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IKES II iJL S upS 1 No 2 BEREA PViUSHiMt M IrxxrzAnrl 1 aaagefm0 fnlertJ at Uu roit+fee nl Bent Yaeera1e- tauo maawaller I otlolo11ot1otlNtseeMeeA IX Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY OCTOBER 2i 1807 One Dollar a year No10 IDANGER Of PANIC Confidence Threatened by Helnze Troubles Stock Exchange Firms FallRun on Dig flanks A financial panic tae been threaten ing New York and as wo go to presa the danger Is acute One great bank the Mercantile National was found to havo been put over a million dollars in debt by Its president F A Helnzo and was only saved by help from other banka Another tho Knickerbocker Trust Company closed after many depositors had withdrawn money and tho Trust Company of America one ot tho largest In this country lost the confidence of Its depositors so that thousands of thorn tried to set their money at once Two big stock deal ing firms failed This does not mean that hard times are likely Dig business depends on tho confidence of tho dealers In cer tain banks and In each other There U not nearly enough money to do the worlds business and tho banks notes and businessmens promises to pay ro used Instead When mengat ltraid to trust each other and demand rash there Is a panic because men cannot always get cash for their property and so are bankrupt A bank loans a great deal of money and when its depositors all at onco demand back what they kayo put In tho bank is al most sure to fall because It cannot get the cash from the borrowers soon enough to keep on paying For that reason confidence Is very needful for business and It Is thla that Is gono In New York Tho trou blo waa started thla time by a family of people who havo much more mono ey than brains They are tho Helnies end got rich by happening to have a copper mine They have boon specu laUng In copper company stocks and Involved tho banks that they con trolled so that when tho price of coppers fell because of their mismanage ment they could not pay up It Is thought they lost IW000000 They controlled several banks whloh al most failed La all butlnssa Is bound up together this made people afraid that other banks would fall and there was a loss of confidence Nothing In the business conditions called for any such disturbance but It Is possible that tho general condl tions In tho money market where loans are made helped along This market has been unsettled by the men who are hoping that they can cause a panic and blame It on tho Presi dents fight to make the corporations obey tho laws Tho present trouble however seems only an example of tho danger ot hay ing great amounts of money In the hands of gamblers and foolish people 1NEWS OF THE WEEK President Roosevelt finished his hunt In the Louisiana cane brakes and returned to Washington reaching then Tuesday night Ho shot three bears during his hunt but brought out k nothing except ono wild cat which i could not bo eaten On tho day that ho loft Stamboul La the namo of tho town was changed to Roosevelt in his honor Tho hearing of tho Standard Oil case continued In Now York and W G Rockefeller a brother of John D Rockelcllor testified that tho trust often had enough mare money on hand to loan over thirty millions The fight between E H Harriman who has been trying to get control of almost all tho railroads In tho southwest and Stuyvcsant Fish who has boon trying to keep tho Illinois Central from him wont on Mr Fish getting an order from a court which prevented Harriman from electing the officers of tho road The fight will be renewed In December I The Peace Conference at Tho Hague ended last Friday Several plans wero made for making war less horrible but nothing wan done which will make it any easier to keep the peace or to settle quarrels between nations Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria continued seriously ill and there seemed no hope of his recovery Tho telegraphers deposed their for mer president S J Small for advising them that they could not win their strike and ought to go back to work They refused oven to let him explain tho reasons for hIs action Two Americans William E Wall lag and his wife of Indianapolis were l thrown into a Russian dungeon without having a chance for a trial or be supi MUM they do not believe Intbe kind 0 I ENTS OFFICE nEnEA KY I I THE CiTIZEN s I Devoted to the Interests off the Mountain People e1 1Yol KENTUCKY HAGER AND WHISKEY I am tnld tlmtMr linger nli nt MnjrttlllAi nnin Drmoerntand If the Dm ocrat party Ufnr whlike I nm fur It and It It Ungnlnit wlilikcy I nninRnlnut It aglmttamlet Ilia llfpiilillcmi party govern my JmlKinent on mlluIIIIA K WllUun lit lleattytllle This was Mr Willsons comment on a saying of Mr Hager It shows well the difference between the two men and fairly the difference between the present lead ers of the two parties in this state Ilager wishes only to do the popular thingif the party believes in the liq uor trade why he believes in it Ifnot he dosnt either He is first ofall a Democrat After that he is a Kentuckian a Christian an honest man and the rest But a Democrat first Parties are very useful when they help men to get the kind of government they wantwhen they are ser vants to control the puplic officers for the people But the parties should take their opinions from the men that partiekAthe way you want to goyou should not let it get you into bad company or on bad roads On small matters it is true that a man must give way to the will of his party because men cannot all thinkalike and we can have no parties unless men give up their opinions on little things to join on the bigones But the rbusiuessis nolWle thing Whiskey means lad business It means wmey lost Jit means roads so terrorized by drunken men that fathers arc afraid to let their wives or children go out alone It means quarrels- and gIris It means murder and the making of widows and the orphans and the filling of jails Ask any man who has lived in a county which has gone dry within the last few years and he will tell you all this Ask the judges in the courts and they will tell you the same Ask the anxious wives at home and they will tell you far more You all know this Yet Mr Hager cannot see that there is anything of- iurporIaucc ill file siolrnH 1S willing to go whichever way the party 1oes dry in the countrywet in the city ifnecessary If hp c ocratic party should want to bring back all these evils he is willing to help He says so Andyet himself friend ofthe people and asks them to give him the government of their state II fMr Wittson shows the difference He knows the evils of the liquor business and will fight them If the Republican party should go wrong he would fight it he would fight for the good of the people Nis ow citizens menu more to him than even the partyWhich he has served Is not that the better way And the same thing is true of the other candidates The Democratic ring is ajter fte offices and will beliive in anything that will get them elected It might be different after election The Republican candidates want the offices to serve thepeople The Democratic ringsters arc Democratic for what there is in it for themthe Republican leaders are Republicans for what there is in it for the peope And besides it does not seem likely that a man who wouldchange so easily on so important a thing would be a very good man to entrust with the control of a state for years That is the choice this yearmen who have taken the name of Democrat to get for themselves offices and who arc willing todoanything that will help get them and men who are Republicans because they believe Republican principles are best and who are after the offices to use for the good of the whole people Which will you vote for of government there Is In Russia but aro Socialists Tho American govern ment took action and they were set free very quickly Dan OLeary who Is nearly 65 years old finished walking a mite every hour for a thousand hours at Cincin nati Ho will receive 5000 for the feat Tho cold wave which struck this part of tho country laot week was much more severe further north and snow fell around tho upper lakes Six persons were killed ten aro in the hospital and more than a score wore more or less Injured In a headon collision ot two street cars In Chattanooga Friday Tho Danish steamer Alfred Erland son has been wrecked on tho rocks off Castle Point near Stabbs Head Scot land She went ashore during a gale and twenty of her crow were drowned Marconis attempt to send tele grams across tho Atlantic at a cost lower than that of cable dispatches was made on Thursday two days be- hInd time and seems to have been entirely successful Over five thous and words were sent the first day ho said and ho believed that tho work was established 6n a business basis Ho will next attempt to send wire less messages from tho Atlantic to the Pacific coasts of this country Secretary Taft opened tho first elec ted legislative body In the Philippines last week In his speech ho discuss ed the attitude of thla government toward the islands and said that tho assembly was an experiment which wquld t abolished It there wOreany- bad behavior In geaeral his speech 1 was intended to encourage those who want tho Islands to bo independent but tho Americans there were not pleased with it Tho government received reports that tho wheat crop in Russia is short and that this country may be called upon to sell Immense quantities of grain In order to keep the people from starving There seems to be a general shortage of wheat this year and tho crop in title country Is likely to become very valuable resulting in an increase in the price of white flour Ono of tho most terrible powder ox plosions of recent years occurred early last week at the DuPont Powder Worn at Fontanet Ind when about thirty flight people were killed and nearly six hundred injured and tho little town was almost blown oft tho map The property loss of both the i town and the mills is estimated at 750000The cause of the explosion may never bo known but it Is though i that a bearing on a machine got so hot that sparks dropped from It and set fire to some loose powder The exact number of the dead may never be known as it often happens that I in a great explosion bodies are completely blown to dust and so nothing can bo found to show how many are deadTho whole town was wrecked by tho explosion tho houses being blown over or torn down and so many of the men were killed and so few left to guard property thelves and tramps began swarming into town looking for plunder Tko governor of tho state soon called out the militia to guard the town and they have stopped further lootlag NITHTHECANDIDATESMr Campaigning Mora Evidence of Democratic Awakening Further proofs of the uprising against the Democratic ring all over tho state appeared last week At Aug ustus E Willsons speech at Frank lyn he was introduced by Judge Milli ken a life long Democrat who urged thoso present to vote tor him At 011dencoerate soldiers and Democrats was gaining votes and in many other places and In many ways it Is being shown that tho best of tho Demo cratic party has decided that it can not tolerate the ring any longer Mr Willson has now travelled about 7000 miles In this campaign He is in splendid health and of course considering tho way things are going In good spirits His voice Is troubling him a little but not seriously and there is no doubt that he will be able to make a strong finish After speak ing with ExGov Bradley in Louis vlllo Saturday night when a large and very enthusiastic crowd packed tho streets near Phoenix Hall JrC rest ed over Sunday and started out fresh Monday morning to continue his tour Another campaign story was nailed during tho week when Mr Willson is sued a straightforward statement in which ho denied that he had any connection with the tobacco trust and asked Mr Hager to explain his re ceiving contributions from corpora tions The charges that employes in the Federal Civil Service In Kentucky were being made to contribute to the funds for the Republican campaign was al so disproved Tho Secretary of the U S Civil Service Commission Chas W Moss held court to pass on the question and In his report showed that the charge could not bo true Betting on tho election does not have much to do with the results but It shows frequently what well In formed men think of the chances One famous election bettor has for years been R R Shields Ho foresaw the election of Mr Bradley and won heavily when Mr Roosevelt defeated Judge Parker Ho feels sure which way the state election will go A landslide for Willson is his prediction Ho has talked with stockmen and workingmen mostly Democrats ho says and found few who had not decided to Vote for Willson One charge brought by Mr Willson against Hager has not been answered It is that tho machine candidates are taking passes from the railroads and putting themselves under obligations Ito tho corporations in other ways The Republicans are paying their own traveling expenses and pay full fare on the railroads but there is good ev- Idence that tho Democrats do not have to pay Edgar Hager ran against a snag in a speech at Salyeravllle A Republi can voter asked so many questions that could not be answered that some of the Democrats who did not want fret speech for the other side drew pistols and It looked like a fight till somo of the Republicans friends got aloneIIn Louis having its trouble First tho Democrats talked about tho support of the preachers but that had to stop when almost all the preachers in the city preached against Tyler last Sun I day About tho same time tho boast that the laboring men wero for Tyler was stopped bccadso tho labor unions declared for Grinstead and denounced tho false leaders who had been talk of supporting the Democrat ling Stanley made one of rabid speeches In Marlon Friday in which he showed plainly his lack of a desire for Justice Ho referred to the fact that the Democrats have no platform In this campaign then said We have a platform It stands back of tho courthouse at Georgetown I evidently meaning the gallows which stands there and on which ho hoped Powers who has never been proven guilty and whose trials have been proven unfair might bo hanged As I a result of hit speech and another there by Mr Hager it is expected that Crittenden County will give the largest Republican majority in Its his I tory Tho following circular which is being sent out by a committee of preachers in Louisville speaks for It self South Trimble tho Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor In a speech made at Plkevlllo Ky Oct 17th White said Republicans are all right tho sore spot with against is the Negro Question They ad vocate tho rights of the 75000 Negroes in Kentucky who are tho meanest blackest slimiest of tho earth who ought to bo dlsenfranchlseed I must say that Ham made a mistake in al lowing them to go into tho ark BO that there would bo one of tho black scoundrels treading the face of the earth and it is a great pity at the close of the war that fire was not touched to every Negro toot in the South They are tho most fiendish hellish set- on earth The Democratic party in the South with shotguns have helped to relieve the nation of a groat many of these black beasts of tho field I am acquainted with sections in this State where toke Negroes are so thick Continued Xifhth mgeJ ets r oleMprir r The Cltlziflir r liil p WIy Let Yr Qltleleegs Keep Pice With It it Allver otieing o j +aalaoMOt1ooiote sooeoP40o I w me THINGS TO THINK OF ofJIIIllJrlIIl1 REPUBLICAN TICKET GovernorAUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Jefferson County For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM II COX Iof Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Mercer County For Treasurer EDWARD FARLEY of McCracken Couaty I For Secretary of State DEN L BRUNER of Brecklnridge County For Supt of Public Instruction J S CRABE of Boyd County For Comr of Agriculture N C RANKIN of Henry County For Clerk Court of Appeals l NAPIER ADAMS I of Pulaski County For Railroad Comr 3rd district A T SILER of WhIUey County LLLLLL I t C I live for those who love me For thoso that know me true For the heaven that smiles above me And waits my coming too For the cause that needs assistance For the wrongs that need resistance For the Future In the distance For the good that I can do When todays difficulties overshadow yesterdays triumphs and obscure the bright visions of tomorrow When plans upset and whole years of effort seem to crystallzo Into a single hour of concentrated bitterness When Uttlo annoyances cat Into tho minds very quIck and corrode the power to view things calmly When the Jolts of misfortune threat en to jar loose the judgment from Its mooring Remember that in every business In every career there are valleys to cross as well as hills to scale that every mountain range of hope Is brok en by chasms of discouragement whicH run torrentstreams of dlspalr To quit In tho chasms Is to fall See always In your minds eye those sunny summits of success Dont quit In the chasm I Keep on Ex Tho man who deals straight gets a straight deal himself Sometimes he will bo made the victim of the short sighted chap who thinks a little sharp practice gets him something besides the scorn of the honest merchant but not often Honesty Is still tho best policy and It is tho only policy a man can pur- Sue without burdening his memory to the sagging point The chap who tells a little business He has to tell a big- Ger one the next time to cover tho 1 first Before hes through he8 tan gled up In a net of falsehoods trying to remember what ho said last and getting in deeper all the time The straight dealer hasnt any thing to do but go ahead and attend to business Ills memory Isnt overloaded with twisted facts and almost truths A clear conscience is a mighty good pilot for any business ship Straight dealing gives you that NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES PAGE TWO Serial The Cnitlo of Lie Temperance Note PAGe TIIISEE- Newaof lierea College Item nerea Int Football The Pig Roast PAGE FOUR Comment s V8 Army a Fake t Ilnve Purpose to Succeed1 American Contrast 1 Thrust Into Iluulan Jail The Youth Department PAUE FIVE Farm and flunten Hint anti Help The Sunday School Lctton PAGE SIX The Home Household Hint The School by Prof J W Dlnimore PAGE SEVEN General New R eent8t New PAGE EIGHT Corripondeserolltioft I u- t t I DY 17IimIlEMlYWf 1LbQ dp7t7V Cl I CHAPTER VII Continued So far as It lay In my power I would perform my eelf imposed task In a direct and businesslike method As to this method a dozen extrava gant courses of action occurred to me at onco Of the dozen I selected two as possible Every English gentleman comes ol a race of warriors the mysterious woman of the reading room had said to mo last night Miss Brett being an Englishwoman had the blood of sol diers in her veins The physical courage of the battlefield then must appeal to her It for Instance I should enlist In the Foreign Legion there was the Legion of Honor to be won The little ribbon would tell Its eloquent story t But Wllloughbya life had been lost amid tho dread silence of the white snows I looked long and earnestly where the sun touched the mountain top with a rosy light out of the morn ing mists The mountains seemed to r beckon to watt for me I had shuddorid I still shuddered as I thought of their awful gloom and lone liners And yet they seEmed to beckonto will for me I had been helpless and rak They had con quered me Wall I must return to conquer thorn Their very Immensity need not appal me Mans glory Is to subdue the vasfc forces of natureto mike them his own I thought oft tho Hospice of St Bernard Theve for centuries men had oven laid dawn their lives to save the perishing Veil why should I not be one of tho little band for the time being Why should I not become a hovltiatc In tho order A few months of arduous training and I should be ready tot the bat3e- If I wont to the Monastery and told the good father sup Jor of tho sacred vow I had made wocd he laugh at me for a madman or would he under stand and help me to fulfill It I began the day therefore vaguely hopeful I no longer permitted my salt to bo troubled at the whispers of servants and guests I even courted the society of my fellowmen I paid my two frtncs admission to tho kur saaL and listened with real enjoyment to jts excellent prchcstra s My coat was fishily brushed There was a faint but exquisite per tumoI glanced as did a dozen others at the vman who was pass fag The small but superbly poised fig ure gowned with a marvelous aim plicity paused by my side a fraction of a sown It was my acquaintance of tho reading loom again and she had murmured a good morning A dozon pal noted the greeting and en vied me I did not return It She continued her way daintily punishing me for my rudeness by smiling across at mo mockingly as she seated herself at my right There was something of a childish almost fairy malice in the illusive smile The Intermission came All the world pushed back their chairs and made their