britain According to a recent statement of tho chancellor of the exchequer tho average taxation per head In Great Britain for alcoholic drink and licenses Is approximately 17s 7d on an esti mated population of 43C1300 The al coholic strength of beer and wino varies considerably and there aro no statistics at present of time quanti ties at each degree of strength which would admit of tho number of gallons of proof spirit being given with ac curacy k In buying Olivo Oil it pays to got tho lest f Italian Olive Oil That is Absolutely Pure You need be troubled by no qualms thatti every assurance you on ly be offered the purest and the bust t This is important in view of the many adulterations of Olive Oil on the market l 1 As a food tonic and medicine there arc few preparations for many cases aptHalfpint bottle 250 Pint bottle Soc I The Porter Drug Co iNOORrOtUTED PMho Oh 1Hr oeoeoeoeooooeoooooo oooooooooooo 0 ifrea and Vicinity I 0- j GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 1Iteuvuvvggvu vg Tho Conversation Ctab wUl 1t Mrfciulbe subject will be Simplified apeD nsRev JM DoDd D D of NMhrtlto ens a trwkwe of UM ooltoc ta ta tOwn this week the guest of President irort lion J L McCoy otra of Ute most loquenL public speakers IB the state will speak ta UM InterMt of the He publican pasty her W dMS Uy Oct UU Come and hear him win Sbocktty WM Lid to fill Ute vacancy M school trade of ttarea dto i trlct at tile alucUoM lad Saturday e 1rof J II Crabb eawMdal for an 1 iwrtnteodwt of l nbUc Instruction f I will apmk la UM ooltagv etuptt Sat urday Oct IMh Quite a crowd from lire attended county ooart at Richmond Monday MIM Sarah Dowden and Mist Laura- Creech have returned from Cumberland Uap Tan when they attended the C K trletalej eoBTWttton held there Oct 4th and ILL TtMjr report a very profitable sat enjoyable UtM Mr John Parks of Hugh lO was n builDMH caller Saturday Mr Charles Lester arrived last week from Oregon to mako an attended via It with his mother and relatives and friends hero Mrs Spurlock and daughter Mrs Hunt visited lu Paint Llalc Tuesday llev A P Smith of Ilnovtllo Is the guest of Mr and MntBort Coddln ton Mr Dowlln moved last week Into hit now dwelling house and hotel on depot street Mr and Mrs Kelly Hunt kayo next woek for California In order to Im prove tholr health Miss Flora Green and Minerva Ma Keehan were Bsroa visitors Tuesday Mr Qranvllle Galloway after a short visit with home folks returned to Missouri Tuesday accompanied by Wallace Adams Mies Hilda Welch loft last weak for satloiial lark Summary at Washing ton D C where she will attend wheal this year 1 Protracted meetings began at tho BajjiJat church Monday night Rev of Lexington Is conducting j the meetings aid all aro cordially In vited to attend J My Hair is- EitraLony Feed your hair nourish It give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavyIAyers Hair Vigor Is hairfood you can buy For 60 years it has been doing lust what we claim It will do It will not disappoint youIN1 hair ue to he T short eng Atr Ilr ylorahort IImIiteand now It I fourteen inches long ItlrlineJUrlrxasa 0 IIAllyeTs IIAaIIroUilLA Plus r CURRY rneau aDga agoggO06 0 0 00 Dr and Yrs Cowley were In Illch ttead Thursday on liealmn Two very InUrfrsUnf ssrmoa were preached at the Baptist church Jut I instoa Sunday by itor Otto HtMfera of Lwt I Mr a4 Mr JTodd of Speedwell spent a few days last week with pI Beu tab were Uw ana U of Mr and Mw Dalton a taw days last week I J Jj liawkle loll his term of Itl acre lying H mile southeast of Be rea to O D Holllday of Ikra lat i weak j I Mdn r Combs boqlat Uw UoeWus jiroperty this w kIMr J Ky wen week Il ta looking out for a home near ur Mr Peaulngton ta an hon orable maji and we welcome welt dtl ureI can I the Unl Judicial District composed of theI counties of Perry Loslte Owloy and Lethor was visiting friends in Beroaj last week Mr Clark who formerly had charge of the hrlak yard of the College here returned home last Saturday night i toroImnncitizen of Borea In tho near future Wo are glad to have Mr Kirk locate among us No doubt tho people of tho town and the students wero pleased to ceo the ranon of Prof Dodgo among thou j last week Quito a little excitement was caused last night by tho fire at the homo of Dr Davis on Center street Tho pause is unknown though it Is supposed that it originated In tho kitchen flue No serious damage was dono although the fire department was called out the second time because tho flames had not been ohtlroly extinguished at first 1 MONDAY LECTURES Following are some of tho speakers i who may bo heard in tho regular Monday lecture at the college chapel 025 n m each week allOct 14Dr Thomson Mr Scale Oct 21 Pros Blanchard of College Oct SProt Lewis stercoptican Nov 4Dr Coo- kNovllNo lecture lyceum lecture preceding SatiNov ISNo lecture Tuesday 19th Nov 25 Prof numold Des 2Prot W A Cook- NOTICE All bills for telephone service are due at the close of each month The Company wishes to ask that subscriber and patrons come to the office upstairs Bank and Trust Bids or remit by mall either on the first or lost day of each month Hereafter all toll messages will be charged to the phone from which thoy are sent You can easily see the necessity of this rule Peoplo often send long distance messages and leave town before the ticket can bo collected If anybody uses your phone for long tile tanco messages see to It that he pays you the toll It will be charged to your phone without exception THE DEREA TELEPHONE CO I o 0000800000000011 o 0 o HERE AND THERE o 0 0- osoooeoeoeoooooeoo Miss Jaocks who has been teaching at Jackson Ky tho past year was a College visitor the first of the weok Roy Holm of Louisville Ky was in Boroa Sunday and spoko at main chapel Sunday night Rev Thomson preached at upper chapel Mr Osborno was in Richmond Fri day on business Rov Dagor who visited in Baron last week has purchased tho Sidney Combs property on Estill street and will make Berea his homo Wo are glad to have this family In Byrca Will Flancry who was sick a few days last week with tonsllltls Is bet ter Tho Alkahest Company Including Violinist pianist and reader gave a pleasing entertainment last Monday night in tho chapel This was tho first number of tho fall lyceum course and everybody went away pleased On last Tuesday at the chapel hour there was a joint discussion among the students of various departments on how to better Berea athletics After somo time taken up by tho speakers It was passed that tho school bo divided Into two bands which will bo known as the Rods and White so that ovory student has an equal chance to take fart In athletics on either side and and each side Is to have a leaderwho two to chooto the sides This does not do away with the department oonteeU law Leooa Uvan an old student of i Daren returned this weak and outer d- j Hhool 1111n j Carl Kirk wet to wet end church Sunday night to alt In the singing there TIM football boys are ON the field upmn iimeUalnc for the cowing eon test with Union Collect The Vanity will soon be selected llev J Wesley of the clam of 114 Is now In Seattle Washington his ad draM bciM UM Warren svenne Many Iterean remember with affec tionate regard Mrs Daisy Oarlock who WM a t abr ben In tM early days of Prtdeat Frets odmlntetraltoa Tier two sass have become men and Prank It now in Arlaona while George Is a pronMng art student In Paris Miss Sara M Soale for some years lady principal at Berea is now teach ing In Soule College Dodge City Kan I sas She spent last summer In her cottage at Chautauqua N Y Prof J W Dlneinore returned from Louisa and other points In the state last week Alpha Zeta Society had their annual oyster supper Friday night Several visitors wore among tho host all roe porting a good tlmo Hon John D White of Manchester was tho guost of President Frost over Sunday He also attended chapel Sunday night Tho subject for Y M C A Sunday night was Sunday Observance All claim It was the best mooting they lover had on tho college barns Is mow lag along pretty rapidly and tho ashes of the old ono will soon bo covered up- Thero Is to be a football game hero Saturday between Varsity and Union College Came out to tho gamo and help root for Varsity I Several of the students wont out chestnut hunting Saturday and we aro Informed that some of them got lost and had to stay in the woods over night Divided chapol Monday morning girls In upper and boys In lower chapel Athletic sports woro discussed by Pros Frost In main chapel Lester 11111 who Is recovering from tho typhoid foyer has been removed from tho hospital to his home Robert W Fletcher ono of Bercas distinguished colored graduates died at Nlcholsvlllo Ky last week President Frost gavo tho Monday lecture to tho boys the subject being College Sports and Mrs Hill spoke to tbo girls on the subject of Cloth ingGood reports como to us from tbo work Carl Hunt Is doing in Pikovllle Ky We aro always glad to know our Berea boys are In the lead DEATH OF BRUCE KIRKPATRICK Bruce Klrkpatrick who nearly Completed the Literary Course In Bcrca College In 1904 was suddenly killed on Thursday morning October 3rd by an electric wire In his bathroom at Rich land Center Wisconsin From some unknown cause the wires had become excessively charged with electricity no that when he turned on tho electric light be received such a shock as to causo Instant death Mr Klrkpatrick was twentyfour years of ago and a young man of great promise Ho had the gift of making friends and those who mourn his sudden death aro many His cous in Charles Barton js now In College hero NOW TO SERVE CHRIST IW understand that there are per sons who desire to establish three new churches In Borea Tho Citizen wonders what could bo tho reason for such a step Certainly Derca Is not a heathen country or lacking In Gospel privileges If people have money nnd effort to spend for advancing tho cause of Christ It would seem that they would spend tholr money In places where there was greatest need Can mnnyChrlstlnnswhich aro now hero This Is hardly true As a matter of fact every church In town now Is so weak and boor that It has to send away and beg money to help meet Its expenses every year Will tho causo of Christ bo mndo stronger by dividing It up In to smaller bodies Some people great ly enjoy not only being followers ofi Christ but following him in some particular way which they have been ac customod to This may bo a kind of selfindulgence Certainly the true Christian spirit will inquire how wd can mako the cause of Christ strong est how wo can spend our money and effort so as to produce the largest re suits On this basis certainly we should have fewer churches and stronger ones WHEN TO FIND COLLEGE OFFICERS Citizens visitors and others will save their time by noting tho office hours of tho Institution rho various col logo officers are busy peoplo and at somo times of tho day they zany be out of town or locked up in their studies or class rooms College Prayers begin at 925 ovory morning and close at 948 except on Monday when they run half an hour longer At the clue of College Prayers every office Is open except Dr Cow lays This morning hour Is the great time to do business Dr Cowtey office Is open from 2 to 4 In the afternoon and several other offices are open in the afternoon There is a bul letin of offlee hours poeted in the Post Office and In other public buildings President Frost when In tows has his offlee hour at 946 with the others In the morning and also at hit house from 0M to 790 at night As the President IB out of town a good deal of the time an arrangement has bton made to have the flag hung from the front of the Library Building when over ho In here and able to receive callers RETURNED Professor and Mrs Dodge who have been visiting at Saratoga and other points returned to Boron last week They visited Saratoga and from there the Professor wont to Woostor his old homo Thoy both then wont to North Brookfield to visit Miss Gilbert who taught in Borea for 27 years Thoy found her rather frail From hero tho Professor went to Boston and later they together visited tholr son Ernest at his summer home in the Catskllls A little later they spent a day with Miss Morrow at Yonkers All aro glad to welcome them back among us un n WILL SELL OUT PROPERTY As I have concluded to move from Big Hill I desire to sell my farm at that place also 82th acres lying one mile from there on the Owslcy Fork al so 1 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 colt one good mulo colt two work mules and various other things to numerous to mention also a general dryIof all kinds clothing hardware drugs also ono good steam mill In good run ning order with good saw anti grist mill I want everybody to come and bring someone with them and get some good bargains that I expect to give In closing out my business It Is useless to say that I want persons Indebted to mo to como and settle their notes and accounts M D Settle SR BAKER DENTIST KYlogOfilre hours trop a to 4 City Then 123 Teeth extracted without pain Somnofome SKli Alit AltOUT YOUR EYESOlntiiii to Suit All Conditions J M EARLY Jeweler Engraver Over the hank Berea Kentucky Dr W G BEST DENTIST cITY PRONE 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE n n I TM thowt ono of tho tuny pleaiifle rtylu Star Shoes Better Zhe ayf1ower 250 Women good and true the name wears A modern product oldtime honor Medium Price High Value The Mayflower Shoe forWomen is designed to meet the requirements of those who want a high class shoe at a medium price The manufacturers realizing possibleI I you price of 250 and 300 We can say to you frankly there is less profit on Mayflower than any shoe of like quality sold today We have styles enough to satisfy you no matter how particular you may be Come in and Examine our Big Stock MRS S R BAKER i k Berea Kentucky eJ f Live Stock Market LouUrille Oct 8 I5640Light 8i11lrKPairI6jCboleeFair to do do 8 6- 0Como do 3 96 IS I Cannon 1 a 96- Choioe feeders 4 16 4 60 Med to good do 8 76 496 Coin and rough do 8 96 8 76 96VnlrCom to med do do 2 76 8 35 60Com76ComGood to extra bulls 8 00 8 60 00Choice60Cllote80PlainHOGS Choice p d b 200800 Ibs C 76 76Light25LightHoughs 160 to 500 Ibs 8 60 5 05 