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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ittDENT b Off i CE I3EHEA KY X 0 oofooeoooeosloeoeo oet trn BEREA PUBLISHING 005-O OUATKI 0STANLEY FRIST Manager a S BIIntd at tlot h o nt ter n KItUrtmod a 0eiametl matter oeoeooooooeoooooo THE CITIZENDevoted Interests Mountain People I Vol IX drive cents a copy BEUEA COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 14 1007 One Dollar a yearNo 22 INEWS OF THE WEEK Business Trouble Hanging On Plan for Ponce In Central AmorlcaDlg Corn Crops The buslnew troubfc of this coun try do liot got mfleh bettor Thero hi Uon over 60000090 lit gold brought from Kurope to Inset the demand or people for cash but this JIM only been enough to prevent a jxvtilo and luw not Improved the situation peraunenUy Kuropoan hanks have tried hard to keep thoir wold but the America banks are paying such high rate dInterest that tho none leaders are sending nil their pare onah to Slats country Several plans to use cheeks Instead of money are being tried but hnvo not solved the iirobtpra Meanwhile million or dollars have ben sent to the west and south lo RJ for the new crop and those parts or tho country are very pitwporoiM Return to the Deiwrtmetit of Ag rlrulturo on the crop of eon IndiCAte a total yield of 2M7MUOO baslwli f Vn average of twentyvis tiuslMte per c acre an compared with n yield of 20i bushels per aero In 1906 President HooioVClt promised to recommend to Congress the removal ot tho duty on newspaper and to have the Department ot JuUeo InvMtlgHl the papor combine which it U nllogo hoe boon foruwl to control the prtc and which Is practically dictating tile amount and quality of paper that any publisher may Buouro an woll na UC price Tho steamer Lusllanla again broke her own worlds record from Kurojt to Wow York The trip was made In four days nineteen hours and ten minutestFire In iQulque Chin caused a I Hof over 1000000 and rendered 100 people homoloM It U estimated that 4000 peopJo wer killed In Karatach and about 10000 In Dansuak by the earthquake about three weeks ago Tho town of Kara tagh was completely destroyed President Zolaya of Nicaragua 1roaldent Davlln of Honduras And President Klgucroa of Salvador mot In conference at Amalapas and agreed on a plan to keep peace in Central AmericaAt Newport rows shipyard last week wrk was begun on tho laying of the keel of the 20000toa battleshIp Delaware Seven armed bandits last Thursday blew tho safe In tho Interstate Hank at Canova S D and secured CEOO They made good their escape The annual national convention tt the Womens Christian Union began Friday Agulnaldo formerly the leader i r the Filipino Insurgents was a guest at tho functions given In honor tf Secretary Taft at Manila He expressed his belief that the Secretary visit would bo productive ot much goodPreparations for the cruise ot the battleship fleet to the Pacific coast Are being pushed President Rooso vclt and other high officials will re view tho fleet as It calls from Hamp ton Roads on December 1C Tho striking telegraphers all over the country decided to return to work but most ot them found that thdlr places wore filled and many were turfed away Tho result proved that president S J Small who trIed l prevent the strike and was drive out ot his office was right and that the men who forced the strike Were wrong The Santa Fe Railroad WU convict ed In Lot Angeles of 61 violations or the Untied States law against giving rebates on freight and was lined 330000The of directors ot the James town exposition reported to the stock hofders that the exposition bad dOled with a debt of over 1000000 There is some property it holds but not eaough to pay this and there is JlI doubt that the big fair has neon a failure A fjre In Chicago on Thursday night caused the deaths of ten per sons The cause of the blue is not known It was reported in Washington that Miss Katherine Elkims daughter or Senator Elkins of West Ylrglnja would marry the Duke Qf Abbruxr1 the Italian nobleman oho has made such a great rcputatibn as an explorer He Is cloeely related Jo the king of Italy and It la not Impossible that he pray some day become king so that this American girl may sit on the throne of the Caesars A tire hiJ big grain elevator in Dujutb WInD caused a toile pi nearly jtOOQ009 So OOO bushels of wheat were burns to the of the THIEVES BUSINESS AND POLITICS Now that the election is over the money of the oust seem pretty important As We have said be fore the trouble was brought on because some men who happened to be rich enough to get control of some banks used other peoples money to speculate yith and lost it That made people afraid that other men wore stealing and everybody wanted cash at once There I is not enough cash to go aroundso there was trouble IBut back of that was the real fact that the people everywhere arc afraid that the big business concerns I that have borrowed their money to do business will be punished for breaking the laws So they are afraid to invest more moneyand the businesses do not get along well Many ot these big trusts and corporations are in danger 1 He president has said that he is going to pun ish every ono that has boon breaking the laws and most of them have been doing this They may be made to pity big fines Of course that will hurt them und when tfiey are Ifurt business everywhere will suffer soon there will begin to be lass money het e and then we will all look around to see who has made the trouble and sue what we can do to stop it When that time comes people will begin to sny here as some of them are already saying in the east that the President is making the trouble because he is punishing the companies and men that have ben break ing Most men that say this are men that arc afraidof being punished themselves or arc paid bymen that arc afraid of being punished Vatch out for them The president is right The men that have broken the laws are to blame in the first place Anyone can see that Their breaking them has made money for them but it has taken it away from the people it belonged to Perhaps not very much from each person but altogether a lot and it has come from all of us So they deserve to be punished Aura the hurt it will doyou Bud vie while itis dad is the best thing we can have These men have got the habit stealingdo you think theywill stop if they find that won punished for fear of hurting us all No Thcy will go right on and in the end we will lose more than if we all turn in right now and punish them even if it does hurt us It will cost some now and it may cost a lot but it has got to de done some time and the sooner it is done the less it will cost so Roosevelt is right in saying that he is going to punish has committed the crimes That is the way to have a law anyway and particularly that is the warto have the laws administered now when we have a chance to cure a lot of troubles andpunish the big thieves Andanother men that are likely to get punished have a great deal of money and they are trying to Roosevelt who has done so much for us all Theyown newspapers that they make lie about him and hire men to go about trying to make people turn against him and they hope next year to nominate a Republican for president that will stop all the good that the Presi dent has been doing and let the trusts andcorporations steal all they can get their hands on And some of these very men have helped make the hard times and arc help ing now in hopes that theycan blame it onto the Presi dent and scare you and me into helping fight him So when you hear a man say that the President has caused the hard times remember that the hard times are hardest on the moll who have been stealing from us and that they will be a lot harder something isnt done about it right away If we all remember that there will hot be any danger of the thieving corporations run ing the government for us If we forget it there will be danger BECKHAM BEATEN Will Not Be Elected Senator Willsons Majority Grows President Pleased With Result The fuller returns from the state election which have beea received since the last issue of The Citizen show that Willsons majority will be several thousand anger than We pre dieted It will probably be about 18 090 and there U no doubt that all on the ticket were elected The Jlepub llcona carried the 3rd 6th 8th 10th and 11th Congress districts and polled votes than in 1903 This last fact proves what The Cit teen said lastweek that the victory Is not due to tht Republican party but to the dlaeiatlsfled Democrats who rctcd wiUs tho Republicans as a rebuke to the ring and its methods In spite of this fact a large number of the small mean pie hunters that hang around the edge o every party have begun to bowl for offices and are trying to make Mr Willsons work of giving good government as hard as possible The men who have tone most for the cause are satisfied with the victory and the good governrconj that li coming but the people that sat still ara now yelling that they did It and must be rewarded Mr WHlson In making plans for his inauguration is going to have the ceremony as simple as possible as is right In a man ot the people lie seems to feel the debt that the Repub licans owe to the good Democrats an will evidently remember them and not try to make a clean sweep of all offices where good work has been doneWhile the Republican state ticke won so easily the criminal which tho ring has fastened on tho state seems to have kept the Re publicans from getting control ot the legislature tho there will be some doubt as to this till the official return are to Of course unless the hays this controls they can only halfgovern the state and the Demo crats will be responsible for any now laws and for any bad laws that are not repealed It seems likely however that enough good Democrats have been elected fp Join with the Republicans In Improving the state ft great deal There If hardly a chance that Beckham will go to the U B Senate and there U a possibility that Bradley will flo so tho that hardly seems likely unless the Republicans are in full control It may be that there will pe 4 dead lock and that no one will be BentThere is good hope too that the gerrymander ottho state will bo re pealed and that the next state election will be a fair one Several of the Democrats have said that they are willing to Join with the Republicans in passing such a law and it they keep their word great good ought to result The result In Louisville Is better than appeared at first and the official returns give Willsons majority there as 8933 and Grlnstoads as 4864 Continued on Jut parr tale kel- i iI By JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY CopyrUhl teSt lobe by Jim NVhltcomb Hiltr llh I Orphant Annies come to our house to slay LITTLEwash the ctfpj an saucers up an brush theI 1 crumbs away j- An shoo the chickens off the porch and dust the hearth 4 an sweep f- An make the fire an bake the breadan her boar jjjKAnWe set around the kitchen fire an has the moslesi fun A listnin to the witch tales at Annie tells aboulfe An the Cobble unsat guts you JWEf you Dont i Watchnout Oncl they was a little boy wouldnt say his prayers nv Anwhen he went to bed at night away up iiis mammy heerdhim holler an hisdaddy alainjAn when they turnt the kivvcrs down he Art they seeked him in the rafter room iAnr I Out all they ever found was this hispanic an roundabout An thcGobbleunsllgityou u n J 1I 1 Ef you Dont mss THINGS TO THINK OF No power on earth nor under the earth can make a man do wrong with out his own consentSharplese Parents should bo cautious about giving their children permission to stay out of school Every day out Is a day lost to the school work They cannot make it up They will soon bo behind and want to stop at tending school find fault with the she is partial etc when all tho time the parent is to blame President Qarflelds Epitaph Llfei race well run lifes work well done lifes crown well won May ours be the same School teachers and pupils who sing America will be interested to know thtttwO more stanzas have been suggested for this hymn Dr Henry Van Dyke declares that as it stands thet hymn applies to New England oily not comprehending the West and South sand suggests that the following stantaa be added I love Ihlno inland seas Thy groves and giap trees ThyitoUlng plains Thyv rivers mighty sweep Thy mlstlc canons deep Thy mountains wild and steep All thy domains i Thy sliver Eastern strands Thy Golden Gate that stands Fronting the West Thy flowery Southland fair Thy sweat and crystal aIrO land beyond compare x Then I love best It is better to be safe than sorry Our wprlc counts for more than our Wit Out l oeoeotwspso The Citizen cooUsing IOMooeOMoaoaoaOMoaoopoaQ An one time little girludedluc 11hand grin An make fun of an all her bloodan kin ti 1j An onct when they was companyan ole folks was there j She mocked em an shocked em an said she didnt care tiJTheyAn they snatched her through the ceilinfore the knowed what shes about An the IIlt VU 7 r 1yEfDant gE WkteK f J coil t An little Orphan Annie says when the blaze is bluer J An the lamp wick sputters an the wind goes l An you hear the crickets quit an the moon It tray An the lightnin bugs in dew is all squenched sway You better mind yer parents an yer teachers fond an dear An churisK them at loves you an dry the orphants tear jAnUiep the pore an needy ones at dusters all about ftthe Gobble uns11 git you Ef you c Dann IWatchye Outs thatjadvertisIng lost 5 bill and n stranger who bad picked up ono on the streets read the advertisement and restored the bill to the advertiser A few days later while looking over waistcoat he had laid off tho original lost bill was found in a pocket He says advertising pays 100 per cent Utlca PreIsI Do not think of your own faults still less of others faults In every person who comes near you look for what is good and strong honor that rejoice In Itand as you can try to imitate itJohn Ruskln Its hard to stay blue when you are the lot of another NEWS AND FEATURES ON OTHER PAGES PAOB TWO BerialTh Cattle of Lie Hood and Tana Improvement rAQR THREE M wof H rn Caller IUmi Btndlei la Taxation rjioc VOCR ComntaU Trust Regulation rNaturo Cure PallaeyM The Church and Divorce Temperance Note PAQJE yiVE The Tnth Department Th Sunday School feuen FAOB BIX The Tarm Th School fcy Trof J W Dlnitaer 7AOB0ZTXK Qeaeral Kwi taeat Slat News Plea ZIQHT autr Zeatankf C rTeponda e stsctotrreoaenuen si is Growing Rap x 0 MADISON Temperance troubles Pretty whoever 4000Emore gerrymander Republicans teachersay everone I Gobblcuni tuooool to Ir a brightening foiltlcallleialU IPOWERS AGAIN ON TRIAL The fourth trial of Caleb Powers j accused of planning to murderippebel has practically begun at Georgetown Powers is ready and anxious for the trial to go on tho he fears that poll tics will again be forced Into it and 4 that he will be convicted whether of no because the Democrats hope to put Willson In a position where he will have to pardon him or lose popularity In his own party The trial was set for Monday but over 100 of the 133 witnesses that the state has called from the mountains had not appeared and so on the request ot the states attorneys the case was put over for i one day When court met on Tues i day the trial was really begun by Pow tl ors lawyers who laid before the court the pardon which wad given him by GOT Taylor The states attorneys + objected to its being shown at all and 1 the fight was oil I Most of the day was spent in the i discussion ot the pardon and it was af finally ruled by the court that It1s j valueless It was expected then thatithe trial of the case would begin it once and would be pushed along its soon as a Jury was secured The CItizen nest week fnd every week as long as the trial lute Will I I have good accounts of the case which Is ot such great importance not only to the man whose life has been put at stake so often because of politics butibecause the name of justice in tucky la on trial before a world which has almost come to believe that there Is no such thing as a fair and im partial court in tblatote Ask is one pt the most Important + words In modern life You surely wont get what you dont ask for Ad vertising is asking Advertise F10 1 BTARTHUR HENRT KSSTj Qfi87i 6 6pAWrA7 veCtlllrfYJ CHAPTER XIContinued An Immense man stood stingy at the window awaiting us Isis bearing was slovenly as was his attire Tho spec tacks and the puffy face unnaturally pale suggested the habits of tho stu dent Hut the eyes small crafty and very bright Instantly corrected my first Impression and left mo baffled and vaguely distrustful It was the wan whose reflection I had seen In the pierglass Ah my cousin at last Georges this Is Mr Haddon an American Ho comes to tho chateau at Alterhoffen as our guest It was Impossible to doubt that ho had spied on me with Madame do VaricrB consent But I was certain that ho heard of my consent to go to AUerhoffen with positive annoyance I was not blind to tho significant look that passed between them the eyes of Madamo do VarIer dilating In tri umph and defiance Dr Stanra Equal ly defiant and sullen Evidently there was discord In the camp Dr Slarva did not welcome the fly that had consented to walk Into tho web Well so much tho better A little discord might prove useful Madam Is an admirable host Dr Stana said slowly In French But If the guest Is to be quite happy he must be content to amuse himself as madam wishes The words were almost a threat I looked with repulsion at this pale Ilabby shuffling giant It would be well to be on my guard against him lie might be dangerous But half the baHlo was won In realizing that Madame de Varnler met his bold sally Insolently careless- A diner messieurs she cried gay ly and took my arm leaving the huge Dr Starva to follow CHAPTER XI- ITreachery Three hours later Dri Starva and myself were on the little steamboat en route for Vltznau a Journey of an hour I had met him at the quay ho was alone Madame do Varnler he coolly Informed me had taken an earlier boat I was not to see her un til next morning Frankly I scarcely liked that I could have wished for a more con genial companion However I was embarked on an adventure and must take things as they came It was to be a game of give and take I was deliberately permitting myself to be their tool for tho moment I was to serve their purpose My wages fqr the sere ice were to be the opportunity of find Ing Sir Mortimer Brett Until I had penetrated the mystery of his disap pearance t would bo as clay to their hands Perhaps It might be necessary to be their partner for the nonce in their Intrigues They might wonder at my docility or guilelessness but they should not question It That was the delicate task I must bend myself to for tho present We had seated ourselves well for ward aud wore quito alone for at this late hour the boat carried few pas Rcngcro The wind coming from the enowclad peaks was piercing I shin ered but rather from excitement than frosi the chilly air Already the lights of Vltznau could be seen dimly through the thick mists Dr Starva rolling a huge cigar in the earner of his loose sensual mouth regarded me fixedly under shaggy eye browsIt Is cold We must have some cognac Without asking for my as seat ho summoned a waiter Even In so trivial a matter as tho appropriateness of refreshments his tone was more a command than tin In vitation The cagnac would be welcome enough but one less observing than myself might havo noticed tjio alacrity with which ho welcomed the excuse for the liquor Doyou know what It is to hav- ehiadacherho a mired and fumbling clumsily Id Ills waistcoat pocket he produced a tiny packet NoV said yawning and watching him Ali you are fortunate this little oPiet lsA great bbhetaacto to4e roughthortlJd hate we reip sigp ate ty N irepointed I1ta lng of distantrgmthotlandln g stage we1 w r cda Ing In nildtalr tim JiackclOf powder preparatory to placing It an hrs t r I i 1 Qrfik 4wllhreb9trontcdbther- ewasnotuuiclulogo tlw mist cn I ir J bay jap pLMeUbow1ng Colrnllc r6veil eai I a t a 1 dsa1ilfl Y J front of frie Wtl H ku lit tttarv lWas yews fllliid Afi1 f pbpcd itto raM mo I carighVagljn s4 ora white yowdor In the trottoai my giasd Dr Starvaa headacJMj powder Henj ws treachery Jndeedfc lint Ia sclel lifted niy 41 eyesslpwllr Dr tractemptywas backsThoe ir lie mWI1 exsurso was ulaced at v his lips But his ratlike eyes were watching me narrowly I had need to