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S e o O o Vol X Five cents n copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 10 1008 One Dollar a year No 11 I NEWS OF THE WEEK Houses Burned In JapanCrank at Sagamore HOUSES BURNED IN JAPAN Moro than 4000 houses have been do In the city of Nllgata Japan 4attoyod has over 40000 Inhabltanta largo number of those are pen nllees and homeloas The government 4 Is rendering every possible assistance to tho luhabltonU of the stricken city 1CRANIC AT SAGAMOREA man armed with a bull dog pistol with A i supposed bad Intentions wan arrested at Sagamore lUll Tho crank was I just out of the asylum and was In i quiring for the President i A GREAT FlllEA fire which veil dered 3000 people homeless and a loss of 176000000 swept n of RAwhide Nov FYI 1property people were slightly In flying debris but none seri A relict train was sent from steno carrying thousands of pounds of food and bedding tor the homeless Plans were well under way for reconstruction of the dty before J the a bee were cold 430 ANNUAL S Si CONVENTION IThoFortythird Annual Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Asso ciation will be hold at Newport October 811 1908 Taking up tho wavo ot Interest and enthusiasm generated by tho great International Convention In Jun the Sate Association Is plan ning tho greatest Convention In Its history Fully one thousand delegates are expected A huro tent that will real three thousand In being erected for the sessions of this great Con tention V O KXCELL TO LEAD MUSIC Mr E O Excel tho greatest leader and composer ot sacred songs In the world will lead tho music as klsled by a great choir now In train lug The music will bo a great fea ture of tho Convention FIVE NOTED SPEAKERS Five speakers ot International fame lave been secured besides the very best talent In our own State Dr Hamll ot Nashville tho great expert teacher trainer Mrs Lam oiroux ot Chicago noted child study report Dr Joseph Clark General Secretary of Ohio leading specialist on all lines ot 8unda School work Mr HJRh Cork of Chicago tho great apostle and lender In llousato louse VlsltaKon Mr L P Loavoll of Ox ford Miss a brilliant attorm speaker all those are to be with us TILE PROGRAM The urogram Is one of the rlohsot Intellectual and spiritual touts cxTr spread before tho people of Ken lucky very phase ot Sunday School work It to bo presented by experts REDUCED RATES AND BN TERTA1NMKNT All railroads havo given greatly reduced rates and all delegates will be entertained For full program and particulars address H A Fox General Secretary 713 Louisville Trust Building Louts ville K 0 OiP VICTORY IN VERMONT The election in Vermont September 1 showed up a Republican victory of moro than 29000 majority The Re publicans retained complete control of legIslative and executive branches of government The Republicans of Vermont and the entire East point to this election with great confidence and say it Is an Index to tho November election Tho history ot Vermont elections Is very Interesting an It seems to bo tho balance wheel ot the National elec tions from tho Civil war down to tho present day If Vermont cot moro than 26000 majority tho National elec tion went Republican and it it got loss than 25000 majority the National election wont Democratic Every elec lion from Grant down to Cleveland tho Republican majority In Vermont ranged from 25000 to 30000 and in Clevelands first race Vermont wont Republican leas than 25000 and when Harrison was elected It went moro than 25000 whllo In Clevelands last race It dropped below again But Pros Rooeovolt to not contented to sit otlll and count Vermonts plurality as a sure sign for tho West must be work ed after also Over confidence should bo guarded against as too much stress can be put on one stato election The Independence party allowed very little strength as well as the Prohi bition each receiving a very email number of votes thruout tho State if n6 oooooooooociTHE CITIZEN I j c of the Mountain People POLITICALJOTES The Republican Campaign Tafts Speaking Trip Bryans Scheme Failed Democrats Start at Richmond TIlE REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN The Republicans will open the cam paign of Kentucky In Louisville Sep tember 15th Gov Wilson Sen W O Bradley Justice E C ORear will ba prominent among the speakers To stir up enthusiasm among the No groes of the state W T Vernon the colored Registrar of the Treas ury has been chosen to speak on tho night of September 19th TAFTS SPEAKING TRIP Mr Taft loft Sandusky for Cincinnati Tuesday He made short speeches at every stopping point from the roar crd of the Big Four train It la believed that hundreds of votes have Leo ealcod by this trip BRYAN SCHEME FAILED The progress of tho campaign has shown another weak spot in the Bryan plat form Mr Bryan has a fine scheme for the safety of bank depositors Ho wants all the banks taxed to form- a fund so that when one falls tho de positors can be sure of getting their money back That looks good tho a lot of bankers say there would be Important objections but It appears that tho scheme has been tried It was New York which tho root of iis think Is smart enough to bear tho blamo for all the bunco games known that tried It and It lasted just 13 years But It took twenty years to get over It It seems that It work ed this way Bankers believed that they did not need to be so careful about their money and lots of men that had little experience started bunks Everything wont finely till hero was a llttlo panic Then tho banks began to tall and tho guarantee fund did not begin to gp far enough They wore all so rotten that a great pert of tha banks west down nobody Rot any of the guarantee fund and trio law was repealed just as quickly as the ItUlaturo could got to It There scorns to bo a little lesson for Bryan luthisDEMOCRATS OP1IN CAMPAIGN Tho Democrats ot Madison County opened their presidential campaign In Richmond last Monday afternoon with a speech by lIon W B Smith Mr Smith IS an elector and came near liking Governor once