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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w gyp ii IJHESIIJE X oete e I BEREA PUILISHIHtCt f IXe RrORATMB 0 iSTANLtY FROST Manger o icltmInllM +IuJItealOmiyukcsd S lInu uttn o to of 5 iin oo o Vol IX Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY OCTOBER 1007 One Dollar year No r NEWS OF THE WEEK Emperor Near DeathJohn Mljche to RetlreMrs Chtdwlck Famou Swindler Dead Emperor Francis Joseph of Auslrl and Hungary U seriously 111 and na his an old man ho la not expected to get well Ilia death la likely to caus a great deal of troublo In Europcai politics and may result In some wars Tbo natlopu of Europe are each atrah that the others will try to take som land aWRY from them because el1ch has been stolen from at somo tlm or other and has a grudge against 1111 tho rest To keep each nation from getting too strong different nation make agreements together and aro Tory careful to keep what U called a balance of power to that no ono nation and its friends wilt bo Btroni enough to beat the rest Several of those agreements were made by Frond Joseph and as they may atop on lili death It Is possible that somo nation will believe that with him out of tho way It U Wrong enough to natUf soma old grudge and shirt n war There wore rumors In Woshlngtoi rihat tho Government would take conI t ol of the Jamestown Kxposltloi which has so tar lost n groat deal of money for all the men who have liar anything to do WIth U and try to pu Jt In a bettor business condition makes a total of i jttvn to that school and shown tha some college that are thought rich an not very wealthy I John Mitchell president ot the con I miners union and ouo of tho loadlni labor men of the world Is BO serlousl 111 that be baa had to be operated ot and ho announced that lit would not again fill his position at the head of the union Tho president has spent tho wool hunting In tho Louisiana oano broke Ho has moved hU camp twice ant has killed one deer but In general hai bad bad luck and poor sport It II uncertain just how long bo will re main thorn Tho president of tho telegraphers who struck all over tho country two months ago declared that there Vroi no chance of winning the strlko and advittd tho men to go back to work but they refused to do BO Mrs Casslo Cbadwlck the famoui swindler who borrowed monoy ah know sho could never repay from many rich men and caused tho wreak Ing ot a bank and louses to bun drcds of poor pcoplo at Oborlln 0 died In tho penitentiary Sho war baptised Into tho Roman Catholic Church before her death but matt no confession as to what ahe did with tbo huge sums sho got Tho United States Supremo Court opened Tuesday for the winter One of the oases which will bo heard thin winter Is that ot Borea College Involving tho of the law which drovo the colored stu dents from the school and greatly crippled It financially Tho case will bo heard about January 15 Dr John N Thomas ot tho U S Marino Hospital Service reported that South American countries were fretjr from yellow lover which baa caused thousands of deaths each year for centuries than they bavo ever been before Tho sending ot telegraph messages across the Atlantic Octau without wires was expected to begin Tuesday f William Marconi tho Inventor of one t Jform ot wireless telegraph expected to begin sending business messages at a lower rate than they can be carried over tho cables I Tho great now steamship Lusltanla broko all records for crossing tho Atlantic Ocean making tho trip in tour days and a little over twenty hours This Is about five hours Quicker than It has ever been done before The steamer Frldjaof In which Wal ter Wellman carried north the balloon with which be said he would try to reach the pole was sunk near Ice land and only one member of her crew of seventeen men was saved The steamer Cypress WM also poet foundering In Lake Superior and nineteen of her crew of twenty went down with her It Is thought at Washington that the advance of prohibition In the I Southern States may bring about a eonsolldatloa of the revenue districts and that a considerable reduction of officers lu the revenue service will take place The International Missionary Con TelIon of the Disciples Church began a weeks convention In Norfolk Va last Friday The Chicago National baseball team defeated the Detroit American team for the baseball bl the world A J1 1 NT S OFFICE I3EHEA KY ThE CITIZENthe the ooooooete IKENTUCKY 17 a constitutionality ebaraploMhl J AJ Sullivan NomlnatedNew York Republicans Dad Mistake The Democratic campaign In this state has begun to show many sign of breaking down The candidates on the stump havo taken to makln charges and assertions that are dill proved almost as fast as they are uttered or havo fallen back to calling names and making all kinds of wild accusations In the bopo of gettlm people to stop paying attention to tho real charges which tilt Republican are making and proving Young Mr Deckham who line been advertising himself as ono of tho countrys great men that evcrybod wanta to see showed first signs of losing his head In a speech at Stan ton ho made a wild attack on ExGoi Bradley saying that tho charge against tho Democratic ring with which Bradley has been stirring up tho honest people ot the state were reckless untruthful pitiful and child lib Ho did not oven try to answc tho charges which are so doflnlt that he could easily disprove them it they were art true A similar spocci at v Beatlyvlllo whore perhaps lOOi peoplo gathered to hear him so die gusted tho crowd that before ha Ot thru there were not 160 people loft In the house Another evidence of tho tact tha many old line Democrats have been unablo to stay with the ring that Is running that party was sear in th I fact that Mr Bryans tour was mad almost entirely in tho districts which have been considered strongly Demo cratlc The purpose of a spoeobmak Ing tour Is to make votes of course so It Is seen that tho Democrats I1re afraid of not having tho votes thoy need oven la tho districts whore tho havo been strongest They do want to make a showing somewhere Another heavy blow to tho cmDo crate was struck when It was provcI that Mr Hager had been mlsreprcsen Ling the things that wore done while ho was Auditor He has been saylni that the penitentiaries have ooenI made wlfsupportlng by him that tho care of convicts cost tiltI state nothing But Dots L Bruno has got after him and proves frou tho books of the State Auditor that tho penitentiaries havo coat tho stati 000000 since 1SOS 110 offers to glvt I 100000 bond that tho entire Republl nan ticket will retire from tho field If any competent auditor will natter Ify his statement Nobody seems t I want to take up tho offer At tho close of a ScottsvJllo Ky meeting a Wlllson Democrat Club was organized enrolling fifty Members In less than an hour Six Con tcdcrato soldiers are Included The club will begin an aggressive can race at once- Meanwhile Bradley and Wlllson are continuing their speechmaking tours tnd aro making votos as often us they make speeches Pcoplo familial with tho political conditions In the stato are feeling more and more sure that tho Republicans will win be avuBo there Is so largo a desertion From the ranks ot the Democratic par t1 by Democrats who aro too honest to vote for such method and men is havo been seen in tho mat few rears Tho Clinton Gazette a Democratic paper In discussing tho offer to grant Governor Taylor immunity from ar rOlt It ho should return to Kentucky to testify In tho Powers case says Tho offer by Mr Franklin and Gov 3cckbam ot Immunity from arrest if ho would como to testify in tho Powers cane was a mere campaign card It seems to have been made through ho public press and not pro forma to Mr Taylor himself We havo no Mtlence with such cheap methods in willies We protest against tho belittling of Goebels assassination by uch politics Better the cases against owera and Taylor were dismissed than that the crime of crimes In l en1 uekyt history should be made a plaything ot by coldblooded politicians of son County convened at Richmond Ky Saturday and the Committee and j a number of Democrats present resolved Into a convention and as only Ion J A Sullivan had announced his candidacy for tho Legislature hot was declared the nominee of the cratlo party and accepted In anap1 roprlate speech John 0KversoIe of Owsley County rlday at Frankfort filed a mana- ma I petiUfla directed to the Secretary of Stato seekiHg a place on the ottlcI a ballkM tae Republican candidate for Ju4eottfie Thirtythird judicial strict effjCeatueky L D Lewis of OntlHM im Hlghth Isgej r lllMe n J G CRABBE IlrjiuMIrnn Cunillilnli fur alnte Sti rrllri 1rnt ofSchool whodelivered n tlnendilreM 111 Keren WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR CRABBE Superintendent of Schools and a picture of him It is sorry that it cannot have him Shake hands withevery reader of the paper so that all couldsee what a fine clever good man he is The control of the public sfioos comcs closer to every father of a family than anyo1icr thing to be deci ded at this election His concience and love of make him want a goo governor in place of the ringcon trolled person who has sat in the chair for years his de sire to avoid high taxes and levalueofwhat he pays makes him want a good auditor and a legislature that will stop the graft that has become wide spread but it is his own flesh and blood the future happiness andsuccess of his children and the credit and reputation of hisfam sly that are affected by who schools The state superintendent is the man is closest to the children of the state and so he is closest to the hearts andhomes of the parents the state should be most carefully chosen He a man who knows about schools who has managed them is clean in life honest true clever and thoughtful He should be in all ways a man good enough to take care of your children for party is fortunate in having on its ticket a man of this kind His face shows that he is Isuch a man His speech here showed it and ifevery voter could shake hands with him there is no doubt that he would be overwhelmingly elected He has for years been the manager of the schools of Ashlandwhich have become about the best in the state through his care He islhe kind of a man you would be proud to have for a friendyou cpuld trust him with your pocket book or our childs character A Democratic candidate for the Assemblysaid after hearing him speak Well Ill be satisfied if Crabbe is elected Hes all right And he is allrightSeveral teachers not only in Berea but in other places have said they were surprised at the character of the man the Democrats nominated He has neither the reputation as a teacher nor the good face nor the fine character of Mr Crabbe The explanation is that no man so good as Crabbe would run with the Democra tic ringsters There are reasons this year for voting for all the Republican candidates but for every father wtyo cares for the education of his children and for every brother who loves the little ones at home it is a duly to vote for Mr Crabbe PRESDENT BLANCHARD COMING Free C A Blanchard of Wheaton College Ills will be in Berea over Sunday He will preach In the Union Church Sunday morning and will ad dress the students in the chapel in the evening On Saturday night he will speak to the college convocation in the Library He will probably re main over Monday and Tuesday giv ing several talks to the students ALARM FOR SMALL FIRE A violent alarm ot fire was turned in from the west end ot town at about eleven thirty Saturday night tnd there was a general rush in that dlr action The college firemen respond ed well as did the excitement hunters that always turn out toa thing of that kind After a heart breaking rut of about a mile towards Nathan Welshs home where the fire was the boys were met by a messenger boy FAIRBANKS TO BE HERE VicePresident Fairbanks will soon come to Kentucky to make a tour ot the state He will travel on a special train and has promised to stop at Be rea for twenty minutes delivering a short speech Mr Wlllson will be with him and probably will also speak Mr Fairbanks was at one time mentioned as a candidate for president and Mr Willson will probably be the next governor so everybody ought to turnout to see and hear them The date will probably be October 25iLONDON OFFICERS FIGHTI Chief of Police Eb W Moren and City Tax Collector Robert Root of London engaged In a dose range pie tol duel in which both were seriously injured Friday night Two years ago both men were candidates for City MarshalThe arose over some trivial Jokes and Root fired first V 71i 775 L HERE Fine Address on Political Issues and Schools Given by Candidate for Superintendent Jo O Crabbo tho Republican can dldato for Stato Superintendent of Schools spoke in Bcrea last Saturdaj and received the hearty endorsement of tho town and many of the college teachers After the meeting It WIlS said by almost all who heard him that If he could only show himself tall the voters In the state there woul beno doubt of his election mil speech was one of tho best heard In these parts this year and proved a strong vote getter For some reason or other tho speak ing bad not been so well advertised as the importance of the speaker and of his subject deserved and as a result tho crowd attending was small at first and at no time grew to tho size It would have been If It had beet more widely known Nevertheless It was a good audience and It more than made up In enthusiasm what It lacked In numbers Mr Crabbos welcome in town 11180 was enthusiastic He was escorted to points of Interest by a reception com mlttoe during the morning and WIlS curdlally greeted everywhere Whe tho time for the meeting came he wa met by tho college band and a smal crowd of enthusiastic voters and wa escorted to tho chapel whero tho ou dtouco had gathered The receptlo committee for tho occasion Include W J Tatum J W Stevens Prof J W Dlnsmorc R II Chrlsnian B II Gabbard W G Nicely and J W FowlerPresident Frost of tho Collego In Introducing Mr Crabbe declared that Republicans would havo great pleas ure in voting for both candidates an a platform which command respcc and enthusiasm He spoke of the need of good schools then turned to the Democrats present and after dc nounclng as dishonest unfair and din honorable tho present stato govern ment the election methods and the districting of the state appealed to the Democrats who would be hones in personal affairs to bo honest In po Itics lie made an appeal for fair ness by both parties in all election at fairs and showed that the presen leaders of the Democratic party wet such that the better members of the party were no longer prominent in it He drew an effective parallel betweet the Republican platform and tho DenJ ocratlc lack of principle and thin endorsed tho Republican candidates closing with a prediction that Mr Crabbe would be elected whoovei might lose an exposition of the Importance of the office and a fine trib ute to the man Mr Crabbos strong address was di vided into two parts ono dealing with the general political Issues the other with tho school question showing hU thoro mastery of the things dealt with- y tho office to which he seeks elec ton He appealed strongly for the absolute elimination of all politics in school affairs and In all his address ratlc voters ho referred with great i once to the example of Secretary Taft in turning on and defeating tho corrupt I Republican ring in his own state and his argument that what is patriot- Ic on ono side of tho river Is patriotic in the other met with enthusiastic applause Beginning with tho passage of the infamous Qocbel law and the steal- Ing of the TaylorGoebel election and Following the chain ot crlmo and mud by the rlngstera down to the present day he proved by tho testimony of leading Democrats the unfitness it the present rulers of the state to govern and tho deep corruption which has stained thd state The Bailey precinct the Princeton frauds and the Louisville scandal each scored a point Ills arraignment of tbQ premature primary of last year and the frauds against Democrats appealed to the Democrats with even More force and each exposure ot would do if in charge of the public tthool There were many teachers in ho audience experts in the subject liscussed and the marked approval with which they received his remarks bowed that they endorsed his ideas lot less marked was tho approval of the fathers and mothers in the audl ace and as the meeting dosed the iredlctloa that Crabbe would win r- r i i v rolveieuoeeNeMeMMNp sThe CItizen is Grwlfll RAP E- i Idly Let Year lesiss- o Keep Pace With It By Avlr usingoSoooooeooeoeDevoted Interests Mountain People I 0000001to VITHTHECANDIDATEtDemocratic KentuckYjtoday IPROF byMr superintendent successfullywho you- TheRepr6lica For1tuaately CRABBE SPEAKS DemIoemtic nalljon orlBotcallIdldate THINGS TO THINK OF i REPUBLICAN TICKET GovernorAUGUSTUS E WILL N of Jefferson Count For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of Mason Count For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES CO1For I ot Brecklnrldge County For Supt of Public Instruction J S CRABE of Boyd County For Comr of Agriculture N C RANK1N of Henry County For Clerk Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Pulaski County I For Railroad Comr 3rd district A T SILER of Whitley County I I I I II I I H I I I I II I I II J 1 ti Of the two kinds of people in tho world those that dont got on and those that do thoso that do are generally beholden to those that dont President Lincoln ono mornliyc found that a robins nest containing three little robins bad been knocked oft an evergreen tree near tho Whlta HOUSQ by a careless cabdriver Kneel ing on tho ground and putting the birds back In tho nest he replaced it saying These birds are helpless rind Ill mako them happy again If any little word of mine May make a life the brighter If any little song of mlno May make a heart the lighter I God help mo speak tho llttlo word And take my bit of singing And drop It in some lonely vale To set tho echoes ringing three negroes were lynched at Tint lea Miss last week for stealing la speaking of tho outrage the Courier Journal says Tho mob which lynched three negroes for burglary at TIm Ica Miss was composed of deter mined citizens whose lawlessness Ja a greater menace to peace than that of the worst negro unhanged POSTMASTER WILLIAMS DEAD LONDON KY Oct HTho lion J T Williams Postmaster of this city and one of tho pioneers of Lontion and Laurel county died at h1 home here shortly after midnight o organic heart disease His death was i udden and unexpected Mr Williams was sixtyeight years ild and had been a prominent factor In London and Laurel county for half It century He had held several posh tons Including a term as Sheriff and he served many years as Mayor of ondonOne of his sons the lIon D If Vllllams Is Sheriff of Knox county nd the other James Williams Is a merchant ot this city His two married daughters are Mrs Charles 1I- Lord ot Now York City and Mrs fIJ W Carnahan of Cincinnati He was universally known as Low Ions Grand Old Man NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES l FACE TWO erlal The Cattle of LIs etnperance Note FAGE THREE Fewiof Ilerea ColICe Items r PAGE FOUR t ommcnUnveitment Swindles Conviction not Philosophy lint whnt vnu went eletrephrs Troubles Th Youth Department