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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I f M- oiofoeteeeNeeeeieea S BEREA PUBLISHIH8 Cia0 IINCOItVORATNDI a- g STANLEY FROST MUlar a- dldettd1 ioeooeoioeoeoeooeoeoioeoio o at 1M adanVol IX Five cents a copy BEREA COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 81 1007 One Dollar a year No2 f NEWS OF THE WEEK Financial Crisis Seems to be Over Indians Threaten to Go on Warpath I Earthquake Kills Hundreds Tho most notable event of the week has been tho clearing away of tho fin IAnelal storm which was hovering over the country when The Citizen went to 1presl last week Tho trouble turned t out as was supposed to bo due to gambling by men who ought never to have been allowed to get control of banks There was a serious danger for some time that the shortage of money caused by the demand of every body for cash would lead to n suspen slop of Important business but the danger was averted Several things helped In this Tho U S Treasury sent to Now York and other financial centers great same of money taken tram the vaults in Washington and as this came Into use the need was j relieved J P Morgan and a number I of other business men got together and raised 136000000 cash which they loaned to men who were in need and tho banks used notes Instead of cash r iscttllng balances between theme veer All this helped to atop the panic mnnyIa cause so many of IU firms wore in volved Tho great Westinghouse Hloo trio Company had to ask for a re ceiver because It ran short of money The Southern Steel Company also went into tho hands of a receiver and about a doen small kiln In Now York and many thruout the country failed The danger stem te be over for the time being however and there Is every reaMH to believe that ther rraHritv of the UHtry will sot be Int rrul ted for a while yet Prudent R XXHHt celebrated Ida ftry ninth WiMidaj mast Sunday a mNthu or the Canadian CaMl IMU wu formally d Tlil td that tile f1 h Ti e CUM brttiHn Canada ad tI- t iitfil stHtoc to fgard to the Mkajdv Vi itnn l 6 ii 1M ubralttad tot lluue C i uh bun Io tun of the Ute r I nn Jiavb tiif dleeallnetl With IfIVthey al Inline tnalei by the 4 inni Mt sd rc ready to go ON fIr path It H yNrtNd that Joule i rf them have already broken Ottt of the rcMrvKtlort where they are kept Tin government has entered soldiers to Ute s eae to prevent any trouble There was abed earthquake In Southern Italy lout Thursday by which a village was destroyed and several hundred persona were thought to have been killed The King of Italy and the Pope of Ue Roman Catholic Church did everything they ooukl and help was sent from nearby oitlw The first conviction of an important man for any of the crimes discovered during the insurance InvMtigntton in Now York two years ago took plaoa Thursday Walter R GlllcUe a man otabout seventy and vleeprosldont of the Matual Life Insurance Company was found guilty of perjury and sent to prison for six months Ho will ap peal the ease JV big raceby balloons which start ed from St Louie Monday of mat week L was ended on Wednesday Tho race was won by a German balloon which made tho longest voyage over recorded fjLfftialloon and landed near tho edge blXo Atlantic Ocean tho balloonist not daring to go any further for fear of being drowned Tho Rivers and Harbors Congress will meet In Washington Dec C to take stops to persuade Congress to vote more money to bo used in clear ing rlvora so that they can bo used by 1boats carryinBfrolght- Tho Emperor of Austria becnmo so much bettor during tho week that his doctors announced ho was out of dane gerPros Roosovelt announced Saturday that ho will use his influence for sep arate statehood for Arizona and Now Mexico fTho Census Bureau has made public tho result of tho reports of its special agents on tho quantity of cotton of this years crop which has been ginned up- I to the 18th Inst showing 4089338 bales as compared with 1931621 bales ginned to tho same time last year Tire National Civic Federation a body of men which is trying to find ways of settling disputes between lab oring men and their employers with out strikes and such troubles began a eejjveatlon In Chicago IDES I DENTS OFFICEt70 I r aiEIEA K Y CHE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People MADISON I WITH THE CANDIDATES Bryan Called Dick to Help Save State for Democrats Mora Signs of Desertion of Old Timers One of the worst blows of tho campaign to tho mon who are trying to do fond the Democratic ring came on Sun day when General Buckner tho vet eran Confederate commander who Bur rendered Ft Donelson after a heroic defense made public a letter which gave a tow of tho reasons why ho would voto against a machine which has strangled the Democratic party and whose constant violations of law have disgraced tho name of our fair commonwealth A part of this remarkable totter Is printed In another column Tho Cltinn Is sorry that it cannot lay the whole of it before its readers but it is too long The other Important political event of the week has been the tour of Vlco President Fairbanks Ho made a two days trip and spoke to some fifty thou sand people The tour was not design ed to gather votea in any quantities tho it did much of this but was chief ly to let Kentucky got acquainted with an Important man Ills speeches every where were strong In favor of good government tho purity of tho ballot and the election to office of men who are good of whatever party Judgo linger continued his uphill trip tryfag to persuade the people that the ring baa been a blowing Ho showed signs of discouragement and there wore rumors that ho would suP- port Tyler In Ixmlsvllo in hope of getting some of the liquor vote in that city 1latM were made to brine Bryan bask to the state for another tow awl he will tome for a day only but will not reaou this part of the elatesThe Democrats are so worried about their strongholda that they will keep him there More evidence contlmtea to appear y refttatrattoft frauds at Lmtaftoa It WM shown that a aevvnUen yew old boy had been paid it for ranisler lug falsely sad then were many elm liar oasec brought out Tkte awl other thins stowed that the ring to at IU old plan of attempting to take by fraud sad rte what it eannbt win bj rightMeanwhile the grand jury at Lox lugton has roporttd that it oould brat no indlstmenta against persons charged with buying of aieotlon certlrl atebecause tho law provides no penalty Tho Democratic ring rondo the law and tho Democratic ring Is tho thing that will benefit by tho crimes Augustus B Willson tho fine He publican candidate tor Governor and oxgov Bradley who ban been tho wheel horse of tho campaign are fin ishing in fine form and with high spirits Tho only dangor seems to be that tho Republicans will bcafthem selves by not going to tho polls Intense interest Is shown in Clove land In tho race for Mayor between Tom It Johnson and Theodore E Bur ton The registration surpassed all ex pectations and was a surprise to the managers of both parties Doth candidates have issued statements claim Ing victory by comfortable majorities Chairman Ernst of the Kentucky Republican State Central Committee was in Washington to confer with tho President about tho appointment of a Collector of Internal Revenue for thi Sixth district NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES t IAOK TWO SerlalTlu Cattle of Lie t Tvmpcrntice Jfutot PACK THKBE New of llrrrn Qollrge limit Fnlrbnnk Speak Here Need nf SvliooU1ACIK FOUR Comment Chock Divorce vll Vouth of Land Need Saving Tim Actual and olble Man haute or Ill Crimea Tim Youth Department 1AOK FIVE Farm and Harden Hlntc nnd Helps Tl o Sunday School Lon PAGK SIX The FnrmIoultry Ticking The School by Prof J TV Ulnimore PAGE SEWN Cleneral New Recent State New ran EIGHT tirButera KiaUeky ComipondvnW n Politicalr tluu RrrTre d 10r h WHAT YOUR VOTE SHOULD DO One of the most important political campaigns in the history of any state is now Kentucky Next Tuesday the voters will by their votes decide questions whichwill make a great difference with the future of the state and the welfare of every person in it Before that important day comes is Well for every man to think for a moment of the principles which should decide his voteA is a trust given iy the whole country to each man in it The country is not a thin apart from us giventofounded this nation believed that ho one man was wise enough to rule it but that if they could get the combin ed wisdom of the men of the nation they would have a safe rule to ovem by So they planned the system we have by winchcertain men were chosen to carry out the ideas of the men of the nation on what is best for the country They expected every man to know that what is bestfor henation will jn the long run behestorhim and so to vote according to what he believes will be best for the country and not to try by the ballot withwhich he is entrusted to gain some little temporary benefit for himselfor his friends This is the main rule that should guide a votethat- it should be cast for what the voter thinks will be best for the whole country and not for himself alone With this in easilyInbesold The trust ofone person is sacreda man would not sellout a friend who had liven him a trust how much less should he sellout the interests of all the country men women and little children I And to sellout does not mean only to exchange the vote for money One should not vote for a man because he expects him to dive a jobor do some other favorit would be selling vote just as moneyInshould not let hisfeelings control his wit If he knows that a man whom he does not like will be the best man for an office he shouldvote for that mans even thorns best friend were running against him He has no right to sell the good of the whole com munity to his fondness for his friend In manyother ways a mjin may have a liking or a disliking for one of forIIIThe things we need most to remember however is that a max should NtH vote witha party because he has Jormfrly belonged to that Parties are to help men in getting together on principles on which they agree to in choosing men In whom many men trust and It man shouldnot belong to it Ats year unless he be lieves in the men it has nominated snd the principles it stands for this year The fact that for thirty years a man has believed in a certain party does not prove that it is the party for Aim this JflIIteshould know what the parly wants to do very time he casts A vole supporting it It is difficult to decide a vote to those principles A man wants to vote for his friends he wants to stand with the men he has stood with before and be in the part he has been in before he wants to vote for the thing which he thinks will help him most at the minute But he would not do these things in Iris ri vale business If a friend had given him the care ofhis property or goods or family a man would not let them gainWhenshould you be less careful and honorable THE CASE AGAINST THE RING When a man has decided to vote for the good of the whole country he will study carefully the questions which are to be voted on In this campaign these ques tions are clear There are not the usual issues The candidates do not have honest differences as to the wis dom of proposed lawsthe question is whether the ring which controls the Democratic party shall be kept in powerPublic officers and the party which has put them in power must be judged by the public acts of those officers If those acts have been good the men and the partyshould be kept in power because it is better to have the work of the state done by men who have learn ed to do it rightly If those acts have been bad the men and the party should be turned out and no friend ship for the men or love of a party which may once anyhonestcommunityThe the men who are in control of the Democratic party been good and have the men themselves shown that they are fit to govern us Let us look at a few of their acts PowerTheyvote rat unit they hove nctunlly niUrounlnl vote ru lm been proved In thecourt of the state They have to pnilileil the voting 11ty by milling to them thename ur nil kind or furniture fruit tree etc and have counted vote of denim mennml of nnlimil TIe thing luivc ben proveil thIntrightThey would theycouldreluruTlehave been money which ha been received froth the United Statesgovernment hnben spent and there hs been nnlhlngofequal value to how naorthoncharge nre nut made by the Republicans alonethcy were art made by Democrat honltlhnrtltokeepupwheretheynreft TtlaUbn w been conducted fairly In certain race Jo1al Judge fiend dt1CeDl n c4 oa race slxIuauQ 1 c I t t c O GENIBUCKNER BOLTS Confederate Veteran Tells Reasons For Fighting the Ring to Hot Letter J The performances of the Democratic provedtooConfederate commander and loyal Dem replytolars he makes an attack on the machine as strong as any Republican could make The Citizen is sorry it has not room to publish the entire letter but it gives a few of the strongest state ments Gen Buckner Bays There is no question of national policy involved It is purely a contest within the state between two classes of Its citizens the one composed of citizens who have been associated In political belief with different political parties but contending now for the preservation of our republican institu tions the other chiefly of citizens who heretotore affiliated with the Dem ocratic party but have now its principles and are nbaDdOnedl tices which threaten tho tence of our republic The Democratic party In Kentucky maintained for nearly a century the rights of the people It proclaimed equal rights to all exclusive privileges to none a ballot free from Intimidation or fraud a judic iary free from partisan bias a rigid enforcement of the laws the strictest integrity in officials and the practice of public virtue in all classes of the community na the only true basis of patriotism in our republic But some ambitious men in the party seeking to promote their personal ends have succeeded in remodeling this creed They met In Frankfort and proceeded to enact an election law so partial in Its action that It robbed the peoplo of all right to fair suffrage This act of Injustice watt followed as a natural sequence by tho frauds of tho Music hull convention whore the voleo of a largo majority was stifled by Intlmlda tlon and every form of iniquity There the Democratic party was overthrown and a consclenooleeB ma chine warring upon every principle of Democracy was reared upon its ruinsTho It was exultantly proclaimed by an enthusiastic Democratic orator that after the passage of the now doe tion law It any stealing was to be done It would not be done by the Re publican party such was the Indignation of tho people that they overcame 111 tho fraudulent votes which had been recorded against them and do tooted tho candidates of this marline by a decided majority and tho Democratic election commission whose ma jority were men of honor nnd Integrity warded the certificates to the men ihosen by the peoplo and they were iuly Installed Into office But tho machine was not thus to be thwarted in Its fraudulent purpose A ontest was instituted Tho returning board was reorganized and these ilavca of tho ring recorded the will of their masters by unseating the officers chosen by the people and installing a usurping minority In their places With equal subservience the legislative body which first organized the machine reg istered the will of Its creature by dis franchising without cause more than onefourth of the voters of the state It order to defeat tho will of tho people Continued on rage Right Real EstateHOUSES and LANDS BOUGHT and SOLD Fair Prices + BESt trIYR a 5 oAotaooSoooeioseseaooiThe g Idly Let Yeur Business o S Keep Pace With It By Advar 2 AeTHINGS TO THINK OF I would rather bo beaten In the right than succeed in tho wrong Garflold I I I 1 11 I I I II I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I r I I REPUBLICAN TICKETjFor Governor t AUGUSTUS B WILLSON of Jefferson County Per Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of Mason Count For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Christian Couaty For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Mercer County For TreasurerEDWARD of PARLEYrFor Secretary of State BEN L BRUNER of Brecklnrldge County For Supt of Public Instruction J S CRABE of Boyd County For Comr of Agriculture r N 0 RANKIN of Henry CountyI For Clerk Court of Appeals a NAPiER ADAMS of Pulaski County For districtAof Whitley County 1 I I 1 1 I I I 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I I f I I 1 He who receives a kindness Should never forget It Ho who does a good turn Should never remember It More than CO years ago Henry Ward Botohor the great pulpit orator gave volco to tho following farmers creediwhich contains much sound dom and Is as follows Wo believe in small farms and thorough cultivation We believe that tho soil loves to eat as well as its owner and ought there tore to be liberally fed We bellevo In large crops which leave the land beMer than they found It making the farmer and the farm both glad at once We believe In going to the bottom of things and therefore In deep plowing andenough of it Wo believe that every farmer should own a farm Wo believe that the beat fertilizer for any soil Is a spirit ot Industry en terprise and Intelligence Without this lime and gypsum bone and green manure marl and guano will bo of little use We believe In good fences good barns good farmhouses good stock good orchards and children enough to gather tho fruit We believe In clean kitchens a neat wife In It a spinning wheel a clean cupboard a clean conscience T I Theres this much progress In a blunder- It shows you how to stand from under a G D HOLLIDAY EEREA BANK AND TRUST BLDC Berea Kentucky lla i dJIILIIC In surance I POLICIESfor ALL 1 TERMS I toT rSUIT Ladles Policies CromIOOOSOOO IMutual8iaxataa00eeJaCHEAPEST r 1 ll- s CHAPTER VIII Continued Do you mind tolling me what It was Wllloughby the man who was killed lorod a Miss Brett She was at this hotel last night with her moth er They heard of my being here and did mo the honor to send for mo and to ask from seo the details of the tragedyLockes heavy taco was agitated equally by sympathy and surprise Miss Brett ho cried That must be the sister of Sir Mortimer Brett You know herl I demanded eagerlyI never seen her but I knew something of Sir Mortimer He lathe most picturesque figure In the English diplomatic service Why picturesque That is a strange adjective to describe a British minister Who Is he and how do you happen to know him Ho is consul general and minister plenipotentiary at Sofia Bulgaria There Is not an attache In Europe to daywho has not an inquisitive eye cocked at Sir Mortimer Brett And his claims to distinction Two only my dear fellow but they are sufficient to make any man notorious First of all scandal has been busy with his Illustrious name How ever I am afraid thats a very or dlrany sort of notoriety But when I tell you the sober fact that if he just winked war would break out in the Balkan peninsula you will grant that he la a factor in the game of European politic- sI have heard enough to have my curiosity excited Tell me more of the man who controls the destiny of a na tion The scandal for Instance Is It a matter of common newspaper publicity I have figured in the papers myself lately and I feel a certain sympathy for a fellow suttorar Oh the newspapers have made him squirm a bit no doubt Dutmy sources of information are more ac curate than mere newspaper gossip YOJI see I happen to be the Amerl can consul here Then your gossip of the embassies ought to be wonh listening to I settled myself in my chair and lighted a fresh cigarette My dear chap you are asking too much of mereally you are I The situation In the Balkans Good Lord thats too appalling a subject to be discussed between two friends who Jiavo just met Locke I replied diplomatically I suppose you wish to discuss me and my unfortunate affair Well I dont It you wish to show me that you be lieve me not qulto eo black as I painted Ignore the matter coUplete- ly Of course of course ho hastened to assure me And you really wish to understand why war would break out tomorrow in the Balkans if Sir Mortimer Brett lifted his little f- ingersuch a knowledge Is tho prelude to the scandal that concerns him Very well ho agreed goodnatured 1 ly But dont despair If you are still muddled after ton minutes talk an Balkan politics Count Ton Bulow hasI said that the mnn who comprehends I I the situation In the Balkan state does not exist But to understand how Sir Mortimers Influence may plunge Europe into war today just as surely as when Madame do Pompadour i twisted Louis XV about her little fin i you must know something of the that seethes and bubbles In 1JerEven the word TurkishMacedonia mero geography name to me Hang It have I