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to ch fat sheep 4 35 4 CO I Fair to good sheep 3 60 4 25 Brand Are A nnd e3 OO Shoo for As as it withI made the Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Bucks 2 00 3 00 Choice butcher lambs 400 4 75 00Irmolacts Eggs1c per doz Butter 18 to Ge per lb Poultry Spring chickens small 13c per lb large lie hens lOfcc ducks small young lOo old 9o turkeys lie geese 7c MADISON MAKKET Madison County stock yards report a brisk market with full 2600 cattle on market and a number of buyers from other counties but thero woro few cattle left over on account of heavy rain Best yearlings and two yearolds brought from 4 to 414 cts other grades from 3 to 3 cts Butch er cattle and cows a shade lower than last court Ce F HANSOM i LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calla promptly attended to 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+enfret- tot himself for one year Advertising rates on application MkMKBR OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION A New York banker Is having a Class house built thus breaking all records in the desire for publicity that affects rich New York people Doing good to others says Mr Rockefeller brings tho greatest happiness In this world Kindly notice that he does not say doing others good Another Central American war Is Imminent It Is perhaps only natural that the people down there should be a little mad at this time of the year A Chicago professor has announced that In a few thousand years women will be wearing beards Imagine mak ing love to a sweet young thing with sideburns Thomas A Edison says that elec tricity Is more ata mystery to him now than ever Mr Edison ought to talk with one of the firstyear men at Tech Count Bonl wants to go Into the railroad business He was always a little fast in his Ideas as gentle Anna found to her sorrow in tho rapid de pletion of her income Jack London who says that thank God he Is not an authority on any thing is very different from the kaiser who Is willing to admit that lie is an authority on everything Rev William J Long says that is oil his 20 years experience he has never seen an unhappy bird family The birds must bo very unsympa thetlc not to be unhappy when their friend Is in distress A Denver paper asks tho public to believe that a married couple in the Colorado city have lived together GO years without either saying a crossword to the other The story may be true but what a deadly dull life they must have lived Mr Mollneauxs portrait will betaken out of the rogues gallery In Now York In accordance with the state decision that a man who is in nocent under the law should not have Ills counterfeit presentment exhibited In a collection of pictures of those who have been declared guilty TA new sort of victim of the Intense teat Is reported from Neosho Mo where a young man in search of shade crawled under a box car and went to sleep using a rail for a pillow He may not have been exactly mad with tho heat but developments a few minutes later showed too plainly that ho had lost his head Dr Long is defiantly telling how the water spider carries air on Its legs to its young beneath the sur face of the water how a cock sparrow grabs all the bread and keeps It until her mate brings her protesting young to the feast how a bear at tached by a trap to a log by a chain gets on Its bind feet and carries the log along across its forelegs and how men have habits and manners that animals wouldnt tolerate for a moment What has Oom John Bur roughs to say to all this They do some things better In Great Britainrewarding public serv ants for example It is announced that Lord Cromer who served his country as diplomatic agent In Egypt for many years is to receive a gift of fifty thousand pounds in recognition of what ho has done Tho sum la enough to enable him to live in com fort the rest of his days and to main tain a position In society fitting for an exofficer of his distinction If ho had devoted his great abilities to the ac cumulation of a fortune in private business he might have been reedy ing an annual Income fully equal to that of tho proposed gift As tho fashions In womens clothes In Japan have not changed during 2600 years there is no reason remarks the Louisville CourierJournal why the men of that country should not have the most serene countenances known among civilized people An evangelist at York Pa claims to be gifted with the power to speak in an unknown tongue and to prove it he delivers sermons that nobody can un derstand It will be hard to convince eotno people that such proof is con elusive Bar tioui Wrrr uerg tn- iqigl1JrriiUrr 1LIuiiur11 By CAPT R G F CANDAGE Marine Surveyor F FTY or more years ago onr fathers labored from dawn to dusk in many employments to gain n livelihood nnd to ac complish what can now be better done in half the time and day are in active business frequently until they reach threescore and toil and even fourscore In that earlier period there were few laborsaving ap pliances as compared with tho present such as improved machinery of every kind factories railroads telegraphs telephones and electrical appliances Steamships now cross the ocean and circumnavigate the globe in a quarter of the time it took to do it in the old sailing ship and carry the cargoes and passengers of a dozen of the largest ships dependent upon the wind for propulsion These changes have enabled the business man and his employes to concentrate their energies so as to hurry their goods and wares to and from their shops and warehouses in a quarter of the time formerly needed first having made arrangements to do so from the counting room or office through the telegraph or telephone The electric wires anticipate the arrival of trains steamships and the mails and through them cargoes of merchandise arc ordered today in China India Australia Europe and the world over to be sent on their way tomorrow whore formerly months and even years were required To keep up in alertness and activity the concentrated efforts caused by the needs of today in business life produces a strain which was un known to our fathers and there must be A relaxation and rest or n break down will ensue Amachine has its limitations and if kept in constant motion with out being stopped for rest repairs and oilings it is sure to wear out sooner than under moro moderate speed A human being Is in a certain sense a machine of delicate organism limited to a certain capacity and if run at high pressure continuously year in and year out without rest relaxation and oiling will break down in time and cease to be able to turn out the best work if any The stress on brain and mind in business life at the present time is so much greater than in the days of our fathers that it has led to shorten ing the hours given to business and also to the taking and giving of vacations which seem to be needful and are in my opinion helpful to the business community and not detrimental We have more than enough of nervous breakdowns even with vacations and if they were to be withheld I fear we should have many more to the injury of business and of the general I public wl1t lItlIrllLtttttngt itiu buu By HELEN OLDfIELD There aro some men who word born to bo managed by other peo ple usually some woman mother or wife and from their babyhood a lion pocked atmosphere hiss been tho part and portion of their doily lives All men by no means Are able to stand alone There undeniably are numbers of able men men of affairs who in their own homes are figureheads who pay the bills But the women who rule in their stead rarely fail in their own persons still less do they permit any other to fail in the full payment of all honor and respect to the nominal head of the house This personage in no sense whatever is a nonentity- It often happens that men who are noted for their energy and success in business who are marvels of firmness not to say obstinacy in their dealings with other men are those who are most indulgent oven submissive to their womenfolk At home they like to be relieved from allworry and bother to be mado comfortable without the annoyance of seeing the wheels go round The woman who knows what such a man wants and sees that he has it who anticipates his wishes who manages her household without fuss or friction who never contradicts or nags who in short makes herself essential to his comfort generally is allowed to have her own way without let or hindrance so long as she takes care and she usually docs that that way does not cross or conflict with his It is an amusing paradox that big men physically Samson and Hercules frequently are dominated openly and candidly by their wives who in such cases are little women whom the good humored giants easily could master with one hand Such a man with such a wife reminds the spectator of nothing so much as a big ship in convoy of a little steam tug putting and whistling while the great ship follows in heavy silence Ho usuallyadmires his wife for her smartness and energy admits her rule and makes a joke of it too thoroughly conscious of his own strength to resent her bossing loul1gllnmelt won irr55J By HETTY GREEN Young girls of today are too extravagant The think too muchabout clothes and they dont have enough to do If they had some useful work to occupy their thoughts they would not run to such extravagance I speak from experi ence Perhaps you dont know it but I was quite a bell when I was young But I outgrew all that soft of thing These rainbow silks and metal fingers are not to my taste I used to wear those things Iused to have moro fixings and trimmings on me than there is on a Christmas tree I have more sense now Society hasnt enough to do to keep it out of mischief Those so called fashionable women spend all their time these days at bridge and smoking cigarettes and drinking pale tea and strong whiskey Every one of them ought to be down here working and they would be better off The airs some of those people put on amuse me I Before they got their money some of them made pants for their children out of their hus bands old trousers and now they drive about in their own carriages and hold their noses up in the air as if the dust was too good for them They do not know how to use their money yet They ure not ac customed to it COWERED BEHIND CELL C01 WHEN AVENGING MOB STORMED THE PRISON Cut Burns Was Dragged To the Cobbled Street and Kicked To Death By the Mad Lynchers Cumberland Md Oct 7Thls citl has been In a stato of feverish tix cltomunt all day over tho first lynching In Its history William Burns colored aged 22 who came hero six mouth ago from Kauquler county Va ctmnje with tho murder ot policeman August Baker one of the veterans of tho force was taken by a mob which stormed the jail aud kicked to death on the cobble street near tho jail entrance In the rear ot the courthouse whore his case would nave been taken up Monday by tho October grand jury After tho mob lent stamped tho fAce and body of the wretch they tired nt close range at least 20 shots Into bLa hood and body Five or six hundred people looked on Burns had shot Patrolman Baker nhlltt resisting artist last Thursday nlfiht The mob assembled In front ot the jail shortly after iuldnlght but It was after an hours parley and storming be tore the prisoner was reached lu his cell Iu the basement Deputy Shortl HenJIoy was Iu charge of the jail tie refused to give up the keys and too mob secured a telegraph polo not broke open the front doors Two grated doors liuullag to the main corridor wore stormed and the first was broken open and while the second was being forced Deputy Shcr iff Headloy was bold up at thu point of two revolvers his clothing toru off and tho keys taken from him They occuppdbybrought In and the door of tho cell jarred open All the while tho negro never uttered a word Other negroes In neighboring cells were careful to guide tho lynchors to that of Burns and hero the battorlni ram was used Tho lynchers fount their victim crouched behind his cot and seizing him by the foot where within a few yards of tbo jail Burns wits kicked and shot to death Rev Wm Cleveland locks rector of Emanuel church the loading Epkco pal congregation of Western Maryland lives within n stones throw of the scene of the lynching tho shadow of his church Ho naked the mob to dls perse as they were attempting to break into tho jail They listened td tile ox hortatlon from the jail steps for a mo mont and then hootod After the wretch had been dragged from the jail nnd as he lay dying on Ute cobble stones Rev Mr Hicks offered a prayer ot mercy over his prostrate form Some of the crowd yelled burn him1 but Rev hocks asked them not to do so and they respected his wish Twenty men near tho cupola bat every shred of clothing blown off by the force of tho explosion FOUR KILLED SCORE INJURED By Explosion In a Cupola of the Standard Company Butler Pa Oct 7Br tho expo elon of Cupola I io 1 In tbo cast steel wheel plant of the SUuiUurd Steel Car Co four mon were killed SO perhaps fatally injured and 10 receiving minor iriirlos Nearly all the moo wero foreigners The largo wheal plant 150 by 100 foot tvcs totally wrecked musing a property loss of 100000 Tho explosion was caused by the upsetting of a pot In tbo cupola which contained SOOC pounds of molten metal ready for cast lug Steered Motor Cycle Into Car Memphis Tenn Oct 7 Thomas J Duprcc a jbwolor and auto fancier was alomst Instantly killed after n collision with a street car while mounted on a motorcycle Duproo was speodlng at a terrific clip when no cording to his dying statement ho was face to face with Mrs Thomas J Raw lon who had her small baby in hoi arms He steered his machine Into the car and received Internal Injuries from which ho succumbed after short suffering Ho loft a largo estate Takes Poison After Shooting Wife Key West Fla Oct 7Austin Grit fin shot and killed his wife at the breakfast table then commuted eui cldfl by drinking carbolic acid Mrs Grtflln had separated from her hue hand demanding half of the property The husband demanded an understand ing and sho refused to converse with him He drow his revolver and shot her in tho lack of the head causing instant death Ho survived her only an hour Sheriff Killed