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IHES I IJENT S OFFICE I3EREA KYIX I CO IIIMooBroKATIICU Z i tthJIMlod W41lHMJKIru ut- e ebuaae rnnikr eoeeeoeoeoeoeooo e e BEREA COLLEGE EDITION THE CITIZENDevoted the Interests the Mountain People nwowoaoaoaoaoaneoaoaopoM Vol Five cents copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 3 1908 One Dollar a year No 10 TWO OF THE COLLEGE BUILDINGS J Berea has Eight Buildings of About this Size and Over Twenty Smaller Ones Which are used Entirely and Students I Till Cut a Tm LrfR tR r Im Big Year For Berea College in Better Condition Than Before New Strength in all Departments and Every Advantage will be Offered This Year to the Hundreds of Students New and Old Bore College will enter on Ita jtara work thus tall In better scow dition than ever beforo and that IA raying a good dell Careful work has been dons In oil departmental nnd each bas ben materially suvnpthened Several new bullet UK have been ensiled notably a new hocpiial and ninny of the old oee uc hewn renovated Now teaches cf proved Jiblllty have been added to roeThere is every IndlaatioB that ki utenco this your will bo largely lucrMurd and that the average char alter and ability of the atudonU will be th nlghoet known here Many tine young people arc planning to enter In the tall torn and thorn li no doubt that tho awol year will fcuit oft with a Jump Every effort Is 10114 nude to add to the oomfort of ntdonu and they may expect to be better sntla fled than they hove ever been The plans f tljo boarding hall look to If provqmeata there ttut chu l roonm bare many of them been reflnUhoJ there rtlll be many nw teachers in aldttW to the beat of the old owe and In ort lu every way t5 e school IT otrrltii better oppertunttUw to students that any ether ecbool in I intern Kentucky and even better titan It has per otf rod before treat vrepjratloiw have been male rile aUt1tllllr to establish the health ir the students Tie urgical wing or the new hospital to nearing com pletion and a contain ward eep- i ntao from tho other 1r alHioet finished We are unusually fortunate IB laving a runt oollege pkyslclan Dr IJ Copley IB rotnlnod by the Collage to cane for the health of our atuUenta without nay charge to them for consultation and treatment except III surgical cnso- eCOLLEGE DEPARTMENT Tho Colloglntu Department Is In hotter condition than ever before Tho Curnaglo Library opened Init 0 0 i to of for Ever year U now In smooth working order with two trained Jlrarjons and M mo dozen student u litanU thus making tho 36000 volume readily arconlbla to all The Scientific JpartmenU are being much strengthened There to a large amount of new apparatus Mad DM entire fIt floor Science Nell Is being fitted up for physics aril Prof Rumold whose success in tlHhlng science U becoming wldtly known will bo on hand to welcome new students OB veil as old Irot Lowly bus planned a delightful course In zoology which makes us with ae were all young enough to enter collccc ngnln Prof tilde recently Ireahlcnt of Tnbor College Iowa tan curoe to us OB hood of tho Department of Latin leaving to allay Welsh her favorite clinic of Greek MUM Robin IOn Proto of Mathematics otters two nw advanced coarsen In her department boaldoa the work that es BO largely elected by students last- Scar Prof noborUon formerly a Professor in Pacific University Or egos and University of California uiraos to lake tho chair of History Sociology and Polltleal Htonomy History And Apprtelnlion of Fine Art will be offered title your again ty Urn mien U Frost Prof Ilalee will give the regular courses In KncUth Literature and Public Speak ingIn a coinage course perhaps tho moat Important factor of all to tho student body Here Boroa IB re markably fortunate Tile eludente you wHl tweet are able energetic end friendly To work in helpful rl veiry wills such olaNtMtN is an In spiration to any ambitious student There is room only for aword about tho opportunities for music The toIIintrurtlon In choral sIngIng both in weekly chnca and lu tho Harmonist Society which lost year gave tho niag ntllcent oratorio of the Messiah I Continued en fourth rate Desirable Property to be Sold in Berea The following described residence property will be sold nt Public Auc tibn on the premises in Dorca Ky the highest bidder on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1908 10 oonooic A 3it THE LOT 78x830 foot Is located on Chestnut Street In tho best rest denco part of town nut is nu hloiil building silo sloping gently to ftuiit and roar giving porfoct drainage nice lawn seine fruit good garden THli HOUSE practically now containing flvo good III zed rooms and two porches and IK well finished Inside and out All windows doors and back porch lire screened In Woll nt door OTIIKU IMPROVEMENTS A good barn with quarters tor horso 100honstocntlngInsuch n complete cottage homo IH otTcrm for nnlo In Jleren Parties desiring to HOO property or further Information should apply to- W P Auct M L SP1NK Berea Kentucky GOING AWAY TO SCHOOL i Many young men anti women tbruoui Eastern Kentucky are thinking at this time of going away tb school somewhere and as the time for starting draws near all the obstacles are appearing at once and there is danger of discouragement In the next two or three weeks there will be a sifting out of the young people of the country and the enterprising ones those who have the strength to see the groat tho faroff good and take it in spite of obstacles that are near at hand will be chosen out of the manywho will let a small discom fort now keep them away from great future good In which class will you or your son or daughter be1 Tho great difficulty that comes up to a boy or girl at the last minute is the dislike of going away from home It is very hard to yourfriendalong It is hard too to go into a notyplece to meet and do bueiuefia with strangers bud to fipd yourself in unfamiliar conditions and with new and unknown problems to face Many a boy or girl is kept by this alone from an education and from the larger success and happiness in life that comes from it and many a father and mother hate to sue their young ones go nway and know the place that will be loft vacant in the home have kept their children at home and so kept them from becoming the flue men and women they might have been Another serious question is that of money It costs more to live away front home and money is bard to get An education does not gooddena good many from getting the start in life they should have All these things show very plainly when tho time comes for the boyar girl to go away and the advantages that will bo gainedare far ofT and be seen only with the eye of faith It will be several days before any of thorn begin to come in and weeks beforo many of them show while the final and greatest good is years away If tho argumentisFirst as friends Doz us of new ones will be made for everyone left behind In the school thero will bo hundreds of the best young folks from many neighborhoods and each can pick his friends among them all There are many teachers each picked out from ninny others and all ready and glad to help nil they canand they can help a good deal The home friends will not be lost and when tho student returns nt the end of the year he will have them ail boo sides all the new ones he has made And tho homo folks will think moro of him because he will be more worth their respect and lovo And his parents after the separation is over will be better off too for he will be worth moro to thorn Of course the student going away front home the first time will bo homesick for n few days But homesickness does not killand hundreds have it nUll get over it every fall will not be as badas ho thinks for there will be a great deal to do and many now and in teresting things to see and now pleasures to enjoy and in a fow days almost before ho knows it it will all bo over Then as to the expense it is small anyhow in u school like Daren and every one has a chance to earn something There will bo now friends to help and that too will be much easier than it seems But it will cost something and that will have to be set off against the grunt advantages to bo gained But think what those advantages are In tho first place there is the education That is a big word and few of us know all that it stands for After good schooling a boy will bo more nblu than ever to use all the brains ho has nod ho will find it easier to make his living mid support his family when ho has ono And then he will bo moro able to enjoy life for he will know more about it and will see pleasure in many things that ho passed by before and be will find new ways of enjoying himself But finally nod best of all he will ho n hotter man for it anti will bn able to do bettor service for his coun try and his God All this is just as true of n girl And all these things would be worth while if they would simply put the boy or girl ahead of some ono else But the time has como when a boy or girl must have these thingn unless he or oho is going to fall behind The world is getting better educated every year and what would have been u fine education a few years ago not so much now Men all over the world arc learning to do their work bettor and knowledge is iipcessary for any one that wants to work with them on terms of equality It is useless to say you I are ne good as the next roan when you know that he has more brains can use thorn bettor can make more money and live better and does his neighbors more good than you do but that will be the position of nil uneducated people in n few years Older men did not have the chance and so cannot be blamed for their lacks but what excuse is there for a boy who had his chance and was scared out by a lot of bogies along time way 1 Men who know says in twenty years tho common laborer expertodoyoungItthis is all very well for a fellow that going out in the world but that by staying at homo he can get along Continued on Lst rage BIG fiRE Loss About 33800 in Spectacular Blaze on Depot Buildings Destroyed A fire which caused the largest money loss of any in Berea since the burning of too old chapel about ten years ago and In which more peo ple suffered than Gas ever before been the case here occurred early Tuesday afternoon in tho houses on tho north side of Depot St There were four buildings burned a fifth WILl damaged and considerable furniture destroyed But for really hem work by several boys and mon tho dunage would have been much getter and two more houses would almost witalnly have gone The fire started In the kitchen of tho small frame house occupied by Toni Malone and owned by Cap Wilson Gib Malone was alone In the house at tho time his brother hav ing gene to tho station to meet his wife and as he was asleep ho might have been caught and burned tad be not been awakened and drag iContlnuedon Fifth ragel oeeohae eneseoaeoThe Citizen Is e0- Y eIlIlyKeep Pace With it By Adver io Using IIo r X a BIG by jrl of to PREWITT to to It to is is StFour household NEWS OF THE WEEK j Strike Ends Senator McCreary to Devote Time to Peace Commission G A R STRIKE GatheringInlncra strike which Las been on hand In Birmingham Ala for some time is at an end Pros Lewis signed an official order calling off the strike I and the men will return to work soon SENATOR McCHEAUY Jos B McCreary United Staten Senator from Kentucky will devoto the remaining ears of his life to tho work of tbaINational Peace and Arbitration of which ho was recently elected President Senator McCreary Is ono of Madison Countys most renowned sons teaching tho highest distinction within the gift of his State that of Governor and United States Sen I atorGATHERING t OF G A RThous ands of G A II soldiers gathered rot Toledo Ohio tor their fort second National Encampment The city was profusely decorated with flags and electric lights in patriotic design YOUR LITTLE MARY JANE 15 NOW AT HER I DEJK NOT FAR AWAY FROM HER MAY JIT ANOTHER LITTLE GIRL BETTER DRESSED DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN YOU WERE A CHILD AND WERE YoU EVER ASHAMED BECAUSE YOU DID NOT HAVE NICE CLoTHES WHEN YOU WENT TO SCHOOL IF YOU CLOTHE YOUR LIT TLE MARY JANES WELL THEY WILL STUDY THEIR LESSoNS BETTER WILL IT NOT BEI WORTH WHAT DRESSES COST TO HAVE THEM LOVE THEIR BOOKS WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT LITTLE MARY JANE J AND BIGGER MARY JANE J WEAR BRING THEM IN AND LET US RIG THEM OUT CHILDREN ARE WELCOME AT OUR STORE COYLE HAYESY- ou Pay LessOr Get More t BOB HAMPTON of PLAtdtHANIIIL PARDSO lUTIrJRtJ JV- III rUlRlf5j4JflJ i1 DYOfEd- hNoaPIclUbf1 J claoyauzvriaarerace L actt SYNOPSIS I A detachment of the Etcht nth In Fort Bethune trapped by Indians from narrow gorge Among In a tranfer who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton also OIlMa the root trader And his alllle and a majority of the soldiers are killed dur- Ing a three data siege Hampton and the girl only escape from the They fall on the A company of the Seventh cavalry IJeut In command rand them Hampton nnd the girl stop at the Miners Home In Dlencald Mrs uture overwwithMleeyall ton talks the IlsUie Kid She shows him her ers picture and tells him what she ran of her tBrentage and life They declds- IIhe ahnll live tritls Mrs Herndon Nalda the Kid runs away from Mrs Herrdons and rejoins He Induces her to with him HamptonplayslhimastlRame of cards He announces Red SUvIn that ho Ins quit and then leaves Qlan raid Miss Ihoebe Spencer arrives In niencald to teach Its tint Stlss Spencer meets Naida Rev Wynkoop flc She board at Mrs Herndon Nalda and Lieut Brant agaIn meet with Inltlmhonor of Miss ncer meet Silent MUrphYrCusters scout lie reports the Sinus poclsl dimcultles llachelor the admirers rlubs ball aoionsr of Miss Cpencer IJwL Brant meets MlM Spell rer but she Is not his ncqualntancn of tile flay tells him of and he accidentally meets her again se he Is returning to the ballroom with t fan for Miss Spencer Brant accompanies Naida the dance On the way she Informs him as to who she Is and that Is to meet Hampton Brant and meet Hampton Informs thege that his attentions to Naida cease and proclaims an authority tier that Justifies statement tells Hampton of the presence of Murphy and of the fact that fver receives government mesaages for Miss Spencer called on Bob Hamp Tells him of n yed faced stranger ntstaklng her for Brant Inter lews Red Slavln lade that he Is an ex trooper In tho Seventh cavalry It was and Murphys testimony that than ten eara before had convicted IBrbntSSrntamplon from Olavln SlavIn Ie and Murphy had left In a fcunle Slavln Is killed by a knife thrul surrenders to Duck Master himMasonnrt defend themselves Mob lights Ire to burn them out Brunt tells Naida that tie loves her She tells him there Is an Insurmountable barrier between them but that she does not fully understand It Brent and his troop rescues Hampton and Mason from the fires set by the mob Brant carries the unconscious cambler through the tines of fire Hamp ton Is taken to the hotel and Naida comes to nurse him Miss Spencer accepts the heart and hand of Rev Wynkoop Urant Is ordered to take the field Before heron NaIda tells him she loves him but cannot become his wife or offer an ex lanatlon He Insists he will return to SilentMurphyman who can clear Capt 1Iolan ot the charge of murder of MaJ Brant 15 years before Hampton arrives at Cheyenne dlspatrhesformined to wring from him a confession tomes within sight of Murphy on the edge of the Indian country Murphy ofhtajconvicted and sentenced to dismissal from penitentiary CHAPTER XXX Continued At dawn they were in a narrow gorge among the hills a dark and gloomy hole yet a peculiarly safe spot 4n which to hide having steep rocky ledges on either side with sufficient grass for the horses Leaving Murphy bound Hampton clambered up the front of tho rock to where he was ablo to look out All was silent and tile heart sank as he surveyed the brown sterile hills stretching to the horizon heaving merely narrow gulches of rock and sand between the sheer nakedness of the picture unrelieved by green shrub or any llrlng thing Then almost despairing he slid back stretched himself out amid the soft grass and sank into the slumber of ex haustion his conscious memory the Incoherent babbling of his insane companionlie shortly after noon feeling tfreshcd and renewed in both body tnd mind Murphy was sleeping when he first turned to look at him but he I awoke In season to be fed and accepted the proffered food with all the apparent delight of a child While he rested their remaining pacKantmal had strayed and Hampton was com felled to go on with only the two MTSCS strapping tho depleted store of provisions behind his own saddle Thou he carefully hoisted Murphy into place and bound his feet beneath the animals belly It was all cady becoming dusk when they swept down into a little nest of green trees and grass It appeared so suddenly and was such an unexpected I oasis amid that surrounding wilder ness that Hampton gavo vent to a sudden cvclamatlon of delight Hut that was all Instantly ho perceived numerous dark forms leaping from out the shrubbery and ho wheeled his horses to the left lashing them into a rapid run It was all over in a mo monta sputtering of rifles medley of cries a glimpse of savagoII figures and the two wero down the rocks tho din of pursuit away behind them The band wero evidently all on foot yet Hampton continued to press his mount at a swift pace taking turn after turn about the sharp hills confident that tho bard xartji would leave no traco of their passageThen suddenly the horse he rode sank like a log but his tight grip upon the rein of the other landed him on hid feet A stray Sioux bullet had mind Its mark btt the ge rant animal fcti M wu Ut Jaw t d ULCJ JLtl less and the brave man it had borne so long and so well bent down and stroked tenderly the unconscious head Then he shifted the provisions to tho back of the other horse grasped the loose rein once more In his left hand and started forward on toot CHAPTER XXXI On the Little Big Horn N troop guarding much to their em phatlcally expressed disgust thQ more slowly moving pack train wero follow ing Ousters advancing column of horsemen down the right bank of the Little Big Horn The troopers carbines at knee sitting erect In their saddles their faces browned by the hot winds of tho plains were riding steadily northward Beside them mounted upon a rangy chestnut Drant kept his watchful eyes on those scattered flankers dotting tho summit of the nearby bluff Suddenly one cf these waved his hand eagerly nnd the lieutenant went dashing up the sharp ascentWhat Is it now Lane Somethln movln out ycwBer sir and the trooper pointed Into the south cast Theyre down In a coulee now I reckon but will be up on a ridge agin In a minute I got sight of em twice afore I waved The omcer gazed earnestly In the direction indicated and was almost Immediately rewarded by the glimpse of some indistinct dark figures dimly showing against the lighter back ground of sky White men he announced short ly Como with mo- At a brisk trot they rode out the trooper lagging a pace to tho rear the watchful eyes of bqth men sweeping suspiciously across tho prairie The two parties met suddenly upon tbo summit of a sharp ridge and Brant drew in his with an exclamation of astonishment It was a pathetic spcctaoie ho stared ata horse scarce ly able to stagger forward on his back with feet strapped securely beneath and hands bound te the high pommel the lips grinning ferociously perched a misshapen creature clothed as a man Beside those hatless his barely holding together a man of slender figure and sunburnt face lucid tho bridlerein An instant they