think and act quickly Tho powder was a narcotic to deaden my senses That must bo prevented at any cost and yet he must think that I had taken the drug lIe had called my attention to the hotel while ho cleverly slipped the powder Into the glass I ought not to bo less adroit As the walter passed around the table his decanter In hand I thrust out my leg and tripped him up neatly Ho fell against Dr Starva tho decan ter still held carefully aloft In that moment of confusion I emptied tho contents of my glass Into my handkerchief When Starva furious and perhaps suspicious pushed the man fiercely from him and looked at me I was laughing heartily at his mis hap the handkerchief In one hand the other holding out the glass for tho brandy tho fingers closing over it to hide It from his view Santo ho cried boisterously and drained tho contents of his glass at a gulp I followed his example and In spite of the powerful liquor I tasted or fancied I tasted the dregs of the bitter drug Pah I cried In disgust and was careful to hand tho glass to the waiter Instead of placing It on tho table I have tasted better brandy than that In my Ute Tho expression of disgust promptly assured him that I had really drunk IThe Was the potion given me But now that I was supposed to have taken It I won dered precisely what effect it should have on mo and how soon that effect should bo felt Fortunately he concerned himself with our luggage for the boat was al most at the dock When ho returned my side I greeted him in sleepy in difference lie looked at nib keenly I was not blind to his satisfaction He shook my shoulder Vftft III Itt Are wo arrlveilt it roan 1Pfeet Unstealty Yes r itdldloftaseagoraThe had al ready left the boatt JXo descended the gangway slowly Dr Starvas arm mine M We enteredIhe closed carriage that awaited usslnIuiohedClumsily into Jibe vehicle and sat croijchQ nip Jo Jho corner my head creak tirn my breast I assumed It sate aad flUta that I should acal sobly lodiffer ant as to whattpass d not CertainlY by this time the drug wouMhaid taken some effect had I srvnllowcdlt- But I need not saythatI IittdiWWl t Ith me t 11r nIehehim I confess t1 watched him out of ho corner of my oypln some iropldt + Ion f fs 1 i I was thankful be produced othlng moro rcrm ddlilo a 1rVIJ cI a f lE qat iFor Y astonlslimcnhe e tit slipped from IIwore and took my hat front mj head substituting the garments iihes ahead takes from his ba1i I have Iltugl ctaoud his eon ddenc n mrcbn IItlo wlid sli tM lute and eta antics so extraordinary Wkcn I left the carriage presently surely the driver trust see the change J n my attire and olive his suspicions unless he were m Dr Starvas confi dence And this fact did not escape me The hat dirt not Ingulf me as it must have tone had It been Dr 3larvas Then If It were not his own In an Instant I bad guessed some thing of his gamo CHAPTER XIII I Mnquerade Unwillingly It must hove been after midnight when tho carriage drew up under tho porte cocliero of tho hotel Dr Starva alighted and met the conclergo at the vestibule I heard little of what was said at first but the surprise of the conclergo was evident Ho tossed his arms about and burst into excited protests Presently and I could see that Starva was annoyed at the action he came to the door of tho carriage and peered within I sat huddled up In tho corner apparently asleep Ho is very IIIhis Excellency cried the oonclorgo in French Listen to me sternly replied Starva In the same language That fs not his Excolloncy Imbecile That Is only a tourist a Mr Haddon You understand ho repeatedly slowly shaking tho conclergo by the lapel of his gorgeous coat that Is only a touristThe fellow looked at Dr Starva be wilderedMais mats mals ho stammered In expostulation pointing at me Appearances are sometimes treach erous said StarvH grimly and added with marked carelessness Is Madame do Varnlor arrived An hour ago muttered the man his round eyes still staring at me Then do you think fool that his Excellency would come to this hotel at midnight and nt the hour that she arrives Are no tongues to talk Aro there no eyes to pry If Mr Haddon he emphasized the name prefers to be nursed by a Packet Lifted at His Lips to could there beautiful woman shall I his physician refuse But for his Excellency to bo nursed by a beautiful womanat Ieasthe added meaningly for the world to know itnow do you J8tfj derstand He towered over the little concierge vJpdctlveInto tho servants unresisting hind a number of crisp notes The band fdf the conclergo closed over them oving ly his broad good humored face slow iy expanded Into a smile of perfect onjprpboiiBfpnrt 01 4 i But CSIiI see ItnIHis ifcarly arf the nosebnmy acet rrhe JIkle wretch placcrthledorcfngerbn that Prgsji gqd w ilicc1r ati TlC you lWJ seolthat rthereare prlr9J1ertHpently feU The porter may leave the bag age below tisfnce IMr Haddoh goei early tomorrowvWdrnlng with his mrso and his nhyf4IwHe must Tbgrolalalong hall dtiunc with plCQrn fpg the dlltgrnco dtlryryou will Us 1YpuFilliii ij ijiDr Starva Dow p t on wlUf1Iedyes slowly amtWultcrca 3mcthitg the effect that wo mll arrived Ughjng I grasped his erm mdcban 1 nlI and wo proceeded slowJYlnt9- Ltpe hcitelacroSiftthd tall w e v hamnl1H The elevator as well AS the hail and corridors was aescrtrk iU tbli tU hour We met no ono Arriving nt tho suite of rooms al loted to us the concierge was sum manly dismissed But before ho left us the servant Insisted on whispering to Dr Stnrvn those words which no doubted startled him AS much as they dldmot Tho sister of his Excellency Is li tho hotel Shall I tell her that Dr Starva clutched tho shoulder ol his informant and hold him In a force vteo like grip- Thrice limos stubborn fool he growled what concern Is It to Mr Haddon that the sister of Sir Morti nor Brett Is at this hotel Certainly you will not toll her lie thrust his spectacled pallid face close to that of the trembling servant Then releasing him suddenly hi pushed him without the IItJo con c ergo rubbing his shoulder ruefully Immediately ho regretted this tin nuwsnry violence Ho stepped out Into the corridor and I guessed that ho had smoothed the injured vanity of the coldlaced official with moro of th crisp notes Ho had scarcely entered the room again before ho admitted Madamo de Varnlor and again Uio key was turned They lost no time In vain talk or congratulations an tho success of their trick whatever Its meaning might be Dr Starva half led half carried me Into a bedroom adjoining There I was put to bed with ns little cote mony as a helpless Infant Is disposed of for tho night For a moment Starva looked down on me grimly Then he disappeared closing the door carefully behind him Now Indeed I understood why Helena Brett and her mother had been so startled when first they had seen mo why Madamo do Varnlor had shown herself no less concernedwhy- I had caught Dr StArva spying on me why It was plotted that I should be drugged nnd brought hither in this melodramatic fashion In the worlds history there have been many Instances of men playtai the pretender but certainly none moro Innocent than myself I should bo dense Indeed now did I fail to comprehend everything from Madame df Varnlors first greeting to the episode of the cloak and hat I recalled tile womans ghastly despair when she had read the telegram In the kursaal Ho Is dead she bad repeated over and over Sir Mortimer Brett minister pleat potentlary at the court of Sofia ww dead Tho adventurers for some pur pose of their own not yet to bi guosscd bad deliberately planned that I be mistaken for him at this hotel That the ambassador was dead was a bitter disappointment to my hopes Tho opportunity to fulfill the task that Helena had given me was not to bi mlno after all And now that I know that what further excuse had I to be as clay In the hands of those people I was tempted to burst Into the room there to prick tho bubble of their Id trlgueBut if I did that though I might bat fib the execution of their plans I should bo utterly Ignorant as to the nature of those plans Tim danger to myself in continuing to play the roll of accomplice was very great The of fleers of the law would not be so touch Ingly simple as to believe that I wai abetting the plans of this procloui couple only with a vfew of bringing thorn to Anal justice But much more alarming than POlO ble danger to myself was the fact thtt Helena Brett wash this hotel Before morning a cruel but just chance might bring us taco to fact and In her eyes I should stand can vlctbd of the grossest villainy WIt diabolical cunning Dr Starva had la aisle that I was Mr Haddon and yd ho hat deliberately planned that Ibe mistaken for Sir Mortimer Brett Thf intent to deceive was obvious When that wore proved on my head would fall the greatest censure For who would bcllovo that I was an inns cent victim But I had gone too fAr to retreat now Or rather I hall not gone far enough Granted that Hit Mortimer Brett were dead and that my elaborate plans to rescue him front tho hands of theao adventurers were a failure tho fact remained that for sOmo dark purpose of their own the concenlllllioJuJjIng lhat l noylclKO for bus 1n lose pmst tie brought to Justice That justice c ld bo obtained surely and swiftly only at risk to m- U4f nowfeyes 1 toranghti I know they were rwotchB9 mar werft oven In th mows this ins aijt Ilay quite still breath igg ate mllsb r Wo hanjjloX the dOor was fgrilp4 thn weteht of TJp 3amrnddMiV t TKo flaVcl6tiinlbbllctrldtfglitpfcU on IIi fact Hft sHc J mUtter liilrt 61lcT6nUns tossing about Ani iUInIiU111YiUcofrptnthegll1r- ethcn I was alone again f tJiw 1 r a ronpk lIttlagartha neriqantlijedroPprThe qtSlrIomost bp nUlo tAarI bar dt the stet m noVdl tllmaster orf leaped lightly to Uio flWr f Up- tdc71lothQ clo4a dbflr Td hey coaf CiOaeilat tfl 1 qtoU me to soft anything rodni lIqYPJIJ Itrh911ak3Er il9utWY a jvs scaQlEekcertaLnhlIjwae lien r nightlywt tt ri 1011e- ro I BB COKTIMUBOJ M- J t- a FAR JY1 111iN ROAD DRAINAGE Importance Which It Sustains to the Durability of Macadam Con atructlon Vnlor should never bo permitted to remain uudor a macadam road It softens tho foundation BO that the broken stones me forced down Into It by the wheels of vehicles thus theIand heaves the broken stone do stroying the bond between the stonis and causing tho larger stones to rise to the surface As a result tho ma terlal In tho HubRrado Is forced up Into the interstices between tin stones and In the spring thn macadam will be found to bo rough Irregular In shape and weakened There are sov oral ways of removing tho dltncnlltits with subsurface water at least In part Cross Section of Three Typical Macad am Roads Sometimes If the grndo In raised In wet places tho trouble will be lose ned particularly It porous material are used Side drains may Ira constructed la JIItloutaldenarrow trenches filled with broken stono or small gravel stones with n pipe five or six Inches In diameter near the bottom Tho pipe IK laid wllh open I points true In grade and Is ensued to a propor outlet Snmrllmn the pipe Is omitted and thn entire trench flllri with stones In which ease It Is called a blind drain Such drains serve in cut off tho subfliirfarn wati r before It can Rot under the macadam A trench of n width Identlral with the width of tho macadam may bo excavated for a depth of from 13 to 18 Inchon In tho renter and to a depth of from six to eight Inches nn the sides shaped on tho bottom like a flattened letter V This trench Is I filled wllh fold or any anti of Moons Varying Ih sire from the smallest ob- I talnnblo In such as nro eight or ton Incite In diameter tho larisrst stone I being placed at the bottom TIll stones nerd not bo placed with spoflnl Cato hilt yet so ns to pArmlt their consolidation by a roller The tnt tom of the trench nhould ho lolarabl truo to gradi+ and cutoff lateral trenches filled with Blnne arc noree nary to carry till water to proper out lots Rncii a drain Is usually effective ordinarily roots Joao than two IOdd or blind drains BETTER FEED BETTER MEAT A Very CloSe Relationship Exists Between Feed Qrffl Flavor In Pork r IlintiaMil or the bacon or pork It Is a well rngkcsanftbllyd tTI III not alwaIIb llt for an exclnilvn diet but lift pig has been and has had plenty motilbpoldItwIDbpVweHto feed It on corn attik ROtbpr another 100 pounds Is Ie kiir t pig la fat It Is brut to finish off jiyfopdlng o mixed ration oaktnt tnIi y rot Ji fowT eeK heforg Imlciierlflir skim Jlorkxaiii bsrley tlgi lint liiVa not bait vrnpnt whlfp grd ring will Wtjnako aatgonrl bicnn as tli so that texq itch prQpcrJy eared for derlarei kqrsYplop iBcfqco 41m subject tui J is t4fitok + fibecouljs adiheCrSlvip6- u po na iIJ 0 I Ir I s rn FigdreiitlyNa G u srthR Triers did 1Of3ft2r19 mtr- Irithotlfnited States with L339d5r- rarmsj Tforth 2051i001M8 thh pro di4cts pr whlcb are worth J37C 177 d6andTvh feed not e Jnllthemaplvc millionAq1s6 vlent to sfiy pQtfltnot 13Q1 t artierIdtand 28767817 Wit ISSKWfiCdf i4rUfo liat4nd lour f 1 rCarinavfdrutotatoeaWhenoDu- i l c i dletlaypotateeslaywberathnq ar- 4nK lIlt1Cllrt Duand o ilut them In the collar unless I expect to sell at once Results of LAND DRAINAGEIsin Exper Of all tho tho growth of crops rodent than the amount of moisture + In the soil While water Is absolutely essential to plants an excess IK as bad as a deficiency There aro two kinds of conditions which require drainage first land which Is wet or marshy bocanso It Is too Oat to allow surface drnlnnso second land which lies sufflclent slope to give ood surface drainage but which on account of the large omomU of voiiotnblo matter or humus It cnntntim and of lie impervious clay sttbuoll dOM not have good underdntlnage The lack of drainage In tbo fret ease Is readily seen Rod ondorwtnod but the Importance of drainage ht tho second case Is not genoralfy rocog nixed although Its benefits nro as great as In tho cases of marshes Replies Mm 129 assessors selected at random throughout the state ehow that thuro nro 131131 acres of land In their townships which am practically worthleM for agricultural purpowii 110 cause of lack of ilralnate This IK over tOO acres per township at which rate thom aro but 1660000 item In the entire state of thl class of land lUien there are nt toast 1000000 ncrm of marshy land which are only parMally prmtuctlvH on account of Inn meal surface water to allow urotier cultl tattnn In addition to this there aro at least XOOOOM acres of up land day Mil which roqnlra andor drainage to allow It to orodueo max Imam crops Wo iMlltivo that the Hiormieh1 Idrainage of this four stud a half mil lion acres Would increase ftn virtue one hundred million dollars In the case of tile drainage of clay land already under culilwittmt the Increase In yloM varies from W to 50 per cent Title Is a net profit on the rest of drainage since there hi at In crease In oxponte of cultivation at the land In fact It In castor In work drained land than undralned hmiJ tx porlonee shows that drainage nvvMly pays far Itself In from two tn femr years Considered In detail tin Kn fits from Orulimn Ate as follows a Allows cultivation of lam hor wise wit available tor farmfnu- b Allows earlier working In arming- c Allows the sell tu Wiirm np mare rapidly In the spying huts IncrrailnR IU length of the seariSOIl and iMcOBlBg the danger of d frostitilth ID the soil o IftCfMttts the amount of ralor- av llaW to crepe f Alder nlirlflenilaa rctiirdV deal trlMoAUfln a LWMM rarfaeo wnslrtnp hi Allows flnhls lo bo mtHto wnl form In outline and htm en worved to hotter advantneo HANDY FARM TOOL DC Makes It Easy to Carry Tools to Place Where Needed Wo show herewith a Klcrtch tot stool box which Is reoommcmt t for every day UM Thu hOI ta abort IS IHandy Farm Tool Boy Inohes long oluht inches fdU and flvo or sly lashes deep A gwicral hiM Ire furnished In tho sketch liken from Prairie Parmer Loops are placed on ono lido for holdtniv chic ole etc CULLINCS Time to begin to corn tho ptga TtilrlllR lOOfi 2031SOO I nixj of rrttNIJllnlnnllplain steady work Its supply rtonlcj liar Jlhilled With calls and growing llprse bcrigs6 of Ki tack of null ndpotash 1- lOirhard ftrftesls nil nxcenmt pas lute plant witch propdrly mannW tnt Is pot KO nutritious or palatable ac Vnp sraae nlllmnsnlt fnrnlrlnw nnjre r J7railnftdtirlnjrv the season mid also jinks ll li rqKfjnlifcrJUvc qu ltienit- tlave OIJUi frMrRtlr wth A tnbbortj U pf n frnlt Jar TJ ra iinod needodo It when rtncd MOU i + haw torcm6vo n VfjAVal f I tenorhotierowLIL 4e rigltift I 1 tirofltable But lire and mttoutlon i wayiphttnai qlh i 1I ho diIt Iii if iA I toVnltcrIOWvI e i c thcm UL a tirnintr prnrf IjBjJ t icy ijot him dews toi II labtoladCI h lJltkJhi9o d JftkJcJ tjpCtarriedvelcgbytr I inn in bread ntitinr clutrpedr beforeAu6rcaUfOBt mllk4srtd cre V I inw chalk or water iihh a ee1 bl aavlkultiilja iIIeTtlutJey are expecting comp B tAVln I hester Times I 11 jn i 0 + H iltalianOliveOi1 I That is Absolutely Pure IYouneed be troubled Jyno qualms j tofdoubt regarding the Olive Oil that 1 sell You can come to this store i 4 tvith every nssurance that you will on ly be offered the purest nnd the best 1This JB imjxjrtant in view of that t Innny adulterations of Olive Oil on 1themarket t a food tonic and medicine there t 1are few preparation for ninny cases illness and exhaustion that ap t proach Pure Olive Oil J- Halfpint4 bottle 250 Plat botth 500 + j j The Porter Drug Co i r proouroaarxn + aaoeiae s eV es + o or osoooroeroselooolooosolorolaroroooloroeaooool0000040r o i Berea and Vicinity i- g J i a GATHERED PROM A VARlET OH SOURCHSiIt- o arornroooeoloeooeoaaoolo0loroaaeoco o0 torora TIle fan hunting eeaaon begin toI merrow Watch the boys tieaHtag 1111 floss oW gssa and sw Ute Wr4 nml the rabWta OH tho way to Quit Mm tstesattl5s hula Riittortoni Dart of III jDiin la vli ng rrliitlvM here for u Irt time Mis ItertJ a Roblaean eatciUlni fw of her nitmi at a fliwii party i t Mmiday night flf Hiv Iiji ir M lacer hay iw n tlrj ul elr IH I IIIINU In Liii mil in Tonn Mr Frank ad Ml+s Celut rntrh c f Uwsiey Hi t wire the JIIHIH or lio Margait fiwili Ituit trta 11 1 100 has moved into tilt rnw rvIIcgS ijMnK on tbe xiiinr f f Mini and Pnit Htieeta- MSM Md ii it f Living en war Hi teem ol m r H Ir Itooe lase Krl- nia UHUlldila 1 ill moat Hi laiing stew kc irtin title It the tree ie advert I the mal till rpra IIltrdla Iend our ad to sew- t I le molt IIltng and tt i one tehveIls tan tin mid hr ciiiiJifU r IIIcbu the neat of fir i unkH hill11 till work 11 HII I if last wok rr Iull f ntu whet lie atcl to t 1 ek IHr 1IIot lW r i aitrlra V t seal an lndt apoU li i HIP Intl di J MM nly at tbe Qol 0 u Holt kI TUiiday night Martin K Pan ii tngmf r of of Jr a SO it the Itev M 1C fuse t this glad akJ a former Dereft stud nt to Wia ftia S Green of HKlicy MM H unnowneeil Advprtlslng t els money So will the extra clerks you will httVe to hire vhn tin bu times aegis to come in You eau stand both oxpeneit S L Yorkes n son of Johu W Vrrfces is oSXOted hero tho tend Of this week to enjoy tho oinmlng of the hunting season with Sir Ogs and his famous bird dogs Chester Urwln of tho Danvlllo deaf nnd dumb school who worked in tho llc60 printing olden will return to tthlB week Tho rush of work there lias made it necessary to employ a per- manentI assistant to Mr Roberts tho foreman If you have something you wnnt to soil toll about Jt If you want to buy DesperateCoughs J Dangerouscoughsl3xtremelyperilous rasp and tear the throat and t lungs Coughs that shake the whole body You need a regu 1 lar medicine a doctors medi cine for such a cough Ask I AyerisCherry W publish our formulu W bnlth nloohol f h- IerS our mtdlolnti W urn you to oontullyour doctor you that omedU I cine like Ayers Cherry Pectoral cannot do Its best work if the bowels are con stipated Ask your doctor If he knows anything better than Ayers Pills for cor reeling sluggishness of the liver a oXI4 by th J O Ayor 09 LoU Must I opwlhlng ask for IL AtfrwUsIa does both In the ohMpMt ass best way Tile ladles of the Clio Club gave I their iBMiiit tmniwl banquet to their hiMbntHta Mst TuMiInjr night with Ute TMtMt iitwm All who ware IdS sett My that tile tvvalnc WM one of the most enjoyable they ever spent and tin huabaadB Me still ookla happy After a ramptnotu rtpMt t MU were given the Spsakra and subjects being You Ilse referring to the luiBiiana by Mrs Cowlcy WUa irtfrtTdnj to the wives by Dr lips Thr Clio Club of WIT by Mm Ciiiirllu and