PAGE rITE Farm and Garden he Sunday School lmooniPAGE SIX Jloot Ball The Homo Household Hint TIe Farm llve Stock Not In Our Owu State rAGE SETEK Y eneral sews 0 eeent State New rAoE LIOR7 Jtitern Kcntmikj Corr poriU nce olttloal i f j i J I YY- t e i V BYY1R77l1RIfEMlY Jf f7PJ2fif7151 4 19 Y tS CqI81iYYJ CHAPTER V Continued Mko tho others you think I have fofolted tho right to ono word of 1t ipalhy Moro than all the others I should Uitik she answered calmly without Li Citation Yes I said wearily you have placed a placard on my back as they lsed to put a high paper cap on tho byAln school On tho cap tho school baStcrs used to write the word Dunce on the placard you have written the word Coward And yet t am not quite a coward Do you re fuse to see that I am simply ono of Ihftso open whose fate It has been to be tried to the uttermost Forgive n I am appealing to your sympathy after alt Yon resent that It is quite natural It was a moment of weak Aess Again I pushed back my chair She regarded me half curiously Perhaps eho noticed I was haggard ind pale Perhaps in spite of herself the was a little sorry for me Oh C suppose aho said very pQntly that there Is something to bo said in tho defense of everyone fly and by I may feel less bitter toward you Mr Haddon I shall remember that you did not sparo your lelf that you might not have told meher voice fell to a whisper everything Thank you for saying so much If there were any reparation I would make It You should know that Reparation Her eyes flashed How can you speak of reparation T And is there no atonement poss ble even for the most wretched She looked down at mo almost sternly for eho had risen at the ques lion Then as If a thin veil had been drawn from her face I saw the gentle pity of womanhood reflected there A Btrange sweetness camo Into her voice as she spoke slowly almost unwill ingly It was a mystical message of comfort she was bringing to mo She was suggesting a way of hopo after all Because of you a life has been lost to tho world I leave out tho per tonal loss to myself Because of your weakness to call it by the most charitable name the world It the poorer for ono strong soul Yes I said humbly yes But if she spoke more eagerly If througk you a life were saved for tho worldIf it were to be a life for a lICef A moment 1 stared at her uncom prehending She had suggested a way of escape so romantic that to ono liv ing in this twentieth century it may seem absurd But tho very audacity of the suggestion appealed to me Yes I cried passionately I un derstand It is to be a life for a llfo In some way no matte how I am to save a fife for the lIfo that has been lost through mo- At least that should restore your retf respect sho assented almost coldly She wished me to understand that whatever I might or might not do was no concern of hers But I was not to bo discouraged And if I am so fortunate as to ac- complIsh thlaI held her eyes steadily will you I should say rather will the world your world remember that Shall I then stand on tho same plane as other men In your respect I vouch nothing for the world and certainly not she added haughtily for myself I felt an emotion that was very near that of triumph It Is extraordinary how in the most sacred of moments the passion to conquer to subdue obtrudes Itself Henceforth whether this woman would have It so or not there waa a bond between us She had suggested way of escape I accepted It with passionate gratitude I swore to myself aa I stood before her that I would not rest until I had ac complished the sacred task sho had set me I answered with a boldness that surprised oven myself From this day my ono objnct In life shall bo to make the reparation you have suggested But wheu that Is Bono you will know It I saw her hand tremble as she light ly touched her hair It was not so much embarrassment that brought theslow blush to her cheek as anger She turned from me without a word I watched her disappear with a strange exultation CHAPTER VI The Other Woman There is no enemy that the aver urge man munt crush more ruthlessly beneath the iron heel than his imagin ation Tho ties of home of society the necessity of earning his dailY bread these are barriers that hems him in the narrow rut of routine and duty Ho dare not look over the romance that beckon alluringly Or if ho dare he must throw prudence and sometimes conscience to the wind But occasionally a cataclysm both physical and mental thrusts one with uut the familiar landmarks Tho habits of a lifetime are forgotten then It 10 then that one dares the Impossible and refuses to see to what extravagant and iantAdtte extrcmMbe I in recklessly plunging From dreaming U action but a c step It is true that tho divine mad ness too soon passes tho reaction comes ono Is restored sharply to the normal poise by tho rude awakening that comes with failure or with self consciousness But sometimes conso quences are already set in motion and it is too late to draw back there Is nothing for It but to bo borne on ward with the tide So It was with me I might return to Americatake up the threads ot life where I had left them laugh at the newspaper accounts of tho tragedy ieny them or at least live them down If I did that I should know exactly what would happen to me I could count upon just how much hap piness would come to my life how much Interest routine and duty would yield me But my imagination had been set aflame A world of chivalry and ro manco beckoned to me alluringly And If I trod the mazes of that fairy world there would be nono to ridicule for there would be none to know that I had set out to find It It it proved to bo only a world of dreams and fan tasy I should at least have had the delicious excitement of seeking it of playing makebelieve the most fas Woman cinating game after all ii said for boy or man I had coma to Europe secretly cherishing tho hope that just SOch an adventure would como to mo as had happened tonight The 33 years of my life had been passed in an atmosphere unusally dead and prosaic When I had left tho university I bad acted as secretary to an uncle a multimillionaire who lived in an obscure town of the middle West I had trudged the dreary and stupid circle of business routine my eyes bent somberly to earth Success had come or what world calls success money and a measure of respect that Is given to lone with a substantial bank account But that is not life And then bne day I awoke I real- Ized with a start that life was slipping away from mo and with the hours tho golden aspirations and delights that mako life worth while I was simply a machine rather a CO- In the huge machine of business I rebelled In ouo day I broke the shackles that bound me I was free My life was at last my very own I could do with It what I pleased I could go where I And so I had come to Europe 1 had hugged to my breast tho common but pathetic delusion that across the seas I should find something just what I did not know something that would make llfo more joyous give to It charm and Interest- I had searched diligently for the magic talisman in strange cities and of courso I bad not found It The blue flower is not to be plucked so easily Instead of happiness and diversion disgrace and misery had come Should I return home then ImbHtered avert lag tho eyes Or should ravail myself of the way of escape which this woman had lightly suggested And If I chose to consider It a quest a challenge1 there was none not ev n- iho to forbid though sho of all the pcqplo in tho world would be tho last to consider it such And It tcrtttt e tided me as It aids most adventurous souls I would sock her out though I searched the wide world for her And then perhaps I crushed in my hand the pro gramme ot music that lay on tho table Pshaw it was tho woman then that gave to this fantastic mission 1U vague thrill not tho Idea of tho mis sion Itself It was the woman whom I had wronged and who hated me that called Sho sat In the hats in her hands was tho laurel wreath for her I would endure tho shock of bat tleI rat quietly still staring out Into tho night Tho lights of green and red an blue had burned away long ago The lake rocked in its cradle ot shadowy mountains stirred gently undo the moon Tho torraco was al most deserted and still I lingered Disillusionment must como too soon and with tho morrow Inevitable de pressionSuddenly I becarnb 111 at ease 1 turned slowly in my scat I looked furtively about me It was as it I had spoken a secret thought aloud and ono were listening watching- I was watched and with a curious intentness that was almost savage A woman was seated at tho window of tho writing room Sho held rigidly In both hands the English journal In which my photograph had appeared Our eyes met I gazed at her stand- Ing perfectly still It was not embarrassment or anger that held me It was rather wonder For on the faco of this woman wall tho same Intent curious surprise that had astonished mo so much earlier In tho evening when I first met Mrs Brett and her daughterA of surprise is natural enough when the original of a photograph unexpectedly appears before one But I knew that this fact alone did not explain the strained look of rIt Was the AgaIn wished the woman at too open window De fiance or was it sheer anxiety gashed from the burning depths of theso eyes that bold me fascinated Sho stirred I saw her toss the pa per lightly to tho table Then she die appearedI the hotel I paused uncertainly in tho hall then walked swiftly into tho reading room Ap parently It was deserted- I reached for tho paper I tore out the pago In which my photograph appeared I crushed it savagely in my handThere was a light mocking laugh I looked up startled It was tho woman again She stood almost In shadow One bare arm was placed lightly on her hips the other stretched its white length on tho low mantel and supported her- There was something oriental In her magnificent costume The dress was black velvet About her neck hung a narrow stole of Eastern embroidery studded at intervals with turquoises From the extended arm draped a scarf of shimmering gold thread About the left arm both at tho wrist and above tho elbow wero several bracelets of bizarre design Tho corsage too flashed with goms as sho breathed slowly and deeply Her pose as her costume had something almost bar baric in Its sensuous extravagance Tho small bend exquisitely colffured was turned slightly thrown back so that her white throat gleamed out of tbo shadow Tho Ips wore parted still smiling and moro sensuous more brilliant moro devouring than the gleam of tho jewels about hor person was the flame that turned in her eyes She laughed again It was impoasl blo not to know that she was chal- lenglng ins The pose tho look the- duFhaII were a challenge But I waS in no mind to accept It and glanced Idly at the papers on the ta ble Prsaontly I walked toward the door Again heN light hrgatef put sued mo Pardon monsieur she called ctlil mockinglyI and looked silently at tajr tormentorMischievously she pointed a Jeweled finger to a placard on tho wall Guests aro forbidden to carry away tho papers from tho reading room I roadTo assumo a tragic mien at this do llclous bit of badinage would have been absurd I could not help laugh lug But I answered with some pique Hotel proprietors aro forbidden to annoy guests with offensive photographs In the hotel reading rooms That Is a new rulo I shall have placod upon tho walls tomorrow She clapped her hands delightedly A beautiful and mucht ceded rule she murmured bor eyes sparkling Then sho camo toward mo a few stops and stood a dazzling and fascinating figure In the full light Her eyes no longer mocked they bcseeched Forgive mo It was cruel to laugh nut when I catch you like a naughty child ah that is too droll On the contrary madam I should thank you It was my first laugh for weeks Monsieur She came a stop sUll nearer her dress gloaming and RltV toting as slime moved Sho looked at mo pitifully But her sympathy was too easily awakened to be convincing I Under stood perfectly that she had been determined to speak to mo when I first entered the room Madam I said cynically It Is you who are breaking a rulo nowIL rule of society Par example she demanded her eyes darkening- It is forbidden to show sympathy to ono who has been unfortunate She sighed her relief evidently she has expected from mo a banality to the effect that society does not sanction a womans speaking to 6 strange man But sho made a gesture of cot tompttho canard of a newspaper Who believes that All the world apparently I an wared amused at the vigor of bw dental Well I for one do not- I regarded her still cynical and yet- I was moved Hers was the first sympathy shown to mOo I felt In stinctively that It was tho cheap and Insincere sympathy of an adventuress who offered It for her own ends Site would demand Its price presently And yet I was not ungrateful for Mr interest As for tho price well is anything quite gratuitous Whether tho payment be In gold or grUtu3t or love or obedience we all have oUr priceAnd why do you not beHave the account of this newspaper You are a race of warriors One with such blood In ones vales dale not play the coward Not She struck her hand together to emphasize hti conviction A race of warriors I repeated wonderingly line not ovary Bngllsh Rflntleraao tho blood of warriors In his wins rsho protested But I am an American I said quietly Impossible Sho looked at me really bewildered now An Amen can But tho ladles that you spoke U half an hour ago And can an American not speak to Englishwomen 7 I demanded coldly That she should mention them at aU annoyed me Then you are notsho twisted a bracolet about her arm thou looked up swiftly you arc not even a roll lion T I am not oven a friend I said still moro coldly Good night madam Good night monsieur Sho sank Into a fauteuil as one wbs is too astonished to make even til physical effort of standing For the first tlma since she had spoken eho was not acting AH I walked toward tho door sho stared after me frown Ing la her perplexity CHAPTER VII Countess Sarahoff Wins and Loses Tho next mowing when I first awoko I wondered vaguely why thli day seemed to bo so different from tho long and dreary succession ol yesterdays why it promised eagsi hopes and eager interests to be till filled Then I remembered and ntJ pulses beat faster Yesterday I de spalred today I hoped A woman had come Into my life a goddesaDiana of the silver box Chaste and cold as tho snows on lilt Alpine heights I could not see freir my window In the blue distance yet sho had called sho had spoken to me Then disdainfully cruel sho had gout as she had cOme But I was to pur sueTho Tory audacity of my resolutloj gave to it ita charm I was not to rev until I had accomplished my uncertali mission That It was by Its very na turn so incredibly difficult did not daunt mo But how was I to sol about ItT A llfo for a life To env to tho world a strong and buoyant soul for tho strong and buoyant sod that bad perished because of my help lessncsa aiJ my weakness Howove romantic it was a tutictblo onouQl idealBut was I to wander About like t knight of medevlal times seeking It succor ono in peril and distress te rescue beautiful maidens from ogres and terrible dragons I smllbV at the absurd resemblance of my us certain task to theirs TO BB CONTUIUCaj THE CURE FOR WORRY A Suggestion That He cr She of Wrinkled Brow Should Consider Can worry bo avoided or overcome Is tho disease curable without dlvlno Interposition Undoubtedly If thu theory of thoushttrnneferonoo be nc copied as indeed an oetabllshhed Ml online fact because surely an Imago trading upward can be communicated as freelyIf not In tact with greater readiness because ot the larger ro copttvlty for that which Is pleasing as an Image tending downward Thus clearly there may he brought Into BO tlon for success thoso very forces which worry excites for rulu forces which may or may not bo irresistible but certainly are as tho wise doctor earthlylifepoor humans am summon to our aid practlcostantly annoy the Almighty by be seeching hint to Udo them over their petty difficulties Not that their trouble seem slight to them far from It Invariably they are more serious than any others can possibly be but tho mere certainty that It God should stamp thorn out personally Instead of leaving such work as ho does and noicesarise shows clearly enough that In reality all Individual tribulation Is trifling Iroattruthbad fairy nod open tho way out of despondency but better yet Is constant tJltherhlllliellwithin him to perform and having satisfied himself on that scow ho pos s wes an Inalienable right to disre gard all possible consequences and Uonthanspeculation as to whether whoa ho awoke ho will find himself in heaven or In hell Supplement knowledge of tho recognized folly of regret with appreciation of the fact that worry In OY8fhilagtnary llIsuG1c1enttowards the definite elimination of the chief bane of nUUlklJldGtOr Harvey In tho North America Review Copy of Rare Bible Gerrsaayisured In that paunie In dene Its where God told Kve that Adam shall bo her matter nail shall rule over her the Genenn tnuutattoa Is Und er soil dlen herr Mia Mwr which mien master does sat occur in this bible but it Need then ap peen the word sari wMek means fool The error was caused by a quar nil between the printer sad hss wife veageful night she entered tho room where her husband had been setting typo and maliciously changed horr Into nary Tho printer was arrested after tho book bad been printed and the mistake discovered but his ap prentice testified that he saw the wife steal Into the composing room and al ter tho word The woman was Im prisoned for blasphemy and died in prison Orders were given that nil the copies of the edition should be destroyed This was done with tho exception of tho ono copy In the Wolf enbtittql library The Confederate Colonel No claw of men In the world have bettor manners than the southern gen tloman Tho typo of this clast Is a dignified man who insists upon being treated with respect but who always concedes to others that which ho do mantis from thorn Ho is deferential in his manner and assumes that tho customs and views of others arc cu titled to respect In Intercourse with a Spaniard the typical confederate colonel would never by word or gee ture Intimate that ho considered him self In any respect tho superior of tho gentleman with whom ho might bo talking or that his business methods were moro modern In other word tho southern colonel has charming manners and what was written by Native of New England was to say In effect that good manners aro a heel ness assets worth using Baltimore Sun The Peaceful Suburbs Sort of endless chain war with your neighbor tJhT said the visit or from the city How Is that Well replied tho suburbanite his chickens pew over the hedge and ate nil my garden seed I got oven by getting a big tomcat and tho cat ate tho chickens Ah an eye for an eye ch T tYesl but It wasnt long before ho got a bulldog and tho bulldog finished tho tomcat Great Scott I suppose that ended tho feud 7 Not at all I borrowed a cata mount from a wandering circus and that killed the bulldog Now If ho- dont get an elephant to finish the catamount before I can return it to the show I guess Ill come out winner Sympathetic Hearts Its dreadful tho way tho cost of living has gono up Tho prlco of din monds has Increased so my husband found where he