got to give ypu a lesson In geography as well as in his tory growled Locke Well Macedonia is actually no state or Country It is simply a term to designate a strip Of Turkish territory immediately to the south of Bulgaria It is with independent Bulgaria and insurgent Macedonia that our friend Sir Mont mer Brett is concerned Ina word ttto situation is this Bulgaria long freed from the Turkish yoke would help struggling Macedonia to gain her freedom Macedonia Itself Is an extraordln ary hodgepodge of races Greeks Turks Serbs Bosnians Bulgars thero are a dozen dirty little races and halt a dozen fanaUc sects all ready to fly at each others throats if they were not too busy struggling for ttholr freedom But Greek Catholic JAW they i are all ready to die cheerfully It they can down their Turkish oppressor It Is Just this sublime struggle for freedom that gives a touch of nobility to mongrel snarling snapping Macedonia These Mace donlans Lan rears have been putting VP tine of tie pluckiest running fights imaginable The House of Commons Indulges In solemn pulls about what they cheese to rail the Balance of ij Criminality In other words they pro fea5to think chat tbo atrocities cow f milled by and the Macedonians are equally horrible But ass matter of fact Kngllsh knowledge of Macedonian affalis is doled uut by the ltaAt a I Constantinople proCess dly proTurk ish in its sympathies How do you account for that 1 demanded with a show of interest Lockos lecture was not thrilling but I listened patiently for I realized that his information was necessary if I would understand Sir MorUmers predicamentThe missionaries continued Locke know only too well that the unspeakable Turk Is an oven greater scoundrel than Mr Gladstone chose to believe him But the Foreign Office you will understand does not intend to risk the peace of Europe because the missionaries rave about the out raging and slaughter of a tow thous ands of Macedonian womiu and chil drenFor several years they have con tinued a guerrilla warfare if you can dignify the dynamiting of a railroad or a bridge and the stealthy slaughter of unarmed bands as warfare Tho Macedonian campaign baa been man aged by a body of men who have their headquarters at Sofia in Bulgaria They fight In bands Their arms aro hidden in the fields or in the caves of the mountains When a Turkish host surrounds one of these bands it Situation Thats Too finds peaccfal peasants herding their theirI ed Where does Bulgaria come Ink Bulgaria comes in right here with a flourish of trumpets and Prince proInominally Ferdinand does fealty to the Sultan and at the same time is under the thumb of Russia Ho Is a petty princeling with as Inordinate a sense of his own Importance as a can nibal king in a top hat He has sur rounded himself with more state than a czar or a kaiser Ferdinands great ambition Is to be crowned king Now he only rejoices in the title of prince Ho has vainly Implored his great mas ter Russias permission to assume that title but Nicholas prefers that little Ferdinand be humble Then If you wont let me bo king says Fer dinand I wont play with you any more So Master Ferdinand is most anxious to exchange the doubtful friendship of Russia for a more indul gent protector Ho has decided that he would like England to be that protector But what has this to do with Bul garias going to the assistance of Macedonia 1 I exclaimed Impatiently Simply this Ferdinand knows that before he dare assume the title of king ho must make himself more popular with his subjects than he Is at present Macedonia affords a convenient means of accomplishing this But before ho flings his army Into Macedonia territory he must be sure that ho will have a free hand Let England onto assure him of her moral support and Ferdinand will invade Macedonia tomorrow It U It this juncture I suppose that Sir Mortimer Brett consul gen oral and mtnlBtof plenipotentiary holds the center of the staga r I ioJ L- ljIC1 1 U4 yt A o J1oii Yes It Is about his diplomatic head that the elements rage But a Jewish banker of Now York city runs him a close second in Importance A remarkable statement that And this little Jew Is a remarkable man A Macedonian by birth ho has made five score of millions in Amer lea But ho remembers his country 4 In the time of her need It Is he who offers to clothe arm ald feed tho Bui garlan narmy if it fights for the free dom of his race Ills one condition Is this the invasion must have a rea sonably sure chance of success That Is assured ho thinks when r glAnd agrees to stand behind Bulgaria And the namo of this Jewish bankerOtto Kuhn One must not forget him CHAPTER IX The Episode of the English Ambass- dot We are now ready for the extraordinary episode of Sir Mortimer Brett Locke resumed I think you wllLflnd that the narrative grows more inter tiling I trust so I yawned Sir Mortimer Is a comparatively young man I understand But he has already had IS yean to his experience as a diplomatist lo has been trusted Implicitly by the British foreign office He has been nothing less than a dictator in Bulgarian affairs so far as England Is concerned There have boon repeated attempts to bribe him But he has been strong enough to resist all pressurewhether it bo exerted by the sultau or by Ferdinand But after an unblemished record of 15 years this Bayard in politics has fallen a victim toa vulgar intrigue with a political adventuress Countess Sarthoff is the adventuress a woman of marvelous charm The In the Balkan l Good Lord Appalling a aubItjest to Be Discussed Czar and beauty It Is said she is the friend of Prlnco Ferdinand porhapa It Is he who first incited her to entice Sir Mortimer from the path of rectitude Certain it is that sho has been successful in bringing Sir Mortimer supinely to his knees before her If the gossip of the embassies is to be believedNow I can give you the situation in a nutshell If Sir Mortimer is recalled it Is all up with Macedonia so far as immediate help from Bulgaria Is concerned Sir Mortimers successor as consul general will certainly bo the present viceconsul and he Is known to be strongly adversd to the Mace donlan cause Our Jewish banker will refuse his loan to Ferdinand Ferdi nand will be unable and unwilling to subsidize an army Macedonias strug gle will come to nothing for the pres entThis banker must have remarkable faith In Sir Mortimer I suggested to think bat ho can influence the British foreign office when Lila reputa tion is already tottering My dear Haddon I have been letting you behind tho scones Our banker friend In all probability Jwu no inkling of Sir Mortlmers impending fall There Is nothing to damn a man politically because ho is In lovo with a woman It Is truo that there have been innuendoes In plenty of tho pa pers But who believes the papers t And a kings messenger has al ready been sent to Sofia to demand Sir Mortimers recall 1 asked thoughtfullySo say and POW 1 com to a really humorous phot of this episode of Sir Mortimer Tire z When the kings messenger arrives at Sofia be will bo unable to deliver his dis patches ho will find that him bird has flown What Sir Mortimer has left W post and with this w waan T Less than a week agu Sir Mortimt t I IWM seen with CounUsa Barahoa here 1 t I In Lucerne Ha hid left Sofia fIlA denly under the plea of sickness whether real dr assumed And no he has disappeared again from and has left absolutely no trace his whereabouts So that when tho kings tueslttrreI comes hero ho will still be unable tA deliver his dispatches As you say I Is HA extraordinary state of affairs suppose that Sir Mortimer contlru to bo a properly emitted nmbasRuJa until ho receives those dUpatchcs Undoubtedly And In the meanwhile there is I i1uo and cry for hunt My fear fellow I have told rot repeatedly that yoiJ are behind ttu scones Ostensibly Sir Mortimer hoi gone to tho mountains for his health But tho arrival here In Lxicorno of tte mother and daughter is significant They come to rescue him from tin Influence ofCountess Sarahoff at disappearsaI saw you flirting with her at tfci knrsaal about an hour ago calf Locke smiling at mo gflmly CHAPTER X The DeathMask I Iwd raised my glass carelessly tt my lips I placed It slowly on the table I mot Lockes steady gaze na merely In surprise rather In complete conviction That was praclsaJy the kind of woman I had detarmlaad she must booDul I haduo intention of dlscussmg her with Locke Ay plan was already seething In my Maintplan infinitely moro thrilling than rei cuing a comrado In tho battlefield or I traveler lost In the tnountalnsJile I Intended to keep that plan to myself In the meanwhile I must have further details of this escapade of tho miss Ing ambassador We will speak of Countess Sara heft lTCecntlrtI said returning lib ttnlto tell me why shonlt England adopt the slow and clumsj expedient of sending a kings mosses ger as you call him cross Burop Instead of demanding the Instant re call of the minister by cable Thou Is my first question and my seoont is this are you my dear Locke It tho secret council of tho British for sign office that you know so muoh a their plans A kings messenger drawled bgiliJofflcl- would wish to be quite sore that thi scandal was not a clever ruse of t secret agent of lUtaala or Turkey Even If the scandal exists than might bo mlUgaUag circumstances You wish mo to later that tbli kings messenger is givers discretion ary powers of delivering or wlthtoaM Ing his dispatch 1 But bow do yet know that 1 That brings me to thi second question My dear chap I can put two ant two together oant 11 I can see i church door as Benedict said whoa am standing In front of It Oh then you are simply guess lag I cried disgusted Locke spread the tips of his flngen together and regarded mo humorously You forget I am consul a Lucerne I sir am a porsotiaca Rubbish I exclaimed brusquely American consuls are not as a rub deeply In the confidence of the mla isters in Downing street Locke laughed looked about his cautiously then whispered Its something of a secret HaJdoo Before I was consul at Lucerne I wa a newspaper man Yes dont lout shocked I am not averse to eklai out the magnificent income altovre me by the United State governmen by sending a budget of news occs atonally w my old culof I understand you newspaper mu ubiquitous Before tbo myatarlout knowledge of tbo prosit I am silent 1 need hardly say that what I ban told you is strictly between our selvesOf course So far I have not breathed a won of this extraordinary story I visl to make a grand coup I am wattlnj for the finale of tho story tho dra matte and perhaps tragic denouement For tho end is not yet So saying Locke produced his pocketbook From its voluminous folds be extracted an envelope Ho held t toward roe in silence I took it cart ously It bore en unfamiliar stamp It is tho stamp In the corner S wish you to examine carefully Il ten years a collector will pay a pretty penny for this stamp Already It bas rare as strawberries In January It was Issued lass than a month ag to mark tho anniversary of Fordl nands succession to tho thron Yes It is his likeness and that of his sos you Are looking at Out Fardlnaa would pay half a million francs If M could buy up and destroy that issur of stamps In Bulgaria that IB a aim plo matter His secret agents are OT the look U In every capital of Er rope But you see they are not wbollj successfulAs H had suggested I looks critically at this double stamp wbloJ had caused Ferdinand so much am loty Two head were depleted Thaj were placed side by side a man e middle age and a handsome boy 1 appeared to me a rather ordinary moo of stamp Hold it upside down commander Locke Impatiently Cover tho len hand corner with your hand so Now do you see that a portion of the heads of the father and son makes an w imatakablQ deathmask And ilts deatbmaak i that of Prlcco rollnand I fro BE CONTINUED Ho who loses merely loses lei be who loses a friend loges more fee be who loka Wi saliiMdeaef Ui I r 1 t 11 KEPT HIS ENGAGEMENTI Was Ready to on PropositionaIm not much of a hand at eaves dropping said a thoughtful looking holnllatenlngflush talk that a follow behind mo on the Euclid bench car a low nights ago was handing to a girl Ho kept It up all tho way from East Ninth street clear out to the beach Most of the talk ho was getting off was about the princely salary his firm had to put up to keep him and about how smooth bo was I turned around and looked at the two of thorn out of the tall of my eye and then I know how ho managed to got away with it for tho girl was one of those wilted looking affairs that would believe you it you told lion you CansIho looked to mo like a man whom you could rob of an entire two weeks salary and yet commit only pout larceny But 1 couldnt help listening to his talk Aftur awhllo I heard him give the girl his telephone number Call youredownlunch tnguthor i I Jotted down his phono number and waited to get WJIHO clew to his name My and br l liwml bc call him rank and I thought that would do Two days after that about noon I hud my stenographer call up Ida nuA bor and ask fur Frank TheM I had her toll him that she wanted UNit lunch bo earFraukthat htt would BO over and order it lunch at a haul that ho nmnUoned The girl iirumlaod to tneut him In halt an hour if ho would BO ahead and order In about 20 minutes I wont over to watch developments Thoro sat my boUIr neighbor of tho beach car at a little table set tot two waiting patiently waiting 1 west army and came back for another inch an weltingCleveland A GOLDEN HALL SoldiersPlayedthe NattanalIBrllUh Game With It profeasiowalwatched with such laser laiurcal bat with sushi outward Imilffarftnc M ore dMcrift in oertred Vutorlrtlfa Social IH lor of maUwft It bap pelted In revutouoAury UisM wtw n the lltlUah saldtora were uttoaad on Long island Tbo InhaMUwu had hidden their valnablM In all pat le ptacM Use lady eoaeeftled some oW colas la a hall thapoii itlncualilun of the kiwi worn by the Dutch hoist wire lusttandad at her ltllI Bha was sitting sewlas one day when a party of lit tilth aultllar on tuned the room A young WTlcar spy- lag what to hIm was a novelty eat with Ids sword the ribbon by which the cushion was hung avid began a ganiti of ball Soon the rtof the company joined tbe sport ItoUtoffltialy from hand to hand the ball was batted to and fro It was roughly snatched and lossel and somoilHMW It fall late tbo aalHW ot the firoptace and barely en coped cnnltagraiten Now and again a soldier tniuht ontcb It on thaw tip tlf- hlB sword sad wend It spinning on with n rent In Its alilo livery moment thronlonod to rwvMl the irocinus content To show the least anxiety war la betray tbo iwcrxt and the owner war forced to sit tin mortal npiKtnwlly Intent on her work and to see her fortune flying through tlm air at thu mercy of the enemy At last the wulilofl torn and battered but still guarding Its treasure wits re turned to Its mistress and the Intrud ors tired of their play loft the house Youths Companion A Joke Astray An English clergyman confesses In the London Tribune that once relying on his hearers fund of humor ho made n joke at a public meeting and was sorry for It very won after ward He was the speaker at a meeting In Cornwall and at tho close of his speech was complimented on his knowlede of the Cornish dialect Well he replied that Is easy enough to understand because I was a minor myself until I was SI years of ageVery praiseworthy indcod cried out a gentleman from llu audience and nobody seemed to realize that every man was a minor until he was 21 1 At tho end of the week the clergy man received a ropy of the local news paper containing an account of tlm meeting In response to a vote of thanks ran ono paragraph the reverend gentleman explained his fa miliarity with the Cornish dialect by the fact that ho himself worked In tho Cornish mines until he was 21 years ofI ago Youths Companion Prizes for Farmers Austria provides an object lesson In dealing with wasto Jcqds Prizes aro given to farmers to encourage them to recover wasto lands and lay thorn down us pasturage and also to erect shelters or stables for cows In high altitudes Tho Impor lance of this may bo seen tram the statement that onequarter of the total fodder required for cattle and horses In the empire la derived froth Alpine districts u f t a a 1 i1 f J Or J a I pnnTHE NEW TUDERCUtOSIS A Form of the White Plague A Bribed Directly to Drink Tho ravages of tho white plague In Franco have reached most alarm Ing proporUons official reports show Ing that In that country 150009 per lions die from tuberculosis each year amoig workmen the mortality from this cause amounting to over 30 percent says Harpers Weekly Bakers and laundry workers seem most prono to this disease It being stated that of tho 40000 bakers In Iarls 21000 suf fer therefrom whllo of tbo laundry workers 75 per cent nro afflicted In this connection an eminent French scientist and member of the Academy of Medicine states thut the abuse of spirituous liquors Is respon i sible for ii new form of tuberculosis I which ho states In tho case of n hardidrinker at the of tho tVordlatf1of the left lung toward Ute front It 4 1 tdevelopmentlintThis high authority further declares that any hope ofprovaaUnR the spread of lubareulosia Is futile until tho sproad of alooholUm is abttelntd Statlstloa show that from M6000 wine shops In Franco In 1R89 tho number has Increased to 175000 Ehascroase In alcoholism that many Frond scientists attribute tho In crease of insane persons In n ported of ton years from 47000 to 70DO0itho increase of suicides from 6100 to 0000 and tbo Increase ot murders from 100 to 300 11t ETHER DRINKING IN The Fatal Result of RUSStAITrossno Wedding The habit of elhftr tr may prarslant In some part of ItHMtA M ef sat InuMla and all the efforts af Ute antlwriUafl to iehatPthe evil haw hltharto baatt alert CujII pen of a reest ncoW ni which oe 1 ourrad at a pInes eslterl Troaaaa A tenser oalabmttnir w nona wed lug la Uw felasee of his MtpIlaUyIsot In two palta of ether aojw the FItly floater Daring tIe praoaas ofd anllng the ether late bettia a J j violent asptocion took plnee by which I six ehlMran were killed sad OM adult was dangeronaly sad 14 other moro or leaa seriously Injurad Coffee Houses for Seattle neT M A Matthews of SaatUa Is about to establish ooKaa hotwaa In tho city In competition with lbc loon joints Ha proposes to have rooms ap proximating In site CO by 100 feet In the rooms will ba placed a coffee urn jJamagaitaaa Iud partodtcalA At J frequent lotarvala a oourna of leo lures will be gives song sorviao hold and short aermonottoa delivered A Wise Prohibition In forbidding their employw to drink during office hours the water oommlsaloners of one of our largo clues havo done only what nay om ployor would do without pawing for mal resolutions A man who drinks during work hours cannot do his best I and the employer Is entitled to the boat work a man can do The man who by drinking reduces hlsown ell ciency cannot hope to compete sue cosstully with tho total abstainer Tho water commissioners are merely ap plying to public business tho rule that Is usual in tho conduct of private affairs Figures That Favor Total AbUftence a TIle twentyfourth report of the Scottish Temperance Life Insurance company recently Issued showy tho Ii mortality experience to bo especially favorable to the principle of total r abstinence Comparing tho temperance section with tbo general ncctfon a table of mortality experience tat din past 20 years shows that of IrIG expected claims in tho temperance sea ton there wore 420 deaths being onjy 4E per cent whllp of 319 in tho gnu oral section there wore 225 or Trt percent Teetotalers In the Navy Speaking at the Kent Temperance congress at Tunbridge Wells Kng land recently Hear AilmlraJ Starrln declared that the finest shots in the t British navy were teetotalers This Is further corroboration of tbo views Lord Charles Dorcsford line always maintained In this regard It Is n sign of tho times that eminent naval officers nro at U o present day almost without exception strong advocates of E temporancfK 3 In Iowa In 55 out pf tho 09 counties of Iowa prohibition exists In the rest of the Y state there Is a combination of local prohibition and high llconso Tho mulch law bars prosecution where liquor is sold provided that the tar Is paid and the prpylsoa8 of the law are complied wi h rr 1g 1 t 4 + er Y In buying Olive Oil it pays to got the bost Italian Olive Oil That is Absolutely Pure tYouneed be troubled byno qualms regarding the Olive Oil that 4Wasoil You cnn como to this storu i + with every naturnnce that you will on + r ly buffered tho purest and the bost This is important in view of tho f many adulterations of Olive Oil on 1 tho market As n food tonic and medicine there j are few preparations for many cases of illness and exhaustion thrtt ap proach Pure Olive Oil Halfpint bottle 250 Pint