Derma In 1917 by l ror Marsh MnuKarly and Mrs Marsh King a duet the worda to which thy wrote thenuvlvex After the tMMa lilt coiupAny ur tit a pleasant hour with conversation and mimic bfifon tiicakliiK up Ttw IrtlWut were In rend Mrit Cowl y Ir mid Sire Uavis Mr and Mrs Janus Early Mr and Nlrs It II ChrUu in Mr sad Mrs W It Porter Pnf awl Mra farsh in and Mrs N It Baker Mr and Mrs Gootga Iurtwr Dr end Mrs lK nt and Dr and Mrs Cornoliu The dinner was served at the howe of Dr 1 avis Tho room waa tastefully d ural t1 wlih chrysanthemums and fems and the color of the club pink and wk ware darned out in bouUkmIj Mac reamed potatoes hot rolls sad butter salad RIm wafers toe cream and cake ooffto 1QO n Or0lOrer0 110N tOpaAt 0 a c Ii College Items i a a c e HERE AND THERE utfSOre0lOSOSOta0SDSDSDOnoI Mra U K Hoffman ami Mrs Paul Justin of Lexington nre visiting the college to study tho womens Indus I trial work i Prof Mannix and W R Bogga 10 turned Tuesday from a trip Into Oar rard County Mr Boggs loft again yes today for another extended trip Mrs Hill and Miss lloworeor loft Berea Wednesday morning for a ten days trip Into tho mountains I Dr Cook preached at Upper Chapel Sunday tight and Prof Rain at Low erChapelMrs A P Johnston of Oberlin led theY W w A meeting Her talk on Our Talents was both Interesting and Inspiring Tho lyceum lecture by Mrs A A F Johnston of Oborlln on Tho Land of tho Midnight Sun on Saturday evening was well attended considering the weather and those who braved tho storm were well repaid Several who waited till the rain was ojer and then wont to tho Chapel turned back when they found that the rear doors were fastened anti that they would have to go In facing tho audIence Mrs Johnston loft Monday noon for Cleveland where she had an engage ment to speak Tuesday Principal Edwards and Mr Dlznoy wore In attendance at tho Central Ohio Teachers Convention at Columbus 0 when Mr Edwards received a telegram telling of the death of his father Mr Dlzney returned to Berea Sunday and Mr Edwards on Monday night after attending the funeral of his father near Newark 0 nnw Mite BOatrlght spout Saturday and Sunday at har homo at Illflsboro 0 Mr lillard Drink who was hero sev end yours ago as a student and who worked on the Chapel and Industrial Building ai it onrpantar is now in No Daltotu working for tho Northern IMclflo Hallrofld Company for 76 n tnputli J Robert Boatman who was hero wvaml years ago taking a course in forestry Is now In Brltlah Honduras where he Is dealing In mahogany nnd olilelo the thing from which chewinG gum Is made A latter hal boon received from H 0 MeClWh stating that ho is now at Prove Utah doing mlwlotiar work among the Mormons llis attar May wilt be In school In Beraa this whIter TOWN VSt COLLEGE GAME I An aggregation of reldent of the town has formed a football tenth which will pony tho remnant of the varsity on Thaakagiving day U fa exiHMted that the gtuoo will be one of the most anettaeular soon ou this local grounds this season ni seine of the men who will play for the town have not had a football milfe on for years The game ought to bg fairly clove however as some of the town men have been stare of no imally nugntuido and soTornl of the vanity member who live here will ply with the horn team The game will bo well worth seeing at any rate and everybody ought to get out The lineup of z1le town team will probably bo stout oa llowa tanager Councilman Charf- ey Bunletto Captain and quarter John Welch center Dr Cornellua Jr right guard Dr Best loft guard Cald well right tackle Prof Plaaery left tackle 8ewrd Marah right end Krenoli Clark tuft sad A Flauery right halt DandmMter Clue Caiifield left halt BleetrlMl BflgteMr Theta son fullback C Plaiwry substitute JTanery Benge and ft l rost- Brvrybody come out and see thla awful aggregation In Ita worlilfmnous performance GEN DODGE WORKING FOR Gt At- Om R Levant Dodge DeiMrtmey Commander a A IL who has been- Ilaakln6 tours In vartotw tarts of the tats eaooaraging weak lodges and reviving those which have become dead wilt teats here again today on a five wtteka trip He 1ms been here only aloes election Hta work with tbe lodges thou far has been moat sue cewiful and will greatly strengthen the O A It In tide state He has ad dressed fifteen public meeting twelve of thorn regular or called meetings of O A It pats Three disbanded itoets have been restored to active membership In the Department ftpon a sound bask He has had personal oonsulta Uons with members of over twenty pats Must of the other peso vinlteil eeeni to be inspired with a ncv deter yilnatlou to do active work and to re cruit their ranks The list of appoint tents for the preeent tour follows Nov lerl00 I m E K King Pat Corbin Nov Itt 030 a in Harbour YUle Nov lliT 21 Wheatly Post HawitiTllle Nov ItJu S Jackson Post Owonaboro Nov IOAbe Lin cola Poet Owoiwboro Nov SIR- O Shaw Poet Henderson Nov SJ Jim Pool Post Corydoiu Nov 23 Ben Anderson Poet Providence No- vSlD1O Goode Post Madtoonvllle Nov M Uewellen Damn Post Hoj klnsvlllo Nov I7Ja S Simmons Post HopklDBvlllo Nov ISlrlJleo ton T00 p In Nov SO Paducah Post Pttducah Can stay Saturday If found desirable Dee 8 Gregory Pout Mayflold Deo 3L A Hanson Post Mayfield Dec J Dardwoll 700 p m Dea C Wlokllffe 1000 am Dec 7 Rousseau Post LouIsville Dye 0 Warnor Post Louisville De- cloW C Whlttnkor Post Louisville Pee l1oeo H Thomas Post Louis rule Dec 1W W Uerry Post Louisville Dec 13iM R Delaney Post Loulsvlllo Dec HGen Fry Post Anchorage 1000 a In Dec UGen Durbrldge Post Shelbyvllle 700 11 m Dec IGGeo Cotton Post Versailles 1000 n m Dec 16 Miller Post Nlcholasville 700 p m Valuable Chairs The vnluo of chairs Is strictly rela live Enormous prices havo been paid for chairs In recent years notably the 100000 for a set of half u dozen Louis XIV chairs upholstered In Gobelin tapestry originally made for Marie Antoinette Even this price however was exceeded by sums paid for three of the Hamilton palaco chairs ono of which brought 3000 A most valuable and historical Inter sung suite of furniture Is that which more that a century ago was presented by Warren Hastings to Tlppoo Sahib and which was purchased at tho Londcsborough salo for 5000 Tho suite consisted of a cord table and iota two small cabinets and four arm chairs all of solid Ivory most exquls itely carved nut probably tho most costly chair In tho world Is ono of tho treasures of the shah of PersiaItIs ot wild gold thickly encrusted with diamonds rubles pearls and sap phires Its value Is estimated to bo 2500000 c UNJUST TAX PLAN The Tax Commissioners of tho States Agree In Denouncing General Tax System Like Ours Full of Evils In Operation In dlscuaslnc tax queauo1In Ker lucky and elwh rotor tact he madtf to the general propert tax Title It the kind of ayatei Kentucky has In force It IB tM ayi tam that Is In force In moat of tits ttUtWUrlelly the general property tax Is a Uniform ml valorem tax levied ujto all olMWfl of property regard tees of the nature of the earning on paetty or of the tangible or inufngib character of the property The taxlo authority of a state for Instance tail levy a tax of 60 oust This tax Is to fall upon every kind of property aUk Brerythinc of value whether road ee taw money In bank notes bonds mortgages share of stock llvo itoo wagons carriages jewelry furniture fmnciaerty nail must pay this tax This 18 tho general property tax The genera property tax to therefore the levyini of a uniform ad valorem tax on nil property for all purfioeea- Aa distinct from this system Is the system of classifying property raisin state revenues from one kind of prop orty county revenues Item nnotlie kind of property and city revenue from cUll another kind and also the raising of revenues by special taxes of various Kind The argument In the tax world today Is between thee two systems of raising the public reo ease The Kentucky system Is tho genera property tax Our constitution binds us to the levy of a uniform ad valoren tax ark all property of every kind tor all piiraMee If a piece of proport- loestetlgla the city Is taxed for ono purpose It must be taxed for all It It M m Djropertyearnlng G per coat Tc turn to its owner mutt pay tho Mine tai M property earning 20 per cent If It to a kind that can be removed or hidden It Is taxed tho earn u real cetate if it can be found No dietinctkMi Is made on any aeooun whatever all property mutt pay Uto same rate- This sounds like a very fair system and In theory It Is falrneaa telf Dut Its operation in the opinion of thou who have studio the question not lu Kentucky only bat in every state In the Union too not borne out the promise made for it The system baa been abandoned m Pewwylvanta Connecticut Deiwror JerMT was consin Oregon sad partially In a now her of other elate The rapid ten deny of the states to to get awa from it as impossible and Impractl cable Nearly every stale that has a tax commission has declared Itself very frankly on title question A lard number of states have within tjiii ltfew yeses apppointed tax oomralseloni to carefully study the methods of rule lag public revenues and almost Invariably the reports of theso oommts Btona have denounced the genera property tax system the system thin we have in Kentucky aa being absurd ImpoAJble of enforcement and unjus In Its operation Denounced by Supreme Court The supreme court of the United States leads the way in denouncing the system In Its opinion In tho cast of tho Pacific Express Co vs Solbert the court sold This court has repeatedly lal dnwn the doctrine that diversity of taxation both with rospcot to tit amount Imposed and tho various spa cles of property selected either for- bearIng Its burdens or bcljjg exorap from them Is not Inconsistent with p perfect uniformity and equality of tax ntlon in the proper sense of thosi terms j and that a system which Im poses tho same tax upon every spqcloi of property Irrespective of Its nature or condition or class will bo destruc tlvo of ono principle of uniformity ftnc equality In taxation and of a Just adaptation of property to Its burdens An Illinois tax commission has de clared that tho uniform nd valorem general property tax the system that we have also In Kentucky Is do bauchlng to tho consctonco and sub verslvo to the public moralsa school for perjury law An Ohio tax commlsslonjjftfas do pounced It aa Imposing urt bur dens on the man who Is Bcrupalpuslj honest and Ohio Is ongageil M ar effort to get rid of It 50 A New Hampshlro tax qomratojio deplores its corrupting and zing Influence A New York tax commission says It puts a premium on perjury and II penalty on Integrity- In an address to the general assem bly of Maryland Richard T Ely one of tho greatest of our publicists said Tho one uniform tax on all property as an exclusive source of revonui never has worked well In any modern community ortstato In the entire civ lllsed world though It has been tried thousands of times and although nIl the mental resources of able men have been employed to make It work well Prof E A Angell late tax commls sloner of Ohio said In an article Ir tho Independent The Indirect results of the operation of tho law have been to drive away large mascs of caplUJ from the state It Is estimated that at least 2000000000 has been lost tc Cleveland alono and as much more to Cincinnati JGDHOLLIDAYDANK AND TRUST BLDC 1BEREA Berea Kentucky Real Estate HOUSES and LANDSBOUGHT and SOLD Fair Prices surance POLICIESI Policiesfirom trLT OH TIIU Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co NEWARK N J BESTIInA Aetatoaasualapaidroller liolilmn ulncn lHjl tcaunauoosa 1 as it is to of a at a it to us at a our it to at call to is on of to no IT It warms tbe and largest room in front rolls to or Still it looks just as neat as any heater made It ii airtight and fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of are Pine Cast Iron tops and making it last for years by UNION CO Inc Box 2745 VA S nund lug Richmond Street Office hour tram s to City 1hon 183 Teeth pain Soainoforrae SKI MI Glnnnri to Suit All J M I t I PHONE 103 OFFICE In f S to SUIT 1 f a a 4 S S Star Brand Shoes Better I ne f ayf1ower A 25O and 3OO SHoe Vo irfon As good and true name wears A modern product honor 46Ltbowaceeatt2lomsayphaslntstyuMedium Price High Value The Mayflower Shoe forWomen designed meet the requirements those who want high class shoe medium price The manufacturers realizing this have put into the shoe the greatest possible values and furnish figure that permits selfiu you tlleremarkably low price oE 250 and 800 We say you frankly there less profit made Mayflower than any shoe like quality sold We have styles enough you matter how particular you maybe Isatisfy in and Examine our Big Stock MRS S R BAKER I Berea Kentucky Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater IIT HEATS DOES DOUBLE DUTYI coldest busyhousewifelight Thanksgiving Christmas turkey great housekeepers enthusiastic bottoms without tepairs Made only STOVE RICHMOND I R BAKER DENTIST BEREA r KY retracted without AIIOUT YOU- ltEYES Conditions EARLY Jowbtor Engravor OvertlKlIanlc Berea Kentucky Dr W G BEST DENTIST CITY OFFICE OVER POST ALLI i CHEAPEST rt Arc for the with oldtime the today J COOKS AND TOOIThe Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made a C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson IA All calls promptly a traded to night and dfy 4 p Tetephonef IrereRy j 1 LADAyiSMD OFFICE AT RFSIDENCE I PHONE 50 CENTERST roprescntatlveorI a on ExpieIrience or Address Publisher Box E9 tStation 0 New Yorktr The Citizen A family newspaper for ill that Is right true and Interesting Published every Thursday at Here Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos PAYABIK IN ADVANCB i One Year Ji M Six Months ao Three Month j Seed money by rolloffice or trap Money Onler Drift KtRlilt red Letter 01 our and two centitanpa The date after name on label shows to what date your tubtctipllon U paid If It la not changed witbia three wecka after renewal notify no- sNlaatng numbers nlll be gladly supplied If we ate noticed Vine Premiums given for new mitncrlptiooi and prompt renewal Stud for Premium LUt Liberal term given to any who obtain new tubxriptlona for ut Any one aeudlnRuafout yearly aub crtptlouaaorede lor rot one year Advertising tale on application m LknaCR Or KENTUCKY IRJWS ASSOCIATION Pruddnco and desperation character ize the great general the first quality prepares him for fight and the last wins with ono grand charge Carping critics who object to prize ring faking should remember that In the pugilism business tho box office most naturally figure largely F A Pullman conductor says tho up Just as comfortable as the lowerthOf course And It Is oven more picturesque to get into Perhaps the greatest requisite for a druggist is not knowledge but sum dent presence of mind to avoid put ting the strychnlno In tho quinine bottle It Is a pity that those fanatical Moors should waste their picturesque ness on the desert air when they would make such a hit In any amusement park Prince Sclpone Dergheao has accomplished tho extraordinary feat of running an automobllo from Peking to Paris In CO days without running over anybody If Sir Thorna Lipton builds two I yachts to Taco against each other and let him pick tho better there will probably bo half a dozen turned loose In this country Tho French people are afraid to invest In American securities It Is feared that some of our tourists have been leaving Wall street Ups in Paris that did not pan out Germanys crow princess has sent her chef to the United States to study American cooking The crown prin balls for breakfast cess may want codfish and huckleberry pie for lunch President Guerrero of Panama Is kiting around Europe but doubtless It Is all right Any man with a mod erate amount of ability should be able to govern so small a state on half- timeI A wrestler who weighs 350 pounds has come over from Makadoland to gather In American coin If the Rus titans had had such Japs to shoot at they might have hit a few thousand moro than they did Still this statement by a southern professor that Irish potatoes breed malaria In the human system Is not likely to chill the ardor of the man who likes em baked split open with a big dab of butter In the middle Fifty widows want to marry an ex convict In Denver because he says ho has reformed There Is some hopo for them since they are not taking him to reform him but have permitted him to do tbo Job for himself In his own way I While a Brooklyn family slumbered 1hllPPYIn the protection of New Yorks 19 police brainy burglars dropped In and stole the safe Brooklyn people should lock the safe up In the safe be fore retiring It Isnt safe to leave such things lying around as ono would a red bot stove A tramp at Urbana took a change ot venuo from the Illinois statutes to the dictionary to prove that bo was not a vagrtbt It is well for the tramp whoa expects to make a success of his pro fession to qualify by being graduated from a college lie never knows when the Information thus obtained may be useful Nature continues to display Itspow cr In ways that excite wonder A brand new volcano Is reported to have materialized In one of tho Aleutian Islands thereby becoming an Amerl can possession while a big meteor hit the ground In New Mexico with a dull sickening thud that shook tho coun try for miles around as though an nartuqnako had occurred In addition to saving his airship Mr Vellman has also preserved his faith that ho smog tho right scheme for reach- Ing the pole But Mr Wcllman seems to overlook ono dictate of reason As the wind seems to blow the wrong way continuously at the point he has eelectcd tor starting why does he not ge around to the other side of the pole and be blown across without dif ficulty ajf- t t p ID1lr Stttjulatum nf tlfr- Wrltlits hunt lz Sratotal By DR NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER Preiltlent Columbia University Nothing is necessarily to be forced from a corpora tion because of its size The character of a corporation docs not depend upon its size but upon the principlos and policies which actuate its management Corpora tions themselves have no moral qualities it is corpor ate officers and managers who are good or bad honest or dishonest as the en5C may be The problem of creating and developing a public service corporation that truly serves the public is simply the problem always and everywhere pres ent in our life of securing for positions of trust and power men who arc not only intelligent but upright who are not only efficient but honest It is not combination and cooperation that are to bo feared and antagon ized but only monopoly and discrimination Problems of grave importance not only legal but political in tho highest sense arise when we attempt to fix time ways and means by which the government shall control and supervise corporations Our consti tutional limitations our political traditions and past party differences and the complex structure of our whole governmental system with its state and national agencies make the problem of governmental control of corporations an extremely difficult one There nro those who think they see short easy methods accomplishing the desired end but my predic tion is flint true to the characteristics of our people we shall work out a just solution of these involved problems not at ono stroke or by wholly logical processes but step by step and after many experiments and that not n few unforseon difficulties will have to be surmounted or cir cumvented wlft Nthtrr QlithP 111 allanJ By DR ROBERTSON WALLACE It is to tho poets chiefly that nature owes n reputation for benevo lence This reputation is however illdeserved Nature rightly is neither friend nor physician Mother she is not though she may possess some of the qualities of the stonyhearted stepmother Fair to look upon and sunny though she be there is a straint of cruelty in her character On occasion as we well well know she may be red in tooth and claw She has no great love for humanity She resents mans prying into her secrets She grudges him his conquest of all tho powers and forces that once wore hers alone In her eyes man is a moro upstart morsel of tho planet taken to tho sphere on his own account Ho is simply so much earthly matter become detached from Uw globe and temporarily galvanised Her business is to got him back to tho onrth with all due speed Sho yearns for him her arms yawn for him Soon er or