went to get mo that tibcklaca ho had promised trio that he cant afford It at all this year Yes it is certainly hard I wonder how poor people manage to lire AN AGE OF REASON Wine Drinking Tailing Into Disuse In Great Britain In tho course of an article on War and Wine dealing with the wino In dustry of southern France the Lon don Dally Mirror comments on tho notable change that has taken place In England during the past 30 years In regard to the use of winos Viewed as a social custom wlnodrlnklng IN stated to be falling into disuse among protontday descendants Of wino dove tees of the olden Unto Tho marked favor with which this Is regarded is shown by tho following quotation which is typical of the present day temperance utterances of wotl known British journals Of courso there are In England and In France many animate relies of the sherry and port wino drlnkln sge just as tho ago of bar loafing is still represented In certain quartern But these are survivals and It 1C perfectly fair to say that tho treat days of wino drinking are over People take a llltlw whisky perhaps a glass of tart or claret occasionally sometimes a llttlo champagne But for thereat this Is not tho age of Bergundy sherry and two bottles of port at dinner It is an age of commonsense in tho matter of eating and drinking The childrens teeth have been set on oolOOr rath er their bones having teen set nchlne with Rout and rheumatism by til fathers oonmrapUon of adulterated winos they have decided to drink lit tlo In future and a very sensible decision U Is When once tbo public holy realize that w many of the ills to which the flesh U heir oan be traced to the use of alcohol either In tho present or In previous g ernUons people for their own sakes will give It up CANDY AND ALCOHOL Appetite for One Fundamentally the Same At for the Other Dr A a Abtott health oommls closer at 1enMjrlvnnla hu propound ed the theory er as ho modeetly pro fees to OlIn It the wepMon that the appetite for alcohol sad the spite tile for candy Are fundamentally Uw sane Ute eketeo of ee or u other Indulgoco being determined by the temperament of the IndlrMaal There U a good dead to b said IN favor of this vlirw Women as a rule take to candy and men to alcohol but women are coming to drink more alcoholic liquors and men to oat more candy Altogether there Is a falling off In the amount of alcohol consumed per capi ta during the last few years says the- N Y Independent and oonoorottnntly with this there has been an astonishing Increase In the consumption ot sugar in all forms In the financial districts and other masculine parts ot largo dUN oonfectlonarlea have mul tiplied M rapidly as almost to rival the saloons A Scathing Arraignment Not long since a New York magic irate Whitman by name In address Ing the New York Lawyers club was moved to make a most scathing ar raignment of tko liquor OaR Ho said Personally It I had the power I would close over Mloon hI the United States and I am not a crank or fanatic on tho liquor question I drink myself wlicnuvor I care to and probably shall continuo to do so I am willing that every other man shall have tho same rights that I have Hut when you sit on the bench that I sit on and see 70 per cent of the eases which come before you and see thu misery distress and crime all duo to llqulr lolling I say any man with red blood In his veins is likely to feel that the world would bo Infinitely better oft if the liquor saloons could bo crushed out cost what it may I bo love it is tho most abominable tho most outraeodus and tho most Inhu man Influence in New York clky Moneyfor Inebriates A movement U on In Cleveland to apply a portion of tho money received by tbo city for saloon taxes to the establishing of a homo for tho treatment of Inebriates Several proml nent Cleveland women nro interested In the project A meeting has been told and a committee appointed ta look into the possibilities of tho Idea In connection with tho Institution would bo operated a homo whoro drunkards could remain after bepg treated and recuperate their energies nnd vitality before being onco more thrust out Into a world of temptation A Move Toward Prohibition In Sweden tho central committee of Proposltlon erendum taken throughout the length and breadth of tho land to determine whether tbo majority of the Swedish people desire the prohibition of tho sale of alcohol or not The recent ac tlon ofthe lower house of tho national parliament in declaring for prohibition gave the first Impulse to this move ment the carrying through of which will bo watched with interest tar beyond tho Swedish frontier A Buiy Committee Tho Presbyterian committee on tent peranco reported to tho general assem bly that during the last year tho com mittee has held 983 meetings in 95 prefbyterios located la 30 synods O h t r In buying Olivo Oil it pays to get the best1 + Italian Olive Oil That is Absolutely Pure You need be troubled by no qimlms of doubt regarding the Olive Oil thatlwe sellYou can come to this store 1 wi thievery assurance that you willon i ly be offered the purest and the bust t This is important in view of the t many adulterations of Olive Oil on 4 the market t As n food tonic and medicine there and few preparations for many oases illness and exhaustion that ap tof Pure Olive Oil pint bottle 250 Pint bottle soc I The Porter Drug Co + INCORPORATED + iMho t o ho oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoa ierea and Vicinity i o o eo a SOURCESo o- eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo e ao oet The Iudustrialwill open for the year tomorrow Friday at the Parish Ilbuse nt one oclock G D Holliday went to Cincinn ati Tuesday on a business trip Mr James D Fletcher writes to The Citizen from Colchester Ills spooking of his pleasure in hearing from his old home lie was thu first inhabitant of what is now Boron having moved into the fIrst cabin on the ridge in 1817 lie also set put the first apple trees on the ridgi lit will be 81 years old on Nov 31 The Citizen is always glad to hear from old Be rasa people and wishes Mr Flet cher A fine and heartyold age Severs Masons went from here to Louisville to attend the meeting of the Grant Lodge there when state officers were to be elected A protracted meeting in being- held it the i4pijt Ihurchwith services every morning and night The nunling are being conducted by the Rev Mr Willett and several conversion have alread7 been made Mr and Mrs Henry Lrtjffellner are being congratulated on the birth of a fine nine pound boy Moses Anglin has traded his house and lot on Jackson St to a farm near Disputantn and will soon move there His health has been such since his had attack of typhoid fever last summer that ho tins to lonve town Lester Hill who has had a vary slight attack at typhoid favor is convalescing and has left the hospital Thu Hey Mr Dagar a mission ary to the Kamemn Mission in Africa has purchased the house nndlot behind he Baptist Church from Sidney Combs and settled there with hit family The work in the Kainarun Mission is so severe that the Presbyterian Hoard wishes every missionary to take along vacation every four yean and the Dagars have decided to make a permanent home in Berea and to educate their children here jfi Hill itnl1 his family who have had part of Dr Cornelius house wifl soon move into the Kirby house noxl to Mr Dugs Mr Williams tHo tombstone man finds marble cutting so ba- duaawuosarw1 1 Why Refer ftto Doctors Because we make medicines for them We give them the formula for Ayers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis r consumption They trust it Then you can afford to trust it Sold for over 60 years Artr Chrrr Feclaml li a remedy tint ibmild be In very home I bye u a area- ldal of It for rd cough and eoldt and I know what a splendid nirdlelne U It I ran not recommend tl too 1IblrMAnlt K Don EN lIde lark Nu L sHad LowautllaHlAltO llJers StRSAPARtlU PILLS LAIR VMOC CherYyJ c oro 11 Ji osoeoeosoe I for his health that he will return to his farm in northern Kentucky Dick Chit who lost an eye some years ago is having serious trouble with the other one and lus been taken to the hospital for treat mont by Dr Cowloy VnrringtonOre the first time in fourteen years Tho children of C F Horton formerly a teacher hare and now in the contracting business all Wiliiomsburg have had scarlet fever but are now wall Miss IJertlia Anderson of Whit es Station was the guest of Mrs Will Ogg Saturday- Mr A P Settle returned from Richmond Tuesday whero ho has been attending Circuit Court I veryillj Mr liuirit Van Winkle has I recently given his home R new i coat of paint Mr Henry Lengfellners house on Richmond Pike is almost com pletedMiss Graco Maker visited at her grandfathers James Baker of Wullaceton Saturday night and SundayLouis Vaughn of Maydee and Miss Virgio Anderson of Silvor Creek were marriud at the homo of the brides parents Saturday night Both young people are wn known hero and the bust wishes of nil go with thorn Mrs Ellen Mitchell and Mrs Della Unkcr visited home folks Saturday Misses Nina and Bertha King visited friends in Livingston Saturday and Sunday S Moyers was in town the IU of fhe weeks Moore and a lady rind oI I from the North were at Kerby Knob Wednesday and Thursday- A very serious accident befell Mrs A P Settle Saturday after noon Whey about to enter the door of Mr Moyas store slut be tame entangled in a wire and fell breaking ono bono and fracturing another in her right arm The arm at prosont is doing very nicely Mrs Jue Evans who has boon visiting in Urodhcad came home Friday Oscar Hayes is having a now dwelling house built on Estill StreetMr and Mrs Oscar Gnbbard of near Wallaccton nIl rejoicing over the birth of a fine boy October gth Mr Sydney Combs has moved occupiedbyMr Noel Mitchell who has been gone quite a while is in town again The hour for Sunday School in tqeUnionfrom 930 A M to 230 P M Dr Thomson will preach there next Sunday after the Sunday School servicesMeridith Gabbard now of Ham ilton OIlwas in town last week but has returned to his work He was making avisit to friends and relatives near here He reports that he likes his work and is plan ning to buy a place and settle down His address is 809 Cleveland Ave Hamilton Ohio I Mrs Dr Cornelius has joined her husband bore and they will soon resume houso keeping in their old homo Mrs loft Tulsa with her husband and has spent the time since visiting rela in Ohio Dr Cornelius will have his office with his son The younger Mr Simpson of Mt Vernan St n section hand on the railroad was seriously injured by the slipping of a crow bar late last week It was flAred for some time that he had ruptured his diaphragm and be spent several days in tire hospital lint he has turn so far re covered that he has retunlsl to his home Thomas Barnett and Grover Price left here Monday for Cobra do Springs for thjrir health They expect to work at Choir trade as carpenters there nnd win go tp school if possible They are fine young men nud will be badly missed Stop at Stevens sulphur well and take a drink and buy your wino ter coal today All day services will be hold at the Narrow Gap Church house Sunday Thu Rev Mr Hudson will preach in the morning and in the afternoon Pros Frost andn load of Beroa people will go out A basket dinner will be servedand all are invited to bring baskets Mrs Broaddus and two daugh ters have moved frotn Depot street into part of the Crawford house Miss Bertha Robinson occupies the other part TopftkaKan laccton and Berea Mrs Jones of Cincinnati is visiting parents Mr and Mrs S G Hanson Mrs Frank Burdettc is quite ill with typhoid fever Wm Chrisman of Combs Ky was visiting with relatives herelast week eooeooooeooeoeo oeo- e II College Items i o o eae HERB AND THERE o 0 ftoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoDr ol Sunday ulgfat and the Rev James Bond at Upper Chapel Dill ftaale gave the Monday lecture to the JuBJors the subject being tinder UM Juniper Tree oattlte Man with dellftMlIi Lon la Logic TROMM R Deny a former colored student of Berea who gradoated at FIsk Cutveralty Is now tuuolilug at MlllorB Harry AlaIMiss Laura writes that she will return to Beren I to attend school this winter bras Luerotla Gadd writes from Memphis Tana that she expects to continue her schooling at Dorsa this winter Miss Oadd has been JJtJl1enTonn has been In Deroa on buiinoM 1Mrunlay night In company with Mr 0i J Craabo I Mia Cones Kvans of Mnleom ICy writes that she will bo In Berea this winter ITesi Frost left town Tuesday to go to kane Sprlnas aud LputsvlUe on bus iness conarcted with the plant for the sslablistiment of the colored branch of Dsrea tie expects to return Friday noon Luelun P Kirk farm foreman left Tuesday for home Ho will bring his family back In two wooks and locate permanently In Uorca iSomo of tho boy students contem taking part In a Sunday School rally In Jackson County Sunday Some of the Darbourevlljo rout ball boys remained over Sunday Tate managers of tho toe divisions of athletics tho whites and blues are getting pretty busy now in making their selections for their sides Pros Frost called n joint incotlng of tho Phi Delta and Alpha Zeta soc lotles at their last meeting In which ho discussed with them intercolleg Into debates Beta Kappa society after their meet Ing last Friday night visited Union society I Not Alarming J cant make anything out of case began the young doctor thatIWhat exclaimed his wife Ohl doat bo scarodI dont understand It of course Im making money out of It FOR SALE Good twostory nine room house large lot with barn well and several fruit trees nice location on Center street Derea KrA very desirable piece of property For price and par mmrigIford coi IC WHOSE WHISKY r WAS USED In an Attempt to Debauch the Voters of Hickman County k In the State Primary 1 The Clinton Gazette a Demo cratic Paper Tells Who Did Not Furnish It o The temperance man who knows or could easily know that whisky ts free ly used to Infltfonco mon to vote Btibuld to be altogether consistent make some effort to find out whether his candidate Is directly or Indirectly furnishing that whisky if the men who lira leading the fight for a certain state candidate are using whisky to corrupt or Influence voters It Is fair to presume that their candidate under stands the methods his friends have adopted It ho falls to repudiate such methods ho becomes responsible for them The whisky that Is being so freely handed out In Clinton county at this time andjwhlch has been so plentful for months past Is not being furnished by Gen Hays nor Senator McCreary nor by any of their friends It is very generally known who la nslng tho whisky and in whose inter est it Is being used It is used In defiance of law and good morals and it Is expected to win votes for somebody not Hays or McCreary Can sincere temperance men afford to con sort and vote with that class of voters and votegetters Is the candidate supported by such a class of men wor thy of a good mans vote If you are in earnest my Christian friend look about you and see what kind of com pany you are InCllnton Gazette KENTUCKY WORST GOVERNED STATE In the Union Says Editor Henry Wat terson In its Issue of July 26 tho Courier Journal the leading Democratic paper in Kentucky published tho following editorialA Byrds reply to Special Judge W B Moody published in yes tefgys MrUIiIM1 teUlMIr exposition of the tat ckapter in a long sad suOOtfut conspiracy of as tslni and nolltlclana to whip Justice Calm and temperate in tone cartful thorough and crushing in meta Mr Byrds orptaMUon of the reasons that forced the attorneys for the prosecu tion of James Hands to retire from the case at Sandy Hook is a conclu sive andto one who may be Ignorant of the history of this conspiracy stratllng disclosure sIt illuminates Judge Moody in to say tho least an unenviable attitudeI However honorable may his motives however desirous he may have been to do his duty ds an upright judge his course In this Case loaves him a record which ho will never be able to justify to a fairmind od public though he spend the rest of his days In the attempt He may be nil that Ida friends olalra that he is but If that IB true he Is so unfortu j nate aft to have been confronted with a duty in the performance of which no ore could have more oompletelyt played Into the hands of gang the head of which is the man whose boast is that he does as he damn 1tleaaee with the law ned who with the aotlou of Judge Moody In rellov Ing hint of this last of murder chargesI against him has made boast So aloses this blackest story of Kentucky assassination and politics It is u chapter of murder after murder all pointing to one source of Inspira tion of tho machinery of tho law con sistently directed to tho end of shield ing those indicated by tho evidence as the source of that Inspiration ter intimating with their discharge and tho imprisonment of u couple of their bumblo hired tools Mr Dyrds exposition of the final chapter of this story miserable as he shows that chapter to be shows It no more miserable than many another chapter that preceded It notably that which immediately preceded It in which Carnes played hits part no faith fully and so notoriously on which by tho way Mr Byrd flashes a new fin gor of light In his statement Indeed from first to last during the progress at this story every page of it has confirmed thO fact that when Jim Hargis Judgo Hargls that he was sought to create in certain quarters tho impression that he exercised special influence among tho high offi vials whose duty it is to punish in stead of protect breakers of tho law he knew what he was talking about It is all a wretched and astounding story But It Is not the only story that today advertises the shame of KENTUCKY AS THE WORST GOV ERNED STATIC IN TUB UNION tUif tiiowt CM ct the many pteatlsestyru ITbJt Star Brand Shoes Better Zhe 1layf1owe l1 Shoo good the name oldtime Price High meetIat a medium price The manufacturers realizing possibleMselling to you at remarkably low price of 250 and 300 We can to you frankly 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government an imperial decree has been Issued granting provincial selfgovern ment to the provinces of Pcchlll and Klangsu The Cklneoe are moving III owl but that they are moving at all U the remarkable thing John Gresham Brooks who says that race suicldo le encouraged be causo it costa BO much to bring up children in town should take a trip through the rural neighborhoods and explain why they are closing up some of the district schools for lack of children People who are afraid of lightning ought to he reassured by the statis tics showing that on an average only EOO people are killed In the United States each year by lightning strokes This makes the average persons chance of being killed by lightning y In any year about 1 in 100000 Locomotive drIvers In all countries are obliged to pass tests for color blindness In Germany the drivers of automobiles are now required to submit to examination of their color vision A colorblind chauffeur may be quite aa dangerous as one who U reckless A New York millionaire Is reported to have gone to his boyhood home In Indiana bought the old barn door on which in youth he had carved his fnl tlals and moved It to New York to be set up somewhere In his city house Ills reminiscences must be of an un usually cheerful kind To most men the old barn door of their youth was the