gazed at each other the young officers eyes filled with sympathetic horror the other staring apathetically at his rescuer kAIy God this be you Hamp ton What does it mean Why are you here Hampton leaning against tho trem bling to keep erect slowly lifted his hand In a semblance of military salute Dispatches from Cheyenne This is Murphywent crazy put you der For Gods sake water food Your canteen Lane exclaimed Brant Now hold this cut and ho dashed into it a liberal supply of brandy from a pocket flasl Drink that all down Hampton Tho man did mechanlcnily as he was ordered Ms hand novel relaxing its grasp of tho rein Then a gleam of reawakened intelligence appeared in his eyes he glanced up Into tho leering countenance of Murphy and then hack at those others Give me another for himIBnust handed to him tho filled cup aot i as JMJ dill so tho airaasa clcaii ness of the mna irnfcn accepted tt Hampton lifted tie tin to the figure in the saddle Drnlc It he commanded curtly every drop For an Instant the maniac glared back at him sullenly then ho appear ed to shrink in terror and drank swiftly Wo can make tho rest of the way now Hampton announced quietly Lord but this has been a trip Lano dismounted at Brants order and assisted Hampton to climb Into the vacated saddle Then the trooper grasped the rein of Murphys horse and the little party started toward where the packtrain was hidden In tho valley Is Custer hero said Hampton No that Is not with my party We are guarding the pack train The oth ors are ahead and Custer with five troops has moved to the right Ho Is somewhro among those ridges back of the blurt The man turned and looked where the officer pointed shading his eyes with his halCan you give mo a fresh horse a bite to eat and a cup of coffee down there he asked anxiously You see Ive got to go on Go on Good God man do your realize what you aro saying Why you can hardly sit tho saddle You carry dispatches you say Well there are plenty of good men In my troop who will volunteer to tako them on You need rest Not much said Hampton Im fit enough or shall be as soon as I get food Good Lord boy I am not done up yet by a long way Its tho cursed loneliness out yonder he swept his hand toward the horizon and the having to care for him that has broken my heart Ho went that way clear back on the Powder and Its been a fight between us over since Ill bo all right now It you lads will only look after him This Is going to reach Cus ter and Ill take ill He flung back his ragged coat his hand on tho dis patchbag Ive earned the right reached forth his hand car dially Thats true you have Whats more It youre able to make tho trip there Is no ono hero who will attempt to stop you But now tell mo how this thing happened I want to know tho story before we get in For a moment Hampton remained nllcnt hla thoughtful gazo on the near by vldottos his hands leaning heavily That Man Cfuld Tell But He Has Gone Mad horse shoes Can horse Brant upon the saddle pommel Perhaps ho did not remember clearly possibly ho could not Instantly decide just how much of that story to tell Brant sus pected this last to bo his difficulty and he spoke Impulsively Hampton there has been trouble and misunderstanding between us but thats all past and gono now I sin cerely bellev U your purpose of right and I ask you to trust me Luther of us would give his life If need were to be of real service to a little girl back yonder In tho hills I dont know what you are to her I dont ask I know the has every confidence In you and that is enough Now I want to do what is right with both of you and it you havo a word to say to me regarding this matter Ill treat It confidentially This trip with Murphy has some bearing upon Naida Glllls has It nott YesWill you tell mo the story fho thoughtful gray eyes looked at him long and searchingly Drant do you love that girl Just as unwaveringly the blue oycs returned tUo look I do I have asked her to become my wife And her answer Sho said no that a dead man was between us Is that all you know The younger man bent his head his race eravk and perplexed Practical ly all Hampton wet his dry lips with hiss tongue Jils breath quickening And In that she was right be said at last hIt eyes lowered to tho ground I will tell you why It was the father of Nyada Glllls who was con I vlctctlol the ai aider el MoJ Brant Oh my fathers Is she Capt No lans daughter But you say convict ed Was there ever any doubt Do you question his being guilty Hampton pointed In ullonco to thn hideous creature behind them That man could tell but ho has gone mad Brant endeavored to speak but tho words would not come his brain seemed paralyzed Hampton hold him self under better control I have confidence Llout Drant In your honesty ho began gravely and I believe you will strive to do what ever Is best for her if anything should happen to mo out yonder But for the possibility of my being knocked out I wouldnt talk about this not oven to you Tho affair Is a long way from being straightened out so as to mako a pleasant story but Ill give you all you actually require to know la order to make it clear to her provided I shouldnt como back You see she doesnt know very much moro than you do only what I was obliged to tell to keep her from getting too closely entangled with you Maybe I ought to have given her the full story before I started on this trip Ive since wished I had but you see I never dreamed It was going to end hero on the Bit Horn besides I didnt have the nerve You see Brnnt I feel that I simply have to carry these dispatches through I have a pride In giving them to Custer myself because of tho trouble Ive had In getting thorn bore But pcihnps I may not como back and In that case there wouldnt be anyone living to toll her the truth It seems to me that there Is going to bo- n big fight somewhere In those hills before long So I want to leave these private vapors with you until I come back It will relieve my mind to know they are safe It I dont come then I want you to open them nnd do what ever you decide is best for tho little girl You will do that wont your Ho handed over a long manila en elope securely sealed and the young or man accepted It noticing that It was unaddresscd before depositing It safely in an Inner pocket of his fatigue JacketCertainly Hampton he old Is that all All except what I am going to tell you now regarding Murphy There is no use my attempting to explain exactly how I chanced to find out all those things for they camo to mo little by little during several years I knew Nolan and I know your father and I had reason to doubt the guilt of the captain In spite of the verdict of the jury that condemned him In fact I knew at tho time although It was not In my power to provo It that tho two principal witnesses against Nolan lied I thought I could guess why but we drifted apart and finally I lost all track of every ono connected with the affair Then I happened to pick up that girl down In tho canyon beyond tho hear Water and pulled her out alive just because she chanced to be of that sex and I couldnt stand to see her fall Into Indian clutches I didnt reel any special interest In her at tho time supposing sho belonged to Old Glllls but sho somehow grew on mo shoe that kind you know and when I discovered purely by accident that sho was Capt Nolans girl but that It all had been kept from her 1 just naturally made up my mind IV dig out the truth if I possibly could for her sake The fact Is I began to think a lot about hernot tho way you do you understand Im getting too old for that and leave known too much about womenbut maybe some what as a father might feel Anyhow I wanted to glvo hoi a chance a square deal so that she wouldnt be ashamed of her own name If ever the found out what it was About that time I tell foul of Mur phy and Slavln there In Glencald I never got my eyes on Murphy you know and Slavln was so changed by that big red beard that I failed to rec ognize him But their actions aroused my suspicions and 1 went after them good and hard I wanted to find out what they know and why those lies wore told on Nolan at the trial I had an Idea they Could tell me So for a starter I tackled Slavln supposing wo were alone and I was pumping till facts out of hint successfully by hold Inga gun under his noso and occa afonnuv jogging his memory when this fellow Murphy got excited and chassccd Into the game but happened to nip his partner Instead of me In thus course of our little scuffle I chanced to catch a glimpse of the follows right Maud and It had a scar on the back of It that looked mighty fa millar I had seen It before and I wanted to see It again So when I got out of that scrape and the doctor had dug a stray bullet out of my anatomy there didnt seem to bo any one loft for me to chase excepting Murphy for Slavln was dead I wasnt exactly sure ho was tho owner of that scar but I had my suspicions and wanted to verify them Having struck his trail I reached Cheyenne just about four hours after ho loft therewith these dispatches for tho Big Horn I caught up with the fellow on tho south bank of tho hello Fourche and being well aware that no throat or conIsome drawingpaper and drew your fa thers picture In phosphorus and gave him tho benefit in the dark That caught Murphy all right and every thing was coming my way Ho threw up his hands and even agreed to como In hero with mo and tell tho whole story but the poor fellows brain couldnt stand the strain of the scare 1 had given him Ho went raving mad on the Powder ho jumped on mo Thllo I was ableep and ultico then livery mllo has been a little hell Thats tho whole of it to date urn UK Car 1S Ujj4 FENCING FIELDS FOR THEiPASTURING OF LIVE STOCK i What It Costs anti Why It Pays By D A Guumnltz M S Agr Minnesota I It li genornlly conceded that good pastures furnish by far the cheapest reed for growing animals on land not exceeding 1100 per aero In vnliio Tho truth of this argument Is quite evident whon It Is considered that tho teed ns ob tamed by tho ant mal Is In tho very boatcondltlonThat Is It Ix succulent contains all the nutrients In an oailly digestible form and Is obtained by tho ani vo1honlthrlll lions In addition to this tho cost of harvesting curing stacking nail food ollmlnalelllOn per nero n cowGood Pot for Fennn ho pastured clngrur loss than daItit per while at the itrcionl twice of grain and I Annual of I Kind of Fence it rIbbon 2 II wlre frodapart 2 II wire poets 2 rods apart 2 II wIres pots 1 rod apart 3 II wire poets 3 rods apart 3 tx wires poata IVt rods apart 3 b 1 rod apart Any fenpota Any fence Any fence Any fence Any fence Any Any fence nAny fence Any fence Aty fence NotfTtl last three cvhrnsM of lkvvs In tlw Shove lshlr are mltuTm far Iho caw venkHr of the who wish to hsww lb- approshwtneul cost of say dna fence Tbr Osjttrwi ere HbtalKeil kjr iHvW lag the cost per WI of the fence br Lb somber sf yean It Is expected la last sat aMIne to thY the Intvrwl on tM nor hey It coats on Ile average farm from 8 to 12 seats poi day to feed the same cow In the 1I0r- nKxperlmenta show that ni much pork eta be made from ono acre of good pasture as from ono ton of shorts or corn Tho cost of these feeds varies from J15 to 20 per ton An acre of pasture will save then from 15 to 0 worth of teed It Is quite evident that In the economical pro duction of animal products good pas lures arc nn Important factor The reason more and bettor hog pastures are not used Is chiefly due to the fact that hog fences are quite expensive Tho advent of the woven wire fence is overcoming this rNttllrb and now land may bo fenced hog tight nt an annual cost of from 1 to 2X0 par acre dupondlng on the slzo and shapo of fields fenced and cost of posts manyfarmersribbon 21 or 2G Inches put up on posts or stakes sot from one to apart The of to uso for such work nro about three Inch six feet long well shar onJIhoIdly with crowbar and then two or good with maul will make the solid enough for tem easilylaIoc thin fence It Is much easier to fence hugs Into a than to fence them out nnd iu n rule they do not make much effort to get out In case they do to got out n barbed wire stretched along the bottom or stakes one or two foot long driven between and loft just enough above the ground so that the bottom of the wire ribbon may bo stapled to them will keep them on the right side Such fencing will cost from 30 to 0 cents per rod Tho amount of fencing 1hnndlingwill make the cost vary from U 0 t Iothr- ee dollars per acre This will doubtedly prove more profitable In ninny cases than husking the corn and feeding In tho yard especially If there U good growth of rape or other catch crop that tho hogs can got at the some tlmo they are getting the corn In case this Is not It In more economical to nap welt that Is to he foil at once than to carefully husk itfPoncing ono of thin safest Investment of any of I the farm Improvements Not nlllnllis It valuable to lnclo o tint regular pasture but It often make poMlble the pastur ing off of grain and corn fields after liar Average Cost Fencing poiti fence cornflald attempt Average Annual Cost I per rod when 1IUneI S I2tJ g 5 U 0k f I 9 nU 20 21 10CO 10CO 10 100 TSO 2503T0 303Co 110 210 320 100 I3oS70 100 I30 10ConDe rtaeIOe 130 430a30 10 10De 450 110 110 1100 127o 1410Ue o IeIe0 IICoI00j600i00 1000121o 3110 1110 nlo10le aa annual ant To Illiterate hew lb Atlvyu may 1 end tat we Wrtile tcctae require per acre to Iarlsa IH IMMI a l1li Saris show In Lit n treteO roots et fMcinc Is uiirtinl r r setr If the wxlnc calm Me per red seal will Wt apt rear Ihs tset rIrest Is 1p1ralC tMi HJi If aver ap annual cost of foam pet sir toIother Investment It should bo rondo I only to be advtableeI A PERTINENTI QUESTION KAItMMItfl MUST KKKI VI nOI8I08TorFlCJJ DKIAIITMKNT MAKItti ItlLfxo IYJOCTJNO nUllA DK1IVKKY These headlines appeared In the Chicago Intor Ocean July 34 It Is per to ask why the farmora mt i I Lb A Ccod Way to Once a Corner Poet r I A Good Hog Fence high small reds best kind posts poats a three blows a post posts posts n done 1330 M44ocii lineal I keop up tho roads Tho roads an public properlythey bolong to all benefitedby maybelivery ns tho ono who receives It perrormedroads help the farmer more that any ono else but they aro not the only onos benefited Tho country mo chant and ovary ono who consumes farm products gain by good roads Tho fair way tho equitable way and the only sucMesful way to got good roads la by stct aid I o tha stato from tho payhalt I YVMATIJNCbIMii r DoleFOR LABOR MB lino of accomplish ment In which tho Unit ed States government has gono ahead mightily In recent years Is In tho help that has bean ren tiered to limo causo of la bor Moreover the aid that has been given to tho working classes of tho coun try has not by any moans been confined to thoso conspicuous services with which the public Is familiar such us tho settlement of the anthracite cool strike tho enforcement of tho eighthour day on government work and the establishment of labors own branch of public lonlcetho depart mont of commerce and labor Undo Sam stands ready of course to step Into tho broach wherever occasion demands In an effort to secure a square deal and living wages for the tolling masses but oven when there are no clouds on the horizon of the relations between capital and labor this paternal government Is busily engaged with tho problem of promoting withIcontributing to this policy but In tho main limo work devolves upon true bu reau of labor at Washington which Is In effect the labor division of the do partment of commerce and labor Newspaper readers hear of the bu reau of labor whoa Its head the tom atithedof the country but there Is not one citizen In a thousand who has any Idea of the scope of the everyday work of tho bureau In acquiring and diffus log useful Information on subjoets con Heeled with labor In the most general sad most ooraprohontlvc sense of that word 1 Is Doing Good Work It Ily means of an energetic field force and a capable corps of experts In the homo office at Washington this branch of the government Is continually Investigating In all parts of tho relAlIonlIof capital and labor the hours of la bor the earnings of laboring men and womon and other similarly fruitful topic What Is more this public In fmulloll Is continually striving to pro material social Intellectuall and moral prosperity of the workers j Of course thane government scouts In the labor field cannot work In a rut s Indeed the force Is so mobile and the Individual workers so versatile that when a serious dispute arises between 4empleyors and employes or there Is a f controversy such as that some time IIIlattbureau can bo dropped and all hands concentrate their attention upon the J causes moment and facts of tho crisis of the The late Sinator Hoar of Massachu setts Is perhaps entitled to bo con sidered tho father of tho movement to have Undo Sam systematically aid tho cause of labor U was In 1871 that Mr Hoar then n member of time Unit ed States house of representatives introduced a bill providing for the ap I pointment of n commission to study the subject of wages and hours ef labor and tho division of profits be t tween labor and capital In the United States The bill did not pass but the sytball hind been started rolling and final after much agitation congress in fllS4 made provision for a bureau of j labor as n part of tho Interior depart ment When tho department of com merce and labor was organized In 1903 thin bureau of labor was taken under Its wing as one of its principal branchesPowers of Commissioner Congress has conferred pretty broad powers upon tho commissioner of lay bar Ho can undertake at his discretion any Investigation which In his Judgment relates to tho welfare of the working people of tho country and ho can employ In this quest for Information all tho moans at his disposal and tho corps of statistical experts special agents clerks etc carried on tho payroll of tho bureau of labor Uncle Hams labor commissioner may If hef choose simply make a report to con gross onto a year on his Investigations but of lato years special reports have been Issued monthly or even oftener and on a number of occasions the president has called upon thu commis sioner of labor to make special Inquiry a i Domo field and communicate his findings as quickly as possible Tho bureau of labor is In reality a great intelligence office that pours out Information through four different channels Tho first of these Is made up of tho results of original Investiga tions conducted by tho bureau or Its agenda mind experts Secondly the la OrClU rtes the whole country a digest of state labor reports thus bringing to tbo attention of the general public many matters relating to conditions In the different states of the union that might not otherwise become mutters of common knowledgo Has Wide Scope informationbenefit of Its millions of American oil eats tho labor and statistical docu ments of all foreign countries and when anything Is discovered that has a bearing on labor interests In Yan kocdom It Is promptly brought to tho attention of tho people concerned Fourthly the bureau fulfills Its func tion as public servitor by publishing and sending broadcast all new laws that are passed affecting the Interest of tbo working people No matte whether a law be passed by the nation al congress or by the legislature in some one of our two score states It is no sooner on tho statute books than the labor bureau sends the tidings to tho toilers who will bo affected Finally there Is a similar system for the distribution of news relative to court decisions interpreting labor laws 01 other happenings affecting tho idle ions of employer and employe Most Interesting and