later she drags him down into the cool earth and fins him securely in his native elements It is her business Nature is much more likely to kill than to cure when left to her own devices Her bacteria aro more deadly than bombs her microbes more fatal than Mausers Her secret poisonings with subtle ptomaines are unaccountable She frcozos she burns she starves or she mangles humanity at her own sweet will There is no mawkish sentiment about NatureThere are no bettor methods of treatment for the malade imaginairo When a man or woman is made to seek lost health by crawling on all fours it is soon found A regime is a fine thing to knock tho nonsense out of tho average Heroic treatment can only be borne for any time by heroes And no is a hero except perhaps to his cash chemist No one will deny that an occasional fast will benefit those persons who habitually overeat Everybody will ad mit that fruit vegetables and nuts should have an important place in the dietary and that people who habitually cat six meals per day will enjoy better health on three Simple ailments are easily combated by simple methods But when it comes to the treatment of organic diseases like effusion double pneumonia fulminat ing appendicitis pericarditis gastric ulcer strangu lated hernia diphtheria and BO forth where do so called natural methods of cure come in Nature has a short way with sufferers from maladies such as these She does not trouble to remove the disease She removes the patient The medical art alone can save the sufferer from the natural doom of the unfit The victim of severe disease can make no effort to save himself He must rely entirely on others With art and artifice they defy the devices of Nature to climi nntn the unfit And time and again they triumphu wIle Etjwrrl mt iiunrtrr By DR W A BARTLETT Chicago Pastor regarded philanthropist perambulating rigorous hypochondriac hypochondriac pleurisywith malevolent tip Preachers should not remarry divorced persons As the marital bond is broken by tho courts the courts alone could assume the respon sibility of remarrying divorced persons Some people have claimed that the Old Testament laws were very severe and that when Jesus came and introduced the law of love the old regime passed away If anyone will take the pains to read the sermon on the mount they will find that Jesus Christ not only upheld the ten commandments but he made such tremendous additions that tho ten commandments themselves appear small com pared with those mountainous requirements of our Lord I cannot see how a preacher can consistently marry those who have been divorced whether guilty or not Because the words used in the church service are these What God hath joined together let no man put asunder The marriage service then becomes a covenant with the seal of God When that contract is broken it is done by court process and not by the church In tho sight of God and according to tho ideals taught by Jesus Christ there may lc a putting away but no remarriage The parties who have been separated by legal process should go to the law in care they desire remarriage The preacher represents God and the church and it is not a question for him to decide according tq his judgment Fi Vv BIG KENTUCKY flOP ILUE GRASS STATE GOES RE PUBLICAN CHOOSING WILL SON AS GOVERNOR JOHNSON IS REELECTED Defeats Congressman Burton for Mayor of ClevelandHearst Party fs Soundly Whipped by Tammany In New Yor- kWashingtonSix states elected Governors Tuesday and eighteen cities mayors Even for an oft year the election was unusually do void of features but Kentucky furnished a sensation by swinging Into the republican column by pluralities of tho state candidates ranging from COOO to 10000 Tho republicans alia carried tho city of Louisville by 3500 majority for their mayoralty canal date Results of the governorship elections were as follows KentuckyA Eo Willson republl can estimated plurality 14000 Massachusetts Curtis Guild Jr republican plurality 104357 Maryland Austin 1 Crothers dem ocrat plurality 4341 Rhode Island J II Hlgglns demo crab plurality 2307 with all but ono district in the state heard from Now Jorsoy J Franklin Fort re publican estimated plurality 7000 Mississippi K F Noel democrat Tho democrats had no opposition the election being a moro formality Resides tho election for governor a tate treasurer was chosen In Penn sylvania John O Sheatz republican Mayor Tom L Johnson being elected by 142000 majority over his domocratlc opponent Results of the mayoralty elections were as follows San Francisco CalK It Taylor Dom anti Good Government league ClovnlanU 0from 1 Johnson Dom Cincinnati 0I MarkbrelU hIp Louisville KyJ F Orinstead Rep Toledo ODrand Whltlock Ind Salt Lako City Utah John S Dransford ontlmormon Tammany Again Tastes Gore New York Tho election In Greater New York has been largely favorable to the democrats New York county Manhattan and the Bronx went overwhelmingly for Tam many Thomas F Foley for sheriff tho head of the ticket having a plur ality of 20723 over M F Ilimscu In dependence league and republican In a comparatively light vote Tho fus ion between the republicans and the Independence league was a failure ox cept In tho cases of a tow mlctr of flclalsTom Johnsons Plurality 9313 Cleveland O Complete returns give Tom Johnson Dem for mayor 48339 Theodore E Durton Rop 39020 Johnsons plurality Is 9313 The entire Democratic ticket was elected with the exception of police clerk Tho city council will stand 2C Democrats to 7 Republicans Following tbo reelection of Mayor Johnson the Cleveland Electric Rail way company resumed selling tickets at mho old rate of 11 for CO cents For a month prior to the election the company sold tickets at the rate of seven for 25 cents upon which basis It asked a renewal of Its franchise Mayor Johnson was elected upon a straight threecent platform Whltloek Wins In Toledo Toledo O Mayor Brand Whit lock and the entire Independent ticket was elected hero by majorities running from 7000 to 2000 It A Bart Icy Republican candidate for mayor polled a good vote Pros Win In Illinois Springfield 111 Prohibitionists are jubilant as a result of Tues days election in Illinois 16 counties so far as known having put themselves on record for the exclusion ofthe 11 censed saloon This was the first test of tbo now local optlon law made In counties not under towqship organlza Ion and tho result was a distinct jolt to tho liquor clement Seven counties went absolutely dry Results Shown by Table The results of the voto on prohibi lion are shown as follows TOWNSHIPS VOTING ON LOCAL O1TION Counties Dry Wet CountiesDry WlCalhoun 6 U CUll U 1 Pulaikl s Kilwnrds 8 Bcott 11 1 lohnion 12 Union 11 MfcMUO 9 Watash g 1 MenardV 7 S Williamson 24 IS Perry 8 2 Totals U9 10 Counties totally dry Edwards Johnson Massac Pope Union Wabafe nn4 Williamson NEW METHOD OF ECONOMY Excuse Made by Mr Caudle Was Real ly Rather Neat Ah ha said Mrs Caudle II a lad who had lost a little of the bloom ot girlhood ns she pointed her bony fin ger at her weakkncod husband You have been drinking again Dont deny It I smell soneen on your breath Rut my doar Thatll do Some are born to govern and some are born to bo governed I was born to govern although Just now Im not governing much Caudlo II throw an apoplectic grin at his wife swallowed two or thrco gasps and endeavored to explain 1 toll you my dear my present In hibitions are the result of a precon certed arrangement between us whereby wo were to economlto Ho found It necessary to stop hero and watt for his grandiose statement to sift through his wifes pompadour How Mme Pompadour must writhe In her grave to know tboso hideous deformities are her namesakes You seo madam ho conllnu- odwctyouwe both agreed to econ omlzo did wo not Wo did and a pair of JIS false troth snapped tight Well said Caudlo 11 getting a llttlo moro setfconfldonco all he continual Is this way madam Drinks nro 15 conts apiece For tho first tlmo today I ascertained those same drinks sold two for a quarter Ho waited a minute to see If his logic worn waking through tho rat Since they wore two for a quartor I saved five cants by buying two hence my present condition Danvcr Times Detter Mind Her Ps and Qs A little girl hall boon to Sunday school for tho first tlmo and had been much Interested In the lesson which had as Its foundation the text Put your trust In the Lord and place no trust In prince About a week later when she returned from kindergarten she found her mother busy helping the cook pre pare fruit to make Jelly She sat down to watchthey woro too busy to let her help and presently she heard her mother give an Impatient exclamationWhat U mamma she naked Oh every ono of those quinces Is bad a the core and Im very much dig appointed for I had oouotod on them I wanted to finish my jelly today I wish I bad known saW the MUle Rtrl with IM wtomt little air I cwld bare told you better mamma for it was only Mt Sunday that MUa Hal brook warned us to put our trust lathe Lord and have no oonfldenro In qulncw Work of ElectroMagnet In anajlneorlsig work the electro magnet U taking a very jwowdneal place This device dttpewMs with hooks slings and other lUUag appa rates By throwing a switch control ling the current the magnet Is OBOT Kited and thereby attaches itself to the bars castings scrap or pig Iron which It Is desired to lift The magnet polaa are shaped according to tho na turo of the material to bo raised For heavy rails they are oblong and are slime the crane hook by a short chain Castings weighing over two tone are successfully handled by oleo tm magnets Another use to which tho electromagnet Is put Is in breaking old castings w that they may be molt ed and utilized To accomplish this the magnet Is made to lift and drop a steel ball weighing from ono to six to French Scientists Discovery The French scientist Dr Forlln has discovered that tho light from a mercury vapor lamp passing through two shoots of blue glass and reflected Into the oye by n large lent reveals tho Internal condition Infinitely bet bar than tho ordinary white light By placing a screen with a pin hole between tbo light and the oye a magnificent Imago of tho vessels at tho back of tho retina which have hith erto been almost Invisible has been obtained The capillary value tho di ameter ot which lir only two thous andths of a millimeter are seen to distend with each heartbeat andit Is oven possible to count tho blood globules Diplomacy- A good story comes from Philadelphia with reference to a young so ciety matron who sought the advlco of her pastor touching a peculiarly per sonal and delicate matter of erin science I would like to have your opinion sir said she as to whether or not tbo use of rouge Is wrong Tbo diplomatic clergyman smiled Some said he hold that there Is nothing pernicious In a bit of rouge others on the contrary regard the use of this cosmetic as most reprehensi ble To mo It seems beat to steer a middle course You might therefore uso rougo on ono cheek onlyllarp ers Weekly A Jollier Mayor Douglass ot Niagara Falls said the other day of an officeseeker- Ho Is a jollier Ho reminds mo of a chicken thief of Utica A police reporter wrote of this thief The prisoner laughed aloud for mercy And when tho night editor asked for an explanation of that queer sentence tho reporter said Its exactly what happened Every poor old feeble Joke the magistrate made tho scoundrelly thief roared fit to split his sides t- I r J t WANT LAW AMENDED Southern Baptist Convention Urge Temperance Legislation i Tho following commuiitcntltw was passed by the Southern BaptUt son vention In favor of a temperance amendment to the present Into tnltf 1WherenJltho cause of Christ which wo us n convention In part represent ta hit legalized liquor traffic Whereas All of tho ntatflH COMIMIH lug this convention havo wow er oed of prohibition territory wllhla blade borders Kosolvcd That wo rcapooKuUjr but earnestly request tho proper onV plats of our national government not to Issue privilege taxes for the unto at liquor whoro Its sale Is prohibited by the laws of tho state That we urge our senators nuU rp rosoutatlves In congress to pn 3 mho HopburnDolllvor bill or tho Littler Hold Carmaok bill or some pUnltar measure ranking liquor shipped from ono state to another subject to tta laws of the state into which U hi lilt ported FOOLING THE AMERICANS Rhine Wine Merchants Ooast of Their Deceptions There Is much Interesting wtgee lion In the frank way In which a con vention of 1600 wino growers nl DM trlehontheHhlno dtocuxscd Ihrtr huM nOH anti especially that part of It relating to the export traUo to the Uni ted State It was openly mated that Rhino winos which are favorite wllli tho American people are often fuiwiy labeled and the further oxjihwntlo was given that almost no Rtraalit Nlerstelner goes to tho United Htitte because the exporters trust to Ameri can lack of experience with whets t escape detection In ether wimU iptirkHM products aro unbaltatMfly palmed off on Americana who pay Rood prices for them This aitmkaMi ot the praeUe of daUbomle MH4 should bay effect Ono way to avoid being thus ImpoMd en my Trey Tlrafts to sot to drink wine Alsohol In Physical Tests Prof DurlK of Vienna who la Mm self not an aUttaUier has boon inil tag xpwrlnieNta In mountain oHiuhlHg at UBMH without twJag alwhel anti again after ooiwaaURij nu ntuouut equal to Mia litre at beer Us has earn to UM eoMlmkm Uwt ou alcohol days he accomplished 10 iwr cent lees than on atatlaeat dirn U SOS that the energy stored fr week U on alcohol days only partially wiN dropping 11 per cent below uarMMi Further he declare that tho otsjRo lem whoa supplied with alcohol w ft fuel works not only moro slowly ban when supplied with proper foej but at the same time that direct tnjartefr result to the system Better Off Without Saloons The saloons havo Just gore Sit from Bristol Va and nhio from their twin city Bristol Toniu just aeroe the Una The usual liquor rry tint u lot of empty buildings will bo throw upon tho town and rents dccllM is given contradiction by a recent prose dispatch from Bristol which says hi part The abolition Ot tho mucous has not In tho least disturbed prop arty values so far Those bouses that have already been emptied of nuxmt In Bristol Vai havo betty rented with ono or two exceptions at a higher price than they formerly brought No Saloons In Mississippi For 20 years Mississippi has bad a local option law On petition ut one third of tho electors of a country the board of supervisors must order an election whether ant liquor or ales hollo liquors shall bo sold or gfvon sway therein Today out of 71 tics such liquors can only bo soW In seven of them and Uio next lojcteln lure will certainly put tho saloon out of tho seven Take Pledge to Escape Jail A now law enacted by tho Vermont legislature provides that persons cos vtcted of tho first and second oSuaoiv of intoxication can take the total ab stinence pledge and havo their enn once suspended as long as they koop It This bill provides for a cure fur habitual drunkards If they choose tar take it rather than their punlshaont Couldnt Reform It The brewers of Texas adopted tbe plan of taxing themselves 20 conk for each keg of beer manufactured and sold The tax Is said to havo created a fund of about 300000 which was utilized for tho purpose of driving th = dives out of business The plan fubh4 and has been abandoned Tho broworit have found that tho saloon wont ro form rVote Out the Salodn Webster cpuntr Kentucky has voted out tho saloon by a remarkable majority The Woman Christian Temperance Union has conducted tho campaign and Is naturally elated over tho result A Great Victory One of Che greatest victorIes for tho t Ohio Anti Saloon league lit ita history eltyhasagainst the liquor Interests for pyre yearar y sue- D D m frxlfiff JJlIDfNDC1 LAZY DICK Rue pot his slippers but Me Had Rea x son to Regret It golflinksImnuuorJc with a woury yawn Wrinir nuked Elsie In the ador- Ing Mhstur luau Very dual boat In fact Him liP acicarNWhat a book tell to thu voranda flour with a thud as Suilo sat erect L Flung the niii stared nt I floor yon j k n girl to run upstairs and gets mrthlnK rot you Y rtuml My slippers ntttvs a brick Kho knows tier poor itltle bud Is tired Hiio e njeur than sewn peopleeoue iu fur Inaunco- Im dad Im not your staler nv lorUil Hwrie tu fetch and carry Dont you no etllM awl nicking up tile fat Un Wok eblt l t l It lust fearing that shp umht yield to ImapUUtni and aim U straight nt tint liMiuglng figure of lap tuck Iwr fBllewr bflsnn mill Poor IraonUI You kani BO El sie 1 blue to call Aunt Mnraw rot groanedUi411 a down llraae uml I will ant ymir tippers MM Sao with her bead up and hen now In tho tlir The rono from Iwr chair and went lotvmJ the front door then she fnood about and caught the occupant at tbe- IHIIIlm ik 3iucbllns quietly between tho uroiiiorly winks at Ulsla I you to understaad Dlok Carleton that Im not meek If you let mo get your slippers for iou youll INTERESTING WORK e Pretty Gifts Which Can be Made by the Girls si Are you the kind of child that likes to make pretty lltllc gifts fur piirtukl t aobor or blend If so you wilt Do luuriuHiwJ lu this rolled pen I Pen Holder and Decorated Broom wiper Take a piece of chamois skin four laohea wide and 12 inches long cut a fringe about an Inch deop on each Milo for eight Inches leaving tho other tow inches plain Iloll a piece of thin two Inches square around a lead pencil Then roll the zharaolB around that commencing with fba plain end until It Is all rolled up Tie with pretty colored ribbon and pull the pencil out which loaves a space In tho center whore a pen and bolder can bo Inserted This Is eaally made and is useful as well as f arnaaeBtaiAncAhar Is a little broom Cie yea BOO in tho picture to dust up Modeu floors or stone hearths Buy a Joy broom for ton cone cover the I sac aMrMpervrv sonio day wish you hadnt Ill give you n moment to reconsider Not for worlds Mils Susan Dates My heart I should say my solo yearns after those slippers I accept your kind offer thankful for this brief re spito of repose and ho rolled over In pretended slumber wbllo Susie wont upstairs smiling with grim do termination Sho brought tho slippers and nick put them on with a murmured word ot thanks Then tho subject was dropped and apparently forgotten Tho next morning as Dick entered the dining room tho saw a parcel ad dressed to him Ho opened It In some Imsto and pleasant expectation is Ondhls slippers Ho tossed them away and glared al Susie across tho table That yonus lady was calmly cat re buttered toast and heeded him not Jlo took no out ward notice beyond a shrug of hit shoulders and brushed away tho In clOont In preparation for a morning ride upon his wheel It was to bo along one so ho was delighted to find a plump little bundle strapped to lilt handle bar Lunch loomed up pleas flatly at midday When hot and due Himself Into Hammock 1 JI 111mNr bR your oardbaard a ouItft ty ho throw himself on the gtnun and opened the bundle ho found thorn intits slippers with a Hue from S He Stay these uandwfohM prove ai tough as shoe tether Ha fastened them up again nod bore thorn back silently The postman left them at the door dayDIcklabia whore site placed them beside Ids chair There was no hour of hit lIfo Indoors which pawd undaunted by the slippers liven when the ful lows went oft Damping for a week the llppera wore somehow smuggled in with the luggage Dick grow sick of the very sight of them and tired of irrlDs to keep Ills temper wh h the family smiled thoughtirotime Dick came homo ilead beat he skippersbeforehammock This was a surrender undtmmapponr at regular and irregular Inter vals Washington Star handle with a pretty colored ribbon ending with a bow Take n piece of hellYnoslthe center of ono side Fit this linen over the straw part of the broom leav showtngHo a graceful bow of the ilLbon or course explains Philadelphia Lodger you must Uo a cloth orer the broom past wbon you clean with It but whoa romovodtllO orUIOAult I I COLD WATER MUSIC How You Can Find the Melody That Lurks In Glass of Water This Is a very old amusement but only those who have tried It know how much melody may lurk In n glass turnblareensllyFAciaamount of cold water more or less according to tho volumo of sound requi red this you may find out prac tlcally by dipping your finger In tho water and drawing briskly round and round the sharp outer rim of your glass This produces n