PARKER TO TAKE STUMP Former Judge Alton B Parker has returned from tho coast where ho has boon speaking for Bryan and Kern Plans for a speaking cam paign In tho East by Mr Parker have been discussed It has been reported that Mr Parker will run for Governor of Now York and his speak ing this fall will have an Interesting connection with his own race BRYANS NEW IIOIEIt Is n poor campaign manager who cannot dream a now dream every day and now that it has become plain that Bryan cannot carry Now York and Now Jersey his managers have fig ured out a way to win without them It is a good way only nobody expects It to work According to tho plan Bryan will surely have tho oolld south That Is 10S voton of tho 243 be needs in tho electoral college Then the managers figure they may carry the following western states Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Montana Nevada Utah Idaho Oklahoma Washington and Wyoming with 43 votes altogether All were Republican last time but lots forgot thatAlso they count oc all tho border states Kentucky Maryland Missouri Went Virginia and Dela ware with 49 votca Then tho drtam becomes brighter They hope for Min nesota and Indiana with 26 more votes But still they are six votes short Can you guess where they hope to got them Connecticut and Rhode Island No Yes Thats It That would give eleven votes or five to spare and they think with a mar gin like that they will bo all right So Mr Bryan la going to spend two weoka speaking In tho two states Do you uotlco any weak spots In this plan Well that is how good a chance Bryan has RESOLUTIONS OF COLORED TEACHERS Resolutions adopted by the colored teachers of Knox Laurel Whitley and Dell Counties In Joint Institute London Ky September 4 1908 Resolved 1st That we have been highly entertained by tho colored citizens of London and that we hereby express our appreciation of the SIll en did way In which wo have been cared for2nd That it to the sense ot the tg4 J TAXES AND PROGRESS There is a very widespread and a very natural objection among men to paying taxes When the rate goes up even a mill there is a great fuss and usually tho that is responsible gels out of office A great many men who are otherwise honest turn in fraudulent tax reports and swear oft their taxes Id got out of paying their just duo to the state And strangest of all there are a good many pretty good men who justify this and the knowledge that a man does it does not hurt his standing in the comniunity- Of course this is all wrong Whether the taxes are justifiedor not it is wrong to swear falsely nil it is wrong to evade carrying n fair share of the burden of the government The trouble usually comes because a private citizen does not think of himself as part of the government The state or national government is to him some thing a long ways off with n lot of power but no rights that he is bound to respect and with a lot of noney that belongs to nobody in particular if ho can get some of that money by hook or crook he does not see that anybody is hurt or if his friond gets it he does not feel that ho is hurt and if ho can evade paying what he owes he does not see that any ono is a looser and ho surely gains But if the tax payer thinks a little more deeply he will see that there is damage The government is made up of the people after all andevery citizen is hurt by any thing that hurts the government It is not much for each one but when that little wrong is multiplied by all tho great number of citizens it becomes n great wrong Money stolen from the government has to be made up by the citizens in tax es and when ono man evades paying his fair share tho others have to pay that much more When there is stunting from the government we get a poorer kind of government in proportion to the taxes we pay If no money is stolen it can all be used for good of the whole peoplewhen any man or men get too much the restjof us have to suffer and wo have to pay moro taxes or get along with poorer government and less mon ey put into public improvements A very few men in any one county can easily keep back enough on their taxes for instance to make all the roads twice as good so that all the people suffer to save thorn a little And so it goeswhen wo look into the matter it becomes clear that tax dodging besides being a crime under the law is a fraud against every man in the state There is only one way to get at this wrong When the people anywhere feel that a little tax dodging is all right all the men that can or most of them will do U and the loss is a good deal bigger than at first appears Just as soon as the people turn their faces against tho practiso not only for their neighbors but for themselves just ns soon as they realize that it is a real wrong not against a far off and unCeullng tate but against the people and especially against the poor people thou it will got so that a man that does it will be dis liked and find his buniness hurt and then the thing will stop to tlie great benefit of the whole country I teachers hero assembled that the present colored Institute has been prac tical profitable Inspiring and uplift tog and in our opinion tho best In stitute over held In Eastern Kentucky 3rd That tho success of tho Insti tuto Is duo largely to tho faithfulness of tho teachers and ability and faithfulness of our Instructors Pro Boll and II W Bend whom we hopo will bo selected to conduct our Insti tute next year 4th That wo placo ouroelves on record as heartily In sympathy with the new school law and pledge our selves to assist in carrying out its provisions I 6th We endorse tbo plans of Pres- Ident Frost and Borca College for tho colored people ot tho state and urge our people everywhere to help in this great educational movement that has come to tho state and that we com mend Dr Bond tha financial represen tative of Bcrca College In his finan cial and educational campaign Cth Wo pray for the largest sue cess of our fellow teacher Prof Faulk ner in his efforts to build up tho school at this place 7th That it 13 our belief that tho colored people of