most Important of the undertakings of the bureau ol labor are the special investigation conducted by Its own experts These Jiavo covered a very wide range ol subjects It Is of course Impossible to enumerate them at length but Just to convoy an Idea of the fluids that have been explored thoro may be cited such subjects as Industrial commu nltlos at homo and abroad coopera tlvo distribution railway relief do partments the padrono system con ditions of negro workers building and loan associations tho Inspection of fsctorlM and workshops the trade union label protection of worklngmen In their employment child labor In tho United States wages and cost of liv lug etc Deals Only In Facts In tho earlier years of tho work peo pie did not In many Instances take kindly to the Idea of having their pri vale affairs probed for tho benefit of tho public but latterly this spirit has largely disappeared Nowadays If the special agents of time bureau of labor are refused Information by one manufacturer they usually have no difficulty In discovering some other establish ment whore the needed data may bo obtained The government labor ex ports have won confidence by never allowing the names of parties furnish ing facts to be given In Its reports al though to bo sure they take every possible means to verify all tbo Infor mation gathered Tho bureau will have Mlle to do with estimates or hearsay statements about labor con ditions It never makes any statements unless It has positive facts to back thorn up At tho outset the government labor experts thought that they could carry on their Investigations largely by mall but It was soon found that few people would respond satisfactorily to queries thus transmitted and HO tile bureau of labor had to organize a corps ot spa clal agents who are continually on tho wing securing information at first hand and recording it on carefully pro pared schedules The policy of the bureau of labor In looking Into labor conditions and tho problems of life affecting tho working people Is seldom If ever to argue n point U simply secures all tho facts In the case and then lets time Intelligent labor man do cldo what Is beat for him from the In formation set out for his benefit The bureau of labor Is particularly tortu nato In Its directing heads Tho com missioner of labor Dr Charles P Nclll formerly ono of the faculty of tho Catholic university at Washington Is a man who has a wonderful faculty for clearsighted Investigation and the chief clerk of tho bureau Mr 0 W W Hanger has been fitted by long experience for work In behalf of the cause of labor Employment Bureau Uncle Sum has also Inaugurated an othcrnld to labor In tho form of the largest employment bureau In the world This Is an adjunct of time bu ream of Immigration and Is In charge of Teronco V Powderly nt one time a recognized leader of union labor throughout the country It is the function of this new bureau to Inqulo as to the facts about tho reported den nl1 for labor In all parts of tho country Mr Powderly has opened correspond ence with responsible officers In every state In the union concerting tho need for labor and the opportunities for em ployment In each state and when any workingman desires to make a change nf location all he has to do Is to In quire of Uncle Sara as to the prospect In any section In which he Could Uk4 U find cijilomet STRANGE USES OF PICURES Have Deen Frequently Diverted from Their Prime Purpose Though the prlmo purpose of pic tares Is to ploano mind Instruct they have at times been diverted to other ufios During tho recent hearing of a case at a London police court a wit nose gave evidence that tho prisoner who was charged with attempted murder and suicide Imd drawn his atten lion to a couple of pictures on the backs of which written in pencil was a statement by the accused setting forth tho reason for his premeditated crime Ero now pictures have been enlisted In Hymens cause That celebrated painter of flower and figure subjects William Hunt was on ono occasion commissioned by a gentleman to paint his portrait In the attitude of kneeling and holding in his hand an open scroll whereon was written n declaration of love and otter of marriage The lady to whom this unusual proposal of mar rlago was i oit replied with a chalk drawing of herself with n sheet of pai ler In liar hand on which was Inscribed u laconic Yes Pictures have not Infrequently been chosen by whimsical testators as hiding places for their wills To nn oven greater length of eccentricity did a gentleman go when ho gave a handsome sum to Mtilready to dxecutc n figure subject on the back of his will which thus adorned was framed and hung In his drawing room As ilobt collectors too they have proved efficacious Etty when a young man received an order from certain Marylebonc tradesmen to make a dozen caricature sketches of a resident of the locality who was notably averse to settling his accounts These por traits when finished were displayed In the windows of their subjects long suffering creditors who refused to re move them from tho public gazo until their bills wore paid Seeing no way of escaping ridtculo save by yielding to their Just demands the gentleman on condition that the objectionable portraits were destroyed agreed to discharge his debts Soon after he settled in London Sir Thomas lawrence then a more youth was witness to a dastardly assault on n young laud by a ruffian who managed to make good his escape not however before he had been well noted by the young artist who at onco returning to his studio In Leicester square drew from memory a speaking portrait This which ho handed to tho police was the means of bringing the criminal to justice That wayward genius George MOP laud was often sore pressed for money to pay his debts On ono occasion ho stayed at an Inn whore he speedily ran up an account which ho was unable to meet He offered a picture In pay mont but bonlfncu shook his heads Suddenly however his eye brightened and he Invited tho artist to stop Into his yard where he trusted a means of settlement might ho found Story land did so and a few days later re ceived his bill receipted Tho following Sunday mine host appeared at church In a truly novel waistcoat be Ing less than tho painters payment which stretched across his ample chest displayed to tho amazed congre gallon tho picture of a gigantic pig Monument to Poe What has the world to do now withI tho weaknesses of a man who Is Why should It heap scorn on his mem ory because of his personal peculiar Itlcs Poo the living man was unfortunate buffeted In turn by cruel cur cumstances outside himself and by the pcrveritltles of a nature ho could not control and other people could not un derstand Hut ho was and Is today the finest poetic genius tho country has produced As a writer of tho short stdryhe founded a school which the best of the French tho Gorman and tho Slav abortstory writers have been proud to follow It is because of his matchless haunting melodies of verse and the rich world of his Imagination revealed to us In his short stories that Poos memory should bo honored His frailties as n man perished with him there la no need to keep them In memo ory nut that Imperishable port t of him which wo call genius deserves Its fame Monuments are not raised to the lawless alone If they were there might be tower oven In proud Rich mud tu lift the names of favored sons upward to tho sky Washington Uoat Chickens Saved from Snake An old hen with a large family of small chickens was recently given nn empty barrel turned down on Its side for n coop says u correspondent for the Lewiston Me Journal Ono day recently tho hen gave tho signal of distress used by all good grangers and the barrel was quickly surrounded by tho fighting members of the household A largo snake was found In the bar eel and quickly lynched Several bunches were noticed on tho reptiles body and he was ripped up the belly with a pair of shears and seven chick ens were found gasping for breath They aro all alive One Womans Wisdom Mrs Newed And you paid only 98 cents for that halt Mrs Oldwed Thats hll Mrs Newed Your husband was delighted of course Mrs Oldwed I hope you dont think I was foolish enough to tell him I got such a cheap lint Mrs Newed Where would the fool lab part come InT Mrs Oldwed Why If I told him what It cost hed expect me to be sat defied with bargaincounter hats Ill the rest of my days Chicago News KINGIDAVID MADE OVER ISRAEL AND JUDAH StmJtjr School Leiioo for Sept 13 1908 Specially Arranged for This Paper IKS8ON TEXT2 Samuel 217 GIG Memory vertex 2 Sam 6t 6 QOIt N TEXTDavId went on and grow great and the Lord God of Hosts was with hlm =2 Bam 610 THE COUNTRY The cleavage which becamo permanent after Solomon had Ionic rxlited In tendency Apparently united under Haul the trltieii showed their divergence In the early years of David a northern and a southern kingdom IUACKDavld first capital was at Hebron Later he mado Jerusalem his capital as more central and more rail ly defended TIMIlDavId was king over Judah seven and onehalf years D C IOCSIMS U 8her or nil revised by the Assyrian Eponym Canon about 40 years later Comment and Suggestive Thought David had fitted himself for the kIngship He had almost Ideal qual ities But ho needed training by less or and easier tasks for the great en during glorious kingdom ho was to create and rule Hence for seven years ho was faithful over a few things In order that he might rule well over many things David was now 30 years old 110I had had a checkered life for the ten years but every hour of It was a part of his preparation It takes a great variety of experi ences to make us complete and fitted to do the greatest good Davids life was tilled the strangest vicissi tudes swinging trough an arc that em braced much If not all of human ex perience Edward Irving finely says of him Every angel of Joy and of sorrow swept as ho passed over the chords of Davids harp and the hearts of n hundred men strove and struggled together within the narrow continent of his single heart Professor Moorehcad Hebron the Capital was one of the most ancient cities In the world situated In a high mountainous region 3300 feet above the sea It was easy ly defended It was far enough from the Philistines and from the northern tribes to be safe It was In a region familiar to David In his exile and where ho himself was well known Hebron had been the homo of his an cestor Abraham In the side of a neighboring ravine was the cave cf Mncbpelah where the fathers of tho nation slept In God Isaac and Re bekah bad lived here Near by was the the brook Eschol where grow the luxuriant vine from which tho spies more than four centuries before had cut down the famous clusters Says Professor Dlalkle To live In Hebron end not feel faith quickened to now life would have Indicated a soul dead i every Impulse of patriotism and pietyV 4 Tho men of Judah anointed David king This was tho public ceremony of coronation The kingdom came to him not only by divine appointment but by choice of tho people themselves v 71 Chron 1113 Tho two coincided David Reigned at Hebron sven and onehalf years 2 Sam C5 In a quiet and peaceful manner growing In ta vor with God and man and laying tho foundations for his great work of con solidating and reconstructing the na tion Tho Civil War Abner having brought all the other tribes Into sub mission to the dynasty of Saul next proposes to conquer David and Judah Then ho will be at the head of the whole nation Note that David tries to unlto the tribes by kindness and peace Abner seeks to conquer by war David acts only on the defensive All through the long war that fol lowed nearly two earsDavltl waxed stronger and stronger and the house of Saul weaker and weaker 2 Sam 31 David Become King In the Best Pos sible Way 1 He did not seek tho office Uut the office sought him V 1 Then came all tho tribes of Is rael to David They como by their elders v 3 representing according to 1 Chron 122340 339000 warriors They gave good reasons 2 Ho was Sault natural successor being his BonInlaw and to make this more evident he Insisted that his wife Mlclml who hoi been taken away from him by Saul should bo returned to him They said We are thy bone and thy flesh both by race and by alliance with their royal house 1 Ho had proved himself n strong and worthy leader both as warrior and statesman They recalled his splendid teats of arms when all limo tribes were one kingdom V 3 Thou Walt ho that leddest out etc All through his past life since the con diet with Goliath David had shown generalship wisdom skill forbearance courage knowledge of men and trust in God t He was divinely appointed th r one whom God saw to be time best one to bo their klngthe Lord said to thee Tho man whom God chooses for an office Is the man the people need fi He had the right Ideas concern Ing tho duties of a king Thou shall fEed Literally Thou shalt shcp herd u natural metaphor to express the rulers care for his people It Is used by Greek poets c g Homer whose regular title for Agamemnon Is Shepherd of the peoples Cam bridge Iflbln The true king ever true ruler seeks not to obtain all he can from the people but to do all he can for them not to plunder the cheep but to shepherd them David will knew what was meant C Davids was a constitutional niOa archy not a despotism i 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all 1 Over 60 instructors 1175 students 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 be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Aiithmetiotand the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc lIree text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to- Ot a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Evea a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Oman Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get A firstclasa certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peoples who are 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 toproteotvthe character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and ore earnest to do well and Improve For any who myIbe sick the College provides doctor and nurse 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 lag 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 as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before cooing secure extra employment so as to earn from CO cents to one dollar a week PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc rary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the boot but as students most attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week Into fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 60 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and la returned when time student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ol teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for meet students is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools GOO in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 225Gln one payment 2200 I Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 075- SPRING4 1 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examinations 1645 FALL 190811 weeks 295Gln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945kREFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ol a i term receive back for money advanced na follows i- On board in full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction ot a weeIOn room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unes pared fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture ol fitly cents On Incidental fee certificate nljowlng the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have made your Journey and are well started In school it pays to stay as long as possibleIThe first day of Spring term is March The first day of Fall term is September 16 1908 For Information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary J WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The rnouniain people like a good thing when they FCC it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and n dollar paper that is worth more to the nlounfwin people than any other dollar paper in theworld The Knife and The Citizen for 125 I That brings in subscriptions all the time If you nave not got it you I ought to baset u STUDENT ACTIVITIES AT BEREA Great Advantages are Offered Here in the Way of Social Literary Musical and Athletic Recreations BEREA OOTItJI TEt3r IDOT BIG YEAR FOR BEREA Continued Item Jlrat raCe Wbelher you Intend to enter the Classical Course the Scientific Course or the Literary Course write at once and Mr Gamble or Piof Raine will be gla to glvo any luformatlon or assistance THE ACADEMY WHAT COURSE SHALL I ENTER This question will be in the minds of several hundred young people en tering Derea College September 16 It Is ono of the first great ques dons which each one must settle for himself A great deal of our sue cess and happiness depends upon a good start In tho right direction- If you are studying the common branches at home and have not completed them you will enter the Model Schools If you have completed the common branches and wish to prepare yourself to teach In the common schools and teach while you get further educa tion enter the Normal Department If you have completed the common branches and do not expect to pro IMMEDIATELY forpare yourself teaching In the common schools en ter the Academy Everyone enter Ing the Academy should plan to begin in tho fall and remain thru the yearWHAT THE ACADEMY PREPARES FOR There are several courses In the Academy General course Applied Science course for mon and women Commercial course each extending over two years The regular Preparatory courses extending over three or four years There courses fall into two great divisions 1 Those which prepare for life Immediately and S Those which prepare for college Tho General Applied Science and Commercial courses are especially ad I apted to men and women of some Vhat mature years who can spend only a very short time In school The studies in each of these courses are such as will give the best train log in the shortest time They In dude all tho morn Important studies i to be found In longer courses covering the isamo ground 1C you Intend to be a farmer Carpenter merchant clerk contractor banker houslweper or a good citi zen and cannot spend more than two years in preparation enter one of those apodal courses But if you liavo tho ability the means and time to spend several years ins school in good hard work where you will get the very best training enter one nt tie regular Preparatory courses The Preparatory coarse is tho con necting link between the common schools and the College It PRE PARES for College hence It is called a Preparatory course It cov ers the second great field of educa tion It stands between the elementary education of the common schools on the one hand and tho higher education of the College and University on the other The studies in this course are not selected to be of immediate value as in the other courses but those studies are selected which will give the broad est horizon to life which will give the mind the most wholesome food fret thought which will best develop brain power It you Intend to prepare for tho study of law medicine engineering ministry or teaching in the high- sschool and college enter the Pre paratory course It prepares rhe student in the best possible way to enter collegeand to enter college fihould be tho ambition of ovary boy I n and girl who has tho brain the means and the time There have been great men who never went to college not oven to preparatory school There havo been men who have gone thru