way through glazed doors at tho rear whence an electric bell rang persistently The motley crowd of Qftlc jrs tourists and such oj the ftoolely of Lucerne as was at the kursaal passed through tho glazed doors to play tho petits chevaux a rather harmless form ot dissipation a gambling toy that permits one to lose at the inost a flvofranc piece- I mingled with the crowd about the greonbaize table on which tho little metal horses were whirling around an imaginary race course A croupier changed a EOfranc note for me I tossed a coin on one ofthe numbers and lost I staked another coin this time against the field Again I lost I stated all my fivefranc pieces but twoWhile I weighed thorn thoughtfully in my palm my arm was touched lightly It yas my adventuress of the rending room onto more She lifted her eyebrows In whimsical con corn at my Ill luck Even those little horses you see madam know that I am to bo shunned 1 suld In a low yoke My friend she smiled vivacious ly they are simply frightened at your black taco They are sensitive the HlUo horses But if you coax we shall see Allons we will bo prudent a little shining franc on number 27 Now if my bravo horses only know that It Is I who am asking theme to win for us we shall wjn Ne rlon va plus croaked an om cial In a dingy dress suit and crumpled shirt bosom He spun the mechanism briskly between two bony fingers and thumb The tiny jockeys in blue buff green and red sped swiftly around the course Presently they straggled ono behind tho other and came to a pause The croupier stretched out his rake and avow In our two shining f ncjf with tho other winnings of the esnkI rnd to her sternly You eeT I niisd in tragic dismay Pout A little patlencomonsiour It la the jockeys who are I bare forgotten to blow thawa kin- QIIIt i f 7e franc pleco the maxi II x 1 4 mum on the field This time we shall certainly win Three times in succession wo won now at oven odds now with the odds In our favor But again tho electric boll rang She shrugged her shoulders and made a mouo of regret Alas At tho hour of our triumph the voice of art clamors We returned to the conrert room Is It not strange she murmured after a pause In too music that ono longs so much for what Is just beyond ones reach while other fruit as sweet may bo plucked for the ask lagV The boldness ot the metaphor startled and repelled me You speak In riddles madam I said coldly Frankly I had not placed her exactly as that sort ot a roman Riddles She lifted her eyebrows hesitating I mean Mr Had don that I should be sogljt K we might be friends I was unconvinced You are too generous I said ironically Does your Interest in mankind embrace all tho world But you have been unfortunate she said softly Are you angry that I should be sorry for you I am perplexed at least If you aro only perplexed I shall y not despair She smHedat mfi gayly across the table her elbows support Ing the clasped hands that framed her exquisite beauty Come are we to bo friends I remember I said boldly when I was at college a story of Socrates tbat pointed an obvious moral Would you like to hear IU She made a mock grimace Oh Socrates monsieur and a philoso pher And a philosopher henpecked by his wlfo Xantlppe Am I ono to do with a henpecked philosopher Regard me seriously monsieur and tell mo But if you Insist your story I shall listen patiently The henpecked philosopher then I began somewhat grimly tells us that when Hercules had attained man hood he set out on a journey to see tho world and presently came to a parting of two ways He hesitated as to which way he should choose While ho hesitated there appeared two maidens each ot whom protested that she would lead him the way that he should go Ono ot these maidens was clad chastely In somber but not unpleasing raiment if Hercules you will go my way you will find it rough and tiresome There are brambles to ImpedO your progress there aro sharp stones th twill cut your sandals It will always opposite me She promised much Tho other maiden was extremely beautiful and her raiment was of all very tissue My way she said soft ly taking Hercules gently by tho arm Is strewn with flowers ft leads broad and gently sloping over soft turf and there is music to gladden the hours My way leads to pleasure Tho name of tbq first maiden was Virtue the namo ot the otter madam I paused I was indeed very bold J looked at my visavis with aow trepidation I need h vy felt none i She broke into Tight laughter her I I I ht 1 +u bright oyes mocked mo The name of tho other maiden was Vlfo she cried ina hollow lugubri ous voice My dear gontlemai tau are toodollcfons Mon Dleu Ishould be furious with you You are telling mo quito brutally that your cold Eng jbhwornan irtio is Virtue and I tho very wicked oneI an naughty Vice And again she laughed deliciously Pardon me it Is you who are ap plying the moral I protested awk wardly Then if It Is applied not correctly let us have the tow application she bcsccchod That must follow the explanation of your extraordinary Interest In me Hum She loaned back crib al ly Shall I fay it is because you are handsome Not If you are honest I chuckled Or good Why not say brave I demanded bitterlyOr you remind mo of a dear frlendT Say of your late lamented grand motherOr she flashed that It u because you can bo of use to me Ah that is better I assoatbd shortly I am to be of use to you then and how Gently monsieur First of all are wo to bo friends And again gently I returned with caution Your name If you are rI ousIA rosyfaced page puttied his way toward us salver in band It was1 at our tablo ho paused On the salvor was a telegram For moT cried my companion eagerly Tho boy nodded but before jhe could hand the telegram to her I lad seized it myself I made a g etjro signifying that I asked her consent to read tho name addressed on the nl DediI11I happinessAk aj3ckllpgaolio velope She smiled but reluctantly I thought Madame Sophie de Varnler I read aloud before I passed the telegram to her Sho tore the envelope open with a jeweled cross that hung from her chatelaine As she read tho message she became frightfully pale she swayed In her seat It was not grIef so much as utter despair that prostrated her Dead She repeated the word In French more than onco in a dozed voice Dead but Ilil Incredible The seconds passed I did not speak I regarded her with concern A beautiful woman is always danger ous but a beautiful woman In trouble is doubly so The friendship she had lightly begged of me a moment ago I was tempted to offer seriously now She had piqued and fasclnajed me row her unhappiness touched my heartBut suddenly I doubted Was It a clever ruse this advent of the tele gram so aply timed Was she a con summato actress confident of her dupo No tho agony the message had caused her was undoubtedly genu Inc When she looked at me it was with eyes heavy with despair When at last she spoke her eyes burned fiercely her voice was harsh with anccr Tho words sho uttered were certainly not addressed to mo They were sppken tatlicr In spite of my presence than because of It Look I I stake a1l1110n throw I loco allIn a moment I hold in my clenched hands the liberty and happiness of 10000 women and children And then n cursed fate strikes from my grasp this priceless happi ness poor people my poor pet plo Again I fall you I betray you Shq stared ail mo with eyes that did not sec Her small hands pressed her tuples convulsively tPerhaps madam it Is fate also who baa tent Die to you now to elp yoe I Pazbapsathaukeav yaeatroa ly listening Then suddenly su repression he merciless distorted her features Her pupils dilated In her fierce excitement Sho studied my facq critically coldly deliberate There was something pop tontous almost ominous in this cool stare It disconcerted me It roads me already rogrot my proffer of friend chip She smiled but the imUo was Modusallko Yos I belle e It Fato bas sent you to me And youaro you willing to follow whore Fato Iciuls Why not I demanded with mor curiosity than sincerity I confess Ah you aro courageous enough for that Monsieur you aro a bold man Surely not so bold as you madam In asking courage of a man who has boon disgraced for cowardice It was difficult to keep tho sneer out of my voiceI know tf whom I spook my dear monsieur The task I would set yon demands not the bruto courage ot the fool but tho devotion of a crusader It Is a sacred cause Its servants are not easily found I am flattered that I fulfill tho re qulroments so admirably I returned cynically But you will find it difficult to convince mo that my extraordinary courage and devotion to a good cause make my services invaluabo Why should you choose mo from a score of men to help you You are right Above all things we mUst bo frank with each other You aro at tho Schwoltxorhot All revolt you will hoar from me soon- I bowed over the hand she hold lan guidly toward me I was embarked on an adventure Where would It lead 11107 CHAPTER VIII Prince Ferdinand and His Ambition I returned to my hotel soberly enough I had told my little allegory lightly Now I asked roysolf it I should not apply it seriously to myself Only this morning I hAd mapped out for myself a clear path to be followed And already was a siren beckoning Already wft I en chantedI intensely Irritated that I should havo allowed myself In be In terested by this Sophie de Varnler Fer tho past hour I bad been playing dangerously near the fire It had not yd burned ma but could I hoeestiy say that it had not w raMd Itttsul edtcd allured Very well I toast be cnrvul not to compromise myself In the future Two woman had mot mo at the part log of the ways Ono of thorn had sot nn a task holding hpraelf proudly sleet prowls Ing nothing If this task wers actu ally acoorapHshod the reward was to tie the deed ludj And now aiywBr woman had comb radiant fiHttwKff a MibtlJ porfuBiB lulling the senses liar wild feoaatfj her charm had boon frankly displayed to enthrall me Sho had promised a definite adventure As to the reward it seemed to me too brawhJy obvious- I flicked tho ash angrily from icy oJgarotte And was I really tempted Hardly I resolved savagely And yet- I was not fool enough to be blind to the fact that tho situation wu not without Its danger My shoulder was tapped I wu seated In tbo vestibule of my hoWl 1 looked up startled A wellgroomed man In the early thirties towered over me aa American I saw at oncn The round Jocund faro was vaguely fa mlllar Yos oxolalm d n burly voice It Is really old Hadrian I grasped tho band ho bold toward mo with emotion Hero was a friend an American and I ncoited a friend badly just now- I had not seen Locko slneo wo were at college together Wo had never been Intimate but tho bit btnrted Robinson Looko had been a character among his classmates At first I hesitated to his cordial greetings I was afraid he had not hoard my story Rut presently he plunged into tho episode that had mode rao notorious for a day Then I knew ho had come to stand by me It Is a brutal lie of course ha stormed indignantly but even If It wore truO Ho clapped my shoul dor It Is truont leant In a measure Rot ho exclaimed with cheerful skepticism lowering his person Jnto the yielding expanse ot an armcbah by my side Tell me about it Unless you Insist I prefer not to1 I said quietly beckoning a waiter K was just a horrible accident Frankly to havo caved bis life was Impossible But I might have died with him I didnt Thero you have my disgrace in a nutshell Ho looked somewhat gum at this coldblooded explanation and stirred uneasily In his choir I watched him not without grIm amusement lie pulled at his cigar searching my face keenly Rot be cried again and this tltn with conviction If you feel any dlk grace it Is your own fault Haddon If you were tho coward they say yov are you wouldnt sit there smiling at me You would rave and swear by al the gods that you wore Innocent dont want to hear your story But I want you to know that you havoom friend from homo to stick up for YOU and to believe in you- I was too moved to speak Thats all right thou he said wilt stuff gentleness It must be hell tt bo over hero alone afcd everybodj kicking you Oh that was to bo expected a fitirso But last night had an till jjerloncethatI wouldnt go UiroutY again It I could help it J noC1 as CTU Ua A TRAVELING+ BY ELEPHANTi Uncomfortable Hovrtiah Fording fly ers and Passing Through Forests hero wore two elephants at our dlnpotal and myself and tile Interpre ter rode to first Bach occupying halt ot tho hawdah Tho howdah has a peculiar and objectionable hublt of nearly succeeding In cutting your lots in two It you hang your legs outsldo you may pad tho edge as much as you like but If you are new to tho sumo you will wake In about half an hour from an uneasy doze with tho painful conviction that the lower halves ot your logs have dropped off On squirming Into a position from which you eantllew the outside world you will sec thdy are still dang ling there but with an Irresponsibili ty which suggests that they hav6 been frayed through to tho last shred Ab normal efforts allow you to drag thorn safely Inside and you think it will bo bettor In future to keep thorn there The elephant If almost as One u ve hicle to sea the surrounding country from as a London bust and there M n considerable element ot excitement In his progression Tho olnphant I redo had a fatal habit when It came to a river bank or bit of rough ground of looking around and picking nut what seemed the worst bit ho could see Down ono side of a rlvop It seemed as if he was engaged In trying to stand on his used and I could took out of tho bowdak although I was ly tog therein and obwunro the fishes darting over the atones In the water Just under my lords noblo forehead More than once OB these journeys the beast would pfttlontly slouch through the trees and buthoa off the track In search of something edible quite ro garle 8 of the fact that tho branches threatened to sweep bowdah and everything ollie over the stern Hut quite one ot tho mOAt peculiar sensations was when they took It Into their heads to have a scratch against the telegraph poles It would bo a wonderful line which could with stand the solid work the elephant ex peels its poets to nervy out and when tho number two bout leaned too hard and the pest snaked I could almost ale the mild and sowowbat Indlimnnt surprise rtftwtad from one InUHICMt face to the mhar fllagnpore Free irow A Necklace Which Orlnf III Leek An code story Is toW about a neck lane whisk formerly bvtoagKl to the Maharann of Oooeb Usher ladle Md which It ttppoMMl to bringg but tortdne to every one connected with It The history of the wtekUwe paorU sad twrquotoM which are not usually considered to be unlucky W1J1oIski was robbed of a quantity of valu able jewelry and the Maramjsh lost tIC of his best racing ponta by death and breakdowns The advise of a pundit was sovgjit Ho praacrtbsd a change of ownership and a voyage across the tea la order to break the spell aad the necklace was aeoonllHR iy given to a lady In Hngland says Woouns Ufo As a result the Maharajah has begun to win races again and tN Ma liarannoo has recovered the stolen property tat the story sees that the present ownor of the necklace has been the victim of persistent III fortune from tho day that it came Into her possession Geese on a Cider Spree Martin fleck a farmer on the Cane wago hills is humiliated to admit that throe of his goose went on n disgraceful spree after having eaten some from a cider mill Some tlnI after tho eating of the pulp tho peculiar action of the fowls attracted the attention of the farmer They swayed from side to side and tackled hoarsely Finally one by one they fell limp and apparently dead Mrs heck carried the fowls Into the house with tho Intention of plucking them when they revived Since then the goose have kept away from tho cider mill and have tried to prevent other geese from go ing near It Philadelphia North American Best Diamond Mine The Prumlcs is by far the largest and most valuable individual diamond mine over found in South Africa and it lil probably not an exaggeration to say that 1 tie ono of tho most valuable mines ot any kind ever discovered In the world It Is estimated that when its full plant Is at worn It will make profit at the rate of 9018000 n year the life of tho mlno on this basis being well over 50 years A Trust Case Do you rcfuso to nnqwer on the Kround that you might incriminate yourself Ill leave that to the court of I told the truth Id get a year The whole truth would mean nt Jcnst ten years and nothing but thv truth would be life sure So they rated him as Immune and called a witness who know nothing of the CMC Judge Another Proverb Busted A Chicago horticulturist has produced a cactus dahlia thus reversing Luther Burbanks feat of dethroning a cactus Wo may yet gather figs of thistles Boston Herald T An Insinuation Ho always Insists on kissing mv goodnight when lie goes rr aftordukloea y1 r nnABSTINENCE IN ANTARCTIC Alcohol Left Out of Supplies for Ex ploring Expedition In a detailed account of an Inspec tlon of the outfit of the British Antarc tic expedition trade In London In com pany with Limit Shackloton the lead er of the enterprise a writer la tjw London Temperance Chronicle statue I that among tho provisions to ho ried by the expedition alcohol Is spicuously absent After explaining fine equipment of tbo Nlmrod the enIsel which will carry tho and noting tho scientific nalcoUon provisions on hor store list the writer states Hut to ui the most InterestrnJIpoint about the whole expedition is Lieut Shacklotons firm determination to carry no alcohol save a very llttlo quantity Indeed for strictly medical purposes and to bo administered br the medical officer alone and that un der tho most exceptional elrcum Btancoti wily Lieut Shackloton known well tho danger resulting from tho useAof alcohol where Uio temperature drops from 00 to 70 degrees below corn and follows In this wise precaution his great predecessor Sir John ROM who In addition to his northern polar voyjegos 75 years ago sailed the seas on tho sonic quest as that of the Nimrod and whose emphatic utter anew after his memorable Arctic voy ago of earlier days was couched In tho following terms Tho most Irre sistible proof of the vmluo of absti nonce was when we abandoned our ship and wore obliged to leave behind ue all our wino and spirits It won re markable to observe how much stronger and more able the men wore to da their work whoa they had nothing but praticemen Llout Shaokloton Is but follow lug tho principle demonstrated by all redlUoH rogatory to the highest physical urn dear of the Men engaged and a menace to the beet Interests of Ibo on tire undertaking CountryThe of the least oonsorvnUvA cad raHnhhi newspapers in the Unltwl lUto says The drtak Mil of the United States Is flmMt7 All the corn wheat rye oats barley buckwheat and po tao pat together will sot prop for It The liquor IrsfBc costs mare each year than our whole civil aerviae our army navy and congress the river harbo Bad pension bills all we pay for lost novornnMtnt all national state aid county debts and all the schools In the oountry In fact this government pays mere for liquors than for every function ot ovary kind of government Local Option In Texas Local option prevails In Texas There arc 147 countries that are nb satntely dry U are partially so and only 47 aro totally wot Oov Camp boll writes Nearly all tho dry tort tory has becomo so since 1001 The effect has been to greatly decrease tho eonsuraptfon of intoxloants It has decreased tho state revenue to a con s4der bto extent and has greatly do croaiKxl the amount of crime In the dry counties after the law has been In force enough to accomplish Its legitimate results Tho saving la court expenses from decrease In crime is believed to offset the loss of rev enue from closing the saloons Saloons Out Jails Empty Tho city of DoSmctt S JO In under local option But ono man has been In the lookup slnco saloons wend out and he did not got his liquor hi Do Bmot There are no blind pigs neither can liquor be bought at tho drug stores without a doctors proscription Nor nro tho bus eIJI asking for tho saloon because they dotnot wont to go back to tho old order whon so many dollars found their way Into the saloon till instead ot their own DoSact has not lost trade because of tho closing of tho saloon as money spent there goes Into legiti mate channels Drink Responsible for Crime Reports from last year show that In Montrunc Scotland EO per cent of the persons dealt with by Uio police wore under the Influence of liquor when thoy committed tho offense Commenting on this Sheriff Balltio or Hpwlck says Drink Is ono of the greatest curses of tho country But for drink thorn would bo very little srlmo Throughout the UnHi King dom tram 50 to 81 por cant of offend era arrested wore either Intoxicated or had been intoxicated when the Tense wnl committed Drink Leads to Divorce According to recent statistics 87 per cent of tho divorces requested during tho past year in tbo state oC iNow Jersey wero because of drink 1 The