bottle Soc The Tarter prug Co t + t e t 0000000000000000000000000800 I oiwO It 0o 0 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- i Oe o o 0 0 0 no o o III ThoxRev Dr Thomson pastor of tho Union Churoh and Mrs Thomson start on on extended trip Monday Ireeltho oarly train They will go dl to Washington where they will spend four days then Dr Thowtoi iTill begin a tour of swtrel of the i stools of the South dellverlni at ouch a leeturo on utrollOIIJ He will be accompanied thraout by Mrs i Thornton and their addrewea will be till Nov 8 the St James Hotel Waih Ington D c Nov 810 Hampton In 1aUtute Hampton Vtu Nov 111J Shaw Ualvonlty Raleigh N a Novl Hlf Spelluian Seminary Ga Nov 1890 Taladaga University tTaladegn Aka Nov 21S4 Klik Unl Orally Nathvlllo loon They will reach homo Nov 91 or SO I I During Dr Thorntons absence the t I following will nil the pulpit ot tho ItovIWlllinmflay Howard Hudson 1rof and Mrs Humold are being congratulated on tho birth of a baby girl last Sunday Doth mother and child are doing well Mm Humoldfl mother Mrs Now comer and hor Biller from Hope Kan sea have como to Berea to make their I home They will lIvoln the east lido J of the Fee house till they can find a f location 1permanenl Club mot at Dr Cowloyi last Friday night Dr Cowloy spoke most Interestingly on tho mosquito A as a carrier of malaria and yellow fever and the Her Jlr Dater told of the Insect as a conveyor of tho dreaded African fever and spoke of tho deadly sleeping sickness of that region where ho has been i It your fire Is out call Stephens phono No 1333 for A nice load of coaLDr Cornelius and Dr Lusk are dis cussing a trade of their houses and Iota In town If tho deal la made Dr Cornellua will extensively remodel the building he will acquire Harris Rhodus and Company have f sold out their entire stock of goods 7 to Mr Trcadway of Paint Lick who will continuo to conduct the business Ho has several children hero In school The hope of tho liquor men that they can make the county wet has been revived and a petition calling i The Jar of- F Coughing I Hammer blows steadily applied break the hardest rock Coughing day after day jars and tears the throat and lungs until the healthy tissues give way Ayers Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing and heals the torn membranes 1 dwas keen Arr a relief In e wbenee-eranrofnlureronghlor hard cold I have greet tna Toon and 10 know OSBRTSANYagrburg k1J Had br t0 A or Co Lowell llauAso meunetedts of llJerSS4IWPAllLU BrlleueneM constipation retard reevery Ouretheee with Ayers Pills for an election has been prepared Tbe object of tho movement Is to ovoroom the dry vote taken In Richmond recently and to reeetablteh saloon there Several people have been need lowly alarmed by the movement which has failed to take account CJt the law Tko statute provides that when a county goes wot any town or ally which bill previously gone dry shall remain dry unless tt volea wet at a separate election at tho same time as tho gonoral ono Rlshmond has so recently gono dry that It cannot legally hold n soparat lection on the subject for nearly three years so that oven It the ooun ty should go wot Richmond wouli remain dry for that time Many of the people who signed th petition for the election say that the matter was misrepresented to thorn and that they have no desire to have the present conditions changed Another Interesting movement Is mentioned hero Certain men who havo always tried to hurt tho college as much as possible have a scheme to scratch tho namo of Ellis Soak from the town Republican ticket so that for the first time since tho town began there will bo no parson con ncctcd with the Institution on the board The plan Is said to be to gut the board to sue the college for taie In spite of constitutional exemption of benevolent Institutions Tho twc movements seem to have been started by tho same men Mrs J W Dlnsmoro has left town for an extended visit with relatives and friends In Nebraska Successful revival meetings have been going on at tho Sliver Creel Baptist Church Tho now addition to tho church a Narrow Gap has been practically com pleted as has the fine stono chimney Tho Increased room will add much to the strength of tho church and tho opportunities for work there B McGuire has just closed a wcoki meeting on Sinking Creek Leo County Among thoso baptised was an old lad ninety years old An opportunity Is to bo given tho la dies of Borea and vicinity to get ac quatrjted with Miss Doworsox tho now college Dean of Women A meeting of the mothers and matrons of tho town will be hold next Saturrday Nov 2 In Ladles Hall at two oclock It is ox pected that many will attend and all will bo assured of a welcome and a tow pleasant hours Tho Rev Charles A Northrop of Harriman Tenn secretary of tin mountain missionary work of tho Am erican Missionary Association Is In town for a few days I Miss Etta Moore was In Richmond Saturday She attended tho educational rally given by the Madison Coun ty Improvement League Undo John Blazer who has boon visiting his children in Ohio for the past five months returned last week I Mrs Nora Smith and two children of Corbln Ky visited her parents Mr and Mrs John Fowlor last week IDaisy Spenco who has been suffer ing with a very severe attack of ap pendicitis for the lost week Is repor ted to bo somewhat better at this writingA crowd was present at the baptizing which took place at tho Bap tist Church last Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock Twentyfour people were Immersed J 1 Joe Coylo la having a now dwellin house built on his lot on tho Big 1111 pikeLaura Vurch of Owsloy County on tercd school tho first of tho week J M Early has n wooden olock lIke sour grandmothers for sale On account of a rush in mllllnor Mla Era Duncan will unlit Mrs Ba kept for a short while Mrs Chas Reynglds and daughto Ruby havQ been visiting relatives In and around Borea IAlpha tho daughter of Dr Ciiarlei Robinson who has been seriously 111 j for the last tow days Is somewhat hotter I Mr and Mrs U B Roberts nnd vlliUlngiIndian Territory Thursday Lucy Hayes of Big Hill was hero oi business Saturday Mrs Chas Gibson of Virginia hai been visiting her sister hero Mm E A Van Winkle W A Ogg who has been occupy ing John Kirbys house on Center street has moved bask to his new houso on his farm about three miles from Bcrea nooooeooooooooU o 0- i College Items i o 0 o HERE AND THERE e o 0 08000000000000 Beginning tomorrow Nov 1 the winter schedule of hours as shown In the students manual goo into ef feat This means that tomorrow and thereafter till next spring supper wit be at lUG p m Instead of 645 and that all evening gatherings study hours curfew etc will bo half an hour earlier Tho college football team will play against Georgetown College at Georgo town Saturday and against Kentucky University at Lexington Saturday of noxt week These games will close the intercollegiate series but sever al games of Interest between school teams will bo played on tho home grounds The college has appointed Howard Hudson Fire Chlsf with MoMrs Cart mell and Lewis members of a Fire Cabluot which has charge of all the fire fighting arrangements Those men have reorganized the fire fighters and there will bo hotter protection in tho future not only for tho college property but for that ot citizens Tim College has taken the first step towards a new heat and power plant which will bo sufficient to furnish treat power and light for all tho college buildings with tho chance to accommodate some of its neighbors and carry out the long cherished Inten tion of furnishing lights for tho streets It is a great enterprise and this first stop means a now chimney 125 feet high which will cost towards 4000 Mr Thompson an expert from Chicago Is In town making plans for the work Tho Monday lecture will bo given at 925 next Monday In United chapel by Dr Cook Ho will continuo the story begun In upper chapel last year of Adventures and Other Things in Europe Thru a mistake In printing the posters the date of Mrs A A John stons lecture on Norway and the Midnight Sun has been announced as Tuesday November 9th Tho date Is right but tho day should bo Saturday This lecture Is so popular that Mrs Johnston was recently asked to repeat It In a place whore she had al ready given It once- Superintendent Edwards received a letter this week from Thomas Barnett and Grover Price who recently for their health left Berca for Colorado Springs Their friends will bo glad to hear that they arrived safely They tailed to find work In Colorado Springs but are working for a bridge carpen ter a few miles west of the city They wish to bo remembered to their friends In Bcrea Mr Edwards also received a lotto from Henry Smith who last year went to Alberquerquo New Mexico for his health and who is now in El Paso Texas lily health Is still poor tho climate not having done as much for him as his friends had hoped Miss Virginia Boatwrlght who haa charge of tho Primary Department spent last week with Miss Laura Click visiting schools In Jackson and Clay counties On Sunday she ad dressed the Sunday School rally at KerbyKnob Tho rest of tho week was spent horseback riding thru tho hills visiting homes and schools distribut ing books pictures etc Miss Boat wright reports a pleasant and profit ablo trip Prof Orlln II Venner a graduate ot Berea College class ot 1902 is tak ing post graduate work In Yalo Unl versity Ills address is 1233 Caapelst New Haven Prof Venner is the same hustler he was in his Derea days and Is ono of the most popular conductor of teachers institutes In Indiana At the last meeting of the V M C A tho treasurer called for a collection of no to defray some ojfponses of thi association Tho amount was qulckl raised sUbImlltedthe debate this winter It it Ro solved That a progressive inherltanci tax should bo levied by tho Federa government Constitutionality con ceded Prof Lewis an chapollMonday Prof Maunlx and Mr Boggs returned Monday from a months aril over the eastern part of the Bfato visiting Borea people and schools There is to bo a Halloween social for each department of the college to morrow Friday night William Click who has been 111 somo two or three weeks Is now In school again FAIRBANKS SPEAKS HERE Vice President Greeted by Big Crowd at the Station A Speechon General Topics Between two and three thousani people gathered at tho depot here Friday night to listen to a speech bj VicePros Fairbanks who was mak- Ing a tour of this part of the state 01 a special train and stopped hero fit teen minutes Besides the speech whIch was one fully worthy and char acterlstlc of tho man who gave Ft the occasion was Interesting us It gave us a chance to see how much truth then has boon In tho reports of Republican meetings published by tho Courier Journal That paper said that there wore about a thousand people at the train that fully five hundred of them were students and that there were no three hundred and fifty voters In the crowd AnV one who was there will say that there wore not lass than two thousand people at the train and not moro than three hundred of thorn were students There was the same difference between tho facts and the reports about other places men who were ou the train say Mr Fairbanks In his speech here discussed general political principles rather than the Immediate Issues ot aldIgeneral prosperity duo to tho Republican party But chiefly ho spoke for puro elections and tho earful choice by tho voters of the best men for the offices which they fill by their votes and the earnest support of measures which will benefit the whole people and not a small part ot them Mr Fairbanks was heartily cheered during his speech and there was general disappointment when he had to stop before he finished To make up for this Mr Franks of Owensboro who was on the train ctopped over and delivered a fine address on the campaign Issues to about eight hun Bred peoplo In the college chapel In the evening Mr Franks address while eloquent was a careful and log ical statement ot tho Issues and n Indictment of tho Democratic rlnIAt Midway the Vlco President was heard by about seven hundred persons and was warmly cheered Tho performance of tho college band at tho depot hero was exceedingly creditable to dare Canflold who has spent much time In training It as well as to tho men In It Mr Canfleld de serves great pralso for turning out an organization which does such good work and has the thanks of every lover of music In town A Cardi- To our many customers favoring us with their patronage by phono to be agonI our wagon A M in place of at 10 A M and will only go out In tho forenoon We are forced to this change by so many giving us only a I part of their days wants and having tho wagon make a second call In one dayAll persons ordering goods to be I delivered on wagon must pay tho driver If they have no agreement to have them charged for tho delivery man cannot carry your tickets from day today So dont order unle n you aim to pay him as tho goods will bo brought backRespectfully Oct 28 07 S E Welch A New Addition To Berea- A NEW STREET Lots For Salem n Bdst Part of Town at only 1100 Call oa or Address B P AMBROSE SON Box lla Berea Ky u Neat 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impart that beatific expression to the countenance that seems glued on to stay when good dlgesUon waits on a large Jucy beefsteak Following the enactment of a law in Texas requiring that sheets on hotel beds shall be at least nine feet long comes tho passage of a bill in Geor gia making clean sheets clean pillow cases and clean towels compulsory in the hotels of that state The next stop will naturally be legal provision for clean tablecloths and dry napkins in all hotels and restaurants A New York clergyman said at Chautauqua the other day that there had been altogether too much preach ing about tho Jebusltes the Mal achites and the other lies and not enough about the living gospel But how could we remember the names of all those lUsh people if the preacher did not constantly Jog our memor- Ies These are somewhat embarrassing days for modest Judges One In Omaha was actually caused to blush by a handsome and grateful woman to whom he had given the custody of her children and who proceeded to hug and kiss him in open court with out leave first obtained It Is noteworthy however that ho had no proceedings instituted either for assault or for contempt of court Tho war on cruelty to animals has reached an acute stage at Omaha where the Rev John Williams has appealed to the City Council for an ordinance establishing a sixhour day for monkeys Father William states that the organ grinders of Omaha forco the unhappy monks to work i from twelve to sixteen hours a day and give them no chance to go to school What a Contrast with New fportTho president of NewYork aero club Just returned from a three months stay In London and Paris daring which ho devoted himself prin cipally to ballooning says I can see no reason why pleasure parties of six or seven going up for a couplo of hours will not be a common thing at our Interior resorts in another year Of coerce this exciting amusement will be too expensive for the middle ciao tea A faucago University professor Ion roeerd as saying that Americana segregate and Isolate themselves too much Md are losing the sense of tel lowship Wo dont pour out our soul feelings to one another he says sand we fall to become confidential come come I Where has this prate soy lived Did ho ever take a three hours railway Journey without some chaste stranger telling him the story of kin MfoT TBO statement by a lecturer that the country spends = 6000000000 a year en poverty and crime and one by upttOoeoonnwi of expense In which we might retrench At least none of the lux uries or necessaries mentioned yield ofttrcr pleasure or profit at all propor tioKtto to the amount Invested Prof ShalJ athewstho univer sity of Chicago says that marriage it toe ISpell like a picnic In some cagey it We a picnic when it rain Ct1retIt tIle Simtra quit lag Calling ilje OIU1t5t r By ALICE STONE BLACKWELL mBELIEVE tlmt we are in a transitional stage in America now and the causes for divorce are bound to grow lighter AS tho world advances Just now they seem to be very evident To check divorce we must first get behind the divorce to the causes that lead to domestic misery I wish that nil tho public schools could have regular courses in ethics and make a point of teaching tho children justice and generosity Before checking domestic misery wo must try to educate frivolity out of young women and brutality out of the men and selfishness out of both So far as people could be helped by education you could by this means cut oil the chief sources of divorce I do not think with those who say that domestic unhappinoss in tho fruit of the last decade or the last CO years There was probably as much domestic trouble a hundred years ago as thoro is now There were no divorces then but there was a vast amount of misery I do not think that feminine selfishness is increased by moro educa tion and liberty Nowadays a woman who is selfish and llghtinlndcd may neglect her home duties to attend to too many clubs but a hundred years ago the same kind of a woman would have neglected her homo jut na much for partios and dances and gadding and gossiping among tho neighborsThe emancipation of women is supposed to have gono farthest whole they have the ballot In Wyoming they have had full suffrage over since 18G In the 20 years from 1870 to 1800 divorce in the United States had increased about three times as fast as tho population In the group of western states omitting Wyoming it increased nearly four times as fast as the population In Wyoming it increased only about half as fast as the population An ounce of fact is worth a ton of theory ThtttIx uirr1 iJjau l1 auiug B y REV JOSEPHUS STEPHAN St Louis J Of 16000000 young mon in this eountry 2 50000Q Are church mom mers In a welMtnown Christian oity it fag es timated that out of 4 000 young men not more than 1800 attended church and in Louis yule Ky on a certain day it was found 02 per cent of the young men wero not at church Although a large number of young men do not frequent saloons low theaters and bceomti criminals it is a significant fact that two thirds of all tho criminals of our prisons are boys and young men and it has been estimated that 75 per cent of those who commit crime after they are 23 hogan before that age Tho character of city life itself makes the entrance upon vice and ungodliness easy Unknown in a largo city with its sense of conceal ment ho is rosily led to give rein to his appetites Seventyfive per cent of the young men of our cities live in boarding houses Thus thrown away from home influences they form wrong acquaintances and frequent wrong places Many are living a nomadic transient life which in itself has a tendency to produce carelessness Thero is in the atmosphere of city life that which affects the young mans habits and ideals The unsophisticated youth from the country may be called a hayseed but he is not ignorant i he is simply natural and genuine Unless he is a strong character with fixed convictions his unselfish aims will become subservient only to his own selfish ends The city is the young mans opportunity to test and develop his character but unless he is fortified tho customs and the spirit of city life will corrupt and poison him Of course if the young man is morally unsafe outside of the citizens duly of removing from our social lift its pitfalls tho boy must first of all receive our attention Wellington said that the battle of Wa terloo was won on the playgrounds and that is where this one must be won The home and tho church mutt form a holy alliance in saving and training the boy for noble and victorious manhood wl1 tl1tJnsaihlt Dy REV M TRENERY Milwaukee The actual man is not worthsaving The actual man is brutal anamaliz ing groveling and ignor ant All yqu need to do is to read the history of humanity to realize this truth The history of hu manity is largely that of war and what is war but organized murder As Sherman said war ia helland that is the truth And hell is for devils and men through all these ages have actedmore like devils than liko saints Let a man appear whose wu are prompted by higher motives than the average and he is at once voted down and out as a disturber And it is a sad fact that the church history is little better than general history Even in the church it is a fact that brotherly love has all too often been the last thing to be heard and practiced For the sake ofa certain kind of worship for a peculiar twist or turn in doctrine for tho nonessential mode of baptism for some idiosyncrasy in belief for mere whims or prejudice men have been slain with fire and swordor tortured by rack end dungeon thus sowing bitterness and reaping hats Is it not a fact that we sit