By Robber Sodden Ala Oct 7Ono man dead one badly wounded and tho First No tlonal looted of some 20000 Is the ro suit of a raid made on this place bj four masked men Sheriff John Wtt Hams was Killed by the robbers while trying to prevent their escape one Edward Adams a deputy was wounded while ailing tho sheriff Rush of Homeseekers Pierre S D Oct 7Tralns arc bringing enormous crowds of land seek crs who utilize anything from wogoni automobiles to go to tho lower Bruit country to be opened to settlers thli wlele The drawing begina Monday and indications aro for a largo attendance The Rowlands Acquitted Raleigh N C Oct 7lho Jury It tho Rowland murder case returned i verdict of aoqulttal Dr and Mrs Rowland were charged with polsonlnj tho womans former husband Charles R Strange r MUSICROLL COVER How the Shabby Leather Case Can De Given New Lease of Life Tho pretty music roll which seems so fresh and dainty at tho beginning of a term of lessons soon takes on a certain shabby look it It be carried dally A now roll every time the old one ono begins to show signs of wear Is out The Cover of question for the average schoolgirl but with a little Ingenuity on her part tho old one may be kept a thing of beautyA case was recently ad mired that had once been ot fine heath or and though It looked worn and bat toted tho case itself was still strong and good so Its unsightliness was turned into beauty by an easily ar ranged cover of embroidered ollvo cashmere and mossgreen plush as seen In the Illustration Tho ends wore decorated with silk cords tied In bows and similar cords hold In placo by largo buttons and decorated with plush balls served as handles- A more elaborate cover may bo mado of crochet work but In planning for this sort of cover it would be best to bavo tho knitting or crochet work in cylinder form so that tho roll will simply slip within It instead of at tempting to form tho crochet work to fit tho roll and open at the side Or like tho crochet Illustration tho center of tho case may bo formed from cardboard or any other stiff A More Elaborate Cover foundation embroidered In some conventional design with ends of crochet Silk cord and plush balls may be used to finish this cover or n heavy cord may be chained from the zephyr tt match the crochet work anti tassels may bo made of the aephyr In the same or In contrasting colon Plain linen rovers may also be used says the Chicago Dully Newt au they will be oven more durable than those Illustrated Linen cords and tas sols should bo used for decoration with some simple embroidery design In colored working cotton The Usefulness of the Hedgehog Persons who are inclined to a feel- Ing of enmity toward these little ant mils tho hedgehogs should stop to consider some of their character tics before condemning thorn to do struetlon for in many ways they an of great usefulness Gardeners toll us that a hedgehog In the garden will dostroy all the ruinous Insects that make such ravages on the fresh young vegetables and the worms slugs and snails cannot live where the hedgehog hat full liberty In tho kitchen and cellar tho little animal is also of great benefit as ho keeps them clear of black beetles and ninny othnr annoy Ins insects that aro a menace to tho good housekeeper So stay your hand before injuring tho harmless litho animal that may be of value to you They Dont Do It We havo all read that In South America and Africa cocoanuts arc se cured by mon who go into tho forests and throw stones at tho monkeys In the trees Tho monkeys got mad and pick tho nuts and hurl them down Wo aro now told that nothing of the sort over occurs Tho cocoanuts aro got by men climbing the trees and tho men may be in tho forest for days and not see a monkey About tho only thing wo can believe about tho monkey is that ho Is a great joker when In his cage in the zoo and that If ho can grab a boys straw hat that boy Is sure to go homo bareheaded If there was any way that he could hire out to a circus hod bo the star performer of all PEA POD BOATS With Brave Pea Sailors to Ride In Them Tho next time you help your mother to shell leas try to mako ono of these boats from a pod and with two tooth picks make the oarsman Philadel phi a Lodger Nothing to Lean On Kind Old Gent What do you mean by saying your occupations gone Soulweary SamuelTheyve pulled down tho bouse I used to lean against ROVER TO THE RESCUE He Drought the Truant float BafK to the Shore Tho children with their big New foundland dog Rover lost no time In starting for the sauds the morning after their arrival nt the seaside This was Rovers first vlrit to the sea and to Judge by tho way ho bounded along ho evidently meant to enjoy himself quite as much as tho children did What fun they had building and digging nnd raving on tbo sand Thon there was tho now boat the Saucy Polly to sail and this was n source or great excitement And very pretty In deed she looked riding tho waves so gracefully as Harold and Jack In turn keeping tho low shing well In hand guided her along the coast Tho morning passed all too soon and it wns tinny time to go homo to din nero and Harold was drawing tho little yacht slowly Inland once more whoa suddenly the string snapped and blIfore he could realize what had happened a big wave and a strong breeze had carried the Saucy Polly far bo yond reach Oh Harold cried Jack its gone r our dear little boat Whatever shall wo do- Ilowwcw said Rover and hc gave Rover and the Children bis big bead a knowing shake as ranch as to say I know quite well what to do and whats moro Im going to do It Then with another deep reassuring Howwow he plunged Into the soa and was soon swimming to hot pursuit ot the Saucy Polly Tho children watched with breath less Interest as they sow the dog roach tho boat seize 1t and thea turn and began to swim qulekly back fas thtt shore How they cheered sad oneeur aged him and when at last DM boat was laid safely at their feet they simply fell on his neck and tagged hlmallheedlae of his dripping eat and of the shower baths which he shook over then And this wns Dot tho only ocenMon during that holiday In wktek hovel proved himself a gallant rescuer Ose day a little girl WM playing on the reeks when she WJddealy slipped and fell Into deep water sad UHf brave dote almost before anyone had root Iud the accident swam to Uw child rescue and brought her safely to tare very little the worse for her wotting And than of course Rover was mado moro of than ever awl became the spoiled pogof all the children A WARNING Thrr rule Uri In a newfceat Awl enljr reewi fir twe Boat upset and they Ret w t And didnt know what to dofI One cried Oh my mammal Then waded straight to shore The other two did likewise And I saw tho three no more Ios Angeles Herald The Smile Dusted Teacher Freddy you must not laugh out loud like that In tho school roomFtcddyI didnt menn to do It 1 was smiling when all of a sudden the smile busted A Quick Way How did the Ilullyons over manage to get in the social swim Via Wall street Old Bullyons Went there and plunged io Baltimore American COWDANE Description of a Plant That Grows In Wet Places and Is Poisonous Along tho alougha and in wet places on many farms In tho west may bo found n weed from two to fivo feet high with an umbrollailke blossom and with the stems streaked with pur plo This Is tho spotted cowbano or water hemlock sometimes mistakenly called wild parsnip On examining tho roots there will bo found a number of tubors closo together some of them similar In shape to a cows horn An Cowbane Plant and Roots examination of tbo root will distin guish It from wild parsnip and wild carrot both ot which It somewhat 1 resembles In Its habit of growth 1 It Is a poisonous weed particularly dangerous to children In tho spring of tho year who may chance upon the roots and also dangerous to live steak says Farm Life Hence It should not bo tolerated a minute on any farm It Is not worth whllo to cut this wood down It should bo dug up by tho roots and tho roots oared for In such a way that there Is no danger of either children or live stock getting hold of them A fow hours work will clean up any faun that Is Infested with this weed and It should bo dODO without doMyCORN SMUT Prof A M Teneyck Explains Why It Is Useless to Treat the Seed rut In corn It not reproduced from year to year by spores which ndhoro to the corn kernels as Is tho ones with wheat and other small grains Tho corn plant Is Infected with smut above tilt RroMRtl by means ot spores or Eporidla which aro brought In contact with the young growing parts of the plant by Ute all of the wind rain and dew These sporldln are devel oped upon decaying ortmnlo mutter In tilt IOU of the field growing some what after the Manner of the yeast TUDKM Tko Infection with smut may take place quite early In the season fu truing a maw of spores which appear ns tho smut bells on the corn stalks nnd leaves Those quickly dry anti tho spores blowing about pro duoo new Infections causing a second growth and fruitage of the fungus It appears that bruises on tho stalks wish ss oocur by dotaesollng favor the infection with smut You will thus sec that It Is useless to treat tho seed There Is practically no remedy for this disease other than to pick the smut balls and burn thorn and this will not prevent tho occur cube of smut In any field since tho spores may be carried by tho wind from surrounding fields However It may bo possible to reduce tho attacks of smut to some extent by picking and burning oho smut balls since If little smut Is present In the soil whore tho corn Is planted the opportunity for in feotlon Is lessened It Is stated also that manure favors the development of smut since it offers nn abundance of favorable material upon which tho smut may grow and develop the spar r Mia which cause tho first Infection ot the corn plants rfHE SPARROW PEST The Farm Journal Tells of Peter Turn 9 bleDowns Way of Dealing With It There are various ways of dealing with tho sparrow pest somo good omo had but Peters way Is at least very unique and Quito effective Last tall houlllydnlllcd with corn husking until caught by a big snow storm This was soon followed by a thaw and then a freeze up BO that half of tho crop was left out all winter for crow bait The Crows took advantage of the sit uation and spent the winter In tho orchards and woods nearby taking breakfast dinner and supper ati Peters expense and Inviting all their relations to tho feast Thus coming to feel at homo In tho neighborhood In tho spring many of them sot up housekeeping and began to ralso tarn duce So after tho new spring corn t had sprouted and showed above the surface each mother and father crow got busy and became a nuisance in the neighborhood Peter had to replant twlco and some of tho neighbors tour times Thats not all tho little baby crows seemed to need a meat diet and to supply this want all tho nests of other birds Including sparrows were rifled by the parent crows and thus the sparrow pest was conquered for once Of courso tho plan was hard on tho song birds for tho crows did not discriminate In favor of meat Peter will not tnko out a patent on this plan and all hla neighbors hope Jio will not try It again OF CUCUMBERS IFRUITING Often but Little Fruit I Sets on the Vines Not a tow people are puzzled by tho behavior of cucumber vines In the gardens and complain that although the vines aro blossoming full little or no fruit sots A number of Inquiries of this nature have already been received at tho Colorado Agricultural college experiment station this year The reason for this writes W Paddock Is as follows There are two kinds of blossoms upon tho cucum her vines as well as upon n number of other plants of similar nature Tho first blossom to sot and by far tho most numerous throughout tho life of tho plant aro what are known as male flowers These are Imperfect In their makeup for tho reason that they lack tho pistil or that part from which the fruit and seed are formed but It bears an abundance of pollen which Is necessary to tho development ot the pistil of the pistillate lowers The other or pistillate flowers sometimes called the female blossoms are produced later In the season and aro nice Imperfect fur tho reason that they usually lack stamens but are provided with a pistil The pistillate flowers can readily bo told because there Is a miniature cucumber at Its base oven before the bud has opened Now In order to produce fruit It Is necessary for pollen from the staml nato blossoms to bo transferred to tho pistil of tbo other class of flowers When grown In the green house the work of pollination must be done by hand but out of doors thoro aro al ways Insect visitors enough to per form this Important work In fact this Is ono of natures provisions by which crossfertilization of plants is effected Insects of many and various kinds visit from blossom to blossom and ns they go to the staminate now ers their bodies becomo dusted with tho pollen then as they chance to visit a pistillate flower somo of the pollen Is bound to bo left upon tho receptive surface of the pistil This In plants Is known as pollination Tho pollen grains havo tho power of germination much like a grain of corn Tho end of the pistil Is motet so that the groins soon terminate and the germ tulle finds Us way down through the pistil to the Imma turn seed which It enters and gives up a portion of Its protoplasm This process Is known as fertilization As a rule it may bo stated that no fruit of any kind can bo produced without this process of pollination and fortlllzatlon Fertilization incites the Immature seeds Into growth and this of course causes the parts which surround thorn as In tho ease of cucumbers to grow and the result Is what we recognize as tho matured strictlyenrrectCertain conditions which are not well understood seem to keep tho paint producing stamlnato blossoms at tho expense of oarly fruit produc lion But In a general way wo cannot materiality hasten tho formation ot pistillate blossoms We should see to It therefore that the plants ore kept In a vigorous growing condition by planting thorn first of all In good garden soil and seeing that they aro supplied with an abundance of moist ure at all Umes GRAIN OR CORN SACKER