tho state are approaching a groat educational awak cuing and we urgo tho counties represented i In this Institute to fall In line with this new movement and give It aid and assistance 8th That we recommend the organ- Ization ot local teachers associations 9th Wo commend tho Interest tak en In the colored schools by Superln tendents Fuson Parker Tyro and Lowla Committee R P Hoffman- A E E DnkerIROY DONT LET YOUR CHILDREN STOP SCHOOL This In tho day of tho TRAINED mnnor the worker whoso HANDS tie wired to his BRAINS I Men with COLLEGE degrees lire now as plentiful 03 HIGH SCHOOL graduates wore a DOZEN years ago When It was tho exception for a clerk or a bookkeeper or a carpen trr to know more than tho first rud iments of learning strength tenacity and will power and steadfastness wore ENOUGH but the typo cf man who possessed these attributes in the PAST must NOW possess a well regulated school trained brain AS WELL A NEW typo of worker Is making his appearance thruout the land Every graduation day Js INCREASING his numberr so that when our present youth Is thrown lido the full brunt of lifes battle the average of INTELLIGENCE will easli have advanced fifty per cent Tho parent who judges his boys needs by the standard of the train t ft 7J dQ Ing which HE found essential in hU OWN younger days forgets that bo belongs to ANOTHER genera tion forgets that the stress cf femtpctltlon has so intensified that what WAS considered AMPLE pre paration for lifes battles will be looted upon as SEMIIGNORANCE by tho time a beard begins to sprout on his youngsters chin Before the coming of the MUSKET the sword Will a satlcfactory weapon but it could not REACH FAR EN OUGII to COUNT when BULLETS began to whistle When the high power rifle displaced the muzzleload or the old carbine LOST Its value Its RANGE became TOO SHORT In 1U30 It will take aa much ability to be a LABORER as Is NOW required of an EXPERT The world Is whirl Ing faster every HUNDRED MONTHS than tt used to spin In a HUNDRED YEARSAny parent who can POSSIBLY AFFORD to glvo his children an ad ditional year or two of Instruction is absolutely CANCELING their chances for the coming years if ho DENIES them what lies within his power to GRANT There WAS a time when a craftsman who could read was ic pardod as a man OUT OF IllS PLACE but nowadays even tho laborer In the LOWEST walks of life possesses at least the RUDIMENTS of an edu cation Wo are on tho verge of an era when as much will be demanded of the LOWEST salaried employe as Is NOW required of the man who fills the post of great RESPONSIBILITY Skim Skill Skill is tho cry of the employer I want trained brains Ho Is GETTING thorn and thoso who cannot measure up to his requirements will miss out BO long as ho can find a SUPPLY In answer to his DEMAND DOlt send your children Into the world as early as YOU entered it You belong to a different epoch Times have changed and METH ODS must change with them Sit down and TIIINK IT OVER Sep tember is already casting her shad ow upon August Class rooms will ftton be filling with students It you HAD determined to make a worker out of your son or daughter reconsider your decision Dont use the eyes of your YESTERDAY to look at your childrens TOMORROW If they insist upon starting out for THEMSELVES remember that your Judgment must prevail Until they hoe attained tho period of discretion which comes ONLY from full experience with the world they arc not QUALIFIED TO KNOW what IS best for them Give this matter of their contin ued schooling a llttlo more thought Mull It over You owe It to THEM you owe It to YOURSELFyou owe It to the WORLDHerbert Kauf nun in The Chicago Tribune e c d Ck Ja1 Your Pace it tising i Idle Money Idle Money does not Grow and it may be Lost byFireCarried about in your pocket youmay Lou it and you are constantly tempted to SfetuTit for something you do not andleft t will earn 20 cents 25 will earn ti 50 will earn 100 will earn 404 t aceontfWhy begin Now One Dollar will open BEREA BANK TRUST CO t Capital Stock 5000000 + J J MOORE President J VV STEPHENS Cashier + ii OUR OWN STATE Back Pay for 08 Soldiers Two Men ArrestedWoman Slays Husband BACK PAY FOR 38 SOLDIERS Warrants for back pay tor ono thous and Kentucky soldiers have been sent out by tie Governor The sum owed them is 39000 about 30 each Governor Wlllson expressed his desire for the veterans of tho Spanish Amer ican war to receive their pay TWO MEN ARRESTED Fayette Jones and Henry Davlecs two men ttaiged with assauinatlng Hugh Daugherty at Plnevlllo July 11 were arrested at Parksvlllo Boyle County September 4 Detective MontgomeryI who made tho wmIsonWIFE SLAYS HUSBAND MrsI Smoot aged 26 years shot and killed her husband in Flcmlngsburg Tuesday morning Ttio trouble was a domestic one- PARDONS ASKEDA petition Is torII Flnley and John L Powers charged of conspiracy In the murder of Wm Coo 7 oooo Y Qa1glQ D The Citizen is Growing Rap 0 idly Let Business Keep With Iy Adver a t OOOOOOOOOOOP 7 need 5 202 not your Bessie tel Tho petition started from Man chester Clay County It declares that no conspiracy over ousted and that Henry YouUsey alone was guilty of tho crime- FEUDIST KILLED Ferris Arnett 23 years old went from Breathltt County to Hamilton and was shot and killed it is alleged by Ruck Cotton game a former Perry County man Cottongame runs a Kentucky boarding house and Arnott stopped there Cot tongame It is charged came in and shot him twice while he lay on a couch Both men wore witnesses In tho HarglsMarctun trial and on oppo site sides Cottongamo has been ar rested JOHN F DEAN At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of Berea Bank and Trust Co Mr John F Dean was elected assistant cashier Mr Dean was a stu dent of Berea College Ho la a na tive of Jackson County and a man who stands well among all his acquaintances He is a man who will do to trust dealingswith Be Therel Berea College Opens Wednesday September 16 y v u r4ncafltSCHOot ROOM M JljlYoUR LITTLE MARY JANE 15 NOW AT HER NOT FAR AWAY FROM HER MAY SIT ANOTHER LITTLE GIRL BETTER DRESSED DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN YOU WERE A CHILD AND WERE YOU EVER ASHAMED BECAUSE YoUITHEIR LESSONS BETTER WILL IT NOT BE WORTH WHAT DRESSES COST TO HAVE THEM LoVE THEIR BOoK5 WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT LITTLE MARY JANEs AND BIGGER MARY JANES WEAR BRING THEM IN AND LET Us RIG THEM OUT CHILDREN ARE WELCOME AT OUR sToRE COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More i i BOB HAMPTON PLACERA dY iiwMaPdRRSIIAUlIoWoA- t VfHflUlRIIfJIlA5f1ll 11lltllEJtI lI WLllltIcIrft r- H ftfe l 1AArJYQCMrrlKr dlu SYNOPSIS rtie In brentryJUlianA In a narrow iorrIs A stranger who lnutxli e s iitmaaU hy the name of Hampton also OUU the- yoetI trader and hls t ems and a majority of the oWJ r aw killed dur Inc a three days eUsss fIAIIIpl n and the girt only csenpe Own the They tall zLmated cm ts rolns A company of the Brrctrth Drantln command sad tkamLanrpten nnd the girl atop at the Miner Hnm In Hamp 1tonl 8he him rra picture and tellshtm what lib can of her parentage and life They dKlde I she Mrs Herndon Naida the Kid runs away from lira Ilerndon and re alas Hampton lie Induces her to- go back nnd to lute nothing more to do with him Hampton plays his last game of cards He announce to ned Blavln that he has null and then leaves Glen call MiM Phoebe Spencer arrives In Glencald to teach Iti trot Miss Spencer meeta Nalda nev Wynkoop etc She boards ot Mrs Herndons ffatdn and Lieut Brant attain meet with nut lila knowing who she IS She Informs him of tho coming Bachelor club ball In honor of Miss Spencer Lieut Brant meets Silent MurphY scout lie reports trouble brewig among tho Sioux Social difficulties arlso at the Bachelor clubs ball among the admirers of Miss Spencer Lieut Brant meets Mist Spent cer but she Is not his acquaintance of the tiay before She tells him of and pie accidentally meeta her again as he Is returning to the ballroom with a fan for Use Spencer Drant accompanIes NaIda tome from the dance On the way she Informs him as to who oho Is and that Is to meet Hampton Brant and ihe meet liampton InformS the that his attentions to Naida trust cease and proclaims an authority over her that Justifies statement 3rant tells Hampton of the presence of Silent Murphy and of the fact that Blavln receives government messages for him Miss Spencer called on Bob Hampton Tells him of a redfaced stranger mistaking tier for Nalda Brant Inter j views lied Slavln Kinds that he Is an ex trOOper In the Seventh cavalry It was Blavlns and Murphys testimony that more than ten years before had convicted Jlobcrt thenmurder captain 113rnntSBrn enth of of MaJ Hampton attempts to force a confession from Hlavln SlavIn Insists It Is Murphy he wants and Murphy had left In a cuflta Slavln Is killed by a knife thrust Hampton surrenders to Buck Mason Mob attempts to capture him Mason and his prisoner escape to n hilt and defend themselves Mob lights fire to burn them out Brant tells Nalda that ho loves her She tells him there Is an Insurmountable barrier between them but that she does not fully understand It Brant and his troop rescues Hampton and Mason from tho tires set by tho mob Brant carries the unconscious ambler through the lines of lire Hamp ton Is taken to the lota and Naida comes i to nurse him Miss Spencer accepts tho heart and hand of Kev Wynkoop Brunt Is ordered to take tho Held Before lie goes Naida tells him she loves him but cannot become his wlto or otter an ex planation He Insists he will return to liar Hampton goes on the trail of Silent loJurpry thn at CheYenne as the one man who can clear Capt Nolan of tho chnrgo of murder of MaJ Brunt 15 years before Hampton arrives at Cheyenne Jitter Murphy had left with dispatches Mor Custer follows the scout deter confessionIIedge of the Indian country Murphy practically confesses to the killing of stet Brant for which Capt Nolan was convicted and sentenced to dismissal from the army and ten years In the peniten tiary goes Insane Brants troop guarding Custers pack train on Brittle Big Horn rescues Hampton and Hampton Insists on going on to dlspnlehesIellllNolan who was convicted of murdering his father B CHAPTER XXXIContinued- They were up with the pack train by now and tho cavalrymen gazedI with Interest at the new arrivals Several amon0 them aeein d to recog nize Murphy und crowded about his horse with rough expressions of sym pathy Draut scarcely glanced at them his grave oyea on Hamptons stern face And what Is It you wish me to dor Tako caro of Murphy Dont let blja remain alone for a minute If ho has any return of reason compel him to tfc1k lie knows you and will be as greatly frightened at your preaclice- and knowledge as at mine Besides you have fully as much at stake as anyone for in no other way can theI existing barrier between Nalda and yourself bo broken down Insisting that now ho felt perfectly fit for any service the Impatient Hampton was quickly supplied the necessary food and clothing whit Murphy grown violently abusive trapped on A litter between tw mules a guin on either side Itrant rodo with the Ivlllan on a sharp trot as far as the Send of the pack traln endeavoring tit the very last to per euado the wearied man to relinquish this work to another Foster he said to the sergeant In command of tho advance did you chanco to notice just what coulee Cus tel turned Into when his column swung to the right I think It must have been the sec ond yonder sir whore you see that bunch of trees We was a long ways back but I could see the boys plain enough as they come out on the bluff up there Some of em waved their hats back at us Is this man goln after them sir Yes he has dispatches from Chey enne Well he ought ter have no trouble flndln the trail It ought tel be bout plain as u road back In Gods country ulr fer there were more than 200 horses end theyd leave a good mark groundt hwd Ill cor taluly do nil In lay power Hampton to bring this out right You can rely on mi and I will be faithful to the ilttlfc Mrl tb t rem clasped hands tacit a a 0111 wtth autalaf UQ4aie I Then Hampton touched spurs to his horse