still and permit the diabolical Turk to butcher the oldest Christian people in existence for a consideration International courtesy permits Leopold to continuo practicing cruelties that would put to shame the wild beast of the jungle And so it ia because Jesus does see this latent and possible man that we all have hope hero tonight The actual man may not be worth saving The possible man locked up in every human heart is what led the eternal God to the fullest surrender possible in order to touch and elevate the deeper man within BOASTS OF HIS EXPLOITS AND SEEMS PROUD OF HIS IN CENRIARY ACTS Ludwig Charged With Starting a Score of Fires Gives All the Details New York Oot 2SJohn Ludwig tho self confosaod Brooklyn firebug against whom thoro are charged more than 20 Areas and who Is now lu Ray mond street Jail Brooklyn win bo ex amined to determine his sanity From presenlaIwith pictures of area cut from thq RMgnilnos ho discussed Home of lua exploits and seemed proud of thorn Ludwig says that ho Is 28 years oM la appearance ho Is at taut 35 o Is a blond with a subdued orpreoatoii ills eyes are full except when he Is speaking of a firs Then they shine I dont romombar my first are ho said My liNt eorles were sot during a time I was out of work 1 don l know what made mo start these fires I cant explain It only Uiero seemed something in ino that compelled ms to do It They con lock mo up for 40 years and then If I get out It would bo the tame Id have to set fire to seine thing I ought to be treated for 1C I am not Insane I can talk to you In telligently enough as I am doing but theres something wrong with me After I had started making Area I was obliged to do something for ft living So I began to go Into unoccu pied houses 4heso houct are usually unlocked In Brooklyn during the day I never set a fire at nightand un eorew faucets and steam radiator valves which I would sell At C oclock In the afternoon the hour at which I arrived home when I was working at my trade I would be with my wife and family But that wasnt the reason I sot fire to tho houses Except In a few oases I took care that nobody would be Injured and that very little dpneAmong of fires that I started was one In 163 Lofferts street I started It In the garret with some paper and rubbish and then I tan around to an engine house In Un neighborhood and told them that there was a fire In the vicinity I came back with the engine I never saw firemen so puzcled There was nothing In the house but emoke They couldnt find the fire Finally I was obliged to show It to them I went upstairs and then called down to thorn that It was In the gam Bat that fire In 37th street WAS a good one I started It in the middle of thre houses In the attic The house was tmoemplcd Then niter took lag at It for a while as was usual with me I wont to tho nearest box HH sent In the alarm Well that time tile Ore men wore Just 13 tnlnutcoKulxjintc there 1 thought that they would never coma Actor the houses on either aide of tho burRIng house caught and tho people in them began to throw their things out of the windows I went to a tale phone and called up tho flro people But there fa one thing that I can say 1 tried not to havo Anybody hurt When I set fire to my own house 1 never wont out of the neighborhood though I did go out of the cellar to tell the people In the atom that thorn was a Ore FIREMAN KILLLED IN WRECK Passenger Train Crashes Into Freight Engine Near Dallas Dallas Tox Oct 2STho Missouri Kansas b Texas southbound passenger train No 207 heavily loaded with pas stingers coming to visit tho Texas state fair collided with u freight engine while running at full speed seven miles north of Dallas Fireman F C French of Denlion was instantly killed and 40 or more persons were Injured some of whom it Is thought will not recover Both of the engines were practically demolished The baggage car was thrown up in the tender the trucks o the coaches were turned almost corn pletely around the ends of three of them were stove in and the first two coaches were telescoped Burglars Steal Skeleton Tickets Los Angeles Cal Oct 28A burglary thought at first of minor Impor tance developed into a crime that will annoy railroad officials for months to como The Southern Pacific station at Banta Monica was tabbed last Thurs day night of skelctra tickets valued at over 116009 together with the stamps punches and inkpods which wilt ena Lie the thieves to stamp hundredn of transcontinental railroad tickets It is expected the tickets will be Issued to the pablio through dishonest srok erg crushed Under Autemeblle Chicago Oct Slames Reddick kaJraian of the Republican county central commIttee and public adminis trator was instantly killed by tho overturning of an automobile In which he was riding sear LJbertyvllIe a sub urb of Chicago Balloon Trip Successful Springfield Mans Oct t8The bat loon known an Den Franklin having a gas capacity of 92000 cubic test and sold to be the largest In the world lundod In Bechertown attor a success ful trip from Philadelphia The bat loon carried five persons Nome Has 30000 FIre Tacoma Wash OcL 211Ftre lit Nome Alaska Friday caused a property loss of about 300000 The sec oDd avenue office building of the thesedestroyed I lOVtttlZ Played to His Hearts Content A grand French nobleman was once traveling quietly through Italy no companlod only by his secretary Stopping at a village to change horses they were at once surrounded by a troop of ragged urchins Ono much cleaner than the others and fairly neat played a violin while the others danced After dispensing a few coins tho chaise proceeded on Its way It had gone somo distance when the horses wore thrown back on their haunches In Ute cetutruetten of good egM for squirrels oklpisraatoi or white rats you wA nothing more than a small quantity tit wlro tin tans and wood Fig 1 Is a simple house to make Cut the iMMboard 28 issues tang 15 inches wide and ono inch nod a quarter thick Ten Inches from one end saw oil strips so that the end will be six Inches In width Eleven Inches from this end erect a square partition covered with Un so the animals will be unable ttf gnaw the wood at tho edges or around tho hole that leads to tho cylinder for exorcising Tacks may alto be driven around this hole to protect It At the wide end of tho board drive a wlckot made of stout wire or quar terIron wire rod Tack tho wire GOOD MESSENGERS How the Pigeons Saved the Carters from the Indians Boss had two pot pigeons that used to carry messages for her to all her friends Sho lived way out west fn a time when thero wero no tele phones and the pigeons used to b put to about tho same use The Carters moved to their new home In the spring and it happened that beforo they settled down In the new house some Sioux who had Leon removed to the Indian Territory be came dissatisfied with their location broke out and started toward their old northern home plundering and murdering na they wont A report of this raid reached the Carters but too Into to enable them to sock safety In night When Andrew Patchln was severely wounded Mr Cartor began to de spair red he sadly told his wife and Bessie that he saw no chance to from death or capture If it comes to the worst ho said you two must die rathor than fall Into the hands ot those fiends There Is no hope of help and no one of us could page the Indians to take a med sage to the fort even it they had not got our horses There Is one that can go pa spoke up Bessie What do you mean child Who can sot Net Harry Not Harry pa but Chip or Pos sumMr Carter had not thought of the pigeons and ho eagerly seized the IdeaDo you think that either of them would fly to tho fort ho asked Yos sir Wo wero so long at tho fort and tho birds havo not yet got to think of this place as home Iam sure they would do It defrono of theme Dell and I will wrlto a message Resale bad brought her pigeons into the house for safety and it was easy to secure Chip The message was fastened to him and he was let loose After circling IB tho air for a minute or so he settled upon his course aid and tho driver an excited about lashed out with his long whip Theres a brigand on behind tho chalse ho explained to tuo French nobleman Tho brigand was found to bo OlD vanni the little lad who plnyM tlp6n the violin Ho bogged and plwulod for the signor to tako him to Franco where ho might learn to bo n Great musicianGreatly amused tho nobreimiu per mitted Giovanni to accompany him and when they arrived at Iarll lie cured a position for him In hn klushon of a friend Ole tiny the master of tho tfotwo In vhed a number of guests to a banquet t As they dined thoro came through tho oi on window the sweet straws orIa violinCharmed with tho music n servant was sent to fetch the musician olio vannl WAS dragged before She toni pony and commanded to play Who ever taught you to play my lad asked a celebrated countaNo one replied Iho boy The count was astonished Ito ask ed Giovannis master to permit him to see that the toy received musical InstructionNot yours passed before Ole vanni realized his ambition nod be came ono of the most noted musician of the day A Game Bach monitor of the party In given a sheet of paper and scissors Then the hostess announces that she would like to have them out from nwinory the form of any kind of a dog After this Is done the namo of the artist tit written on the duck of tho produc lion and the collection pinned facto t1 outward on tho wall Then ihrot judges not of the company aro naked In tho room to decide upon the merits of tho dogs and prizes aro wnrd4tdIfor tho best or worst as the be the forYcSutFe4 IHow They Will Look When CompletedI doth that escape with doth to the backboard aid wire It to the wicket Along DM edgy of UM baseboard bore holes Sat wMok etaiWjrw Of the MtUMS MMsT slip at bottom A door OMUt of wire doth Is brag OH hlHgw soldered to tho RIIIIHd doth At tho small eU of the baseboard attach a wsdgeslMpeil ptooo of weed six inches broad at the bottom and two Inches broad at the top Nail a connecting strip from ha top of this wedge to the top of the backboard An exorcising cage is mdtt of straight wires or wire ototh with wooden or tin ends U is supported between tho wsdgeshapod upright and the hack of the cage Fig S shows another form of equlr eel cage which boasts at one end a shelter made from an Inverted tin cracker box Phlladwlphla North American now away in the direction of the fortAnother message was sent by Pos sum and then they waited They had to fight too as woll as walt and Mr Carter and Harry continued to make their rifles crack in tho hope of keep ing the Indians away from tho house as long as possible Capt Morris Mrs Carters cousin had caught sight of Chip when tho bird flew to his old quarters at the fort and ho at once secured him and found tho message In a very short time tho men wen mounted and speeding away over the pralrlo and so the Carter family woro saved by Bessies adolphla Lodger Illguonlbllr SOME DAINTY WAYS Hero aro a fow pretty ways of cut ting oranges and apples when you are ready to servo your friends with such refreshments Who Began It7 l Willie bad Just received a severe whipping Mamma said ho did your motheor over whip you I was punished when I was naugh ty his mother replied And was she whipped by her mother Yes dear Wllllo reflected deeply Well Ift liLt to know who started It anyway ho exclaimed finally v Cause and Effect Veacher Wllllo why dont yew keep your hair combed Wllllo Cause I aint Got no comb TeacherWhy dont you ask your mamma to buy you die Wllllo=Cause tier Id havo tar keep my hair combed nJudgo r PLAN FOR A CORNCRID Oulldlt High So as to Make Handling of Grain Easy Tho modern way to build a corn crib Dill oat bin la to build It high high Tho building may bo 26 feat by 48 foot with a square pitch roof and I wouM use nn elevator or grain dump I uutnUo of building ovor tho roof din charging the grain through tho mid illo of thu roof and spouting K In tho inside to either side or the mid tile enys carrcBpondunt of tbo Breed ers Gazette I have ouch nn outfit and I can till Corn Crib and Oat Din the onUre building by one selling of olevator Tho enclosed plan of crib will hold 6080 bttabels of corn and 3 4 000 huthob of oaU and has a shoat itppoftraucc fly building high you mvo work In aiwHlng as corn will roll dewn and does not sued to be sbov oletl CARE OF SEED CORN The Drying Out Process Mutt De Managed Carefully Scad earn oa brought In from tho field has a high ooetwit or noUture f If In Uw alIt to dry 4t out quick ly artificial beat Is mote with little or no Atluatkm gtvta to vmUlution the fhftnrw are that tile germ will start to grow ArtMdal ksat II dangerous at tbb stage The Important things ore voaUUUoa ft dry ntmopkr asd n modems temperature Com sue IOUiltHl from a wire In a well vwttl latcj dial granary or dwelling botIte- alUC In ooh a way that there la free tirtHlfitluft of Mr around web mr la very faroraMy altMtod Window ahnuld he cloud during Nights and fatty flays boo open tbe rent of the i time If Ue tall be dry and lard freatng wtaih r deu not COM setH seed la w All dried amt It win go through then iniw steely la such qnartars If the w ether be damp ned winter MU la arty It should have Ute benefit of ar tmrlal bl A chamber or aUk through which n lto118 paaaaa will anwlar a furnace room In a dry oel Jar la very aatlsfnetory We have found tong bwahe1 boxes about one foot wide with oae quarter Inch wire mating fur shies aad top very dour able storage fur corn w filch boa first boon handled aa above until Ills fairly dry Such mouse proof boxes afford much venUIatloti and may be stored In A dry furnace room or In a modor ately warn attic withr aafety at winter aria la- PJxporhucuLa have shown that corn nbtah Is thoroughly dry will not bo Injured iii y any dogrco of oold Thla whllo latorosting U not as comfort- Ing na U would nppoar to bo for tho rtasou that norno confusion may re suit ta deciding when corn la thor oughly dry and furthor com once dry does sot ucceasarlly mOAn always dry If left subject to a moisture ladnn atmosphere It will von likely take up ooougb moisture to render It llnbKi to Injury from severe freezing Ohio Station Farm Lore labrrcdlyg will quickly Invite tall ure ont Rlvo a hen more eggs than she cna cover well Breeding turkeys can bo profitably kept np to the fifth year Yensg poults ore deJIcato Protect thorn from Btorina and wet grosses Tho use of qujcklluw on soils helps to sot loose tho mineral plant food locked up In tho soil Ground phosphate rock Is a good material to add to barnyard manure aa the manure helps to make tho phosphorus In tho rocfi avallablo for plants Lime la very beneficial to many toile The fact that limo U exceed nglyj abundant makes It Impossible for It over to bo high In price It Is one thing that nature supplies us lu iiipcrabundanco For Summer and Winter I have two log houses each 26x3 feet on the ground Those are used for both summer and wlntor protection One has a board poor and one a cement floor The cement floor is laid level and I find that this Is a mis take as It should bo laid sloping to tbq gutters to give It good drainage IIQulhThebog houses should bo built to admit til tho sunlight possible especially In the winter and for raising early pigs J 0 JUnes Handling Manure Ham collars for tho storing of manure are not much In uso in this country Tho easiest plan for handling tho manure Is to haul It out onto thu land as soon as a load has accumu dated unless It contains conrstalks and other materials that need Use for dislsttgraU- osL A WIDE TIRES The Proll and eons Concerning Thou Utility on Country Roads This Is a quofitlon which lies ro ceived n groat dual of attention and about which there has boon much dis cussion Whether or not wldo are the most satisfactory depends upon n number of things For example on hand roads wldo tires do not pull any heavier than narrow tiros but on some country roads and especially whore tbo dirt rolls up It Is difficult to uso a widetired wagon Many states have legislated on this subject but the question Btlll unsettled Let us look for a m meat at some of tho problems One of tho most convincing tests which has boon referred to often wna that made at the Missouri agricul tural college several years ago A load weighing 36GB pounds was used In tho test The tires of tho wheel wore IVi inches and three Ichos re spectively The draft of the narrow tires was 439 pounds or 41C per cent more than tho wldo tires Estimat ing tho wagons to weigh 1000 pounds thus 9n broad tires a 32tS pound loath would bo drawn as easily as 2000 pounds on narrow Urea Tho broad wheels do not Injure tho turf while tho narrow wheels go through Under some circumstances tho narrow tiros ovldently draw easier This Is true on a dirt road which is muddy Then too as a rule broad Urea have been used on low wheels Generally speaking low wheels pull heavier than high wheels particularly whore tho road Is rough In a recent Inquiry sent out to users of low wheoled wide tired wagons the consensus of opin Ion was that wide tlroa were much more satisfactory flrat because It was easier to put on tho roads second boouuso the roads were Injured less by these wide tires Whero nar row Uses tended to cut up tho surface of farm rands wide tires tended to pack the surface and make It hard A few years ago sumo very com plate teats woro made at South lend lad The conclusions wore as fol lows On bard roads block pave tents and other permanent and nub alantlal roads there was no argu meet so far as actual draft is oon camal tho otfoet being rather against DM wide tire and In favor of the DAr row tire In the effect on bard roads while Urea have the advantage and hell Ufteftt should U appreciated by turnpike and macadam companies In soil mud slush and other similar drotmatAMaa the advantage is against the wide tire and in favor of the narrow On tilt other band on sod and soft ground where the wide tire does not set In and tho narrow one 10M the advantage la on the side of Ute wWe Ure- A test was mado at the Ohio state ufitv raky aid tho results were simi lar to those ID MlMonrl Two hones could aaatly draw a heavy load on a Rmaa aod where tho tires used were said It will thus be nose aye Orange Judd PartMC that tho matter of wide Urea Is very Important from the standpoint of tho man who Is later ailed In bettor highways There are however two aides to tho question and every state must fully discuss and Investigate before attempting rules nod regulations FOR SAVING SEED CORN TallEnd Dox Which Will Prove Handy at Husking Time At husking Umo make a box one foot wide as long as the width of the wagon box and a tow Inches shallow er Fasten hooks on one side to hook over the end gnto If a wornout buggy Uro Is available suggests Pral Dox for Seed Corn Ears riff Farmer It would add to tho strength of the box to bond It to ex tend from the top of tho outer Ida of tho box under and around to tho in nor top terminating In tho hooks as shown In the accompanying Illustra Uon Profit on a Cow It costa on an average of about 2500 to keep a cow a your Tho averogo good cow on the farni la capable of yielding her owner as high as Icowyou about 11500 profit Qr the one that costs you 1500 for the prtV i logo of keeping and caring for bert Its a good thing to eagago In dairy lag If your bank account needs a bracer but be careful to have the right kind of cows Therein flea the secret of tho whole thing la being a successful dalrymaa Farm Figure Them figures are largo but InterI esting There are 10438219 farmers in the United States with 5739657 farms worth 20514001833 the proI ducts of which aro worth 3iG4177LI 706 and who reed not only thorn solves and the rest of tho eightyfour million Americans but send 117718 657 bushels of wheat to say nothing of 13919048 barrels of flour to torIflgncrK The foreigners pay 102 BBC for the torn and 28757517 DISI 69W8 9 for the wheat sad 8urI JoshuaRenewingthe- CovenantWith Israel Sundiy SchoolLeuon lor NorlO 1907 9SpenJtr Prepared for This Piper IB88ON TBXTJoBhua aIu8 Mem ory VPrtlM allOOIUUN TJiXTThoonB you this day whom ye will Btrve Joilma ZI1- STIMRNfnr the close of Joshua life AcoorOlnir to our Dlbte martin II C 1417 2Ii year after crossing the Jordan and IS after our lat Ieaon Prof Beech rr think that the time slneo the croatlns briefera ltal was at Shiloh Noah 1S1 The great assembly for renewing the covenant was at She diem between Mount Ubal and Oerl aim JOSHUA was nearly 110 yearn oM Ur ine at Tlmnnlh Sarah not far from She chain Comment and Suggestive Thought Tho conquest of the country took several years not of uninterrupted warfare but of wars Intermingled with cultivating the fields and making homos and becoming citizens Al though tho Canaanltcs were not wholly exterminated Josh 2312 Judg 2 2 3 yet the war was practically ended and tho people gave themselves to the positive work of settling down na prosperous