Serviceable Affair Made Out of Odds and Ends of Material The hopper shown In the Illustration was mado with pieces of tin from an old solf binder riveted together for tho sides and front and nailed to the Device for Holding Grain Sack back which Is of wood Around tho bottom I used board strips threo Inch es wide to make a box 0x8 Inches square Small hooks with screw ends were fattened In tho corners on which to bang the sack A piece of threeInch stuff three feet long was bolted to the back of tho hopper with several Inch holes In tho top Tho hopper was then hung upon a spike driven Into a post besldo the bin With this contrivance writes a correspondent In Prairie Farmer I can fill sacks as fast an ono man can too them Look to tho Gutters Now that tho leaves are falling dont forget to see that tho cutters and leaders of tho house or barn aro clear Tho leaves fall very quietly and sometimes may not bo thought of until a heavy rain causes tho water to back up under tho caves or pour over tho sldo of the gutters The Capture of JerichoSun- daySchool Lesson for Oct20 1907 SjxcUlly Prepared tot Thta Piper LESSON TKXTJo hu 5 8M Mem ory Yore S- OQOLUBN TEXTJly faith the walls of Jericho ton down after they were com passed about seven daysIIeb 11 30 TIME April about II C 1451 accord ing to the margins of our lilblcs Bchol + nn are divided as to the period whether Jt be In the vicinity of the Tel cl Amarna letters before II C 1400 or In tho century following names IL between n C 1200 and 1300 PLACROIIffal and Jericho In the plain on the wet side of tho Jordan Comment and Suggestive Thought The Right of Israel to the Land The representation of tho books oJ Joshua Judges 22 and of Deuteronomy Is that tho conquest of Canaan was In accordance with tho plan and tho command of God And Ood al ways does and always commands only what Is right nut how could It be right for one nation to drive another from their homes and destroy thorn Distinguish between a command of God to do a thing and the way some people execute the command History abounds In good things done In a wicked way Wo can approve of tho doing while condemning the way tt was done The Fall of JerichoAnd It came to pass etc Better And It was according as Joshua said In tho previous verses of tho chapter Tho plan of the attack was for all the men of war v 3 to march around tho city once a day for six days and on tho seventh day to march around It seven times the last tlmo with along blast of tho trumpets and a great shout from all tho men when the walls were to fall From tho whole account we learn the order of procession From what ever different sources tho present ac count may have been drawn the story is ono harmonious statement of the facts The order of march seems to have been as follows First A vanguard of armed men who marched In silence at the hood of the procession vs 9 10 They were to utter no vainglorious speeches such as Goliath did when ho met David and Do Dohuu at Dannockburn to Blvo no answer to the taunts which tho men on the walls may have thrown at them It was an ominous portentous silence as deep as eternity silence that oppresses with too great a weight the silence In the center of tho cyclone before it bursts forth in Its career of devastation Second Vs 8 13 Thou followed a company of seven prlusts doubt lees In their rich priestly garments showing to the Jericho people on tho walls that what they were doing was In the service and with the lower of Jehovah who had made a path for the Israelites through Jordan These were blowing trumpets of rams horns the jubilee trumpets tbo kind that ushered in the now year Lev 2224 and announced tho year of Jubilee Lor 269 Those were like the bands which lead processions In our day with marching music to which tho people keep stop Third After those camo tho Ark of the Covenant borne by priests the Ark which stood In the riverbed while tho people woro crossing tho Ark which showed that tho Lord God was leading and defending them but on condition that tho Israelites kept their part of the covenant Fourth After these carne tho v 13 reeward 1 e rear guard con slating of the rest of tho men of Is rael marching In silence around tho city No sign of triumph was to bo raised no words of rejoicing over the foe nor of conscious strength Hut In solemn reverent sllenco as It Ood alone was speaking to thorn In medl tation and silent prayer they were to move around the city For Six Successive DaysV 14 This was trying to their faith and may havo seemed to some to be a hopeless waste of tlmo Some one of tho seven days must have been n Sab bath and the action n breaking of the Sabbath but It was a solemn religious service and no more broke tho Sabbath than does the marching of the Salvation Army to draw men to their meetings The Seventh DayVs 16 1C 20 On this day the circuit was made seven times in succession At tho seventh time while the men were still somewhere around the city walls but probably not wholly surrounding tho city the signal was given as an nounced v 6 by a long blast of the trumpets different from the march Ing music and all the men v 20 shouted with a great shout Tho orientals take a peculiar delight In noise When our people are In dead earnest they are generally si lent but the more In earnest an ort ental Is the louder ho shouts Evon Arab boatmen when In great danger and every man Is doing his utmost In struggling with the waves will wall to a lot of strength and breath Ib shout Ingllon Selah Merrill Practical Points Tho capture of Jericho Illustrates the means by which the victory cau bo gained Sin entrenched In our hearts the evil passions selfishness and all the works of the flesh described In Gal 51921 form a Jericho to be conquer ed for tho kingdom of Christ with Its beatitudes and commandments Hero Is the greatest and moat gin rlous conquest over presented to man under the greatest leader with the greatest rewards calling forth tho best qualities Issuing In the beat blessings to man A MATTER OF TRAINING Briton and Scot Have Rootless ArgJ ment About Boyhood Dishes Two men had just come from tho dining room of ono of the downtown hotels says tho Kansas City Star Sitting down and lighting a pair ot black cigars each was prepared to convince himself at least that tho other didnt know much about good things to eat Well said tho one with the florid countenance blowing a cloud ot smoke toward his right eye Ivo eaten In pretty nearly every good hotel In this country but Ivo never found anything to compare with tho grub my mother used to set us back home It was evident from tho mans accent that back home was soma where In England Yes said tho other man who had mutton chop whiskers and touselcd gray hair and the chances are tho grub your mother pleased you with wouldnt go at all with me I I guess you never sat down to a dinner of Macclcsfleld bacon Che shire cheeso and a treacle pudding to put on top You know the forest fed bacon of Macclcsfleld is famous the world over Hut what of that I wouldnt glvo a dish of haggle like my aunt In Glasgow used to make for all the bacon In Chesterand tho cheese and Cheshire cats thrown In Uut man you havo never tasted the real thing and Apd tho scones my aunt could bake would molt Oh forget it said the English man throwing away his halfsmoked cigar viciously raising tho mark two feet Come on Scotty lets see It we can agree on whats good to drink Fighting for Mud Mud seems to be the latest com modity which has been cornered The monopolist Is the wellknown Bohem ian watering placo Franzenbad whoso wonderful healing mud baths are fa mous throughout the world Tho news of Franzenbada business enterprise has just become known In the courso of a lawsuit nt Eger between tho Sax on government and tho municipality of Franzenbad Saxony has a watering place also with mud baths Dad Elster Some tlmo ago Dad Bister entered Into ne gotiations to buy a largo area of ground containing mineral mud depos ites near Franzonbad When the Bohemian town heard what was going on they promptly de cided to head oft their Saxon rivals and stopped In and bought up tho laud themselves Tho Saxons were great ly aggrieved and carried tho matter Into the Bohemian courts which de cided against thorn During tho trial It was stated that although Franzonbad already pos sessed an inexhaustible supply of this precious mud tho town had spent more than a million crowns in buying up all tho mud lands In the surrounding country in order to secure exclusive possession for all tlmo of this valu able healing remedy Horse Dentists Needed- A bright young woman who attends the horse shows remarked that she believed many horses Indicated suf fering from diseased teeth by restlessness and other forms of bad manners On giving tho subject con sideration one Is led to tho conviction that this Is not only true but that there is also room for much Improvement in veterinary denUstry About the only treatment prescribed by tho ordinary veterinarian and somtlmes practiced by tho coachman or groom is floating or filing tho teeth which become worn down on ono sldo and leave the higher sldo sharp and sometimes jagged Dut wo never hear anything about filling tho especlnlly ated beyond pulling them out As tho young woman referred to also remarked What excruciating pain It must be to havo a cold steel bit put on a sensitive tooth possibly on a nervo exposed There are many reasons for a horses misbehavior adds the Rider and Driver asldo from his bad temper i Serious Young English Woman Mrs Gladstone wife of the home secretary of England was brought up in the opposlto political camp for she was Miss Dorothy Paget daughter of Sir Richard Pagot for many years a conservative member for Somerset Her marriage to the youngest son of tbo great liberal statesman took placo nearly six years ago Though she has given no notable entertainments this bright pretty woman often receives the more serious ono might almost say learnedmembers of tho liberal party and also those who share her husbands devotion to tho royal and ancient game of golf Sho is thoroughly well read takes an Interest In politics and to a certain extent shares in Mr Gladstones love of outdoor life Dut It was music that drew them together in the first place Sho la very musical and ho Is specially fond of part singing And whllo singing together they mutually fell In love The Whole Thing Its called n loving cup you say My what a big cup It Isl Whats it for 7 Tho rum punch and things like that shut why fs It called a loving cup Because Its for people loving rum punch and things like that 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 nttrocfori 1175 students from 27 states Urges college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Staging Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions sad compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those woo have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to sit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young mam may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course ua fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 year courses with Latin Grman Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories Mlentlflo apparatus and all modern methods The fyearcertificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information rculture and training necessary tor a true teacher and cover branches necer nary for State certificateIiMUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra foes Expenses Regulations Opening Days j Berca College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re f calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expands on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays A- In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are for lives ot uaerulntltOUR i the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from I tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Bare live In College buildings andIassist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train tlug and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a weak Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc varjf with different people Borca favors plain clothing Our climate t the bos but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rentgfor the fine buildings In winch students live charging only enough rent to pay tor cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing ot bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras J135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week la fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit aa guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and le returned t when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildI- ngS 4 hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or service of- teacliersall our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for moss students la 500 a term HOD In lower Model Schools ICUO 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 half term Installments are ae follows FALL 14 weeks 52960tn one payment 2900 Installment plan first day I210S including 1100 deposit middle of term 948- WINTER12 weeks 52900In one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 12100 Including 1100 deposit middle of term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive hack for money advanced On board In full except that ao allowance tt made tor any fraction of a weekOn room all but fifty cents but no allowance for srny fraction ot a monthOn Incidental tea a certificate altowlae the stodwt to apply the amount advanced for term bids when ho returns provided It Its within four terms i but mating no allowance tor any traction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are well started In echool it pays to stay ae long as possible THE FIRST DAY of the taU term fs September 11 1907 For Information or friendly advice write to the lecretery WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes thor eyes of the MB and boys who m It The HOMUfti people like t good thing when they see It and to get a 75 oat Life two blades of rssor steel anda dollar paper lkatL worth mow lo the mountain people thin any other dollar piper ta the world The Knife