moral says tho Baltimore Amort cau Is quite an old ono the girl who marries n man in tho hopo that she will reform him Is likely to be seriously disappointed Ireland Saloon Burdened Ireland has a licensed drinking place for every 170 of the population Back of these Institutions li a povertypro ducer and troublornaker Their sbol tlon would greatly help to restore- hrospvrltyaod peace to that stack t lilltll I i tII 1 eo s+e IS In buying Olive Oil it pays to get the best + Italian Olive Oil That is Absolutely Pure You need be troubled by no qualms of doubt regarding the Olive Oil that we sell You can come to this store witheveryassurancethatyoulvill on ly be offered the purest and the best + This is important in view of the tI many adulterations of Olive Oilon the market Ix As a food tonic and medicine there are few preparations for many cases I of illness and exhaustion that ap proach Pure Olive Oil I Halfplat bottle 250 Fiat bottle Soc The Porter Drug Co ufooaroR1UD- n oeo00000000800000000000oeo0080eo 100ierea an 1C1n1 ty i I 0 0 It SOURCESii GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF I so 0 Iosooeooeo ooeoooeo Schools organized or helped by Francis Clark came together for n rally ct Korby Knob Sunday Bo Idea Mr Clark Messrs Eastman Morton Thomsons DoW and others of the college orchestra wont out and helped In tho exercises There was a very largo crowd present and the ser vices were unusually pleasant and helpful pram Ingram of Annvlllo waa in town last week looking for a place to locate lie will move his family in aeon and will live in Cottage No2 on Jackson street Ho has two children now In school and will bring five I mornThe protracted meetings which have been the Baptist church closed last Sunday There wore 36 conver elons and accessions to tho churoh- I The baptizing will bo held soon Tho Rev Mr Stout who filled the pulpit ot the Rev Mr Wlllotts while the latter was conducting tho revival has returned to town Sidney Combs bas moved Into tho house next east of Eo L Robinsons Miss Annie Cllft is very low and I it Is feared that she cannot live long hAn nil day service waa held at Narrow Cap Sunday The Ilov Mr Hudson preached in tho morning There was a bosket dinner and in tho afternoon a wagon load of Beroa peo ple Including Pros Frost went out Pros Taylor of Kentucky Wceloyan University was in town with the foot ball team from his school and was trlondslhere quite sick I I C Davis has opened a meat shop in tho Iloblnsou building on Chestnut streetTho keeper of the poor house for this county for tho coming year will bo Mr W M Roberts Ho has bean oUI1euFOR SALE houseIA fruit trees nice location on Center r street Baron Ky A very desirable piece of property For price and par ticulars address C S West Homing ford Neb i For that- Dandruff There is ono thing that will cure ItAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthyscalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dan druffBoplmpieino eruptions I The fctit kind ot ttatbaontal loud for over sixty yeru 0 rl Alk LuII1101 r Irs SAUAAaltLL PILLS cHf tacT CAt 1 1080800oeoeo0oo0oeoIseven years has been appointed ono of the trustees of tho poor farm R W Doulwaro left last week for Texas where ho will look over the country for a short time Mr a F Bender left last week for Lexington where ho will attend school Durrlt Gabbard is improving his place by erecting a new barn It your tiro is out call Stephens phone No 1333 for a nlco load otl coaJIGrand Lodge In last week Among them were W 11 Porter S R Baker G W Green L A Davis Chris Blanton A J Smith D N Welch Jno Johnson U 8 Moy er and Sam Lucas Miss Mary Jones was the guest of Miss Mlnnlo Nicely Saturday and Sun dayMr Cartmolls Sunday school class was very pleasantly entertained at the homo ot Miss Margaret Dlzney last Tuesday evening from 630 to 830 Tho most important event of tho evening was tho marshmallow roast I A revival meeting Is going on at tho colored church in tho Glades I J W Early has a clock with wood grandmothorsItor ft tOW1dnYB DaIvIIIMiss Boulah VIars ot Scaffold Cano DaltonlllLOt Hamilton Ohio for tho past year arrived Sunday and for tho present will wAko her homo with her mother Mrs L C Gabbard I Tho concrete walk In front of Mr Harlys and Mr Ohrlsmana trees Is phcstnutlstreetJohn SwInford was tho guest of Evans last week I Mlhnlo Nicely who has been quite ill with typhoid fever is convalescing Tho Womens Industrial was opened for the coming yuan at the Parish House last J rldayIGrace Adams was In one I day last weekIe o 0 i College Items 1 a no HERE AND THERE o- jSoSoSoSoSOOSOS00 0 OEOSOS Taylor Muncy arrived In Berea Mon day and will outer school at tho be ginning of tho wInter term Taylor has been at Hamilton Ohio for some timeMiss Morrow returned from Yonkers N Y to Uerca last Saturday Mr Mohler of Fort Wayne Ind was a visitor of the College Monday Prof and Mrs Dlnsmoro returned to Berca last weep from a trip in the mountains on account of the illness ol Prof Dlnsmore Mr James Pauley and Mr Cartmell gave a phonographic entertainment during vesper hour at Howard hall Wednesday night They expect to give similar entertainments at the In dustrlal building and Ladles Hall In the near future Tho entertaInment seemed to be thoroly rnjoyed by the boysProf Ralno went to Korby Knob Ky Tuesday to speak atA political rally thereIIn chapel Tuesday morning Pros Frost gave tho boys a lecture on to bacco Tho managers of the two bands of athletics the Blues and Whites have selected their sides composed of all the boys in schooLITho Athletic has had two meetings within the last week discussing intercollegiate field day when the question was laid on tho table for further consideration I George Collins a student in tho Model schools went to his Illinois last week for a few days visitt Last Saturday the Model Schools kid football team defeated tho first year Academy kid team by a score of 6 to 0 Then the large first year I Academy team defeated the largo Model Schools team by a score of C to 0 I A crowd of students composed ot several couples of boys and girls went spendthoto schedule a game with Richmond to bo played on Berca grounds Saturday Several of tho boys had a feast about two miles from town Saturday night Oysters and chicken were servedSomo two or three crowds were out chestnut hunting in wagons Saturday Chester Gabbard who Is teaching his first school In Owsloy County writes to The Citizen an fetter telling ot his experiences lie says ho U mighty sorry that ho could not be in school till the winter but that ho Is making up by getting others to como back with him His school has suffered from whooping cough but he has managed to keep things go- Ing well and bus stimulated interest by giving each of tho children a space on tho wall to decorate lie is now planning a picnic and in other ways is doing much good in his dis trict THE FINEST PIG ROAST Boys Break All Records In Preparing a Good Time Annual Festival Draws Great Crowd The most successful Pig Roast In tho history ot that unique affair was celebrated last Friday night by a record breaking crowd Tho night was ideal tho place selected by tho committee for tho roast was excellent the speeches and music were better than usual and tho pigwell you ought to have been there The committee that managed tho affair deserves tho greatest credit for tho way In which everything was arranged Tho long procession left Ladles Hall about seven oclock and went by a rather devious way to Huckers Knab where the bonfire had been built in tho arnpltheatro formed by an old quarry Tho students and others grouped themselves around tho edge of this forming a pretty picture in tho flickering light and tho supper was served roast pig and sweet pot- Atoes beans and bread with good ap ptlt for sauce and good feeling for flavor Then came tho speeches and singing and the delightful walk homo In tho moonlight Tho whole evening proved again that Berea has about I tho best of all the annual affairs in dulged In in tho various colleges SUIIwellGcorgo Lampe Charley Flannery Howard Stlckney John Henry nnd Eben Handy The affair was as usu al under the auspices of tho boys literary societies Tho program was Master of tho Roast A 11 Mccse Tom Tom tho Pipers Son Arlol Quartet Knightal- of tho Roast S IL Marsh Tribulations ot a Hungry Boy Chas1 Flamicry Banjo and Guitar Powers and Chas Barton Our Mln nehahas Clydo S StilwelL DR BLANCHARDS ADDRESSES Tho Rev Dr 0 A Blanclmrd Pros ident of Wheaton College spoke hero four times Saturday Sunday and Mon- day delivering tine and forceful ad dresses His first talk on Material ism in Modern Education was given to tho faculty and teachers only in th Library on Saturday night Sunday morning ho spoko in tho Union church and preached a gospel sermon en the text And greater things than these shall yo do Sunday evening he spoke to the chapel on Tho Rich Fool discussing tho importance ot a I mans record Monday h6 delivered the morning lecture on Dreaming Dreams and Seelilg Visions Great I good was done bThis addresses here and he Is by faculty and students IBEREA 16K W UI 6 Home Eleven Wins Hard Game Marr ed by Slugging Started by Visitors Team Shows Improvement Berea defeated Kentucky Wesleyan In football by 166 In a hardfought game hero Monday scoring her second victory for the season The Wesleyan awayidid Berea honor in picking her for tho occasion but 1C W was a little too anxious to win and as a result did considerable rough work The 1C W referee also was somewhat ig norant of the game and somewhat anxious to do all that he could for his side and several of his decisions I seemed more than questionable Some of the Berea boys finally lost their tempers as a result and there WDJJI rough work on their side too asking a good deal of men to Insist I that they must stand blows without retaliation but in this case as in many others the slugging and no on detracted from what would otherwise I have been a fine and clean cut vic toryThe play was decidedly better than a week ago There was better team work and fewer grand stand plays The work was pretty evenly distrib uted among the backs and all did well Bartons plunging and Powers dodg ing were the features of the open game and the line held somewhat better than before The Interference met with better ends and did not show up so well and occasionally the backs failed to turn in in the right place The men that began the game too were kept at work long after the time when substitutes would have been better because fresher The need of more practice was apparent a dozen times and there were soft spots In the defensqjthat gave the backers of the team fears for tho next two games Kicking was much more fre quent and Powers field goal was the most spectacular thing seen on the Held this year 1C W lacked the weight of Berea and tried to make up for it in slug sing Sho was not so well trained in some ways her team work was as good and some ot her men did good Individual playing but they were not up on the fine points ot the game and their quarter did not show very good generalshipBerea tho first score The ball worked back and forth some time In tho middle of the field then Berea got it on K Ws kick and after a good run back by Powers Barton Powers and Meese carried it down the tleld and Eastman finally put It over In spite ot Wesleyans fine rally under her own goal posts Powers kicked goal score 60 Wesleyan got her chanco when a kIck was dropped by Berea and a K W man fell on the ball Several plunges and one end run carried it down the field and altho she was penalized onto for hurdling she got the ball over finally on an end run Goal made It CC During the rest of tho first halt Berca carried the ball steadily toward 1C Wa goal and Barton showed up for the first time in a play on tackle which afterward netted many of the best gains The halt ended with the ban on Wesleyans twelve yard line and going that way In tho second half Berea carried the ball goalwards again and seemed on I the point of scoring when Spradllng broke thru and tackled a runner Cor- A heavy Toss Powers then dropped back and made as pretty a drop kick xs one could wish to sec Score 106 The next goal was the longest in f making Both K W anti Berca would carry It considerable distances only to 30 forced to kick or to lose It on Tumbles or ort side plays Finally Powers got a kick from Wesleyan in the centre of the field and ran It back iJlbyyard lino Powers got five yards and Barton took It over Powers kicked a line goal Score 161II Game was called on account of darkness with four minutes to play The lino up nRRKA fOSITIOX K W u- wheeler Co O Caldwell R o Norris Kirk L G Caudtl Gamble R1 tcwa ltatah 1 T Bowlca Clnrk R U Williams Swope L It Stone Mesae Q U Moore Barton R II Taylor rapt Powers apt Ip 11 Spradllnir- Itoitman V B Tarrarale Time of lialvcaas and 16 minutes Came called on account of darkness Wood Pavements The five clUes In which the largest amounts of wood pavement aro found are In order Indianapolis Now York Minneapolis Toledo and Boston To gether these dUes have more crco soted wood pavement than all other dUes in the United States combined The total amount of this pave ment in use in this country at the end cf the year 1905 was about 1400000 square yards equivalent to nearly eight miles of pavement oa a- ItUlt 30 teat wide Woodcraft Much Paper Mny Printed Gaily TB average valuation of the paper saonty printed dally by Uncle Sam to tale eves UOM6M I InIa Shown one of UK many fleultg tyu coldest Star Eraed Shees Are fayfloute11 A 250 and 3OO for Women As true as the name wears modem product oldtime Medium The Mayflower Shoe for Women is designed to meet the requirements who want a high class shoe realizingthisvalues and furnish it to us at a figure that permits our selling it to you the remarkably low price of 250 and 300 We can say to you frankly there is less made on the Mayflower than any shoe of like toIyou may Come in Examine our Big Stock MRS S R BAKER Berea O e+ + 0+ i I You may think this Bank would not want to bother with + the savings accounts of little onesoo On we like to grow up with this +1 0 1ocmlzes the dollar and magnifies the human 0 all means bring them herooo There are a a smile and a desire to save that we wish iden 0titled with this Bank BEREA BANK TRUST CO f outo0 J J MOORE W H Cashier o- 4ei INTEREST PAID ON 400i o4 or0+oho ho hoto O FO +O+O+OO o+ooew O Fo +o s Cosh Patent AirTight Baker and Heater I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the and largest room in the house making it cozy The busy anythingfromChristmas turkey 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AdvciUtluc rate on application rN6e4 op KHNTKCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION It ripened souls enjoy the lipless kiss the average person will do his best to BOO that his soul stays green Probably It never occurred to uncle Russell Sago that the designs on our American 10 and 20 gold pieces have been Inartistic A St Louts girl grew three Inches taller during her vacation and her flanco now describes her as the height of his ambition Nlkola Tesla still insists that be can talk to liars But will he stop talking long enough to give lIars a chance to reply A special bulletin from the department of agriculture treats of a destructive germ in spring chickens Warning to consumers Doll your chickens One London hotel is said to have received 1650000 from American pa trons since March Since tips are fnotIncluded the real expenditure of tourists can only be guessed J A boy with a sixth sense has been discovered In Norway Well we have plenty of boys in this country who in addition to their five senses know enough not to rock the boat By a recent order many British ships will have to bo rechristened to avoid duplicate names In a pinch they might borrow a few choice ones from our own Pullman cars Those names are unique If as the university professor says Chinamen are likely to inherit the earth because they can subsist on lees food than is required by other peoples we all might put ourselves on the defensive by cutting out pie Scientists in AustriaHungary rioted an earthquake shock the other day about 2600 miles away This dis tAnco was not sufficient to reach the epot where the Standard 011 com Many hit the tessellated pavement Prof Similar Mathews says that marriage Is too much like a picnic That Is only at the beginning Later on it often develops Into a close imi tation of a finish fight for the light weight championship of the world An American woman on a steamer e arriving In New York handed a lemon to a Britisher who had been obnoxi ously attentive to her on the way across It Is hoped the Britisher will see the point by the time he goes back Mr John Graham Brooks declared recently that It costs 25000 to bring up a boy In middleclass life and now an English mother estimates that it costs 37000 to rear an English girl from Infancy to the society age Dear children A Philadelphia doctor says that candy satisfies the craving for alcohol Cllnd1jagother kind so unsatisfactory It candyiJaggerstrenuous Mr circlesIsoma to Edwards hospital fund The good thing about the 500000 la that its acceptance is not dependent upon the acceptance of the advice but unlike a good many of Mr CornegioB bequests is optional and has no string attached One of those extraordinary Chicago professors has been studying sea birds down rt the Tortugas and here ho cornea home and declares that gulls have a language of their own think nnd reason and live In communities capacfty hut Just as likely as not he Is trying to gun his listeners A New York manufacturing concern la building some traljoy cars with a tnrn stile at the rear platform so ar ranged that but one passenger can get through at a time and must papas he goes The exit Is by the front door Thin not only saves fares to the company Jiut leaves the con ductor free to pay some attention to the comfort of the passengers It It Jiardly necessary to say that thin con trivance will discourage the use of jawa catS ty r tnitrl gt frjs Aniuj fotlttt0 mitt a 3i1M1u By GEN McCOSKRY BUTT Former Commander New York State MflltU un nnny in America is nothing but a fake Tho sham which pretends that tho United States army is efficient is kept up by the higher officers who would be loth to faco a sciontfic inquiry into their own qaulificatious which would endanger their pay and perquisites No intelligent captain or lieutenant can bo found in our army to defend the existing systom Why I have sometimes scon a parade whore only three regular soldiers to a company wore present Parado drill for that matter is absolutely valueless in training soldiers for war All that nonsense goes by tho board when men arc out on a real cimpaign Riding shooting marching arc the main things which ought to be taught thoroughly Shooting at a target too is usoless The French and Gorman armies are beginning to recognize those points It is not true patriotism to hide the fact that our army is in t atntc of inefficiency It is rather tho duty of a patriot to point out tho fchnina in our sorvcic especially since critics are already awaro of thorn e What is wanted is ah appropriation of 120000000 to establish a strong permanent army wull trained according to the most modern methods known to military science and with officers schooled as highly at any nations are The American army is far behind tho armies of the Continent in such matters as the utilization of automobiles for commissariat purposes i I uue a JurpOie tU- ttrrrth By REV DR EDWARD W McCLUSKY St Louis No achievement with out a purpose Merely drifting along with the stream waiting for something means fail ure Whore there is a will there is not always a way but often there is Daniel purposed in his heart that ho would I not defile himself Daniels noble purpose was the guiding angel of I his life It led him safely through the loins den to become king be cause his ideal was king at first Moses had a purpose and tho possibility of its achievement never loft him even through forty years of obscurity until at last he led the people through the see and up to the gateway of the land of promise No achievement without enthusiasm The people had a mind to work I have half a mind to do it is a common expression but what has half a mind over achieved It never wrote a book painted a picture scaled a mountain discovered a novr world won a battle or built a wall The spirit in which one woiJss is all important No wonder he failed in business said his friend He starved his work he did not oven put himself into it The artisan by putting this spirit of enthusiasm into his work is in reality an artist A village cobbler may manifest as much enthusiasm in his work as the village clergyman In shop in store im office in home in school in church everywhere on thusiasm must accompany neliiereraent No achievement Without prmyor Nahemiah began his groat work with prayer When he and tho people saw that their onamios conspired to fight against Jerusalem and cnuso confusion Ul0t made tholr prayer unto God and sot a watch day hand night Time