citizens of the Prom lied Land Josh 21434 Joshua was drawing near to the close of a long and useful life of 110 years Ho had been watching tho tendencies of tho times sad knew well tho character of his people and the po culiar dangers to which they would bo oxptfsed Therefor he determined to make before ho died ono more ap peal to thorn under tho most solemn circumstances possible It Is uncertain whether tho last two chapters of Joshua aro two different addresses or two reports of the same address Tho only Importance of tho question Is Its bearing on tho struc ture of the book The Polyehromo Bible the Exposit ors Ulblo and others regard them as two trustworthy reports of the Sho chem address given separately aa the editor received thorn and uot Inter woven according to the plan usually adopted Others regard them as two similar addresses on the same great occasion to different aiHlleaoam the first to a tnaaa meeting of the people and the second to tho otQcats and judges of all the tribes asavmUed at Shachmn probably on the sloping sides of lolLs RIM and Oartsim where they had Katharod 3C years before on the first entrance Into the Promlaod Land and made the moat solemn proml80 to GodVs 113 No circumstances oould be more impressive aa maid these hallowed associations had mamorlaa the whitehaired Utovod loader saint ly IA character anti touched with the light of a near eternity arose and made his dying appeal somewhat as the Apostle John when very old went feebly among tho disciples saying continually Little children love one another In this place all tho assembled multitudes could see and hear him For tbo air Is so clear that a slnglo voice can bo heard by many thousands Tho longest recorded distance at which a mans oleo has been heard118 miles In tho Grand Canyon of Colorado Dr Young records that at Gibraltar tbo human volco has been heard at a distance of ton miles Joshua first proclaims what God has dono In tho past as a motive for trusting anti obeying him In tho pres ent Gratitude and lovo aro awakened by his wonderful goodness to them Faith In him and reverence and awo are Inspired by tho manifestations of his divine power vs 113 Joshuas Conference with the Peo pleV8 1424 Urges the peoplo to chooso you this day whom ye will servo Vs 14 15 V 14 Now there lure In view of these facts four tho LORD Not bo In terror before him nor driven from him by fright but hold him In reverential awe and respect realize his power to help and to punish so nn to devote yourselves to him In perfect trust There can be no trifling Servo him In sincerity and In Truth Not In outward farms merely but also In tho heart and the life John 423 2U The Idea says Prof Ucec4frls rather of wholeness Integrity tnan sincerity The Double WitnessVs 2528 First Tho Covenant V 25 Made a dayI ed tho covenant of Sinai Ex 1920 aa Moses had done bolero hint In tho plains of Moab Deut 291CookS- et them a statute Ho determined and established what In matters of religion should be with Israel law and rightV 26 And Joshua wrote As Moses at Sinai wrote all tho words that Jehovah had spoken In a book probably a papyrusroll Ex 244soJoshua now Inscribed minutes of tho transactions connected with the renewal of tho covenant at Sachem In the book of tho law of God This protocol he placed inside the roll of j the Law of Mo es Cambridge Bible I IITheroliving and that Is loving and choosing God with all the heart After ono has made this cholct I then thoro Is need of confirming him In the choice and guiding him In Ha I expression in life The need of all others of tbo ma jerRy of persons Is on impulse and reinforcement of motives which lead to his choice There are groat advantages la public meetings whero every pos appeal can be made to persuade to decide to sorva OodI r DOG SOLDIERS UNDER FIRE Successful Recent Experiments Made In the German Army The use of dogs for military pur poses has provod so successful In Germany that the dog soldier Its continually being taught now things Near Dresden recently thorn was a tot of skill which was a gteat revelation of their accompllsmtmts Two mocpanlos of soldiers separated a distance of a mile and a quartor ono of them supposed to be an outpost In tho face of an enemy communicated for some time by tho aid of dogs trained to go back and forth Kacb time tho distance botweentbe two com panies was traversed by the days In loss than two minutes In spite of In tense heat and a great deal of con fusing IIrlngIThe special ofbjcct of the uso of these fast dogs Is to enable detach ments of Inform themselves of tho speed at which the enemy Is approach- Ing und so to maintain a position up to the last moment practicable On tho same occasion the cartridge dogs porformud their peculiar duty wrlch lu to supply tho troops with cartridges during a rapid fusillade Koch dog wears ti kind of pack saddle which carries 300 cartridges With this load ho travels up and down the line of won who help themselves to cartridges as they huvu nend All soon as the stuck saddle Is empty the dog ut command makes off at full spued to gut It replenished J vary one has heard of the dogs of the pious monks of St Bernard which are supposed to have a sort of monopoly of the accomplishment of serving the wounded and helpless and culling assistance for them But tile German military hive dogs trained to search out and attend tho wounded and call human amisiunce Those dog of the ambulance corps are trained to divided duties Some of them carrying a little Hash ot water or restorative simply all arid bark or bay near the body of u fallen man Others have been trained to go In smirch of assistance and guide a sol dlur uf the ambulance corp The trained dogs performed all these functions very skillfully at the recent trial near Dresden It Is plain that the GacuMu army If It should be engSKMl la another war would be ac rompanied by a greater number of dugs titan ever before ucoompaulMl an army ou a campaign IT IS TO LAUGH You Cannot Now De Popular Without Knowing IL Wile Ww tqnna for alnciBg laaalons hail beer stared upon to twtchar aid Fur CO cents a week oxtro 1 wlU give you a lesson In laughing too Laughing axollmed the prospect Uve pupil What than 1 laugh aU Anything nothing Hut you must laugh If you expect to bo popular What Is moro you must laugh out loud The days of ultra rofluoment whoa merriment could bo properly ex pressed ouly by a smirk and a smile aru happily passed People laugh heartily nowadays but at the same tithe they should laugh musically That la they ought to put a few all very notes into their vents of joy and those who are wlso enough to study luughltig do put them there Un not so well patronized as they should be As yut the laughter of most peo plo Is a series of cucophonlous coughs Take your own case for example I heard you laugh a little while ago It sounded 11110 Yos I dare say It did Interrupted Hip prospective pupil but I had A good time just tho same Tho teacnor throw back her head and emitted u merry tintinnabulation of her owe jriiwrc she said you ought to laugh like that Of course all laughs iNtUnot sound alike There is the so prnno laugh the contralto laugh and the nitttzo laugh the laugh hoho the laughs haha and tho laugh ho bo The quality of u persons laugh is largely determined by temperament but no mutter what Its natural tour It can bo trained Into n thing of beauty Nowadays all students of singing UfO udvlsed to look for their laugh Many have accepted the suggestion uud In six months from now any girl who aspires to shine socially must lunch In fluent trills Now for the sum of only 50 coma Tim prospective pupil shook her head sadly Id like to silo said but 1 cant afford IL If It cornea to the worst I shall hMo to swear off on laughing altogether At the Turn of the Tide It was asserted by Aristotle that no animal dlus noar tho soa except at the ebbing of the tide This Idea In some form or another has been popular for centuriesSuch notion 1 find still exists at Gravesciid An old salt who used to lit by n dying man lu uu alo house on the shore of the Thames told ma ho noticed my patient was always worse the turn of tbo tide and then got better after the tide had turned Read ers of Dickens cannot forgot the account In David Copperllold of Mr Darkls going out with the tide According to Aristotle and Mr Peg goUT It U at the ebbing of the Udo that ilcatb always occurs But at Oravcsend 1 am told It does not matter whether the tide la at the ebb or flow It Is just at the turn of the tide that death occurs I have often seen it happen sir an old shrimper said to me qulta reeeatly Praotfubner Jake HMpltol 1855 Berea College 19071 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 nitration 1175 itaJcoU from 27 states Largest college library is Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages aa for more advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught In the right way Drawing Staging Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management eta Free teat booksTRADE COURSES for any who have flubbed fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 yeas for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young porson for an honorable aad useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES U offered in this court so tht a young maa may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Silence ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course us fall and winter terms la very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 rear courses WIth Latin Oar man Algebra History Science etc fitting IOT college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical course with use ot laboratories pclentlflo apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sexy for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Volco Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Beroa College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money received from students Is paid out tor their benefit and the School expends on on average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit Is made up by the guts of Christian and patriotic people who aro supporting Here In order that it may train young mea and women 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 the best families And aro earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurae without Intra charge All except those with parents la Bcrea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train Ins and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn w much as 35 cull a week Some who need to Gun more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so aa to earn from EO cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate ta the bens but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothlcc umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The Cotlece asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and wishing of bedding and towels For table board without coflee or extra 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel llgnts wash tag of bedding 40 cents a week ta tan and spring 60 onts U winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books eta This la paM but once and U returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee tobelp on expenses for owe of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or service ot teachers all our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term Ut 00 In lower Model Schools 000 in oouree with Latin and 700 In Colleglat courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee sad room rest by tho term board by tho half term Installments are M follows FALL 14 weeks 21150bI ba payment 12900 Installment plan first day SILO Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945- WINTER12 week 329001a one payment 12850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit saiddUot term 900 REFUNDINGStudent irto I eva by rersKlsstem before the end of term receive back for money advanced On board In full exoept that sve allowance ti made Car shy fraettok of a week On room all but fifty cents bat BO allowance her say fraction et aImonth OB incidental faa a certificate allowing the IIt1I to apply tM amount i advanced for tens bids when ha returns provided It U wltaia lewtnMt but making no allowanoa for say fraction af a stoatfc IT PAYS TO STAY Vneo yw rave said your fewmser aid are well started la school It pays to allay ea fang ma possible THE FIRST DAY of the fail Urn Se gepteaaer 11 1107 4 For iBforaatiem or trieadly advise waste to ge r Ury WILL C GA-MBLEin RZA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife itakH tW eyes ot the tnaa sad begs who see It TW 1IEItI BHte people like a ned thing wha they see IIsad to ft n 71 ellulU with two blades 01 rear steel sad n cMUr MMC tki worth HOKja tie aouatak pMfh Ilan aj lies tW1ai f fW tr the world Tk Kalf Ililtd Tat CidzM for OM Dollar Tht IKiqI k n 1h II ail tin W s ilia Ii pssbu Mil oa Psi I t 0 THE CASE AGAINST THE RING Continued from lice One 1 ly to the mnn on trial linvelircii uppnlnlrtl nn l thn priMprnllnn linn hen n farm In ntlirn the trlnl line been eo iinfnlr In the mnn ncriinnl Hint the higher court here time nrtr time overrnlril llin llmlliiRS In the men nml onltirril new triple nuldyoulike lbetried Hint wn1 Il iutillnin linvn taken a firm InlnllttIlIqrtleptan11 huger uilil no lit on Youlntnretndccrdewlelhervrhnt hi imrty illil FnehctmbntnkeunthlevnnI would ether have ne governor the nine who ntninU for the nrlnrlnlm yon onehellluu Attacked the Integrity of the llenuhllcan aiiullilntm Imi n air linger vriu not n good iiiidllor These are the real things to be decided Ity the election Tuesday Other things are of little importance It makes no difference to you or me whether a man wants an office if he is a good enough man to fill it No one has denied that the Republicans are good enough but thure would be no reason for putting them in if the Demo crats were good enough 1 he question for you to vote on is whether after thinking over the things printed above you think the Democratic ring has given the kind of government you want to have go on in this stnte t the kind of government that you think is the best for the whole state Answer thatthen votep JTHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School liT Iruf IMimuoro Part eLove as a Factor In Teaching In this article Prof DInsmore goes on with his remarks on lore u a teacher should slow It usingfirst what should be done the little ones The wants of the little ones are numerous and must have attention Judgment must be exercised as to which of these desires shall be granted and which refused At play time too they must have watch care Their feelings will be hurt and must be soothed by a kind word and a pat ou the head Physical bumps and bruises occur frequently aud the teachers sympathy is craved and must be extended In short their utter depend taco should make a strong appeal to the teachers heart calling for all that is kind and helpful in his nature The greatest demand upon the teachers love however will come in the giving of instruction to these little people It is a great thing to start a child on the way to learning No bungler should be trusted with BO iu portaut a task Much of his success in life possibly his destiny depends upon the impetus given to mind aud heart in the first mouth of his scliool life A warm hearted loving teacher will make every lesson a delight and cause learning to appear as it is the one thing in the world most to be de siredwhile a cold and indifferent teacher will afford no inspiration will make study seem a profitless task aud knowledge a dead and unattractive thing There can be but little growth in such an atmosphere Children expect love and thrive in it Their hearts open up to it as naturally as the lower opens to the rays of the sun The next in order the children of the second and third grades are sot so dependent upon the teachers care They have become accustomed- to the routine of the school know how to get their lessons and in a largo measure how to look out for themselves both in the schoolroom and on the play ground But till they have their rights and demands upou the tea hers affection They have learned to trust in him to bask in his smiles and to look for his approval It he were to withdraw his attention life would be cheerless indeed His every act is noticed his moods watched his words quoted He is their authority on all school matters That everybody recognizes this disposition is shown in the oftrepeated question How do you like the teacher If the children like the teacher and are enthusiastic in their praise it is all the evidence most people need They are ready to take the pupils judgment This shows that so far as his landing in the community goes it aa wise for the teacher to be on good terms with the pupils By the time children have reached the second or third grade their in dividual dispositions are somewhat developed and traits of character begin to be more pronounced Some will yield readily to the teachers wishes while others will try his patience The greatest care is needed that no impartiality be shown It is not necessary to treat all alike their disposi tions require different treatment but it is necessary to extend to all the same courtesy and the same degree of goodwill No matter what unlovely traits develop they must not be permitted to bias the mind of the teacher Dont lay up against a child a great mistake on even a great misdeed Expect him to repent of it and outgrow it and help him to do so Culti rate all that is noble and eradicate if possible all that is evil Love is the most potent factor in the world for this Iu nearly every country school there are some who are woefully be kind in their education boys and girls nearly grown who have scarcely learn ed to read Circumstances over which they perhaps have had no control have kept them out of school while class after class has gone on until now theyare years behind At the beginning of each term their unquenched longing for knowledge lures them into the school worn to find their former classmates far in aUvance making rapid and cheerful progress and them elves classed with children whom they knew as babies What shall be done with these belated ones The common way is to class them with the little ones and let them Ink or swim They usually flounder awhile and sink They are selfcon acious and ashamed cannot share in the enthusiasm of their classmates and feel strange and out of place They are likely to be regardedwith pity or contempt either of which is hard to bear and so they grow die onraged and give it up hoping to find some more favorable opportunity There is no doubt but that for a time at least nn extra amount of at I tention should be shown them Spare no pains to have them learn some thing each day and point out their progress to them Give them some special word of encouragement every eveningand tell them what we shall do tomorrow Watch for the slight st sign ofdUcouragement and drive it away with assurances that they are doing excellently and only need to mrsevero to win Continued Nut Week L THE FARM I Poultry Pickings the largest eggs are produced by steady layers The more eggs a ben lays the smaller the size becomes Heavywinter layers are generaly poor summer layers The color of the brown egg grows lighter as the number of her pro duet increases Make the hens nests fairly dark It is the habit of the bird to seek some secluded place to lay The hen that will produce from thirty to fifty eggs in succession will awl have vigorous germs in her eggs Corn is a heating and a fattening food and is therefore best adapted fir winter use It is considered by many when fed in large quantites to make the hens fat yet it is used extensively by many progressive poultry men with little or uo evil effects Milk supplies about all the elements necessary to form bone and flesh Hi chickens It Is safer to boil it before feeding as sour or stale milk will under some conditions produce bowel troubles It must be kept in hind that milk is a food rather than a drink and the supply of pure fig water must be maintained though milk is being fed Wheat is a good food and is very much relished by the fowl Corn it used quite largely in the New England states both in summer and iu winter feeding It is used whole ground and cracked the meal being wed principally in the mash foods Cracked corn is used largely for I g chicks and fowls when scattered in the litter This method of feed ing induces the fowls to exercise Oats should be a firstclass food for poultry but owing to the large per eeolage of hull they are not relished by chickens and for this reason are sometimes indigestible When ground they are used pretty freely in mash food also tho rolled and granulated meals are used for feeding young cbicktf The ground oat without the hull is used extensively for fattening fculs Oats soaked in water