college and not become great not oven successful but the ohanco to become great ani about thirty to one In favor of tho college man Every man who has become rosily great has done It because of his training He may not have been toi college but If not bo received training In the school of experience which in some degree at least took the place of tho college training We must not forget the truth THAT EVERY MAN OF POWER IS A TRAINED MAN Where he was trained is a separate question Tho axe may bo made to cut as well with an ordinary whetstone as with an emery wheel but the emery wheel saves time It produces a sharp axe with tho least effortNow the college Is the emery wheel of life In other words if you went to get the lest training In the shortest time go to college Now If you are not ready for col lege begin to get ready enter the Preparatory Department September 10th NORMAL DEPARTMENT Wh is a man worth Looked at as a piece of proprty what is nls money value Thos are interest ing questions Though they would seem hard to answer yet they ate not If a farm or a store is a good Investment It must pay C per cent nut profit on Its cost A farm costs 3000 It Is worth that if the net profit from It Is G per cent of JJOOO or ISO per 7 ar In the same vay what a man can earn is C percent of his monoy value Let us apply this to the value that the state of Kentucky places upon a teacher and see what they are worth This year a teacher receives 3CO jei pupil for six months work A third grade certificate allows one tc teach 56 pupils which Is 190 or osnOIDilITKKAst IIKII I 33 per month A second grade cer tificate allows 7G pupils or U5 per month and a first grade certificate J100 pupils in a rural district or 60 per month These amounts are resi jxictiveiy for a third grade teacher 300 per year for a second grade teacher 540 and for a first grado teacher COO Now 396 Is C per cent of GCOO 540 id G per cent of 7C 00 and GOO Is G par cent of 10000 That means that it you are a third grade teacher you are worth a good cash Investment of UCOO if a second grade an Investment fo 7500 or 900 more and if a first grade 10000 or 3400 moro than a third grade teacher The Normal Department of De rca College is for the purpose of in creasing the value of young people I 0- lIUUIISI FILOST I MISS nOWHltsOX Ilrtu of AViinnn by giving them a sound education and practical training for school workIt doesnt pay to be a third grade teacher except that it gives you training to go on to something else If you can possibly do so spend this tall in school Instead of teaching a third grade school Let us see how much ito will pay you to do it If you start into school in Septem tier and remain until the May ex nmlnatlon and do good work we oan rUnne you from a poor third pads acher to a good second trade tellt with a head full of the best facts and Ideal and a soul fired with I- Ibve for your work This will mean according to the States estimate lof your value that you have Increas ed your wealth 000 Then you may leach a term and come back the next January with a great amount of ex perience and the next year as a first grado taechor you will become worth 10000 or having increased your value 3400 by fifteen months work Docs It pay to go to school This is very far from all tho story of increasing values Kentucky will need many young men and wo men within the next few years to take charge of and teach in her now high bchools at from 800 to 1200 per year The brightest young teach ers of our state are going to see this and prepare for the opportunity 1200 is C per cent of 20000 How many youn men and women who are now worth 10000 as first grade teachers will enter school this fall to become 20000 high school teachers For all who will we offer cur College course in education Who are the farseeing ones who will start UK COW 11 V Collcc Doctor in NOW to mako ready for the work Only the lowest value the money value of an education has been considered so far for the sim ple reason that you cannot measure happiness or set any value upon char actor Thoso the groat values of nu education must bo obtained to to appreciated but when once obtained win INt prized above all also in life Tie Great Work of Berea College is giving this far view into tho real i know of the field of lira THE MODEL SCHOOLS Many who read the catalog and ether literature of heron College do not understand Just what tho tta mrtnhsm called Model Schools is This article alms to explain what work thoso schools do and tho ad vantage they offer to young people They form a system of graded schools giving all tho work of eight grades beow tho Academy and Normal They have the advantages of but one grade in a room so that all the pupils In a room aro reciting the fume branches nod the teacher has time to help each student with all Ills difficulties All tho common branches are taught including Physi ology Civil Government and Kentuc ky illftory Many young people pre pare for teaching Jn tbe 7th or tith grades of the Model Schpojs some of them making first class teachers certificates Their work in tho grades under first class teachers pre pare them to make good teachers themselvesAll in Model Schools receive lessons in vocal music drawing Hor ticulture and Physical Culture Tho r A tioys receive lessons in wood work and j the girls lessons In cooking and sow lug All the students In tho Model Schools have the same advantages as the students In tho Normal Academy aull College such as Dally Chapel Lectures Concerts Socials Entertainments Gymnasium Athletics Literary Societies Library Hospital etc Mmy young peoplo who did not go to school much when younger begin to realize their need of an education but because of their size and ego thoy do not like to enter school and bo placed In a low grade with those who are tnuoh younger than themselves No one need to stay away tutu Bores for thus reason The Model Schools has classes ot young men and young women In an ties grades The older student ere not put Into the classes with the children Frequently a young matt or n young woman enters school who can not read Because of his nee sad development he is Able to wheresc tepidly sometimes making three orI tear grades In a year So Berea has ptaeo for every young person anxious to learn no matter how little or how much he nay know All books aro furnished tree to Ute students of tho Model Schools The students of this Department have tho opportunity of learning a three In connection with their regular sound studies Tho boys may loam car gentry printing tong Hardening brloklaylng and tho girls racy learn ocamaking Many stuiioats learn trades and use them to earn raoney with which to put themselves thru school the College paying them for their work Students In the 7tfc sad tth grades may take Shorthand and Typewriting and Bookkeeping In the Commftelal Department Boroa College also has a Night School eompoMd of Model School students Boys who have not money with which to pay their expense work thru the day anJ attend school M night for a teem or two until they bavo saved up enough roomy to enter tho regular day school There wore OUT students In the Model Schools last year of UMM- t9 were In the Night School We ought to have 900 more In the Model ==c c= = == 8icuirrAUY CIUIIII Schools this year Our students re cdvo tho personal attention of train ed teachers and have the advantage of Illustrative material such as maps charts globes reflectoscope magic lanten etc These insure progress and mako the Model Schools a most desirable placo to study With our cheap tates with tho opportunity We offer students of worlt for a part of their expenses no young person In uach ot Borea should bo without nn education A few years spent in a eftiool of this kind is the very best Investment ono can make of hIs t me and energy No young person can afford to do without an educa tion when It is so oavllyIn reach of all j Ll i BEREA IN BRIEF Demos has slxtyflro teachers each n specialist therefore It can give you the expert training you need for life Beret has twentyfour buildings wtlloqulpped for school purposes therefore you can bo cared for in class room without b lag crowded and can bo gives comfortable quarters In which to lira Here has a Library In its own bolding which con to IBS twcntyflro thousand volume therefore you can fled a hook on nearly ovary subject You CM read the ely papers and arnt wagaatMt aod keep abreast with the times Derea hM MO salamis pool room or phase of rasert where our young people could lw twnfrttd to spend their money It Is Uwroforo a tIp town In which to wlftCHlo a hey or girl Itoroa IMS a building which caaU 100 people where the lItudeot at lilt J It IIOIIIJITSON hew trufrNr rat 111111 Lrnnng toad The chapel dally where they liar SCUM of the heat entertain ments lecture and addresses In Ute State lure has a erase band of twenty rive piece which Is teen fie t4enL ly and Is coasidmd ottI of the beet organisations In UM State Iterca baa an Industrial plant where Us tudenU are taught awful trad- eBra has seven literary societies rndhereing IN debate public speaking and rules of oftlsr Here gives gymnasium training tog both men and womsn societyknown1 one hundred selected volios which vivrs two or more coocerta each I ar and is heard on vnrkXH other orScns daring UM year JtIMI give the oratorio MsHtoh iIrl lmaa- it rea has boarding accommodations r six hundred students four dor ii torles for women sal eight for Jiun s9 we can make you comfortable rdIwhere silk students are cared for without cost and a college physician whoso scr- vlcea are given to tho students without costCOST AT BlfJEA possibleformeans to have an education It they only havo tho will and determination studentvhlch must bo paid The College lies placed this at so low a price that people who como and see the table hodonoNearly every year visitors from other schools of Kentucky and other boardingfacilities our system v I Continued on lait page TS o The Porter Drug Co iNOOtrOJUTID PHONE 12 BEREA KY c oo ooo N ooo o OOOOoeooo ierea and Vicinity i o 0 o e GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0088ee ootoo ooooeo ooo s t DR BEST DENTIST ifI CITY rilOMK 1S3 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE Wo are authorized to announce J W Mulllns of Egypt Ky a candidate for Count Judge of Jackson County subject to tho action of the Republican party Mr Frauds Clark will speak nt tho Congregational church next Sab bath September G it 11 n in and Gilbert Combs will speak lu the vt rnlttR at 730 Irs U K Cartmall jute returned horn Chautauqua N Y Mr Hal Porter who has been visit lug his cousin Mrs Stanley Prost lot Mtndar for ids horns In Minneapolis IJorn to Mr and MM Jas Linvlllo Saturday night August 30 a fine boyMr and MM Stanley Frost MlM Mar Ilekerlng awl Mener Hal Porter and Manhall Vaughn sent thu dill Saturday st Ilruih Uroek Caves A pleasant days excursionv Prof and Mrs Dhney have returned from Chaulauqua N Y Mai reported Mr Stanley Frost was In IferWoura tIle two days this WMk un buattiea MlM Laura SjKmoe ot Imta JCy WM visiting with frlswls hero last wekMt I M Nora Uurdrtte nail Stills UnrneM wrote In Richmond T MlM Nina and forth IUrwd1 Mi SI Mitchell made short KMfemend and IteattyvINo Saturday Join Dean was with homo folks at Ctovtr DoUom Saturday nod Sunday Mr and Mrs Ownr Hayes spent the first ot tho week with Mr Hayes twrtflU at Wild Ie Dr sad airs W O Dost have been MIDI the week with Mrs Meets nanmU at Semis Kjr Mr Carl Hunt left Monday for IKlNtcviU to rMNHM Mil watt JH Uw sctool Uwre Mrs Hunt will N- HlalR hre for sots tinw HHW- Mtatw Wore sad Haw UteMr who sat three wttta hors left Thurs day LOt tlitfr home lu QrMnfteld 0 They wwe attain panted by Otlr aunt Xfr nm OiHldlNgton Nool Mltehell who hM been home for a vacation of carnal w eks re I tamed to tile South Monday to re i same Ute work thereIItof Mason mont emptey in California Is in Iteron hart of this week Mr Qott who was Iwrned out Tus rev wllleonUmte Imslnses and has already opened up tit Alt Robinson 1181oarnllCl7cxory tanner Mi Howard Hwtaon and Mildred lute niwrntd from Ohnntauqua NI Y I Protracted meetlnc Uclns Than i I i dat SepUmber t at the Glade DtoiplM Church Everybody J invited TaVm up last Monday morning tlfue stray hogs by Mr Prank Liven wod on Center St The shoats are I about halt grown ono red sow and j two blaok ones Any ono owning tho hogs may have thorn by pay i fug for tho advertising and footling I Combs will speak at SunIdtyuorning fell Wednesday and broke her arm Ne e tIMoo0 Ss College Items I Q 0 HERE AND THERE 0 00000Mr C J Lewis former student of Derea College Is candidate for Stint ot Public Schools of Harlan County Mr Noah May Is visiting friends In Rowan County this Prof Lewis Is weekIthis week where he Arthur Dally n Derea student was In town this week Stella Adams who is teaching in Itockcastlo County visited homo folks Sunday S AV Grathwoll Is planning to to back In school this fall Prof and Mra Marsh and Rev John HerRQt nnd wife of Cincinnati attended the reunion of Ueroa stu dents of Clay County Saturday nnd Biro attended tho Clay County Instl tuteA ninepound boy was born to Mr and Mrs Edwin Ilogors Kmbreo cf 117 Fountain St Now Haven Conn Ho has been named John Fee Embree aLer his grandfathr John Fee foun der of Dorea College Ky Mr Em bree who graduated from Yalo lu the class of 100C Is associate editor ot tho Yalo Alumni Weekly Mrs Kmbroa before her marriage which took place a little over a year ago ws Miss Kate Scott Clark of 62 Uorby Ave New Haven BIG FIRE tOKUIlUR Irem tint meet- ped out by a paMorby Scarcely anything wits saved from this house and the flames soon roaobed tbo residence of Mr Gott next door Most of his furniture was taken out but In tbo oxeitoaient a great deal of it was Medlewly damaged and ho suffered severe loss from his holpere Tho IMHIM was ovWeutly doomed and was quickly abandoned My this time the flame had roaehed tho house on the other sldo of tho one whore the flie started also owned by Mr Wilson sad all three UHtdlnwi were In a few uute a IHROB of fire This house was meant Mr Orutehfleld having moved out tho same day The wind was from tho west and the ftaniofl were being carried toward the homo occupied by the widow Mrs Itob Yates It was In saving this house that tho bolt work was dono All tile hose owned by the College Had teen stretohod from the hydrant by tho Chapel but took the water only u fw as the Jlaupln house Tho tress was thrown on the roof cf the Yateo homo DUel helped some but roost of tho work was done with buckets The end of the house win completely charred and MM several times In a flame but it was finally saved It Is hard to tell who most deserved pratso among th tally who worked so well Some of those who did most certainly were Marshall Tatum John Jackson Will Moore Mr Hudson Dun Lewis Lloyd SliockUy Charlie Ollft Dan Poudar JliHUil Maker J H Itowman Ueugo brothels H Lengfellnor Soward Marsl Don tablMtnd Dort Codding ton and IfownrU Clark and some others were badly burned and Jim mhy Maker was hit and badly hurt with n bucket While this herole work was going ON Air fouls storehouto lord bun almoct fofgotton and it was soon MOM to be lit flames Tho eon tents wen pretty troll cleared out HMJ It WM KbojMloiMd In lie burning it almost sot fin to the rink but that finally owapwl- Tho total fan from Uio fire was about 8800 Of this 3100 falls On Mr GMt but is pretty well covered by insurance Cap Nihon hind his houses whloh wore worth omo 1000 Insured to about two tblrde tholr value and Mr Mallone la understood to havo his household goods worth about IClO ptotty well covered Tho dam are to tho Yates house jvlll not amount to over UOO nnd a subscrip Ion was started on the spot and liberally supported whloh will largely remove from her tho burden of tbo repairs Tho flro was ono of tho most spectacular over seen hero Flames leaped fully a hundrtd fcoU in air at tlmra end tho smoke rolled away in great clouds Half tho population of tho town gathered across the street to view the flro MADISON GO FARMERS INSTITUTE w11 be hold in Korea October 16 and 17 1903 Every farmer in the county uliould bo present as it will be an educational feature in tanning Remember the date October 16 and 17 S I UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need of something good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE 511 1R pcatbcr Successor to Gotten Groccrjj Company pbonc 184 flOntn Street Opposite Ittf3cn Otflcc POLITICAL NOTES Dothurum Nominated Bryan Speaks South Wavering Must Nominate Hughes- BETHURUM NOMINATED Tho Eighth District Republicans nominat ed L W Dothurum of Mt Vernon Rockcaetlo County for Congress to oppose tho Democratic candidate lint Harvey Helm of Stanford Mr De thurum Is well known and popular and can bo counted oil the poll tho full strength of hilt party In this district MRYAN SPEAKS W J Bryan spoto lost Thursday night at Topeka Cans on tho subject of guar aav if bank deposits SOLID SOUTH WAVERING There Is hope of breaking up the sol id south a little moro in this cam paign Kentucky Missouri and Maryland havo already been cut oft It and hero is now acme chance that Arkanias Tennessee nnd oven pos fclbly Virginia may turn In small Re publican majorities Tho danger ot losing those states Is giving Mr Bryan bad dreams MUST NOMINATE HUQIIBS It Is understood that the Ropublloan pollti dana of New York who have taken a great dislike to Mr Hughes Just as the people havo taken a great liking for him lirvo decided to give In and ronomlnato him Pros Roose velt has announced o some of them that this mut be dono and tho Pioeldent and people together are a little too mush even for tho politi clans COLORED VOTE SAPB Tho bode that the colored vote of this ooijn try would largely go to Bryan Is disappearing along with tile other Democratic visions nnd It Is now pretty certain to bo whore it belongs When the nogroos think how they havo been used by the Democratic tarty thoy realize that their only hope Is with tho Republicans and they have had time to think of the Democratic attitude during tho last few weeks Tholr leaders now all say that they will bo for Taft TAFT MAY SPEAK IN ICY1 is now possible that Taft will speak In Kentucky Tbnro is talk of his vls IUng wall ot tho doubtful states and tide will of course mOAn that ho will be hoard In this ono EDUCATIONAL NUMBER Tho present number of Tho Citizen U largely given over to a description of the advantages offered to boys and girls at Dorea College and for that reason Is less a newspaper than usual A wqnl ot explanation Is duo our regular subscribers In the first place while thlspartlcular num bet may be of less value to thorn than some of tho others if it were not for tho space that wo glvo to this and similar advertising it would lie Impossible to give anything llko 1 good a paper as we do The mon ey received from subscribers pays on 1y a part of the cost of Tho Citizen bud the balance is made up of re ceipts from advertising so in tho long run tho subscribers benefit from ever Inch of space sold to any bus iness concern In tho second place no apology is needed for working for tbo Inter eta ot Dorea College even it it did not pay its way Every citizen ct Eastern Kentucky is interested in the work tho college Is doing and vlnhes to keep up with its prog ress and there aro tow families that do not or should not take a deep interest in the opportunities for advancement offered fcr children and cf these opportunities Derea College otters the very bolt We hopo all our subscribers will read and care fully consider the otters mado by the College and wo expect to see many students from Citizenreading famil los In school this fall and winter CIRCUIT