musical note deeperthe vlb11tlontlcularlj if tho edge Is thin and clean cut The glasses with graduated amounts of water might bo placed In regular withboUIglass put a performer with a good stendyemlddlefinger heldItho thumb of tho left hand In this way nil familiar airs may be produced with somo really sweet vibrations It you know how to uso your finger to tbo Goat advantage TallElizabeth was asked to go Into the next room to see If tho clock there was going Shortly she returned with this information Clock iff atandln itlll but the taU is wagglaT A 2500 DRESS SUIT Worn by One of Our Battleships and Consists of Flags Fow realize tho number of Hags car Tied by a warship nor tho cost of all Ibo guy bunting which flutters from mast to mast at holiday time In ad dltlon to Hoot communication necoe nary during nifinouvora In homo water says Army and Navy Life the ship must bo equipped with nn extensive array of nags on board for various forms ot ceremonial and olDclal occa slons This dross suit outfit of bunting con slsls of 2GO different nags tho mated at and making of which cost just J2COO Each ship Is entitled to a new flag equipment every three years though owing to their constant use a flagship will often require a new sot of signals In about a year A spat deal more time and tabor Is required to finish certain of these flags then In generally supposed The presidents nag cqulrcs the longest time of any to make off It takes ono woman nearly a wholo month to com plote It The llfeslzoil oaglo with out stretched wings and other emblems are all handFOwcd and Involve the most patient work The most clltllcult to make are the foreign flags This Is especially true of tho South and Central American ones A half dozen specially skilled band device sowars are continually kept or those tinge Evory battleship carries 43 foreign Hags 25 foot by 13 wide Tho most expensive ensign to make Is thn Gorman which owing to tho doll cato scrollwork of the large Imperial caRlA and royal crown necessitating delicate slow and careful sowing costs 6650 Tho dragon lag of China consists ol 200 separate pieces Twelve to 14 lays aro ordinarily consumed In fin Ishlni this flag which costs 6175 Tho flog of Slam with the huge white elephant costs 3S Tho Mexl can with Its cantor design of a largo eagle holding n serpent on Its bill costs 3960 Tho cheapest foreign flag made Is tho Moorish which costs S21 Praised Edgar Allan Poe When II 0 Wells tho EnRllsh nov oust WAS In Boston he praised Poe at n dinner I think hardly ot your Now England writers ho said for their contempt of Poo I shall nova bo able to forgot tbat Bmorson called him that Jingle man Today a thou sand read Poo whore ono roads Em orton and not to know Poos work la rather a disgrace There Is a little Inn at homo It Is rather a poorly conducted little inn Tho landlady gets ovary visitor to write something about it In a kind of autograph album that she keeps on hor drawing room tablo One visitor wrote In tho album many years ago Quoth the raven = The landlady did not un dorstand that quotation She was not well up In Poe And over since that limo she has shown tho cryptic line to ovory guest entreating him to toll hor if ho can its moaning But the guests are alwqys too polite to toll hor Thoy pretend they do not know And honco year after year to every visitor tbat comes the poor landlady with her album gives herself away New Relationship Probate court Is a great place for untangling relationships and such things said Judge Merle N A Walk er but an entirely now relationship new at least as far as I nm concern edwas brought out hero recently- A case on trial rested largely on tho establishment of the fact that bno of the parties In the suita woman was compelled to work out for her living One of tho witnesses testified ho know sho did so MlIow do you know ho was asked Nlvo seen lien Are you around thero often hellyesyou might say so Kind of relation of the family huh 7 Wellnoand yes Im the man man Indianapolis News Had No Use for Jockey Pants John Sharp Williams Is extremely careless about his dregs and does not card about fine clothes on anyone else In a recent campaign ho offered his services to tho Democratic speakers bureau and was sent north to help out a congressional nominee When he returned to headquarters and was plied with questions he said Dont you know that fellow came down to meet mo In a pair of fashionable rid ing breeches and started to go around with mo with them on I just up and told him that If ho wanted to go to congress ho had better take off those jockey pants After he left tho blamed things off wo got along all right Chicago Tribune Scientists Color Sense Rosaline Masson tells interesting stories In Cornhil of Herbert Spun cons color sense Once he paid a boy to get down on tho floor and Ink the light spots In tho carpet as they an noyed him Ha used to cover up the titles of books with drab curtains as they annoyed him She also adds one never hears of woman doing any of these queer things for which men of talent are remarkable It U just pos sible that It Is because they have never dono such things tbat few of them have as yet arrived at greatness Chicago Dally News Lacking a Better Tool Tommy Jones exclaimed the teacher angrily why dd you chalk your name on this new desk Had ter replied the boy 1 aint sot no knife ter carve It on wid Worlds Temperance Sunday Sunday SchoolLessonIorNov2J1907 Specially Prepared forThlt Paper LESSON TEXT Romans 14123 Memory verses 17 IS- QOIDKN TKXTJuilK tills rotherIthat no man put a stmnbling block orcanlon to fall In Ilia brothers way Itomuns 1413 SCRiiTURESDRCNIU Irov 201 Jl17 1310 21 931 311 I- ihR 611 22 Hoi 411 Hob ME Matt 2449 59 Luke 2134 1 Cor 611 Gal 521 TEMPKItANCRnom 1243 1 Cor 9I3W 1 Tim 82 J gj Tit 212 1 Pet 47 68 S Pet 18 The Principals Paul Laid Down for Our Guidance Vs 1223 The method of settlement Is that employed all through the Dlblo ot laying down general principles and not deflnltu rules and commands For tho principles abide eternally but the application of them varies continually We have no trouble whatever about some of the questions which almost rent tbo an clont church asunder They were set tied long ago nut we must apply the Santo principles to our modern prob lems Tho application ofgront dlvlnn principles to our dally lives In varying circumstances Is a largo part of the discipline by which we grow In grarc and develop a strong and holy charac terFirst Tho Law of Liberty V 12 1 Cor 89 I0r29 Gal 21 V 12 SSo then As a conclusion from what Paul had been saying Every one of us shall give account of himself to God Each Is responsible to God and must act as In his sight No ono can lord It over his brother In tho Christian church Each ono must define his duty so far as concerns him self Liberty docs not prevent any ono front holding decided opinions antl speaking of them and arguing for them Liberty Is not Indifference Permitting liberty does not endorse all that Is permitted SecondVs 12 2223 Tho fullest freedom must bo balanced by the full est sense of responsibility to GodM Expositors Greek Testament For we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ v 10 V 22 Hast thou faith Do you really bollovo that what you are doing Is right and approved by God Have it to thyself before God Rejoice In this liberty of yours In tbo presence of tho Father Wo still keep this joy and strength of liberty oven when for loves sako wo forego tho particular nets from which If we considered only ourselves and God wo should not be debarred Lynian Abbott Happy Is ho that condomncth not himself who Is so convinced that his course is right that his conscience never con damns him oven whoa ho sits alone with his conscience amid tho mani festations ot Gods power V 23 lie that doubtoth Is unset tied In his conscience as to what Is right for himself Abbott translates He that dlsputoth with himself Is damned Is condemned tho usual mooning of tho Greek word Tic has no right to do an net which ho feels may Injure others Whatsoever Is not of faith Is sin All that a man cannot do remembering that ho Is Christs all that ho cannot do with tho judgment seat V10 and the cross v 15 and all their restraints and Inspirations pitSent to his mind Is sin- Third Toward such persons we are forbidden to have either n censorious or a contemptuous estimate of their character V 13 Let us not there fore judge ono another not condemn those who honestly do not see things as wo do We must allow others the same liberty we ask for ourselves Condemning as unchristian others who honestly differ from us may be quite as great a sin as that of the one condemned nut Noto 1 that this does not re qulrtt ono to refrain from arguing against any course as injurious 2 ThatJ tho principal docs not mean that wo should never do anything which others do not like at which they take offense or with which they find fault Nor that In any case should we yield In a duty or a teaching because some may stumble even over the truth Even Christ could not so act that none took offense Paul could not FourthVs 1316 V 13 But judge this rather That Is turn your judgment to yourselves and see to It that by your use of your liberty you do not cause others to fall Into sin We I nre never to give up our liberty of thought and action but to use It laI the right way na In the verses that follow An occasion to fall It Is contrary to the very essence of the gospel to put a stumbling hlock In the way of any and esp clally ot tho weak and tempted- V 14 I know and am persuaded by rather as It V in the Iord Jesus abiding In his presence and filled with his spirt In ono case troub ling the church Paul felt perfectly sure that ho was right so far ns his conscience was concerned Testimony of Business Men- I think that this Is the best time In tho world fur the best kind of boys Do employers take more account of tho character and habits of the buys whom they employ than they used to They certainly du and this Is specially true of tho big corporations like the railroads A watch Is constantly ktpt an the boy and If he Is found smoking It counts against him If he keeps late hours he is at a discount compared I with the boy who goes to bed early if he drinks or gambles It is fatal to him I IfA 1855 Berea College 19979 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 ttadeoti from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can bee placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arlthenotla and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Staging Bible Handwollc Lessons In Farm and Household Management otc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any Who have fladhed fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm ManBgnmtnt Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 year for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for on honorable and tiMrful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to nt for business Even a part ot this course as fall and winter term Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 And I rear courses with Latin Gar man Algebra History Science etc fitting tor college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses witheuse of laboratories pclentlflo apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses Sit for the profession ot teaching First year parallel 4o 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years lwinter and eprlng terms give the taformatlou culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sari for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with say course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bcrea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students U paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who aro supporting Bcrea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot the young people Our students come from the best families an4 are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be flick the College provides doctor and auras without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing 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 M much as 35 cents a week Somo who need to earn more may by writing to the Secrotary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from SO teats to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Borea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tine Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing ot bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 coats a week ta tall and spring 60 oeats U winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit M guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is pall but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expense for oars of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of- teachersail our Instruction to a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 4 00 In lower Model Schools 000 In oourea with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses i PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installmtnts aro follows FALL 14 weeks 2950tn On payment 2900 Installment plan first day I210B Including 100 deposit taWdle of torn 945- WINTER12 weeks 529001a one payment 12830 Installment plan first day 1100 Including 100 deposit mjddle of term 900- REFUNDINGStudents who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced On board In full except that no allowance to made ter any fraction of a weekOn room all jmt fifty cents but no allowance tor any fraction of a month On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the utodtmt to apply the amount advanced for term bids whoa he returns provided It to within tour tern but making no allowance for any fraction of a mood IT PAYS TO STAY When you kayo mad year Journey and are wU started In school It pays to stay a tang as possIble THE FIRST DAY of the fall term h September 11 1807 For Information or friendly advice write to the oratory WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY 1 That Premium Knife take theyeyes of the mtm sad borawb see It The eamtaisi like a ffood thing when they see It and to get a 75 eesl altwith two blades of riser steel anda dllar paper tlsatls worth mow to tie smcmBtaia pwpfc assn a ether dollar papas Sa th world Tho Knife Lint The Citlrt for OM DoMir That bring fa NhMlyUou aM tto Use I fall p111l i Uftto pats C i 0 L TIE 0 SCHOoL I J Problems of the District School fly grog ninmimrr I Pert SLove as a Factor in Te chlnr rH aherticle toH1I Diro rt eoe+ on with hl mMJfc on lore u e kecker htmld ihow II On the other hand some toacliers give too much to the bright ones be cause they are companionable an d respond road11 to Instruction This I also is wrong Every child should bat his full shnro pt the teachers heart i and mind and no more 118 love mutt bo bestowed Impartially It Is not possible for a teacher to love his pup Ha too much provided It Is distributed properlyIt ones learn more readily than others they should be given mott work otherwise they are liable to fall Into looso habits They will loans their task and waste the reminder t the period and this happening contin ually will result In a greater disad vantage than being slow to learn One of the bet habits any child can learn IB that of Industry No amount of brightness oxn make up for the lack of it Drlght children often end In disappointment to parents and teachers and people wonder why they have not fulfilled their early proniUe It by their brightness they have learned to avoid the drudgery of toll no further explanation neod be sought Tho old saying There Is no excellence without great labor needs to bo drilled Into the minds of the bright students no loss than into the minds of the slower ones From the above it is readily seen that bright pupils must bo kept at work This Is one of the duties that severely taxes the teacher He is often at his wits end to know how to provide work that is suitable It is out of the r question to have separate recitations I for nil permitting each one to go as fast as he can lie must keep theta in classes Tho it Is difficult the Ingenious teacher will find somo way of keeping the ready ones at work Ho may make up problems In arithmetic set them to drawing a special map In geography to hunting up events In his tory and supply them with extra reading matter requiring a brief ac count of all that is done In tli each one has an opportunity to cultI- vate his talents to the extent of his 1ability and no pupil should be debarred f from that privilege Lastly we have to consider the pupils that are most advanced those that are within a year or two of com I pletlng the common school courseI They need wise and loving counsel in their plans for the future Usually they do not know lust what occupa tion or profession they wish to follow and it is not necessary they should Their minds are not sufficiently developed to make certain any partleulai bent What they need Is a general education that will develop all the faculties and give them a broader outlook i They should be encouraged to talk about the futuro In connection with Ithlr own lives It Is the teachers opportunity to toll them of the pos sibilities In stow for them Country children living far from the centers of industry if left to thumiolvos have but few Ideals from which to choose They must form their Ideate from what they see und this consists of cu luut Next FARM WISD01I I A debt enriches for a moment and impoverishes for a Hover explain your friends ddnot requlro it and your enemies will not believe you anyway t You can always tell a good farm hand by the way he works when the farmer has gone to town Folks who never do any more thant they get paid for never get paid for any more than they do Thero must be more of good than evil in tile world or the good would have been overcome ages ago Nine times out of ten the fellow who is let in on the ground floor falls between the girders and lands in the cellarLet us not exaggerate about our farming for the sake of making a spread If ours is the best farm amiI we the best farmer every one will know it and If not all our talk about it wont make it so The summer has been trying both to the flesh and to the spirit Try letting go of things for a week or so and you will be surprised to find when you return from your vacation how much the atmosphere has cleared It is a good thins to ease up on tho collar a little Lots of times when the weather Is warm we are apt to get into a sweat over our work All right to sweat outsidedoes a man good but when we get to sweating inside we are apt to boil over and that its where the mischief comes in Lets keep as coot as we can Inside Then we ehali t i farmers and a fow each of teachers doctors lawyers prencherB and count merchants Some of these are not tito host representatives of their class and It none of them appeal too n youth ho is left to drift The teacher should tell them of the grant Industries and onteri visa of the world of tho opportunities to do good and to make n name among men lit slfould point out the qualifications ne cessary to success faithfulness hon esty Industry He should dwell upon the advantages n good education and thoro preparation live Ho should lead his pupils to think carefully about the advisability of going on with their education In their IOBSORS ho should continually bo suggesting things they will learn when they come to tho study of algebra geometry and latin Their ambitions will thus tie aroused and their minds be turned Into propnr nlmnnola of thought Many a successful man boon grateful testimony to tho fact that some wise teacher of his youth tint placed the Ideals before his mind that led to his usofulltfoss first aroused in Jill heart an ambition to do something that would make the world better It would not do to close tide chapter without a word concerning tile TheIcause they are usually found In the same class More often than otherwise tho worst boy has a bright mind Frequently ho is the best material in the school The reason ho is bad is because his restless energies have not been directed into right channels Not having anything goof as an outlet Ito his energy he has taken up- with whatever came to hand frequently falling Into mischief He lies acquired the name of being a bad boy and liar accepted it thinking this course the only way to have a good time The best chance for such a boy is a loving teacher who can see his good points who will not scold and who will