spont in prayer is no hindrance to the best service Andrew Bonar discovered himself work ing more than ho prayed and at once sot about to form the habit of praying while he worked MB No achievement without courage The soldier spirit enters into all true service Every one of these builders had his sword girded by his side Can you think of a greater soldier than the Apostlo Paul Had he not been in every prison on the shores of the Mediterranean Had he not been stoned in Lystra mobbed in Ephesus and kicked through thai streets of Iconium Wore not crusts lea bread dungeons his home rags his clothes slaves and gladiators his companions and persecution and exile his lot What though the morrow promised naught but the executioner and his shining ax Paul wrought on with the swcrd of the spirit saying None of these things move me and at last wrote I have finished my course with joy merira a iLiabyriut1- 1nf Qtuutrant1i By DR THEODORE BARTH No people is so rich in inventions for rapid ity of traffic aa theAmeri can yet he suffers with patience in the busiest streets holes in the pavements that aro a men ace to life and limb of men and horses Wall street a typical artery of the materialistic world ends at irgrave rd of pavementwhich strikes a stranger at first glance This is comprehensible only if we realize that this callousness to contrasts is related closely to a most pronounced desire for the superlative The highest building in the world the quickest horse the deadest picture the most costly jewels the largest library and the richest man I in the world as a neighbor are the pride of the average American But there is a charm for him also in having suffered the most disastrous earthquake to have seen the most devastating conflagration or to be able to boast of some other event which unpleasant as it may have been yctr satisfied his desire of the superlative I remember that n citizen onco showed me the city hall in hid town whose architectural charms chiefly were noticeable by their absence nnd proudly related that more money had been stolen during its construction than in any city hall in the world This land of contrasts could just as well be called a labyrinth of contrasts But who will give us the psychologic Ariadnes thread Above all things it is necessary to avoid superficial generalizations This land of contrasts is at the same time a land of individualism Rules are brokers so often by exceptions that it is always doubtful which ii rule pnd wInch is exception t j THRUST INTO RUSSIAN JAIl ARE WM ENGLISH WALLING ANC HIS WIFE With Slster in Law and Party ot Thou Friends Accused of Plotting With Finnish Rebels St PotorSirg Oct 21 WUIIait English ValMnR ot Indianapolis Ind hla wife and sleterdn Jaw Miss Ilusi Transky wore arrested by a force ol eomlarmos because of their association with several members of the Finnish progressive party They are still bo lag held at tho gendarmes hood quat lets at a late hour Sunday night A representative of the American embassy appeared at the headquarter in their behalf but ho can take no ac tion until Monday morning Kellogg Durland another American and a frlund of Mr Yolllnff who ho been In St PotonAurg gathering material for a series of lectures also was taken into custody but later was ro leased Mr Availing is a wealthy socialist Ho Is n grandson of the lato Wm II English who was vice presidential can dilate In 1SSO when Gen Hancock ran tor the American pnldoucy For several yenta past XI r Walling has taken un native Internal in the ItuMlan struggle and this la the third two ho has visited Russia The rinns with whom tho Walling have been associated also wore arrest cd In this party are throe men and one women Tho woman 4s fire wife of Prof Malatburg of lleislngrara unl rorslty The Finns have boon In St Peters burg for several days They have boon under close police observation all Ui time Saturday and Sunday tho Finns Mr and Mrs Walling and Mlsa Tran sky dined tog Uior and Sunday the en tire party was takes Into custody The arrest took plano at tho Hotel Do France one of the leading houtol Ties ot this city The rooms ot the Walling party and tho Finns wore thor oughly searched by a culoual of KM d arm 03 and several assistants This eearoh lasted ovoral hours All the baggage and offocti of tho Walling party and the Finns wore Dittoed nad tho sendarniO3 took poasoslua of a large quantity of books and documentary material Mr WaUIng and hla wife who la known to the literary world as Anna Stransk and MtM Btmnoky word taken to the gtmdarmea hcadquartcra bocauso oil the prisons ore overcrowd ed and no other place to cooling them could bo found Mr Walling has Just returned to St Petersburg from attending tho social Ut congrotM In Germany and Franca He has also spent fwvoral months ro ccntly In Geneva where ho frequented tho headquarters of Ute Jluwten revo lutlonlit Ho te intimate with many loading revolutionist and llbumta- Jlr Walling Is accused by ttio pottoe of furnl 4ilnt financial Aid to UM rove IttUoci though this charge In not the foundation for his arrest Sunday night GRABBED THE CONTROLLER Ditching the Auto and Meeting Death In Wreck of Car Pontlftc MIch Oct flIn an automobile ooWont horn Harry Wood aged 40 was killed and Karl E Smith an BHtomobilo tooter for a local factory lied his right arm broken Smith was driving home when Wood and throe other men asked for a ride Smith took the men Into his machine WbUo running about 40 mIles an hour tho automobile began skidding and Wood the tester became frightened grabbed the controller which ewurvcd the machine Into tbo ditch where It hit a trolley pole Tho other three men were uninjured Sent Bullet Into His Brain burg Pa Oct 21Frank Zymc sale a coal minor has no faith In dentist For two weeks he wilTered toothache and deckled to shoot out the troublesome molar with a 28 ail Jlber revolver Ho procured a mirror and goIng to a window In his room pointed the wcujwa with grunt care His aim was bad Tho bullet missed the tooth And plowed through his jaw and lodged In Use base of his brain Ills cheek was terribly burned by the flash of the powder Ho will die Number of Islands Annexed Quebec Oct 21Capt Bernler with tho government steamer Arctic ar rived in port utter an absence of IS months in the Arctic regions He loft hero In July 190G and wintered at Ponds Inlet and during iris absence covered about 11000 miles of sailing The captain has annexed n number of Island In the north and tho Canadian Dominion id now enlarged by the addi tion of some 600000 square miles n Victim of Football Chicago Oct 21W C Albrecht 20 died from Injurlw received during a football game Albrccht was playing right guard and while lining up after the Bcrlrainaeo fell unconscious on tho Hold Ho was found to bo suffering from cerebral hemorrhage which roused his death two tours later Moors Ambush French Troops Park Oct 2JA dispatch bar been received hero from Gen Drude com mander of tho French expeditionary forces in Morocco saying that a French reconnoitering party was am bushed while proceeding In the dlvcc Lion of Taddert L 6 N Indicted Mobile Ala Oct 2JTho Mobile county grand jury Indicted the Louis vile It Nashville Kallroad Co for IU failure to run its trains into the now union station la Mobile as required by SA order of the railroad comulsaion AT THE FLAG STATION Margaret and Her Faithful Daisy Save the Express Tho Conleya lived so far ont of town and used tho trains RO often that tho little Slag station at tho foot of the hill was a necessity Margaret was charmed when It was put up she soon know the various signals and the Steady Steady Steady There family grow to depend upon her for the very faintest whistle could not oscar her sharp ears she seamed unconsciously to bo always on the alertMargaret was a queer child used from babyhood to roaming the coun try by herself She know ovary foot of the ground sad It was as natural for her to ride a horse as It was to walk and talk Her own horse Daisy happened to be born on her birthday a circumstance which delighted Mar garet The Conley made great holt lays of birthdays and papa not only allowed her to have tko namlBC of Ua pretty colt but presented her aa a birthday present to his little daughter Now Margaret learned to ride she never knew Once on Daisys back everything seemed easy and many a eauter they had In tho summer days down the long stretch of road that led to town- Margaret was never allowed to go to town by herself though nho was 11 years old and Daisy could have carried her quite wifely but she would ofteo rids far a mile or more down tho road just to pretend She usually jjollopod as far as the lag ala Lion and turned Daisy loose for a Ha lie browse In a certain green pasture nearby while she went lllde Here she looked at the clock banging Just above the door though she bad to get on a beach to see It at alL Thea she consulted the schedule nailed upon the wall and then she wafted for the passing of two or throe trains nodding and waving to the conductors and engineers to whom the childs figure wne a familiar landmark Then she would call Delay and would trot back home by UM sane road all pre lending that they had been to town On a certain afternoon there was company expected by tho late train for tea and Margaret and Daley wont ahead of the carriage to welcome the guests It was just sunset when they reached the flag station and Margaret could see the engine of tho trtttu from town poking Its nose over the brow of a distant hilt At tho top It would commence tho down grado with double speed sidetracking about half a mile from tho flag station to let the homobound express pass by AB the train from town came nearer Margaret cantered forward to meet It but to her amazement It did not side track as usual coming Instead straight toward the station The childs heart stood still In five min utes time the express would come thundering by and It never stopped at the gag station unless signaled It would dash past Into tho train bearing their friends from town and Mar garet shut her eyes as the dreadful vision came before her but she was quick to think She raced with Daisy hack to tho flag station and snatched the signal n bit of scarlet flannel from Its nail on tho wall It was too lato to warn the incoming train which would not have time to back down to the witch and sidetrack before the express came upon them from the other direction But sha and Daisy would be able to signal the rushing express and check Its speed In time They took tho railroad track the little girl seasonably thinking that tho sight of such an unusual obstacle would bring time engine quickly to a halt Margaret had no thought of her own danger trough Daisy shrank as she felt the ominous rumbling beneath her hoofs Good girl Good girl whispered Margaret Steady steady there dont bo frightened = and grasping the bridle firmly with one hand she waved tho signal vigorously with tho other Just as the black snorting mon ster dashed Into sight A surprised shriek and two short whlstlM answered tho signal and Margaret know that all was well Then things ocgan to whirl before her she had just strength to pull Daisy off the track when she slipped out of the saddle to the ground her little white face upturned to tho sun set glow The scarlet signal was still In hI tightly clenched hand aid Daisy stood quietly snlfllng and neigh Jns until Velp +trtya J r Wben Margaret came to herself shss lay In her mothers lap but she coultty not tHHjerfltand until she saw the faces of the people all around her and hoard the cheer aa she opened hoi eyes Whores Daisy she asked ant willing bands led Daisy to hor side Good girl Good girl she whispered just as she had but a short time be fore when tho train rumbled over lhr rails Sho reached out and pattec hor favorites glossy side Daisy didnt throw mo the said raising herself I tollI couldnt set everything got blaok Then mamma bent down and kissed hertenderlyMy girl my little girl ehe cried and hold hor clone Margaret sighed and smiled and nestled doa still and shut her ayes once more fur she was tired and with maniuiu arms about her nothing oleo reuliv mattered Washington Star THE TOY ARTIST A Mechanical Figure Which Display Great Ingenuity Tho mechanical toy shown in tile accompanying Illustration Is one ofT tho most original and Ingontew things of Its kind that have recently appeared Within tho base upon which the artist and his easel aw placed and Immediately below the Illp urc Is a small pinion operated by a worm at the end of tho crankshaft that Is seen projecting throuah tile side of the buG The pinion whleti rotates In a horizontal plane Is provided with a couple of pins upon which Is placed one ot the sots of rv movable tams which accompany the toy The cams arms double witted with two separate pertltelQtfledges and each edge is engager by tho short arm ot a pair of tow tas shown In the engraving The upper lever attaches at the end of its long arm to a vettleaf shaft which passo MJI through the body ot tho figure and is UtvoUlly at ached to its right arm at the sbotO duroDr this moans says the Chi cago Newt tho rotation of the CHK causes a vertical up and dowa move meet ot the arm and the drawing yew ell that It carries The tower can operate a sjnHem of levers which gins a series of right and left forsmenu It Is evident that by giving Ute proper relative contours to the tw edges of the cam the art with tire pencil that It carries may be mad to trace any desired line upon Ui paper either vertical or horlsentaL by the action of the first or the see end oats or diagonal or curved br the Joint operation of the two ttoetx of the double earns which ore provided with the loyTls cut so that fta I Details of the Toy operation will cause tho figure ten draw some well known object Time easel Is hinged to the base and Is pressed against tho pencil by means of a coil spring It Is provided with four projecting pins upon which tho sheet of paper is held while the sketch artist Is at work NEW SHADOW SHOW Heres II Chance to Make Fun for Your Friends The following Is a very simple ellmethod of producing on tbo wall a srr rlos of now Chinese shadows tho op G hrstsHow It Is Worked orator na well as tho llttlo folk de lineated remaining behind tho lookterson which Is sometimes an advan tagsPlaco a candlo on n table and on the wall opposite nfllx a sheet of foolscap for a screen Between tho candle and the screen interpose some opaque body such as a cardboard calendar or a large volume Now how are you going to project your shadows on tho screen when It is aim ready dark Very simply by means of a mirror fixed at tho edge of a loblo The reflection of the mirror will bo thrown on tho wall either In a parallelogram or In an oval aid If your screen Is in the suitable psr- mlion and you work your pasteboard dolls correctly between thorn the mir ror sId the wall your andtcnco wilt V see the figured dance without ontthq way It la UoaUaslcaJ Bk pcrimcnts C S 7r PLANNING A FARMSTEAD Some Suggestions for the Locating of the Farm Buildings Tho accompanying plan may provo siigRwilva and helpful to ono woo do sires to locato tho farm buildings most advantngoously In It the buildings aro planed In a row 100 toot back of tho front Hno of the houso Thla will tako thorn tar enough back to prevent smalls or unpleasant sounds reaching tho homo and yet make them near enough for convenient roach Placing Uiom ta line CO tout distant from each other nearest tho grovo we would put the main wattle barn with a I concrctod foodlot back ot It mallII grave paddock that will never bo den tote mad at tho roar ot that Then I An Excellent Arrangement cornea a largo double comorlb with Leggy ahem between tho orlbs this noaroet the IIBU O and next It tho linn table 1AOlstaneo of CO feet should prevent firo spreading from ouo building to an Uxr U the roofs aro of slate or gal vanlsod Iron and It there Is any water nt all available for drenching tho tddM et tho buildings Hack of tho lorwt stable Is a large grass paddock carefully kept in thrifty condition and not trued on when too soft to hold a Lorn esp Thou after another Interval Mie Pigs and sheep or either as hoe St tho farm demands and again a- very smell concreted yard with a grain paddock at the rear ot this Now all Istprovided for save tho toolA I sURRost oantlnuoo the writer In Breeders Gazette that between the feorsa stable and tile pig and sheep bans a root all of galvanised Iron on Iron sapperta bo put over the 00 feet ftee and tool stored under this 1fro OHkL toot travel through such a slrwoturo or at least it might sail 1 r be prevented Such as Iron framework la not sow very ooeOy There should also be a wagon shut on tbe side of the horse stable twobetrueUJ by peals eo that farm wagons may tx 4rlvea vader and horses unhitched In tbs dry To the south of the house why not Lave a svw p of meadow It would be beautiful and give OM u sense ot space and freedom Some clumps ot trcoii near the house but not too near would add to the beauty of tho ndiarua Not all tbe buildings need be crcotcd at one time INTENSIVE FARMING It Is Neither an Impossibility or an Absurdity Intensive farming la a tnuchncg lccto art says Farm and Plrosldo Home well think It an Impossibility othore an absurdity nut In fact both are wrong for it Is a reality Tho say of llmltlou acres and endless for em las gone It Is unfortuuato that tho earth doesnt grow with its popu latino but It doesnt and this fact pals as taco to taco with tho problem ot how to got tho most out of our land As population Increases farms xunst oc siarily grow smaller Some farmers aro maklug moro from ton acres than others mako from a hund rod acres What a man can get from ids farm depends a good deal on tho rm but u good deal moro upon tho armor M Many market gardeners and fruit TOwers utllUo every square foot ot available space and get largo crops and big prices Tho close personal Attention th yglvo their land and orolst shows In the results This is In direct contrast to the belief which so many farmers havo that the less men they IiaVo working for them tho more UIOY Bavo Laud nods to bo carefully cultivated and looked after to glvo best results Not enough labor Is moro ot waste than too much labor tor besides the lees on tljo crops there fa the loss caused by neglecting the tend Intensive farming never Injures the land but on tho contrary improves it through close cultivation It tho moo rthis country would run their farms mi she Intensive plan they would not only largely increase theIr incomes but vastly improve their farms Using Corn Fodder There can always bo a lot ot good corn fodder used during the winter and spring on tho ordinary farm whore from a dozen to 20 cows aro kept doing tholr best at milk It will soon bo everlastingly too lati to cut core for fodder as It will soma be past the stage for malting the bOlt toed if Jhs host does not catch it We never- rAtmt having a few shocks too ninny wMi hwe always do regret running out two week soother than we should In tbs ifprlai Be sure there is plenty 0 a HOW TO HANDLE MANURE It Should De Gotten on to the Land as Soon as Possible It Is not n question of saving nil tho value of tho manure In tho nature ot things that Is Impossible Tho boat wo can do wader tho circumstances Is the quostlont Is it bettor to let manure remain In tho barnyard In largo heaps and haul It out twlco a year spring and fall or Is It best to haul It as fast as mado What aro tho advantages of thu latter system Wo must ro member that the manuro is never so rich In fertilizing valuo as whoa first male It must waste somo of its valuo anyway but hauled out os fast as made It wastes loss than in any other way If plied In largo heaps under shoter it wastes according to recent experiments 18 per cent If piled up In tho open air it wastes 217 per cent Prom spring to fall wo aro obliged to let tho manuro accumulate In the barnyard Out to prevent as much waste ns possible we sprinkle over it twlco or three times a week ground phosphate rock Wo want tho phosphate In tha soil and wo want to prevent evaporation while there is nothing that makes tho phosphate more available than tho fermentation of organic matter So we accomplish three things In this way Dut from the tlrao the cattle aro stabled In tho taU till the ground is too soft for wagon wheels In spring tho manuro is hauled dally to tho fields that are to be plowed for corn The advantages of this system are 1 Tho manuro Is hauled and spread when tho labor will coat the least 2 Wa have clean barnyards 3 Wo se cure tho least lose from fermentation and evaporation For the summer accumulation wo find tho largest value In hauling it out on to alfalfa or clover sod in tho fall plowing It under at once On this land vra plant either corn or potatoes tho next spring But tho wise farmer will make gen orous provision for tho keeping up of fertility In his land Ho will not be afraid to buy commercial fertilizers like ground phosphate rock or plow undor In tho fall n good stand of clover or alfalfa Ivory dollar ho spends In this way will bring him ton In return DRAGGING WITH BRUSH