JUDGES CAMPAIGN Judge Faulkner In a speech at liarbocrsvllle Monday announced that In view of tho fact that tho prlmarles for choice of a Republican candidate for Circuit Judge of the 27th District have been set in spite of his protcrts for December 5 of this year he would ask for special Judges fcr the sessions of court between now and then and put in tho time stump Ing the district Ho had wished the primaries to be held nt tho end of noxt summer so that ho could make li campaign without Interfer ing with tho court business but ho was overruled Mr Lewis duties as prosecutor take mush less of his time and tho Judge feels that with out tome such arrangement as this In would be unable to meet him ftUfly In tho campaign Sir Lewis has also begun his act IVQ cumpalgn and U this week in Manchester and Clay County Ho will bo In Jackson next week and IIM made several speeches in Knox nejh aro claiming that they will car All four bounties and from present dngloBtfofM the campaign will bo as hot and oloso as it is important romI that can should hoar both the candidates and give their boat thought to taAJr oholca as the campaign is for the people of tho district more Important than any other will be for years FOR SALE Ono good farm of 55 acres lying on Richmond and Irvine road lYz miles from thriving little town of Panola ii mile from good school and mile from store Good well at door and good spring in yard Good orch ard of 200 trees and finest garden in EstlU County Good barn and all necessary outbuildings 18 acres Umber past In grass All this with clear title for the small amount of GOO on cash For particulars wrlto Sam Cox Punola Ky FOR SALE aDO acres of good land well watered and timbered and containing dwelling houso and oat buildings Call on or address J D Rowlett Sturgeon Owsley Ky SURREY FOR SALE Any one wishing to buy a f-second hand surrey and harness ploaso call on J J Drannanan Bores Ky FOR SALE Sixteen acre farm with house barn and garden and fruit treoa 11 miles from Dorms prlco 800 About six acres with house ono mile from Derea prlco 325 Call on or write Joo Williams Doroa Ky I have a new stock of fall and winter goods all the new styles Best quality Prices are much lower on all goods Mrs S R Baker PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY 0 IN OUR OWN STATE Orville Hum KilledPitchfork Fight J WRIce ArrestedHargls Trial In Estlll ORVILLE HURN KILLED A very cad accident occured In Greenup Couny last week Orvlllo Hurn who owned a water melon patch employed Olllo Jenkins to guard It for him nnd gave him orders to shoot any Qua who came in after dark Mr Hum found it necessary to go in about d oclock and bo whistled to let Jenkins know who It was but Jenkins did not identify him so go Ing in his direction ho saw a man under a tree and shot at tho bulk hitting Hum near the heart Ho was killed instantly PITCHFORK FJOHTA fight oa curred in Laurel County Monday about elx miles west of London in which Rich Howard was badly wounded in the head by a pitchfork and his son James was shot thru tho body John Hubbard was shooting at the Howard aid accidentally shot his father Henry Hubbard The trouble arose dur- Ing the threshing of the wheat grown on tho Howard farm by the Howards- J W RICE ARRESTED J W Rice was arrested in Lexington charg ed with embezzling funds from the City Dank at Morchcad- HARU1S TRIAL IN ESTILL The cour in Jackson has granted a change of venue for Beech Hargls to Esllll County The date for the trial has boon set for December 9 Public Sale Having bought n term in tho state ct Indiana I will on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1908 sell lo the highest bidder at the res idence of Dr Ramsey In Garrard County Ky two miles from Paint Lick and ten miles from Lancaster on the Lancaster and Richmond turn pike 14 oneyearold extra sugar planta tion mare mules 3 oneyearold ex tra sugar plantation horso mules These 17 mules are 14 to 15 hands high and coat from 7 to 100 last tall at weaning time one pair mare mules six years old 17 hands 1 Inch high weigh 2SOO pounds well broken ono mare mule 3 years old well brok en one pair horse mules 4 years cud 1C hands high well broken one good jack nine years old 15 hands tnd 1 inch high ono good brood mare 10 years old colt by side and In foal gentle for ladles to drive not afraid of steam or automobile one good brood maro 12 years old colt by side and In foal to jack wll broken to work some yearling colts and flubs a lot of two and three year old fllllee trotters and combined a lot of brood mares and hI head of extra feeding cattle will weigh over 1100 pounds a lot of good yearling steers some extra good icllch cows ono goat 50 good stock hogs will weigh over 100 Ibs nIno good brood sows five stacks I of tlmcthy tiny a lot of balled hay 90 acres of corn to be judged in the field and some can be fed down 75 bushels of good seed wheat half iDtenwtln ten acres of tobacco 40000 tobacco sticks Salo to begin at b n m sharp D Ramsey Paint Lick Ky WI P Prewitt Auctioneer Derea Ky There aro many kinds of disgrace some have been Invented by our olvlllzctlon It Is a disgrace in England to appear without a top hat and a frock at the hour for such fix lags It 13 n disgrace in the estimation of many young women when they cannot dross themselves up like SfiueezedIn monkeys Out there is ono permanent dls praco and plenty ot us have It and that la DISGRACEFUL INDIFFER ENCE TO KNOWLEDGE It lot a mans fault if he is cursed with the worst kind of poverty whIch is IGNORANCE But it is a mans fault It he doesnt WANT to know It is his fault and a disgrace if ho doosnt try to GET knowledgeKnowledge Is all around us the newspapers spread it in diluted form a pretty poor thin miserable dllu tion usually It can bo found con densed and a little herder to absorb in tbo big libraries It can be found in earnest conversation among earnest men There isnt enough cf that conversation in our slangmak ing baseball playing days Thor Is knowledge everywhere At nlcht tho sun goon down and gives you a chance to acquire knowledge about the worlds outside of us and the books aro there to teach you How many look at thcso books or at the great book abovo in tho oky at night How many talk or think carneat 11 How many realize and blame their own ignorance Knowledge all arpund us and taw o us taking tho trouble to pick it up THAT IS TilE DIG DISGRACE N Y Journal L A Davis M D OFFICEAT RESIDENCE PHONE 50 CEMTERST S R BAKER DENTIST KYIntOde Iara frm S U 4- citj rka ixs Teeth extracted without dSoraeforme HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account with us whether large or small t I JIr HYDEN KY 450Buys a good set of teeth DR HOBSON Richmond Kentucky IEXPERIENCE IDEtlIGNSAnyoneendlne a aketrh and deaeriptnn rtarquickly opinion r whether anucertalnaprohblr atentahe Commu- niUOhlrlUnOdnl at HANDBOOK on Patenta lent fro Oldea ecnrtltCPorrealveraten4 taken tbrough Ilunn special notke without chare fa the Scientific flfitcricam AbandaomelrtihatntedweeklrA raraedelrd cnlmllon of any Term 13 a ears fonr raontht tL Boliibjrall Co3919raadwa wdDrk branch once CS F 8U VTubloiion n Co Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood The lowest priced good garden catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing 1 DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb ilL Kansas City Mo J WRITE lttS9 PER LEi11G DE KAtBIUi KANSAS CfTY MO Public Sale Having decided to abandon arm- Ing and embark IP other business I will on- SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1908 on the promises offer for sale to the tugboat and best bidder my farm containing 330 acres situated In Oar raid County Kentucky on the wat on of Sugar Creole adjoining tho land of H 0 Arnold about 2y miles from Lancaster and now occupied by in sou David E Henry I will first offer tho land In three tracts Tract No1 will contain about 105 acres on which there are two houses barn and two good orchards Tract No2 will contain about 115 acres on which there Bro no improve ments Tract No 3 will contain 100 acres on which there Is a barn At ter offering the three tracts sepa rately I will then offer the land as- a whole and the bid or bids realiz ing tba most money will be the bid consideredAnyone desiring to look at the land should call on Davo El Henry on the premises who will show you the land Possession will be given January 1 1909 At the same Urns and place after the aale of land I will sell al of my farming Implements of all kinds Also about 125 head of cheep 90 ewes 3 tine bucks the balance lambs TERMS liberal and made known on day of sale Sale begins at ten oclock AM BOURNE Auctioneer JAS R HENRY Kirksvllle Krc 1 S The Citizen 1 frilly JIIIwppr for all that It right true and Interesting fnbUabed tTtry Thursday at sere Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated IlinUy Frost Editor and Uinigt Subscription Ratos rAYABLB IN ADVAHCS- D Year IIM Six Months at Three Month SJ Send money 07 PoloSce or Xipteu Money Order Draft aegUtered Letter or oeeu4 tw- ooat tamp The date after your name en label bow to what dle your lIoerlplion la paid It hInotbanged within that wetu alter renewal otlfy ul- Mlialnr numbers will be gladly anppOcd U wa- Ire notified Kino premiums cheap with new fubserlptlons Ind prompt rcncw li Band for Premium Lilt Liberal terms glen to any who obtain ew vbacriptlona for u Any one acndlng ui foul rurly subedptiooanuiedeveTbedlnstfrte- tsr bim elf for one tar Advertising ratty on application II IMaas or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION I At present tho anlas if we mistake not hold tho record for fast ocean travel but tho ics havo aspirations In the same direction A story Is told of a Connecticut rooster that chews tobacco and tries to expectorate like a man Evidently tho nature fakers are dying hard If Peary is so certain ho could find the pole for 25000 he ought to have no trouble at all in mortgaging his subsequent lecture trip for the money The French academy when full con table 40 Immortals Two of them Ludovlc Halevy and Francois Coppee have lately proved their mortality by dying We congratulate San Francisco on having a now date Until now it has been slnco tho earthquake Hereafter It will be slnco the coming of the fleet Thousands of years hence when scientists are looking for relics ofI prehistoric man probably they will come across several ancient automobiles lu Siberia- Persons whose incomes do not keep pace with their aspirations will be glad to learn that it is quite correct now to wear topazes If they prefer them to diamonds Woman suffrage in Finland is said by a male scientist to have increased Insanity In that country We expect to see this statement mildly disputed not to say laid out stiff and cold A celebrated doctor says that the sun Is not bad for blondes as has been reported Did the doctor never see a blonde complexion that had carelessly been left out In the sun T The Kalamazoo man who was struck by lightning threo times must prove n great source of encouragement to those politicians who have held their lightning rods for a long time without getting results Germany thinks it Is entitled to r twocent postage with the United States if Great Britain is Tho cost of transmitting letters written In Ger man Is no greater than that of send ing messages expressed In shorter words At last Homer has met his only real rival The seven cities which claimed the blind bard are outnumbered by tho municipalities which claim the author of Casey at the Bat ThoI love for really great poetry has not declinedAmerican men according to a die affected continental husband of an American girl are slaves to their wives slightest whims As yet however we havo heard of no movement for the emancipation of downtrodden American men Tho trouble with them is that they glory In their slaveryThose new words that havo been written to fit tho tune of Dixie represent a total waste of tlmo and labor on the part of the author as might have been expected Nobody wants them Does anybody suppose that a nesr version of Homo Sweet 110m ejever could supplant the commonplace but Immortal song known by thatIname Leon Delagrange tho French aeroIpianist who has Just driven ills flying machine more than six miles at Rome while the king and queen of ItalyI looted on says that his machine now needs only a few minor Improvements to solve the problem of dirigible night We have an Idea tlyat he will find that making these few minor improvements is like putting on the finishing touches to make a perfect poem When question of relinquishing to Turkey some forts on tho Mldlan coast was under discussion tho Into Lord Salisbury wrote to Lord privately I would hot be too muchI Impressed by what the soldiers tell you about tho strategic Importance of these places It Is their way they wore allowed full scope theyj would Insist on the Importance of garrisoning the moon in order to protect us from Mars That was written be fore the beginning at the more or J ssI thehabttabilitybor of the earth R1 ln AWorkable Airship WithintheBy HOMER W HEDGE Former President ol Afro Club ol America I QNE essential reason for the comparatively slow progress made in the development of the aeroplane is that as with the bicycle it is and must be part of the operator and its operation has to be learned Though the driving force be mechanical it must be guided by human intelligence To experiment with the workable but primitive aeroplane of today requires any amount of pluck When it has become a realized fact every operator will have to learn how to operate the machine indi vidually Birds though built to f1j are taught by their mothers and if they try it on their own account invariably get tumbleHonor thanks are due to the Aero club of America which took the initiative and to such mon as Gen James A Allen and Cortland Field Bishop who have won the faith of men of capital to tho absolute certainty and therefore moneyproducing possibilities of aerial navigation The influence exerted by tho Aero club of America is now being felt all over the country Fraternal clubs are everywhere There is even the Junior Aero club of Xew York which is enlisting considerable attention and has a successful boy flyer with a machine of his own invention Arrangements have been made for holding several important conferences between tho leading aeronauts at the Hotel Astor New York during the coming late summer fall and winter months which cannot fail to be productive of good results The problem is so nearly solved thatas a close observer and student of the subject and as an associate of the leaders of the movement I confidently predict that within two years aerial navigation will be an accom- pli h c1 fact There will then be n thousand minds at work to every one at present and modifications and improvements will soon bring to per fection the first successes In war supreme almost to the abolishment of war In peace delightful beyond conception Inhalation of the rarefied air of the upper strata will provo to be one of the greatest of blessings to suffering humanity A single ascension rekindles life and were a regular course of air trips to be taken I firmly believe tuberculous diseases would be cured Think of transportation through tho free pure air tho realm of ab solute liberty no tracks no franchises no need of thousands of employes to add to the cost and of the swiftness the glorious exhilaration and last but by no means least of its broadening effect on the mind Every drifting balloonist knows what I mean I am certain there is not one who has not been uplifted in every sense of the word and who has not realized more fullmorc surely the immeasurable greatness of the all powerful Creator of the universe The moral influence which will be exerted over all mankind bj serial navigation is beyond compute Conquest of the air is coming is al most here and most of us will be here to see and to enjoy it when it comes We May Hope for Immortality ByPBOFJOSIAII ROYCE A man is a significant being not byvir tue of his bodor his feelings or his for tunes or his social status hut by virtue of his will A man as an ethical being is what he purposes to be so far ns his will is as yet temporally expressed So far as his will is not yet expressed his life belongs to the future All elso about him besides his will his purpose his life plan his ideal his deed his volitional expression all else than this I say is mere material for man hood mere clothing rtiore environment or mere fortune Ignorantly ns he now expresses himself his worth lies not in the extent of his knowledge but in the seriousness of his intent to express himselfBut if one who appears in the outer form of mar chows no sign na yet of having any personal ideal or life plan or purpose or individual will at all then in such a case we indeed call the being whom we know in our human relations a person but he so far appears as a person by cour test An explicit personality is one which aiows itself through deeds that embody a coherent iealan ideal which need not be abstractedly formulated but which must be practically active recognizably significant consciously in need of further temporalexpression The righteous man is dissatisfied with his present opportunity to ex press his will lie needs yet further future opportunities to do his duty The conscious sinner is dissatisfied with the will which he is at the moment trying to express Each as a finite being engaged in a temporal process is a person by virtue of his dissatisfactions I refer now by the word dissatisfactions not to gloomy feelings so much as eagerness for further deeds How we feel is a matter of fortune How active wo need to bt that constitutes ourselves as now we are- A finite personality I insist is a will to do something So far ns 1 have something to do I am however dissatisfied with tho past as with the present I demand in just so far a future a future in which since I now a sinner at war with myself I shall come into unity with my own willand shall discover what it is I am seeking a future in which in so far as even now I know and intend my duty I shall further express this willof mine in the countless deeds that my personal purpose requires me yet to do In me then God is discontented with his own temporal expression This discontent I myself am It constitutes me This individual thirdl for infinity this personal warfare with my own temporal maladjustment to my own idealthis is my personality I am thia hatred of my own im perfection this search for the future deed this intent to do more titan has as yet to be done In me the temporal being in me now God is in need is Jlungry is thirsty is in prison In me then God is dissatisfied But ho is God Ho is absolute Eternity is his He must be satisfied In eternity the view of the whole temporal process he is saUl fied In his totality he attains and he attains what 1 seek And this I take it is our rational warrant insisting that every rational person has in the endless temporal order an opportunity for an endless series of deeds Seen then from tho eternal point of view my personal life must ho an endless se ries of deeds This isa sketch of what I take to bcv tlc triicr immortality FIREMEN WERE AT PICNIC WHEN 2000000 BLAZE STARTED IN NEW ORLEANS CENTER Flames Gain Great Headway on As count of Water Supply Being Inad equateIncendiarism Charged Now Orleans Aug nllro which broko out in tho center of tho com merclal district Sunday afternoon swept over portions of three blocks destroying a largo number of whole sale houses manufacturing Blunts and email stores Originating at Dlcnvlllo and Char tree streets the Homes worked their way north as far as Conti street and west toward Roynl bringing a