and galloped swiftly forward CHAPTER XXXII The Fight In the Valley Far below in the heart of the sunny depression bordering tho left bank of tho Little Big Horn the stalwart troopers under Renos command gazed up the steep bluff to wavo farewell to their comrades disappearing to the right Last of all Custer halted his horso an instant silhouetted against tho bluo sky and swung his hat be fore spurring out of sight Tho plan of battlo was most simple and direct It Involved a nearly sim ultaneous attack upon the vast Indian vlllago from below and above success depending altogether upon the prompt cooperation of tho separate detach ments Scarcely had Custers slender column of horsemen vanished across the summit before Itcnoa command advanced trotting down tho valley tho Ankara scouts in the lead They had been chosen to strike tho first blow to force their way Into the lower village and thus to draw tho defend ing warriors to their front while Cus ters men were to charge upon the rearA haif mlle a mile Renos troops rode with no sound breaking tho si lenco but tho pounding of hoofs the tlnklo of accoutrements Then round- Ing a sharp projection of earth and rock the scattered lodges of tho Indian village already partially revealed to those in advance tho riders wero brought to sudden halt by a fierce crackling of rifles from rock and ra- vIne Men fell cursing and do fright ened horses swerved their riders struggling madly with their mounts tho column thrown Into momentary IBrant the confusion But the cavalry men quailing beneath tho hot fire poured Into them rallied to tho shouts of their officers and swung Into a slender battlo front stretching out their thin lino from tho bank of tho westeern bluffs Scarcely 150 troop mightothat fierce onrush of 1200 battle crazed braver For an almost breathless space those mingled hordes of Sioux and Chey ennes hesitated to drive straight home their deathblow They know those silent men In the bluo shirts knew they died bard Upon that slight pause p rated the late of the day upon It hung the lives of those other men riding boldly and trustfully across the sunlit ridges above Audacity always audacity that is tho accepted motto for a cavalryman And be the cause what It may It was here that MaJ Reno failed In that supremo In stant ho was guilty of hesitancy doubt delis He chose defense in preference to attack dallied whero ho should havo acted The observing savages gathering courage from his apparent weakness burst forth In re sistless torrent agalnsi tho slender unsupported lino turnPf his flank by one floret charge nnd burled the struggling troopers hAck with Into UM narrow si rlr of Umber bor4CIr Ing tilt river Tho whole narwov vanoy sucrnrd to swarm with braves they poured forth couloes and wlridowtd ravines they dashed down In countless numbers from the distant village Cuitlur zoxv Jar away behuu tin blare sum armor beyond tuona of tho firing was utterly Ignored Every savage chief know exactly where that column was but It could wait Its turn In Icadorlcss cffott to break away froJi that swiftgathering cordon be Iota the red remorseless folds should clove tighter and crush them to death the troopers half of them already die mounted burst from cover In nn en diavor to attain the shelter of the bluffs Tho deadly Indian rifles flamed In their faces and they were hurled back a more fleeing mob searching for nothing In that moment of terror but a pouslblo passageway across tho stream Through some rare providence of God they chanced to strike tho banks at a spot whero the river proved fordable They plunged headlong In officers and men commingled the Indian bullets churn Ing up the water on overt aide Tho loss In that wild retreat which Reno later called a chnrgo was heavy the effect demoralizing but those who escaped found a spot well suited for defense Even as they swung down from oft their wounded panting horses and flung themselves flat upon their faces to sweep with hastily leveled carbines tho rlvor banks below Den teen canto trotting gallantly down Ute valley to their aid his troopers fresh and eager to be thrown forwurd on the firingline The wcrst was over and like maddened lions tho rallied soldiers of the Seventh cursing their folly turned to strike and slay A lino of skirmishers was hastily thrown forward along the edge of the bluff while volunteers urged by the agonized cries of tho wounded cn deavored vainly to procure n supply of water from the river Again and again they made the effort only to be driven back by the deadly Indian rifle fire By three oclock although the majority of the savages had departed down tho river enough remained to keep up a galling fire and hold Reao strictly on the defensive As the men lay exposed to the continuous snipping fire above the surrounding din were borne to their cars the reports of distant guns It came distinctly from the northward grow ing heavier and moro continuous None among them doubted Its ominous meaning Custer was already encaged In hot action at the right of tho Indian village Why were they kept lying there In Idleness Why wore they not pushed forward to do their port They looked Into each others faces God They were 300 now they could sweep aside like chaff that fringe of rod skirmishers If only they got tho word Was Swinging His PackTrain Up SmokeWreathed Valley surprised rush from sheltering Officer after officer unable to rcstralt his impatience strode back across the bluff summit amid whistling bullets and personally begged tho major tc speak the one word which should hurl them to the rescue They cried like women they swore through clinched teeth they openly exhibited their con tempt for such a commander yet the discipline of army service mado active disobedience impossible They went reluctantly back as helpless at cbll then It was tour oclock the shadows ol tho western bluffs already darkening the river bank Suddenly n faint cheer ran along the lines and tho men lifted themselves to gaze up tho rlvor Urg Ing the tired animals to a trot the strong hand cf a trooper grasping every