Home Made Device Which Will Level the Field After Seeding Etc Get some tough brushplum bull brush or some kind of thorn brush Is tho best five or six feet long then Brush Drag Ready for Use make neoordlns to Illustration Plank A Is to lilt or stand on a spring seat can bo placed on tho plank It pro furred Drag tho Hold crossways after tho seed U drilled In says the Mis souri Volloy Farmer and It will leave It as level as a floor I Jottings Plenty of good roughness for winter feeding Is timely now Milt feed will bo high again this winter Have you alfalfa bay to take tho place ot wheat bran f When a person can raise three to four crops ot branalfalfato the aero gotUng bettor than a ton to each crop what pays better for a dairy farmer to raise Tho first frost of tho season al ways puts a keener edge on a cows appetite causing her to cat in tho stall or yard more freely than she did even with good grass still in her pas turn Almost before we have time to realize it wo will bo dry feeding en tirely Milking fifteen cows may mean a whole lot or it may mean only as much ns some get from ten cows Quality instead of quantity should bo looked attar more than It Is The good milker oats no moro than the ordinary poor milker which is anoth er point to consider Demand for Good Butter An observing friend argues that tho increased use of breakfast foods all of which require milk and cream has had a tendency to advance tho price of butter and butter fat Ho says that largo dairy districts close to tho cit lea that once sold In the form ot but tor fat or butter now sell tho whole mlllc This goes direct to tho consum er and Is never made Into butter No I doubt this dons take an enormous amount ot milk which is used whole more probably than tho ordinary observer realizes Anyway the demand for good butter never was qulto so brisk as It is now Do It Right la fruit culture there Is either neg heat to prune or it is badly performed to a largo desroo If proper work is done at the time at planting trees and for tbo next four at five years but Ut tie labor or time will pe required after wardI I THE CITIES OF REFUGESun- daySchool Lesson for Nov 3 1907 Sped II Preputi lor Till Piper IE880N TKXTJothua 8 l9 Mem ory verceft I a- UOLURN TKXTMy rcluse Is la aoOI iialn 7- TlMKThe latter port of Joshuas lift Tt le uncertain how tong tin llvmt Jo mphiM lays that till administration lasted r 1- 11PLACRThfl nilmlnUtratlnn capital srrome to has been tratwferred from the military headquarter at dlleut to the rcilRloui center at Khlloh u town ten mile north northeast of Bethel Josh ISM 1981 JIA- Comment and Suggestive Thought In order to understand mho ordinan ces concerning the Cities ot Refuge which mire referred to In four ot the Ont aix books ot the Bible It is nee cisary to roallzo two groat facts First That there aro some crimes that mint bo removed It a nation would exist and prosper Such are treason which strikes at the life of the nation and murder which strikes at the existence of tho family as well us tho Individual Hreaking tho sixth commandment wrongs not merely tho Individual It Is a threefold crime 1 Against tho Individual It takes away his most precious possession everything so far as this world Is concerned 2 Against tho family and the nation for It takes away a member often the support of the family and one ot the essential members and defenders of the nation 3 Against God tho giver of life fence tho severest punishment pos sible Is meted out to whoever per petrates this crime and ought to bo tn order to prevent as many as possi ble from committing the crime No other punishment Is adequate Wo pity tho murderer for his suffering We ought to have still more pity for tho Innocent vlcUms Murder would be almost entirely expiated from the flat of crimes If every wilful murder or was Immediately punished Second In the early days whon nations were small and weak when there were multitudes of small semi Independent tribes there was no general government to enforce the law and exact justice when tho men of ono trlbo committed a crime against another Hence thero grow up tho custom of blood revenge accord ing to which tho tribes or the rela tives of tho murdered person woro compelled themselves to punish the murderer who was naturally In most eases tho member of another trlbo There was no OHO else to do It It was very much like lynch law where the people feel the need of punish meat for safetys sake and tear the delays of tho usual processes ot criminal law With the advance of rlrlllsaUon and the gradual evolution of the slate the duty of safeguarding the rights ot the community passes to the stale Tile Cities of Refuge and Their Court Va 19 There was a scheme for overcoming the dangers of blood revenge and dealing out exact and merciful justice to all and saving tho Innocent or partially Innocent from Indiscriminate Injustice First A Just Discrimination Vs 13 V 2 Appoint out for you It V Assign you tho cities of refuge the law for which had been given through Moses but which could not be selected till tho Israelites had set tied down In their new homo See heronaySecond Tho Right ot Asylum Vs 4 7 S The necessity for some inviolable place of refuse has been recognized In tho lawless ages of tho Mist Those refuges havo usually been religious places as groves al tars and temples These have been tho safest because to attack them was to defy the gods to whom they wore dedicated and to array against the Invaders tho unseen forces sup posed to bo at their command Third The Preliminary or Grand Jury Trial V 4 Shall stand at tho entering of the gate of tho city I e not outsldo of tho gate of tho city but In the forum or public square which was near the city gates and used as a place for public meetings and trials comp Ruth 41 2 Fourth Tho Right to a Regular Trial before a Competent ourtVs0 C 9 G If tho avenger of tile blood pursuo after him as It was his duty to do it ho believed tho man to be a murderer they shall not deliver Uio slayer up Into his hand because on the face of It ho smoto his neighbor unwittingly and should have a fair trial before the avenger ot blood could punish him Sixth TIle Punishment of tho less Guilty All this did not savo time mill ty from just punishment Num 35 1621 Thero was no opportunity for tho Cities of Refuge to income hot bods ot crime and brccdeis of crimi nals Unpunished crime is equally with Injustice the means of increas ing crlmo and tho danger that threat ens our country Christ Is the City of Refuge It Is not tho church It Is not the altar It is Christ himself who s the ono and only sacrifice for sin and therefore tho ono and only hiding place to which tho sinner can repair Such a refuge Is provided as will meet the case of sinners of every class not excepting tho willful mur derer himself If he repents and that refuge Is tho everlasting lovo of God rovealed in Jesus Christ Christ is the city ot refuge because God has so appointed Christ is not un arbitrary but Inecessary city ot refuge from sin WOMENS WORK AT MINES Very Few Work UndergroundIn Africa They Carry Heavy Loads Until recently women were employed In England Inconncctlon with sur faco work In coal mining and brick works Tho women wore found to be very strong but thoy wore other ulUI ies The coal mines rogulatlon act of Great Britain prohibits women labor being employed underground In Gorman Southwest Africa an in vestigator found many native women at work about tho mines They were useful In carrying in loads especially of firewood Tim women labor was cheap and as long as thoy wore left alono to tako as much time as they liked over tho work and do it as they wished thoy wore all right life next experience was hIgher up the coast In West Africa Labor was short and they decided to try women to carry stones The carried the first two loads and then they struck Those women quite altered the con ditions ot carrying tones They car red them for a certain distance but three or four relays had to bo provided After that they were tried at carrying sand and things like that They went on for a short while but did the work In fits and starts In another place also on tho west copse whore women had been tried against tho black men it was found that for carrying in firewood they were by far the best and cheapest There of course they were on piece work although their tickets were marked just the came as if they were on day work Their task was to carry in a cord of wood a day Thoy used to start about 430 a m and went on carry Ing until 7 and from 720 1119 or 10 Then If thoy wanted to get off early tho next day they used to carry an other cord of wood in the afternoon or a port of It They wero a decided success but they wero very particular In what they called their circle They did not mind how closo it was to the boilers but It it wore a little over their dls tanco they would go to the manager and want an Increase directly Some women used to carry about 100 pounds on their heads on an av erage about 85 to 95 pounds of wood Statistics published In the Mining World from time to time show that there aro a number of women em ployed In tho coal winos of Belgium and Germany for Instance as pickers and sectors In Germany women re colvo 27 to 38 cents per day Bookplate Ruskin Had Made The death of Mr Ruskins publisher reminds mo that among the many Ruskin drawings engravings and other relics which Mr Allen possessed was a proof of a bookplate engraved at Mr Rusklns express desire The tact that the distinguished au thor and art critic owned a bookplate Is I believe unknown to collectors of oxllbris and only because Mr Ruskin attar haying the plato engraved and a few proof Impressions taken altered his mind and never used it There Is no copy of tho plato In the national collection In tho print room of the British museum Tho engraving was dono by W Rorto an old engraver in stipple employed by Mr Ruskin to engrave Ida In the Story of Ida and other small plates from drawings by Miss Kato Grconaway Dick Turplns Tree The last remaining portions of a famous old elm which was known to all lovers of Dlackhcath and tho surrounding country as Dick Turplna tree ware removed today Tradi tion goes that the famous highway man used to hover about near tho gigantic branches of this elm well out of view ot hIs prey whom be used to so adroitly hold up with his horse pistols and relieve of whatever loose valuable they might have The elm which had a circumference of over 15 feet stood closo to Hyde Vale almost opposite Yo Oldo House While it was being cut up a nail in perfect condition was found embedded In tho center of the wood London Globe A Discouraged Digger- I see they say that when a diamond passes a certain size it is worth no more than n smaller orb Hows that It Its too large it isnt marketable Nobody wants to wear a diamond as bulky as a glass door knob Is that sot Then It must bo aw fully discouraging for a man to dig up a sparkler ns big as a football Cleveland Plain Dealer Booming Virginia Hero Is a Kansas City man applying for a permit to carry a revolver on tho ground that his motherinlaw is about to visit him Incidents of this sort aro unheard of hereabouts Old Virginia bolng universally conceded to produco tho kindest sweetest and lawinpatch A Mystery Explained Man Is a book which only the very few can read says a magazine en sayist Perhaps this accounts for the proneness of physicians and surgeono to examine the appendix Man Chester Union Billiard Transformations We shall not bo much surprised if now that billiard tables are round steps are taken to adopt square balls which would formerly hive appeared contrary to common sense Y 1855 Berea College1907g FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places tide BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 stateseLargest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject j So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Staging Ulbld Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management eta iVo text booksTRADE COURSES for any wbo nave finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those woo have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even n part of this course as tall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra tees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 S and 4 year courses with Latin Ow man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and aU modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession ot teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get A flrstolass i certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the reformation cultute and training necessary tor a true teacher and cover branches feces sary for Slate certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Orghn Voice Culture Plano theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra tear Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money re calved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he paysie In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts ot Christian and patriotic who are supporting Here In order that It may train young men and womeu for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from tho best families and tUII earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be elok the College provides doctor and nuns without extra charge All except thoso with parents in Unrps live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It la expected that all will have A chance to earn as much as 35 conts n week Somo who need to earn more may by writing to tho Sooretaiy before coming secure extra employment no u to earn from 60 cents to oue dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berva favors plain clothing Our climate Is the beg but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tine Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and othor necessary tuticloa at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay lor cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 160 In winter For room furnished fuel tights wash tag of bedding 40 cents a week ta tall and spring 60 oenU ia winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but oace and to returnodgwhen the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to hIp on expenses for ogre of school build logs hospital library etc Students pay nothlnn for tuition or service of- toachersall our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term U 00 In lower Model Schools 1000 In courses wilt Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidents fee and room rent by s the term board by the halt term Installments are ta follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln me payment 2900 Installment plan first day 12109 Including JlOO deposit middle ot term 945 WINTER 12 weeks 29oola one payment 62850 Installment plan first day 12100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of teem receive hack for money lnnced On board In full except that BO allowance 1s made for any fraction of a- week Oh room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any fraction of a month On Incidental tee a certificate allowing the student to sly the amount advanced for term bIds when he returns provided It U within tour term but making no allowanc for any traction ot a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey sad are well started In school It pays to stay a long as possible THE FIRST DAY of the fall term Js September 11 1907 For Information or friendly advise write to the Secretory WILL C GAMBLEBEREA oc r That Premium Knife o takes tbeeyea of the mea sad boys who we IL The aonntaks people likes good tiling wileD they see it and to get a 75 oeat knife 5thwo blades ol raver steel sada dollar paper thatwis- worth sore to the moeutala people thin aayother dollar pl5S- a i the world i The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar I That brio k uhMcIptloM all iU Uaa to full praatlamr7Wt oa pap rl I 1 Afr 1THE SCHOOL I Problems ef the District Sonee Jly Prof Dlhimorr Part LLevs as a Factor In Taachlnr Love according to the New Testament is the fulfilling of the law The law means everything that can rightfully bo required of us If it were possible to perform every act that pertains to successful teaching without love in our hearts we should still be indebted to the law On the other hand if we have love in full measure we shall fulfill the law because love will stimulate us to perform all necessary outward acts Love is within but is manifested from without We can only judg- of a persons love by his words hit deeds his manner toward us We cannot a see the heart Love manifests itself by respect by thoughtfulness nnd by consideration for our welfare U is not mercenary asks for no reward except to be loved in return and this is certain to follow as love begot love The best description ever given of love is that of Paul in his First Letter to the Corinthians the thirteenth chapter There it is translated charity It is the same feeling expressed in the song of the Angels at tho Saviours birth Peace on earth good will to men Many teachers find it difficult to love all their pupils Some children are so happy in disposition that it is as easy to love them as to love beautiful flowers A wealth of affection is showered upon them and they flourish in its atmosphere But with au unlovely child the case is different there is nothing or very little that inspires that affection Yet it is possible to love the worst specimens of mankind otherwise we should not have been commanded to love everybody even our enemies Love should be most bountifully bestowed where it is most needed andobviously the disagreeable hateful child stands first in this respect His ugly disposition is due to a lack of love Neglected children are un loved children Love never neglects Such need the affection of the teacher and can be reached and benefited by no other power The boy who is rude and rough may have no conception of what love is but he will be susceptible to its influence none the less If the teacher finds it difficult to love certain ones he may at leas- take an interest in them Every child is interesting If one seems especially disagreeable make a study of him Find out the circumstances and con ditions of his bringing up A revelation of the truth is almost certain o arouse pity and pity is akin to love An impulse will at once arise to eho kindness where nothing but neglect and perhaps cruelty bas ben known Followup the impulse and persevere until the heart has been reached There is a soft spot in every boys heart that love will sooner or Inter find and once having gained an entrance the way is easy Many of the most incor rigiblo are unconsciously heart hungry for real affection but cruelty nnd deceit have made them an suspicious of advances as a wolf of poison The confidence of such must be won and won completely before they will make known their real thoughts- A story is told of a teacher in one of the Chicago schools who tried faithfully to reach the heart of an incorrigible boy but without success De spairing at length she decided he must be reported to the Principaland ex palled Wishingto make one more effort before resorting to this extrem ity she to remain after the others were dismissed at noon He remained in his seat with a countenance bard and sullen The teacher sat down beside him and spoke pleasantly telling him she would be glad to do something for him and asking why he had repulsed all her efforts at kindness The boy looked np with tears in his eyes and said Teacher it is because Im so durned hungry It was a revelation The teacher wouldnever have thought of attributing his hardness to such a cause He was provided with a good dinner that day and every day thereafter and gave no further trouble Love was the fulfilling of the law in his case- In bestowing love the teacher does not surrender the reins of government nor the right to punish when necessary Love must bo neither weak nor cowardly But it never punishes for the sake of seeking an outlet to angry feelings nor to avengo misdeeds In fact love seldom resorts to arbitrary punishment that is punishment that hae no relation to the wron committed It seeks to let wrong doing meet with its natural consequence and to point out the relation of the consequence to the deed Thus ifa pupilwastes his study period he cannot recite he is humiliated before the teacher and the class he receives a low mark and loses a certain amount of his standing in scholarship All this is the natural consequence of wasting time and he needs only to be reminded of it kindly to avoid a repetitionLikewise if a pupil indulges in falsehood the punishment in not a whipping nor standing in a corner nor getting a lesson Thgnatur al result of lieing is loss of character and reputation It is to ones word doubted when he wants to have it trusted It is to be under suspic ion in other ways because if one will stoop to lie he will not hesitate 0Icommit other sins These natur l results are a thousand times more serioI ous than some little bodily discomfort Love points