sod The Citizen for One Dollar I That brings ta iukeiprtoM all tfe ills Yee full prahM- Ult OD pigs 7 t 1THE SCHOOL II Problems of the District School ily Prut JMmmore Put 4The School In Progress 7 Rhetorical Exercises Render does the idea of rhetoricals dampen your ardor Does it present to your mental vision the picture of a teacher with a scowling and determined taco and pupils in various stages of distress from tears to open rebellion r In many cases whore rhetori cals are undertaken such a picture would not be overdrawn A large percentage of teachers make no effort to have such exercises cousdenuc the trouble greater than the value received Others relieve their con sciences by having little pieces recited on Friday afternoons and calling it rhetoriuals A few tbero are who take it up with enthusiasm und carry it thru to tho pleasure and profit of till concerned What is the trouble on the one hand and the secret of success on the other The trouble frequently lies in a wroug beginning Pupils without a particle of preparation or training are told to write a composition The very word is like a thunderstroke to them They have no idea what is wanted and are helplessly ut sea They cannot think of anything to write about and can see no sense in it anyway The fact is the toacher who starts in such a way is makinla bad be ginning He is trying to drive the wedge from the wrong Children will take great delight in writing compositions if they are started properly They must begin at the beginning as they would arithmetic or gram mar and make progress by easy stages Little onus should be taught to mako single sentences about familiar objects and to write these sentences This is composition work It should be a daily exercise thru the first years of school life until enough skill has been acquired so that the child can express his thoughts us easily iu writing us in speaking When this stage has been reached he may have it less frequently tho not less regular ly nor less certainly- If children well along in other matters have not been taught to express their thoughts in writing no time should be lost until they have learned it No part of their education is more valuable Like the little ones they must begin at the beginning Suppose a boy ten or twelve years old is bright enough in reading spelling and arithmetic but kuows nothing about writing hin own thoughts His first lesson may be something like this You say to him Jack what do you know about pocket knives r Jack replies O I know they are a mighty good thing to have If you have a pocket knife you ate peel a turnip or out a watermelon or f dutnuringkI tiouJaok says why tenoher that s w no composition thuts nothing You saywull write some more to It But I do not know to write Are all knives alike you uk No some are large and tomei are small Some have only one blade while others have throe or four Some tire cheap and of poor quiUHty while others ooit considerable and are better Wen Jack you appear to be well posted about knives Please add that to whet you have written With less reluctance than ever before lie proceeds to write it Wheir it is done you again Approve it and tell him if he will practicu outj tie while every day ho will by and by be able to write anything he to Jack fouls proud to think he has done something new that meets the approval of his teacher and will be glad to exercise his newly discovered powers again Henceforth all he newt is intelligent direction with the occasional stimulus of praise dr bluine for good or bud efforts Beginners must always bo told what to writs about with enough direc tions to keep them from being stalled or discouraged The older pupils from the Fourth Reader up may have rhotorioals once a fortnight reading their compositions before the school Their productions should be read by the teacher the mistakes marked and tho whole copied neatly with the mistakes corrected before it is allowed to be read In public The efforts of beginners should not be criticised at all A child may stagger all he pleases while he is learning to walk The teacher must be ready to suggest subjects avoiding such abstract themes as Honesty is the best Policy The Importance of Habit and Virtue is its own Reward The object is not to bring forth mature wisdom on deep subjects but to teach children to think about the things around them and to express their thoughts in writing They should be allowed to write about the things that are interesting to them that touch their every day life such as How Mother gets Dinner or How Father shears the Sheep and such like topics including all the common occupa tions about the house and farm They may write about their own doings and the things that interest them At an early stage they may write imaginary compositions about ani mals travels what they will do when they are grown and the like They must be made to understand clearly the difference between imagination and reality Such work as the above they will thoroly enjoy and it will result greatly to their advantage Continued Next Week ITHE FARM I Farming For The Future How many times do we see farmers who live and act as if this were going to be the very last year pf their lifeY We see on every hand men who are planning for the futnre and true it is that these are the men who are doing the worlds work But when we come to the farm we can not but admit that a large per cent of our farmers are planning for but one year at a time If a farmer can raise enough corn to supply his family on half of his laud why shuld he allow the other half to stand idle We should arrange our crops so that something useful will be growing on all the land all the time if not weeds are sure to grow and they are just as hard on tho soil as many of our lighter crops such as grass If we grow cultivated crops such as corn for several years in succession on the same ground wo not only loose the soil fertility used up by the corn but a far larger per cent is washed away into our streams This condition should not exist to the extent which it now does By growing more grass fruit and other crops that do not need to bo cultivated during the season of Kurd rains we can save fifty per cent of the soil fertility which is now being wasted We should not only consider the profit in u crop for the present year but we should seek to preserve the wonderful inheritance which God has given to us in tho soil You may not be able to hand down a fortune to your children which perhaps is a blessing to them but you can give them a farm which is better than it was when you received it You can make the soil richer build up the fences set out orchards straighten out and grade up the roads build up the out buildings keep down the weeds pre serve the coal and forests and more than all make the home more attrac tive All this has been done and can be done during the hours which tho majority of our farmers spend in loafing about Are you living for today or for the good you can do to those whom you love Surely it takes a man with a big heart to live for the future but that is the kind of men Kentucky produces Last summer I saw an old man almost eighty years old setting out fruit trees I asked him whyI such an old man was working so hard to grow fruit which he never enjoy It would have done you good to have seen his keen eyes brighten and tho kinks straighten from his back when ho repeated with a smileuNo I may never eat tho fruit but there are my little grandchil dren and it will do them good May not every reader take this lesson homo and spend more time in making that old farm attractive as well as profitable ANNUAL MEETING The C2nd annual meeting of the Kentucky Stato Medical Association will bo held In Louisville on October 15 16 and 17 Twothirds of the physicians of Kentucky are members of the association and It Is estimated that this will be the largest meeting ever held Dy special Inrltatlon Dr George H Simmons the great editor of tho Journal of tho American Med ical Association will be present to explain the purposes of that magnificent organizationThe of the Kentucky State Medical Association are purely altru istic Its members are studying together I how to prevent disease and bow to cure it I HOTHOLDS IMPORT IMMIGRANTS IMPORTANT OPINION BY BONA PARTE INVOLVING SOUTH ERN LABOR QUESTION LAW THE SAME AS WITH INDIVIDUAL Says Louisiana Violated National Statutes In Bringing Allen from Cuba Under Promise of Employ mentTo Be Carried to Courts Washington Oct 8 Attorney General Bonaparte has rendered an opin ion in an Important caso Involving tho right of a state to solicit Iramlgra Uon from a foreign country Ho holds that in the case submitted him tho state violated tho Immigration laws In paying tho passage money of the Immigrant and that In this re spect the stato docs not differ la law from an Individual Brought Labofer from Cuba The case In point has been pending before tho department of commerce and labor since August 6 On that date Gcronlmo Garcia arrived at Now Orleans from Cuba Dy tho special board of Inquiry at tho former placo ho was dented admission to the United States Tho Investigation developed the facts that his money had boon paid by Reginald Dykors an agent of the Louisiana stato board of agriculture and immigration out of funds regularly appropriated by the state legislature lIe was given assurance that em ployment as a farm laborer would be secured for him aad he promised to return to the state the money aIVfcnced to hint to pay ta pMsaig from Havana to New Orleans No employer was selected for him but be was Mt free to work for whom he pleased Case Brought to Test Law The ease was brought by the state of Louisiana to test the Immigration law Several other southern states were Interested in Ute matter because they had been engaged In soliciting immigration to points within their bor- den The case was referred to the de 081appealOonaparte for an opinion The attorney general bas an opinion in which he says renderedi No Exception In States The assurances given to oPln1lollthe Inhibition of the statute While it Is provided that aliens coming to this country in consequence of advertise merits by a state of IU Inducements to immigration shall not be as coming under promise of employment there Is no exception in favor of a state In reference to specific I promises of employment to Individual Immigrants such as wore hold out to Garcia by the representatives of the State board I The attorney general holds therefore that On account of assurances of em ployment that were given to Garcia as an Inducement to his Immigration ho should bo excluded from admis sion Will Be Carried Into court It Is expected that the stato of Louis iana will carry tho caso into the courts In order to obtain n judicial determin ation of the question which means much In tho view of tho authorities to all of the states of the south YDEH CITIZENS1 I Transacts a general banking business atIleastus whether large or small I of 10 10 r HYDEN KYI FOOT BALL College Classes V S Academy In a Clean Game Wednesday The College and Academy teams camo together last Wednesday Oat 2 In a closely contested game of 45 min utoj which resulted In a score of 0to0In first halt which lasted minutes the Academy had the kiCkI- oft and In the first part of tho halt they mado It look protly squally for tho College when they had driven thorn back within about two yards of their goal but tho College as luck would havo It had tho ball and soon sent It whirling toward the Academy goal They seemed to be determined I then to mako a touchdown and wore keeping on tho alert for a chance Powers captain of the College team secured the ball and made a flying attempt to go over the line but he was stopped by Bongo tho AoadoTny quarterback and some others of tho Academy team on tho 1 yard line In time to prevent a touchdown Tho College team began to line up again wentIto bo stars In this halt as Swopo their captain together with some of tho oth ore made somo good gains over the I College and when time was called they seemed to be almost as much disappointed as the College was In the first as they were driving the College boys towards the goal pretty fast and no doubt felt that they were I i approaching a victory that would lot Strata even with the College wbo them last year bcj The main features of tM b1II of the Academy and Brtofc And Powers Malts of the College Several i of the others distlagulched themselves M good rarmlty men while meet of toe new men showed up well for their first game I Undoubtedly they wilt settle this i i about Thanksgiving day when they are tall of turkey PUBLIC 8ALB As agent for the heirs of John X and Nancy Palmer deceased I will OB Saturday October the Mth 1907 at the late residence of the said J M sad Nancy ItUmer fire Miles southeast of Lancaster on the Lancaster and Rtekmond turnpike road near Point Leavell a railroad station on the L A N It It sell to the highest bidder a certain tract of lend eon taming 106 acres of good Mad will grow hemp corn tobacco or any kind of grain said farm has upon It a good residence of eight rooms good barn corn crib baggy house meat and chicken house with an everlasting well at the door and Is well watered by springs and pond and Is In a good neighborhood close to church and school and for quiet sobriety and Christianity cannot be excelled by any people Any ono wishing to look at the farm Mr Pope who lives on the farm will take a pleasure In show- Ing It to thorn Terms One third to bo paid Jan 1st 1908 when possession will be given one third Jan 1st 1909 ono third Jan 1st 1910 purchaser to execute notes on day of sale with good secur ity the two last notes to bear six percent Interest from Jan 1st 100S till paid This farm must be Bold to make a distribution among the heirs Salo to begin at 10 oclock a m J W Palmer Agent Point Leavcll Ky V P Prewitt Auctioneer Berea Ky ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster KyI To Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for veryreasonable prices Address T J OSBORNE Berea Ky OO+OtO +oro+odod a4 odo4 co Halat ooFoho4ohola Foo ho+u- e + I ADDING ti+ I NEW ACCOUNTS i 5 We arc constantly adding new accounts and our r o business is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It