halterstrap Brant was swing- Ing his long pocktrain up tho smoko wreathed valley The outriding flank ers exchanged constant shots with the skulking savages hiding In every ra vine and coulee Pausing only to pro tect their wounded fighting their way step by step N troop ran the gantlet and came charging Into the cheering lines with every pound of their treas ure sofa Weir of D whose dismount cd troopers held that portion of the line strode a pace forward to greet the leader and as tho extended hands of the officers met there echoed drwc to them from the north the reports ol two heavy volleys fired In rapid succession Thu sounds were clear dls- tinetly audible oven above the uproar of the valley The heavy eyes of the two soldiers mot their dust stleaked faces flushed That was a crntl Cuatora surnsJ rot neipi tne younger man erica nil putalvcly his volco full of gony For Rods sake Wolr what ate you fel lows waiting hero for Tho other uttered a groan his ham flung in contempt back toward th bluff summit Tho cowardly too wont move boe whipped to death now H Reno you mean Whipped You havent lost 20 men Is this the Sot onth 1skulklng hero under cover while Custer begs help Doesnt tho man know Doesnt ho understand By heaven Ill fare him myself Ill mako him act even If I have to dams him to his face He swung his horse with a jerk to the left but oven as the spurs touched Well grasped tro taut rein flrmly Its no use llrant Its been done weve all been at him lies simply lost his head Know Of course ho knows Martini struck us just helot hero as wo wore coming In with B message from Custer It would havi stirred tho bled of anyone but hi- moh God I Its terrible- A message What was It Cook wrote II and addressed It hBonbon It read Como on Big vii lagc Bo quick Bring packs Ant then P S Brtn7 packs That meant they want ammunition badly thcyn fighting to tho death out yonder an they need powder Oh tho coward I Brants eyes run down the waltlc lino of his own men sitting their sad dIes beside tho halted pack animate Ho loaned over and dropped ono bane heavily on Weirs shoulder Tit rest of you oem do as you please but N troop is going to tako those ammu nition packs to Custer If theres any possible wuy to got through orders or no order Ho straightened up In the saddle and Iris voice sounded down tho wearied line like tho blast of a trumpetAttention N troop I Right face dress Numbor four bring forward tho ammunition packs No leavo titothers where they are moo lively men He watched them swing like magic Into formation their dust begrlmed faces lighting up with animation They knew their officer and this meant bus Inoss UnsUng carbinesload I Wolr the veteran soldlor glanced down that steady line of ready troop era and then back to Brants taco Do you moan It Aro you going tir those bluffs Good Hoavttu man It will mean a oourtmartlal Gutter commands tho Seventh I command the packtrain said Brant His orders are to bring up tho pecks Perhaps I cant get through alone but Ill try Better a courtimrtlal than to fall these men out there Going 0 course Im going Into Use tako in tervals forward I Attontlon D troop It was Weirs voice eager and determined now Like an undamnied current his orders rest out above the uproar and In a moment the gallant troopers of N and D some on foot some In saddle wero rushing up tho face of the bluff their offlewn leading the precious ammunition packs at tho center nil alike secant bUng for the summit In spite of tht crackling of Indian rifles from every side Panting brootblew from the hard climb their carbine spitting fire while tho tepidly massing savages bo gnu circling their expound position tits llttlo band fought thnlr way for ward a hundred yards Then they halted blocked by the unmbers bar ring their path glancing back anx bushy In hope that tholr CJfort would encourage others to join them They could do It they could do It If only tho rost of tho boys would come Thoy poured In their volleys nud waited But Reno made no moo Well and Brant determined to hold every Inch thus gained threw the dismounted men on their faces behind ovary pro jectlon of earth and encircled the ridge with flame If they could not advance they would net bo driven back Messenger after messenger taking life In hand was sent skurry Ing down tho bluff to eel reinforcements to push on for lee rescue swearing It was possible tint It was after five oclock before Reno moved Then cautiously he advanced his col umn towahl whero N and D troops yet held desperately to tho citosed ridge Ho came too late That distant firing had ceased and all need for further advance had ended Scarcely had re Inforccmenla attained tho summit before the torrent of savagery burt screeching on their front From point to point tho grim strug gin raged till nightfall wrought par tial cessation Tho wearied troopers stretched out their lines so ns to pro tect the packs and the field hospital threw themselves on tho ground dig glng rlllalts with knlvc and i tin pans Not until nine oclock did the Indian fire slacken and then tho vII loge became a scene of savage revel tho wild yelling plainly audible U tba soldiers aboveTO CONTINUED Dug Up Chest of Gold A workman named Leznaert em ployed by M Dcfrancq a builder at Menln France has made for his em player a stroke of luck which will probably contribute also to his own adyantage Ho was making a trench In the courtyard of an empty house recently bought by M Defrancq when at a depth of about three toot his pick struck something hard Working around the obstruction ho at last laid bare a metal chest at considerable size and this on being forced cpcu was found to conaln gold coins ktUl negotiable to tho value of 3000 Punch In Sarcastic Mood From Now York comes tho news that an American artist has just com pleted tho largest miniature ever puintod It measure avo bjr six fut 1uwi MOVABLE WIRE COOPS FOR THE GROWING CHICKENS They Furnish Many of the Advnnlases ofa Free Range The typo of coop shown will some tlmos prove valuablo for housing growing stock Hy Its use many of tho advantages of a free