dropcurtain to scenes which they do not care to recall The gunuboat wolverine Which Is said to be the flrstiron ship ever con structed was present at Put In Bay on Lake Erie when the monument to Commodore Peary was dedicated there on August 5 Since that ship was built iron has been used for bridges and buildings displacing stone and wood to such an extent that Iron making has become a far greater In dustry than lumbering ever was Fashionable women In Washington t are planning a hotel for cats Tho women In the kindness of their hearts ore unwilling to leave their pets without care when they go away for the summer They think that there would bo patronage enough for such a hotel to mats It profitable Doe ton already has an endowed cat kerne catsRIndigent cats as have been turned loose In tho world- Cooperation Is Invited by the mayor of Llchflcld England In repairing the house of Michael Johnson where the eon Samuel tho great Dr Jehuson was born In the house was the bookshop where proud young Samuel re fused to stand behind the counter Years later after his fathers death Johnson mado a pilgrimage of repentance to Litchnald and with head uncovered stood for an hour In the rain before tho shop President Buchanan had the mis fortune to be fn a position which re quired qualities which he did not poo sere yet ho had some fine traits It 4 has recently been disclosed that U j 1859 a railroad company sent him n pass Over its lines He returned ft with the statement that it had been tho practice of his life to pay his taro because he was opposed to the whole system of granting priVy lieges to persons not connected with the railroads It has taken more than 4 years for this feeling to become strong enough to induce congress to prohibit the Issuing of passes on interstate railroads About this time as the almanacs used to say there Is always a fren sled cry for help from the harvest fields of the west This year the same cry has been echoed from the east Even In some parts of thickly settled New Englatd offers of 275 a day have tailed to procure enough men to harvest the hay crop Fa thers whose sons feel that they are fn need of new tennis rackets golf clubs or home gymnasium appar atus says Youths Companion should paste this bit of information In the ACn8 hats 1 1 z 31uurittUeut luiuira- xtl a ftrrihtlmta unlit By EDWARD W SIMS U S District Attorney Chicago rrn twentIis were confined to the shell game shortchange fakebet gree goods gold brick and other similar schemes Usually these schemes were worked upon country people and only small sums could be obtained They also lacked another important feature of the modern swindler in I that there was no provision for a defense in court Swindlers who worked these v schemes depended upon avoiding detection but thoy could make no defense to tIle scheme itself This was a dangerous and cumber some method of procedure and during the lost decade he has boon super ceded by the confidence game or scheme to defraud in its modern form One of the surprising things is the credulity of the average person who has saved a little money and hopes for largo and immediate returns from it ty seems there is nothing so extravagant so improbable that the people will not believe it If the stock of any company had any chance of earning the dividends which these promoters represent that it will of course it would be subscribed and oversubscribed for at once by the big moneyed men and would not have to be peddled around at absurd prices often as low as ten cents a share When this is suggested to the promoter ho always that the big moneyed thatmen are trying to got hold of the stock but it is not desired that they should have it because they would then come into control of the property and the victim swallows the explanation The swindler usually has a confederate to whom he rotors tho vic tim who wishes to learn about his standing and integrity and it seems the victim rushes right to this confederate instead of going to bonk or business men and making inquiries from people upon whom ho could rely Every prospective purchaser should stop and ask himsulf the question Why is this stock being peddled around in this manner Is it possible that a good safe investment would be so hamlled when so much money is lying idle ready for good investments in the hands of men who are competent to pass upon the safety of an investment Who are the men back of this scheme and what are thoir antecedents At what banks or at what established business houses are they known as honest conservative men of business Of course the swindlor has his plausible answer to all thoso questions and the victim takes his explanation without making a thorough addition al investigation Quuuidiuu Nut Jl1ilunupl1J By REV DEWITT M BENHAM Baltimore Wo Urn In an Irreverent ago and among an ir reverent people The joke at solemn things and mako light of in ecrutible mysteries anti trifle with immortal in terests and turn tho Bi blo into a jest book They I speak of heaven without ecstasy and of hell without awe They neither shrink from sin nor tremble before God They have no reverence for sacred names no respect for sacred places A church service is to thorn like an afternoon reception They are there not to worship God but to meet tho people What is needed ia convictionintense religious conviction Wo must have men and women who know what they believe and can giv a reason for the faith that ia in them We must have Christians who believe in Christ and to whom the gospel is more than a pretty story We must have our people firm as the unshaken rock that forms a barrier to winds and waves alike The multitudes arc dealing in current opinion Thoy never scintillate a single star from the blank heaven of their own minds They ask What do you think What is your theory V and not What are the facts What is the truths Even Pontius Pilate the most striking historical illustration of an unstable mind could give thorn salutary lessons Why one good lady actually asked me What is your philosophy of such and such a things mentioning one of the articles of our Christian faith Great heavens has it como to that My philosophy My philosophy of religion my philosophy of God my philosophy of Jesus Christ my philosophy of life and of Jaw Philosophy t Never l My conviction conviction of truth founded upon testimony My religion is not an opinion it is not a philosophy it is a conviction What wo want in our citizens are principles of conduct fixed upon religious faith principles of conduct which will keep men true to their ideals anywhere in Tirabuctu oa surely as in Baltimore Such princi ples na made Moses ready to meet Pharoah and Elijah ready to meet Ahab and the three Hebrew captives ready to meet the fire and Darnel ready to meet the lions What we want are principles for whichmen will suffer and dieprinciples which turn our common clay into the stuff out of which heroes are made feat What inn aiant By SIR JAMES CRICHTONBROWNE Eminent PhyicUn All fashionable food fads and follies of the hour arc in tho nature of deprivationAt the ten dency was to stuff and every new kind of nutri ment was Mailed as a boon to humanity Now the pendulum has swung to tho opposite extreme So fierce in some quarters is the propaganda of dietetic ascetcism that in dread of being suspected of gluttony we can only indulge a healthy appetite in secret It is curious that this crazo should have come upon us ata time when we have only just awakpncd fully to the ravages of seraistarvation in our midst and realized the truth that one of the main causes of such physical and mental degeneracy os exists among us is bad and in sufficient blood Tile cry that we are overloading our stomachs is false The best rule is to eat what you want and as much as you want PRESIDENT SMALLSUSPtNDED BY TELEGRAPHERS BOARD OP GENERAL EXECUTIVES Strikers Angered By His Appeal For a Vote and Declares the Action Is Evidence of Treason Chicago 111 Oct HTho gonorftJ executive board of the Commercial Telegraphers union sent out the fol os 1907eTo S J Small Astor House Now Dfnthe constitution ot tho Commercial Telegraphers union of America you ore herby suspended from tho ofllco of president to take effect Immediately 8 J Kononkainp Acting Chairman Michael J lUody Joseph M Sullivan General Executive Board To all looms Commercial Telegra fliers unions of America You are hereby notified that the general executive board In exercise of the authority vested in U bait nuspend od S J Small Cram tho prualdeacy of tie Commercial Telegraphers union of America Tho ntriko will lid conducted by and under the dloootloci of and by the general executive board You are hereby directed to do everything pee Bible to keep your striking brothers and sisters in 11 oIIt b tke intention of the board that In the f ture this etrUce bo connected by mm who hnvo red bloodS J Ken nkajnp Acting Chairman lU1 cuael J H My Tench M Sullivan General Executive Board Nearly 1090 ctrUdae teresraphers bore rotod unanimously to continue their strike They also reiterated their demands that tho only eottlccnoat that could be made tor the strikebound computes was to concede a 3C par cent Incraua in waa the oitfithoar lay equal pay tar women od tree ivpewriUra Thoa the tolegmphorn aUoptod a resolution that it ww the eonso of UJ striken tbt the leased wire man and brokers should strike Tleaolutlona followed Immodlatdy that the oommarclal tle raphors should amaleamflte with the Order of Railway Tlraphua H M Moor and D 0 Dal Jones wore instructed to proood to St LoulaJnrmodUtoly and prevent tho proposJUon to tie ofllcora of tho Ordor of Railway Telegraphers Four bouts of apoecbmnklng was on cased in while the various actions were belo taken Then the striken marched out of UhUeb MIl end to the bulldioc of the Wcatorn union and Postal Con Oa the march tho strikora kept up this retrain SUck Stick Reaching tho tolesiaph buildings tho strikers marched around them Mooting fish watchword Then they theyChief of Ponce SohuoUlor sent them home The meeting began at 230 oclock and lasted until 530 The applause cowl elmoot continuous International Becrotary Wesley Russell tried to explain SntJla jnosnace He said the precedent woo douiroua of ancorUlnlni tko eontlaeet of tho strikers For that mesa ha cteN out a tologram asking tho opinion of the strikers aa to calling off tho strike Ho was not permitted to complete his explanation SHUNNED BY NEIGHBOR WaseHlmajJf Slain By a Mob TexarkaM Ark Oct 14Wbtles- eated in front of Wa ltom smoking lila pipe E M Summer a white man was shot down by Monroe Bal ard a nogro pr mchor without a word pass lag hrotwoca tho two A oanmiU 6 of Indignant attlzona joined the offloer to purwuK of the no tyro who eirricadod hlauwlf hi a house and opened fire on the mol Tho flro cons rctumrsl and tit nosro was JUjt oIly ridded with bullets Tie twe dead moa ooouiiiod hoityw adjoining each other and the aajor ot tie necro was arouiiod beeatsao die white man hod asked Uw owner of the property to hue bla bl alc neighbor removed Summer dial from Ikla wounds Separate Schools Proposed HatUeaburs Mlsw Oct 1lA rose luUon oollJos tor s T ratn sahoola for Italians Syrians and Ruuhln Jewish children hi HUtieaburt baa been adopted by the board cf oihioatVni It will botprvxtkrl to ho ottr council In an effort to o4 tain funds for oroot log sepuMte wool buiiittesa Roooat race aatacoafcu In 4bhi vioidty ca poclally atminat Itatla its ia Uiu caucus for the resolution Business Blook Burned Baltimore Md Oct 14rhe barge block ia the buamew section of this town WM dllStro y8 l by Ore Five urine Including die plant of the Rack bridge County News worn located to the blllhtin low 00000 Captain and Two Men Drowned Baltimore Md Qvt 14J11w1 barge Saxon lumber laden from Georgetown 8 C to Now York attended 30 mile north of Cape Hattoraa The captain end two men of the barge were ToM edISault Ste Marie Mloh Oct 14 Water was turnod lots a now channel of the St Marys river at Weat Noe bUh marking the completion of ono ot the biggestprojects undertakcmon die great tapes since the building of the Poe lock HlmlelfIGeneral Shot El Pose Tex Oct 14 Discouraged by 111 health Gen Ifloro Bojan corn mdndant of tho Bravos district of tha- I Mexican army ocmrmltfoil suicide In Jib Quarters at Juares tby shooting hta self I TIDE DWARF How to Have a Great Deal of Fun with a Very Little Trouble Thin Is a peculiar looking wart that stands on the table is It not You could with the assistance of n friend and sumo of mothers ward robe make the dwarf and so delight On the Stage your playmates at an afternoon or evening company says the Brooklyn Citizen It la done In this way Your hands are placed In a childs shoes after which you must rest your bands on the table They will have tho appearance of reel feet Put a bonnet on your head A shawl over your shoulders and a child petticoat to cover your arms Now your friend stands behind you concealed by the curtains Bbo thrusts her arms out on each side of your body giving tho dwarf tho missing arms and hands If your friend JfI original she can make nil sorts of funny gestures while you roolte ting songs and see what fun It Is and how easy It Is to work CAN YOU IMPROVE THIS A flit of Pure Engllih Which Lincoln Wrote and Lived Up To It Is not very well known that In the hall of one of the great colleges of England there hangs a frame In- closing a few sentences of which Abraham Lincoln is the author They are considered tho boat Hnglith that was ever written You or I might read them over and call them very simple Indeed And they ore to aim ple that aY child who reads at all can read and uidontand them That la one thing that makes them great It was his being simple and plain that made Lincoln himself great Now here la a little paragraph br Lincoln which ho made a rule of his conduct Suppose you try to write it over and see how much you can Im prove It Soo If each word Is the right one and try to find A better word for tho place Notice bow elm pIe this U all but two are words of n slBfilo syllable 1 ant not bound to win but I am bound to be true I am not bound to succeed but I am bound to live up to the light I have I must stand with anybody that stands right stand with hint while he Is right and part with him when ho goes wrong Easily Turned- A small boy was asked to take din air at tho home of a distinguished pro tenor in Princeton says the Youths Companion The lads mother in tear teat he should commit some breach of etiquette gave him repeated direc lions as to what ho sheuld and should not do- Upon his return from the great oc casion the mothers first question was Harold did you get along at the table nil right Oh yes mamma well enough Youre sure you didnt do anything that was not perfectly polite and gen tkraaslylWhy nornothUg to speac of Then something did happen What waIUIilut I fixed It alt right mamma Tell eta at onto Wky I got along pretty will until the sleet oases but while I was try ULC to cut mine It slipped off onto the Doer But I made it all right What did you fat Ok I Just said sort of carelessly Thats always Urn way with tough meat ICen You Write tCorrectly thanking the care ful drivers of automobiles the acting mayor ot a Now Jersey city says It la to them we are Indebted for the ew accidents experienced There U ao dot it of what he slant to say but It is evident that his grammar teacher did not warn him enough against false syntax when he went to school How many boys and girls can wrlto the iontonco correctly Dog Was There Wilfred Papa papal tho pigs are silt of tho pent Father Well why dent you call the dog per he ftltUa ra em 1QUEER i tfJ Miss AnnthR Dunn eat out In the sun IftAnd faded her pretty pink gown Mnmma scolded wall until tho tents fat + In tomnti that threatened to drown 4 Your trM li a sight I dealers It It fJ while Slut wear It you certainly flUHltIt oM Tla A poor recompense thnt a eWIJ ot your mna Is too much of a baby to treat klieg ARntha Dunn Mt out In the sun In a owl Unit had ln time boon rlaIitJU I could only brlnir It btallce1l 1 wouldI 1 She erled and proceeded to tlilnk fSome raspberry lee so coolkiK and nit ttIn the freezer stood waiting for tc + Said Miss Dunn Oh I areas If I dip lo my drew A buutlful pink It will be Aflw Dunn out of the sun 1ShaInsight vg And she oakisl It In ruptrrry Ice br It came out quite pink but wJiat Ot you thlnkl When the news of It retaetwd mamma V dt ear She MelJcd much mere than sire ssMled before Now dont yeu think maUi r are t queer May Clay In Washington Rcr WOODWORK i Dry Branches of Trees Which Can Ba Turned Into Beautiful Ornament Any boy who Is clever with his i knife can make many pretty mid useful articles from dry bronchon orrtrees One shown hero la n kayholder tho other a photograph stand They are cut with a sharp pookotknlfo and tho different parts glued together or nailed with thin wire nails The mOIltIImportant point about It U the of the pieces Notico bow tbe JolotsfjJIare out to flt well together fsoo mae tratlon When tho koylioldcr frame le ready hooks and rings should be screwed Into It to hang the frame up Things You Can Make and to hold the keys sets Wahlac ten Star The bask support of the ttliotORraph stand h faMe with thin strips of loatkor sailed down over tho horlMntal oudl of the aepporL- A WALL CABINET It Is Easily Made and Is Artistic and Useful Hero Is a wall cabinet very easy 4IfUnolupper part of tho book boa n mrotlljedge mirror inserter In It If this Completed Cabinet cannot be afforded get A furniture dealer to cut out a piece of mirror glass from n cranked mirror umially to be found in such an oataVliflhtnent If he does not have It try a dealer In window glass Your dealer may also keep In utook allvartJ Mirror glass in various sizes a At either side of the mirror are concoi for candle which give n Drawer Attachment t very beautiful effect In their reflection rtcurvedwhloh can be tilted two draworstheoupper one to pull out and the lower ono to Up outward on tho pins which cupport It at either end These pint pass through tho lower point of the brackets Into the lower edge of thoI s drawer This Is all plainly shown In Fig 2 If the whole la made of some handsome wood says the Orango Judd Farmer the Burfaco will only need oiling and careful rubbing with a woolun 01001fts i tWllllntLittle Ethel heard hoe papa toll her + mamma that Ice cretin would mnko t freckles Running to her lapa ono day she said + Papa please give mo ten contaiWhat fur my child t asked thetitparent ry I want U He and get a plate of freckles lookers Statesman J Something Came Out 1 r RoyI Will up watching tho eggs IB t Farmer Jonas incubators ma 4 src I c Mother rWd anything coniepiit Uoy Karmfr Jones did and ha chased us too T n PLAN OF COW STABLE Building Which Will Prove Conveni ent and Sanitary ItablehOihfarmer who dcelrod to build u upon tho eldo of tho bill The floo plan contemplates two rows of cows instead of ono In tho south exposed end of tho building and a root collar separatedbyIn the back portion of the building and therefore in the bank Tho plan Ground Plan of Dairy Dun further oontolt1 atc the placing of the IwhouH above tko cool room and tho root collar ao that without mow- Ing the toe a owl room odjaecut to the dairy room can be pro vided oil under one roof A driveway late the barn on the second floor Is Indicated on tho uphill side which wmiid porralt roots to ti unloaded tb rough tko floor into the root cellar hay