is 1 1 o our purpose to + 0 0 + I Deal Justly and Liberally With All t- D ++ o I Your Account Solicited b o o INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS f+ oo + 1 f1 THE f1 + 0 Berea National Bank+ Capital 2500000 Surplus 150000 f0 + c S E WELCH troeldont J L GAY Cashier + o +N o+o+o+o+o+ u+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o +o+o Wo+Oo+o+o +o+o+ 4j KtlCiS K lSi c Kee lagsi e i I AM THE MAN WHO iSELLS THE LAND ITown property In Ikrea Anti farm lands are advancing la I UuylnxI for wale III I have one farm well luI contain Ing lou MTW M acres hot tout land a fin cropun It nowgwd building well intprovfxl ant lying slunk hId county and railroad which 1 will ellfor the sum of l7-I have niioilior tract of land ismulnintf IHO aero of goal blue I Krauts land 40 arrw bottom land 1tltJo land ordinarily would suet you from too lu nA per acre 1 ran sdl you this tzrellent tree of laud hlulfllUllllanuJfour ttiiiltilnir tuts in tilt test iiid yvi uiiMild prima ftOO each one acrv in each 101 I lu vt tlirfe collate In till Vst sad lots containing an acre rneh I ran Ml 00 one of those lots at W0 aoh These are evldeflrly the hlflfhluplnll yu will have for a nice home I- nltre an 1 son Another harvaln Ntseneaf land In the farm a y17 ICOOd building good wlrr fencing 8f mr of PM I hum land oni Kau If you want to exonango real ontflta for bushtss In town I am your moan An thinK YOU want sold tell me J P BICKNELL REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT OOCiO +o+oo+oo+o +o+oo+o oo+oo+o+o+o+o+oo+o oOo4 IIfYou Are Looking For I Bargains I IYou must Not Pass This Store I 1 1 A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves+ + 9 etc at Bargain Prices j 0o+ Shirts Ororhalls Glows Suspenders Umlanrour Half hose lints 9 o Collars Tics etetJ Also + + o I Suits i o o We sell Groceries Tinware and Qucenswarc and o o pay top prices for Produce 1 o- o Yours for Business V 6 i Moyes Cash Store + 1 0 0 1 Berea Ky j t 0 u+OO+o+oo+D oo+o+o+o+o+oo+oo+ooo+ooo+o+o+o I Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room In the house making it cozy The busy anythingfromChristmas turkey Still it looks just as neat as any beater made It is ar tight and a great fuel saver Thousands are being sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA WANTEDA good woman to work In a small family Good wages board and lodclnc a tine place for the right woman Address Box 6S2 Richmond XI IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made LADAVISMD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST BATES FAVOR TRUST iI STEAMER TARIFFS ON OILS TO AFRICA NOT UNIFORM I CONTRACT IS PRODUCED C i Ida Tarbells Brother Tells of His Troubles with StandardHear Ing of Missouri Ouster I Suit Set New YorkAn omnibus contract whereby tho Standard 011 com t pang obtains from every steamship company operating between Now York and nil ports In Africa n roto for the shipment of lubricating oil that Is about onb halt what Its competitor tho New York Lubricating company pays Will produced Friday In tho hearing of tho federal suit against the alleged oil combine This contract was placed In ovl lcnco and Philip Harrison a manager of tho New York Lubricating 011 com irnny declared that his company was forded to pay double tho Standard rate notwithstanding his protoet to tho steamship companies Mr Harrison said that by reason at the freight discrimination tho Standard could place Its products In Africa at loss than tho cost prloo of the oils of hU own company and that to maintain African redo tho Now York Lubricating 011 company was forced In purchase from tho Standard tho cheaper grade of oils which It wild to Its cititomora rThu witness declared that he wrote n l to the steamship agents demand ing + oqullnM ratoe for tho company it but no change was mode W W Tarboll of Philadelphia trORrr at lie ItuN 011 company and of the United States IIpir Lino oom pans related the dlfflcnltloa hit com loots had eHOunl rod In competition with the Standard Mr Tarbell stated that the iHMlsiis of the Pure 011 ODIN pant was pkMMl In districts selected i with a view tr aroldlnc kwrineaa rein ttoM WIth certain railroads whose rata rfherlmlaaUOM he saw were more foam by the eoBipaay than the OMMMIUON of Wes Standard In open ftmUtIoR Mr Turfcell Is a brother of tIN Ida Tdrtjoli who HM written mush stoat tko MiiMlaN Oil ooMpMy ned John Js Rn kernr JrfftT on City MoIt WM OH tjounnd lam Friday that tile Stand nod till rompaay waster ON It has been set for hsspl before the supreme court en btaw OetoUor SS Tim epos is to to arxjvMl on the report of the- srnedaf eowmlMkin which la alleged to b1 ve heed IUl Illegal WHiMnaUon of Wnktten tiled by the eompaalM to the ro sortLITTLE DLACK ROOK PrODE Minneapolis Lumbermen Accused of Scheme to Badger Firms Minneapolis Minn Several Mlnne oils and Chicago firms engaged In the mailorder business of sash door iiund bUd expect to fasten on Mlnno apolis lumbermen the Mama of pub nnd distributing tho Little 4IIl1lCk UOOkN They hope to show the QOiineaUofl of theso men with the Lum bermens association The investiga lion wn begun before the federal igrnnd jury In Minneapolis Tuosdcy o+ Thus firms contend that the distri bution of the LIttle mack nook was part of tho scheme In n conspiracy to defraud by the use of the malls Tho hand they say consisted In tho In structions In tho book that tho re I cipient carry on a correspondence with certain listed firms causing an noynnco nnd cost but transacting no business with them Fifty witnesses from Mtnnninta North and South Da huts und Iowa have been subpoenaed 4o appear before the grand jury I UNITE TO FIGHT LOW FARES I t Railroads of Northwest Begin Action for Permanent Injunction Sioux Falls S nAn lending railroads having lines In South Dakota Thursday afternoon commenced a united action In tho United States 7court this city for n permanent In junction preventing tho state board of railroad commissioners from put ting Into effect October 15 an order re clueing passenger rates In the state from three to two and ono half cents n mile Tho commission was tem porarllY restrained from putting tho new rate Into effort pending u hearing from Judge Carland October 29 on the application for a permanent In junction Young Women Quit Germany Hamburg Several hundreds of young German women loft Hamburg Thursday on board the steamer Fled marscbil bound for Gorman South west Africa where they will take positions with the families of the flea roan settlers and government olllclals Whole County In Meat Strike Augusta Mo Nearly 1200 of tho people of Kcnnobec county are In open revolt against the high prices de manded for went and have pledged themselves to abstain from all meat fur ten days l Army Lieutenant Blown to Pieces San Antonio Tex0wcn V Ander Bon recently appointed lo n lieuten nncy In tho United States army was L blown to atoms Friday while handling ibotto of nltro glycerine Tho house was wrecked OIL JUGGLED BY TRUST PRICES fHARGED DY GALENA COMPANY NOT UNIFORM Refund Over Maximum Pennsylvania Road Dought Lubricating Oil at Lest Than cot Now YorkThat tho Galena Signal Oil company a subsidiary of tho Standard 011 company controls 97 per cent of tho lubricating oil business with tho railroads of tho United States and that tho prices for Its products are nt uniform with all ratlroads was written In tho record of Thursdays bearing of tho federal suit against tho socalled oil trust C C Stolnbrennor an accountant for tho Oalona company told In detail how contracts were made with rail roads whereby they woro guaranteed a maximum cost for tho lubrication of tho road based on mileage for en gines and cars and when tho maximum cost was found at tho end of cer tain period to fall short of tho stand ant Invoice which all railroads paid when they received the oil the Unions company made a refund of tho differ once From statements compiled from the Galena company books Mr Kellogg was able to show that In some cases tho amount of the refund was nearly CO par cent of the Invoice price Mr Stolnbronnor testified that tho llbrl eating oil furnished to the Pennsylva nla railway was sold at a loss Ono of tho railroads that tho Galena company did not supply with oil Mr etoinbrenner said was the Tidewater railway owned by Henry II Rogers vice president of the Standard 011 company Tbo witness said the Ga lena company had tried to obtain the contract with the Tidewater railway but failed Mr Kellogg suggested that pornajw Mr Rogers thought ho could let totter oil elsewhere TAFT RECEIVED DY MIKADO Private Audience Followed by Lunch eon with Japans Ruler Toklo William H Taft Amorlonn secretary of war officially bade faro well to Japan at 6 11 Wednesday even lag and left the brilliantly decorated Shlmbaehl railroad station for Kobe amid the firing of an artillery solute and n great display of fireworks- At noon Mr sad Mrs Taft accom parted only by Brig Gen Hdwnrds chief of the bureau of Insular affairs and Frederick W Carpenter Mr Toff private secretary drovo In an Imperial carriage escorted by a troop of onvntry to tho emperor palace with all the ceremony surrounding a royal reception Bntorlng tho audience room ac companied by Gen IW wards Mr Taft was greeted pleasantly by his majesty who Invited the secretary to accom pany him to an adjoining room where they conferred In private with tho aid of an Interpreter for ten minutes after which they returned to the audi once room While tho private audience was In progress Mrs Taft was received by tho empress Doth their majesties showed great cordiality ln their re ception of the American visitors After the audience Mr and Mrs Taft railed on tho crown prince Yoihlhlto Harunomlya and upon Prince Fushlml tho emporors cousin and then returned to the palaco On their arrival there they wore ushered Into the banquet room where n lunch eon was served and emperor and em press sitting on one side of tho table with Mr and Mrs Taft opposite them SUES PLATT FOR DIVORCE Miss Catherine Wood Takes New Tack In Her Litigation Sow York Mao Catherine Wood tho former government clerk who has been suing United States Senator Thomas C Platt for several years Monday brought action In tbo su promo court for absolute divorce from tho senator alleging that sho had been married to him In the Fifth Ave nue hotel Now York In 1901 J D Lee roprcsontng the plaintiff announced tho action ns Platt against Platt and he said the motion was for the purpose of framing an issue Ho said he wanted the details to become generally known John D Stanchflcld who appeared for Senator Platt asked that tho matter be heard In private by a referee lie said Senator Platt was never mar tied to Miss Wood and therefore there was no ground for divorce Jus lice Seabury reserved decision Has FourteenChattanooga Tcnn D D Ed vards on trial for the murder of Sam Brook a negro made a startling statement under cross examination Thursday lie was asked by tho at torney general It he had killed any one pravloua to tho killing of Brooks I have shot and probably killed 14 men In my time said Kdwards- Ho said that a majority of tho kill ings occurred In tho Kentucky moun tains and during the labor strike IP Chicago Yacht Cruise Around World New York Fifteen friends of Robert M Thompson financier retired naval officer and lawyer are to bo his guests on one of tho most remarkable yacht cruises on record Tho yacht upon which they will voyage around tho world Is the 8000 ton steamer Mlneola Tho Journey will occupy nine months and the estimated ox pense of tho entertainment Is halt a million dollars Among those invited by Col Thompson to be his guests are Lord Brassy and Admiral Sir Charles Betesford I THE SECRETARY OF PEACE SENATOR BORAH NOT GUILTY ACQUITTED OF CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD GOVERNMENT Boise Greets Verdict With Cheers Dells Are Rung and Band Plays Hall to the Chief noise Idaho United States Senator William R Borah wan acquitted Wednesday night of tho charge of con spiracy to defraud tho government out of valuable Idaho Umber lands Tho case was submitted without ar gument on tho part of the defense and tho jury was out just long enough to toko ono ballot Tho verdict was greeted by cheers and applause which tho court officers made no effort to restrain This demonstration In the courtroom served only OB a beginning As soon as the news reached the out side bells wore rung nnd the flro de partment made a spectaculer run through the principal streets stopping eventually nt tho Idaho hotel to which Senator torah surrounded by several hundred of his follow citizens was escorted- A braes band appeared as If by magic as tho senator reached the hotel stops and played Hall to tbo ChiefThe streets about tho hotel wore blocked by a cheering throng whoso shouts mingled the screech of tho fire engine whistles and clanging of trolley car bolls Senator Dorah thanked tho people for their demonstration and for tho confidence they had reposed In him throughout tho trial I have felt tho humiliation deeply ho continued especially because of the manner In which tho name of my dond friend Frank Stounonberg has been brought Into the case I am glad to say I was his friend tho friend of a roan who gave up his life for his state and his country Political cap ital has boon or tried to bo msdo out of my indictment but I am glad to say some of my staunchest friends during this trial have come from the other side Tho only reason I was Indicted appears to have been that I was the friend of Frank Stcunenbcrg Tho demonstration over tho acquit tal continued until late In tho night with street parades hand concerts fireworks and general celebration TRAMP DID NOT BURN BOY Story Told by Mrs Hathaway of Oquawka la Proved False Burlington laIt Is now believed that the story told by Mrs John Hatha- WAY Wednesday that a tramp tied her son to a fenco post and burned him to death because she hhd refused to give tho tramp food Is untrue Tho Hathaway liver near Oquawka 111 and the womans story had produced Intense excitement In that neighborhood Tho coroners Investigation dovol oped that Mrs Hathaway had loft her children alone whllo she went to a neighbors and It Is thought that dur ing her absence the boy sot