for twentyfour hours increase their pslatabil iljThe American Farmer IN OUR OWN STATE Tobacco Men Getting 1007 Crop Pledg edSuit Likely Over Presbyterian Church Property The week has scon groat activity among the men who arc trying by R I pooling agreement to force up the price of tobacco grown In Kentucky A peaceful army of Invasion has been soot by tho association of growers into the tobacco districts and pledge liavo been demanded from nil growers not In the association tha thay will pool their tobaoco and hold It under the orders of the association That body plans to soil nono of the 1907 crop till the last of the 1906 crop has ndla posed of As a result of tills work so much tobacco has been withdrawn from the market that tho big tounoc companies have called In their buyers The nMoclatlon has voted not to plant any Burley tobacco In tho states of Ohio Kentucky Indiana or west Virginia next year and a majority of the members seem to favor tho plan The charge tho growers make Is that the trust has forced tho price of tobacco down and they hope to raise so little and keep that little so well guarded that a higher price mn gotA house fire in Louisville Friday left fifty negroes homeless- A fire which started early on last Friday morning at Madisonvllla did damage estimated at 40000 destroy Ing several business buildings and ra Idences Tho annual synod of tho Kentucky Presbyterian Church which ended I1t Owonsboro discussed at length the chances of lawsuits over tho property of tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church Some of the churches In tho latter organization refused to go with it when it united with the general church and these are now planning tp tile suits for all the property held by tbt Cumberland Church- A report just completed by Ute Coo logleal Survey shows that Kentucky has risen during the put year from I tenth to ninth place among the coal producing states having turned out 8063647 tons valued at = 0800918 Thl is a gain in value of JlSOOOOOIndtoat remained in sixth place and Tannetew in twelfth West Virginia forced Illinois out of second place There is much activity In the Ken tuoky oil fields getting leases In shape for the winter The good plea of oil has made tho smallest pumpers pro fitable and there is every promise of a busy winter x Hanson Penn Dlltz a well known writer and newspaper man of Hopkins vllle died Friday from taking too much of some drug to relieve a pain ho had Word was received in London of the death In Columbus sof Edward Lucas formerly of Clay County He leaves six sons all prominent men The annual conference of the Stu dent Missionary Volunteers will begin tomorrow in Lexington The Jury In the second trial of Mr Walter Day who is accused of forging the name of his uncle failed to agree There was a hung jury too in the case at Jackson Dreathltt County ofI Green Watkins who was accused of killing Lee Mann The judgo rebuked the jury saying that such disagreements when the facts were plain were the cause of a great deal of tho trouIble in that part of the stateIDoc Johnson a wealthy lumber dealer of Lawrenco County was fatally Injured Friday while stealing a ride on a freight train Tho west bound passenger train on the C O Railroad was wrecked late last week at Klondike near Mt Sterling Three of the coaches ran off the track and overturned The express messenger Albert Chapman was badly injured and the passengers were shaken up and bruised A Texas syndicate has purchased 120000 acres of coal lands in Rowan and Morgon Counties for 600000 MOONSHININC ENDING The moonshiner hero of many a song and story having as its setting the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee is soon to become a character in history according to a report made by the Internal Revenue departments secret agents The rea iarn for this Is placed by Chief Gates of the department to the growing sen Iment of prohibition which Is sweep tag the Southern States particularly I Kentucky and Tennessee Kentucky has over one hundred dry counties and Tennessee went dry in a state Issue last November Revenuo Do partments agents in their report find that the growth of the prohibition sentiment has been greatest in the mountains the scene of many wild attles between shiners and revenue officers only a few years ago Some of this is attributed to the theory that tloo negro criminal of the South was ncontrollablo when in liquor and that one of the beet solutions of the Taco problem was to bar him from getting whiskey by abolishing it from communities Another theory is that the moun taner of today is more educated and comifurilallzcd and that tho mineral and tiiabor products of his mountain lands produce such an income that the making of moonshine is unprofitable Records show that since 1870 when tho first raid against tho shiners was made flttyfour revenue agents have been killed and almost one hundred wounded whllo there were but few If auy convictions Cincinnati Post WORKING FOR GOOD SCHOOLS greatimportancerouse at Richmond It was tho first rally of the Madison County Runt School Improvement League The great hindrance to public schools in Kentucky line been the ox Istenco of many private schools to which tho wealthy both in the towns and the country send their children leaving tho public schools almost wholly to the poorer classes Tho Rural Improvement League Vas organ ized by the Womens Federated Clubs of tho state women largely from the class which had been indifferent to the public schools Originating as it does and being an organization of tho pec plo at large rather than tho teacher great good should bo accomplished by this League for tho increase and uul flcatlon of sentiment In favor of first class public schools both for towns and rural districts A fino program was arranged strong addresses being given by Dr Roark Supt Coats lion J M Sullivan Prof Sharon Mrs Roark and others The meeting was presided over by Mrs T J Smith and at noon lunch was served to all visitors Tho women of Richmond who are responsible for the meeting deserve great praise and should receive the hearty cooperation of all persons Interested in education KENTUCKYS COKE INDUSTRY Kentucky Is tho only one of tile United States whoso coal supliw are drown from any two of the great fields The coal measures of the Appalachian system underlie the oasteri counties of the State while the south orn extension of the Eastern Interior or IllinoisIndiana field is worked extensively In the western part of the State Coke Is made from ooal mined In both fields and although the COAt of the eastern counties are IB large part included among the coking coals of the Appalachian field aad although little or no coke Is made from the- coals of the Eastern Interior field In Illinois and Indiana more than half of Kentuckys coke output is made in the western part of tho State Dovol pmonts which have been In progress for somo tlmo in eastern Kentucky however and which are following the construction of a branch lint of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad into the coal fields of Lotcher and Pike counties indicate that an extensive coking industry Is to be established In that section Four of the six cokemaking ctab IIshments in Kentucky woro active In 1906 The two idle establishments consist of 54 ovens Thirtythree ovens were abandoned during tho year ro iclng the number from 495 to 4C2 These produced 74064 tons of coke valued at 169846 As tho output for 1905 amounted to 79487 tons valued I1t J169659 the figures for 1906 show 11 decrease in quantity of 5423 tons oDd 11 gain in value of 10187 The average price per ton advanced from 201 in 1905 to 229 in 1906 Most of the coal used for coke making In Kentucky la washed clack THE MARKET LIve Stock Louisville Oct 22 Extra good steer 5 6 25 IghtBhipplngBtecrfl 4 60 600 Choice steers 4 25 6 76 Fair to good II II 8 66 4 If Common to medium do 8 8 60 Choice butcher halters t 8 CO 4 26- Fair to good do do 8 860 Com to do do 2 CO 800- Choide butcher cows 8 60 4 Fair to good do do A 00 860- Com to teed do do 2 26 3 Canners 1 2 25 Choice feeders 4 4 75- Med to good do 8 60 4 00 Corn and rough do 8 8 60 Good to ext stock steers 8 60 4- Fair to good do do 8 860- Com to med do do 2 60 800- Good to ex stock heifers 8 8 60 Com to med do do 2 60 8- Good to extra oxen 4ui 4 76- Med to good 8 4- Oood to extra bulls 800 8 60 Fair to good bulls 2 W 8 00 Choice veal calves 0 26 0 76 Fair to good do do 400 600 Connie heavy calve I ro 8 60 Choice milch cows 85 40- Com to mod do do 25 80 Plafn common do do 10 20 IIOO- 3holco p do b 200800 IbM 0 16 Medium packers 100 to 200 Ibs 8 16 Light shippers 120 toJOO Ibs 6 00 00 to 120 lbs Ii 76Cholcor1glI 60 to 00 Ibs 6 60 Ii 76 Rouglis150 to 600 lbs 8 60 Ii 60 SHEEP AND LIMBS Good to cb fat sheep 4 25 4 50- Fair to good sheep 3 60 4 25 Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Ducks 7 00 7 25 Choice butcher lambs 4 00 4 76 Choice spring lambs 6 00 6 50 Seconds 6 00 5 25 Culls and tallends 2 00 4 00 I Good native owes C 00 6 00 rnoDUOE Eggs18c per doz Butter Sic per lb- PoultrySpring chicken smnll SOs per lb largo So liens SB ducks small young lIe old Do turkeys young iSc old lie geese 7a Tan Dark Price at tho depot at Berea pot cord 7 00 Ties- Prlcos at tho depot at Uorea Bight and a half feet long C by 8 firsts S3 cents Bight and a half feot longs C by 8 culls 23 cents Might foot G by 8 firsts 10 owU Bight foot tS by 8 culls 36 cents Spokes Trice paid by Standard Wheel Co at Boron for black or shell bark hlok ory spokes split or sawed Per Thoui First size A and D grade 316 00 First size 0 grade 9 00 First size D grade 7 00 Second size A and B grade 21 00 Pecond size O grade 12 00 Second size D grade 9 00 Third size A and B grads 26 00 Third size O grade 12 00 fourth size A and B grade 30 00 First alto is IHIn on tho heart IK In deep and 23 to 30 Inches long Sec ond size Is 2 In on tho heart 2 in deep and 30 in lung Third slzo is 214 In on the heart 2y In deep and 30 in long Fourth slzo is 2ln on the heart 2V4 In deep and 30 In long A D Grado Is good sound whlto coarse heavy growth live timber full to sizes and free from defects 0 Grade Is good sound white tim ber that Is lighter In weight and growth is finer and not so heavy as I the A B Grade It must bo free from defects also and full to sizes D Grade Is good sound red and red and white mixed Umber clear of do feats and full U sizes Defects are knots worms bird peeks wind shakos crooked grain and chocks PUBLIC SALE I will on Saturday November tho 2nd 1907 on tbo premises in Garrnrd J county near Vall eeon Ky about five miles above Paint Lick station I on tho L N It K sell to the high I oat bidder a lot of land about thrco acres with all the appurtenances thereon consisting of n very good threeroom house with outbuildings Is in a good neighborhood close to t schools and churches and for quiet peace sobriety and Christianity can not be excelled by any people Terms made known on tho day of sale Sale to commence at 10 a m Collins Coy Klrkavlllo Ky I W P Prewltt Auctioneer Korea Ky To Educate Your ChildrenIii1This ceiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM 1 Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address T J OSBORNE Beron Ky o+o+oco+o +o +o+o+oo+o+c+o+o+o+o+o+o+o1o +o+oo+t 1 I ADDING I NEW ACCOUNTS I t 1Vc are constantly adding new accounts and our 2 i business is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It is t t o + t our purpose to it I iIt Deal Justly and Liberally With All fo + r i Your Account Solicited I o + j f INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS o + 0 THE tI t I Berea National Bank I Capital 2500000 Surplus 150000 o S K WELCH President J L CAY Cashier iIleta+eee+e+s+e+ooto+O+O a+o +e+o +s+d+ +MFe +++ +e+e I ZzzJ1 r zp WHOIBerea Town Property Improved and Unimproved I Ono cottage loft In west end tro Three lots loft in west end nn ncro in each lot 100 each 1 One eight room two story frame building all plastered IChimney two grates good cistern 12 by 12 lot 100 by 800 fruit trees wood houuo barn otc A nlco cottage with throe 2600iI Ono new house nnd lotgood I have a farm of 43 acres of Heron prlco 1200 A Teat bargain for anyone I Fifty ono acres on Bcren and Big Hill Pike tf miles from Korea 2600 per acre I Any One Wanting Property of Any Kind Call and See Me I Can Supply Your Needs J P BICKNELL REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT j l Ge EC O e MINOR BANKS CLOSE GENERAL FINANCIAL SITUATION IS ENCOURAGING ALL PROBABLY SOLVENT Savings Concerns Certainly Are Sound Stock Exchange Provided with Ample Funds for the Present Now York Friday was another TiervomckltiR day but tho financial institutions of Now York showed ox tratvdinary power of resistance to the prcfioaro put upon them While It Is trua Unit Jiovcral minor Institutions lava boon forced to close their doors yet two things should bo said about them Oral that tbo amount Involved waa not BO great as to oxort any marked Influence on tho gorioral situa I lion on tli oo banks were located In residential quarters and did not oomo into touch with thu larger financial Institutions of tho metropolis nnd sec and there Is overy reason to believe that Ui4 ce banks and trust companies are and their dlflloulonlirelywentties only temporary and duo entirely to Inability to soeuro p ready cash on tho giltedged securities In their vaults Tho InMituUons which oJofl xl tholr doors Friday with tbo sums duo de poeltora wrro The United titans Bx cbanRo bank Harlem JGOOOOO Intort national Tfiwt company about SJOo 000 tho ItoroiiRh hank of Brooklyn 1000000 tho Brooklyn bank 11300 400 Wllllnniaburg Trust company Itrooklrn 17100000 and tho First Nay tlonnl hank of llrooklyn S3COOOOO I In the Hunt of the general excite went tiro savings banks thought Jt- wlol to put Into effect tho into requir If leg 30 to CO days notice for the with drawal of deposits There was not the hint that any of the savings ilsllchtMtcondition wee In anything but the favorable Incident of tho day WIll ibat the stock exchange was provided with foods ample to meet Its Immediate noeoneltles by the money pool luHdmJ by J Plerpont Morgan which teat about J1SOOGOOO to the ex change UurlBic the afternoon The rmeJ offered In tho loan corner there was an r luimrdWe upliiro of price net UH market elald strong at the best price dayI Believed Over Nfl Verk Asa teak of Tbors lay dffvetofMMUi is Ute fls an Mal work there It every Indloathm that lite oriels In the besjktm sad 0 mast omttpftiiy situation baa beeR safe it ly peeved The Trust Company of kookAs s raptdlr as iKHwtbte and closed with All damnodn having boon mot A very favnmbl feature of tho alt willon rospoctlns this company was that It was able to make Its payments 1 with very little aeelslnnee and an other was that the company received ovor Its csmntdrs In the morning hours in ordloaiy deposits mere than 11000 000 t Time Small Danks Suspend TINt day was marked by three notn worthy codes First and earliest In tlM day came the announcement of l trouble In throe minor state banks In llarhretthe Hamilton tank tho I Twelfth VIM bAnk nod the Itmplro f Oily Savins hank Theea banks ItrutfCu8I only n neighborhood bush- nees their uspenslon of payment was absolutory without slgnlflennoo as ilxKirlnR on the poneral situation The rr Kinplro City Savings bank was run trolled by a Tammany nail politician and Its business operations were con fined to a email MOl r AUhnugh these banks woro obliged to close bccauso of leek of ready cash State flank Kxaminor Judson declared that all three were solvent and that their drposUora would loso nothing I Tho second cplcodo was a run In augurated against tho Lincoln Trust company Tho run was steady throughout tho day but the sums withdrawn woro not lingo It Is an uptown Institution with a groat many women depotiltora nnd carried mainly personal household accounta At the close of the day tho company officials announced that they were fully able to mtvcnll obligations Colorado Statute Held Void St IauL Minn The United Status circuit court of appeals Fri I day handed down a decision that the Colorado otatuto prohibiting any for eign corporation from prosecuting or defendIng a trait In that state unless It has paid an annual license of two cents tor Ouch l000 of capital stock is unconstitutional It literally Inter preted as to any corporation engaged In interstate commerce Utes Kill Sergeant Baker St Paul MlnnA special from Sturgis B D says that Sorgt Baker in cbargo of tho distribution of rations to Iho Uto Indians on tha Cheyenne river roscrvulimi hap been killed Jailed for Publishing Untruth Odcusa M Inbcr political editor of tho Odessa Novnsto has beon son toncod to tour months Imprisonment in a fortress by the court at Eliza bcthgrad on tho charge of having published an nntruo statement t WInona Lumber Mill Burns Wlnonn MlnnFlrg which started In Uio heart of tbo manufacturing dlss trlct nt Ave oclock after noon destroyed tbo lumberyards and mill of flw Ahrcns Milling eearpaey Low k IOOM I 1 INSURANCE MAN CONVICTED DR WALTER RGILLETE 8 FOUND GUILTY OF PERJURY Jury Suggests Mercy First Convic tion Resulting from Legisla tive Inquiry Now York Tho first conviction In the eases based on the dlsclonuroa In the legislative Investigation of Insur ance affairs In 10051000 was obtained by tho district altornoys onico Thurs day night when a jury In the criminal branch of tho supreme court found Dr Walter JU Ofltoto former vlco presi dent of the Mutual Life Insurance com pany guilty of perjury In the third degreesTho verdict was accompanied with a recommendation for mercy The maximum penalty for this degree ot perjury Is ton years Imprisonment Upon tho report of tbo jury counsel for Qlllolo moved for a certificate of reasonable doubt and an arrest of judgment Justice bowling announced that ho would hoar the motion next Monday and In tho meantime remand ed Dr Qlllote to the tombs During tho trial tho defendant had been at liberty under 10000 bond Tho jury was out one hour and 16 minutesDr Is G7 years of ago and la well known In medicine from the practice of which ho retired some years ago lie was born In Philadel phia Tho specific charge upon which Dr Otllote was found guilty was that ho had testified falsely before the grand Jury on May 24 at which time ho was vleo prosldunt of the Mutual The In dictment alleged that Glllete under examination by District Attorney Jerome stated that certain moneys In tho Dobbs Ferry bank wore his persons funds and that subsequently under a crossexamination he admitted the funds were really the property of the Mutual Life- WESTINGHOUSE COMPANIES HIT Go Into Receivers Hands Because of Money Market Stringency Ilttnburc 1SA flurry In local financial circles caused by the embar maimed t of four concerns of tho Wost InfifcoMM interest was quickly ended hero Wednesday by the prompt no tUm of the PlUeburg Clearing Home Msoctatlon and tho Iltuburg stock oxrbeiDge The Weetingboos Iflectrtc Man ufacturing cntnimnr the Westing leone Machine com pony and the So onrlty Investment ewmpany a holding company for tho WaetlnRhottt Inter eats were pit In the bands of re ceivers appointed by Judge lowing of ha United slats circuit court The lltUbiir stock exchange was closed promptly Btatemants issued by Gorge West InglHwio prominent bankers officers of the stock exchange and the clear trig house committee show conclusively that the financial situation bore Is sound and there Is no danger The sever stringency of the money market It alone ro K nilblo for the Welting house dirflcuUlae Tho solvency of the embarrassed companies Is not questioned CALADRIAN TOWNS RUINED Tremendous Damage Wrought by Earthquake In Italy Horae Tho details received hero Thursday regarding the nartlHiuako WfNtaeday IB every way tend to slow that the damage done was much more extensive than at first estimated but that the besot life has net been groat The lowest estimates plies the number of killed at about 90 ASM tho highest at 110 The pope whoa Informed Thursday morning of tho destruction was ranch distressed and said with tears In his eyes Are wo having a ropotltlon of the disaster of l9o5T God help tho poor souls Tho pontiff has decided to send a sum of money for the relief of tho sufferersDetails of the earthquake show that tho shocks wore especially severe In tho southern end of the Calabrlan peninsula but throughout Calabria there are scenes of desolation and despair The first shock was a tre mendous one and was followed by two others of longer duration which entirely destroyed two vlllagca and reduced many homes In several others to a mass of ruins Soldiers Honor Miss Gould Fort Loavcnworth Knn Miss Helen Miller Gould was accorded the honors ot a general officer ot the American army by tbo officers nnd enlisted men of Fort Leavenworth In the review of troops Thursday She appreciated the compliment the first of Its kind ever