loss of about 3000000 before they wens finally subdued Several circumstances combined to give tho flro a headway which proved Lard to overcome At the time tho alarm was turned in shortly before 3 oclock tho New Orleans firemen wore in the midst of their annual picnic at a suburban park and the engines and patrols respondtd with a more handful of men It was fully an hour before tat do partmont was in position to make nay thing like a successful fight attainst- the flro and oven then tho hnndirnn against it was added to by an made quato supply of water Tho fire was ono of the mos spec tacular that has occurred In Nw Or leans during recent years Two warehouses filled wli wines and liquors were among tho build ga destroyed by the fire As they burned tho barrels if whisky and brandy exploded with thun derous roars which could be harJ for blocks and which shook the walls of adjoining buildings and cnaangerod the lives ot the firemen engaged In fighting the flames It was not until several hours hud elapsed that the fire was gotten uudrt control and even then It continued to burn well into tho night Among tho establishments burned wore Central Glass Co George D Scott lighting and electrical Instru ments Hcldonhelm Levy l Weirs shirt manufacturers Hochn k DIoth wholesale millinery Knoat Commis lion Co Paul Gelpi l Sons wholesale liquor dealers New Orleans Junk Co Isldor Kolffor l Co boot and shoat and Thomas I Harris wholesale liquor dealer Tho origin ot tho flro is thought to be Incendiary HAUNTED BY SONS IMAGE Rich Farmer Who Had Mistaken Him For Wifes Admirer Ended Life Clay City III Aug 31 Rendered temporarily Insane by remorse for his art in killing his wits and wounding Ida son last Juno whom he mistook for her admirer Julius Turner a wealthy farmer committed suicide In his coil In tho county Jail here by hanging himself Ha used hut bed clothing as a death ropo Turner was GO years old a civil war veteran and reputed to bo wealthy Mrs Turner attended a church to clal and bad made arrangements to meet her amt there Tumor stood In a grove near tho church when the pair arrived He had a distinct look At bin wife as she loft the church door but the face of his son was hidden as ho appeared from tho roadway pie saw only vaguely the form of a mn stand- Ing close to his wife Drawing a revolver he glided to within a few feet of the couple and opened fire on thorn The first tullct struck Mrs Turner In the back A4 she started to run another bullet struck her in tho head Then the weapon was turned on her companion and two mow shots rang out One of the bullets struck the son In the groin and he fell uncon scious beside tho bleeding form of his mother As Turner stooped down to look at tho face of tho man whom ho suspected to bo his wifes admirer ho recognized his son Coal Mines To Be Shut Down Butte Mont Aug 3tAfter a two days seetom in this city lasting until Into Sunday the committee represent ing The United Mine Workers of Wyoming failed to reach a wage agree mart with tho operators and accord ing to John J Hart spokesman for the mine owners all line coal mines In Wyoming will bo shut down Monday About 7000 men will bo Idie The contention between the miners and operators Is over a proposed reduction In wages amounting from 10 to 15 cents a day Drowned In Collision HardIn 111 Aug 31A skiff con taming five persons was cut lu two Sunday night In tbo Illinois river by the yacht Mayflower and Mrs May Applcmau of Alton was drowned She was knocked unconscious and sank Immediately Mr and Mrs Albert Combs of St Louis were thrown Into the water und Mrs Combs sank Her husband rescued her by diving Favors Limited Woman Suffrage Boston Mass Aug 31 Proaldrut Eliot of Harvard has announced him self in favor of limited woman suffrage This announcement la mado in an ex pression of his opinion on form specifi cations of new charter for BuMcn Tolstois Plight St Petersburg Aug 3tDr Mar tinoff tho surgeon In attendance on Count Tolstoi fears it will be ncessarj to amputate the writers left toot u phlebitis or swelling of the hour anetnbrane of a vein has sot in DADDY STORKS MISTAKE It Taught Clarlna a Lesson of Un selfishness For a long tlmo Clarissa had prayed for a Bister a nice little baby sister whom she could lovo and fondle And now tho mean old stork had brought hor a baby brother that fretted and equalled and looked ever so crossly at her Daddy Stork must have made a mistake Im sure ho must and I do w M She Found Beside Her a Radiant Angel wish hed take this baby bask sold Clariiwa Impatiently as she frowned upon her baby brother Clarlsiix didnt know Just how it came about but suddenly she found beside her a radiant angol clad In gloaming robos of white and wearing a brilliant star above her brow And iho nngel though still smiling sweet ly sold quite reprovingly to the little Ilrl There was no mistake The queen of heaven hoard your prayer stud Im mediately she bade a little cherub cease from playing with tho stars and run across to the chamber of souls with a message Now thin message directed that a delightful little girl baby be selected from among the souls and be given to tho stork roes senger Hut when wo happened to tell tho queen that n naughty boy baby was disturbing tbo little souls slut InIand kindness I have just been too ugly for any thing murmured Clarlasa through her tears and wont you please tell the queen that Ill bo as kind and pa deal on over I can And I really do feel that I lovo baby brother now ClarlfSK quickly proved that after all Daddy Stork had mado no mis take SLEEP UNDER WATCR One of the Funny Incidents Possible In a Divers Life Aa showIng how much at home a man may be today under water I may relate an amusing story Some months ago whllo tho great battleship Dread nought was at Malta ono of the sea men divers went down to clear her propeller from some flotsam that had become entangled and ho failed to como up It chanced that tho rest of the battleships divers were ashore and grave concern was felt on tho Ironclad for tho missing worker Sig nals by telephone and lifeline wore sent below without avail In the launch above the throb throb of the air pumps cylinders went on but tho attendants looked at onu another in dismay fearing some strange tragedy deep down In those heaving green seas The worst was feared when somo big brushes and other tools came floating to tho surface and thereupon the navigating lieutenant sent ashore an urgent message for ono of tho other divers Tho man came on board dressed Immediately and went below only to como up full of indignation Why that fellows been asleep all this time ho said wrathfully It wits true relates tho writer in St Nicholas Tho man had Just had lily lunch and finding the work much less scrlojs that ho had thought ho fin lEhed It In a few minutes and then sat comfortably on ono of tho giant blades of the Dreadnoughts propeller and went to sleep with Inquisitive fishes swarming around him attracted by the dazzling searchlight on his breast The officers were so amused at tho oc currence that no punishment was In flicted on the lazy ono A Weighty Questio- nFrederlckConstance dear what would you Oil an empty barrel with to mako It lighter l omttancoDont bo allly Freddy Frederick Constance darling what would you fill an empty Con stance Oh I dont know Frederick briery and to the point Holes l IPIPpm AND DUMPLIMQ Story of Two Fat Ptace Loving Ducks Mildred exclaimed Doth runnlun in from a visit to the barnyard 1 know more about ducks loan iny- cue More than grandmothor que tioucdvMlldreii a little doubtfully Tor Malttands success lu raising plutrs ducklings was a well established tf omplUhmont Yes nodotd Beth I think 1 really do Mildred because grandmother says that sho never discovered that ducks were peacemakers and thats what I have found out You see she went on noticing that Mildred woi BO much Intorea d- In tho ducks that she had put sown her new doll I peg peeking through the fence watching two young roos ters light That is they mado believe to light at first walking round and round each other and bristling out their feathers In tho funniest way and then they looked at each other ait savage as could bo and Just then up waddled those two fat ducks that grandmother calls Pippin and Dump Hug They came right In between the roosters and pushed them right apart Pippin pocked at ono und Dumpling at the other Then they walked on an grand as could be and tho young rotH era bristled up al each other again and made funny little noises Well Dumpling and Pippin began juaoklti Jut us If they didnt like It at all and camo right back and pecked at the roosters so hard that they stopped quarreling and run off Mildred had listened admiringly and now insisted on hurrying out to the barnyard to to Pippin anti UnrujIlnB Do you believe many people knoW as much as wo do about duokr asked lleth as they peered through the fence Not as much as grandmother and we know Youths Companion BOTTLE STUNT Way In Which You Can Provide a Feet Moments Diversion Spread n newspaper flat on the table and upon the paper stand a bottle mouth downward You may then announce with mr feet confidence that you can draw tlo newspaper from beneath the bottle without upsetting the patter Grasp firmly two ends of the popor Ask a friend to pound gently upon tbe Position of fettle table Before king your bottle will havn wain1 rff the new paper GAME or UUcSSING CAKE Charming Party Idea Which U Easily Carried Out This la a charming party idea and easily arranged aa U does not require nlatioratn preparation but brings oat a lot of Ingenuity on tho part of the guests who are to strive to win a prlie by giving the holt Idea of the cake they are to represent Inch guest must select tho cake be or she decides upon and then wear some ornament either on the shoulder or In the hair which has something about It that will suggest the name of a cakeFor Instance at a party given not long since one of tho boys hail a toy hen fastened to his coat sleeve near tho shoulder This was intended Ic represent a layer cako A young girl had securely pinned to her hair a saw buck made of light pasteboard acrons r which a sheaf of wheat was fastened This was for buckwheat cake An our of corn stood for corn cake a hoo bottbralla box muflln a pan with n miniature turner pane tke a finely dressed doll with trailing gown represented lady cake a sponge tied with gay ribbons sponge cake When you put on your thinking cap you can find so runny things which will represent tho cakes familiar to you that It will bo easy to find ono you like Tho one who gets the prlzo Is the ono who finds something that will not bo guessed tho moment It In seen yet is a correct representation of the word that describes tho kind of cako It claims to represent Unnecessary Mr Johnson Tommy dldut you or der this trunk from the trunkmakers the other day Tommy Yes father Mr johnsonWhy did ho send no strap Tommy Why tho fne Is father li told him you wotildnt need a stray He Wanted a Test The statement mado by his teacher that every ono of the hairs of his head was numbered made a great luipres lion upon William Twitching a hair out c4 hlj heed and holding It up ho cried PJCMV what number la tLs eatr AUGUSTA LOSS BIG MILLS AND WAREHOUSES ARE RUINED DY FLOOD DEAD MAY NUMBER SIXTY Great Damage and Widespread Dis tress In North and Couth Caro lina Faycttevllle Is Sub merged Augusta Ga The flood alor- ltt Augusta Is recoIling rapidly and as tho water leaven the streets It Is apparent that the toss has been un der estimated In addition to the disasters already reported tho Riverside mills In dam plant and loss of cotton which SJ11onttll away sustained a loss of the Reid cotton warehouse tho finest In the south was greatly damaged but It will require n survey to determine tho loss the Triangular block where the wbolosalo hoiuos are aMcmblsd was badly damaged The NVUon Morris d Co warehouse has onllapeod and Is being razed tho Au gmln Grocery companys building was luninged to the oxtout o JGOOO the Xntlnmtl IHscult company building was wreaked The Central grammar School And tho Davidson grammtr school wore also damaged severely In addition to tho firs already ro ported ton smaller houses wore ktmitd in different section of the liy Death Rate May Reach Sixty Twontytwo bodlcM have been recov sated and corpse are being found every hour or so Tho captain of tho river stoamor Swan which arrived Friday reported that he saw on tho trip up tho river al bust 25 corpses nil nogroes except one There aro reports of many drownlncs among nero farm hande In tho lower valley Tho Chronicle estimates the death till at 80 Tho citizens In mass mooting and the oily council and the board ot iMRlth In special seiwlon have taken WMMtros to relieve the distress CHI sans are subscribing to a fund to help the poorer people In the submerged +district for portions of the town nro Mil uRdu water There Is sure to be the greatest suffering and rellof mitt be quick to prevent starvation horn MvellluK tho death tilt South Carolinas Flood orkin true Piedmont ruction of the elate ties swept through South Carolina leavIng ruined farms and crippled railway lines In Its wako line now pawed Cetarabln and Is moving toward the lower part of the itnto The railroads are making strenuous offotta Jo restaraJlaos of communication nod have succeeded In some nioMuro- Klngvlllo 36 miles south of this city on the Waloreo rlvor Is seven feet under water and every house In U1t town Is deserted Tho water at that point Is still rlelng and will probably roach Its highest point about three oclock Saturday No accurate estimate of dam ape can bo made but It prob ably will run woll Into tho rolKlons Fayettevllle is Submerged Iarettevlllo N CTho Capo Fear river at this point has reached a height of 79 feet breaking all records of former floods The river valloys on tho east side aro covered for mites with n rushing torrent ot muddy wa low Houses and bridles aro swept away for miles around and tho esti mated damage to tho cotton and corn ropft will go boyond 1C per cont Tho greater portion of Fayettovlllo Is covered with water backed up to tho city hall from the rlvor which Is a title and a half distant Three thousand people are home loss and a proclamation was Issued by tho mayor al noon Friday Tho city was In total darkness Friday night tho power plant being submerged Many Die In Colorado Flood Trinidad Col Citizens of Fol torn aro dazed over the result of tho awful Hood which spread loath and destruction Thursday night and anything like accurate details nro Im possible owing to Interruption of wlro communication Casualties are vari ously estimated at from 15 to 25 Fol Font had about COO population and t was built on both sides of tho Clmar I ron which Is dry except on occasions of heavy rainfalls A 12foot wall of water came down tho canyon while the Inhabitants slept- Japanese Dank Closed San Francisco Tho Imperial Jnn ancHo bank nt 1513 Laguna street was closed Friday by tho state hank t commissioners It Is alleged that tho jnfllcorn nf tho institution have icon making loans to themselves Tho 1bnnk Is capitalized nt f27000 paid up a reserve fund of 7000 r Montana Socialists Nominate Helena Mont Tho Socialists of 7 Montana In state convention Thursday adopted a platform and nominated n w full stato ticket headed by Harry NUfioula for governor tfFive Young Oarsmen Missing Bait Francisco Flvo young men M members of a racing club who started out Thursday from their clubhouse fpr A row In tho bay In a racing shall havo not been seen since and It Is feared that all have boon drowned Kills Father to Protect Mother Lexington IyAt Minerva Marlon county Friday John Bruce ngcd 20 years shot and killed his father Low Is Bruco 45 years old Tho older Bruno had attacked bps wife when the tOU Interfered and shot him JELBOURNE GREETS TARS MCRICAN OATTLEOHIP3 REACH AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL Seventy Thourand Vleltoro Arrive In City to Participate In the En tertainments Molbonrno Tlio American battle ships steamed Into Melbourne harbor Saturday Tho warshlpa were In column formation Tho wanhlim arrived at Port Philip Head on schedule time Saturday morning Melbourne was on the tiptoe of ox cltumcnt whnn welcoming tha Amen can battleship fleet The weather cleared and the day wan beautiful Tho warships were due at tho Head at about noon but arrived earlier A wireless dispatch from tho fleet Enid thnt since leaving Sydney tho fleet experienced good weather and smooth seas Tho visit of tho American fleet to tho capital of tho Australian commonwealth In the most remarkable mill tary ovont In tho history of Australia Tbo welcome to the American officers and man by the people of Australasia which began at Auckland unit which Sydney continued reached Its climax hero The federal stain and municipal authorities woro busily planning to ro clvo tine fleet for about threo months Private organizations eagerly cooper ated with the authorities to give the Americans a cordial welcome Tho Salvation Army chartered n steamer nnd accompanied with several of Ita hat brae bands proceeded to the hands at the mouth of tho harbor to welcome tho fleet upon Its arrival Those are fully 70000 visitors In Melbourne during Amorlcnn week As this oily and ltd suburbs have a population of above SOOOOO the streets of tho city were throttled to their furl eat capacity lintels and boarding houses entertained their overflow RtioatB At private houses This public entertainment of the Americans was on n more oxtonslvo solo than hiss over bon known hero Tho state government expected to spend about JB0060 In entertainments not to mention tho expenses of tho federal government and the munici pality composing Greater Mel bourn PERISH IN BLAZING MINE t early Thirty Lives Lost In Shaft at Halleyvllle Okla McAlcstor Okln Noarly 30 minors are believed to have perished In llalloyOla coal mlno No 1 at lUlloy vlllc 14 mllea east of McAlcator Wednesday morning when fire de stroyed the hoisting shaft and air shaft and cut off air from tho men bo low Twentyfive bodies had been ro covered by Wednesday night After the entombed mittens had pone down In tho cage a fire broko out occasioned by tho Ignition of a barrel of oil which n minor was try ing to divide Tho flames spread at once to the hoisting shaft and Iho air shaft and all communication with the top was cut off Hundreds of miners rushed to tho scene and tried to got Into the nlr shaft but this was impos sible as flames and smoke were com ing up with such fotce as to drive them back Then an effort was made to operate the cages running up nnd down tho hoisting shaft but It was found that tho cages the cables and too guides had been burned There was absolutely no help for tho Impris oned minors THREATENS ATLANTIC CITY Gov Fort May Send Troops to En force Sunday Closing Son lrl N Jln n startling proclamation Issued Thursday from tho summer capital Coy Fort declares that unless the excise law Is observed In Atlantic City Sunday and all sa loons nnd cafaB nro closed be will call an extraordinary session of the legislature and may send tho Sew Jersey troops to the famous resort declaring the city to ho under martini law This Is tho most drastic action over threatened to enforce a general law In New Jersey Tho executive re fare to Atlantic City conditions as a saturnalia of vlco FIVE DIE IN MINE ACCIDENT Runaway Car Strikes Train Loaded with Workmen Wllkesbarro PnFlvl men woro killed another fatally hurt and five seriously injured in n collision Friday afternoon at tho Warrior Run colliery of tho Lohlgh Valley Coal company six miles from this city The men were being hoisted upn 1opo when n runaway mlno car struck a train of cars on which