and grain to be put Into tho barn above nwl Uw lee Into ire leecham ber or Ue lee Dan be filled In from tho out 4tle If that Is store desirable V tih the loebovM over tko cool room and not cellar a feed room can be rru4 l over the dairy room If that Is dralred With uch a pun the tarn on the nertk sad and en tjve east aide woud be eaUrely below tile ground- f r the Drat atory to the south of the drtvcnay The cow stable would bo above ground an as to have easy ac cess nod abundance of light and tho hallway and dairy room would be grjuwl far enough to alto an abun dance of light TIm whole structure MS planned would havo dimensions 32 feet wide by 70 feet long the root cel- lAr b tng 13 by 22 Inside If lUll num her of cows ore desired the building may be proportionately shortened It It Is desired to have all comport mente named single story and tho Ico on tho ground floor tho Rural New Yorker suggests that It might be bet del to adopt tho same general floor pian but to widen tho back end of tho building BO an to drop the Ice house In between the dairy room and COOl mom and tho root cellar BO that ono side of tho icehouse could bo brought aialnst the cool room and It would probably be bettor to make tho floor of the dairy room and cool room far enough below tho bottom of tho IrrliOUM so that tho drainage from the Itehouse and cold air from It can bo taken Into the ooot room Tho wall of tho root collar may bo made common to tho stable and the collar and this portion of tho wall need not be hollow as tho necessary warmth would bo provided for by contact with the stable so tho wall between tho root collar and tho cool room neod npt bo hollow but It the Icohouso is dropped down so as to stand butleen- dtotho root collar and the cool room ho Icehouse wall would have to bn hollow all around except on tho aide adjacent to tho cool room which would need to bo solid for Its cooling effect on the room- TREATMENT OF CALF SCOURS Prof R S Shaw Gives His Remedy for the Ailment There aro some Interestfn things In connection with that for Instance wlh calf scours Those side Issues nro being worked out very carefully I might throw out this suggestion thotMf you havo trouble of that kindr thingsfaltogether with which to suppress outbreak of calf scours is a mixture of tlncturo of rhubarb camphor and opiate equal parts In hnt water about a teaspoonful Ono of tho most IntereaUng recoveries I have ever soon was about throe weeks ago In tho case of a calf that scoured and was so near death the feet were stretched out cold and stiff and there was every symptom of death Tho calf was treated In that way twice then was fed with raw eggs and milk occa y Ilon 1ijand1o recovered Ho was tho Blckeflt calf I over saw so sick his hair all came off after a week or ten days but he Is ono of tho beat feeders wo have la the bunch today I DontIGet It Too Small Tho farmer In planning his Ice house should not make the mistake lu building too small ospfclally If ho llvos in my locality excepting the oxtromo northern states It la not so much a question of how much Ice he needs for family use but how much Is going to waste and whether It will last through tho hot season until cool woathor arrives again A largo block of ico will last much longer relatively Fifteennsquare on houserthe space between tho two walls and the space between the Inner wall and tho Ice this will glvo a block of Ice 12 foot square and It It Is 12 feet high It will contain theoretically 62 tons but in practice not moro than 40 to 45 tons according to how closely It Is laid The loss of Ico from melting Is very groat In all ordinary Ico houses and especially IE this truo wboro It Is taken out dally In such small pieces as Is usually the case The house should be built above ground and It it can be placed whore It will bo protected from tho noon day sun by shade trees It will be found to bo of advantage says the OrariRo Judd Farmer A low cost Ico house can bo built with ordinary lumber and by any onq handy with tools The cxientlols to be obierred are First drainage below and wn Illation shove second a perfectly tight foundation Warm air rises and It a current ot warm air gets started through the leo It will causo quick meltlnc Third a roaaonably double wall surrounding tho Ice on sides and topTho foundation should be made of brick concrete or steno masonry and In which sills 2x8 should be bedded In cement On this erect 2x8 studding 14 Inohea apart On tbo Inside for tho lunar wall yIncb sheathing mate rial may bo used of almost any kind of lumber Some durable wood to bo preferred as these boards aro apt to decay quickly For tho out side good novelty siding may be used U should bo free from knotholes and cracks The ratters should bo 3x4 with sheathing on the underside U is im portant to have air apace between shingle and sheathing beneath tho rafters as everyone knows how hot It gets under a barn roof In summer Tho space between tbo two walls on the four sides may be loft amply it the outer inolosuru Is very tight as a dead air space Is one of tho bOlt nonconduc tors But It will not be a dond air space If there are holes or cracks In tbe skiing but tho air will circulate and prove or little value as a noncon ductor If the ground on which the bouve Is situated Is of a gravelly porous na ture no provision need be made for Ice House Wall drainage as the water will bo absorb ed as fast as tbo Ico melts Other wise the gear should bo graded ort so as to slopo ttfbuo point where sur plus noted may be taken ort by means of a trapped outlet pipe to otckido all air while allowing tho water to escape Tho opening of the house should be gin about four feet from tho ground and extend upward nearly to the top of the roof Tho outer may bo made In two or throe sections sad the In ner Incloturo supplied by boards cross wise put In as the house Is tilled and taken out ns It Is emptied It Is a mis take to provide too much ventilation For an ordinary house 1foot square openings nt each end under tho apex of the roof are sulllcleot and It would bo of advantage to provide for closing these on warm days In filling the house never lay tho Ico on tho ground Tho warmth of the earth will molt the Ice contlnu ously The cakes of Ico should bo laid on old rails or any kind of tim bur Straw or cornstalks are not good as they crush tightly to tho earth and get wet and water Is a good conductor ot heat The ice on the pond should be worked cut carefully and tbo blocks made of uniform dimensions In lay lag the joints should be broken and a apace of 8 to II Inches should be loft between the Ico and tho wall This may be filled with straw the same material being used to cover over tbe top of tho Ico after the house Is filled Tho house should be painted whlto An tee house 16 feet square and 12 high will roqulro approximately tho following amounts of lumber 26 pieces 3 by 8 Inches by 12 foetolght pieces 2 by 8 Inches by 1C feet 14 pieces 2 by C Inches by 10 feet 720 feet aheathlng S50 foot siding 000 feet shingles It will cost at prosent prices of lumber about J80 independent of tho foundation Sweet Skim Milk If all milk Is hauled to the cream cries la n sweet condition and pas tourltcd the farmers will bo able to always haul away perfectly sweet skim milk Use a Separatee The farmer that owns a tow cows should Investigate tho mttar ot hand separators i Calebs Faithfulness Rewarded SundayScboolLessonlorOcL211901Specially LK880N TKXTJoshun HC1B Mem ory verws 7 a OOLUKN TBXTThou boat rnfaithful over a few thing 1 will make I list ruler over many tldngsMatt- TIMPTheI verses of the lnnqn belong about ala yearn after the lost lemten to ward the close ot the flint conquiwt of Canaan and during Its distribution among the trlbe- aILACHJoshuan capital was at Oil gal Caleb Inheritance at Hebron SO miles south ot Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought Caleb Family Origin Caleb tho Kencxlto the descendant ot Kenan tho son of Esau Tho probabilities are that Caleb or his father became members of tho tribe of Judah by adoption Prof Ueecher like Hobab Ruth and Hcbor The faith I of this family was preeminently the fruit of conviction and not tho ac cident of heredity It had a firmer bull than that of most Israelites It was woven more closely Into tho tex ture of their being and swayed their lives more powerfully It is pleasing to think that there may have been many such proselytes that tho prom Iso ot Abraham may have attracted souls from tho east and the west and the north and tho south is foretaste of tho glorious fulfillment yet to come lilalklo in Expositors Bible Ho was born while tho Israelites were still In slavery in Egypt for ho was WO years old when Moses send him from Kadeshbarnca to espy out tbe land r 7 Ills Character 1 Caleb was a great and marked moo but what Is often called a selfmade man rather a Godmade man Coming from without tho nation ho became a prince and a power in the nation because of his faith In God and utilization of all that God had given him 2 Mr Tuck In his Revelation by Character represents Caleb as quite an ordinary man no genius but the message of his life was that ho did commonplace things In an uncom mon spirit Tho uncommon thing about Caleb was precisely thishis religion was thorough bo wholly followed the LOUD V 8 3 On tho other hand Matneeon in Representative Moo calls Caleb a leader and explorer capable of Pit gab glimpses his life pitched upon a lull be could see things afar off ho was the real hero of the exploring ox pedition Was faith to drop her wings at the very gato of Paradise 4 By faith and faithful now were the living heart of Calebs character Ho was sincere to tho core Ills faith oodurod 46 years without fading or faltering Caleb Is ono of those men whom we meet with seldom In Bible history but whenever we do meet them wo aro the better for the mooting Bright and bravo strong mod est and cheerful thero is honesty In his taco courage and decision In tho very pose of his body and the calm confidence of faith in his very look and attitude 6 Caleb met opposition with cour age and faith when my brethren that wont up with mo made tho heart of the people melt r 8 They could stone him but like tho prophets of old ho never wavered C Caleb was of a thankful disposi tion and full of cheer Ho did not dwell on his desert trials or the 45 years delay or tho opposition of till brethren or lets failure to change their minds but on what God had done for him on his promises on his long and healthy life of usefulness BO that even at 85 lip could say with Xavier In his dream realized In his life And yet moreI me alive promise fulfilled gave the assurance that tho other would boonut Calebs clean active life was ono of the means to this healthful old ago Maolnron In tho Sunday School Times warns tho young thus Tim old man of 85 is vigorous and halo as when ho tramped through the land nearly halt a century ago The life that Is dictated by Christian prln ciple directly contributes to physical health and longevity Insurance oQlccs find that clergymen Hvo longer than tho average In England some of flees have separate tables for toal ab taluors whom they insure at a low er rate than others It Is truo still that sinners do not live out halt their days In our great cities overy year numbers of lads from the cQuntry who havo beau going tho pace havo to drop out of tho race 11 Yet I annas strong this day aa assurancethatland This old veteran whoso services would have entitled him to almost any reward ho might ask did not seek for a soft place for his declining years but authority to do yet more hard fighting Prof Boechor Practical Points Tim world Is to bo converted for Christ Not un enemy is to bo left But It is to bd conquered by spiritual not carnal weapons and by tho won dmful power of the Holy Spirit Tho victory does nut destroy men Many of the best promises are real- Ized only lu tho courso of time Sonic things cannot bodonein A mensal nut with continued fnlthhilnowi the fulfillment is sure to coma Tho Effect of the Anaklm on Some Thero aro those who hesitate on this account to take possession of their I promised land v I A PUZZLE FROM LIFE Now the Lady Married One to Two MenWhich Do You Know There was a lady who from her youth up bad many suitors but as tho years wore on they gradually fell from their allegiance until ono day Qbe awoke to tho fact that of all the many but two remained This led to rome earnest communion with her soul and caused her for the first time seriously to consider the question of marriage I nm no longer as young as I was she remarked to herself and although my friends are kind enough to call mo charming their very in sistence upon it leads mo to believe that I should decide at onco which of my two remaining suitors I had better accept Then sho cogitated long and spent sleepless nights over tho problem but found it ever moro difficult to solve Billy she argued In strong and masterful Ho will guard mo from all rude contact with the world Ho will view mo as a rare and fragile hot house flower which must be shielded from every rudo blast every varying change of temperature The sun must not shine too strogly upon mo nor tho wind blow too keenly Ho appeals to my feminine senso of dependence and to my lovo of being lovod but and she shook her head soberly there is no use disguising the fact that his excessive care to me will prove a bore Ho will always be solicitous to see that I wear my rubbers when it is damp underfoot Ho will insist on deciding for mo all the questions of life whether trivial or Important what books I shall road what religion I shall adopt and probably what breakfast food I shall cat Within two years I shall be a pampered non entity without either a will or an In telligence of my own Now I must weigh Jock in tho balance Ho is a dear lovable fol low a charming and amusing com panion but with as little sense of responsibility as a kitten Ho appeals strongly to my maternal Instinct I feel that ho needs my affection and in a measure my guidance but I can not deceive myself I shall have to bear the brunt of everything decide all important questions and grapplo with all the problems that would come to us In our mutual experience lIe demands of existence sunshine and roses n song and a Jest but in times of storm and stress ho would bo as a broken rood And yet In fair weather he would bo a delightful agent with a chance my individuality ex pand and develop for I should bo the head of the house Now the lady married ono of tlioso men Which Do you knowTLlCe r Shaw Not a Gourmand George Bernard Shaw critic dra matist and novelist assorts that ho has no more homo instinct than a milk can at a railway station Ho ad mitt however that he has an address at 10 Adolpbia terrace London These chambers ho explains con stitute tho real center of my domestic ity because my wife lives there My official residence qualifying mo as a vestryman la in Fitzroy square my mother lives there I live nowhere He says that any place that will hold a bed and a writing table is as char acteristic of him as any other At ono of the Socialist conferences when the delegates assembled otter lunch tho wellknown writer came in rubbing his hands and giving thank for the splendid dinner ho had just had Somo ono asked him what ho had for di- nnorAhl replied Mr Shaw with all the serenity of a wellfed man Ivo had seven bananas Mourning Vagaries Mourning Is not what It used to be said an undertaker In fact I expect to see It go out altogether in the next century or so Perhaps It is Just aa well No young widow Ivo heard Bay can wear mourning with out looking llko an adventuress But In the seventeenth century widows not only woro mourning but their bed curtains were black and the sheets and pillow cases had a black edging like stationery Even their lingerie had a mourning band In Italy the nobles of tho Renais sance carried their mourning as tarns their knives and forks which had ebony instead of ivory handles Gray cloth suporceded black for mourning in the eighteenth century Tho fashion lasted about twenty years Then it died out as it had sprung up mysteriously The Swan Song WillIamjharmful A striking Instanco of this occurred not long since at tho zoo You know tho old nature fake about tho B wan how this beautiful bird silent all its days bursts when eying Into the sweetest songT Well at a zoo ono day a keeper saw a boy steal up behind a swan with a brick In his hand Hero said tho keeper what aro you going to do there Ah lemmo alone snarled tho boy I wanter hoar him sing Nice of Tom Yes she said I always like to go out with Tom But her friend replied ho seems 10 stupid He hardly ever says any thing I know Still I con sit and tell him my troubles by tho hour and ho never tots me know by word or alga that he la being bored 1 r 1855 Berea College 19071 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all e Over 60 ioitroctori 1175 itadinU from 27 states Largest colleje library is Keatuckr 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 I Which Department Will You EnterT- HE 1 MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same ecluras library and general advantages u for more advanced students Arlthtnetle and the common breaches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bttilo Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free teat booksTRADE COURSES for any wtoo have finished fifth grade tractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking ilous hold Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 year tor those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for on honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in his course so that a young mla may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as tail and winter terms 1s very profitable Small extra tees I ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 S and 4 year ooones with Latin 0rman Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories nclenttflo apparatus and all modern methods The t highest educational standardstNORMAL 3 And 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Mod J Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and epring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches nocc sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra la connection with any course Small extra few I Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students is paid out for benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit lit made up by the gifts ot Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bores In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot tbe young people Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who Nay be sick the College provides doctor and nuns without extra charge All except those with parents In Barea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shop receiving valuable train Ing and getting according to the valu of their labor Except In win ter It is expected the all will have a chance to sans aa much RJI 35 cgnts a week Come who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coning secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothIng laundry postage looks etc vary with different people Borea favors plain clothing Our climate la the bedt but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet article work uniforms umbrella and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough rpom rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing ot bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 1135 a week In the fall and J160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wtoh tag of bedding 40 cents a week ha tAll and spring 50 ants U winter SCHOOL FEES are two Tint a Dollar Deposit M tuarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and U returned I when the student departs Second on Incidental Fee to help on expense for oare of school build lags hospital library tie Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction U a tree gift The Incidental Fee for most students is JaOO a term J4 00 In lower Model Schools GUO In couraea with Latin and 700 in Collegiate course PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by tho halt term installment are ar followiFALL14 weeks 52050ta one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 12103 Including 100 deposit middle of term 945tWINTER 12 weeks 2900ta one payment 12830 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 dapoalt middle of r term 900- REFUNDINGStudents who leave by permlsslo lbbefore the end ot a i term receive back for money advanced On board In full except that ao allowance 4e ma4 fee nay fnvcttoa of a weekOn room all but fifty cents but no allowance Sew any friction or a monthOn incidental fee a certificate allowing thetndeat to apply the Knnant advanced for term bids when he returns provided it II within tour terse but making no allowance for any fraction ef a saanttu IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made yew Journey and are wen started In school it pay to stay as long as poealbl THE FIRST DAY of the taU term Is September 11 1907 For latol or friendly Advice wrtte to fee ieare4rr I WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife taken the Wea of the save and bopwise sw M 1H soak peopl U1e a pod this I whoa ttle7as It sad to tea 7G oval bile with two bladN ef Laser deal a iler ItP UaI worth aw te Ut MOUbia pIe wsa any olhee deusr papr U the world Tbt K3f un Itlnll for 0Dollar I That brmp te mrbaadpUoae en aM hsa Ilk fall pb saattss- MI oa pe 1 I THE HqME I IJy 3In leiinU Lontir Hill Household Hints + Apple Ginger Feol core and slice down four pounds of good npploa Prepare n syrup with three pound of sugar three otiose of ginger roughly hruisod and tied up in a piroe of ttnialiu the juice of out and tliiulv pared rind of half H lmo and one and a half of water This nynip should he pretty thick Lay iu the apple and boil It all together till it jellies removing the ginger and the leinou peel at last An apple and orange salad is also R very nice and little known wisp of using Rppl fl Slice the orange sad removing skin aud scraping off the pulp into a how mix w ith the spit8 some apples out into quarters or eighths Put plenty of sugnr iu between mcli layer Mud nix well I t this bu uindo about an hour before you need to use it It is n nioe dish for the oraiiRos give n very dvlionte flavor to the applos and both will go Tory woll together Cakes Get Stuck Very often onkos stiolf to the fn and it is diftioult to get them out without brenklng this oaks Wring out a cloth in oold water mid draw it around tho sides and bottom of tlia tin Leave it for five minutes then tip it up and the onko will slip from the tin without breaking Kitchen AptonsAn excellent kitchen apron is rondo of unbleached muslin This is superior to the gtughams and seersuokora more generally used for the reason that it can be thoroughly boiled and thus disinfected of possible microbes A few washings give it n suowy whiteness which adds very much to tho daintiness of the cooks appearance A Good Cleaning FluidA cleaning fluid for mens clothes that the housewife will find valuable consists of one pint of benzine one Itnlf drachm f sulphuric ether onehalf drachm chloroform and one drachm of alto If it is saved for cleaning coat collars and outside garments npply with nn old piece of soft black silk For neckties and it can bo used on Gght colored ones as well us black apply with a piece of white silk In trashing soiled black goods put a tl1blspoonful in a gallon ofwarm water twentylive cents will buy a quart of the mixture of the druggist If a lamp be overturned remember that water will only spread the names carried by the burning oil The right plan is to confine the area of the fire and to smother the flames by throwing down sand garden moldor four as rapidly as possible A new lamp wick should be soaked in vinegar If it is done there will be neither smell nor smoke and a much brighter light will Jbe given Scorched PlecesIf a piece is scorched by the use of too hot an iron dip it in soapsuds then hang in sun for several hours Should several repetitions of this treatment fail to remove the tnnrk substitute a saturated solution of borax for the suds aud hang in sun as before i L THE FARM II Live Stock Notes All breeding animals should have a laxative ration before the young are born aud especially BO when on dry feud A good plan is to keep salt where cattle eon get at t when they want ft instead of mixing itwith the feed A steer generally knows what he wants better then tho feeler himself Feeding cattle aro simply flesh producing machines aud they should pronHtoIaZiUIR8In treating calf somirs at the Mlohignn slatioa a mixture of tincture ofrhubarb camphor Red opiate equal parts i1ut water is need Dose a teaspoutiful In one ease a call with scours waa treated ancoessfulli after i itWlt8 so near d ulh the feet wire alrvt bed out addand Ktiff and thpreI was every Miupfcim of death The calf was given the Hiedicine with raivegt1011awl milk and he rnoovered and made one oft Lust feelers in figs to breed hOlllchIuseful breeder of meithwr too fat our too thin Asow met hi too flit will be bard to get with pig will be leas prolific nod will mike a pourer mother than a thin sow The fat animal is likely to roll on her pike nnd the I t 8 from these sows are apt to be small awl weakly Do not brood sown until UIA y are ton to twelve moiiihs old and then keep them in medium flesh and they will do better thau if too fat Proper food and special care and alt ntion are mecessury to raise good pigs Keep the stable clean the horses comfortable aud iu good condition and nave much time doctoring them und the money which veterinarians require and medicine ooste if theaniuiuls are neglected Keep u small box of wood antis or oharooul whero the hogs can get it It will do wondora toward keeping them healthy and their digestions strong A little attention to innttere of this kind will result in a more Ihrlfly growth and quicker fattening The profilt in handling hogs depends greatly on the kind of hogs one y keeps Without good stock no amount of feed mid afire will unable you to make the most out of hogs With good stock liberal feeding and proper care the hog IB a tnouoy maker everywhere A good pasture is as essential to nieces in hog raising ae it is in eat tie raisin Pasture grown pigs are thriftier leer subject to disease hear r ter bum d letter imnted anti reuire less corn to finish them out than pen gnnxu pigs Byall means invest A few dollars in fencing nod provide a pasture for your luigs A farmer near Sihuylkill Heaven Pa recently hired a lad to help him do teaks One morning hw told him to take s ue nalt and salt a calf A out in tint pasture Tbo buy took a quart of salt with him lUll thoroughly j d allover the calf workill it into the hair A of coIL in the I oilthe To Educate Your Children This celled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR JO A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable + i prices Address T J pSBORNE Berea Ky 4 rpaj 1- t N IN OUR OWN STATE Another Hargis Case Dismissed Winchester to be the Biggest To baoco Market College Burned The Bxeeutlve Committee of tbe International Sunday School Union met In Louisville for a four days 11M RIco Saturday Many Important thin concerning the Sunday chool worl lID this country sad abroad were to be decidedMrs Q I Hammond of Lexlngto received word that ih was out of the uelrs to a IMMOM oatate left in Bngland by William Pomfret t British eolonel who oame to this coun try during the Revolution rind joined Gen Washingtons army t The Burley Tobacco Soolsty deataa to build its big tobacco sample ware house in Winchester This will make Winchester the biggest tobaoto mark In tho world Tho act authorising tho calling by n Circuit Judge ot a special torm ot court to ho hold In another county ot tho Judicial district tho special Judw to prosldo at each agoelal term to be named and commissioned hjr the Gov ernor was declared by the Court or Appeals to bo constitutional Walter Day who was State Treas urer under Gov Taylor and ngnlnsl whom a charge of forging his uncle name had been made was acquitted In the Campion Circuit Court A sim liar indictment is pending In Breath CountyA Chattanooga Tenn which tried Ed Turner of Breathltt for the murder ot his wife on the side of Lookout mountain last April brought in a verdict of guilty after being out onlj a few minutes and Turner was sot fenced to hang The cases against Elbert Hargls Bll Brltton and John Abnor charged with complicity in tho murder of Dr B D Cox of Jackson wero dismissed nt Sandy Hook on motion of tho GOBI monwoalths Attorney who stated tha an Important witness was not prows nnd without this witness the stet could not make out a case James Brophy business manager far Judge Jamee lIartll procured tM re lease of Beach Hargta from the workhouse at Cincinnati Young Itaf1 fame baek with him to Lulngioa Coy Beekbam on Monday aeeeptc tM realgnaUon ot Judge It P Peak oC th lttk Dtatrtct aid appouud CIlIa i s Marshall of Sheibyrilte in JIb place The report that the Cumberland Riv er k Nashville Railroad would stoj building the road from Corbin to Mott IceUo was denied The doctors of the state met in con ention at LuuUvUle Tuesday mornkug or a three days session The Comptroller of the Treasury at Vasaington allowed the Spanish War Rna of the lilt and and Srd Kentucky Infantry 1WO additional heel poyThe Kentucky Kuturlty trotting ram nt Lexington was won by orat Watts in three straight heats Navigation of the Kentucky river It Low open to Irvine the steamer Fans City laving run up to that place Mrs Mary C Dreckh ridge widow ot Gen John C Brecktnrldge died at the home of her daughter Mrs Auson Maltby In New York Mlllersburg Female College at Mil lereburg in Bourbon County was d itrojtcl by fire The college war ttJo blUUd In 105Z It Was burned ill 1878 but was later rebuilt The SUlo convention ot the Daugh ten of the Coufttdaracy elected lure W W Talbot of ParU preiiidnil and elected Bardstown ua tide next place oC meeting D M Bridges of Carrollton WM elected grand master of tile Kentveky Odd 1e leUowaITho lion J L JlcCoy one of the most eloquent speakers In Kentucky iras hoard by a large audience at tho college chapel last night In support of the Republican ticket There wns music by the college IxuuJ aad n largo number of people turned out to hear him CONVICTED IH RICHMOND Two convictions of Interest to Berea were mado In the Circuit Court in Richmond late last week The most I mportant was that of Otis Malakoto lor tho killing ot Mr Ilgg at Narrow Gap several years ago Malakoto was sentenced to twenty ono years In the penitentiary lIe escaped north after the killing but was captured there recently and brought back for trial The other conviction was that of Sherman Davidson for breaking into tho registrars office at the college ast winter and stealing several things Davidson in a confession 1m plicated Tommy Baker and Howard HarrIson who were on trial with him but they tailed of conviction Dav Idson was sentenced to thirty days in the work house 5I I BEREA WINS 670 Begins to Show Promise In Garno Against Weak Union College other Game Monday The Boron Varsity football tRut won an easy gismo front Union C- olIelast Saturday the remarkabl core of 670 being made The game was too oataided to reflect ay credit on the victor or to teat tbe team and there te danger that many of IU layers will become ovtreoafl dent and tall to train properly for the really hard games which are to conu Altogether the work la still racgei the team work Is not good and one or two of UM mOll show a tendency to seek personal glory at the expense oC effective work The drill should Un shown more Bf this tune In this ye- CThe r pIne was interesting as a Ipec taclo and for the grandatand pa made tho not thrilling aa R oontu The Derea backs are Iteglpnlng to allOW form but team work is lacking Darton had a tendency to outrun I- iaterferoeee which however WM ni l ther fast nor good He lilt bard and was not easily stopped Powers bad a much better interference sad show Improved tons but did not hit tacklers hard enough and WM easily stop ped when caught Ills dodging In aD upon field was good Kactntan at full did good work whenever called on but was not often used aa the Derea team seemed afraid of the URlonlIH Meoso atQuarter gave good promise ills forward pastes were excellent antI his occasional quarterback runs start ed well tho they failed of much because of ragged team work NluJtI team seemed to have a punter many good chances to gala wore by both Tho development of a lostI seems Boreau greatest need On the defense Bores best work was done by Swopo anti Gamble Tho line did hold against the weal attack but It was slow nono of thoI men getting thru for any tackles The passing was fair and there were no bad fumbles uxeept on a long paw or kick Berea showed poor Judgmon throughout in using safe pays alld not practicing the more difficult owr for which there was a good opportunl ty More Bubatltataa should have Hen tried out also These thing OY1II bar resulted in a lower score 1Mt would have tlone tM teats we more good Onion showed pour isles work be- heat pluck and gamMMM awl 1N- dar men Adktns WUIIaoM Wblte- aDd McDonald eoeld neconapUali little Bereas ragged ten end plays tit- treqlMDtly topped but they coal sake few galu Union kept the bU or first down only three times uti- never toil a second lint down Duo or twice when fur some reason or Liter Bowa failed to kick to safer out from under her own goal push Jabs got the ball on doyns and Use pal was In danger but she alwayi ailed to make tar dlstaaos Had ah had even a little stronger team the h Bult might lure beaD decidedly differ mt She deserves gwat credit for UaeI lean aporumanllk conduct of whole team whoa tile day was gohu aid for them la the second half when It was sat- list the game was safe Berea pat II ubstltutea Logos and Tkonaa bowed indication of good poaalbilt tieR Altogether urea gave eYI once that practice might enable it toi how well oven against a good tsar and the gsa led to high pea mong BOOM of the twkublbopea that It will take hard work to fulfill Powers the Berea captain Mtmei to gt most of the good chaaeM to do IIboWJ work making many graadnuad IWI 14e had five touch downs bat Icked only six of the nine tries at leal M tbde Barton had two touch owbs around the left end ISMtman two thru ocular Thomson two and Lopaa one Swap kleked ow goal The ltn up- IuA rnurioHC Ust1r wMWkku 1 G thc uWq RT roll 11 JT AWoWl Clark K rtlUMM ItwOpe J a ldtabrle- kaeM Q If PIkdr- toa X H MeOon1- 4jwm esp L U T Wood oap- lMman Ji8 Adkln Subs Bero Logan Thomson IharrttW I unsfordJUmpire Ports Referee Walsh I1ahostlrut 25 mInutes Booond 24 tollfctl on aecouut of darknoso The game with Kentucky Woalcyan wilt bo played hero next Monday PIG ROAST TOMORROW The annual Pig Roast of the boys literary societies will be held tomorrow Friday evening Tho party will leave Ladles Hall at 645 for an un known destination whero the hog will bo found All should bring spoons Social privileges have been granted for tho occasion Admission 15 cents or 25 cents a couple hutcued from Perilous Position Adrift Ic San Francisco bay in a disabled launch loaded with dynamite without food and with the waves dash- Ing over them for two days and two nights Is the plight frqm which two badly frightened men were rescued I THE MARKET Live Stock Louisville Oct 15 GSI11iihts1Ilhhlfgsteers Choice butcher steers 4 25 6 7 Vain to good It 06 4 1I Common to medium do tl 8 0Choice butcher 1ml fern 8 80- PHlr 4 S togood do die 8 8 10 Com to timed do do a BQ 8 U- tbnlon butcher eovm 8 BO 4 Pair to pod do do ft 00 11 10 Com to meet do do I a Cnimpra 1 shelve tIM 4 4 4- 1fedl do a 60 I 00 cum unit rough do s a ro Good to ext took sleeps R 7f- tWtlr I to good do do 8 95 1171 Com to med do do 2 M s load to ex stock heifers 8 a 60 Coin to mel do do ii 80- Uood a to extra oxen 4 to 471 Mod to good R 4- Uood to extra bulls a 00 II 110 Fair to good butte 2 fiQ 00 Choice veil MI Ivor HI 40 7 00 Count heavy stir J 80 f ro Cliplo cows 16 40 Coin to med do do t6 s0 Iluln common do do 10 WI nuns 76MediumLight shipper 1bJ to 100 nat 0 CO 10Light lGIGood to oh fat sheep 4 9C 180 Hair to good sheep 3 10 4 91 Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Mucks 700 111 Cholee butcher lambs 4 Oa 4 71 Culls and tallends 2 00 4 00 Good native owes 6 00 6 00 I rRonuozIEggs 18c per dos I Butter 20c per lbIPoultry Spring chickens small He perlb largo 130 hens JOKof ducks small young lie old got turkeys Ito geese ic ITan Bark Price at the depot at Derea per cord 700 t I Ties frlHtl at the depet at fierce ami a limit feet lean C by C lima U HatseRight and a half tat long t ty s eults SS OMU Bight toot 8 Ur S lust M oeats caauII Priag paid bjr SUMMtard Wheel Co afBerea for black or shell bark hick ory spokes split or cawed ITInnt ate A u4 B grade M W Runt aiac C grads 8 M Pint alas D trade 70 80004 slse A and B grade 21 00 M Second size C wade 12 00 Second size D grade 0 00 Third also A and D grade 25 00 Third size 0 grade 12 00 i Fourth size A atul n grndo 30 00 I First Blzo Is lraln on the heart 11 In deep and 28 to 30 Inches long Sec mid alto Is X In on the heart 8 in dtep and 10 in long Third else la 2fc In on the limit 3K In deep and 80 in long Fourth mice to ZVfcln on the heart 1H In deep and SO 1n long IUDUC SALE I will on Satnrday November the 2nd 1907 on Ute promises ID Oarrartl county ussr Uallaoeton Ky about five miles above Paint Lick etatlanIo-n the 1 A N It It sell to this high eat bidder n lot of land about three aerw with all the appurtenances thereon ootMlstlng of a very good IhroorootB louse with outbuildings Ii In a good neighborhood close to schools and ehurahfts and for quiet i poneo sobriety and Christianity tam not be oxcallid by any people Terms made kpown on the day of ealp Sale to eomuveneo at 10 n m Celllas Coy KlrkaviUe Ky W P Prewllt AuejUoNMr lima Ky PUUUO SALE All agent for the heirs of John rand Nancy Palmer deceased I will on Saturday Ootober the Stith lOOT AtYthe late residence of the said J and Nancy Palmer five mllos south eASt of Lancaster on the Lancaster and Richmond turnplko road near Point Lcavell a railroad station on the 1 Sc N n It soil to the highest bidder a Arlaln tract of land con taining 106 acres of good land IIlkinda good residence of eight rooms good barn corn crib buggy 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 extolled by any people Any one wishing to look at the farm Mr Pope who lives on the farm will take a pleasure In skew fIHi IIII wtHW potseatea will le gtv- es one third Jan tat lou third Jan let 1616 purelMMT W eaeete- notes oa day of sale with good aeater alxItfats to iMCta at 10 oclock a M W PMmr Agent IJ Potal