paid to a woman At this post As tho soldiers marched by tho reviewing point the command was Riven Eyes right They turned their heads and looked Into the smil lag taco of Miss Gould Sho showed plainly that she felt tho high compli ment Busch spoonRace Cup 8t Loutsin a letter addressed to- O It Walker Adolphus Busch an nounced Friday that ho will offer a cup valued nt 11000 as tho trophy for n ballpon raco to bo hold here nex year Col Stephen L Littler Dies Sprlngflcld IIICol Stephen L Littler capitalist died Friday of ty phold fever aged 37 years DuJnu GOT Tanners ndmlnlstratljn ho was a member of tho governors personal r uf1 ijrn I 114 sAHt +1ii r A SECOND DREYFUS AFFAIR FRENCH NAVY AND ARMY OFFI CERS ARRESTED AS TRAITORS One Confesses Possessed Many Na vat Secrets and Tried to Black mail Minister sOf Marine Paris The arrest of Ensign Charles n Ullmo of tho French I navy at Toulon Thursday on the charge of being a spy and hla cantos sion to having abstracted a secret naval signal book and the naval cipher code was followed Friday by the arrest tat Vondome of an officer named Dertoo who Is charged with negotiations with an agent of a for elgn power for the sale of military secretsThe arrests are creating a great stir and as Ullmo Is a Hebrew the papers term his caso a second Drey fus affair It appears that Ullmo offered certain documents to tho mlAlster of ma rine for 30000 saying that unless his offer was accepted ho would sell them to a foreign power A dummy oorre spondence was begun ending with Ullmos capture A search of hula lodgings revealed that he not only possessed the secret code signals but was In possession of complete plans for the mobilisation of the French navy the location of har bor mines In the event of war photo graphs of the mechanism of Frances famous 7mllllmotre field gun etc The oases of Ullmo and Barton added importance to tho debate which oponod in tho chamber of deputies Friday afternoon on tho intorpoli laUons regarding the state of the national defenses In connection with the charges made In tho look entitled Are We Defended recently pub lished by Charles Humbert an ex army captain and staff officer of for mar War Minister Andre and the magazine article on the same subject tit which Gen Langlols is tho author Mm Gauthler and Laslos authors of Interpellations spoko at length on the disorganization said to exist In the army citing statements made by M Humbert nnd Gun anglol3 and con tending that this deplorable condition of affairs WM the result ot tbo anti military propaganda and the political favoritism Introduced since the days of Gen Andre- COOKE AND MREYNOLDS LOSE Illinois Supreme Court Confirms Con viction of Two Chicagoans Springfield IIIThe decision or tho appellate cqurt affirming tho decision of the criminal court of Cook county which found John A Cooko guilty of embezzlement while acting as circuit clork of Cook county and sentenced him to Imprisonment In the penitentiary was affirmed by the supreme court Thursday Tho supreme court also affirmed tho Judgment of tho criminal court of Cook county which found George S Mc Reynolds guilty of embezzlement and sentenced him to the penitentiary McReynolds had leaned warehouse ocr tificates against grain owned by him self and his own elevator and depos Iced the receipts as collateral for money borrowed from banks on tho grain and when the receipts were returned there was no grain in tho warehouse I Cellege Weather Bureau Planned Milwaukee A weather bureau comparable to that of tho United States government is to be estab lashed by Marquette college of this city The Alumni association has pledged itself to raise the necessary funds and Rev James McGeary who recently camo from Manila to tako tho chair ot physics and at the college and who isone of tho boat known weather observers in tho coun try will take charge of tho service Short Strike In New Orleans Now OrldansTen thousand cotton and freight handlers went on a strike which lasted four and onehalf hours here Friday Thoy were the men who returned to work In tho morning after nearly a monthlong sympathetic strlko against local steamship Intor ests Fridays strike was also sympathetic called because part ot tho returning men to sign a throe year contract with tho Illinois Central railroad The trouble was settled by the railroads withdrawing its de mand t I c J s i GERMANY WINS BALLOON RACE Pommern Captures Bennett Cup Traveling 880 Miles St Louis Proclaimed as the most remarkable ballooning contest in the history of the worlds aeronautics with every racing record broken the second International cup competition which started from hero on Monday last ended Wednesday with Germany accorded the winning laurels The finish of tho raco was the closest and most exciting the followers of the sport have ever known the vie torious German balloon the Pommern which landed at Asbury Park Wednes day morning having but slightly more than five miles the advantage of the French contestant LIsle do France second in the race which de wended during the atterneon at tier bertsvllle N J a few miles from the Atlantic coast and slightly northwest of Iolnt Pleasant Another German balloon tho Duascl dorf stands third In the race Amerl can entries are fourth and fifth a third German team Is sixth a French team seventh American eighth and English ninth The unofficial estimated airline flight of tho Pommern Is 880 miles and that of tho LIsle do Franco is 876 HELPED WIFE COMMIT SUICIDE James Wardell of New York Convict ed of Manslaughter Now York Charged with having aided his wife Laura to commit sal cldo on Juno 7 last James Wardell Friday was convicted of manslaughter in the first degree Wardens defenso was that his wife had committed suit cldo without his knowledge The wo man was found dead with a bullet wound In her head but an autopsy showed that she had died from gas asphyxiation and that the bullet was fired into her body after death War doll who Is 23 years old was remanded for sentence on Thursday next ALFONSO HAS TUBERCULOSIS King of Spain Will Consult Specialist In London Madrid The alarming reports clr culated earlier in the month regarding the health of King Alfonso appear to be confirmed It Is understood the king who will travel under tho strictest Incognito as duke of Toledo during his coming visit to London will sub mat to tho examination of a specialist In tuberculosis from which disease his father died The kings open nlr life thus far has kept tho hereditary din position in abeyance and an operation was performed on him recently in the hopo of checking the growing symptoms of consumption Liner Breaks Rudder at Sea New YorkTho North German Lloyd steamer Kaiser Wllhem der Grosse which sailed from here Tuesday broke her rudder while just cast of the Grand Danks of Now land approaching mldoccan FoundI Sho proceeded steering screws Tho steamer Is duo In Ply mouth Monday but may bo somewhat delayed by the accident which how over Is not considered serious Automobile Kills 3000 Horse Pittsburg PaA horso valued at 8000 by Its owner H Vcrvack of Buffalo N Y sent here for the horso shbw which will open next week had to bo shot Friday after an automobile had struck it breakns both bind legs Klewa Indian Agent Selected Washington After a confer ence with tho president Thursday Secretary Garfield announced ho would offer Lieut Stockier of the Philippine scouts tho office of agent at the Klowa Indian reservation Brunagh Arrested In Detroit Detroit Sllch Deputy Sheriff Clay of Indianapolis arrested Friday afternoon at tho Hotel Cadillac Henry P Drunagh said to bo wanted 1n Indian apolis to answer to a charge In con nectlon with a recent paving Investi gallon in that city Iowa Central Shops Burned Marshalltown InFiro Friday night destroyed the Iowa Central car shops paint shops machinery stock teaches creatatllqaIONotl I r Kentucky Gleanings JAll News StatetParts of the DEPOSITIONS IN HARGIS CASE Testimony Taken For Use In Damage Suit of Cox Heirs Lexington Ky Depositions were taken In Ureathltt county by the plain tilt 1n the case of tho heirs of Dr B D Cox against Judge James Harglo Ed Callahan John Abnor John Smith and Jesse Spicer for 100000 damages against the men named for the alleged assassination ot Dr Cox during tho feud reign in Broathltt county The suit will bo tried here la Dec bin on a change of venue from Breath countyThe of John Smith As bury Splccr and Mrs Curt Smith have boon taken- John Smith reiterates his former testimony that he assisted In killing Dr Cox at the procurement of Judge lInt gin and Ed Callahan and that John Abnor and Asbury Spicer assisted in the killing Asbury Splcer corroborates him tn material points Mrs Curt Smith testifies that Smith Abnor and Splcer came to her home on the nlglrt of the killing about midnight on their way from Jackson to Crock etUrllle MERE GIVING Of a flank Pass Book Entitles Him to Kentucky Estate Frankfort KyQhe court of appeals affirmed the eof Ellen McCoys ad McCoyfrombefore her death gave her son Wil liam H McCoy a bank passbook show tat 1200 sad a note oa deposit and told tetra tt was his with f400 Tho ad ministrator eenteaded that merely giv tar him tb passbook and note was not a couplet and legal passing t tha title to the mODel oa deposit and the note but the court hero says It was and that he coa retain it The case of John IL Galbaugh vs James M Rouse and wife from Ken ton was also affirmed Rouse and wife seed for possession of a tract of land deeded to thorn years ago by Oalbaugh and all his brothers and stators Tho court hero says Rouse is entitled to tho land More Money For Soldiers Frankfort KyGQv J C W Deck ham has received a communication from Capt C C Calhoun enclosing drafts for 194322 collected for Span ishAmericaa war soldtara under tho acts of March 3 1899 and April 27 1004 tor pay to additional rejected members of the First Second and Third vestments of Kentucky Spanish American war veterans Big Stemmery Secured Paducah KyA deed transferring the big stemmery building to J A Rob inson representing the W C Grant Tobacco Co of Louisville by tho Im perial Tobacco Co of Liverpool Eng was filed In tho McCracken county court It means that ono of the big goat plants la Western Kentucky will a raim be put Into operation by Novem her IS May Succeed Lleberth Lexington Ky Charles H Duty in tomal revenue agent on accounts is In Lexington checking up the office of Collector Sam J Roberts and making tho periodical examination ot the din trIaL It Is rumored that Mr Duty will bo appointed to succeed the lato Geo Lloberth aa collector of tho Sixth In ternal revenue district at CovIngton i Want Local Option Election Marrowbono KrA petition con- taIning the necessary 25 per cent of tho legal voters of Monroe county has been filed with County Judge Joo S Miller asking that an election be held under tho county unit law to determine the will of tho peoplo of that county as to whether or not liquor shall bo re tailed there Saved theLouisville KyWhen the familx of L Wiseman which nunibor eight persons was asleep fire was discovered In the roar of the house When tho firemen reached tho scone tho flames wore eating their way to the upper floor but by quick pork all of the fam itT wero rescued Captured At Hopklnavllle HopldDsvlHe Ky Officora Outlaw awl McCord captured Alex Bausley 20 who is wanted at Legate Tons on the charge of shooting his brother and stealing a horse on which to escape lato Kentucky He la In Jail pending Instructions from Tennessee Cremated Herself Hopklosvllle KyMrs C a Hutch ineon the wife of a Baptist minister who was recently released from tho Western Kentucky Insane asylum died ot Howoll from selfinflicted Burns She poured kerosene on her clothing and sot It afire His Death LoulavillerA G Froy a salesman of Sprlnsflold 0 foil from tho win dow of his room on tho seventh floor of the Seelbach hotel and was Instantly killed All tho circumstances In connection with Frcys death indicate that it was an accident Col E F Clay III Lexington KyjCol B F Clay the venerable breeder and member of the state racing commission has boon ill for some tlmo and he boUoros his tiou tilesare primarily due to a taU set era wonthB aCoIr I i r Iiu roO JACK THE STABBER At Large InLoulsvlllePromlnenl- Women Are His Victims Louisville KYA typical Jack tho Stabber scorns to bo at large In this city During tho past two weeks two prominent young women have been his victims while walking along tho street The latest Is hiss Lots Now man who roaldea at CSC Wont St Cath arise Street As eke was passing along Fourth avenue between Brockearidgo and York Btrooa she was stabbed In the right hip by a genteel wolldrcased young man who proceeded on out the avenue Miss Newmans screams brought tho assistance of several ped cstrlsni and she was carried Into tho office of Dr Morgan Vance where It was found she hAd received a cut ono inch deep Two weeks ago Miss Jessie Lloyd daughter of ROT W W Lloyd was stabbed in a similar manner and the description furnished tho police by both victims Indicates that both wounds wore inflicted by the same man SERVE BUZZARD AND DUMPLINGS One Italian Is Dead and Three Others Are At Point of Death Corbin KyAn Italian section hand employed here Vy the Louisville ft Nashville railroad killed a buzzard and cooked the bird serving ItwltU dumpllnga Ho Invited three other Italians te extend the spread and with great gusto they tell ta and helped themselves Immediately afterward aH tour be came violently 111 Jl hour later the host died la groat agony aad his tteve c uatryss n are now at the point of death Physicians attending the raca say their condKien is due entirely to hav lug eaten rthe buzzard flesh The names ot the victims are not known to the authorities aa they ap pear on the Loulavilo I Nashville roe ord by number only- CHURCHILL DOWNS Has Been Offered to the State For a Permanent Slto For Fair Loulsvlll Ky Churchill Downs tho historic raco track which was pro vented from holding a raco meeting this fall because of the ultimatum of Sheriff BuIIRt that he would stop bet ting has been offered by 1U owners to the state fair officials aa a permanent site for the fair Douglas Park and Churchill Downs are both owned and controlled by the same people and both bare bson offered to tho state talc maaaffoment and It is understood that they are more anxious to dispose of Churchill Downs because ot its close proximity to the city Should lAo stato fair beard purchase Churchill Downs Douglas Park would In tho future bo the scene et the running of the Kentucky Derby Mysterious Shooting Ashland Ky Prestonburg near here Is shacked over the mysterious shooting of Theodore Calhoun a wealthy business man of Floyd county Ho was rushed to tltla city on n gpeclal train and removed to tho Gray sanita rium whore an operation was perform ed but the physicians soy ho can not recover Ills wife and son tho only ones who know anything at tho tragedy refuse to bo Interviewed Tho matter will bo Investigated Sy tho prosecutor Hod Carriers Strike Henderson KyAU hoc carriers In this city struck when tho Bricklayers1 union forbade then Vo use trowels la cleaning hods Not ia brick la being laid and work on several large build ings is suspended Contractors sus tain the hod carriers and say they will hold the bricklayers responsible A activeMadteonvfllo Ky This city was visited by a destructive fire A wagon factory two livery stables a fafcacc factory a repair shop ant six AvreH Ings were burned to tEe ground The loss fa estimated at 75000 partly coy ered by Insurance The origie la a mystery Killed During a Dispute Clay KyJohn Price slafd v Bhot and kllle John O McGlU married U an argument over SLB account Press made his escape and officers are oa tho search for him MoGUl was shut twice la the breast aid died la A tow minutes Grower le Arrested Cyathlana KyNewton Kearas to bacco grower WaS arrested on a war rant issued by the president of the Harrison County Tobacco c charg tag him with disposing ot mortgaged property Kearns was released n 500 bond Synod Adjourns OweuaboTO KyTo Kentucky syn od of the Presbyterian church adjourn ed to meet noxt year at Frankfort Alt 01 the details of tho consolldaUonot the Presbyterian churches In America and the Cumberland Proabytcrlan church wero completed Spoke on the Lie Hlckman KyJudgo Hagor demo cratic motnlnw for governor spoke hero to a largo crowd He dwelt much oa the liquor Question and tho Etandjiy ltd end tie epeeoh was gre with grMht tiI h y J I I I i o eMio o oicioisiolooloio oio o oio o vveM oiogv i East Kentucky Correspondences f News You Get Nowhere Else I jpicanepaueaca pibUakM aalua ilti 4 u toll by tar wrltei Tai ureao1lctlu lit u u grime If lute Wrttt 01nnnuuwwww CLAY COUNTY 1IU1UUNO SriUNGS Oct 25Mrs Carmack and tamlly have been spending the week at 1IIgh Knob whllo her husband made a business trip to HydenJoo Morgan and his brother Dan who have been spending the past year In eastern Oregon are visiting their mother in Leslie They intend to return soon to the west accompanied by our townsman Jesse Maggard M Brown has returned from Leslie where he took Dr Maggard who goes to resume his Bud Morgan his work as a dentist tin wife and daughter and AlbertPenning ton leave In the morning for Hamilton where he resumes his work in the Champion Paper MIllTho cosy little cottage of James Rawllngs is nearly completedJames and Fletcher Duck ner spent Sunday at their home The Sunday School rally lost Sunda was very well attended and the exer and inspiringinterestingclses were The Primary exercise Flower Girls I deserves special mention Rheubci McDaniel of Fogertown will soon his residence in our town I who wero out as isstingall the pupils with the farmwork have reentered is exattendanceschool The cellent ageln Quito a number from our county seat attended the Sunday Misses Boate School rally on Sunday of wrlghtof the Primary Department I the Derea College Model Schools schools and Invisiting Laura Click are Mlss Jackson and Clay counties Haagen had the pleasure of entertain- Ing ThursdayWednesdaythem on they visited the Burning Springs sc cols nntGtlTSIIADI Saulsberry has been Oct 24E O several fields of corn in tMs buying who hasMannlocality Mlos Ethel bookkeeper In the ctore her been owned by the Flat Lick Stave Co left yesterday for her home in Dour bon County Frank Wagers recent w fine pair of mules from bought u H Sevier for 3376M H FrederloU tine school at Mud Lick la hating u Miss Florence Burchell who is teach 4 ing here has organized a Sunday school and secured a good regular at tendance The Flat Lick Stave Com pony has purchased considerable cal I and thitimber In this neighborhood stave mill la kept very busy with plenty of rough staves on tho yard Oliver Wagers Is cutting some of his poplar timber thla fall He will set t rtto the Ford Lumber Co Marconi preached on Mill Creek Sunday t Dr 0 T Ricketts our popular phys- Ician ss kept very busy of late Gilbert Wagers expects to attend school at Bsrea during the com ing winter LAUREL COUNTY 11 e VII 0UTilt oct 21Regular services were hold in McWhorter church last Saturday and Sunday conducted by the Rev Mr Mqrgan and the Rev Mr Lows Messrs Ellc Frank and Tom Setsei are visiting at Mr Grant Setsero Most ct the sick lu this part are co- nialescentEnoch Dixon who lost his eyesight nearly two years ago is suf fering dreadfully lie has the sym pathy of tho entire community Charley Owen of Wilton was the gues of Mr Wyatt Saturday and Sunday Oscar Rader the hustling drummer was in McWhorter Saturday and staid BlockIschool Is progressing nlcoly with Prof James M Feltner as superintendent The baseball game between the Green 1mount and McWhorter teams resulted a for tho McWhorttr boys the scoro being 7 to 2Qld Uncle Ellsba Bowling is very sick at this writing There will be a celebration given at the Masonic Hall next Satur day by the Odd Fellows of this place Clint Holmes and family have removed to Dripping Springs Clay County William Jacob and Nacy Morris have gone to Harlan County to spend a week hunting Wm Green has returned to his home in Oklahoma accompanied by his two grandchildren BREATHITT COUNTY ATIIOL Oct 22The farmers of this place are very nearly done cutting corn I Jack Frost Is getting everybody in a 1e hurry about making their sorghum Elijah Strong has moved across the I river to his new farm near Tallega The little child of Boone Pences got burned up yesterday Its clothing caught fire and it lived but a few J hours Old Uncle Henry Gross of Mill Branch died a few days ago lie lived to be of a ripe old age Nearly every family of this vicinity has been dqwn with measles lately We are having a fine Sunday school at this place with a fine attendance JACKSO- NOct28 Mlsa Ora Mable Jaeckl for some time connected with the Acad II i I emy at Jackson has accepted a pos tlon as teacher of German and Hli tory in the High School at Greet vllle Miss which is accounted