were 30 men who wore employed In tho mine Only six of them escaped Injury Those killed wcro horribly mangled Tony Pastor Is Dead Elmhurst I IAntonio Tony Pastor tho theatrical manager died Wednosdny night after an Illness of several weeks Ho was 71 years old Fagan School Is Raided Now YorlIn n stuffy little second story room over n barber sloop In Third avenue Central office detectives Friday arrested 12 boys and ono woman and broke up what they be love to bo a Fagln school Killed Discharged Employe Milwaukee Louis Kissel the head of tho Kissel Kar company and head of sovoral Hartford business concerns died Friday of wounds Infllctqd by an employe who shot him alter ho lied been discharged IONE WORTH WHILE I Farmer Sam Presidential Times or Not Theres a Melon Thats GoingI Be Worth the Cutting toI COL VILAS PASSES AWAY WELLKNOWN WSCONSIN MAN SUCCUMBS TO PARALYSIS Second Stroke of Paralysis the Cause His Career as a Soldier and Statesman Madison WlsCol William F Vllas died at 104G oclock Thursday following five weeks of Illness When Dr Philip Fox called upon the colonel Thursday ho found him un usually cheerful and bright and bo paved ho showed signs of remarkable ImprovementShortly ten oclock while the nurses were administering n bath to tho patient they noticed that he weakened very quickly An attempt was made to roach tho doctor but Col Vllas died before ho could bo reached Dr Fox believes that tho Immediate cause of tho death was n second stroke of paralysis CoL William Freeman Vllas former United States senator and noted law yet was born at Chelsea VU July 9 1810 Ho was n pioneer of Madison his family having settled bore in June 1851 Cot Vllas graduated from the University of Wisconsin law school at tho ago of 18 In 1868 In 18CO ho graduated from tho Albany law school and set up his shingle In Madison In July 1861 ho enlisted In Company A Twentythird Wiscon sin regiment and took part In the Vicksburg campaign After carrying off his share of civil war honors ho returned to Madison In 18C3 and resumed tho practice of law lie was elected a member of the Wisconsin legislature In 18E5 Ho was made per manent chairman of tho national Dem ocratic convention In 1884 Ho was postmaster general of tho United States from 18EC to 1888 Ho was secretary of the Interior 1888 and 18S9 In 1891 ho was elected A member of tho United States senate which of Ace ho held until 1897 Ho held many ponlllons for the civil war veterans EARLE IS OUT ON BAIL Affinity Man Immediately Begins Search for His Wife Goshen N Y After spending two sleepless nights in tho Jail hero on a charge of heating his wife Ferdinand Ilnnoy Earle ho of af finity and soulmate fame was released Thursday on furnishing 2000 ball Immediately upon leaving tho jail ho began a search for his wife Mrs Julia Kuttnor Earle whom he married after inducing his first wife to go to Franco and get u divorce from himEarle was surrounded by newspaper correspondents tho moment ho stepped from tho jail but ho stopped only long tnough to say 1 sip going to find my wife no matter where she Is I know that If I can talk with her for ten minutes she will forgive mo and everything will h3 nil right again This whole trou ble has been twisted and I have been misrepresented I must hurry to find my wife OurgUre Conscience Hurt Him Pnllnttolpnla Joieph G Mantoll surrendered himself to the police here Friday declaring that ho was wanted ior robbing the homo ct JIIss Bertha Brand In City avenue Brooklyn on October 28 last and also the homo of William Glue I fourth assistant exam bier In the patent office at Washing ton Tho latter robbery was commit toil ho said on November 9 1907 1 have been torturud by my conscience and can get no rest day or night so I want to taco trial and end It all Mantoll told tho detectives Kansas Official Guilty of Grafting Kansas City MoC W Trlckott special assistant attorney general of Kuncas appointed to enforce tho prohibitory liquor law In Wyandotto county was found guilty Thursday In Kausaa City Kan ot using his office to obtain 2EO from Wayne and Frank Hurlburt Americans Beat the Dutch AmsterdamA race between Dutch and American dories was hold hero Thursday nnd won by tho American I rube tvc Tnutofi SHOT ON THE BOARD WALK Mystery In Fatal Attack on Baltlmor ean at Atlantic City Atlantic City N JA mysterious shooting tho details of which became known Thursday occurred on the hoard walk late Wednesday night dur lag a heavy rain when Charles B Roberts president end treasurer of the National Supply company ot Hal timore Md was probably fatally shot by an unknown man who dashed from a hotel pavilion and after firing fled The bullet penetrated Roberts side Roberts was being pushed along Inn rolling chair with Mrs W F O Williams also of Baltimore when the stranger appeared suddenly Ho commanded Roberts to get out of tho chair and as tho latter was about to respond brandished a revolver and shot Mrs Williams fainted and the colored attendant called a policeman who had Roberts removed to his hotel suiteMr Roberts Is 28 years old Ho is a member of all the leading clubs of Maryland Including the Maryland club the Baltimore Country club and Elk Ridge Hunt club WOMAN MOB CHIEF A SUICIDE Mrs Howard of Springfield Takes Poison When Indicted for Murder Springfield 111 Mrs Kate how- ardI leader of the mob In the recent race war in Springfield Wednes day night killed herself by swallowing poison while being taken to the jail following the return of an indictment against her charging murder Tho woman had made threats to commit suicide If Indicted for the lynching of Scott Burton and William Donncgan Mrs Howard was arrested following the destruction of lopers restaurant and was released on 1000 ball Then como four Indictments charging her with the destruction ot property and malicious mischief A saloonkeeper furnished bond on tho Indictments while the grand jury prepared to in diet her for murder Springfield ilL The Seventh Regiment I N O was ordered to withdraw from the city and left at ten oclock Wednesday morning At a conference held between Gov Deacon Sheriff Werner and represen tatlves of tho military forces In the city It was decided that too further presence ot the armed men was un necessary KERMIT ROOSEVELT IS BRAVE Stops Runaway Saving Woman and Children from Death Oyster Bay N Y It was stated hero Thursday night that Kermit Roosevelt second son of tho pres ident stopped n runaway pair of horses after a wild chase on horseback along the shore road Into Bayvllle and probably saved tho lives of Mrs Frank Hilton of Now York nod her two small sons Kermit seized tho horses reins while tho animals were galloping at full speed and brought them to n standstill Mrs Hilton and her two chlldron were In the carriage They were unhurt Mr Hilton was thrown out when tho horses took fright but was not Injured Hams Are Held Without Ball Now York Capt P C Mamas Jr and his brother T Jenkins flame wore held without ball over j the action of a grand jury on a charge of the murder of FridayI E Annis Three witnesses testified prosecution Patrolman Charles W Baker who arrested tho brothers af ter the shooting said that when ho arrived on tho yacht club float Annie was lying there wounded I ExGov Semple Is Dead San Diego CalEugeno Semple I former governor of Washington torn tory tiled hero Friday of pneumonia Coy Semplo was a son of the late Justice Semplo of Illinois and was born In 1840 at the American legation nt Bogota Colombia where his father j was American minister Friends at Wlnona Lake Warsaw IndAt tho opening sesl Igates 1 Round About the State L1 What Is Going WI Sections of KentuckyLi LABOR DAY A HOLIDAY Governor So Declares and Urges Citizens to Lay Aside Work Frankfort KyNo persons shall be forced to labor on September 7 which Coy Cox designated ns Labor day ac cording lo a proclamation which ho gavo out Tho proclamation Is as fol lows The general assembly has provided that tho first Monday In September ot each year shall bo known as Labor day In accordance with this enactment I hereby proclaim Monday September 7 190R as Labor day This day Is set apart as a legal holt day and no person shall be compelled to labor on said day by any person or corporation Itla a day given over to tho working class of our citizens as- a holiday On this day let nil our peo plo enter Into the spirit of the occa sloe nnd put aside for the time their occupations and pay a fitting tribute to those In whoso honor tho day is dedicated In testimony whereof I have sub scribed my name and caused the great seal of the commonwealth to be af fixed Done nt Frankfort this twenty fourth day of August one thousand nine hundred and eight and In the one hundred and seventeenth year of tho commonwealth WM II COX Acting Governor DEN I BRUNEI Sccy of State FEARING HER LOVER WOULD DIE Girl Weds Him and Now He Iii w Road to Recovery Louisville Ky Seriously 111 ot a complication of diseases Dr n Dorscy Winchester aged 23 years revived front the moment that ho was wedded to Miss Ina Brent Moody Winchester was In bed and several doctors had declared his condition critical Miss Moody came to his bedsldo and nursed him and when Winches ter began to sink the lovers decided to be married at once The ceremony was performed in tho evening Physicians said that Win chester was now on the road to recovery Mrs Winchester Is a native of Hop klnsvllte and would have graduated as a trained nurse in December Flcod of Applications Frankfort Kyoov Willson Is be- Ing flooded with applications for the position on the board of control which it is rumored will soon be mode vacant through the resignation ot Dr Milton Board Many of tho applicants assure Gov Wlllson that although thoy are democrats they voted for him last fall but on reliable information it was understood that Gov Willson bOIhnsJudge Adams Will Conduct Trial Jackson Ky Beech Hargls will bo tried In Breathltt county the scene of his crime according to tho decision of Circuit Judge J P Adams delivered In determining the motion of the com monwealth for a change of venue Charles Bronston of Lexington will appear for tho prosecution aa soon as tho trial proper Is gone Into Rather Frank About It Hopklnsvllle KyI R Teaguc can didate for the democratic nomination as county Judge in Hopkins county with a desire perhaps of denoting ex actly what ho is after has selected as the device under which his name shall appear on the ballot the picture of a piece of pie Wants 10000 Damages Covington Ky Edward Braam of Batcsvlllo Ind through Attorney The odoro HorlBian filed a suit for 510000 damage against Henry WImmera In tbo federal court hero for personal Injuries sustained by having his hand caught inn saw One Dead In Picnic Fight Lexington KyIn a bloody fight at Graveyard on Big While Oak creek Greenup county John Zornes was kilt ed and James Schaefer was fatally cut and several others badly hurt A gen eral light ensued Zornes and Schaefer being stabbed a dozen times The Horse Was Killed Lexington KyAttorney Nathan El liott and Marie L Powell were driving on tho Versailles road when tho horse balked and backed the vehicle over n steep embankment They Jumped In time to avoid Injury The horso broko Its neck Sues For 1000 Damages Lexington Ky John M McCormick leased a small farm from Mrs Emma O Van Meter last May August 10 he left the place nnd mailed tho keys to Mrs Gilbert Mrs Gilbert brought suit against McCormick for 1000 darn ages Restored To Citizenship Frankfort KyGov Cox restorer to citizenship William Montgomery a negro of Louisville who served eight years In the penitentiary for stealing 20 cents worth of paint brushes Montgomery will leave tho state Kentucky Bankers Meeting Louisville KyAnnouncement Is made hero ot the program for tho an nual meeting of tbo Kentucky hankers association In Lexington Ueptombor and U Thera are about 100 members In tho association riBANKERS INDICTED At Owensboro For Embezzlement Cin cinnati Bank In Case Owensboro KyJames II Parrish president of the defunct Owensboro Savings Dank and Trust Co was in dicted by tho grand jury on the charge of embezzlement It is alleged that he and his brothers made a note for 10000 to the Filth National battle of Cincinnati About the tlnie this note became due it is alleged that Par rlsh sent 25000 worth of notes of the savings bank to the Fifth National bank with the instructions that the 10000 due on the Parrish noto beheld out This was done Cashier J Otis Parrish was indicted for false swearing Officer I N Parrish was In ITrust making n false entry of 5GO the books of tho bank President T S Anderson of the de funct Davless County bank will be in dieted It Is said The Stato Rank of Kentucky of Ow ensboro has gone into liquidation the Mechanics Bank and Trust Co taking over all tho notes and assuming all liabilities The depositors will bo paid dollar for dollar CAUGHT AT BRIDLE OF HORSE But Grasped Gun Instead and Young Clay Is Dead Paris KyC F Clay nephew of Col E F Clay owner of Uuinyiiiedo stud and member of the state racing commission was accidentally shot and killedYoung Clay had started on horseback for Escondtda where a party of friends were huntlug doves and met the party consisting of Jim Wood ford Frank Bedford and John Fowler on the way back to Paris As they met Clay reached out to seize tho bridle ot Woodfords horso but Instead grasped a gun Woodford was carrying It caught on tho reins or naddlo and was discharged Tho load entered Clays body under tho right arm and came out under the left arm Ho fell dead from his horso To Complete Capitol Frankfort KyC M Fleenor will superintend the completion of the new capitol Employes of tho General Supply and Construction Co which hud the contract have been ordered to remain out ot the building on penalty oC being arrested The cost ot complet- Ing the work will bo 15000 und MrlFleenor has been Instructed to com photo It as soon as possible Governor Lets Em Off Frankfort KyGov Cox pardoned tho Owensboro City Railway Co of tho indictment found in tho Franklin cir cult court at tho last session of tho grand jury for failure to have Its oil cers swear to the report of its value to the auditor The fine would havo amounted to 10000 but as tho error was purely technical Gov Cox issued the pardon Owner Killed For Thief Lexington Ky OrvlIIo Hum a farmer 35 of Greenup county was killed In his own watermelon patch by Ollie Jenkins Hum Instructed Jenk ins to shoot and kill any ono who entered the patch Late at night Hurn entered the patch and Jenkins did not recognize him and killed him Jenk ins is exonerated r Cochran Opens At Jackson Covlngton Ky Federal Judge A 5T J Cochran will convene the fall term ot court at Jackson Ky September 21 It will bo the first time federal court was held there and Is a recent act of congress Ho will convene court at Frankfort Ky September 28 and In Covington on Monday October IV Ann Rogers Snoddy Dies Louisville KIn Mrs Ann RogersiSnoddy 78 who dted hero one oldest pioneer families of Kentucky was represented Mrs Snoddy was a native of Glasgow Ky whero her fa ther Dr Georgo Rogers who was a descendant of Georgo Rogers Clark lived for years Drought Doing Damage Newport KyCampbell county farmers say tho continued dry weather Is greatly damaging vegetation anti corn in the county causing thousands ot dollars loss Not In 20 years the formers state has theca been as severe a drought In the county Struck f Lexington ItyIn drilling for water on J B Hagglns Elmendorf farm tho workmen struck oil at a depth of J40 feet The quality and the flow ot the oil havo not been determined It Is very black and similar to that used In oiling streets and roads T J Drops Dead Louisville KyTom J Landrum 53 of this city dropped dead at the Chi sago Beach hotel Chicago He had been there three weeks and was taken ill while there Heart disease was the cause ot death Had Fire On Hottest Days Danville KyMrs Qulntilli Enrles Is dead nt her homo In Casey county at tho age of 90 She had been Insert all her life and during botteitdays of summer she sat anti knitted by a roaring log fire CoS JJ1be JJ lJlI East Kentucky Correspondence i News You Get Nowhere seI 0oeoneipoidtnn pubiuted nnleii deed la tin by the wrtttr Tnt name U Dot for pnWleatlom bat as u trUtae ol seed falta Write pUlili oe 6 e0ooooOOOOO I PERRY COUNTY 1IA7ZAUI Hazard August 28Our school hap begun and seems to be doing excellent workA gamo ot ball between Hazard and Whltesburg last Saturday resulted in a score ot 13 to 0 in fav pr of Whttcsburg J T McDanlel Is from lly don to do some papering Sript Q P Combs has completed the organization of the county under the fail tile new law He predicts ure of the law In Its present form Intended P Tresultsto secure the Brashear and French Cornett are vis Ring here this week CLAY COUNTY SKXTON8 CllKKK Sextons Creek August 28 Mrs Nannie Melton of near Lexington and rela has been visiting parents tives bereNeva Stivers the little daughter ot Silas Fluids wife died Sunday morning Tom Peters who tv as reported sick last week Is much Kelly and family of this Eattheyer home Monroe Chad vs will start next week for Oklahoma Jesse Russel and Shepherd Woods have been convicted nt Frankfomtl Stove Fields and visiting friends here from Cincinnati and relatives Chicken pox Is raging tit this neighborhood now There are about fifteen cases In this school district ItniGUTa1IAbE- Brlghlshade August 2sThe stave mill le running day and night relay of hands going on at 6 oclockl nearly flnlshe 11 Frederick has Dinting his new houte Silas Was with ers recently receiving10i Andrew Hubbard difference between lima two farms Tho church house nt Mud Lick II weatherboarded and painteds being John Speed Hubbard and Myrtle recently Phil Smith were married Marcus was elected chairman of the Educational Board In Division No of Clay County and Hiram Hensley secretary H W Short received a second class certificate in the August examination He now holds four second class certificates In thIs county OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAsn c1TY Island City August 28JIhe rev cent rains have Improved corn crops tc a great extent Richard Banks who has been visiting friends and relatives of this place today left for hlr home In Kellyvllle Okla D 0 Wood and Jas Wood ot I Jackson and Leonard Wood ot Clay 1visited friends on Island Creek Sun dayThc school at Oak Grove Is progressing nicely with large attend ance John Kelly has sold his en tire property and left for Kellyvllle Okla Margaret McGeorge ot Blake Is visiting friends on Island Creek Judgo Brewer left today for Boone vlllo on important business Dr J A Mahaffey of Sturgeon was on Is Creek Tuwdajv D B Peters an 1landvisited Robert Morris one day last week The 0 K Lumber Co Is expected to open up work Sept 12u on Travis superintended by n- W Brigg Brewer brothers hats moved their saw mill from Island Ctcek to Sturgeonr L St Jobn and family have movl to the land ft Judge Brewer OAIIHAUI1 Gnbbard August 88 Henry Gab bard Is sick this weekL M Oar ret of Buak Creek was hero Thurs day on businosssTho road workers of this place wore very busy work- Ingl the road Monday C B Gabbard has a good crop ot tobacco this year Revs Murdoclt of Buckhorn and Ccok of Pennsylvania preached at Cow Creek Sunday TUAVinIKns IlIJST Travelers float August 28 Mrs Q S McDonald and son Hubert of Beattyvllle are visiting relatives at this nceDled August 26 Mrs Henry Dccdu She leaves a host 1offriends to mourn her departure and Mrs Robert Botner are visiting Gibson Broi at Richmond this week for surgical treatment Jllllard HarUook and R L Gibson are drilling Clay Smith a well this week ESTILL COUNTY WAackSYILrE Wagprsvllle August 81Rev Roy nolds u conducting a series