see that his energies are directed to things worth doing It is well worth wjjlle to expend a large amount of heart power on the bad boy If you succeed you will Save one soul from death and hide a multitude of sins If he Is hardened In his ways there is all the more demand upon the power of the heart It la the only iurre that can reach hm It must be the kind lot love that shows no weakness no flinching sticks jo him thru thick and thin and calls him firmly to task when guilty of a wilful wrong The experience of the writer has lea him to believe that the difference between a good lay and a bad one fre quently lies In tho teacher A boy coon learns whether or not a teacher has the power to enforce his own requirements It he has that power his will will be respected if he lacks ii his wishes will be disregarded and the lay will take his own course It often happens in graded schools that boys who are bad under a teacher weak In government reform ot once when promoted to a gradQ taught bj one who Is a master of discipline Boys have a great respect for one who is muster of the situation WeOlk I J THE FARM II yeare live longer and bo happlur Para Journal I HINTS FOR FARM HORSes Nqver shout at a young horse while training him A well grown yearling is worth more than a stunted twoyearold Keep the colts feet In good shape Do not let thf tees liouome too long Irregular feedlng makes thin horses no matter what amount is given Tho oat box should bo large with broad bottom so that the oats will scatter and not bo bolted The brood mare should have a few hours exercise in the yard or on the road every day It does not pay to Icecp her confined The horses and colts sould be kept away from the hens and hogs The odor of the pigpen is offensive to the horse and hen lice are hard to erad icate- See to it that the work collars fit and that they are kept soft and clean There are few things more discourag ing In the beginning of a busy season than horses with sore shoulders and this vexation and cruelty can be avoid ed by the exercise of proper care Breed only to pure sires Use pure bred dams it possible Colemans Rural World IAn ad in the Citizen reaches over five thousand people If you take an inch ad thats over three hundred for a cent See if you can jwat it in any other way of telling what you want the people to know t IJN OUR OWN STATE Attempt to Rob Florence Bank Falls Tobacco A mles Active Prlco of Hogs Falls stride from polities tho most liupor tant happenings In Kentucky are still In the tobacco lIlt There hove been fllneIlikely to Itanium The storm centre has been In Owwtsboro where over five thousand men woro encamped kite last weok two armies ami tending fer control of that county YJoI8Dwu condemned by speakers on boUt lidos but most of the men wore armed Fin ally unarmed teen were started out to get pledgee but did not get many A report that the Grown H vorDis inlet Tolloco arowers Aenaetttton had made a sale of 8000000 pong of tobacco to the American Topaoco Company proved to be false 2tgo Uatlous were toads but the deal lift ally feU thru The twice of hogs took a eudtfvn slump late last week as will be sovtf j from our market reports The deal era In LonlsTillo and at other points expect that the price will nil still further but that there will be a alight advance from the bottom before the price Is fixed for the winter A jury In Fleming County awarded O D Ingram 4000 for injuries rus tamed to his feet while working on a scaffold on the C F aril A railroad at Flemlngeburg Six children were bitten by n inM dog at Owensboro Friday nail the animal thus attacked a policeman who shot nad killed it Six urea who wera discovered KrWa In the act of robbing t e Deposit Bank at Florence Ky made their oumpe In an autonwulle without carrying away any money Mrs May Morris who died at Arth ur Kdmondon County spud Ilflaty four years had lured fiftyfive ye on tho same fann and had trot Yee off the place but three llpm She lived in ten miles of the railroad be never saw a train and lien hoseee was within half a mile ot the Orson Rlwr but she never saw It but once The Left Fork Coal Company a concern that owns Set acres of eca laud on Left Fork of Straight Creel three mites from Plnevllle sold out last week to the WhltefWd Brother of Alabama for 66000 They ks4 only begun to prepare for operation A fire which broke out in Corbtn late Thursday night burned down Bine saloons and several other buildings lathe business district The total lossj will be about 100000 and there was no insurance so that mosey business men there will practically be ruined RICHMOND KY Nov 7 Captain P I Ballard 80 years old one of the oldest cltifens of Richmond died at his home surly today after a short ill ness Captain Dullard has been a life mate of Major Curtis F Burnam and is considered tho most remarkable man In Madison county laving held nearly every public office In the coun ty He was loatmaater under Irea Lin coln and during the war was provost marshal of Richmond from which position he acquired tho title of Cap tain In 1850 ho was Representative from this county and was for many years deputy collector under Landratn- Ho Is survived by four soil41rl- ank Ballard of Danville Ky Mr John Ballard of Chllllootho 0 Mr P P Ballard of Trenton Mo and Mr W S Ballard of Richmond and four daughters Mrs Rose Jnrntau Mrs W E Luxon Misses Bottle and Cattle Ballard all of Richmond HEW KENTUCKY MAGAZINE A new product of Kentucky which is a credit both to the state and the men responsible for It has canto to our desk In the form of the Belkuap Magazine published by the famous Belknap Hardware Mfg Company of Louisville As is tobo expected ot anything put out by that firm it deals chiefly of hardware and is first class It Is attractive in size and net up and the contents while all having meting to do with hardware we more interesting to even an outsider titan the average magazine Some of the articles that any cno will appreci ate are Oriental Trading by Mr Wm R Belknap Everything in Hardware a funny short story tho Early nnd Modern uses of Copper and similar articles Besides there are discussions which aro of peculiar Interest to tile hardware men and which ore calculat ed to help in almost any line of his business Many of these too are ct Interest to any one that is interested In the history of tho things we 1150 every day and how they are made Two of these are on tho making of enameled ware and of horse collars The illustrations are fine and interest ing and tho general stylo of the mag azln attractive and pleasing All In nil It Is a magazine which will easily make a place for Itself which will be greatly welcomed by a largo class if men and will be interesting anti worth the tlmo and money of almost all STATE DEVELOPMENT PLANS The Committee on Delegates for tho Sixth StBto Development Convention in Louisville November lb 20 and 21 has announced that tho prospcats for a full representation from every ooun ty In the state aro brighter than over before The program Is nearly ready for iiirnames souse of Kentucky and time United State I IealtilitK the foremast place the press of Kentucky has always had In t the progress ci tho State tho tumult tee on irogjam has naked Low K i Brown president of time Kentucky Press Association to dollvor an ad dries otk The Influence ot tho Prose on State Development Mr Brown I rausontsd to take the time from his business to make this address nnd has promised to ooopernto with the awoeiatloii In this groat work About twenty mon of national rep utation will bo an the program alto gether The lion Jas II McCreary will take the Panama Canal fur lite subject and will treat of the eeonom lonl relation of the canal to the pro green mud prosperity of the Southern Status A banquet will be given on the night of Thursday November SI the list night of the meeting This will be tendered by tho ciUsens ot Ioulsville to the delegates and it is promised that uo more attractive entertain meet could be offered than the one under process of preparation Besides all the arrangements that have peen made for the beHefU lniel iMtual awl physical for the delegated all railroads in Kentucky have agreed upon ratot one fare for the round tripThe convention will be held at the Gait Houio and It is said that the program that law been prepared is the beat ever gotten together for a similar meeting IAIU FOR SALU 91 acres c n the Pike 2 4 relies from Lrea all cleared lays well no buildings at 3780 an acre Apply to- W C LRWIS Kingston K- yliJTMABKEf Berea Prices Rggs per dot Wo Butter per Ib ItMo Potatoes Irish per bu401541 W Potatoes Sweet per buSi OMl to Apples per bu41 1042 to Turnips per be504B- acon per lb UMe Haw per Ib ltd Cabbage per lbIChickens on foot per lb104 Chickens dressed tier ibl3 Chestnuts per ltuP M Hickory nuts per Im i0 7M1 II Walnuts per buIOroC Butternuts per bu700- Live Stock Louisville Nov IS Choice extort tUsors I M I 38- Llgnt shipping steers 4 CO B 00 Choice butcher steers 4 X5 I m Medlnm butcher strs S H 4 16 Common butcher attn I 00 1 fA Choice butcher heifers 110 4 25 Medium butcher heifers S 00 J 50 Common hotelier heifers S 10 S 00 Choice butcher cows t 10 4 00 Medium butcher cows J 00 J SO Coiumou butoher coWS 2 9ft S 90 Canners 100 231 CJioIce fat QXenl 3i 47 Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 Choice bulls 3 00 30 tedium bulls 2 GO It 00 Common bulls 2 00 2 10 Choice veal calves C 30 G 79 Medium veal calves 400 0 00 Common calves 2 10 3 10 Good feeders 4 00 41 tedium feeders 3 JO 4 CO feeders 3 CO Common 36O Choice stock steers 400 Common stock steers 2 50 300 Choice stock heifers 3 00 3 CO Medium stock heifers 2 60 3 00 Common mixed stockers 2 CO 3 00 Choice milch cows 35 00 40 00 Medium milch cows 25 00 30 00 Common much cows IQ 00 20 00 11003 Cholco packers and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs Ii 3G Medium packers and butchers 160 to 200 Ibsli35 Light shlppers120lCO Ibs 5 25 Cholco pigs 90120 Ibs C 00 Light pigs GODO Ibs 4 75 5 00 Roughs 150500 Ibs 3 00 4 65 sneer Choice fat sheep 3 CO 4 00 Medium sheep 3 00 360 Common sheep 2 00 3 00 tucks 2 00 3 00 A New Addition To Berea A NEW STREET Lots For Balo In SeHt Part of Town at only 100 Terms td suit purchas er Two houses of four njul eight rooinunt reasonable prices B P AMBROSE SON I Box lla Berea Ky I Choice spring lambs C 00 5 CO Good butcher lambs 4 CO 8 00 Culls nnd tallfinds 3 00 4 00 AMISS 1OUK J13 00- HAMSChoice sugar cured light and special euro lH4o heavy to med hum 1111160- SHOULDHUS Oo per lb BACON Clear ribs sides lie regular clear sides lie breakfast Uncoil ISc sugar cured shoulders 9c baotqi oxtra llVo bolllos light He heavy 110UOOSCno count Sic liar doz idle lJUTTHIt170 per Ib POULTRY Spring chiokens small lOo per lb large So hens 80 ducks small young lie old lOe turkey young ISe old lOo geese 7o rabbits 1 00 iKtr doc- Wl1BATNo S red and long bossy life No I red and long berry lie- CORNNit t white MHO NO s mixed la- OATSNo 2 white 4tlI No S mixed 48Ka- RYIftNo S Western tIll nominal No S Northern Ms Tan Bark Prleo at the depot at Berea per cord 700 Tics- lrIHI at the depot at Deceit Bight and a half feet long C by 8 firsts M costa Night and a halt feet long C by 8 wile 28 cents Eight foot G by S firsts CO cents Eight toot G by 8 culls X rants Spokes Prices paid by Standard Wheel 09 at Borca for black or shell bark hick cry spokes split or sowed Per Thoua First size A mid B grade JU5 00 lint site C grade 000 First also D grade 7 00 Second site A nnd B grade 2100 Second also 0 wada 15 00 Secoiid size D grade 9 00 Third silo A and B grade 24 00 Third size 0 grade 12 00 SOr00FirstIn deep and 28 to 30 Inches long Sea lend oho is S in on tho heart 2 In deep and 30 In long Third size Is U In on the liuart IVi In deep and i 0 in long Fourth size is SMkln on- t lice heart m In deep and W In long A B Orndrf U good sound white coarse Dioavy growth live timber I full to sizes and free from defeats a Grade Is good sound white tim tier that Is lighter In weight and growth ia finer and not so heavy aa the A B Grads It must be into from defects also and full to silos D Grade Is goodiJWnind red and red and white mixed tlinbir dear of de foete and full tl slzas- Defects are knots worms bird pecks wind shakes crooked grain and checks To Educate Your Children This coiled cottage barroom with stoves tablos chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address- T lf J OSBORNE Berea Ky l C c H p +o+ore+o oo+o+oo+o o+ooro+oo+oo+oo+ofo+o+o IK i ADDING i- o + + o NEW ACCOUNTSo + tYo are constantly adding new accounts dour t iit Deal Justly and Liberally With All t of 0 iYour Account Solicited 0 o o INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS t + e io= = io + i BereaNationa1BankCapital I o t tsE WELCH HroBldont J L GAY Cushier o +o+o +o+o+o+o +o +oO+o+O+O +OD +O+O +O+o + +o+o+o +o +o4 o +o f ADOI 0 I SELLS THE LAND m Berea Town Property Improved and Unimproved Ono cottngo loft In west end 160 w Throo lots loft in west end an nero in each lot sI00 each m Ono eight room two story fraino building nil plastered IChlmnoy two grates good cistern 12 by 12 lot 100 by 800 fruit Ass trOtH wood house burn etc a A nlco cottage with throe 2roOIP Ono now IIOIIHO and lot KW I hivvo n farm of 43 ucruH Korea price 1200 A great bargain for anyone tot Fifty ono acres on Korea anti JUg III11 Pike M miles from I2500 per aero a Any One Wanting Property of Any Kind Call andIllNi See Me I Can Supply Your Needs J PBICKNELL f REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT JeOE MIi TRiPlE MURDER MAY BE SOLVED MATTRESS SOAKED WITH BLOOD AND OTHER SIGNS OF GHASTLY CRIME DISCOVERED IN A RAILWAY HORSE CAR It to Thought the Police Will Be Able To Run To Earth a Gang of Desperate Thieves and Mur derma SontU Bend Ind Nov 11 Through dip ucciUotttal discovery of ovldonco In a brace car at Buffalo N Y tha jKkllco of South fiend bellovo tho mys tery Bufrcmndtng tho loath of threo men vlUilu a week along tho Lako Shorn fathead in Northern Indiana will tw sulvoa and that thoy will bu Able to eta to earth a gong ot dmpor eto rntiiThTora Ifjp victims are- A XV Murjrtiey need 40 years Cole rado spring Colo killed at South fend llntptt Kjo 20 years Edgorton 0 IcUtod soar Goshen Ind Hwvy Uank ngcd GO years Borrlcn ooirtrtj llluttlgaa killed ut La Iorto IndA mtctaXo In witching a horse oar ctmtnlcoa mr horuoa into Buffalo In toM of vending It on to Now York city its itraUnatlon and tho subie iucnl tMocovery that tho hroses wero wlthont an oUondant led to an Invest Button Wrtrti developed the crowsome ttCJLfxyttLti the err was forced open the trarmocw + r fond tho floor covorcd with Mood tuo mafyess which lead been usod hr tho occupant ot tfco car lot a t ed noalted with blood and a hammer wWCh was uuUnod with blood end oa which vi A bunch of matted hair limey Ltytll Ito eteotc upcrlntonrt out nT the lake Shore tmmodlately made an InvBiUirUoo and leached 4lKft itp tbe tlmo the ear reached SottGi JKod A W Mnrphc7 was In rharco of tt its then learned from the loco pollen of tho finding ot Murphes holy at lip llobortsoa sttWt crowhig uf the IxtlM Shore The mystery of Kyle death was thnttglit solved hist Monday when the polttc pug Ponrt Malnca of Chicago throvflfc a swroatlng procos The tat tar nCUMnHethjed being with Kyle wflbfl ho nub his death and stated that he ftfl iron tiro car wjjcn he atunjrptcd in catch Ma hat which tho wind had blam here kin hind This explana tit howercr Is doubted TJU tkini killing ocruiTpil at report last Tead3when the body ot Henry Itan ft Borrlcn xwnty Mlc1tlpn woe fo mil At the llmt It WM supposed I that tot Lad been struck by a Lake Shorn trine and the coroner rordlct was 4e test effect NDSERVANTS Rescued Prom Burning Residence By Chief or Armour Concern I Chfovja m Nor UArU1U1 Mook w rHa to orcry day Ufo aa gnnoral inajKuoor far Armour 00 has been in cows n4 of many commorotal bat Uos wwa eniHcJ upon to l1aUlo with a Jlrd In his home ISIS Pra rio avenuo 110 ixxnmo the loader In saving his Your ifiHiiroa and the house sorvanta from tttn fltunro Ho himself rescued Ihnra of Hlo children and a governors raved Hit lonrth The lire which caused damage esti mated at X000 wan dfscovcrod by MVs9 Wdell at 2 oclock Tiio nurse on tho llitnl Hoer had been awakened by tho tcsugU s of two of the children Arthur Ir and Mary who were aslcvp In the note The em jlo from tho blaxo Jia l brltatoJ their throats Ttrclr oogWntf probably eavcd the lives of the crti le family Mr Mocker and tho I CpvwncM titled limn from their cots And fccro Hitnn front tho room rho father carrying Arthur jr and tho trovuiwau MID little girl Katherine cool hrnoc were sleeping In n room on VH ecound floor and tbo father boro bout of thaao in hh anna ut opoUmc 4EnWn1ted 100 Feet Below Surface r i t9VfltOawU In bbeakrlte of Draper colliery several 4 rttffh under ti1ct slliafrt and uv t ltrctly undo his own one alkudt icCtlbo 30 year old ofQllbor ton U cntM oJ lb la bahlnd thbu untie ofUwfete Musb and dirt ollvo but 00I1Itd to Jcitll beyond all holw of rotKwe Ho has been tmprlsonod rtnco 1 p 111 Saturday when ho Oftrf M wtileli cawed Q cayc n cxtotid almshJfft 1Hr IU e t Y f + 10Ft1eu9Q elbpnhdepirv1 ObjoNew 1l 4oWephtVAclpna 17jixira td wall shot and Milled by John FaM In front of tho latlora oa KxinKftt MM West 18th eiA ot Johi owtnwkl a companion of Vaclenn was raloJ Vacleaa and YIUi oo M1Ct youbg nien Ctehttkl Ii dht andLt6dlprtrause h o ltc4 thgmm- a f f to bMiderakiirllra rlntlto v JlA of ttend1tl troll inMjMcougro8 which will cOn vcne t morning 1h ficastonstrafch are to continuo through thuanertt vx s Jt r I Chilean Port Fire j WMWChUe Not This flort 9 tII bwn vji lIe by n flro the blg- geetNQtatted lesseee amou M over mt banted WM mosUy dwelMngs and JIO ItM teB 2000 gevplejmi homclewi NOT HOLDING ON TO MONEY NEW YORK DANKS TRYING TO SUPPLY THE COUNTRY Aiding West and Couth Gold Imported from Europe Well Dis tributed New York Tho loading Now York banks ware exerting tliomBolvos ac lively Friday to ttteot the demands of tbolr country correspondents and do posltors for currency They declare that tho suggestions mado from sov oral western sources that they are not mooting legitimate demands for currency from the west are entirely unfounded and that thoy are on tho contrary taking every practicable measure to aid tho west and couth One of thrum largo hanks with BOV aral thousand corroapondcnta has do plotod Its reserve by about a quarter during tho last tow weeks to rupply currency where It Is most needed and hen mode largo shipments to banks In San Antonio Oalvoaton Memphis Mobllo Atlanta and other southern points Tho country banks have boon allowed to draw down their balances to a point which affords In many oases hardly more than enough to moot the drafts sold In tho ordinary courso of business They have brought paper for rediscount to their Now York cor respondents In largo amounts and tho principal difficulty of tho Now York banks has come from the domand for currency to bo shipped against the balance created by thoso rediscounts It Is admitted that tho cotton move ment Is seriously chockod by tho lack of small bills and silver to pay tbo small growers and by the Inability of the southern banks to bandlo tho 1m manse volume of business accumulat lag at southern points Tho grain shipments are In better shape owing to the gold secured by tho banks of Minneapolis for paying cash In Now York on grain bills The stream of surplus gold pouring Into Now York has not boon halted bOIIngthn and ImjIlorters121000000 which has already reached hero will soon find Its way to every quarter of the country SANTA FE FINED 330000 Road Found Guilty of Rebating Re ceives Its Punishment Los Angeles Cat Judge Olin Wellborn In the United States district court Thursday fined the Atch Ison Topeka Santa Fe company 830000 for rebating The fine was what the court denominated ah Inter mediate penalty the maximum which might have been assessed being fl 320000 and tho minimum G6000 The Santa Fo company was eon Tided on October 11 last by a Jury In the federal court of granting rebates to the Grand Canyon Lime and Ce wont company of Arizona It was found guilty of all the 66 counts charged In the Indictment after but an hours deliberation Tho rebates which wore given on shipments ol limo and cement from Nelson Arizona to Los Angeles ranged In amounts from 36 cents to 16 Los Angeles Col Following close upon the heavy fino Imposed upon the Santa Fo