Leavell XtW P PrewtU Auctioneer Berea L 00I 010+ 010 0 10 t I oo- I ADDING I JNEWW ACCOUNTS j Wo are constantly adding new accounts and our business is increasing at n very satisfactory rate It isoo + 1i our purpose to S + 0 1 Deal Justly and Liberally With All I o h t t Your Account Solicited e I i INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS io I THE I o I i Berea National Bank j Capital 2500000 Surplus 150000 1S E WELCH Hroaldont J L GAY Cashier o +o +o+o+o +o+o t Y+o+o+o +o+ooo e+O +O+oo+J+O +O +e+OOo+ ottf iJ I AM THE MAN WHO I SELLS THE LANDproperty In Iteron nnd farm lands are advancing In I IIown Is tho tlmo to save money by buying hnru somo excellent vnluo in tho way for silo Iii farm well located containing 100 acres ijU acres hot land n line crop on It now good IxiHdlnuH well Itom lying along bcslun county rouII nnd railroad which ImprovedIthe sum of 1700 I have another tract of land containing ISO acres of Innd 40 acres bottom land This land ordinarily 60 to 75 per aero Ican soil you this excellent IgrnRM now for 46 per micro Now IH your tlmo for n bluegrass COlltI hnvo very beautiful property In Marta now for sale 1 lUlldlllg iota in tho West yet unsold price 100 I t one aerpn each lot three cottages In tho West end iota containing nn I each I can sell you any one of HICHO lots nt 1BO each ueroiare evidently tho best bargains you ylll hnvo for n nlco Jierea any ways soon Another bargain 40 acres of land in the farm a very good vu building good wire fencing 25lcroll of good bottom land only 1Qo0 I if you want to exchange real estate for business to town I am your man Anything you want sold tell me J P BICKNELL REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT L it S MITCHELLTOOVITJOBMINER6 RUN FOR REELECTION HIS HEALTH IS TOO POOR Announcement Is Made In United Mine Workers Journal Has f Deen Head of Organiza lion Since 1898 Indlawpolta Inalobo Mitchell I Tirosldetil of tho United Mlno Work ere announced In tho current Issue of tho United Mlno Workers Journal that its will not bo a candidate for re i oloctlon as president Ha says In his juinouncetnent that ho docs not regard i himself as woll enough to attend oxfwns In tko city Thursday but It Is Yatd at headquarters that Mr Mltoholl will Ankh his present term as presi dent which expires April 1 of next year Mr Mitchell underwent a surgical operation about six months ago and tit Is sold that ho bos not folly rccov fred and that It Is possible It will b nccosMry to perform another opera tton Ho went to Chicago Tuesday aud expected to go from there to La Salic 1IL Thursday to consult with A surgeon In regard to the adrlsabll ity of another operation His Format Announcement allfeltoweTtt the Officers and Members of the U M W of A Orcetlng Inasmuch at notices railing for nominations an lM lng sent out from the once of tit secretary and In order that all Iocs John Mitchell unions and members thereof may be in position to express their choice foi a the once of president I herewith announce that I shall not bo a candidate for the presidency of your organisa tion I am prompted to arrlvo at tits WooUlon because I bollovo that I am no lancer well enough to give your In ItOrodtg tho consideration their Import lance demands I shall explain In greater detail Ic jiny annual report to our coming cons volition the causes which impol me tr give up the high oflloo to whloh you have elected mo for so many years 1 thank you for tho confidence you havo reposed In me and I bog you to Ibollevo that the advancement of my craft has been my highest ambition JOHN MITCHELL President U M W of A i Nominations Due November 5I Tho nominations to which Ir- alItcheU refers aro to reach tho In t itcrnatlonal headquarters in this city i not later than November G from the various locals of the organization The referendum vote on tho dice lion must reach headquarters not Mater than 20 days prior to the con tention which will be held in this city In January of next year Mr Ilchns term however does not ex rite until April 1 Mr Mitchell has boon president of AmericaITwo Michigan Banks close Kalamazoo Mich The Union bank Of Rlchland and tho Bowman bank of R this city both private Institutions I havo closed their doors with habit ities which aro stated to total 195- t 400 of which thoso of the Union bank I Amount to 120000 Reynolds Alaska flank Falls Seattle Wash rho H D Iloynolds bank at Valdez Alaska closed Us doors Wednesday Boston and Now England capital furnjshed largely by echoal teachers formed tbo basis of Jleynolds first exploitation In Alaska president Kills a Fine Buck Stamboul lAA courier who art rived from tho presidents camp on tho Tessas late Thursday evening ro ported that the president had killed r a tins buclt lint otherwise the Must Thursaity was Darren at results IASSIH CHADWICK IS DEAD WOMAN DANK WRECKER EXPIRES X IN OHIO PENITENTIARY Comatose When the End Comes Her Son Arrives Too Lato She Left No Statement Columbus 0Mrs Cassia Chad wick whoso amazing financial transactions culminated In the wrecking of an Oberlin bank died In tho wom penltoaliaryThursday Mrs Chndwlclc had been In a oomatoio condition for some hours previous to her death And tho end came peacefully No friends or rola tives waltod at her bedside liar son Emil Hoover had been summoned from Cleveland but he arrived 15 min utos after she expired Mrs Chadwicka body was removed to n local undertaking establishment and prepared for burial It will be taken to Cleveland Friday by Emit Hoover but no plans for the funeral Mrs Cnle Chadwick la that city have yet been announced Mrs Cbndwlclc embraced tho Catholla faith and was baptized a few days before her death Thursday Morning she received the last Anointment The decline In Mrs Chadwicka health began almost from tho time she entered the penitentiary on Janu any 12 1906 sentenced to tan years Imprisonment Sho fretted Incessant ly over her confinement and worried about her troubles until It becamo al most impossible for her to sleep At times she was so peevish tho patience of the prison officials was sorely tried She was a robust nod healthy looking woman when she came to the prison but J1e gradually waited away and had lost fully 10 pounds at tbo Urns of her death The physicians declared she was the victim of a total norvoui collapse described In medical soione ns neurasthenia LOANS NEWS TO HIM P 8 Trainor Never Heard of 20000 COO Charged to Him Now York Loans of over 20000 000 which the books of tho Sonthern Ilpo Lino company show wore made to P a Tralflor between 18M and 1905 Imcamo moro puzzling of solu lion to Frank U Kellogg conducting Ui e federal suit against the Standard 011 company Thursday whoa Mr Tralnor taking the witness stand in the oil suit testified that tho money had never been paid to him and that ho bad never heard of the account The Southrrna books show that unsigned vouchers wore received for those loans and that tho money was never handed back to the company Mr Tralnor sold that be xrna formerly crude oil purchasing agent for the Standard Oil Company of New York and as such purchased all tho oil and sold It to tho refineries Ho said ho noted In a similar capacity now for the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey Pastor and Affinity Held Now York Rev Maxwell J H Wa lenta pastor of tho German mission church of Brooklyn and Mrs Louis A Dauer a parishioner and the wife of an cltctrotypcr wero arrested Friday and In court held for an inquiry into their montal condition Tho action was instituted by Mr Bauer and tho min isters father Tho complainants as sorted that Mrs Bauer bad left her husband and child and sought refuse at tho clergymans house The two woro charged with offending public decency Students In Food Tests Minneapolis Minn Tho result of an experimental diet of crackers milk and butter on which five Uni versity of Minnesota students lived for four days was announced Wednes dayAll tho men lost In weight the loss ranglnc from on quarter of a pound to three pounds and a half The men during tho test ate three meals a day each meal consisting of 100 grams of crackers 780 grams of milk and 135 grams of butter Frame Up 010000000 Combine Now York Announcement is made that an important deal Involving tho combination or merger of some largo southern packing and canning Inter ests bas just been completed borough George A Young and associates Tho deal Involves tho acquisition by the Mcllhcnny company of the tabasco sauce business1 of E Mcllhonnys Sons and tho canning and packing business of tho Mcllhenny Canning Manu featuring company The capitalization of tho new company will be 10090 000 It la declared AN EVIL THAT 13 ALWAYS WITH U3 Uncle SlmJuat as Im getting In a pleasant and sane state of mind that darn fellow bobs up and gets me loco SAYS MINES WERE SALTED SENSATIONAL FRAUD DISCOVERED NEAR LENDER WYO Investors Not to LosePrime Movers In Organization Will Redeem All Stock Helena Mont Tho Record pub lishes a story to tho effect that numorous Montana and Washington investors have beon mulcted to the extent of more than a third of n mil lion dollars through the discovery that certain placer mines near Lender Wyo had been salted and that tho property in question Is worthless Thomas L Qreonough of MlMOula and J F Orcenough of Spokane who wore the prime movers In the organi zation have notified all investors that they will redeem all stock at the price paid thus assuming the loss Tho discovery that tho property was salted was duo to an Independent ex amination conducted by Speaker E W King of the Montana legislature and J R Nell ot Spokane heavy prospective Investors who found after removing a fow Inches of the shaft walls that the ground was valuo less as were tho tailings although all previous experiments showed values ranging from 20 cents to nine dollars a yardA firm was so impressed with tho future ot the property that it offered tho Oreenoughs 42600000 for their Interest but the offer was re jested Water not being available work had boon started from either end on a tunnol through n mountain so tho flow of tho Pophoagio rlvor might be utilized The discovery has created hlstolofATTORNEY GENERAL IS CITED Young of Minnesota May Be Punished for Contempt of Court St Paul MinnTEdward T Young attorney general of Minnesota was served with an order Friday Issued by Federal Judge Lochren to show cause why ho should not bo punished for contempt of court The alleged contempt consisted of mandamus pro ceedings brought In the district court of Ramsey county to compel the rail roads to comply with tho commodity rate law passed by tho last legislature tho enforcement ot which has been temporarily enjoined by tho federal court Tries to Jump Into Ocean New York Herbert Fletcher Do Bon ot Chicago attempted to end his ilfo by jumping Into tho sea In mid ocean according to a report made by the officers of the steamer Moltko which arrived hero Thursday from Genoa and Naples Tho Moltko was three days out when le lion made the attempt to hurl himself Into the soft He was caught before ho had succeeded la carrying out his appar ent intention and frtim that time until the steamer arrived hero he was kopt under constant observation Santa Fe Road Guilty Los Angeles CalAttcr brief de liberation tho jury in thd case ot tho Santa Fe Railway company charged with rebating shipments Friday ran dered a verdict of ghdltyon all counts enumerated in tho indictments found by the grand jury Tho maximum fine for the offenses charred is 1100000 and tho mini mum Is JCCOOO Sensational Shooting In Alabama Huntsvllle AlaA sensational shooting occurred Friday hear Now Market the victim being John Fan ning a prominent citizen who was fatally wounded by Dr A 0 Allen Dr Allen surrendered to the sheriff Rochefort Goes to La Patrle Paris Henri Rochefort the well known French Journalist Friday at the ago ot 77 severed his connection with the Intcransslgeant which he founded In 1880 and assumed the editorship of the Patrle e TO ATTEND TRUST CONFERENCE Delegates for Illinois Are Appointed by Gov D neen Springfield III The follow- Ing delegates were appointed Friday by dev Dcneen to represent the stale of Illinois at tho National Trust conference to be held la Chicago Oc tobor 23 John Mitchell president of tho United Mine Workers of Amer- Ican William D Ryan secretary treasurer of the Illinois District United Mlno Workers of America Charles RIdgley Springfield Prof James W Garner University of Illi nois Charles Whitney Waukojan Benson Wood Efflnghnm Dr Ed round J James president University of Illinois John V Farwell Jr John G Sbedd A C Bartlett D A Eck hart Alfred L Dakar George W Perkins president Clgannakers union Harry Pratt Judson president University of Chicago E R Wright president Illinois Federation of La bor Marvin Hughltt president Chi cago to Northwestern railway A J Barling president Chicago Milwau ken to St Paul railway Franklin Mae Voagh John S Miller W J Calhoun Abram W Harris president Northwestern upnlverslty Charles G Dawes former comptroller of the cur roncy LUSITANIA SETS NEW RECORDS Crosses In Four Days 20 Hours Averaging Nearly 24 Knots Now York Tho Cunarder Luslta nla with practically all the transatlan tic records to her credit arrived abeam the Sandy Hook lightship at 125 a m Friday The Umo for the trip from Daunts Rock to tho Sandy Hook light the om vial course over which the speed trials were made was four days 20 hours The last days run was apparently tho fastest of tho trip the giant liner hit Ung up her speed to 25 knots an hoar over a smooth sea with little wind to Interfere with lien The Lusltanlas time averages al most exactly 24 knots nn hour for the entire trip lien arrival at 120 or flvo minutes earlier than sho passed tho lightship would have made her speed exactly 24 knots Actress Shoots Herself Galllpolls OMlss Texas Gulnan loading lady with tho Simple Simon Theatrical company accidentally shot herself in tho side during the perform anco Inn local theater Thursday night How tho revolver casno to be loaded Is a mystery Miss Guinan finished tho song sho was singing before being carried from tho stage Sho will probably recover it blood poisoning does not set In- Missing Man Found Dead Cincinnati H B Howard a wealthy coal dealer of Hartwoll a suburb who had been missing for more than 24 hours was found Friday afternoon In n railroad coal shed ap parently murdered The body bad been covered with sacks and pieces of coal and tile head was battered In This is the second murder In the Mill crook valley this week First Test Ride Taken Washington The first test ride by army officers which was ordered by President Roosevelt to determine the horsemanship of those of higher rank than captain started from Fort Mycr at two p m Tuesday and two and a halt hours later the party 29 In num bar was back at the fort having traversed something over 16 miles of goad and bad Virginia roads Balloonist Has Fatal Fall Mattoon III Bonanslnga a balloon- Ist of Qulncy 111 was probably fatal ly hurt hero Friday by falling 400 feet from ft bUrstcd bl1l1oon The para chute failed to opon in tho short din tance to earth Lake Steamer Is Sunk Detroit Mich The steamers Lako Shore and Fred Pabst collided early Friday In St ClaIr river and tho Luke Shore was badly stove la about the bows while the Pabst sank close to shore I rROUND ABOUT THE STATE r dWhot Is Going on In Different of Kentucky SCHOOL FEUD Delleved to Have Resulted In the Teacher Being Poisoned Barbourville Ky Telephone messages from Whltloy county state that the lower end of the county is much wrought up over tho supposed poison I lug of Arch IxxJger a young schoolteacher of the Devils Crook neighborhood resulting it is believed irons a long drawnout dlfflcuKy between the Inatructor and certain patrons of the school Shortly alter partaking of his luncheon Ledger was taken violently ill and lato reports say he will not recover Tho contents of his luncheon pall aro boilovod to tiara been poi coned Some time ago Ledger corrected come of his pupils and shortly after ward a number of men armed with guns made their appearance at the schoolhouse and ordered him to leave Instead ot hooding their commands Lodger appeared before the county judge of Whitley and bad several placed under peace bonds- BARDSTOWN CHOSEN For Next Meeting of Kentucky Daugh tars of the Confederacy Pat Kymho eUlo convention of the Daughters of the Confederacy elected tho following officers Presi dent Mrs W W Talbott Paris first vice president Mrs Mattlo Bruce Rey notch CovIngton second vice presi dent Mro Polk Prince Guthrie third vice president Mrs Mazy D Bond Lawrcoceburg corresponding were tary MJw Lucy Colvlll Paris treas uror Mrs Frank Allen Shorpsbure state secretary Mrs John Woodbury Louisville reelected historian Mrs Gray Gatlln Swain Murray chaplain Mrs Jennie Cathawood Bean Win chesterA of sympathy over the death of Mrs John C Brocklnrtdge was sent her daughter Mrs John A Steele of Midway Ky Bardstown was chosen for the next meeting Tho movement to preservo tho home ot the late Jefferson Davis was indorsed Clnclnrvatlan Fined Augusta KJohn Thomas of Cia cinnati who recently came hero and started a billiard hall was fined 25 and costs for delivering whisky in bottles on order The Law and Order League WAS behind the prosecution Tho evidence showed that he accepted an order for an amount less than one gallon to be shipped in from Cincin nati but before the delivery he was arrested Thomas appealed the case Drowned While Crossing Creek Soottsvllle Ky Abo Thompson and his daughter who lived across the tine In Barren county were drowned while trying to cross Darren river at a Cordon the Glasgow pUce Recent rains bad caused the river to rise and while driving across the spring wagon was upset and the oocupanta and the team swept away No trace of tho bodies the wagon r team has been discov crud Batts on a Bat Louisville Ky Crazed by drink George Batts IS ran amuck in the K I railroad yards Before ho was captured ho seriously Injured James Htekoy an aged flagman broke out dozens ot windows in the roundhouse and did other damage It required the combined efforts of flvo railroad em ployes to control Batts until tho police arrived with handcuffs Female College Burns Lexington Ky Mlllersburg female college MUlorsburg Bourbon county established In 1V52 burned in 1878 re built now conducted by Rev C C Fisher president and owner was totally destroyed by fire Seventy girl students mostly from southern states had most ot their apparel burned Loss II about 125000 Insured Even Money on Wlllson Lexington KyA wager ot 1000 that the democratic nominee will receive the election for tho once of governor over Wlllson tho repub Scan nominee was made by James Kearns at the office of W R Welch the broker The 11609 fiat on Wlllaon la a peel of republican money Followed His Wife Lexington Ky TUohart Walters 27 a constable of Bath Bounty committed suicide ia this okty wtolM attcadlnafthe races by taking carbolic acid A fow months ago he worried u riot widow of Bourbon county and she committed suicide about two months ago Ninety Per Cent Pledged Paduoah KyReports In this dls inlet of the dark patch show ttiat fully 90 per cent of tho dark tobacco has been pledged nnd the association Is In i flourishing condition Many now ro ruJts have been secured Election Officers Must Stand Trial Frankfort KyJftIo court orap peals by Judgo Settle reversed the Fayetto circuit