out all these and if corporal punishment is ever resorted to it is only for the sake of bringing some heedless one to his senses that is to cause him to reflect upon the evil doingAgain must differ in the various grades It may be shown to the six year olds in a hundred little ways that will not apply to the older pupils When children first enter school they must be shown many little attentions to make them feel at home The teacher must be all in all in this strange new place He may he just as strict as he likes providing he administers his requirements with gentleness and love Continued Next Weekc rTHE HOME I IIy MM Jennie Letter JlIIIJPacking Away Summer Clothing The season for thin dresses will soon be past and the Hummer clothing must bo put away until another year Nothing should ever bo put Lwillshould have the starch washed out before being put away Fine white dresses should also be wrapped in blue paper to prevent them from turbo ing yellow All pins should be removed as the least dampness may cause rustI spots Do not hang up skirts aud coats having bias seams an they are awayinIn folding ay the articles on a bed or table and fold on the seams if possible Pay particular attention to the collars and sleeves Pull the bows and collars of fancy waists straight aud stuff tho sleeves with soft paI per A Few Good ExercisesITwo or three good exercises persistently followed will do much to im prove the body and health If the shoulder bones are prominent try tbe following exerciseI Stand erect with tho feet close together and throw the arms back as lid possible keeping the palms forward and the arms level with the shoulders I Repeat eight or ten times and take tho exorcise at least night and morning Another good exercise for tho same purpose is to clasp the hands at the back of tho head throw the elbows as far back as possible and walk backward and foward withregular strides Both these exercises will not expandtnoOverdoing You overeat K your food tl not honestly earae You overslesp If tha mortgage li awake and frowla Torn overtalk It you aava tlma twatts am 0UllIH Appraised at Full Value Miserly gave the flreman who saved hla Ufa when his house was en fira B9 costa tot carrying him down tka ladder Did the fireman take Itrtartly Ha save Mlstrly J9 naboMare IN OUR OWN STATE j Masons to B rOut Liquor Dealers Whiskey Trust May Move George town Depot Burned Frightened by her sister who entered her room at midnight last Thursday with a sheet wrapped aboutt her Clara Osgood living near Ashland jumped from a secondstory window breaking her neck In the fall and dying almost Instantly sese at I liquor dealers from tho organization In this state in future Interest In th election of officers centered in the contest for Grand Deputy Warden Ten candidates started out but after the first ballot all withdrew excop n n Burnam of Richmond and W H Porter of Borca The rata was very close and was only decided In favor ot Mr Burnam after two more ballots It was reported in Frankfort that the headquarters la this state of the whisky trust would soon be moved to Louisville Is this because the whisky men expect to find the Republicans un comfortable neighbors The Queen and Crescent freight de pot at Georgetown burped last Thurs day night at 930 oclock It la not known how the fire originated but pastbeen In the building that day The depot was full of freight accldoatlwy shot himself Monday at ML Sterling by his pistol dropping from his pocket The bullet entered his abdomen and death resulted in a few hours lie was unmarried Robert York a miner had two flag ers cut off and Robert Daugherty had his leg broken at tho Bcattyvlllo Black Coal Company mines fast Fri day Both accidents occurred within one hour of each other Special correspondence in this week Issue of the Manufacturers Record from Middlesboro Ky covering real estate conditions In the South as con cerned especially with coal and timber lands reveals gratifying activity It saysDevelopments in both Eastern Kentucky and Western Kentucky are progressing with a rapidity that should satisfy anyone Very few large tracts of coal and timber remain to be discovered as It were and probably halt a dozen tracts of virgin timber workg are These lands lie back from the railroad at distances of from sixty to 100 mllea Good lands ranging In area from 1000 to 10000 acres and lying within reasonable distance of transportation facil ities can be secured at prices from 7 to 50 per acre Coal lands in Western Kentucky with convenient railroad facilities can be bought In tracts of from 10000 acres down for an average of 20 an acre Lands are being much sought after allover Kentucky and tho boat of the white oak and poplar lying within reach of shipping points Is already takenGeneral LeVant Dodge of Berea Department Commander G A IL of Kentucky was in Maysville yesterday and this morning visiting the local Post and will accompany Col C C Degman today for a visit to Croxton Post at Pearls General Dodge is a distinguished soldier and educator and has tho unique honor of enjoying one of the 1000 pensions given by Andrew Carnegie to retired professors Gen Dodge will accompany Comrades Degman Bowman Colo and others to Decatur 0 tomorrow whore tho an nual reunion of the Seventieth Ohio Regiment will be heldv From lays vllle Public Ledger ONG SERVICE tLY M C A1 Henry Eo Rosevear State Secretary ot tho Young Mens Christian Associ ations of Kentucky completes this month twentyfive years of service as an employed officer of tho Association Eighteen of these years have been spent in tho Kentucky State Secretary ship in reviewing the growth of theI Young Wens Christian Association since 1882 Mr Rosevear says Tho past quarter of a century has witness ed marvelous dfelopment In the As Boclauou movement throughout the i organltaIIportiiiR in North America now there are 17G7 Tho membership has in creased from 95077 to 437178 The number of emplcyed officers of local j Asst ctatlons and of State and International Committees has grown from 3i1 In 1882 to 2392 in 1907 73 build- Ings were owned at a valuation ot 2900750 while there are now BS9 buldlngs costing 34132245 The an nual current expenses of the local As sociations amounted to 519187 the past year 5396124 woe expended The expenditures of the State and Provincial Committees hays increased from 20647 to 301071 and the cost of the International Committees work tress 25811 to 1180384 beside U58j I- If 11M 160 for the foreign work budget towards which there were no contrl buttons In 1882 A total attendance of 405724 was reported at mens reiI Iglous meetings in 1882 tho put year the number has been 6901342 Forty I seven gymnasiums have grown to C60 In 1882 122 Associations reported n meagre educational work and no ex pert secretarial supervision this year 399 Associations report 42199 different students in class work and 75 men giving tho whole or the larger part of their time as educational directors lathe work of the Associations Boys work was In its Infancy twentyfive years ago 117 Associations reporting work for them 654 Associations now thave boys departments with 67551 members THE MARKET- t Live Stock Louisville Oct 22 Extra steers 6 Q 5 25- Llghtshlpplng steers 450 500 lblCommonChoice butcher bolfors 8 60 4 25 Fair to good do do 8 8 60 Com to rated do do 2 60 3 00 Choice butcher cows 8 50 4 Fair to good do do 8 00 3 50 Com to mud do do 2 26 3 I Canners 1 2 25 Choice feeders 4 4 76 Med to good do 3 60 4 00 Com rough do 8 8 SO1 Good to ext steers 860 4 Fair to good do do 2 8 50 Com to med do do 2 60 8 00 360dGood to extrn oxen 4 25 4 76 Med to good 8 4 Good to extrn bulls 3 00 3 60 Fair to good bulls 2 60 3 00 Choice veal calves 0 60 7 00 Fair to hOod do do 400 6 00 li0ara0 hcay enh I 6t1 It 60 Choice milch cows 85 40 Com to med do do 25 30 Plain common do do 10 20 1 noos Cholco ptb 200800 Ibs 0 05 Medium packers 100 to 200 Ibs 0 05 Light shippers 120 to 100 Ibs 0 40 Choice 00 to 120 lbs 6 90 0 Light pigs 60 to 00 Ibs 5 6 60 Houghs 160 to 600 Ibs 3 60 6 80 1snxxrAND L111C3 Good to ch fat sheep 4 25 450 Fair to good sheep 3 CO 4 25 Common sheep 2 00 300 Ducks 7 00 7 25 Choice butcher lambs 4 00 4 75 Choice spring lambs 6 00 C 10 Seconds 600 526 Culls and tallends 2 00 4 00 Good native ewes 5 00 6 00 rnoDooc Eggs 18c per dot Butter 20c per lb PoultrySprIng ohlokcns small He per lb large 10chons 9c duiks small young lie old 9c turkeys young 13c old He geese 7c MADISON MARKET Richmond Ky Oct 23The goo oral fat cattle market has been de moralized for the past Un days A Teat many contract cattle had to be taken owing to scarcity of water which meant a general low to the shippers There is no decline in the best grade of young cattle but look out for the mean stuff as thero will be a decline on that grade and a very heavy decline Winchester Court reports about three hundred cattle market draggy Tan Bark Price at the depot at Bcrca per cord 700 Ties- Prices at tho depot at Baron Eight and a halt feet long G by 8 firsts 53 cants Eight and a half feet long C by 8 culls 23 cents Eight foot C by 8 firsts 50 cents Eight foot C by 8 culls 26 cents Spokes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co at Berea for black or shot bark hick ory spokes split or sawed Per Thous First size A and B grade J 16 00 First size 0 grade i 00 First size D grade 7 00 Second size A and B grado 21 00 Second size O pjade 12 00 00IFourth size A and B grado 30 00 First size Is lln on tho heart 13 deep and 28 to 30 Inches long Sec ond size is 2 in on tho heart 2 in deep and 30 in long Third size is 2Vi in on the heart 2In deep and 30 In long Fourth size is 2Vln on the heart 211 In deep and 30 In long A D Grado is good sound whlto coarse heavy growth llvo timber full to sizes and froo from defects C Grade is good sound white tim ber that is lighter in weight and growth Is finer and not so heavy as the A D Grade It must bo free from defects also and full to lace land Grade Is good sound red and red white mixed timber clear of de fects and full tl sizes Defects are knots worms bird pecks wind shakes crooked grain and checks Cholera a disease which is greatly feared whenever it appears because It kills no many people has been spread- Ing in Russia for some time and stopj PUBLIC SALE As agent for the heirs of John Hand Nancy Palmer deceased I will ou Saturday October the 26th 1907 at the late residence of the said J M and Nancy Palmer five tulles southeast of Lancaster on the Lancaster and Richmond turnpike road near Point Leavell a railroad station on the L N R R sell to the hlchestI bidder a certain tract of taming 106 acres of rood land will grow hemp corn tobacco or any kind of grain said farm has upon it a good residence of eight rooms rood barn corn crib buggy house meat and chicken house with an everlastlni well at the door and is well watered by springs and pond and Is in a goof neighborhood close to church and school and for quiet sobriety and Christianity cannot be excelled by any people Any one wishing to look at the farm Mr Pope who lives ou tho farm will take a pleasure In show lag It to them Terms One third to be paid Jan 1st 1903 when possession will be giv en one third Jan lit 1909 one third Jan lit 1910 purchaser to execute notes on day of sale with good secur- Ity the two last notes to bear six percent Interest from Jan lit 1901 till paid This farm must be sold to make a distribution among the heirs Sob to begin at 10 oclock L m J W Palmer Agent Point I av ll Ky W P Prewllt Auctioneer Berea Ky4 PUBLIC SALEII will on Saturday November the 2nd 1907 on the premises in Garrard county near WalUceton Ky about five miles above Paint Lick stations on the L N R R sell to the high est bidder a lot of land about three acres with all tho appurtenances thereon consisting of a very good threeroom house with outbuildings is in a good neighborhood close to schools and churches and for Qjlet pence sobriety and Christianity can not be excelled by any people Terms made known on the day of sale Sale to commence at 10 L m Collins Coy Klrkaville Ky W P Prowllt Auctioneer Berea Ky Told by the Teeth A man carries a good barometer In his teeth declares a dentist of large experience The teeth are pe culiarly affected by damp weather especially bad teeth When strangers betia flocking to my consulting roost complaining of toothache and pains la tha jaw I know that we are going to have a spell of bad weather A good bit of it is neuralgia but is Is n sun saga This rush ot business keeps up Q- UI the bad weather Is well set in and when business falls oft I know that w shall soon have better weather Whea toothache pallonts ara few and tar between I ala assured that we are U for a spell of fine weather To Educate Your Children This ceiled 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 r prices Address- T J OSBORNE Beroa Ky o+o+oQ+o +o+o+s+o +oo+c+o+oooo+o+04040+ ++o+G f ADDINGt iNEWACCOUNTSI a t arc constantly adding new accounts our j o business is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It is 5 o our purpose to + t + 0 t Deal Justly and Liberally With All io + r + 0 j- I Your Account Solicited i 0 t o INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 1t i+ 0 i io+ t Berea National Bank a 0c+ +4+o+o+oooo+o +o+o+oo+o+o+o+O d+o+o+o+o +o+o +o OOt It I I AM THE MAN WHO tSELLS THE LANDTown property iu Boron anti farm lands are advancing In ty I buyingI for Halo I have one farm well located containing 100 acres 80 acres bet N tom laud n line on It now good buildings well I and lying along bonlde county road and which for the small sum of 1700 ImproveclI I have another tract of land containing 180 acres of AXiffhfefour building lotto In the West end yet unsold price 100 each Wi M 0110 nero In each lot JS I have tbreo cottages In the West end lots containing an acre each I cnn sell you any one ot these IotA nt each These Iare evIdently the best bargains you will hove for a uicu homo In JIN Berea any ways soon Another bargain 40 acres of land In the farm a flP building good wlrefencIng25acreHofgoodboUomlandonlyiOOO I If you business In town 1 am your man Anything you want sold tell me J P BICKNELL ISL REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT Wj eGCC E p AWfULPowbEimLAT NEARLY TWO SCORE PERSONS KILLED AT FONTANET IND ENTIRE TOWN DESTROYED More Than 600 Are Injured About 50 of Them Serloutly Loote Do- Ing of Explosive Blamed for ttie Disaster FontAnot Ind Thirtyeight Urea tsnuged out j00 Injured of which number 10 wore seriously hurt and a property loss of approximately Ut000 la the latest estimate of tho do strnctlon wrought by tho explosion at the Durant Powder mills Tuesday morning Whore stool a thriving and busy town of 1000 peoplo there Is ruin and scattered wrookagu Tho dead and moro sorlouily Injured have boon taken away Five hundred Inhabit aaIL all moro or less wounded remain lo gather their soattorod houtohold mod and sloop under tents and on eats guarded by soldiers of tho state From a workman employed In tho taslng mill It was loomed Wednes day that a hot box which was r earned by too much friction on the 1lbalUng onutlnR sparks to be trans mitted to some loose powder was In 3allprobability tho cause of the too rtblo catastrophe Loose Boxing Blamed Tbe employe whose name Is WII liam Morrow and who Is dangerously hurt as tho result of the oxploalon saki pJTke eiptoMon In which so many W lost who caused by looso bating on the shaft The day before this terrible explosion happened we had to throw wator on It when It canto too hot This time It got two hot and sent air the sparks that caused the explosion Another company of state militia errtvod from Itidlanapolts Wednesday vvmtnc and Immediately went Into wisp The town In now under martial law the two companies of state troops taing In full control Seven Mills Blow Up Without warning the powder mills sera in Btimfeer blew up nt 915 Tw f4ay inornlBK They employed 2M men aral ot these 76 wore at work when the first explosion ooowrred In tbl wrest mill In quick woceeslon the lIIutag powder magazine blew up followed by the cap min IH the t r raiHfsjctfie sJUMted several Ijuadred yards from tko milk wraMoted 40 toe begs of powder The eoffcwwten when it bw ap was felt mearlr SM wlhw away Mrary bore in thus town wfts deI stroyed Farm bows two uiUeti away 4MMl aeboelhoMM equally distant were torn to places and their eeetipanU in Jured A naseettxer train an the Ilk lour railroad tour relies away ha- d4ftt sneak window broken and WIT newt passengers were Injured by fly tag gksfe Tke mUle went up with three dls tlMt oxpkMtQM followed 90 min utes later by a fourth even moro wrl out than the others when tko saga j vines wont up Immediately fallowing tile explosions tho wreckage took fire mad the Inhabitants ot the town who I reeked to the reeotio of tho mill em tofThey worked frantically In constant oxII tomes Dead and dying woro picked up and collected Eighteen bodies horribly burned and mangled were eartcil to a protected spot to await Identification while tho badly Injured I numbering upward of jOt worn put on a special train and taken to Torre Haute for hospital accommodations Scarcely one of tho 1000 Inhabitants of Ibu town but carried blood on hands and taco from his own wounds or those ot people who had required ski Tho mills woro located one untie onlh of the town With tho first explosion the employee ran for info ty but most ot them wore killed or wounded by tho quick followlag ex- 1lollonlln the other mills When the bout from tho burning mills exploded SOthe greatpowder magazine 90 mIn later destroying the town by tho concussion many of those engaged In rescue work were badly injured and jjcvorol were killed- Suportntondont Monahan ot the plant was kllltd while sitting In his office and his wife and sisterinlaw were kilted In their homo some dIll lance away JOY Hanly at Indianapolis ordered Iho Terra Hauto company of tho In dlnna National Guard hero to patrol tho ruined district and protect Ira and property Tho governor arrived in the evening about tho time tho sol dlnrs reached hero Fta brought with Jilin 700 tents and cota Citizens subscribed more than 5000 o the relief fund arid the council ap propriated 1000 to bo expended to rellovPllurriln Snow Falls on Upper Lakes Snult Sto Marie MichSnow fell over tho upper lakna Friday accom panied by high winds which created the hcavlciit sea of tha year All Ijoata are tied up hero waiting for hotter weather New YorkHavana Cable Laid New YorkTho direct Now York Havana cable of the Commercial Cable company was completed Thursday sight tbo final splice having beN Hiado at sea 120 allos ftoru Ccni y U Mad cih i 7 H HzI Rr I ffARD fr THEIR DUTTE DANK FAILS AND FIRM IS SUSPENDED Copper Dividends CutProminent flanking House of Hamburg Ger many Forced to Wall Now York Sensations followed each other In rapid succession lntho financial district Thursday as tho result of the collapse of the projected corner In United Copper and tho sua pension of a prominent brokerage firm Wednesday The firm of Otto Holnze Co was suspended on the sack exchange P Augustus Helnze thoUuttu copper magnate resigned the presidency of tho Mercantile National bank of Now York Tho Amalgamated Copper company at Its directors meeting cut Its quar terly dividend from two per cent to ono per cent Tho directors of tho Boston Mon tana Copper company declared a quar terly dividend of six dollars In place of a former dividend of 12 Tho failure of HallerSoohlo Co prominent bankers of Hamburg Ocr many with liabilities lint may roach 17100000 was announced The State Savings bank of Butto MonU of which tile llolnioa are the principal stockholders suspended Ai a result of those sensations the stock market was halting and Irrogu lar hut there was apparent failing UMt break of the attempted corner In United Copper had cleared the at mosphere somewhat and tho market rallied before the close Tho suspension of Otto Holnzo Co of which firm Max M SchulUo Is tho stock exchange member was based on a complaint to tho exchange made by Grow k Kloeborg tho stock exchange firm which failed In n com munication to the president of tho stock exchange this lira charged Otto Hoiaxo Co with refusIng to accept I5Q2 shares of United Copper said to have boon bought on the order of tho Hotnxo firm The action Gross Kleoborg state was responsible for their failure Attorneys for this firm stated that the amount owing to the firm by Ute Holnzo firm aggregates 800000 OLD TEXAS BANK ASSIGNS T W House of Houston Unable to Realize on Assets Newton Texose of tho oldest banking houses In Texas went to tho wall Thursday afternoon when T W Howe banker filed n general assign ment under tho Mate law W II Chow W D Cleveland and J S Hloe were named as RManot It Is stated that tko reeouroea are amply suOloient to par creditors 100 seats on the del lar Inability to realize on securities net readily oonvortlble Into oath Is eoMldertd the only oaute of tho as signment The House bank was established In Houston In 1818 by the father of the present banker Mr house has enor moue holdings of land and other invest nonts In many