Railroad company by Judge Wellborn in tho federal district court United States District Attorney Law for announced Friday that ho would proceed oat tho coming January term of court to prorocuto tho road upon Uio remaining Indictment of ton counts charging rebating FORMER DANKER IS SENTENCED F J Tygard of Duller Mo Given Five Years In Penitentiary Kansas City MoF J Tygard president of tho Dates National bank of Duller Mo when It tolled Septem her 20 1906 tan sentenced Wednes day to live years lii the penitentiary by Ju+ 30 McPherson In tho rode l1 court Tho conviction was on thq charge of misapplying funds of tho bank l Mr Tygard Is past 70 gears pf age and Is practically pnralyzcd Jlo plead + od guilty to tho cl and wall given the mlrilnlum Bcnlonco Judgo McPhorson intimated that If applica 30fayornblytho prisoners ago nod condition EARTHQUAKENALA9I Ae Submarine Disturbances Cause Neyj McCullough Peak to Subside t ofheivhalcrIlormpn tftlday morning from the Arctic ro boct f bata terrific carthquaRtf prs curCT at Uhnlaska about a ago andUwtMcCulloilgh peak which has crcalqd by an earthquake nearly a year Rgp and extended over S40Q feel auovo Iho sea has dwpdlpd to alntdsU npthlpp asqresglt tUtilt turbanccs Aged Couple Killed byiTratn Ashtnbula 0 Charloa fruIT and Saybrtxltl0yraro 8pner train horQ I lfT e were driving home and were etrucf j while the tractsL i i h New Cbunlerfelt 10 Bank Notii WnBhlnBtonV =Chlof WHklo pf tbt J secret service roiiortatho dlscoroi of at now counterfeit ten dollar natl 1iIl11 bank note Tho counterfeit lson the Wells Fargo Nevada National bank of San Francisco ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL BALLOON RACK I JOSEPH H CHOATE CHOSEN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF CIVIL SERVICE REFORM LEAGUE Resolutions Adopted Commending Roosevelt and Urging Congress to End Patronage Dlstrbutlon Buffalo N Y The annual meet Ing of the National Civil Service Reform league practically ended Fri day afternoon A brief Informal session lUbe held Saturday after which the delegates will visit Niagara Falls Joseph H Choato was elected preal dent and resolutions were adopted commending President Roosevelt for determined and effectlvo enforcement of civil service laws and rules and expressing satisfaction that con gross gives evidence of stronger sup port of the principles of tho merit sys tom The resolutions urge congress toI take further stops to relieve Its mem hors entirely from the unprofitable law her of distributing patronage and urges tho president nnd congress to provide for competitive classification of assistant postmasters pension ox amining surgeons and fourthclass postmasters also to provide that all other postmasters and all collectors of customs and internal revenue shall bo appointed by promotion thereby abol faking the present practice of appoint ing Inexperienced persons Tho president Is urged to make such amendments to the civil service rules as will reduce to tho minimum tho practice of making special excop lions thereto The policy of placing Indian agents In charge of on ap polntee classified under tho competi live system Js approved HITCHCOCK BACK ON STAGE He and Wife Weep When Audience Cheers Him Now York Raymond Hitchcock who gave himself up to the au thorities Wednesday rcaxaumcd his role at the Astor theater Wednesday night and was given a demonstrative wolqomo The actor looked haggard and 111 and his voice was uncertain as ho spoke his lines Meantime his wife who plays opposlto him was in tears and with difficulty followed hr cueAt tho end of the second act the comedian stepped to tho front of tho stage and In n tremulous voice said 1 want to thank you all for your ap plauso and encouragement I hope II shall always deserve It Upon Mrs Hitchcocks second on trnnco the action called upon her to shako her husbands hand As they Btqod there with hands clasped tho cbeers deafening and for a moment both performers seemed unable to continue Then Miss Zabcllo placed her Hnorisngod hand oh her husbnndai choolddr aftd kissed him Hitchcock broke down completely and there were a good many wet eyes In thq audience tob To Dral Their Quarrel Managua Nicaragua Presidents Ticloya of Nicaragua Davlla ot Iron duras and Flguoroa pfSalvador were In conference Wednesday at Amapaja l Jor tie porpppo Ot consolidating eac tn Central America They agreed to forgot past differences and declared ttiaOratbrnal relations existed mutual lyand thet previous treaties ot friend shipi for In torcbr few College Qu11cinpD dlca d bufdfngsoftat those destroyed by fire two SloarsiiEo were dedicated at flour bonals Grove iv jjcburb of Kaqkakeo Shocking SUulde of WeimanI iiOV XritCrnzed by Uie death of Jjqr JSthwab 23 YRIIZq i1drql a 1lrJIntQf olron artf st hotself from the roof 6rtho spvenslory apartment hbiiso Ja West o Hundred and urteonlh street whore sho lived last Friday Bbo was almpst Instantly killed 1 11 1 i7 lWarehouse Burr iTwOM laI119 fMtfeti paul Minn + = Tho warehouse of the Northern Cooperago company was destroyed by fire Friday night Two I men pro missing GREAT FIRE IN SUPERIOR Flames on Docks Destroy Property Valued at 4000000 Duluth Minn Nov DFlro which originated In elevator A of tho Great Northern railroad In Superior containing 000000 bushels of grain spread quickly and before It was got under control destroyed property valued I at 14000000 I Tho elevator was qwncd by the Great Northern railroad but was leased to the A D Thomson Grain company of Duluth Tho sparks soon Ignited tho Grand Republic mill on Tower Day slip tho great Lakes Dredge Rock company dock and the Duluth Superlor Storage company which contained the finishing plant ot tho Webster Chair company I The fire started at the southwest corner of the elevator A dock and before It was noticed had communi cated to the elevator An alarm was turned In and four fire tugs respond ed but owing to tho intense heat they were driven out of the slip and do voted all their energies to saving tho adjoining property The steamers W A Parent and W A Rogers were In the elevator A clip loading wheat and tho latter was to take out 300000 bushels of wheat Saturday The steamers Utica Alva and Chill were on tho opposite side of the slip at a merchandise dock and were pulled PU by tugs to save them from tlon destruoI Tho following structures troyed Two Great Northern Mlnkota flour mill and elevator Free mall mill and elovator Grand Ropubllc mill and elovator Commander mill and elevator 20 dwellings and sev oral small warehouses lining tho bay front GAVE HISLIFE TO SAVE TOWN Heroism of Mexican In Explosion at Nacozarl ArlzIDouglas Ariz The as a result of the Nacozarl explos ion Thursday Is now placed at 14 or 15 all Mexicans beside John ChIs holm aged 13 who was riding on tho train when tho explosion occurred A train on tile narrow gauge rail road to the Pilarcs mine in some way caught fire In tho train were two open cars heavily loaded with explos ives and the fact that the and a good part of tho concontratorI zarl woro saved from ruin tho bravery of the Mexican engineer of the train Jesus Garcia Realizing that to cut out tho burning cars and escape on tho engine would oxposo tho town to probable destruction ho called to tho rest of the crew to jump and started to run tho train away from tho town Ho had taken It about oeIcurredandis reported of the crow stayed with him and was killed Tho heavy death list Is duo to the fact that the explosion occurred lust as tho trait was passing a section bousokx which were w number of sec Upn men Convlcted for Syjcldo Pact Liberty MoTho jury fn flip case 6f Jesse 11 Webb charged with tile tnurder of Idea Walkitp with Whom ho had boon living brought In a ver dict qf manslaughter In the fourth let greI Thursday 4xlng the punishment at eight years in the penitentiary The couple had pnteiot Into a suicide pact nnd Webb declared that tho woman tot hCrsolf white the state sought to prove that Webb shet her and then slightly wounded himself Tho trig cdy occurred In a hotel room la Lib erty Fats Firs In Charlestqp W Va Charleston W Va The fourFtoly tiUlldlng ocdnpled by the vholcnlo grocery firm of Ruffnor fifos wad de stroyed by fire Friday entailing loss of 200000 with Insurance of 100000 Rapt J Jrolcylf tho fire department nnd John Dewey shipping clerk wore burned to death Rear Admiral Lyon Retires Washington Roar Admiral ifohry lV Lyon retired from tho navy Friday on account of having reached the age limit of service ROUND ABOUT THE STATE 11 What Sections Is Going of on In DIferentd WILLSON VICTORY May Retire Beckham If He Falls to Be Sent to the Senate Louisville KyThe landslide in Kentucky politics which swept the democratic ticket and present office holders completely off the political map also forebodes defeat for Gov J C W Bcckham In his tight to suc reed United States Senator James D McCroary Tho returns Indicate that the democrats will have a small majority from six to eight on joint ballot In the next general assembly and It Is on this that Gov Deckhom rellea to send him to the sonata but before this has been accom pUshed It is evident that the governor will havo to reckon with some of the defeated candidates on the state ticket who lay their downfall to the attitude of tho governor and who openly boast that ho will not go to tho senate but that on the contrary when he steps down and out for his successor Augus tus E Willson on December 2 he will then and there retire to private life FALLS PROVE FATAL To Three Children Remarkable Series of Accidents Rockport Ky Ttoroo fatal acct dents and a fourth which may prove fatal all being due to falls have created gloom ra this community Mrs J N Envbry of Cromwell upon enter- Ing the seeping apartment of her IsmonthoU baby found It lying upon tho floor with its neck broken The child which was dead when found had accidentally fallen from tho bed while asleep Calvin Taylor 10 foil from the deck of a steamer and was drowned Apha Dexter toll from a trop while out hunting and died from his Injuries Martin Rone a school boy Ml from A high ladder while ploy Ing circus and was perhaps fatally In jured Democrats Blame the Liquor People Owiensboro Ky Complete returns In Davless county give Hager a major- Ity of S24 over Wlllson for governor This U a falling off of nearly 1000 for the democrats in this county The democrats in Oweasloro are denounc lag the liquor interest for the alleged knifing of the state and city ticket It Is hollered that the election will be remembered by Owensboro democrat when the next local option election Is held in Owensboro and Davlosa county three years hence Marked Money Found TIs Said Elktowa Ky Floyd Little assist ant postmaster here is under arrest charged with having rifled letters con tAinlng money Post oQlco authorities who arrested him say ho had marked money that had been placed In decoy letters One your ego Leslie C Little wto was assistant poatinastor here was convicted of a similar obArge after being olmtJarly trapped and sentenced ta serve 13 months In the doctoral pent tonttary at Atlanta Ex Live Stock Inspector Indicted Louisville Ky Former Live Stock Inspector Dr S A Bradley who was recently deposed tram oflTce by Mayor Bin sham nnd the general council was Indicted by the grand jury for cmbez xlomcnt and bribery In office Law rence Shang and Henry Spatz alleged accomplices were also Indicted for bribery grand larceny nnd obtaining money under false pretenses and for having expose for sole diseased meats Will HDId an Election Burkeavllle KyActing upon a pet- Ition filed In the county court of Mon roo county asking that on election be held under the county unit law Judge Miller Iras ordered an election for De comber 7 Liquor Is now sold legally in but one proclnct In Monroe county and tho indications BrO that the drys will win Yeggmen Invade Florence Bank Covington Ky SafebUiwora In an automobile visited PhVrcnce Ky and wrecked the vault of the Florence De posit Bank Thoy did not secure any thhig of value ftsf tho nolso aroused the citizens who opened fire oa the rob bore who easily outdistanced a parse In tho big car I Begin War on Saloons Newport IcyAil preparations have hoen completed by tlio TrotoMaat mint iitera for the opoatng of1 the crusade against naloona in Campbell county which will continuo for tho next two months with lectures in all the Proto estant churches Looted of Gunny Sacks Petersburg KyA gang ot yegs moo entered the Farmers Bank hero early and looted Itto the extent of 200 gunny cocks Thoy were frightened away by Sam Hctuloy I Fusionists lo Contest Lexington1 KyAt a meeting of re publicans and Independents hero It was decided to contest with tho democrats ho result of tho election for every city and county office voted for Wholesale frauds win bq ghargod against tho democrats VctoryI deny Is elected circuit judgo II tjiluijlstilct by 890 ranjorttyflver Tbcxbad rem jinn nab carried Elliott by G27 Morgan by 715 and Lawrence by 154 while T1eo bald coiled Carter by only bus 1 RETURN OF TAYLOR To Face Charges In Goebel Case Is Assured Says Fisher Paducah Ky Daslng his statement m a tolosram received from W S Taylor former governor of Kentucky Who Is now living at Imllanapc4h Ind Postmaster Frank Fisher of this city says tho former official win rcturp to this stale to face charges of compile ity In the assassination of Wm Car bel Tho telegram follows Thanks for your congratulatory telegram I congratulate you and tho pooplo of Kentucky on the noble work you did on the nth It waz a grand battle nobly fought and nobly won Of course It means much to me Vin dication is what I desire above all else and vindication 1 will have I believe somewhere some time Postmaster Fishers tolegMm sent Immediately after the result ot thoIelocUon was assured read I congratulato you on your opportunity for complete vindication SLUNG SHOTS AND GUNS Were Drawn and Kentucky Notables Were Near a Bloody Conflict Louisville Ky Several of the most prominent men In tho state coma near having a very serious difficulty here Holm Bruce republican and ose ol Kentuckys greatest corporation lay yers Henry Boaworth Aomocratlc nominee for state auditor Jade Ohas A Wilson and Davis Brawn a its tiller were the participants Mr Drown went to an BfHtown pre cinct to investigate a charge that Mr Bruce a4 iastruoted the reprbllaas judges to refuse to allow xaturaUzed citizens to vote When their payom were signed by the late Judge Jha Mc Cann Mr Bruce admitted teat ho had told the judges that If ho were U tholr posltioa he would not ceejtt rich papers One word brought on soother and several backers ot each part draw guns and slung shots but cooler coun lei prevailed and trouble wan avoided Fight For Thousands Lexington KyJohn MeCllntocU a prominent capitalist of this city has been notified that arguments In the taw moue Taylor will case will Va heard iu the Arkansas supreme court December 16 McCllntocku wife is a daughter of the late Dr C M Rey Taylor by hIs first wife When Dr Taylor oiled at Little Rock hf left an estate ot a million dollars He left Mrs MoCllntock only 5000 and she brought suit to break the will The jury returned n verdict In her favor last November wherenpoa the other heirs took the case to the Arkansas supreme court Fatal Poll Fight Lexington Ky Clyde Campbell was killed W R Campbell patrolman and Michael Murphy fatally wounded and Marion Smith another poMoeman slightly wounded In a fight at the South Broadway voting precinct bore W R Campbell was a cn dldate for councilman and protested against Mur phy interfering with votors at the polls Murphy and Smith arrcetod him and It is charged his non shot Mur phy All of them began shoaling with tho result named Sculptor Gets 40CCO Frankfort yThe State Oapltol Commtealoners hoot a meeting to pass on some routine matters and while ln session madp a final eelU tent of 40000 with Sculptor Nlehauso for the work over the front entrance ot the new stato house The flno eked work of the numerous figures la teo pedt wont was dono by Peter Rocsak an Austrian sculptor The bufliUag will probably be Completed by Jams xv To Store Surplus Corn Hlckman KTl1e A S of H Farm era tnkn have about finished a large warehouse at Jordan eight miles frota here Tho building will told 8080 barrels of corn They will use It is store surplus corn and hold it for the lioaetlt of the members of tho nnlom pig Socialist Veto Franklin KyTvAiUiousB Stepson county ontainatess than bali a tlOZIM socialists the stub books tet mcd ivoni twelve votlagprectdcla gWw C L Hornby eoclallst Bomlnob tree rail roaU comnll IOO volea First Fanure Lexington KyRaefirst baessf- ailure In LcxtnktrfadketiS4 strin gency In the moneY nunrkcfb9alxvlhen Rogers ft 1Itge tIhotr lkitrsYJtled a deed of trust trio eheagtlgRllPJtWote croditoraWlltHaveWiferwd fkst 4 Vrrsallles KyrT1lr prdxs J 8t to Issue JW POO bonds for waterworks and aewerasbin VASalllos carried bj 247 votes tofll against Feet Cut Off By TraIn Lexington Kych1Uioo Booth 60 unmarried and living In Harnds1 urg KyW28 run over by M L und N train and both feet cutoff Ho was takes to tho hospital and will proba bly dlo 19 b prauiluently coanoctod Iti narrodsburg Scrapping Over a Circuit JudgeshIp London Ky + John C Eversuto was dpforteij by U DLowJa for ckcttit Judge to lie new 33d Judicial district by a decidedmajority Both arc ro- wpublloase and both claimed to be tha I Romlntv m the primarj caI j i te0iatge opoeropopofepafdRofofof ofofofofopafafofafasoc i East Kent c Correspondence I- Iij News You Get Nowhere Else I f I i se cone p ndtace raut4wale itCiM la lull by tin wrttet Tae AaDlj M ti ut fr pablleelioa set aaa evldroee f ro 4 falter Write Uulr i ocfoeoeofpccaoeoRoooQofosLAUREL IKSUAS r Nov JThe most interesting neWs h eIBileblt talk about thq olectioh We aw having fine weather to gather corn Wallato Turners daugh terv was married Saturdaj to JIIf e Lewis We all with thorn a hnpp- yIllQIIss Amanda Uaggs of Jackgpn county visited BotUp Hendrlcks hero Saturday and SundajrWp ore having as fang singing at Rough Creek tlio attendancQbQlng about CO Tho nlnt ing masters are Martin Auser nnd Japes Qomo one and ILWopr expecting the IioyU B Pavls6f Harden to call at push KyiSunday endo an Interesting talk to the yoiiug fplks Vlo Inyltos nil to come lIsa Rebecca Shell has been I visiting a Ulster at Harlan Ky for jl about two weeks and returned home last Thursday Klnloy Hondrloks Is gone to Leslie County to vigil JIll i mother and has npt yet returned Miss Bettjp J Heudrlcks was the guest of Mary and Dora Boggs Sat urday and Sunday There will be a box supper at Marlan Shells Thurs day night i McWHOPTIIIl Nov 0The Odd Fellows of this place had a celebration the 2Cth In which Odd Fellows from other lodges took a good part There was the largest crowd present that has been seen at McVVhorter Dave Ma gee Chester and Sid Jones visited J B Johnson and family Saturday I night returning home Sunday There was a box supper at the Turrets Creek school Saturday nlghtQulte a largo crowd of young folks of this place contemplate a visit to Bush Jake Will and Nacy Morris Sr haveI returned from Harlan County report a fine time Alex an Minter Bailey are petitjurors this term of courtSunday school at the Discipline church Is progressing nicely Old uncle Ellsha Bowling Is very sick at this writing Tho election Is over now some one Is beginning to feel sad and disconsolate GARRARD COUNTY VAUACETOX Nov 11 Mr George Tisdale sold J his farm to Mr Lawnle Stow fori 1350Jeff Davis bought a house and I lot of Collins Cay last Saturday for 175oscar Gabbard and family moved to Berea last Tuesday Bodle Day has moved Into the house pur chased by Jeff Davis on Day walk Mr Harden Kidd and family have moved into his new house on the Cartersvllle road near Wallaceton i Preacher Slneths two children who have the pneumonia fever are thought to be on the mendMr and Mrs Will Itodgers are all smiles over the arrival of a boy Little Pearl Baker the daughter of Burnam Baker who fell over the teaketle and Was badly burned about the neck is better at this writing CLAY COUNTY IIIUOHTSHADK Nov 7ollver Wagers and W Mills made a business trip to Ford during the week Jasper Smallwood j who has suffered for several years from chronic disease is much worse this week Three cases of typhoid are b reported In the neighborhood of Spring CreekA C Day went to I 4Flat Lick WednesdayIt is very that Mrs Emma Wagers will be appointed Postmistress to succeed Mr Day who has resigned