fire to his clothing while playing with matches The officials fit Oquawka believe that Mrs Hathaway Invented the tramp story In order to placate her husband Tho coroners jury returned a verdict of accidental death Daughters of America Adjourn Cleveland OTho annual conven tion of the Daughters America closed Wednesday with tho election of offi coTs and the adoption of a resolution protesting against the indiscriminate Immigration of paupers and criminals Next years convention will bo held at Chattanooga TennI HoldUp Play Is Fatal Oxford Pa Edward Kauffman aged nine years was shot and Instantly killed at Nottingham near here Fri day by his brother I tarry The older boy recently won a revolver nt the county fair Armed with the weapon ho wont to meet his brother find pret- endIng to be a highwayman bo held the little follow up at tho point of the pistol The weapon was discharged and tho bullet penetrated young Knuff mans brain The bother was exon erated from blame9f tbo Inquest I 1 TOWER WISHES TO RETIRE Ambassador Germany Wants to Return Next Sprin- gBcrlinAmbassador Tower has written President Roosevelt asking that ho bo permitted to retire from the diplomatic service next spring Mr Towers reasons are understood Ambassador Tower to be that having been abroad for nearly 11 years he desires again to live In his own country In order to have a home there for his sons who are now nearly ready to go to Harvard college and to give his personal at tention to his extensive financial min ing and railroad Interests LICENSE ORDERED SUSPENDED Steamer Fred Hartweg Causes Trouble on Presidents Trip Kvnnsvlllo Ind United States Inspector of Hulls Williams for tho local I port Friday afternoon received a telegram signed by President Roose volt directing that tho license for the steamer Fred Hartweg carrying the PlttsburK delegation In tho present river trip be Immediately suspended Tho telegram follows MemphlR Tenn Oct 4On Hoard U S S Mississippi Supervisor In spector of Vessels Evansvllle Ind I direct that tho license of the master or whoever Is responsible for tho Fred Haitwcg during the present voyago bo suspended at onto for 90 days I wish this dono by telegraph wherever the boat may be If such pro ceduro Is possible Col Sears can give you tho details of tho misconduct which has been of serious nature and might have nt any time caused on accident to this boat aa well as to other boats Theodore Roosevelt Tbo steamer Fred Hartwega home port Is Cairo and It Is inspected at Evansville Theaters on Ocean Liners Liverpool It was announced Wed nesday that the Cunard Steamship company bad accepted tho otter of Charles Frohman to give theatrical performances on tho big liners by reg ular players who for the Umo being may be traveling to and from tho United States ahd England The com pany In now planning specially do signed halls for plays sad concerts on I board three of tho ships ot the line Other transatlantic lino companies I are considering Mr Frohmans prop osition Wild Trip for Ballonlst Coshocton O Caught In a gale of wind Frank Fuhr a Coshocton aeronaut was driven a distance of 40 miles 6000 feet above tho earth and landed safely ten miles north of this city nt seven oclock Thursday night Fuhr had been showing the Coshocton airship nt the Licking county fair nnd at 430 In the afternoon ascended for an exhibition flight Student Falls Heir to 20000 Lincoln Neb MUs Katherine Hit teahouse a student at Northwestern university In Chicago has fallen holr to an estate worth 120000 by tho will of Col Isaac Wing who was re jected by her mother when a girl Arrested He Kills Himself Davenport la James H Farrand superintendent of delivery In tho Dav enport post Office was arrested Fri day morning charged with opening registered mall Soon after ho com mitted suicide- S I Kentucky GJeangns JAU News SCatetParts of are J POOLED TOBACCO IS SOLD More Than a Million Pounds Changed Hands at Record Prices Hopklnsvllle KyTho Stemming District Tobacco association an organ Izaiion of tobacco growers In Webster Union Hopkins Crittenden and other counties ot Southern Kentucky hive effected tho solo of more than 1000000 pounds of tobacco to J D Ramsey of Sohreo at prices averaging = 1025 for loaf 925 for lugs and 325 for trash This sale Is considered one of the best made In this section la many years and It was effected through tho American Society ot Equity The sale Is further regarded as a great victory for tho men who had pooled their tobacco aa the amount of money received for It was snooo- A called meeting of the Society of Equity was held at DIxon Webster county which Waft attended by all those members who bad been In tko poolSpeeches wore Made by President Den Watson Louts Hancock and Stokes Taylor of Henderson county who explained tho action of tho execu tive committee In employing William Elliott as general manager By a unanimous vote the action of tho corn mittee In employing Elliott was In- dorsed BLACKENED REMAINS Of His Friend Found In a New Coffin Gave Denny a Shock Somerset KyAt Science Hill this county T W Denny a wellknown fur nlturo dealer and undertaker was so shocked by a practical joko played on him by Luther Ashley and others that It was several hours bolero he recov credo and although his hair was perfectly black It Is now sprinkled with gray Denny with Ashley and several oth ers was engaged In unloading a car ot furniture and comas when tho former went to the store for a few minutes In his absonco the friends of Ashley blackened his bands and face and placed him In ono of tho coffins that Denny was soon to open for Inspection On his return Denny proceeded to open the coffin When his eyes met the sight within he took to his heels He was no unnerved that ho refused to take hold of the coon until Ashley was lifted out by his friends Woman Arrested Lexington KyMrs Julia Gentry was arrested here on a bench warrant from tho Franklin circuit court charged with ubornatlon of witnesses In the Powers case Bond was fixed at 11000 which the prisoner was unable to furnish at once and Bbl will probably be taken to Frankfort and committed to jail to await the examln Inr trial Mrs Gentry Is highly con nectod and her arrest on tho charge named has caused a decided sensa- tIon Flies Suit For 20000 Lexington KYAttorney Wallace Muir democratic nominee for city at torney has filed a suit for 20000 against S J Roberts ot this city for merly of Canton 0 on tho grounds that ho was damaged by a statement mado by Stanley Mtlward which was published In Roberts paper Mr Mulr also brought suit against Stanley Mil ward to recover 10000 For Killing a Burglar Louisville Ky RocUrf Johns was held to the grand Jury by Judge Lin cola on the charge of manslaughter In killing William Sullivan on the night of September 7 Johns and his broth er Robert Johns surprised three men who bad broken Into the Johns estib llshment In Highland Park and dun ing the fight which followed Sullivan was shot dead Gets No Damages Frankfort KyTho caso of Emma Myers vs Thomas Dunn from Ken ton was afflrmcd and she gets no damages from Damn whom she charged With unlawfully arresting her and com witting assault and battery The proof was that Damn kept her from leaving the courtroom while she was uader arrest Must Return Bonds Frankfort Ky J1he case ot Kate Puff vs Andrew Puff from Newport was affirmed by the court of appeals which means that Mrs Puff a daugh terlnlaw of Andrew Puff must give back 1SOO In bonds which tie turned over to her to keep for him Hero of Civil War Expires Lexington Ky Answering his las roll call Frank Dillon 79 member of tho 400 who charged n the famous battle of Balaklava was mustered out more Mr Dillon Is survived by a wId ow and three daughters who live In Oovlngton Another County Goes Dry Owensboro Ky Another county In Kentucky has gone dry Tho temperance forces wero victorious by a ma jorlty of 1055 The total vote cast was 1905 At Calhoun school cull dren paraded tho streets and sang songs Merchant Falli Louisville Ky Joseph H Haner a merchant of Franklin Ky filed a petl lion In bankruptcy In tho federal court His liabilities were placed at 32321 and his assets at 2930 ot which exemption was clalmedfgr 1930 POWERS AND OTHERS INDICTED Jury Returns Charge of Perjury In Tee tlmony Regarding Youtsey Frankfort KyThe Franklin count grand jury returned into court an Indictment charging Caleb Powers now being held In tho Goebol assas sination case and others with conspir ing together with Intent to procure others to swear falsely as witnesses In tho Scott circuit court their testi mony to show that Henry Youtsey of Newport now In state prison on con vlctlon of complicity with the Goobel case has admitted that he trod the shot which killed the democratic party leader In January 1900 The others Indicted with Powers aro Howard M Denton of Newport a law yet Jennie Gentry alias Julia Sara of Lexington and Dave Gushing said to bo of Kenton county Henry You l y tt the state peniten tiary denied any knowledge of the mat ter out of which grew tho Indictment against Caleb Powers He said that he bad never told a dif ferent story from that told on the witness stand SHIPMENT OF LIQUOR Into Local Option Counties Permitted By Interstate Commerce Act Frankfort KyTo court of appeals passed on a case having Important bearing on tho local option districts of Kentucky The C N O T P railway was Indicted and fined CO for having shipped beer from Cincinnati Into Doylo county which Is of local op Uon district Tho railroad appealed and the court ot appeals says that such a shipment Is Interstate commerce and that tho Kentucky local option stat ute does not apply to Interstate shIp mentsTho court says further that even 1C tho beer first was taken from Coving ton to Cincinnati before it was shipped It Is still legitimate Interest ate com merce and that it makes no difference if the common carrier knows or docs not know the beer was made In Kentucky and sent to Cincinnati before being billed to Boyle county Kicked Out of the Booth Lexington KyDr J D KIser re publican challenger for the Darr street precinct was arrested on tho charge of assaulting Sam Smith a negro who registered It Is said that the negro had been fixed to register as a republican but under the rigid exami nation of tho democratic officials be came mixed and Dr Kiser struck the negro in the faco and kicked him out of the booth when an altercation followed Dr Kls r was arrosted but released on ball HeadHls Life Paducah KyA common hammers head saved tho lifo of Moses Butler a farmer Ho had leased ground to Pur year Owens who raised potatoes on It The two quarreled over hoeing the patch Owens pulled a gun and shot three times One ball went directly toward Butlers heart but struck a hammer he held In hU grand and glanced Into his arm shattering the bone A second shot took effect In his leg Owens escaped Was a Terror to Moonshiners London KYDeputy United States Marshal P C Thompson of East Bern stadt near here died of typhoid foyer Ho was the youngest deputy marshal In tho state being only 25 years old He was a fearless omcer and a terror to the moonshiners In this section HII was a son ot former Deputy Marshal George S Thompson and before his appointment had accompanied his father on raids ever since ho was 13 years old McCreary Net a Candidate Richmond Ky Senator James B McCreary said that ho WaS thankful to editors of newspapers and to many friends and to members of confederate camps for their kind and compllmen tary references to him as a democrat who should bo a candidate for vice president on the next national demo cratic ticket He also eald he is not a candidate and will not be a candl date for vice president Siamese Twins Covington Ky Twins bound together In a manner similar to the Sly meso twins of a few years ago were born to Mr and Mrs John Rymarkl wits but carne Into tho world dead The cartilage binding them togethei grow to the hip ot each Both were females Grass Is Getting Short Lexington KyThe Fayette County Dairymens association called hen The Milk Trust has advanced sweet milk from 28 to 39 cents a gallon and creamery butter from 30 to 35 cents a pound Tho reason assigned Is thai grass Is getting short Doomed to the Gallows Frankfort Ky Clarence Sturgeon who killed three men at the homecom- Ing celebration at Louisville last you must awing Friday November 15 w the court of appeals lays confirmed hfi death sentence This announcement was made ny GOT Beckham Farmers Wife Lost Harrodsburg KySirs John W Wlckorsham wife of f farmer left t neighbors house at night to go home and nothing has slnco been seen 01 heard of her Searching parties wen out but found no trace NNeooecoeeeoeoeo lolooNNMeo- oEast Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else In j H mCI frtbrtN ulM itB 4 la till ty tti wrttit Tbs nopo li lit Mr o llIcattn kit u u tTUtie a row U1U Writ welt o uooooooooooouuJACKSON ANKVILLR excornImonwea1ths went to Manchester last Tuesday on legal buslncssMrs Frank Penning ton save birth to a tine girl on Sep- t20ltny Akeman went to JIancheste last Monday on business Lost Mon day evening we had the pleasure of listening to tbo Rev Dr Ball at Con way church He Is a very able mi- nislottho Disciples faith He and Brother William Langclon are holding a series of meetings this week Those who attended from hero were Mrs i Charley Aniyx Mrs Maud Neat 1I8s1 cs Lizzie Johnson Naoma Pcarlle and Dora Akcman B Pennlngton Robcr Akeman Fayctte Edwards Levi niu Henry Pennington The Sundaj schools at Green Hill and Annvllli met last Saturday and had n conven tlou with a basket dinner on the ground nt Annvllle with abundance of good things for all All seemed to enjoy themselves John Sexton and Mrs Mollle Webb the superintend ents deserve much credit for the vrnj the programme was carried out The teachers and the ladles also deserve much praise for their nice dinner 1 William Isaacs bought a farm here from Andrew Isaacs of Berco The Grand Jury adjourned last week and not an Indictment was found In the upper half of Jackson This shows I what the Sunday schools and religion are doing for our county That not occurred Ina long time MissI Sarah Johnson attended Sunday school here last Sunday Mrs Alice Davidson I and Miss Polly