of meet ings at tho Station Camp church Mary Muhaftoy was the guest of Lena Edwards from Friday until Sun tt day Mr laud Mrs A I3 Kelly entertained tjultc a numtcr ot friends Sunday Bevertey Broaddus of Pan ola wni here Sunday Mr and Mrs Stop Warlord were the guests ofI r 1re 1 r otaoisoeeeoeoeoee oeoeoeoo the attars parents MI and Mrs Jeff Wagers a few days last week JACKSON COUNTY QUAY II AAV K Gray Hawk August 25Corn crops ore very good In this partMrs Sara Fox Is very ill at present Hiram Turner made a business trip to Mc Kco yesterday Andy Ccok made a buslnesH trip to J F Tlnchera on Monday Jas Stidham Frank Stld lam nod George Fox are making ties for R W Strong J B Bliigham and family and lawyer A W Baker wore the welcome guests of John llnchcr Sunday lastG A Hellard and John Bucklns mado a business trip to U S G Rices and attended rnretln at Blnghams Chapel Sunday W R Engle has his new store almost completed Mr Isaac Messier has hU new mill running Thos Turner made a business call at J II nrett8 todayTho Rev Dunlgan is holding a series ot meetings at the Judd school house this week Several from this place attended tho staging school at tho Judd schoolhouse Saturday and Sunday conducted by Mr Hunter of SextonS D Rice and Wiley Johnson returned Thurs day from Richmond with a load cf fcillllzer Several from this part attended the fair at London- MILDKEII Mildred August 28The lion Jan H Mooro has gone to Cincinnati on business Wllllo DunIgan of Corbln U visiting Green Morris this week Several of this place attended the Laurel County Fair this weekJa Towles has moved to J H Jones Vioprty near Gray Hawk The Rev H F Dunigan of Corbin has been molding a series of meetings at Gray Hawk this weekWe are glad to hear that Mlsa Maggio Welch is some better Several of this place are gone to Berea College this fall Kiiiuiv KNon Kerby Knob August 3OWm Pow ell preached at this place today Miss Bessie Click who has been vlaI Itlng at Dear Wallow at Wm Jones returned home this evening The literary society which wins organized at Kerby Knob school house was One Saturday night Mlsa Franks Johnson of Indiana who is visit Ing her brother George Johnson Sa vlsltlnp at McKee Etta Hoskins clover Bottom Is staying with her uncle Jo SmlthA ctowd ot young folks went to the pinnacle near Narrow Gap last Sunday week Ellma Hudson was the guest of John lint field and family Friday night Misses Bessie and Llllle Powell visited Misses Rena and Nora Powell Saturday night Mr and Mrs George Johnson were made happy over the arrival of a ten pound boy In their home August- A20 fine baby girl arrived nt tho home of Mr and Mrs Jeff Neely August 2GMr and Mrs Good Abner who went to Indianapolis a few yearn ago returned last week and will make this their home for a while HAMILTON 0 LETTER Hamilton August 31The weath er continue to be dry and crops are Buffering for ruin Qranvll JoIIna UB has begun work on hie new dwelling Mr and Mr p B Flans of Clnelnaatl made a abort via it with Mr and MM M Gabbard here lact Thursday night Rev Hatcher who to to Itavo with his wife In September for Weal Liberty Ky will preach hi farewell sermon at the CbriUan Church Sunday September GRO Lather an old retired min ister of Cincinnati oewpled the pulpit last Sunday at the Pint Baptist Church In HamiltonThe AntiSa loon Assembly was held at Lancas ter 0 August 10 which is reported ae the banner day in the year for the league TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONS Division No I Program for Teachers Association to bo hold In Educational Division No 1 at tho Birch Lick school house Saturday September 26 L Song by the audience Devo tional Exorcises Daniel Powell 2 Welcome Address J G Durham 3 Itt spouse G W Raden 4 Time Pleasures of Knowledge Logan Farmer 0 Tho Coming Teacher Geo arkaG Recitation Camella Copo 7 Song Audience S Relation of the Teacher and Parent G W Rad er 9 Relationship of the Parent nnd the School L J Webb 10 Sons Quartet 11 How to Decorate the School Room Miss Laura Hat field 12 What elements of Gov erning Power Should the Teacher Posses W 1C Jones 13 Recita tion Mlsa Nannie Hatfield 14 Oran It A Johnson 15 How to Se t cure Good Order In School J D Is sacs 16 Select Reading Miss Olllo Hatfield 17 Tho Teachers Mission J Q Durham 18 How to Secure Good Attendance J S Smith 11 Duties and Responsibilities of tho Teacher It E Rader 20 Normal Instructions Logan Farmer 21 Dot ter Teachers Better Schools and- Detter Salaries 0 P Mooro 22 Re citation Annie Powell 23 Essay China Hudson 24 Education and Energy O M Moore 25 Tho Need of Better School Equipment John J Davis 26 Duty of Parents Wm Isaacs 27 Duty ot Spinsters Sher clan Johnson 28 Address Supt Minter The basket dinner will be eerved during noon hour Division No3 Program for Teachers Association Educational Divisions Three and Four at Berca Sept 12 190S 1 Devotional Exorcises Rov It L Brandenburg 2 Welcome address President Frost 3 Response Supt Noland 4 Beautifying the School Grounds Adella Fox 6 School Disc pline Lcdford Crcekmore Mrs Sal lie Blrknell Ellen Mitchell C T1eI Rights of a Child Proto Chas I Lewis 7 How to secure AttcndI ance Miss Minnie Lake Lllllo Me Whorter 8 Sollo bliss Marian No land NOON 9 Music In Public Schools Mlsnes M Etta Gay Bottle Lewis Alma Lake Mr Gamble 10 Relation f Parents and Teachers Misses Mar garet Moyers Aloud Lrandall Mrs Nina Gilbert 11 Tho Trained Tear ur Mises Etta Moore Sadie Mat on Mr Hondrlcks J2 Things that happen In time School Room Mlsees Lucinda Hays White Elon Jackson Lillian Maupln 13 Reading Prof James W Ralno W J Blanton Program Com BIG YEAR AT BEREA CoattaiKd from fourth rear Our room are comfortable but notI elaborately furnished and are meant for two to live together tho a few- of the larger rooms are arranged rem Toni Plain dross Is the style In Bore and no one la looked down upon who s not able to afford the lateet styles but rattier encouraged If he chow an oageruosa for study There Is NO TUITION tho a small Incidental too Is charted vrhleh hell8I to can for our buildings keep them in repair and light our grounds No part of this tee gees to pay our teachers as they arc provided forI in other ways Boroa has really solved the prob lem of giving a first close education ut a cost loss than other schools ef this section Tho fall term of fourteen weeks 2JGO one payment 2000 The 91 deposit which is paid by all students U returned when they leave the College property In good order The first day each student pays as follows Tho 100 deposit board for one halt tom m 045 room rent for tho full term 560 und the Incidental feo for tho full term 500 It In tin 7lh or 8th grades or Normal If In tho common school Uranchfl below the 7th grade 100 loam It in the Academy 100 moro and In the college 200 note In time tint yow Normal and earn mon school brnncbae books are fur Jibed free of obavgc When ogee la 0 euxttfOt ham a gnat many free privilege The music clause which are attended by hundred the ue of the library the fiyrana aro the athletic field tile QUo of the college irtiyilclan aoul nureo when lIck the literary motes Lit and other student organizations Come and let us prove to your oWn nttlsfactlon all we claim for Bern CARE OF HEALTH Any Beraa studentwlmo may top lIOn to set sick tills school year la sura to be wall oared for Boron hogs line trIed hard to make Us tudents tool at homo horo and lies dona Its utmost to oaro for them wbon they wero sick Up to this year however tho hospital was to mall that tho nick won crowded aud tome had to bo oarod for in their own rooms During tho past sum mer a now hospital contagious ward and nurses homo havo been built Tho nurses home axuroa the gfrta who tako a training course of a good comfortable homo with piivata bath trtpnBJX beds each The hospital proper contains the doctor offices kitchen dining room a tine operating room and compute surgical outfit and rooms and wards to accommodate 12 patients At tho best It Is not pleasant to bo pick but wo havo It fixed now BO that anyone who Is nick will have as good cure as can bo had anywhere There IH hardly another college in the country that does so much for Ita sIck students as Berca 4 EDITORIAL CONTINUED FROM FIRST IAOE very well on his form without education Ills homo is in tho worldI too and it will not be long till tho competition of tho world will bo felt there The coal is being dug and the iron Is going to be mined nnd biifrinefm is being done that will make millions for soamo thou and big salaries for men that work for thorn They will get men thnl can do that work best cud that menus educated men and if Ihey cannot find that kind of mon nt homo thoy will look somewhere olio so that time Rtnynthomo follow will soon bo seeing nil the line jobs taken by others and himself loft behind the procession Homesickness und n few dollars will look mighty small to him then nail ho will wish he had risked three times as much if he lead only gone ahead But there is one other thing about going 1way to school It gives n boy or girl n chance to be independent nnd to learn to go by themselves This will have to come sooner or later any way Tho old folks cannot always be taking care of their brood and the younger a man is when ho learns to depend on himself the sooner he will get n start in life that will not be lost It is n little hard nt firatbut it pars mighty well in the end So that very often oven if n child can get an good education nt home as elsewhere it is better for him to bo Bent off and get the character training that cornea from being away from home If you are one of those who now sees these lions in the path to your education and your success in life be sure to look nt them well and see how soon they will bo passed and how great will be the ad dangersthat haoITHE MARKE- TBerea Prices Potatoes Irish per buSOc Cabbage 1C per lb Honey ISc per lb litmus GUc per gal Apples per buCOs Ugg her dozen ICe flutter per lb1520a Baton per lb 12c llkin per lbHe Iard per lbIlethickens on foot per lblOc Corn 100 Oats GO- eWhent 9So per bu- Live Stock Louisville September 2 100S Choice export steers 6 75 6 40 ChoIce butcher steers 6 00 6 65 Common butcher steers 4 00 4 60 Medium butcher steers 3 00 4 GG Common butcher steers 3 75 4 26 ChoIce butcher holier 4 00 4 2S Medium butehor heifers 3 50- Comtaon 4 00 bntcher heifers 3 00 3 50 Cholco butcher cows 3 00 4 CO Mtdlum butcher cows 2 76 3 00 Common butcher cows 2 00 2 10 Canners 100 2lr Choice fat oxen 3 10 4 00 Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 Choice bulls 8 00 I 10 Medium bulls 2 75 J 0 Common bulls 2 00 2 fiO Choice veal oalvea 6 00 6 15 Medium veal calves 3 50 6 00 Common calves 2 CO 3 ro Good feeders 4 00 Ii CO Medium feeders 3 60 4 00 Common feeders 3 00 4 00 Choice tack ate 4 00 4 100 Medium stock steers 3 504 10 Common atoet steers 3 00 S N Choice stock heifers 3 00 3 50 Medium stock heifers 2 60 3 21 Common mixed stockers 2 50 3 M Choice milch cows 35 00 45 01 Medium mUch cow 25 00 30 Ol Common milch cows 11 II 21 01 noes Cholee packers and butchers MO to 800 Iba 70I Medium pagkors and butchers 19C to 200 Iks i 11 CtolM pigs 30120 the C IG UgtU Wgr IOflO ItM I 00 Light shippers 190100 lbs I 5- 6tautle 1MCOO lbs 3 00 5 snaar SOII Choice tat sheep 3 25 3 75 Mwllnm sheep 2 50 3 21 Onmon shell 150 225 Bvckg 1 CO 2 75 Cluriw lambs G 00 sounds C 26 Good butcher lambs 4 50 6 00 Quito and tailends 2 10 S M MESS PORK = 1050 I HAMS Choice sugar cured JlghtI and special euro 1213c Medium 12Vc- 8110ULDIJRSllc BACON Clear rib per lblular clear sides 10Jo on ISo sugar cured bacon extra 9c bellies light 130I heavy 13cIpure I DRIED EGGS EEF1cIoandlod ICe- DUTTERlOe per Ib I POULTRY Spring chickens J2c to 14c hons 8 y4c ducks old 8c tur keys 8lOc ducks young 13c AVHEAT No 2 03c No3 OSc CORN No 2 white 83c No3 mixed 810- OATSNew I No 3 white B3c Not 3 mixed 52o RYE=No 2 Northern 83c No 3 Northern SlOe FOR SALEHouse and lot Cor ner Jackson and Elder Sts For par tlculara address mo at DIsputnnta Ky Mason Anglln Zp MANY PLEASURE flares Students Have Great Opportunities for Recreation and Dene fit Outside of Classrooms Bolides all the advantages which heron us a school has to offer there ire many which coma outside the reg ular routine of the classroom which are made possible because of the large number of students gathered tog thor because of the location of tho school and by other things Ono of the greatest of these ad vantage lies In the number of stu dents who are gathered from nil parts of tho country In a school like this a student hoe an opportun ity to make friends not only among time boat young people of hIs own County and countle near his own and of other parts of the State but alo with young men and women coming from othor Hate and even from foreign lands Bach Ran teach the others something for wisdom II not of any time or place and tho knowledge one gains of tho ways ot other people than his cwn le of great value while friendships formed In college are famous tar their strength and Dlue- Thoro are many opportunities for- tH most pleasant kind of social lire Other student are met In time classrooms and at work and play In the dormitories there are many chance for helpful Intercourse whit la the ctaaeroom and at the din lug hall where bole and girls mln pe freely there Is the most help ful end healthful comradeship Iu to natural the young people have formed socletlw for the pur milt of literary skill na well as sect Intercourse and there Is hardly a vtvdont who cannot Ida Rae or tin other of literary societies of which there mire four for tile young men and two for the young worsen Theoss aoeielle have durlRg the year Joint debate and other contests and par ticularly take part In the Mountain engross In the winter In which all the form of a legislative aIM1 ore poise thru with to the greet ltnuflt and amutooient of all con cerned I One of the troagct advantages II lit time Christian life of the sBltooL Tltoro are several MfltoUH UM Y M C A the Y W a A Md lie Cln18tlftlr BmleaTw all ef dt- lnWr to the ptrltatU mnJ of the 18Itnntro of students cwt In then hry nod messy ways ot hetpltiK nab other W tie funeetnttatntnenle ot Ute Cartotliw life ami ammeterii- rlmatis no when ole could mono nile Christian young won nnd wo men bo brought together 80 closflir noil tine Inspiration and help that wimea from tho meoUngn Is beyond all roekonlng Another feature of life In Berea 1 t time opportunities to hear loetnrea and concerts In the tint place sere aro tho public gatherings whon ftudMiU themselves perform tho band concert In tho winter tho closing ocrolins of each term the debates and the musical department concerts sables those there a A during the yniu a number ot lectures and con certs for which larger nddmlsalon Is clmrged but which aro unusually good given by tho same people that are appearing In tho large cities anti who are recognized as lendIng speaks singers or players Finally there nro each year several lectures giv 11y distinguished visitors to the college by men or women famous for teaming or eloquence or accom plishment who came to sea tho school and address the students and faculty Finally como tho outofdoor recre ations In the fall thoro Is toot ball Tho team has never won a state championship the college believes that time Interests of tho students rrd best served It ahlctlcs are not allowed to take up too much time TEXASILETTERS TO Palestine Gabbard Confined by a Sprained Ankle Writes to His Son Jake In Texas saying It is too late for Him to Got an Education Sandy Branch Aug 24 1901 My Dear Son Jackson At last you have written again And 1 must say that It Is such a Utter as I never expected to get from you It makes mo glad and sorry at the came time You say you wont to sell out your farm In Texas and como back with your wife and child and get tho education that you might havo load and missed four leans ago Well Jackson I did expect you might get sick of Texas and come trailing back as so many have done and I believed you would 80metlmoA i tret all your wIldntM and folly as a boy but I did not think It would como so soon 1 am glad to have lot say you propose to be a man now nod take proper care ot Jcnnlo and i tho kid That sounds like the boy you were before you went to that city Business School nod It gives i your father real Joy Bt about giving up your Texas farm and comIng book to go to nohool nod sot an education now I mustItell you Jackson It is too late Youttinned your education when you ran it j off and got married You are In for It now aud mu t go on thru life with what little education you hat nd what more you eau pick up Yeuicannot be a bey again much aa y desire It You say that If you only had nIlittle more eiluwtlon you GOuld darn double money with surveying parties or M up rintndoat o wolw n or at butiHCM managpor or even right on yowl farm and It U iwrfedly trnev YOM My you can never be not to know more than you MW doIsad not to tat your brain nod find out tw atMff that te rtallr In yesc All that Uwiho my heart and U u mad IY a taueral It II a fNuenU however and we cn et hrlMR the dead i life I went town to IMroa UM other lay In Me about our ohlMrM ROtag ror we Imve made up our mind to let Lacy go with Mr brother in rut toe oo Id not MOp liar As I ILl olng I went to Dna lacy ankle U sheet well and this nay lie the Jut letter you will Rt for ewe UKO aRIl then I hoard cheat sere goer fellows who had tried te get an KtiMftUoH after they were marrfod t All I aye is I itMHt kelp BUT MM ot mire try Mich a thlag You law loat jour chases Jaekcm WclH ah M u well M you can and try to bMug ap your ehlldrea JIG they aiii aka an education when they are yoang and free lint I tell yeN Seek Bona looked teed to me It It really a whole e ty of schools 1 tell Jehu hs would tile there like tko mule between two bundtot of hay not IcsowIiiR what to ohooeo There wore enough tu deaU hanging around In vacation ta sake n first cI4N Mhool and they were tho kind ot young people I want John and Luey to know lad ono thing more I have found 1 cut J+ Im U a heap smarter than yni or I were It seems most all the bO8 and girls that amount to any thing lo our end of tie county are using to be In hyena 8pomb IS Well John didnt think I know any thlHe about It but he ta not tnktag aby cheese hes gelag to get Ute girt he wants and abaa going to be- aD 4aoited girl too became kes Mm to It that UM very girl Its pwkMl out a year ago ehea In the meek thats going geptember 1C John U deep ho to An4 taW lea nctf I we are jut M much tickle4 t U we were going mreohre I tell tbeu that I have been to Coll1gO- iyeetf M a father ought to ahead- t my eblldrrn Lad I aid to your tr of her Mesas mga I youve rot to go sail see what I MW ami youll 0have no regrets at letting them goad ydwr mother up and rye Who laid I had any rogret The fuel U jMksoii W8v give you over to the trader mercle of tho Lord and nt Texan but what we failed to do- a you we are doing for time nat JrUm and Lucy are s good ne In Oot Uge now and other seven are all rI- ng Heron anti they are on the way Your loving father Palestine Gabbard but the Boroa tenor Is always ono that commands respect nnd that other teams have to play hard to beat and tho games that are to bo teen lie o are well worth going to In the winter there Is basket ball chiefly among tho students and In the spring baseball Berea usually line a fine team and tho field day sport All those timings keep alive a healthy interest In athletics and give everyone that wants It a chance for nth letlcs activity Altogether thoro are tow schools and none any where near here which olfers so good opportunities ot pleas ant healthful and helpful amusement of all kinds as are to be found in Brrca College t