tho best high school in that state OnI her way thither she was a visitor tor several days at Berea OWSLEY COUNTY BAIIXKSTV1II4K Oct 2rWe are having fine dry weather now and the haulers are put ting in good time hauling staves to Heldelburg The S English Slav Company has shipped over five hundred thousand oil staves this year troJ their mills on Wild Dogc S Wyatt has returned from Clover Botton where he went to look out some stave timber for the S English Co He will preach at Vincent next Sunday Crawford Williams who came hereabout five weeks ago from Penney vania to work for S English has returned to his home He said Kentuck didnt suit him William Wyatt has gone to Rowan County to stay will his nelce Alice Armstrong who is a daughter of C S Wyatt Alex Creecl will move his saw mill to Dry Fork this week to saw out a set of about four thousand ties for F C Cart Ed Flanery has rented a house of S English and will move his family from Rosses Creek soon Ho also has got a good Job with Mr English The big coal bank that was opened up a few days back and was reported in The Citizen last week is a sure reality The bank is on the east side of DIg Sturgeon about one mile from Earn cstvllle near the mouth of Granny Dismal Creek in Leo County about 70 feet above tho bed ot tho creek When first found It faced about 48 Inches It now has reached CO Inches and faces that much with fine coal This Is on a level with the vein that Is being mined on Duck Fork three or four miles northeast TliAVULUinS IU1ST Oct 2GWe are having some nice weather There was born to the wire of B N MInter on October 24 a tine girl babyMr and Mrs Jas McQuwr were the guests of Mr and Mrs Clay Smith Sunday Tom Dunlgan and sou are drilling a new well for W P MInter and S P Caud lI +A D Cau dell Is visiting relatives and friend at this place Teachers of Duck Creek Sturgeon and Wild Dog preolncts held their association at Elk Lick school house Saturday October 19th with Supt G W Garrett in the chair The day was much enjoyed by those present ROCKCASTLE COUNTY rAULIY Oct 2GWo are thankful for fine LIIInglltonFriday Oct 2oN T I and daughter stopped with F M Pow der Oct 21 on their return from Ham llton 0 to Corbln Kyrs Nan and Winnie Kelley have returned from Berea where they had been visiting relatives this weekH N Reese and wife are visiting relatives at Rob netMr and Mrs J C Bullock art I visiting at London this week Saw illller of Corbin is visiting relatives and friends at this place Miss Ella Pace is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Shell at Livingston KyHenry Shepherd of Clay County has been visiting his brother Mr N B Shepherd Dan onder went to Livingston Saturday on business nooNK Oct 28 Harrison Lambert of Lee County has been visiting relatives grid rlends of this place this weekMany of the boys of this placo were called to Richmond last week on some business pertaining to the railroad company The Rev C S Wilson passed thru hero last Monday on his way to 811 rer Creek where he will hold A revival meeting Mrs Mary Wren visited Mrs W M Smith Sunday Sabbath chool closed Sunday with tow in attendance owing to the continued rain all early Sunday morning there beln resent only two teachers Mrs Daisy Lambert and T S Wren7Mr and Mrs T S Wren visited Mrs Joe Leav Itt Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Tames Lambert visited Mr and Mrs F W Lambert Sunday Miss Talltha Joylo visited Misses Lyda and Slnda eavltt Sunday It is reported that m Saturday night at Lynchburg dur ng services at that place several drunken men came and began tigh- tling and breaking up the meeting and running the congregation off Surely officers are scarce at that place to let drunkards enter a place of wor ship and completely run everybody off The thing to do Is to put whiskey tNt of the universe James Lambert and communityseren yiy 4a q a 1 l YIJcgo to pereathlsweok Ho lee gagec in the carpenter buslnessJoo and Robert Smith were hero on bu l cnss last week KOOKFOIII Oct 8Ir and Mrs B Sigmon of Green lull visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday successful revlva meeting is being held at Silver Creek Miss Mattlo McGuIro visited ller aunt Mrs Ollie Holt Saturday nnd Sunday Mr and Mrs W C Ogg oC Berea visited Mr Allen Ketron fat urday and SundayMrs Estella Payn was at Rockford one evening last wcok on business Robert T Abncy visited his slater Mrs P L Stephens Saturday night Tho regular meetings wer held at Massadonia last Saturday and Sunday Aunt Susan Ogg is Isltlng her daughter Mrs W H Llnvllle The Rev Mr Edwards and his wlCe are visiting at J J Martins MADISON COUNTY IIOTE Oct 27Farmers of this place arc not thru taking taro of their told yet Dave Garrett and Lawrence Garrett attended the speaking at Berer Friday evening by VicePres Fair banksTho Sunday school at this place is progressing ulcelyHudaoJ Powell is quite sick at this wrltlng Mrs John Jackson spent last Thursday with her daughter Mrs Davis ilouday of Kingston Mrs Molll Powell spent Saturday night with her nother Mrs S J Williams Jon Lawson of Garrard County has bought a farm from John Alcorn of this plat possession to be given Jan 1st 190 R C Adams the well known sing- Ing school teacher closed a ten days singing school at this place Friday right with a grand entertainment here was a largo crowd and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves JACKSON COUNTY flHKKN HALL Oct 25John Neely and Alphi Spence were married last Thursday nt J B Spences Tho Jackson Count Bargain Store has Improved the store building by building a clothing anll sleeping room In the rear they hat also put in one of Edlsons grapho IlhonosIt M Flanery IB building anew mill damRobert Wilson had tho misfortune to cut off ono of his lingers while building a hog pon The citizens of Green Hall met at the Ilckory Flat schoolhouse Oct 98 and organized a club known as the Qraei fall Square Deal Republican club ThE allowing officers wore elected WIN Hughes president J D icepresident William Duull8l1I ecretary R B Reynolds I J Da vis and A J Hamilton were appointed as committee on resolution A JJOOd1 may were enrolled and the followlni esolutlons adopted Wo highly commend the platform of the Republics arty In Kentucky headed by Augustus E Willson believing over plank In the platform to be for theI best Interests of the people of Kentuck We heartily endorse the policies of resident Roosevelt in tho course pur sued in national affairs We pledge ourselves to use all honorable moon to secure the votes of ovary Republics and every independent Democrat In our precinct who will vote for tho Republican nominees In the coming November ccctlonThere will be a meet hig held next Monday night nt Travis to organize a Square Deal club at that place and on Tuesday night a meet- Ing will be held at Black Water school house for the same purpose Ilurrul for Augustus E Wlllson All we sal for is a square deal and the victory Is ours KVKIIO KK1CV Oct 2GThe Rev Mr Walton if Tennessee will give a lecture on Sunday Schools at Lone Oak next Sunday Edward Lake his wife his son Jake and little Bob mado a business trill to Boron Friday and Saturdn1I1sa tertha Robinson of Gauley visited Lona Lake Saturday night Greet IcCullum of Hooten Creek in milking ties for Green Lake this weokJ W Jones is working at DobtownJobn and Leonard Martin are hauling eUvfi for J W AbramsYounger Norris killed a big copperhead today lilt bird dog found it George Mat Lake has returned from Hamilton 0 and larrled There are whispers of another wedding on Little Clover iiunit Oct 29We had n very nlco rain oday People of this community are all nearly thru cutting cornMr Lakes was the guest of It I Hale on Sunday nightWe are proud to sot den Hudson out again He has been sick for some tlmo1lr and Mrs Icorgo Benge were the guests of Mr and Mrs Irln Isaacs near Berea Saturday night Mrs Alma Watson ol lerea was the guest of Mrs Mary Hall and Mrs James Engle Saturday night and Sunday Frank Craley is build Ing himself a dwelling house Tom izblll has gone to Ohio where he will stay with his brother until Christmas Several from this place attended the rally at Kerby Knob last Sunday and sported a good time Miss Mary toward and Troy Isaacs were married at the home ot the bride Thursday e wish them a Jong happy life with lowers strewn their pathway t Oct 2fi = OOOCIILt Bliss Edna INl and l1id and Hattle Phillips from Frankfo attended Sunday school and church It Sycamore Sunday Leonard MarU says that unless his mind changes 110 will spend Christmas In Frankfo this year Walter Martin and his son have quit hauling cross tics and gone into the stave business Joo Callahan has had good luck hunting this tall lie has caught ono coon three possums and three pole cats slnco tho frost began to fnllW H Isaacs tlno saddle horse worth 200 lay down and died from some unknown cause last Monday Tho J W Abrams and Hays Stave Co is bucking staves on Horse Lick near Esom Johnsons this week Bert Phillips of Stanaroun has been very low with mumps but ho Is slowly Improving Kenneth Lunsford ot Sycamore Pike went to Wildle on business for Joo Drew on Monday Henry McGuIre anI bls daughter Rosy attended churcn lit New Hope Sunday mornlngEsmer Isaacs while escorting a young lady home fell and hurt himself very bad- lSo L Isaacs went on a business trip to Juan ta Wednesday lost Carcloi Lunsford left his home at Sycamor Sunday last and his whereabouts are now unknownS t Isaacs says he will not visit at Sand Gap any more for seven months Shelly Fuqun lost a fine wagon horse tho other nlght Wllllam Campbell of Lono Oak went on a business tjlp to Goochland last Wednesday AHKTIIIK Oct 28 Several from hero attends the Teachers Association held at tho Green Hill school house lost Saturday Those who attended reported a- very interesting and enthusiastic met- IngJlr and Mrs Roberts of ladle Territory and Mm Mary Quinn of Be rea returned to their homes last Mot day after visiting relatives hero for a row days Roy Radcr of Lexington with the C t O Railroad 3s visiting a few days at tho home of his grand parents Mr and Mrs K Iennlngton William Isaacs and Walter Mcdlocl left the first of the week on a three weeks drumming trip Andrew IaCIJ- of Bcroa was here a few days lut weekMrs Spicy Johnson and bor laughter went to MeWhortor IM VodnexUy Mrs Maud Neat baa boon very sick but la convnlowtsnt at this ttmeMrs HIJ ab th Gabban lied last Thursday of a oomplleatlor fo desoasec She was about Mrontj tears old and a faithful member or the Baptist Church We extend our deel1011t sympathy to the family and needs Aunt Rtne Johnwn is IT- alek of the grtpp Will Moor tack or at AnnvtJIo has quit hU BObofll to aoeept a position on Uw revise e tot Ice lIe la a teacher of TO parb quail ties Lw J Webb a very oftMoa teacher will probably finish the eehoi and teach a normal school afterward H F Mlntor was visiting the lsuPt in this part of tho county tMajor Jonos and wife of Lau jrol Cdunty passed through hero lut I hureday on their way to visit Mn ones father near here Frank Con ellus Is very 111 of tho measles Joo Johnson and Marion llolcotnb an bnck home with a drove of cattle I ULUIUUI Oct 22We are having loin of rain I at present Mr Harvey Moore Pres tOn Dunlgan and J S Moore enjoyed a splendid hunt yesterdayTho Re- publicanI Club met at Oak Grove las uursday with great success Som I me asked the Mildred corresponded I for another letter No one need ca1- lIon me I am always up and not asleep TVNKU Oct 25We are having some nice GoodmanI I AIItredand W R Radcr all reported a good I Ime Misses Maud Hamilton Lot lullock and Bertha Bullock attended Oak Grove church last SundayWi It Reynolds has laid in a nice lot of ChrIstmas presents H Y DEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business Ye Invite you specially to place at least it portion of your account with tiS whether large or small rsiJ4 I 1 Js YDEN KY NGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned ONN lFOSt i Uncastei KY 1 iNEmrOrSCHoOlS Figures Showing Thnt Kentucky I Far Behind Other States In Educat- Ing Children Theo following figures as to the ability of Kentuckians to read and write are sent out by the School Improvement League which Is trying to bring Kentucky up to the standard of othur states In this respect The facts glvell show that children of this proud atato have a poorer chance In life than thole of almost any other They should be carefully thought over by every ono who caresa for tho little ones andI should stir up such people to do nil they can for the schools in their dIs- trict and county Total population of Kentucky 2 t 147174 Percentage of illiteracy of total poj illation ten years of ago and ovci 165 Rank of Kentucky on the basis oC this percentage 37 That Is Kentucky stands 37th in I the list of States when their relative I positions are computed on tho basis of their percentage of illiteracy among tho total population ten years of ago and over I Total white population of Kentucky 1862309 I Percentage ot illiteracy of the while population ten years of ago and ore 128Rank I of tho State on the basis of i thla percentage 42 I There aro ten of tho best county In Kentucky noted for their woaltl good roads and historic families that show a total of C7SS native white illiterates of native white parentage lust 92 tower than the native whlto Illiterates of native white parental In the whole state ot Maine nearly twIce aa many u In tho whole slAte cf Massachusetts and over twice a many aa in Nebraska Percentage ot illiteracy of who XTulation ten years of ago and over In 1880 299- Percentage of illiteracy of who population ton years of ago and In 1S90 21C- Percentage overI of Illiteracy of population ten years of ago and aye In 1900 1G6 It appears from the figure just Rlv m that we made mush lee 1rogrsr romiseo to 1900 titan from 18SO t8 880 in wiping out our illltaraey N1 vl tho next census rtow- Porewtase of HIH raay of total n t lug white papufotiau 1S8 Rank of Kantueky oa this bMte X- IHirceiiMga of UIItefBajr of vrhtu Ot era 1U Rank of Kentucky on this bells 4 Iereontage ot illiteracy ot natty white voters of native parentage 166 Rank of Keatueky on this bIuM 41 There are UilrtyolRla OMIiiU Sa- lCentuoky IB when tUe poreMtag of literate whlto Btera is twenty Dr more in eight ot those the pereontag la thirty or more and Ic three It t thlrtyf1 voIIn 1900 tho wholo number of illllar ato whlto voters In Kentucky W8II 8617 a number at lout twice tko size of the largest plurality in a stat election In recent years Tho rural school census white 1s a Ittlo over 87 percent of the whol sChool census yof the State There Is scarcely flay percent of the chlldrei of school ago in Kentucky In an drool What shall ba done to Iut Toro children Into the rural dlstrlc chooli to provide thorn with longei terms better school houses better rOAds to travel on and better teach ersT The present law permits any runty to vote a tax lu bolUr suppor ot the public schools Not a single county In tho Stato is now uslpg tha privilege Mason County has n rpm clal county tax but It was not I secured nder the present state law According to the last report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruc Ion there are only 520 whlto district out of a total 7385 that have n tax to lengthen tho term or increase the salary Tho present term of the rural cchoo In Kentucky Is only one hundred and twenty days VOTE AGAINST THIS Bo suro to vote Tuesday against the reposed constitutional amendment which reads as follows Persona who havo not at leant sixty days before tho election at which they offer to vote paid In full all tale county municipal district and school taxes for the year previous to- the ono in which they otter to vote SHALL NOT DE ALLOWED TO VOTE Should the amendment carry you will have to produce your tax receipt at the polls to enable you to vote if hallenged you will Lave to pay your taxes by the first of September in sadt of the last of October as now It would prevent from voting many many poor honest voters who have na- much right to vote as the richest under the Constitution it now stands It is understood that King Alfonso Qf Spain will soon go to London to examined by an expertln rQnsump SonV from which his father died GEN BUCKNER BOLTS Continued from Pint rAre and to give their action tho semblance of validity they did not hesitate to unto date tho time of their fraudulent action What has followed since Is a matter of history some of It of judicial his tory Wo have but to study the deci slon of our highest court to find the methods pursued by this machine The right of tho people to freely express their will In their choice of their offi cials Is denied Ballot boxes are stuff votlntIto law pending the election criminals of every class are imported as repeaters and are allowed during their stay to pursue tbolr vocation of robbery under the protection of tho police Ilion est election officers are driven from the polls peaceable citizens are knock ed down beaten and Imprisoned for no other offense than of complaining of wrongs and offending policemen are strongly commended for their violation ot law aud promoted for their crimesiBocletyI the list of your candidate I find that some ot them weroIthe direct beneficiaries of some of the fraudulent elections 1 have sketched some aro seeking In violation of the spirit of our Constitution to rotate from office to office all of them as far oa I can learn have aided and abet ted tho porprotratlon of the political crimes which have brought discredit upon tbo State and destroyed the life of true Democracy If as you say the Republican party Is the common enemy of such a mn rhino as I have feebly described It should not be imputed to them as a crime but commended on a cardinal virtue And their assistance m an effort to overthrow an organization which under the banner of the Dom ocratic party is warring against every principle of Democracy should be welcomed and applauded by ever true Democrat and lover of his country For until this machine Is overthrown there can bo no hope of reaueUMlnR the life ot true Democracy ITUG ATTBNT10N OF VOTBRS Is ailed to what looks like an attempt by the Democrats to dWraMktee a- innbor of Republican NoUcM havo fen mint to certain men that tlHtl- rrltbt to vote Is oballengwl sad they nust po to Richmond to prove their right Whore the challenge la a well stifled ono this to of court all right but when a number of three are NUt Mil wttbout reason It means that U number of raw must take th tiny and tJtODQ to go to Richmond or kwe heir votes Some of them cannot pare the tine or leave Act the money so this scheme of etMUvntCP asana that MANY POOU IMPUHU TANS WILL L08H TUHIH VOTES I CANDIDATES AND SALOONS The AntiSaloon Laasjue KM pine bully endorsed tha lUpHbltoMi ticket It takes recount only ot what Uw men I ave mid to IT and so dow not stack Ilssor but olcewhere he has said hat ho is for whatever the Democratic part boleros in which of course hews he la not a strong temperance man The Leagues statement fol owjc I On tho tint of October wo sent letters of inquiry to all tho candidates tor Governor OJid Lieut Governor hose letters naked the attitude of J andldatcs as to the extension of tho County Unit Law the enforcement of the liquor laws a measure to sop rate saloons from allother business nnll possible other legislation I L L llckett prohibitionist an wercd all questions favorably 8 W lager democrat did not answer buti Bent word to this office through Pros lent M B Adams that ho stood by I his former letter to Rev L C Kolloy under date of May 25tu This letter commits Judge linger to the extension of tho county unit law and to law j enforcement A H Wlllson rcpubll Jaes- n replies In perfect frankness that I ho takes the platform of his party at Its word as regards the extension of tho county unit Jaw and tho full en orccment of law ho adds 1 shall lot mako any protected about any veto or approval of any measure until it Is framed considered and fairly heard xccpt In so tar as the republican plat ofm binds me I believe In temper anco I bellow in Sunday closing and I expect to do my duty In accordance with that belief In this race wa can only say Pick your own man Senator Wm II Cox republican candidate for Lieut Governor answers most fully and satisfactorily in every my lie agrees to appoint to the ate committee on Religion and Moralsitmen who have both at heart His record for eight years in tho Senate Is tho best kind of proof of his favor to our cause South Trlmblo rfomocrnt ias not replied to our loiter at all It Is our firm belief that the cause of temperance will bo best served by the election of Wm II Cox In the legislative and Senatorial contests we cannot urgo our friends r- too strongly to vote only for men known to be favorable to our cause To do otherwise is to imperil all chances of our gaining anything at rankfort next winter I J 1 U