portions of the state MISTAKEN FOR BURGLAR KILLED North Dakota Editor Shot by Woman Who Becomes Maniac Mint N DJ T Neal editor of the Columbus Reporter was suet and killed Wednesday night by Mrs n C lUsmusten who mistook him for a burglar Editor Neal was at work In hs omco when ho saw a house on fire itlIIroready gone Neal attempted to enter the Kasmustcn house and Mrs Rat mUllion thinking ho was A burglar procured her husbands rlnand fired through the door killing Neal In stantly Mrs Kasmussen became a raving maniac when she learned who It was she bad shot Rich AmericanLoses 120- 0ParkA wealthy American during the lunch hour of the dressmaking es tablishments on tho flue do la Pair got into conversation with two pretty young women who ho thought were dressmakers Suddenly tho boll recalling the girls to work was hoard and tho young women rushed indoors taking tho mans pocketbook with thorn It sontalncd 1200 Tho police were nollltod and found that tho wcro not known In any Rlrlal establishment In the Wireless Links Two Worlds Glace Hay N SrTho Inauguration of n regular transatlantic wireless Bcrvico was accomplished by William Marconi and his assistants Thursday Mr Marconi stated at night that more than 6000 words bad boon transmit ted between tho station nt Port Marion six miles from hero and the Irish station Among tho messages transmitted Thursday was one from Sir Hiram Maxim and a telegram from the London Calls Mall to Presi dent Roosevelt Accused of Criminal Libel San Jose Cal Charles M Short ridge exstate senator editor of Iho Dally Times and former owner of the Mercury wan arrested Thursday on complaint of Congressman E A Hayes on a charge of criminal libel The action grow out of an assertion by Shqrtrldge In a public speech last Wednesday that he had information that Hayes had burned his former mansion it Edenvnle for the Insur ance which statement together with another Mcrlaus accusation was pcb U sa USht rtrIdei paper + ar L r a TIiE ryECLOWDQGS FjaUND Up AT NEW Y9RII MAGILLS ARE NOT GUILTY t JUDGE INSTRUCTS JURY TO AC QUIT THE DEFEND NTS1I State Did Not Prove the Corpus De- llctl Verdict Is Greeted with Cheers Decatur 111 Acting under Inttruc tlons from Judge Cochran tho Juri Friday night returned a verdict ac quitting Frederick Mnglli and his wife Fayo Graham Magill of the charge of murdering Mrs Pot Maglll Uio first wife ot Magill In lute Instructions the judge said the state had failed to prove tho corpus delicti The verdict was greeted with nheorsIdespite the otforta of tho maintain order Tho crowd In the courtroom hurried forward and of feted congratulations to the Maglll Tho jury afterwards filed by and ouch shook hands with tho defendants On May SO test Mrs Pot Magill was found dead In her homo ut Cllu ton 111 sad a postmortem examina lion held six weeks after hor death showed that she had been suffocated by chloroform On July 6 In Denwr Frederick Magllt her husband and Miss Faye Graham a young woman who had been a close friend of tbo family wore mnrrlwl Four doyn lator la San Diego Cat Magtil qpd his second wife were arrested on a charge ot murdering tho first Mrs Maglll Thor woro bniunht back to Clinton and aeournd a change of venue to this ally In tho trial tho state claimed that Magill anti Miss Urn ham oy their conduct had driven Mrs Magill to Riilctdo and wore therefore guilty ot murder WANTS LIBELERS HANGED Dr Andrews Denounces Distortion of Acts of Public Me- nVashingtonProldnt B Dsnja mln Andrews of tho University of Nebraska In addressing tbo fall con vocation ot Goorgo Washington uni vanity hero Wednesday bitterly de nounced what ho termed malicious and willful misrepresentation ot the wca of public or prominent met by the press Hanging ho said should bs the punishment meted out to a proved libeler None of tho busi ness villainies alleged to be so rife ho continued can compare In atroci ty with these squalid campaigns of libel and libelous caricature which re cent months have produced Given Life Sentence for Murder notion Walter Stock was eon tenced to lira Imprisonment by Judgo Drown In tho superior court Friday for tho murder of his sweetheart Mary Agnes Dates at tho street railway waiting room at Roxburg Crossing on April 30 latt Stock was Indicted for murder In tho fifth degree but tho court ucccpted his plea of guilty of murder In the second degree Minnesota Mayor Missing Falrmount MlnnW W Ward mayor of thIs city Is miming Four or five weeks ago ho wont to St Paul and three weeks ago left that city saying he was going to return to Fair mount Since then nothing has been heard ot trim His wife went to St Paul Chicago and Pcorlu his former home to search for Iflm but found no trace of him John Antrobus Artist Dies Detroit Mich John Autrobua an artist who was widely known thronh out this country and tho father ot Miss Suzanno Antrobus tho novelist died Friday ut his homo InthU city lIe lived la Chicago and Washington before conning bore Northern Pacific Has New Manager St Paul Minn President Howard Elliott ot the Northern Pacific rail way Friday announced tho reslgna flea of Harry J Horn as general man ager of tho road and tho appoint mont ot Goorgo T Slado sunlnlaw of J J lUll to succeed him President Kills a Bear Stamboul Lit President Roosevelt killed a beat late Thursday It was a female of tbo black variety and beyond the average size and the presi dent vJthe thicket arter sri WIN THE LAHM CUP Chandler and McCoy Travel 500 Miles In Balloon 8t Louis Swinging through the at mosphere at a spied roughly esti mated at 22 mllus an hour the United States signal corps balloon No 10 In which Aeronauts J C McCoy and Capt Charles DeF Chandler of the United States signal corps ascended hero Thursday evening passed over Illinois and Indiana Thursday night and acrosij Ohio Friday and at night fall WitS apparently about to land In the vicinity of Point Pleasant W Va whon last beard from The distance covered on a straight line measurements Is approximately COO rolled and the voyage won for the aeronauts the lahm cup The lahm cup was instituted by the Aero Club of America soon after the International races at Paris In 190G at which LleuL Frank P Lahm won the James Cordon Jonnett cup for tbe Aoro Club of America So joyful were tho members ot tho club at tho vic tory that the cup was named tor the pilot of the balloon United States and it was put up by the club to bo won by tho noronaut who traveled more than 402 miles the distance traveled by the United States in the Paris racos pro vided tho start was made from Ameri can soil Lieut Lahm has never hold tho cup and this was the first Umu It was over wonIWhen the ascension was made here Thursday evening It was the Intention of tho aeronauts to remain In the air all night as a test of the gas to be used by tho balloons In the Intorna tlonal aeronautic contests which begin here noxt week However consider- Ing tbo likelihood that they might be wentIProvisions In tin cans solfhcutlng by n limeslacking device wore stored In tho basket and a number of differ ont Instruments for testing purposes were carried SHOOTS HIS FELLOW STUDENT Eureka Theological Seminary Boy Tries to Kill Another Peoria IllLewis M Wilson a student ut the Eureka College Theological Seminary at Eureka 111 Fri day afternoon shot and seriously wounded John Walsh a tclassmatc during tho assembling ot the class fur a recitation Wilson fired a revolver point blank at his victim and the bullet lodged la Walshs neck near tho jugular vein Thursday afternoon Wilson chal longed Walsh to a tight which was rejected and Wilson purchased a revolver and practiced target shooting on the college campus just prior to the convening of tho class Walshs home Is at Sydney Australia and Wit son comes from a small town In Mis sour Nineteen Perish In English Wreck Shrewsbury England Tho latest report from tho scene of Tuesdays railway wreck near here sayn that 19 wero killed whllo 39 otherspersons There Is still no explanation of the accident It Is sug gitctod tho cause may bo failure of the vacuum brakes to respond It teems certain that somebody blun dorod for tho engine was going 1111 tremendous rate of steed when tho train loft the tracks Fatal Fire Ina Sawmill nay City Mich Tho sawmill ot the Kern Manufacturing company was lostroyod hytire Friday afternoon and William U Laphama lumber In spector was burned to death Th loss will teach 175000 Insurance 420 060 Steamer Wrecked 20 Drown London Tho Danish steamer Al fred Erlandscn has been wrecked on tho rooks off Castle Point near Su Abbs head Scotland Sho went I ashore during a gale Friday night and 20 of her crew wero drowned Three Chinamen Killed In Riot Philadelphia A fight between two Chinese In Chinatown Friday after noon developed into a riot the rival Fong societies taking aides Pistols knives were freely n ed and throe of Us tarticlpaau kenskllled Kentucky Gleanings fMost Important News Onlhcred from All Parts of the State 1 DEATH PENALTY Imposed Upon Robert Hocker the Negro Who Killed D N Veal Lexington Ky nobcrt Mocker thoII nero who shot and killed D N a farmer by whom lie had been emi ployed was found guilty of murder la tho first degree and his punishment was fixed at death by hanging Judge Parker ordered tho prisoner returned to the county jail and will fix the date of the execution when judgment J4 irasaed upon Hooker Mocker and Veal lad a mlsundor standing over 3 money due tho latter Veal asked Hocker for the money coy oral times and on May 9 when Hocker was seated dn a spring wagon Veal again asked him for it and tho negro reached bock Into the bed of tho wag on plckod up o gun and killed Veal Hooker fled tho country and after n Xms search was located and arrested in Cincinnati At his first trial the jury failed to nerco Attorney Mitchell advised the court that he will file a motion for a now trial CUT OFF THE HAND Of the Trapped Engineer to Free Him Two Wreck Victims Dead Stamford Ky Loulsvlllo Nash vlllo freight train No 57 was wrecked at Costar Creek when a flange of an engine wheel broke The locomotive turned turtle William Botilen engl veer watt caught by a hand on the throttle nod tho member had to bo amputated before ho could bo released lie died noon afterward n A Nelson brakeman who was riding In tho engine was so badly scalded that ho died an hour after the accident Fireman Braden was serl ously injured Tragic was delayed 18 hours Killed His Brother BurkesYlJle KyIn the Mctcalf clr cult court at Edmonton George purse Icy wits convicted of the murder ot his brother Jack Pursley and given 15 years In tho penitentiary The troti ble between tho brothers was tho to suit of Jealousy George Pursley claIm Ing that his brother Jack was intimate with his wife who It Is alleged bad deserted her husband and was making her home at the house ot Jack Pursley State Must Sue Frankfort KyIn the case of the commonwealth vs Jn Hlckmon from Owonsboro the court of appeals de- cIded that whore a eult Is filed to recover back taxes on stock In a corporation owned by an Individual tho state must bo able to show that It has first proceeded against tho corporation to collect taxes on tho stock and that no taxes have boon paid on the stock by the corporationLiquor Men Barred Louisville KyTho drastic rosolu tlon Introduced Into the Kentucky Grand Lodge of Masons by Past Grand Master James E Wllhelm of Paducah barring persons engaged In the liquor business from membership In MasonIc lodges was passed byan overwhelmIng vote In the session and will be embedded In the censUtntloa of the grand lodge Transferred to Federal Court CovIngton KyTho damage sultfor 35000 filet by tho administrator of the estate of Scott GIllespIe against the C N O T P was transferred from the circuit court of Puloskl Ky to the federal court Gillespio was M engineer who was Wiled when he Jumpod from his casino which had left Use rails Oppose Joint Debate Louisville KyAt n meeting of the ilemocraUc city campaJsn oomrnlttc the challenge ot tho republican cam palgn committee for a Joint debate between W M Bullltt and Congressman Shirley was declined It was not believed by tts iworrats that any good could come from such a debate Wall of Jim Herndon Louisville ICy = What would have happened had I killed tho right man was tho wall of Jim Herndon In the criminal court when he was sentenced to 14 years In the penitentiary for mutt der Hemdoa was sfhootlng at henry Price and Jna Johnson got tn the wax Negro Had HaHimself Hopklnjvllle Ky Failing In his per slstoiit efforts to become converted like other youngsters ot n revival meeting Phil Morse colored 16 committed sui cide by hanging hlmeeU from a beam In the stable Ills neck wan broken Impales Self on Meat Hook Newport KyLuke Kidney 3 son of Goo Kldnoy Bellevue Ky fell from a wagon in which ho was playing and Theeboy had n narrow woape an Ute hook nearly pierced the femoral artery Aged Physician Dead Padncah KyDr Stokely Payne 91 who had practiced In four states and outlived titles wives is dead Ho was born In Virginia and settled In Padu rah roan years before the war He i hail practiced in Virginia Indiana I Tennessee and Kentucky Veteran of Civil War Dead London Ky James C Brown a highly respected union veteran died at hrs home In London of n ccrapll catfcn of ijlpoasas He was fb vasis Ueh boaa a erlpPte for Years al3was UBeAleki Itr LEAPED THROUGH A WINDOW When the Elder Sister Flaying Ghost Appeared Dying Instantly Ashland KyFrlghtenod by berets ter who was wrapped In a sheet and playing ghost Clara Osgood leaped from a secondstory window nt hor homo near noodylllo and was Instantly killed tier neck being broken by tho fallTho girls had had an argument over ghosts mud Clara stoutly maintained that no apparition could sears her and offered to bet her sister a new silk petticoat to that effect Waiting until Clara apparently had forgotten about tho Incident tho elder sister wrapped a sheet about her and entered Claras sleeping room talc ut toting weird moans Clara suddenly awoke and rushing to the window la hor fright leaped headlong through to the ground below The sister Annie Osgood is prostrat ed with grief and Is being watchodfor fear sho will take her life YOUNG COUPLE Eloped to Louisville Between Dawn and Midnight on Stolen M ties Louisville Ky Wth tM 1U je t of Homer OBrien charged with horso tbtoalln was revealed a stunt that would make young Ix ohlnvar blualv with shame- OBrien admitted to the offlcors that he had stolen a pair of mules from a farmer at WUaonville and eloped 4f 1 Louisville with thn daughter of anoth er farmer Ho said ho used onz of the mules and tho young woman tho otter and that the 30mllo ride was accom pUshed between midnight and day light Owing to the prominence of the i young woman tho police refused to r t veal her Identity and she was returned to her homo Quarryman Blown to Pieces Ashland Ky Charlos Dixon way blov n to shreds while blasting In aatone quarry three miles back of Rock wood near this city Dixon had gong alone to tho quarry whore ho was getting out Mono for the foundation of anew house and no one wUnces xl tha accident When ho failed to come to dinner a member of tho family went to call him and found tho remains ot a human body scattered about the quur ry Woodmens Gala Day Paducah Ky Hundreds of Woodmen ot tho World front adjoining states arrived bore to meet Sovereign Commander J C Root of Omaha Sor oreign Banker Shepard of Texas unit Sovereign Manager Patterson of Ten ncssoe Log rolling barbecues public speaking and races wore features of the day Paper Hangers Luck Paducah KyA J Illgby a hardworking paper hanger who has playod In bard luck was notified that ho hat been loft J15000 worth of New York recd estate Ho has forwarded papers necessary for Identification Ills uncle William Little lUgby who recentl died loft property to him it is said Scattered For Blocks Frankfort Ky Death In a horrfb+s manner cantO to Sidney Wllltamsosk when he attempted to board a C fiT 0train He was drawn underpthei wheels Pieces of his body were pick ed up for a distance of four blocks Ills father and two brothers In the last fevr years met violent deaths here At Winchester Next Midway KyThe synod of tits Southern Presbyterian church yrhlclfV has boon In session hero adjourned Action upon location of a Presbytertafet womans college to be established 1st Kentucky was deferred until nmt year Winchester was selected 03 the meetI- ng place Jn 1903 End of Poolrooms Covlngton Ky Mayor Be eh seat his approval ot the antipoolroom end nance to the board of Aldermen and It Is now a law Heavy penalties ans provided 4n It for any persons tr cor porations owning operating or assist Ing In the operative of a poolroom la this city Woman Is Burned to Death Mayfleld KyMrs Mhmlo Bioowv 20 wife ot Claudo Droons a youngt farmer vrost of town was In the rear yard washing when her clothing caught fire Her body was burned from head to foot Tho husband la al most crazed Babe Found on Doorstep Paducah KyTho police are took ing for a man who telephoned Mrs R W Charles to go to hex front door and get a dead man She found on her doorstop an Infant girl only a few hour old It died soon afterward Short on Assets Lexington KyJudgo Matt WIne of counsel for the receiver In the Boles Grogan Lumber Co filed before Uef ereo In Bankruptcy Worthington a schedule of tho liabilities and areela of thn firm Liabilities are J221150CU assets 12440323 Freight Depot BurnstGeorgetown KyTho Queen rib Crescent railroad freight depot hwo burned to the ground The tohsl lasw ta10flpO Th depot was full os VerarMql t t L7 oee u East Kentucky Correspondence i I News You Get Nowhere Else s I 0 a 8 ctrrMrtKne Mttlairt UM tip4 ii tilt 1r till wrtUr The uel- e 0 set tn tiMicatlM kit ai u trilsa f x24 faith Writ fUiaty U 0000000000800000000000000RteKGASTLE COUNTY itooNi Oct 21News has reached hero of the death in Hamilton O of Larkin Mulllns The body will be taken to Mullin Station for burial Mr Mulllr recently went to Hamilton in search of a location He leaves a wife and sunIdayBottom Dr and Mrs Robinson of Berea visited relatives here ono day last weekMr and Mrs T S Wren visited relatives near Wallaceton Sat urday and SundaySabbath School ot this place is progressing nicely Mrs Daisy Lambert has a camera and Is making pictures Mr and Mrs W Durham of Alcorn are visiting SI tives near this placeD T was in Jackson Saturday Miss Huff returned home Saturday after an extended visit to her slsterMrs DaI vld Grant near Patentown the little son of Mr and Mrs T SI Wren has been quite sick but is mud betterCal Chasteen of Wllllamsburj is visiting his parents here- iiocKFomr Oct 21Qulte a large crowd atten a farm from Dr Banks and is soon lo Sunday night Glide Lutes who has been visiting relatives of this place returned to his homo in Jessamine County Monday His uncle R O Lutes accompanied hlmA L Martin visited his sister Mrs T M Ogg I of Berea Saturday nightS C Witt died at his home Friday October 4 his remains being burled at the family graveyardMrs Sarah A Phipps of Knox County is visiting Mrs Em mett Joyne Mr and Mrs T M Ogg visited Mr and Mrs Todd Sunday e Misses Virgie Martin and Reecle Todd and Mr Robert T Abney visited Mrs Tom Ogg Sunday Robt McCollom who f has been in Villa Grove Ills for some time came home MondayT- C Viars and daughter Miss Beulah visited at Berea Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Todd visited t Mr and Mrs 1L E Dullen Sunday Mrs Annie Llnvllto visited her par ents sUnday GARRARD COUNTY WALLACETON Oct 20 Walker Blanton and his mother of Asbury were the guests of O 1 Gabbard and his wife recently The Rev Mr Smith filled his regular appointment at Wallaceton Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday Edgar Brockman and his wife of Dig Hill have been the guests of G E Brockman James A Baker who has been visiting his children in Mlssourrl has returned and reports a pleasant time Miss Jennie Jackson of Berea is visiting her uncle John Wylle this week OWSLEY COUNTY VINCE TIOct 19Sam Moore of Lee County was the guest of Patrick Malpe Sat urday and Sunday Andy Venablo and irtfe are visiting his fatherinlaw 3jB Scott of Buck Creek this week B R lIutc croft of Lexington was theJVenable was in Boouevllle Thursday on business Burgoyne Dotner has moved to his new residence near the t store which adds much to the looks of our little hamlet David Deeds has just returned from a trip to Laurel County where he has been visiting friends and relatives for some tenI daysS P Caudell and W H VenI able were In Booneville 6aturdBoYI Sylvester leaach who has btjen con fined to the house for some time is able to be out again The race Ifort sheriff In Owsloy promises to be a very hot one as there are three Republi cans and one Democrat In the field Tho school at Need More Is prosper ing finely under the management of A J Crush TKAVTLLKUS REST Oot 19Jack Frost has visited the people of this place and set them to digging their potatoesRab Bot ner has just returned from Hamilton Ohio where he has been employed InI the paper mills Mrs Patsy A CeI cil is now visiting her relatives and friends at Bcattyvllle