Casteel visited Mrs I Maud Neal last Thursday Hiram In I gram has had six cases of typhoid fever In his family One little girl did pot survive the attackJerry York John H Pennlngton and Mrs Martha Moore came in from Hamilton Ohio the first of this week Misses Sarah Johnson Naoma Ake man and Enoch Johnson have returned from a pleasant visit to South Fork They visited the family of former Circuit Judge Harry EversoleE Peunlngton made a business trip to Blaok Lick todayPost office Inspector Keith gave all the offices a call last week but found all O KMlsses Lizzie Johnson and Mattle Medlock have been Very sick but are better nowJoe Johnson and M Holcomb took abnnch of fifty seven head of cattle to the Richmond market las- tlridayMr William Belcher of Jack son passed through here last week on ills way to MeWhorter Died Vesta Ingram last Thursday night daughter of Hiram Ingram of typhoid fever Mr Ugmm und family have our deepest sympathy This snakes three children that have died In loss than three monthsDr and Mrs A T Arum spent last Sunday with Mr Al fred York and family Dr G W C ck ctlfbrntod his 80th birthday Sept CO with a nice dinner for his friends and children All who attended had I a very ntce time The doctor is the oldest uractltldner in this part Most eeroneIothis neighborhood la thru saving fodder This has been the best time to work we have seen in I ycnrsMr Hiram Ingram lost a val uable colt last week Miss Emma Jones Passed thru here yesterday on her way to visit her sliter Mrs Alex Newman near fast Bernstadt Mr 1 Lee Webb attended Sunday aohool at Green 11111 yesterdayyits Georgia Akt man who has been on a visit in Covington Is expected home today Our Sunday cchuul la reorganized cud elected a now superintendent and teachers for the last quarter of the present year 4 OBVY1IA1VK October 7 Farmers are vory busy foddering The new Sunday school of pry Ridge Is projrojMlug very nicely Lost Saturday and Sunday rt Jh regular meeting at Blooming Grove l with Rev William Jolumon as preacher Wo had a good meeting and a largo crowd attended William Hay Is hauliiig fodder in today from W It EugleB J F Hays is In the tie bu- smess110 had a large trustee race at I Deylldun district Saturday Wo elect ed Janice Stldliam as trustee James Kceley W II tingles driver is out on the road today This year the hog ralsurs of tills part will have sue was in raising hogs i I Sept 2STho UVTIIA people of this place are very busy taking carebf their fodder Miss Emma Langdon visited the dentist at Burning Springs this week mill hud some work done on her tetthA big revival meeting has Just closed ar Sleel Chapel It was con ducted by the Methodist brothers Dir4 W 11 Langdou la sick There Is Ringing at Pleasant Grove Katunlav evenings and Sundays with Smith I Fonts as teacher El ihu Estrldgo has returned from Clay County with a nice bunch of cattleSunday school v at High Knob Is nicely with J S Teague as SUPOrln1 Her ti rt ootiootloootootlorotio F Smith of Hamilton ItendentA his uncle Isaac Tcagu this weekThe Rev Mr Ball has been holding services at Conway for a Idw days this week OlunNIIALL Sept 37Mrs Liza MInter wife ot Bud MInter died Tuesday Sept 21 with consumption The end came rather suddenly and was a great surprise to many of her friends thoug it had long been known that her hcalt was falling She was an excellent wo man a devoted Christian having been a member of the Methodist Church many years and loved by all who knew her She leaves a husband nino children several brothers and sisters with a host of relatives and friend to mourn her loss She had lived a life so pure that she had no fear to walk through the valley and shadow of death The family has the sympathy of the entire community She will sleep but not forever There will be a glorious dawn We shall meet to part no never On the resurrection morn When we see a precious mother That wo loved with such care Suddenly taken from our home How our aching hearts despair Round her silent grave wo linger Till the setting sun is low Feeling all our hopes have perished With the one we cherished so She will sleep but not forever In the lone and silent grave Blessed be the Lord that taketh Blessed be the Lord that gave In the bright eternal city Death can never never come In hula own good time Ho calls us From our Home Swcel Home IlumuyOct 7Mr Henry I been sick for the past few weeks It able to begin work again Little Delbert Ncoly and a younger brother were playing with dynamite Saturday even lug when It exploded and tore off twc of Delberts fingers and Jarred them both considerably Misses Laura and Nannle Hatfield and Myrtle Click vie ited Miss Minnie Hays of Clover Dot tom Saturday night and also attended the box supper at Cave Spring chursli Sunday Mr G W Johnson made n business trip to McKee Saturday Mr and Mrs Henry Click visited nl Mr James Clicks Sunday Mr G W Johnson has purchased a barn iron Mr James and Sallle fleece for 176 Married October 3rd Mr P Hobbs and Miss Eva Jones They have best wishes of all friends There will IK speaking at the church house hen Wednesday evening October 9th nl 2 oclock Everybody is Invited to come and hear a good speech Mr James Click attended oourt at Rich mond Monday Mr and Mrs John Powell visited Mr Powells parents Mr and Mrs Lafayette Williams Saturday night Tho school election was held at the school house Saturday evening Mr Larkin Korby was elected to serve as trustee Mr Jns Williams and family attended church servlces nt Grassy Springs Sunday IIUIILRV Oct 10 Everybody enjoyed a nice Imo at the association at Hurley last I bOUnmUII1fedS nt Berea Sunday after a two weeks visit with friends and relatives at this placeOld Uncle Wesley Gabbard and hree children of lIooton Creeek were noved to his son Palestine Gabbardn last week The old man has been inn critical condition for some time mt seems to be getting somewhat bu- terMr and Mrs Jake Gabbard Jr ilsltcd friends and relatives at Sand Lick Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs W M McColium Mr and Mrs lacob Gabbard attended the funeral ot Joseph Harrison which was preached at McKeo Sunday Mrs Vniilp Nicholas and eon Ben passed hru lucre Saturday on her way to Cerby Knob to visit hoi sister Mrs Sallle Powell wjio is very sick She stopped on her way and took dinner vlth her unejo and auut Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard at Hurley Jus Gab wd has gone to Villa Grove 111 ivhere he will be gone for some time Sltha Angel was the guest of her cousin Naunle Gabbard Sunday John Gabbard and W M Isaacs of tear Waneta wore in this community Friday cattlo buying Rlley Gabbard mud Jobe Morris made a business trip to Parrot Sunday MiKii Oct Qulte a number of our peo pie attended the Association at Indian Creelc last Friday Saturday and Sun lay Several members of the Clark lodge t 0 O F attended the dedl atlon of the Drip Rock Hall on last Saturday One hundred and fifteen Odd Fellows were in tho procession at education A largo crowd was in attendance and it will be remembered as a Red Letter day by Odd Fellows IDr W T Amyx and H F MInter will leave McKee next Monday en route to Gerogctown to attend the Grand Lodge I O O FTho editor of Tho Citizen stopped over night In McKee one night this week He Is making an extended trip thru the mountains Mrs William Lynch died wnslburrledIly have our sincere sympathy She left a husband and several children to mourn her departure Grace tho llttl sickIevery Sunday morning at 930 and song service at 030 P M Sunday eve I ningMr S E Welch Srand Mia Lucy Welch left last Monday for Ir vine Ky where they will probabl make their future home Miiimr Oct 4Cane making is the onl sticking Job hero at present Greci Morris has a sitting Job feeding tile mills It seems to suit him fine The people are all thru fodering nt this place at the present tuneIt continues to rain around hereMr Jos Towles Is our carpenter of this country Wo are glad to have Mr Towles The workingmen of this place hay made a strike for higher wages iron 60 cents to LOO per day and rccclvct it nil O ItLets keep the Citizen 01 the boomIOOOCIILAMI Oct GRev James Lunsford wll preach at Sycamore the first Saturday and SundayJ W Phillips returned last Saturday from a drumming trill thru the mountains of Eastern Ken tuckyTom Gabbard who cut his foot very badly some time ago is slowly improving Mrs Hattie Jones hon the sick list but Is somewhat im provedEdna flies James Hattie and Alice Phillips of Frankfort arc visiting friends and relatives in Jack son and Rockcostle Counties May their trip to the mountains be one of Joy and pleasure James Lunsford Is doing some carpenter work on his Jwelllng In Goochland Wiley Coffee and family left here Thursday for Tennessee where they will make their future homeKenneth Lunsford was In Willie ThursdayW A Phillips and W W Anglin visited friends near Double Lick last Sunday Floyd Peters had a fodder pulling Thursday and in old fashioned dance followed All report a hlco thuaMrs S Sparks Willilaoother blacksmith shop Is going up In Ooochland which makes the third one that is doing business at this place Leonard Martin was In town Friday Paul Owens John M Phillip Homer and James Phillips wont hunting Friday They report game to be plentl fu1Lana Lakos and Ilion leases of Evergreen were In Goochlnrid tut reek Elmer Anglln of Donbloltck lost n tine mule worth JCIOMr San ford Isaac while coming from church last Saturday night Ml over the Sand tock cliff breaking lilt shoulder Some of his friends came to his r- cuellr James Marcum and MM Al 110 V Alcorn were quietly murrlwl at the home of the bride Thursday oven Ing May their Joy and pleasure be- ns great as the waves on the ocean md their troubles bo ne light AS the oamCnaslo Drew of Evergreen was risking at her unclos J Luiufonl Sunday Daniel Collins who line been gone to unknown parts has returned 110 says therd Is no plato llkeold Ken ucky I OUJIKV Oct 5The farmers aro foddering and making sorghum at prcwuti SI Howard and II S Ponder are nt tending court at Mt Vernon pan and W It Ponder John Rtete nod lob Bullock attended tho Junior via nlo at Pine Hill Saturday Sept 38 Rev D Parker filled his regular np ointment at Corinth church last Su- aayJ C Bulloek was In Mt Vemon Irst of the week on business Kr rybody seems tp bo Interested in the led 11111 Literary society The nt endanco Is largo Caleb Mullins rent to Cincinnati Sunday to accept a position with theL N R R W If Ponder went to East BerniUdt tile first of tho weekAlex Allen of Jooksburg was In this vicinity Thurs dayThe Infant child of John Durham was burled at Red Hili Wedircs dayRev W J Alcorn of Gooch land visited Rev D Parker Friday nlshtMrs Tand Recso visited her laughter Mrs Robert Cartees at looksburg Monday lUSIUTANTA Oct 7Mrs 0 M Payne gave birth to a fine boy Sept 30Jolm Smith of Tennessee is moving on the DO iowlcs farmSpencer Abney lsat tending circuit court at Mt Vernon IL J Abney has gone to Richmond this week on business Major Gadd sold a flno mule to Elmer Anglin of Jackson county Mrs Dettlo Cues nut wasvery sick last week but Is better nowl W Todd lies bought inglln Bros stock of goods and Is going to run a store at CUmaxA- W Stewart Is in Madison county this week buying landL F Rowlett has roved to Berea where he expects to run a blacksmith shop Rev Culton of Richmond attended church on- t ra Brush Creek Saturday and Sunday 0 M Payne has bought the largo atock of goods of Abney PaynoJoh Swlntord has declined the idea of go- Ing to Arkansas to live with his son lie says that ho is too old to make such a long trip IOWSLEY COUNT IIKST are very bus saving fodder Wilson Blckncll who has been 111 for some time died near hero Oct 3rd and leaves ninny friend to mourn his departure Too man babies for such a small town say the neighbors of this place Born to the wife of Robert W Creech Sellt 30 a fine girl baby Born to the wife of Wesley A Dotner Oct J a fine girl baby Born to the wife of Dr Jno D Herd Oct 2 two fine girl babies Members of tho Owsle Rebckah Lodge No CO I 0 0 F are planning to give a public picnic at this place Saturday Oct Bth Ballard Beg ley and Miss Agnes Underwood won united in the ties of matrimony nt this place Saturday Sept 27th Elder J B Rowlett officiated We extend our wishes to them for a useful and happ life VINCKNT Oct 41 am glad to say that most every family in and around Vincent receives The Citizen each weekTh schools of Owslcy are progressing fn under the able management of our worthy Supt and a Well qualified corps ot teachers Burgoyuo Botncr Istnt- he store again after a short vacation H H Malnous has purchased a ties Home Comfort cook stove Ho earl In spite of short crops tho economj of tho stove will push him through Stavchauling Is the principle go at presentJohn Chestnut Is up fron Icidlcburg for a short visit T n Tenable and Rufus Jackson wore at leattyvlllo Thursday on bllslnossi iorghum making and fodder pulling Is the general go at present Hon W- O Bradley will speak In Interest of thu Republican ticket at Beattyvlllc I Oct SWould be glad to hear from our Congo Laurel County correspondent more regularly Tho new railroads progressing fine from Heldleburg to tho forks of Duck Fork Uncle Den Bother of Travellers fleet was over to see his brother Boaa Isaac undayIiampton Malnous was nl Travellers Rest Saturday night riding tho merrygoround Succoes to Time CItizen ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST llllXNOII Sept toThe pooplo In this vlrtn Ity aro getting ready to cut corn iovoral of this place attended the Odd follows dedication at Drip Rock Sat inlay All report a nlco tllUeW U Combs of Reran Ky came yoaterda ifter a stray mare that has btiu u J M Kindreds plaeo duce lave Fridt Mr Charlie Bicktell and Mla Aim ogadou Mlae Hatile John in i Darker and Mr John W HkknH lisa Lena Olcknell and Mr Hut Il Land Muse Beetle Ulckmll said Hi Vlllle OVntry all attended elutiiu it vnob Lick Sunday oviiiliK lit Id Kindred and Wallace thri man cullci U their heat girls yisunliy Cl MIIU Mrs allies L Ulcknrll ion iliillri i toiled Mrs Dlckmlls parents li Vcdueaday and Thurcdaj Mr 11 levis and little daughter Cecil iin telling Mm ItevlJ 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