court In tho caso of th lommonwoalth vs Moses Kaufman The appellee was indicted In Februar tor unlawful conduct while an olcctioii Olcer Stone Will Speak Columbia Ky Preparations are be aS made for a big political gathering tote October 15 when W J Stoao ember of congress find at one exI tem raUc candidate for rill eocak at tlseu twthgsi UNIFORM LIQUOR LAW URGED Kentucky Distillers and Wholesalers Launch National Campaign Louisville Ky Tho campaign for a uniform liquor license law in nil tho states of the union which was advised at tho last convention of the National Wholesale Dealers association was launched at a joint meeting of tho Ken tucky Distillers association and tho Kentucky Wholesale Liquor Dealers association Tho main points of the uniform license law called for in the address to be sent to all tho various legislatures are as follows 1 All licenses now outstanding should bo mAde permanent unless can celed by a voto of the majority of the citizens ot n state county precinct or municipality These licenses should be transforablo from one to another tho same as any other property Li transferred 2 No license uhoUJd be Issued In the future until the proportion boo comes not more than one for each 500 ot population 3 A license should yield a good annual return to the government but It should not be excessive WILL PREVENT BOOKMAKING Sheriff Declares That He Will Stop Betting at LoulsvHIe Track Louisville Ky4n tL letter address ed to Charlea F Grainger president of tile new Louisville Jockey club Sheriff A Scott Bullitt announced his inten lion to prevent bookmaking at the fall raring meeting scheduled to begin at Churchill Downs In his letter Mr Bui lilt gives U as fits optnton that betting on the race track is just as much tHe gal as in a poolroom and that the acts ot the legislature excepting pool sell tag on tracks trom tho general gain bling statutes Is unconstitutional The jockey club officials would mako no statement tot he4r intentions but It Is believed that they will seek to onjoln the Bhortff from Intorf ering with the bookmakers It ia claimed dot tho jockey club has a charter pcrmtttlns betting on Its track Should the con tention of Sheriff Bullitt be upheld by tho ceurt it would mean the end of racing in Kentucky and would be u severe blow to tho breeding and racing interests of the country Woman Heir to Millions Lexington KyMrs C I Ham tcond of this city has received word that she is one of the heirs to a 5 000000 estate in England which was left by William Ponfret former British colonel who came to America In 1770 and joined Gun Washingtons army and later wan superintendent of Vernon Mrs Jennie McMcckin of Toledo 0 mother of Mrs Hammond possesses correspondence between Lord Palmerson and Joseph W Pod frod flS the noimo is now spelled when Palmerson premier ot England wrote to Ponfret regarding the estate but did not file a claim An attorney of this city will go to England to prosecute Mrs Hammond claim Actors Leave the Scene Sandy Hook KyThe last of the feud cases transferred to this placo from BroatKltt county having been wiped out by the dismissal of John Abner Special Judge Moody adJourn- ed the court and took his departure Judgo Hargls Elbort Harels Bill Brtt ton John Abner and their several wit nesses left for Jackson Will Be Tried In December Lexington KyThe cases of Ed Callahan Jesse Splcor and Alex and Elbert Hargls charged with complic ity In the killing of James Cockrcll at Jackson sad transferred from the Breathltt court will not be tried until Decomber because of the absence ot witnesses cow attending the feud trial at Sandy Hook McChesney Loses Frankfort KThe Kentucky court of appeals affirmed the decision of the Franklin circuit court in tho case of McOhesney TS S W Hagwr holding that McChesney Is entitled to 5000 salary only Ho sought to secure tin additional fl000 for services In the corporation department Women Raise 5008 Lexington KyAt a meeting of the state committee of the Daughters of tho Confederacy It was stated by Mrs RoY McKlnney of Paducah president that oncvthird of the 915000 required for tho erection of a monument to tho late Gen JOh H Morgan had been subscribed Held For Robbery Lexington Ky Tnree young men who gave their names as J J Setters J D White and G O Ullanger the former two of Dayton 0 and the lat tor of St Lout wore arrested on a charge ot robbing a fanner named Smith of J2EO at wile Phocnhc hotel Street Cars Run Despite Strike Henderson Ky There la no indica tion ot an early settlement of the obe stinate A car was stoned near tho L woreybroken Throe men tofu arrest charged with the offense Didnt Make Good Lexington KyRov n L Oglosby failed to sustain tho charges of Insult tag end abusive languaco against fits five brothers 1m the Colored Ministe rial rifloa and their meal were die sslsed in Jt9 euKf taUce Bell 1 I OOeo o o oeoeeeoeoOOUUOOU uw vweo evVS East Kentucky Correspondence o i News You Get Nowhere Else 0o es erreip iltac lakUikN uhu HgaM im ttll kj till enter Fhi lam C ti nt let tiklleatiai ht u u ertdMc el rood lutk Writ plnalyof0 o o oeoeoooooouvwuuu RICKCASUE courtnI Oct 12J W Phillips gavo thbI young folks a candy party Wednesday All had a nice time James lunsCordI Is balding a protracted meeting at Pine GroveJ W Phillips will start to Louisville Monday for about aj weeks stay The report Is that Jas Lunsford has sold his stock of goodsI to Joe Drew of Robinett Ky will take possession of the store aboutj the 16th Tom Gabbard is much 1mt provedJ F Dooley was In DereaI Thursday on business Mrs Ollverj Jones of Moberley Ky is visiting at J L Jones of Goochland Ky Amos and Polly McCollum of Indian Creek paid their sister of Martins Valley aI visit Saturday and Sunday last There will soon begin a Sunday sChool1 at Sycamore at 9 oclock There Is noI reason why we should not havo a gaolI Sunday school here though it seems as though most of the people have lost all Interest in the Sunday school j We hope that this will be a vibrating chord and the people will all come outThe Rev Mr Davis preached two sermons at Lone Oak Sunday last Mrs Frances Isaacs Is visiting her son J C Isaacs of Sand Springs this week Everybody Is very busy sovJ ing their fodderCross tie making and hauling are the principle work of this country this season There was a frost in this section Tuesday I night last but It was not heavy Mr Wyley Coffey loft thlu country forI TennoBsee a few days agoMr Gulre has moved to the Abe Phillips I farm Joe Martin is thinking of departing front this country for Illinois BONE Oct 14Regular services wore held at Falrvlew church Sunday con ducted by the Rev U W Lambert Mrs Luolnda Wren has beon quite sick but is much betterMr and Mrs 0 E Bunch have a new baby boy Mr and Mrs John Leavott returned to their home in Henry County Sat urday after an extended visit to el awes and frlendsA D Leavett is at home agatnJ E Wren visited I home folks here last week Farmers are busy cutting corn at this place Hasten Leavett of Doublelick visited relatives at this place one day last week Miss Jennie Chasteen return ed to her home Sunday alter an ex tended visit to her sister near Dlspu tanta OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT Oct 12A goodly number of Ows ley people attended the speaking at Beattyvllle Tuesday Mrs James Cal Her of London is friends and relatives near hero at prosentvenI able I Jackson has vein of coal that faces sixty Inches I of Wild on Stur AnIdyurday and time Stave hauling is the principle business at presentThe new rail road is progressing finely MADISON COUNTY- KINGSTON Oct HMrs Minnie Curd and children of Durgin are visiting rela tlves at this place Humphry Azblllj of near Big Hill who has been sick some time is Improving W G 1for has sold his hound and lot itoLevi Klmblaln of Dreyfus for 700 t Mrs Arthur Riddoll has been very sick with typhoid fever but Is improv fagMr and Mrs Jim Gilmore are the proud parents of a fine baby girl Mrs Will Adams who has been sick for some time Is well agalnMr and l Mrs W G Munday are receiving conS- t gratulations over a fine baby girl which arrived at their home Wednesday weighing ten pounds Mrs Joe Lauson and children of Fayette Count have been visiting her brother Mr G W Moody and other relatives at this placeJ R Azblll will have his f Public Sale Wednesday October 23 We are sorry to hear of the death of Mr W J Glllsple a well known man of Garrard County William O Mays of Garrard county and Miss Helen Terrill of this County will be married Wednesday October 23Robert Hock er the negro accused of killing Nqw ton Veal a well known farmer of Fayette County will be tried at Lex ington by a Madison jury and many men from this place have been sum moned CLAY COUNTY HUKN1NO SrUINOS October 10 The Sextons Creek Teachers Association held at Lee I Jones school on Sachyr last Satur day was well attended excepting by the teachers belonging to the district as there were many absent We always find our progressive people in I the front ranks No teacher can af ford to miss such opportunity for rime provement Tho storm of recent date did much damage to the corn crop on low lands and the roadsMrs Mor t n n n npn o gad of Manchester is In our village looking for a place to locate We merIIchantfor a neo Rawlings id visiting at the home her father FaycUe Rawllngs Hen ry Thompson his wife and daughter Bertha will soon leave to spend the winter in Hamilton OSam WebbI spent a few days recently at the homo j his fatherour County Superln tendent has been visiting schools about here recently Emit Rawllngs has recently returned from Beatty where he has been looking after Ivllle Interests of the telephone com pany The public schools report ai excellent attendance for this time of school at this sunIIdnybasket and join usMiss SCOlllo willI visit her mother on Little Raccoon this coming Saturday John Smith has moved his family Into Mr Browns houseILAUREL COUNTY CONOO Oct 11P L Young the photog rapher is very ill with the typhoid fever John Tincher of Longman andj Miss Maggie Doan of Congo wore married at the home of the Rev W T Bryant Sunday 3 F Reams attended the funeral meeting nt Oldj Rockcastle church house SundayTt Rev Messrs Elaine Dogs and Creech interesting sermons to a oonjduotlngschoolhoute Mr Chestnut is a butt ling teacher and deserves the patrouI age of allJ F Reams who wounded is able to take charge of his school agalnStephen Bales of Spring field Ill accompanied his mother Mrs Lucy Baloe homo Wednesday Aunt Lucy has been away for about three weeks J H Vaughn Mil lard Chandler and J F Reams attend ed the Baptist Association at Sinking Creek Oct 4 6 and GFodder sav- Ing and sorghum making aro about I over in this vicinity Monday night there was a severe rain storm in this part causing much high water Mr B P Young our merchant is enlarging his dwelling house Mat Ash1 er has sold his farm and will soon nova away Mr Henry Ivy died last week Her body was Interred near the home of J F Young JACKSON COUNTY MCKKK Oct HHen D C Edwards spoke to a small but enthusiastic audience here last Saturday in the interest of the Republican State Ticket H F Minter returned from Georgetown last Friday Mrs Sally Collier is In poor Cynthia Ponder who has IhealthMrs for several days is able Mrs John Farmer Sr is still bedfast R M Bradshaw Circuit Court Clerk accompanied Judge H C Faulkner to Wind Cave where he Faulkner made a speech in the interest of the Republican pa- rty8 N Welch left McKee this even ing for Louisville Tho Teachers Association for Magisterial District I No1 will be held at McKeo next Sat urday Everybody is Invited to attend HUGH I Oct 13Mr Jack Frost han paid us all a visit and bitten several things John Hudson who got crippled while hauling logs is slowly improving Miss Maggie Bcnge who has been staying with her sister at Dreyfus has returned home Miss Dora Ely who bos been visiting friends and relatives in Laurel County has returned home and reported a fine tlmeMrs Levi Parks is very ill Several at this place attended church at Pilot Knob altho the pastor was not present We hope he will be able to meet the peo plo of that place next month Curtis Benge and John Lane passed thru this vicinity last week buying hogs We have Suudayuchool organized at this place and hope it will have good success Everybody is invited at three oclock ANNY1UJC Oct HCrlt Powell and family of Mt Vernon have been visiting relative I here for several days They went to their home yesterday Judge H C Faulkner of Barboursvllle and the lion D C Edwards of London spoke I here Saturday The Rev Mr SIpple of London gave a talk to us Sunday j night at the Baptist church on Chrism education Lee J Webb Mose Edwards Will Isaacs and others went to Louisville today to attend the Grand Lodge of the Masonic Order which will be held in that city this ekThe Rev Anderson Cornelius filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday He was called to the pastorate of the church this coming earMrs Nancy A Johnson gave an apple peal- Ing Thursday night James Henry I J Jones bt Tyner passed thru hero today with a pair of good mulesMrs Jesse Baker Is very sick Dave Vaughn of Laurel County passed thru here Sunday on his way to Tyner where the funerals of his mother tnd sister were preached yesterday Julius Bales has been allowed a pension of 12 per month on account of his son dying In the Philippine Islands ClOVKIl BOTTOM Oct 14Jaok Frost has visited us several nights doing much dam age to sweet potatoes and sugar cane- Several of the people from this plac attended church at Kerby Knob Sun dayThere will be many people from here at the Sunday School rally at Kerby Knob next Sunday Jas Baker is getting along well with his manufacture of stone ware Mrs Mary Hayes of this plane Is seriously 111 Services were hold at Cave Springs Sunday in memory of Mrs- Steve Abrams A largo crowd was present JMKUOT Oct 14Jack Frost has come ot lastCal Nelson was in our vicinity Saturday Miss Rosa Hundley has been on the sick list but Is up again Miss Laura Spence and Frank Wy and part of their schools visited Oscar Cornelius school Friday Judge Faulkner made a fine speech at Letter- Box with good attendance Mrs Andrew Cornelius has become the mother of a tine glrlDob McDowell and his sister Florence are visiting Miss Emma Baldwin Thorn flits a boon hulling at John Burnams Friday night unIhas moved to Gray Hawk Wo are expecting Mr and Mrs James St John to visit rel dives here this weekAt the school election here It B Reynolds cnrrltd the day against John Moore Mimur FunK October lAlmOit everyone near hero Is thru saving fodder Robert and Joe Tuwey made a burinaw trip o Livingston Saturday Wes Angel Cap and Does Wilson have gone into a job of logging near Sand GBpThe school at this place Is progressing nice ly Rebecca Wilson who has been staying with her grandmother lIra Bcckle Tussey in Berea for some time has returned to her home here Done Angel who has been poorly for some time is slowly improving EVKUOIIKUK Oct 12A protraotad meeting Is be ing held at Pine Grove this week by the Rev James Lun ford Three additions have been made to the church Ed M Jones and his family have moved to Archer Bandys Mr Ml ma Jones has picked and shelled thirteen bushels of soup beansJudge Faulkner made a political speech at Pine Grove yesterday Another spook Green Lake andor was Joe Martin Elbert Lake have been trading mul8L Amos McCollum and his slater Pol lie visited friends near Kvorgrcer Saturday and Sunday Green Lake went to McKee Saturday on busing Molasses making Is all the go 011 Little Clover this week J W Jone says ho can down the Four Brother axle grease with his molasses Squire Hammond traded Bob Rose II mule to 3 calves and a haystack Cash Griffon traded John Alcorn thrc calves to one horse and wagon and IE gone into the tie business John Mar tin sold John Million a cow for 26 Tom Hellard has bought out Sonk Lakes interest In his ridge MAULIU1N- I Oct 14 Almost everybody df thi place attended the memorial mcotln held at the graveyard near hero Sun dayMr and Mrs W M Ponnlngtoi have purchased a house and lot ill Plttsburg where they will moon to make their future home John L Pennington and wife have been visiting his fatherinlaw E G Bowles Miss Becca Pennington Mis Sudle Hurley Misses Sallle and Matt owlet attended Sunday school a Mt Olive Sunday Miss Leah David son who has been visiting her sister near Oneida has returned horn agaln1 It Bowles passed thru hen going to the Brushy Mountain to hau staves Stave hauling seems to to all the go this fall- KKUIIY KNO1I Oct HJack Frost has been visit ing us severely for the past week People are very busy cutting theii corn Sunday was our regular meet ing and baptismal services were hclc directly after the meeting A Sunday school rally will be given at tiff place on next Sunday May all bat a good time and not get hungry W will be visited by friends from Bere with music and will have a nice en tertatnment All comeLlttle Gran Click has been ill with pneumonia bu Is slowly improving at this writing ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky FRANKLIN COUNTY CORRUPT ELECTIONS The Dcckham Followors De nounced as Debauchers of the Ballot DQx by a Democratic Paper In Frankfort Dy the time this paper gore to oress the election will be nearly over and If I It Is carried on out In the state as It ii f In this city may God save the country The Beckham followers who I pose as reformers and more holy than thou people are the debauchors I of the ballot box In this city There has been a wholesale buying of votes here and an attempt to vote negroes that were not even registered as Democrats All the ward heelers about town were busy as bees It this pol icy Is carried on generally in the state the grand old Democratic party Is In bad hands We do not know how It II in other places but it is to be hoped that this the capital city is the only place In the state where bribery In election goes unpunished whore i votes are bought openly As It is done here only by the friends of Gov Beekhara we wonder It he has not i promised to pardon all his friends who sro eleotion offenders Frankfort CallWITH THE CANDIDATES Icaameed fret Itnt vi nomIlnatiOn of party nml the cofistltuttoaalKy ot the net ruse tI- ng the now district will hays to Ut determined by the court The acts med by Mr Hvereolo will be heard by Judge Stout at VeroalllM on Sat today Congressman D C Edwards ot London loft there Friday for Jackson county whore ho began a series of speeches for the Republican state ticket Mr Edwards is very popular In I his district and his speeches are oxpeo ted to win a great many votes for the ticket Ho will make two speeches each day for several days in Jackson Owsley and Clay counties The Republican party In New York City has made one of tho most seri ous mistake In Its history a mistake which seems duo to the desire of some of the local men to Ret office at any cost They have joined with the Inde pendence League an organization made by William R Hearst one c t the worst and most dangerous men In politics today It is exported that the President will come out against l the plan and that the Republican I campaign in that city will fall to pieces Fortunately there are few off cos to be voted for this fall there acd I the party is expected to see its error I before next year The excuse for do ing this Is the 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