Albert Bran denburg wes at Travelers Rest Thurs day shaking hands with the boys and eliciting their support of his candidacy for sheriff Walter New man who has been sick for some time is no better at this writingS P Caudell is planning to enter the Normal Department at Berea this win terMany homes are made happy at Travellers Rest each week by the welcome visit of The Citizen LEE COUNTY 1SANFOHD Oct 2LMrsEd White and her lit tle daughter Nell of Clay City are vis iting Mrs Sam YurigMrsAd nis of C1ayCltylsvJslringIietdatigtltp- Mrs Harry ShattuckMrs Wythe Chester of Beattyville visited Mrs Ed y c Ina Cecil a few days last weokM and Mrs Harry Brandenburg vlslte 1 relatives in Jackson County Saturda and Sunday Mr and Mrs Wllllar Lunsford took dinner with Mr ands Mrs Thomas Cecil Sunday Uncl Remus Plgg has recently purchase ded tho colored meeting at Bore move to It Harlan Qulllen spent Sat urday and Sunday with home folks near HeldUsberg JACKSON COUNTY- uoltLlsr Oct HWe are having some very pleasant weather hereThe farmers I are very busy digging sweet potatoes and making sorghumThe funeral of old Mr and Mrs Cornelius Roberts was preached at the Indian Creek church house Sunday by the Rev W JH Anderson of Gray Hawk the Rev Hacker of Moores Creek Able Gabbard and Riley Baker of Parrot Grover Gabbard of near Parrot visited friends at Hurley Saturday and Sun IdayGreen Lake of near Evergreen attended church at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs Jake Gabbard Jr will visit Mrs Gabbards sister Mrs Lllllo J Cale of Pittsburg this weekGeo McCollum is very poorly with a felon on his finger Mrs Palestine Gab bard who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Jno McCollum of Brazil via iced Mr McCollums parents Mr and Mrs W M McCollum of this place Saturday and Sunday William M Gabbard Jr has gone to Madison County to buy a farm Oct 19The pleasant weather still continues The farmers are done fod dering and making sorghumSever al from this place attended church at Shllo Sunday Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard and Mr and Mrs W M Mc Collum visited Mr and Mrs James Seals of near Pond Creek Saturday and Sunday John F Gabbard of Sand Lick while cutting up corn lost week cut his leg very badly but laJ getting along nicely Mr and Mrs Jake Gabbard Jr returned home Sat urday after a weeks visit to Mrs Gab bards sister Mrs Lillie Cole of Pitts burg Polllo McCollum and Bertha Gabbard attended the toachersossoc latlon at McKee Saturday Jabe Morris and Ned Lake passed thru here Friday on their way home with a nice bunch of hogs they had bought near Welchburg and Annevllle Flora Lake of near Loam is visiting her sister Mrs Dave Gabbard this weekMr and Mrs Isaac Stephen will leave in a few days for Arkansas where they will make their future home Mrs Pa retina Gabbard is very poorly WM Hurley our merchant has just laid in a lino of goods for fall and winter DATHA Oct l5A P Gabbard of Sand Gap is visiting relatives of this place Sam Baldwin is on the sick list Henry McQueen the little son of Rufus McQueen died the 7th inst We extend to the bereaved parents our deepest sympathy Quite a number of the people of this place attended the literary society at High Knob Friday night and report a nice timeThe wife of Isaac Langdon has given birth to a fine glrLP W Welch of High Knob has returned from Knoxville Tetin where he has been buying his fall and winter clothing Mr and Sirs Jestus Beggley of Lynn Creek Mo are the guests of the Rev W H Langdon W S Bowling of Datha was visiting his mother at McWhorter I SundayThe Odd Fellows of McWhor ter will give an entertainment Oct 2G and will have dinner for allMr and Mrs B F Garland were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Baldwin Sun lay fiNER Oct 17The funeral of Mrs Mary J Vaughn was preached last Sunday Her children and friends went to pay the last respect for her Sho was very old when she died and a member of the Baptist church She was a good t Christian and now is at rest but we miss herS D Rice has been plan ping to build a chimney but has given it up and bought him a heating stove People are very busy making molasses We had a wedding here last Thursday Miss Alfia Miller and Mr Harry Hall were married We hope them a happy life and good suc cess David Vaughn and his daughter visited friends and relatives here last weekJames StJohn and his wlfo were the guests of their son and daughter here last weekMrs Mar lon Tlncher who has been on the sick list Is somewhat better and probably will recover Boon Mlsa Lue Bullock has returned home from a long visit to Laurel County Miss Mary Rice has returned home from nor brothers Stephen Rice Oct 21We are having some nice weather nowlIr and Mrs W N Q oo ianaro the pruc1prrents of a ta4listiyLoYsC J1UCQ1lJJ11AJls headed meeting at Maulden Sunday M F Goodman and Maggie Good rccc man visited John Hampton Thursday night John Moore says he is going to hauling staves next weekM1 Lue Bullock who has been visiting friends and relatives in Laurel County has returned home and reported a fine time Charley Hurley of East Bcrnstadt has been visiting friends and relatives at this place and altlo called at M F GoodmansW n Reynolds has got back from the city this week DUETFDS Oct 1S Miss Dora Congo has rO turned from Ohio where sho has becn visiting for some tlmeWe had a slelghtofhand show the pastI two nights which Is reported to be goodM P Walton and wife ent to Derea Wednesday to visit Robot McSwaIn and family Mlna Jones ha not been as well for several weeks 8common William Jones Is gcttln along well with his pike He expect to finish it in a few days Mrs Ncllf Ogg has the sympathy of the commuti Ity She had a fine maro die tIweek cause unknownWe have had time going to meeting hero They have had protracted meeting lit both churches with about forty In all baptized Gordle Ogg is on thi sick list this weekIMIDDLE FOR- KOct2Everythlng r is lively at this place this week with a lot of met from Paris and Richmond fishing aId hunting Miss Dora McWhorter attended the teachers association at Mil Kee Saturday Elijah Angel made t business trip to Livingston Monday Misses Della and Minnie Angel visited at Cap Wilsons SundayMr and Mrs Green Parker gave the boys and glrla a bean shelling Saturday night All reported a good timeMr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard and Mr and Mrs Bill McCollum of Hurley and several others took dinner at Wes Angels Sun dayIsaac Lear had a big corn cutting Saturday Miss Rebecca Wilson1 who has had pneumonia is improving Ollie Angel is very sick at this writ IngMrs Letha Angel is also on the sick list Wo would be glad to hear from tho correspondent at Hurley OnAYIIAVTK Oct 2L Farmers aro having nice weather to finish seeding Mr R Hays is expecting his son John Hays and his daughter from Hamilton- to give him a visit on the 25th of this month We will be pleased to have the visit A fine girl was born on the 6th to the homo of Jas Stldbam and wleJ P Johnson has returned home from Hamilton 0 after six weeks stayJ F Hays tho tie in spector is out on a two weeks brand ing jobA J Vohn is planning to give his parents a visit next Friday 019 Tincher Is in the logging bus iness for the Judd DrosJ M Judd is improving after three weeks illness1 Wm and J H Parrett are employed in tie making by It W Strong of Annvllle William Adkins has about completed his new dwelling house Thomas Turner and Mr Hays are in the coal mining business E N Beg ley has gone Into the picture business Stephen Rice has moved to E Deg leys property Wo are glad to hear from the correspondent at Mildred gain Frank and James Stidham are planning to go into tho tie business shortlyWm Morris and his brothers are logging on War Fork this fall Robert Morris passed through here Saturday on his way home Mrs Mary Parrett attended Sunday School on Dry Ridge yesterday J hn Vlcklrs has moved to the old Jess Adkips farm on McCamon Creek We are proud to have Mr Vlckirs with us HAMILTON OHIO LETTER Oct 18The Butler County Fair was held here last week A fine tad stock was shown also a splendid ollection manufactured and agrlcul ural productsAn annual rally of the First Baptist Church was held last tight and was a most delightful affair Fully three hundred members responded to the roll call Dinner was served at six thirty in the parlors of the churchA J Gabbard Bas been suffering for over three weeSks with a felon on his thumb and Has not been able to workJohn O Parker Buperlntendcent of the C C Cbe sating mills has resigned for some reason and Mr Robinson Pres Thompsons sonInlaw has taken his placePett Anglin who came here from Jackson County about three ears ago has been granted a pension of 6 a monthdated from98 for Services rendered during tho SpanishAm rican warTho Republicans of Ham Iton held a convention Wednesday nIght in the Coliseum and nomlri ted the strongest ticket ever placed before the people of Hamilton Dr Mark Mllllkln heads tho ticket for Mayor It is thought that if the Republicans can be elected the Jld- w1ll be put on in Hamilton which is seeded very badly Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard and their children arrived home last Saturday night from a three weeks visit with home folks in wsley County and Derea bringing with them Mrs Gabbards sister Mss Susie Flanery of Derea who iwlll pond two weeks with them andher rotborE E Flanery at Cincinnati fhoYil C AT hold I KTlef ot aeetlngs last week The pastors of th f 1 t L different churches have agreed that they will help the association in hold ling services in the factories during th theIHigh School building here oa Satui day Oct 26 Among those who w1U participate In the program are th i Rev S B Hlloy pastor of the Fir Baptist Church Prof T L Fceny of Oxford Miss Louise Armstrong t Woodward High School Clnclnuat S T Dial of Lockland A B Powell 1of Mlddletown and A B Graham of Columbus The little village of Fan itanet Ind containing about 1000 Inhabitants was almost destroyed last week by the explosion of the DuPon powder plant it is reported that thlrI tyelght are killed and six hundred Injured The loss to the powder compan in property damaged is estimated at 250000 including 65000 kegs of pow der The property loss to tho town Is estimated to exceed 500000 MRS SPICIE BAXTER In the death of Mrs Splclo Baxter which occured Sept 14 1907 tho little village of Fnrrlstown lost a valuable citizenHaving spent fiftyeight years of her early life on Big Hill she removed to Farrlstown about nine years ago and In the quietude of that place passed her declining years until the end came as given above Slxtyfivo years ago she became a member of the Methodist Church at Concord Ky but eight years ago dur- Ing the pastorate of tho Rev T H Broaddus sbo transferred her mem bershlp to the First Baptist Church at Berea whoro it remained until her deathDuring all these years of church mo membership she did not stray away from the path of rectitude so as to bo brought before the church Altho she was not loud and demonstrative In ho manner of life yet she lived tho ute of a conslstant Christian so that oth ers both old and young might do well to follow her example Tiers was a life of work and helpfulness She was devoted to her husband and often spoke of him in the most tender and loving terms Nothing excelled het devotion to her eight children three of whom still survive The surviving children are Mrs Edna Farris of Far rlstown Alex Baxter of Bobtown and Fielding Baxter of Klrluvllle She leaves a great many grandchildren As a friend she was known and was loved by all The children loved her because of her sympathetic and con soling words to them in times of trou ble and great disappointment Tho older people loved her because of her kindly advice and cheerful disposition No one ever came to her In vain for consolation or friendly advice in time at need In fact she had tho art of making friends of all she met Not only her own children but her neighbors as well may rise up and- call her blessed Mrs Edna Farris MY MOUNTAIN HOME Every people loves its birthplace So no matter where I roam To my heart shall be the dearest Thoughts of my dear mountain home Home Oh word How much It mean eth To the hardy mountain youth low so ever rough It seemeth There Is union love and truth lome with all its joy and gladness When from taro and sorrow free Home when sickness death and sadness Come Is sweetest still to mo lore tho skies are clearest bluest Nature here pours forth her joys lore the mothers love seems truest For the mountain girls and boys Though I wander in the desert Though in distant lands I roam sun one thought shall swell my bosom Most of all my mountain homo Icro the Saxon blood is purest Where our boyish footsteps roam Up among Kentuckys mountains Our Kentucky mountain tome Then my boys think not to leave It In the outside world to roam earn to cherish and to lovo it Friends and kindred mountain- S home Then at last one word of parting Ere I lay aside my pen- Leavo your mountain homo for noth ing Save in death for Heaven Amen J BV Johnson McWhorter Ky Millions In Lne of Shipping There is about 1100000000 Invested In transatlantic passenger boats teaming from Now York bay ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned 41 CONN BROS UncMttrKy REEDS OF SCHOOL Kentucky Far lUlilnil Her Children Not llnvlng Fnlr Chnnro 1litnt for Jletter meet I Do you know tho condition of tho public school in your county Do you know the condition of the school In your own district If it Is not all that Ik should bo what are you willing tot ItI many Kontucklan efforts of our GUI crintendcnU and teachers must be ro enforced by the efforts of tho patron and friends of tho public schools and that all of the people must be closer together in a movement foriI tho improvement of tho schools Why Is this necessary Becaus teachers and superintendents cannot do it alone and because our schoolsI are in a lamentable condition In many cases the houses are not habit able and yet the children npend II theroldallylugs insufficiently heated and elthe unventilated or full of drafts and with the light from unshaded windows blinding their eyes and with the seat so unadapted to them that the little children are suspended in midair the larger ones are cramped for nudI In many cases the sanitary tlons need attention There are no outhouses or they aro placed too near the main building or they are set constructed as to mako cleaning impossible They frequently adequate provision for tho separationI ot tho sexes and children who art carefully shielded at homo from demoralizing conditions are at the schoo subjected to obscene influences I In many schools tho simplest edu rational appliances are lacking suet as blackboard that are really black maps and charts Tho stoves need polishing the windows need mending and cleaning Walks are needed from the schoolhouse door to the road and to tho out houses 10 constructed that they will not in wet weather become pools ol water or beds of mud Water buck ets are needed and basins and towels and hooks for the hanging ol hats and coats and shelves for the lunch baskets In fact iu coma places almost everything Is needed if I we would have the children spend the school hours In the midst of decent surroundings and in almost everyplace something Is needed Those are not matters which we can afford to neglect any longer The effect of these untidy unhealthy fre quently vulgar conditions upon the children cannot be uplifting can nevu be educative In consequence wo are raising up a generation whloh will not have a fair chance a generation which cannot compote with its fellows who havo come up under better conditions Wo are by our neglect robbing the children of their birthright They have a right to expect a fair start In life and wo aro not giving Ito them Kentucklans no longer occupy the promlnput place in our national life that they did one and two eonoratloiik ago Our children are not being trained as they aro in other states I Do you know that the Commissioner at Educations Report places Kentucky fortyBccond among the states in the Icfcondlug scale of illiteracy of tho white population and that fifty per ont of her children of school age are not IntschooU Of thoso that are we aavo seen tho opportunities are very meagreAnd now what U to bo dono about It It Is certainly time for us to 10 interesting ourselves In our public schools for they are the training placet of our futuro citizens It is not pos ilblo for one man acting alone to do what needs to be done in each district jnt it is possible if the men and women of the district and the teacher and children of tho school all unlto In an organization win tho definite purpose to mako their school what it should beIt Is possible for such an irganlzation to metamorphose It Recognizing our need and desiring to enlist our unused forces in the in erest of the schools it was decided omit months ago to Inaugurate a movement for tho organization of School Im movement Leagues such as havo given such an Impetus to the cause of cd icatlon in almost every southern state except Kentucky The plan is to organize Local Leagues arouqd every school in a county and to endeavor to engage evory person in a district in some service for his school to organize n County League to which the LJbcal Leagues shall report at stated times and to end reports and representatives from tho County Leagues to the State Committee The matter was first taken up by the Education Committee of the Wo mens Federated Clubs of tho state and the organization of twentyono nnorThe Kentucky Educational Assocl tin at Its last meeting appointed L C with the Ed- t1etrCeseleltteeoft Pe4srMed hubs and also gave reports from 1 HU the Lvftffutfl a definite placo on the 11 annual program- Encouragement v J and promises of coJoperation have come from various ganizations notably from conventions I of religious bodies and from tho Daughters of tho Confederacy and tho Daughters of the Revolution I If information la desired as to meth ods of organization or as to plans for I work It can be obtained from Mm ItN Roark Richmond Ky WITH THE CANDIDATES Continued from Hlrnl rake that If you rent a courtroom to mako a speech in that you would have to burn asafoetlila nnd carbolic acid to kill the smell Would ho attack any other nationality making up our great citizenship If he did they would vote against him and teach their children to vote toIbo alone can bo attacked by his tales without fear of tho injury eneIresentedWill wo support such a man as nomlnatoIuch 1 I respecting Negro voter part with his registration certificate and thus do privo himself of the right to vote against such a man Let mnnI IiIJactsquare deal on any question affecting 10comoIto puts himself In tho same class with the Vardamans and Dixon whoso monstrous and unAmerican ontlments are repudiated by tho but lenient of tho Democratic PArtyIJn tho South The man who will not deal squarely by the blacks cannot be trusted to deal squarely by the whites Tho deal between tho Republican mAchine In Now York and the Hearst eoplo has been condemned generally by all good Republicans and there Teems no doubt that deserved defeat will fall on tho men who oatuod it hcsa same men wore attacking leant with all their might last rear and accusing him with truth ofImost every political crime and It is lard to believe that they can to far I lave lost their sense of right as to bo rilling to join with him for anything Judgo Stout refused to grunt tho InIunction prayed by W C Kvenwlo rho asked a mandamus to compel tho lecretary of State to put his name on the official ballot as the Republican candidate for Commonwealths Attor De7 of the Thirtythird judicial die 1 ilct The act creating tho district JI I WI5 held to bo constitutional Gov Charles E Hughes of Now York In an address before tho Roimb thoitoof any delegates to any convention 1 The Republican National Committee will meet In Washington December Go and 7 to decide on the placo and timer holding tho next Republican Na lonal Convention- It is said that Coy Folk has abandoned presidential ambitions and wilt oppose Gov Stone for the scnatorshlp Special train of Vlco Irosldont nlrlmnkfl Od 24th Iv IwUritle Iwoa I M Oct ijlh Ar UkMlntoro 89 A M M lr yja A 1 Ar MncriUc lino A M- ltr 1iIt A U oo Ar natbourrtlle 1119 A lf tY too P M- MOoo Ar Coibln r II t JT mo P M At tondon 1149 P U lv fiat M 9PaAr tlvingiton also p u oO IY H 411 P M ArIleren eller M Lv 61a T M i Ar Richmond Ew P IAy Iv jlUOP 35 Ar Winch rtttr- Mh 7110 P Mr ti Oct J Winchester 1tyo A M oo Ar IurU albO A M II Xr 9100 A M II Ar Lexington gas A U- lo JvII 135 A M II Ar Mldeey 1IocI1I 3L Jv 11150 A M II Ar Frankfort taws Noon IIY rue P M It Ar Shelbjrville rio P M II IT 400 P MaIIr Itmlivllle 5500 P M nest legacy to L sve A man cann9t leave H bitter legacy to the world than a wellvducated fa- UrThomas Scott HYDEN CITIZENS BANKA Transacts a general banking IttWe Invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account wits us whether large er small J6 J4 Jl J4 Js c tCYi Wt=i KY ik