Anderson I Smallwood Is hauling logs for Oliver have cornIOllberttogether with harness and wagon to E Q Saulsberry for U75The elec tion went off very quietly here but an unusually large vote was polled an overwhelming majority as usual being for the Republican ticket Hon J D White came up to the mouth of Otter Creek Tuesday to vote and have a jolly time mingling with his friends on the election grounds Henry Short a Berea student who la at present engaged in teaching on Spring Creek came out to the polling place Tuesday Elbert Smith who Is superintendent of the work at the stave plant here went to Bowens Creek Wednesday to put a stave mill in working order LIE COURT IIAVFORD Nor SWe have been having some fine weather but it will soon be time for a change Charlie Mc Guire has moved to his new home on Upper Sinking Creek where he will take charge of a large logging job for E It Spotswood and sonJ G Rowlett Is still working on the yard and is getting to be a distinguished lumber stacker although he is slow M D Wall who is clerk in E It S and son store at this place has a fine 1- r r iit pneengA00A0fofOfOfOfOfOf00 trade He Jias about all lie canI having sometimes njout fifty ci to more waiting at oiloe A wreck oji tho S fi M L SVotswbods linrrow giia c road a tote dnjfis ago to which Engi near Hiram fleece anti tirakeraan Joff Allen zero slights injurodhsjtbe- dmi claarcir ii ii ntld the r eq ii o DartCouglitciilover Ho wasa good b91 and vhd a host of friends Woail nro very I sbrryto hear of his death But what ho has done we allmust do sooner or f later So let us think the matter ocr and try to1o onto better Mrs Lucy Troadvrajr ot Vincent Ky is visiting her pon and daughter B B Trwulwny nnd placeMADISON i1 i 1RGYIU9 Nov SWc are having fine weath er now and the people are very busy doing their fall work David Fulllng ton and wife of Oklahoma lslteiII their npphew Wm Jones and the past few days Miss Bertha Dan iels of Estli County Is visiting her cousin Miss Pearl Young this week Dave linger and family visited their brother Wm Jones from Saturday un til Monday They were on their way to Nebraska to make that their future home We wish them good luck and happiness Kenneth Hunloy of Ham- Ilton Is out here on business ming ling with friends and neighbors Mrs Erven Hayes and two children of near Winchester visited Wm Jopes and family the past week Miss Mag gie Benge of Big Hill visited her sister Mrs Lizzie Klmberlaln today J Clemens and family of Illinois and Mr and Mrs Ed Elaxandra of Dreyfut spent the day very pleasantly with L Lamb and wife yesterday Wm Gooch and Kenneth Hunley went to Richmond today E B Walton I wife and children of Brassfleld visited Mr Mortemore Walton and wife lost weekMrs Nellie Ogg went to Berea yesterday tq see her daughter Nina Dave Gabbard of this place has the sympathy of all Ills house and its contents burned yesterday while they were away from home leaving them penniless with only the clothing they wore He has a wile and one child Miss Nina Jones has not been as wet as common for the past few weeks JACKSON COUNTY MCICKR Nov 9Wm Isaacs of Waneta wan town todayJohn Welch and fam- Ily and Mr and Mrs Jerry Sparks started to Garrard county today to visit W R SparksMlsses Kolker Hoekje and Tecolstle left yesterday for a visit to reaGeorge Tlncher J N Huff and Daniel Wilson were in dayIshow upI suppose the auditor and his clerks also the treasurer and his clerks were too busy looking aCterI their own interests to pay any tion to the claims of a poor over worked underpaid school teacher rain1 hoursIPreston weekjMostWlllson Smile the kind that lasts Old Uncle John Farmer as everyone here calls him is in better health now than usual He is ninety five years old nearly blind and IsI confined to his bed most all the The following teachers were in town today Messrs J B Durham G MI H S Johnson G W Rader S1n1ISunday at ten oclock a m with an average attendance of about sixty John Riley Amyx of Maulden is vis- Iting at his brothers Dr W T Amyx thla week HTOZXT Nov 9We are having some pleasant weather at this writing Every body in this vicinity is rejoicing over the election We are glad to know thtt Mr B H Cole of Pittsburg has bought the Isaac Stephens farm and is going to move to it in a few days We are glad to have Mr Cole M Gabbard Jras a neighbor W of this place sold W M Hurley his farm last week for 425 and bought the Wm Alumbaugh farm on Birch Lick and will move to it by the first of January 1908 We are sorry to give up Mr Gabbard as he is a good citizen Charley Gabbard who baa been so poorly with pneumonia fever Is very rapidly Improving Mr and Mm W M McCollum visited their son John McCollum on South Fork Saturday and Sunday Uncle Wesley Qabbard who has been in poor health for some time is getting along all O KJohn F Gabbard of Sand Lick visited his parents Mr and Mrs Jacob IL Gabbard Friday fir jr- ff ifidtI pr t Nov C Ainimbor oViibWnffi fc afro coiitctitplntfagr g js tb rimaa- ttend to ieliodl Ufd winter tlhPntmars arts about turorigh sowMn =a M Mdoio prlncfpalDYtWe doilitfi I sclibftl wrfs In tills iwirt VsVtfifaf brt1rjweroA Bowman W mnkltft ni1 WiuifrigV Knllinnftm 1rIducted by the 1tilvlotl MuYrHj fcW the Rev RoliortAhtbiifIt M Bra Blirtwsof JIoKoevWteil friends nuti e Intivos bJbrelast wookvJolncAt Kii oPMnuldon attended clrwrthlierer flayArch atetorssold hllllUrnr to tho stavonian Jn Hntlptfurfc UWi j nnd has recentlyrmonxIaotr RtfUJou Camp Whoro ho1 has puriiidasddst ij other farm MrvandrMrs taInJaIli and stfti Arthdr ofirMU Vernoiidiavo bceir visiting Irlunds and roaUv hero recently MlsscsvNnanlp taiiil Mauil Voodworotho inid8Ui illjLou Holcomb Sunday U H tywlijonib went to SbXtous frock Sund rho eight months old baby ofiMrjjaitul TIICU11t1rlCause hoar from the McKee corresponded moreTcgularly Hurrah for Augustus E Wlllsbn p nunii H11 rlItILmeet Sherman Abrams with a iciIr c mules which R J Halo purchase si for 2S0Soveral from this vieinlty Mont to Pilot Knob church today and reported a fine tlmo Meroit sparks has come homo from HamlUojL and gone to work for It J Hale II says he likes old Kentucky the bWt Miss Maggio Bongo made n trill to Dreyfus Thursday Mrs George Benge gave tho young folks a social on Saturday night Several wore present and all enjoyed themselves Mrs Tom Click made a flying trip to Hugh ThursdayMrs Harden Azblll was the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo Benge Wednesday night Will Parks of Kingston visited his crandparentsI ThursdayJ W Van the sick list at this wrlting+ Mrs Will Bratcher of Berea visited her son Ell Sparks Saturday night James Benge of Panola made a flying trip to W It Bongos Sunday Will Haley is working on W It Benge chimney today There will be a box supper at the Owslev Fork schoolhouse on Thanksgiving night INov 28 Everybody Is Invited We want the girls to bring boxes and the boys to bring their pocket books ULunED Oct 21Cool weather at present Services at old Uncle George Aklns yesterday by the ROY Mr Murry were well attended Save your 100 corn and feed lightA Stackmoro Is looking for a stray red steer feign ing about 1250 poundsJ S and W F Jones made a flying visit to Egypt Sunday evening Mrs Stewart who has been 111 for some time Is still very poorly but we hope for her recovery OLIN Nov 4The funerals of Neal Moore and his wife were preached at Bloom ing Grove church house Sunday by the Rev Wm Anderson of Gray Hawk and Abel Gabbard of ParrotMrs Rachel Robbins of Indian Creek is visiting her daughter Mrs Owen King hero this week Miss Etta Medlock has been very sick with measles butI Is somewhat better Sid Bowling of Turrell visited his daughter Mrs Jenny Medlock of this place Sunday Miss Ida King visited her auntI Vanla Allen of Moores Creek last Friday and Saturday George Simp I son of East Bernstadt visited home folks here Saturday night and SundayIHarry Moore of Tyner this place SundayThomas this place and Miss Cattle Carmack of Isaacs were married on the 31st They have beet wishes of all friends There will be singing at Mr Bailey Simpsons tonight Mr Morgan Simp son will return to East Bernstadt to- morroW where he has been working for some time Miss Cora King made a business trip to Moores Creek Satur dayDan King Jr Is having great success In his poultry buslntss Lit tie Ellen King visited at her uncle Mln Turners last Monday Everybody U anxious for election day to come off with great hopes that Wlllson Will bo elected for Governor in this itate PARROT Nov 3 Considerable cool weather at present Andrew Gabbard contemplates moving to his new home on Pond Creek soon Rachel Price sal has been down with pneumonia I able to be out again There were some very interesting political speeches at Letter Box last night Judge R R Pennlngton was among the speakers Cleveland Angel of Mlddlefork who has been at Hamilton for the past few months has returned home again There were services at this place today conducted by the Rev Harry Cole of Plttaburg A protracted meeting has been held at Mt Zion with about twenty additions to the church We 11 i t AJI w = nrb bxpbat111g1a nrotrncl nt hello Box coinmohcliig Ole third Saturday In this monthJ H Hundley has ord ercd aflnd llho of tlrcoodsosotl siiitoOl 1l 11 expected hopio from Hamilton In ft ihort Urns The vtaddlng bells nro ringing In this part of tile nelghtrqr Iftroa and wo hour whirrs for II1Qttll Mon tio Winter time lm i nchVii liu And tile flnkoa begin tb Tifbn t6 bill farewell to autumI Witliva nbod old pumpkin plot u Ndv 9 Ohtilerlegagni 1i nd C hr ooiljo Itigtliliotit Lolds stein Is the Iifrjl llrotrActlVIbQrtied Very badry Elijah UaUterd amid Yatniry liavo ixVn visiting lite slit or Mrd Rachel Prica Jlminla- Hundley caught a flu bppusQm tiw dlfior dayitwetgRtd 12 i oiftfdsr- jwiisy llhkrfr and wife were Ui oata 1111yAtt ot Lite Sfttlrdfl11U 1l iSuriduy Sire Ohm Morgan Nltrflod from Ilumlllon Ohio tIle other day Prayer meultiwas well ntlMiditl Sunday nlg it Hop there will be one next Sunday Andy Tlnclter returned to Hopper Jvy to spend a few wvuka Mr Nathan Cornellsou and Davo Holland of laurel attended meeting at Parrot Sunday ulght Rnsool omI is on the mall routu this week iOICUtAM u Nov 10Mrs Abblo Drew is vest Ing friends and relatives at Gooahlaml crandIdllughtcreral hunters went out Saturday night but they ware caught In a rainstorm The pleasant rvtathor has broken rain and Iorrlsllhaswork mule about 1C hands high nndjl tho same agoOur singing progressing nicely J K Morris la teacher Miss Ellen Isaacs has gone to Wlldle Ky to stay with Tom Stewarts family Tho women of this section say they will have to quit vis tang each other as they cannot crow the footlog slnco the creek has risen Znr McGuIre has been upeeulatlng In spoke timber Nettle McGuIre nnd her husband visited her father John Catet Saturday lastJ W Callahan of Indian Creek leader of the baseball team of McKee and Amos McCollum a sportsman Of the same place visited J It Callahan Wednesday lost Wm H Isaacs Is slowly erecting a now dwelling house William Collins is building a chimney for George Gatllff on his Horse Lick farm Mr Collins has the contract for two other chum eye to build Tho Sunday school at Lone Oak Is progressing nlotly There will soon be a box supper at Lone Oak They want to raise some money up there to improve tho schoolhouse The election In this precinct at Pine Grove went off quietly There was no use having linger name on the bal lot in this precinct There was one man voted In favor of the tax receipt law through mistake The mountain people are in the best spirits because of the chance of a Republican governor MCKCASUE COUNTYI- IOONE Nov 11 Regular services were held nt Falrvlew church Saturday and Sunday conducted by the Rev D H Phelps and the Rev W H Lamber- ts Lucinda Wren is thought to be dying at her home near this place The infant son of W H Smith has been very sick but Is thought to be better at this writing Matt Young of this place and Miss Thenle Collins last week Congratulations were married one day and best wishes Mrs Jo Leavltt visited Mrs T S Wren Sun day evening Marlon Smith has been visiting at the home of W M Smith some few days Charles Oldham went to Richmond last Monday and lost his vote Why did he not vote for Will niTOur Sunday school la getting along nicely with A D Nuckles as along nicely with X D Nuekles as su perintendent Mrs Mattie Wren rent to Mt Vernon today on some business Mrs Dave Martin went to Derea Monday The farmers are all very busy gathering corn at this placer Mary Wren visited Mrs Joe Wren Monday The family of Joe Leavltt expect a visit soon from Geo Lamb and wife of near Dreyfus Ky Mrs Ida Huff was a guest of Miss Nora E Coyle SundayMr and Mn James Lambert were guests of Mrs Mattie Wren Sunday Mlsa Bessie CurDy visited Miss Jennie Chasteen Sunday Jippns Mineral rolluoURI On the list of the worlds mineral productions Japan rub firth In Its production of sulphur third in antimony fourth in copper sixth In pe troleusB aa4eIhthln coal OT ADsretny tntvrMt Aside from the principle involved an in addition thereto remarked UII great Bnancler the banking business is one of absorbing Interact Pr f I HAMILTON OHIO LETTER Hamilton 0 Nov S J907rA very heavy thunderstorm pa sv l over Ham ilton Tuesday night with vivldllght ling and heavy rain Several cases of smallpox have boon reported anti nir BOljool children attending the twhooli of limo oilY hId to bo vaccinated There wero according Jo reports 91 parsons klllcxlbsteam rnllwiy I ntpnlhOotogul ol 40 were tnfcpatwors nijd t2 wore s ra ploJcc Thoro wont uulcldo otiwi in llainlltun laVtweek a Mrs Brack lJRrriTmaiiagor rpr tho Cincinnati UullI0te pgoaPAngllhi ynoytrain rtclmborothey oxpeot to make tholr home for a CtanutlopCgntplPaiComictilys r soinbAlla4 slotieS then ugita iurloj the prtii irlreo grtour wept owing hanlQnUbeenlatof off rb great flnanolnl JI8Iweek luia onuses faar hrit as well as many other ptacos that ii panic la up yi tit A rcof mfthy banks are using Cloarlng House Cer tlfloatos Tho American dan Ca U PftTrdlIY thomTheIDomoamts RoptibllcniiB woro elected Clint K Walling for oily treasurer A Slnr gedant on eduentlonal board and Olle councilman thad Straub Democrat was eleccd tar mayor by over SOO ma jority Rov Win Spurgeon of lint land one of the worldsgroatest evan gelists a Brother to the noted Hpur gcon of England has boon holding n revival In Cincinnati during the past wctk Ho said In ono of his sermon there that the churches needed A re vival that there Is no use for a dead church trying to revive a dead world Ho docs not bellovo in doing as he said tho American evangelists do in rushing converts Into church that they too often become backslider and cold Christians Largo numbers have been attending his meetings and receiving great good The Liquor Traffic Must Go Science Says So I would AH soon tako n done of nr sonic IH a tloso of nlcoliol Huxloy The Supreme Court Says So Thoro IH no Inherent right In n citizen to soil Intoxicating liquors by tliu rotnll It IH not n privilege of 11 cltlzon of n State or HI A of SuprutnoCourt ptohlhltthootherU S Supruino Court The Churches Say So It CAn never ho legalized without Bin Methodist Conference We favor prohibition for the nation JlnptllltCumcntlon No political party tins a right to expect the support of Christian mon so long as x111015 committed to tho UceiiHo policy Presbyterian Goner al AxKcmbly Great Men Have Said So Every man who voles for license liquortrnllloWin McKinley A cancer In fJoclet out itvttalH It nillst bo eradicated note root must be loft behind Abraham Lincoln Industrialism Says So Tho railroads and factories have pronounced against it The in telligence of the people is against it TrokkH front Joining Masons wij Other Orders Dy the decisive vote of 430 to 72 the delegates and representatives in session at the Grand Lodge meeting of the Kentucky Masons at the Masonic build Ins voted last week to adopt as an amendment to the Constitution a reso lution prohibiting the entrance ot any person engaged in the liquor bus iness into any of the orders lodges Courier Journal The same is true of the Odd Fel lows Knights of Pythias and other or ders It is u hard to get used to doing without whiskey or beer as it is to qull smoking or chewing Try either for a year sad a man rarely goes back to his old habits Give Richmond chance just like you give yourself a chance to do without the nuisance pt saloons The first six months of local option II the hardest part of the struggle Be patient and behave your self Because you cannot do without saloon Is no sign Richmond cannot do without themand you too The Lraor Traffic Ut Co The mischief of alchbllc beverages dot 5 not consist in any particular mode of distribution It inheres Is the beverages per se The secret flf their evil is in every bottle High license low license no license gilded palace dirty doggery dispensary wet drug store arei all Identical la result The same Quantity of liquor will have the same effects whether administered by Angel devil or man tf t i ff 1 c BEC HAM BEATEN Conftmtni from IMrx slue Mr 0rhisteac office as Mayor of Louttvillo Tugeclayanti has already appointed tho heads of the city dc- jViHmontij Who lie to servo Under limnThu results In the whole country and falcon as favorable to Itoimblkau chances In tho national elfct ion next year the thoro were local tuome in PO- mouy plaosa that It U hard to say just whd the effect would hn on tin national Issues The Provident iwutd a stal inent lato last each aylng that ho wns greatly pleased and foresaw that tlioK lUblloatiB would win easily next yoar lip jcougnvtulntfid Kentucky on the results hero I r A oK U4 2JMIEREA Ot Lack of Training nnd Coaching Offset Homo Boys Sunorlojr Individual Playing In jflafd Oanie Poor teem work by Heron costlier tlig last of tits hltereollettd tuolllftll JenIi result of her superior work nnd training t watch more than offset harness slightly heavlMr men and bettor mI dividual plying The nerd of cuatii ling nnd prnetlco WM seen an It was In the Georgetown gauze but it aaa I evident that It tier buys had taken tho seta and had the chanra the I the K U teen hall they would he o boon victor Tide was so evident that an exIt U back who WM pres ort at tho gaiuo said that with two weeks training ho could put time lit I ren boys In shape to beat any tram lit tho state It loen pHy tlmt with snob inrttlirlal hones eould net lave taken a blgbor nude Tho ono thliiK noeowary to tills is work As It was tho score dOOll not Indi cato the relative strength of the two teams as IJoroa should Imvo ecorfd at least twice She was able to hold the ball under her opitonento goalposts a large part of the time and was the time near enough to try goal from tho field nil of which failed however Both Powers and Moose made fine runs with tho ball Tho latter cnco secured the ball on a tumble on 1C U 36yard lino and had a clear field for a touchdown but WIll finally caught by a taster K U nina on tho 10yard line Powers was badly thrown several times and tackled u hard that ho hurt himself and was finally forced to retire from tho game with a wrenched shoulder and a sprained ankle Ills Injuries are pain lul but not serious Clark and Swope tho Berea ends played thulr positions In first claw style Clarks tackling being especially good Bwopo tackled well and was a big factor In advanc ing the ball on forward passes All tho lino men played good ball and very few plays directed at tho five centra men were successful until near the end of the game i Berea outplayed K U decidedly In many ways lien use of the forward pas was better and she did At least aa good work on straight football It was on formation plays of various kinds that K U made her heavy gains and these Bores was unable to stop because of lack of previous coaching All In all the gAme was a creditable ono to the home team and Berea has no reason to bo shamed of her representative The lino up K UroITIOND errs Wheeler Co lloiutonBalllc Kirk JO Caldwell a0T DotlrnhaftrTrr InnctaambleClark RK Cam pbtil I It SoonSwopFlanncry vv JfcCuh rowen cap UIt0 Pl r RIIB leapt ltvneKaitmanUeeM Q B wiytentea Umpire Wallace Referee WUaon HIDED CITIZENS BABLl Tr lseeN IS gssavl uIasss- Wa lsvke yon qids f1 2 p3ea ab loan a pot4bs ftt yolk tieseti bL ilkds m nbvtMt lees or aaaD J st J WyDttiC IXY A ENGINES BOILERS SAW MIL tREPAIRED Vk PtesIy Rtura+d- CS IaT i tsrKy- Folks wile expect t Ntwv34 t an dlsappolntei I II J r0 iC T J9 4lu a