range can bo secured In localities whom tho area In Insufficient to permit such range Tho usual practice Is to place these coops on grass land and one or more times dally to move thorn their length or width BO that tho fowls may havo a fresh supply of green feed and un soiled ground Of course any given area can bo fed over In this way soy oral Union during a season Tho COO piII aro light and very readily Dragging would bo mado easier by Bhaplnj tho lower edges of tho onus of the bottom scantling of the frame like a clod runner Tho coop can bo still further Improved 1 Hy putting doors about a foot fowls problem possible fowls habitation 1In square gallon fowls Movable CoopIporches frttqiMnt bo reached from fowls putting large blade of opposite of Gallon department be etmveNiWiUy writer necessary bouM be eaowgh prod Light diagonal brat In cor peuMte ImUer reader mops ttmw prollaees pounds of bHttec Wtrtt Alba oosW doubtMlly advantage U consider handling have frequently HOW OLD IS YOUR HORSEJ Con upper are typical horse of three years permanent nippers neighboring teeth These permanent recognized great square groove lower Illustrates teeth horse years Then nippers are pushing through while cor are WOOD PRODUCTION IN GERMANY Among nil nations of world Germany receives credit of being tho most thoroughly scientific with limited sources what compelled to In selfprotec When wood supplies stored up from years within sight and sawmills been moved from white of north to yellow time south have been moved stand then Germanys scientific forsestry receive bolter recognition do moving grist about from one wheat to an other fields in ox hausted After harvested another is So be with sawmill of If takes CO years to raise of given species then onefiftldth of forest bo year provided or Is replantedand iiawmlll stays at place used satisfactory results con fining laying lions during tho summer The care of tho will take rather more time In houses but tho use of tho moved dally solves the of green makes it to carry largo number with many of the advantages of froo range on areas Is observation of tho writer hens kept In this with no fixed become than neath with a hinged Kato In front of It for removal of the af fords tho needed nests This can bo on and fastened to tho bottom triune at ono cornor so moves with till Such a will ac commodate from to 12 lions As a Good Type of Wire In so that CO on tho bonealA tho root con outside 2 lly a hinged gels min ecotiKR to admit the a the eU the fired trough In A of Cream that may cltaMtf that a Ration of ream when risk to Me teem S ills 11 to tear of Cream will Neb that five to and mon 4Mrb night un tbs la rl a little ion be used with for Hek for there la apt to purpose more low la cream Such coops been Is en rich You Toll by Size and Form of Ilia Teeth leg The row of a that has reached the age At that ago there are four on a level with the teeth be by their er size their form and the on the outer taco The figure the of a at 2V2 old the just the gums the middle and ner foal teeth not yet shed uU uu the the the She does her natural re younger nations will soon be do lion she conserves them our 100 to aro of their end that have the pine belt the the belt of the to the Pacific coast for their last policy will Wo not think of a mill field ns the turn become ono crop Is coming on It must the nod tho trees It a treo a tho may cut each It reseeds the the same and J with for than coop food It a of limited and It tho that way broody less tho root eggs sot that It coop ton the tho lifo A It sajra nets this ably that tho can COO crop coop the workmen live In their permanent snug homes near by tho lumbot shanty will bo a thing of the past raising trees a business llko raisins wheat Pure Seed Investigations Since tho publication of bulletin No 88 of the VItalltyAdulteration Clover Alfalfa and Timothy Seed a largo amount of Important work has been long along these lines especially from tho standpoint of purity and vitality The high price of agricultural seeds during the past year line made It especially important that buyers be sure of obtaining pure seed with n high percontogo of vitality Tho pas sage of the pure seed law has been along stop In the right direction but there Is stilt a largo amount of seed sold that Is far below standard Tho results of tho latest Investigation In this line have been published In bulb tin No 99 of tho Iowa experiment sta tion which will bo furnished free upon application to the director Prof C F Curtiss at Ames la Kill HensWe havo knows IMltee kill hens 1 WORK DONE FOR GOD Though scoffers oak Where Is your gain And mocking say your work Is vain Such scoffers die and are tVf7Iape age Whateer may die and be forgot d Work done for God It dleth not THE MOON TABLE BOY u By LOUISE OCTAVIAN FCopyNght by Bhortstory Pub Co U was In tho gable room that we found Itour bewildering moon table our dear dingy shakylegged moon table Take any pleco of furniture you fancy from tho rooms above swoet Aunt Pnrsln had graciously said and Mllllcant and I Lad spent tho livelong dreary September afternoon In a soul satisfying revel among treasures of lIepIMy greataunt Persia was waiting Tury erect and dignified In her carved oak chair Did you find anything that l loaiod you dear children r sbe askedTho i moon table Oh tho moon I tablol wo cried In unison My grcAtaunia lingers trembled I evor so slightly as she lifted the toa pot Owens table said sho slowly my little brother Owens moon table you really part with It wo 1Clln breathlessly otIlint willing that any of my dear neph ewe or nieces should have It and to pleflKo you Neville and MINI cent I will give It with especial pleasure Wo will put It In tho book room said Mllllcent Assuredly In tho book room 1 agreed Aunt Persls this Is magnifi Gently generous of you I Owens table wont on Aunt Per kin unheeding our expressions of grat Itudo and delight Pretty little Owen 1 your tlttlo granduncle Neville Ho was just ten years old tho very day tnbleIcan send It back rwnombor Weary of the moon tubloAunt PontaHe was a still old faihloned child tny llttlo brother Owen continued Aunt Perils Fund of books and inuilc very fond of music Ho had a sweet high volco and his little fingers toAheU the piano keys so lovingly Ho found our grandmothers old splnuet up In some dark attic cor nor and dragged It down to tho gable room And oh tho hours anti hours lio would nit at the moon tablo making notes Queer little notes with Biioh crooked stems and bulging out ofnlmjHJ heads Thoro are Ink tains on the mahogany now Ive never washed thom off Wo never will either promised Mllllcent And If you weary of the table and wish to send It back to the gable room and select a chair or a mirror or anything else Instead remember to pack It very carefully Wrap It up well with burlap and use plenty of straw I have given It away five times Glvcnlt away five times l Yes Nevlllo and Mllllcont And It has been returned I Always returned Callers wore announced and tho moon tablo subject was closed Wo gave tho moon table the place of honor lu tho most artistic corner of tho book room We dusted It diligent ly several times a day wo kept bowls of lowers always upon It nnd wo re ligiously cherished tho Inkstains that commemorated little Owens musical r aspirations True to my grandaunts predictions baby Fay our threo year r old daughter liked the table Oddly enough It teemed to possess for her a 4 = subtle charm a mysterious allurement nnil much of her tlmo was spent In standing beside It patting It lovingly caressing tbo spidery legs and trac i ing tho Inlaid design over and over again with her wco forefinger If wo missed her tar n little while she was always sure to bo found In tho book room close to the moon table Often she would walk round and round It ex t amining It with tho gravest attention 4and apparently looking for some thing What Is It baby I asked What Is Fay looking fort Uvvawer Bild Fay Drawer i- Ey dwawcr Baby want dwawor- Tlila tablo has no drawer my pot said I- Es dwawcr persisted Fay Boys dwnworWhat boys Moon table boys Oh what nonsense baby I laughed rumpling her chestnut curls Not long after this we heard Fay humming a strange litho air An emu slvo minor thing with a haunting mom and n fascinating rhythm with just a hint oft fiyhcoputlon Neither hop mother nor I had ever heard It be foreWhat are you singing Fay I 1 Baked Moon table boy song said she And whom did you hear singing It 0 Fayrio ailno r Moon tablo boy said she and went on humming It is very strange said Mllllcent uneasilyOne tho preparation of a lecture kept mo at my desk till very late A heavy rain was falling the wind walled and moaned around the house and dead sprays of woodbine rattled drearily against the window panes My dusk was n curtained recess at ono end of tho book room and In the corner diagonally opposite near the fireplace and Just beside Mllllconls old English clock stood the moon table I was using but one light this evening tbo green shaded electric lamp above my desk and lied partly drawn the Japanese curtain Midnight came and passed and my work was still unfinished The rain dripped monotonously upon tho ver anda root and the woodbine rattled weirdlyAs opened a book to verity a quo tation I heard a soft voice Thoro was singing Iu tho room Sing lnglow and dreary A sweet famil tar strain Parting tho curtain gen fly I glanced across tho dim spaces of tho room to the corner faintly Illu mined by tho firelight Ho was Hitting upon tho moon table the sweet singer A trail slip ota boy Iti black velvet with a deep lace collar and silverbuckled sloes He had dark hair and hazel oyos long iplrltuollu ryes ana a very Roman profile Ho drummed Jlgbtly upon the tablo with his long nervous fingers and aging In a plaintive soprano It was Fays haunting minor mel ody Tho tune sho hummed The rhythm she tapped Pays strange moon table boy song The old English clock In tho cornor struck the half hour and the boy pausing In 1d4 song regarded tho tall tlmopleco gravely Tim strands of tho bamboo curtain that I had boon holding aside slipped through my fingers with a taint rustling noise and when I parted them again tbo moon oreIIIhhtheavily upon time roof and the wood blue was tapping tapping tapping Dear child said I to the Invisible presence I loll might still bo lingering In tho moon tablo corner your music Is sweet Indeed and I like you passing well but I cannot have my wife fall prey to hysteria neither can I permit my daughter to hobnob with ghosts orgo my charming moon table boy I Ilnd myself compelled to send your favorite article of furniture back to tbo gable room So for tho sixth tlmo tho lovely Hop pelwblto tablo Journeyed back to its donor carefully packed with plenty of straw and u lavish supply of burlap and accompanied by a note tell lag Aunt Persia that after all wo found that the oak sottlo would bo more in keeping with our room Tho New Year found mo again at my grandaunts No allusion was made to the exchange of furniture In tho gable room I found the moon table Somehow I was glad to see It hero In the cobwebby wIndow nook onco more Somehow it seemed n very fitting thing that Owens table should be back In Owens room Good b beautiful table I mur mured as I turned away Goodby old gablo room Goodby pretty moon table boy And then I tar clod yet a moment to brush away a large spider that WAS crawling slowly across tbo delicate Inlay Camo a click camo a rattle and then n scraping flouud and lo before my eyes a tiny drawer sprang open Somewhere In tho ornamentation wad concealed a spring which my thrust at the spider bad set iu motion Yes little lily there was Indeed a dwaw erln tho moon table In tho drawer was a scrap of paper yellow and torn and soiled I untold ed It eagerly yet very gently lest It crumble beneath my touch It con tapped several bars of closelywritten music very evidently time work of nn Inexperienced composer Vory bally mado were the notes with crooked shnpodheadshere and there ndown tho page nod many blots rendered parts ot tlio man uscript Illegible Turning to the spin not I picked it out laboriously Tlnklo tinkle tlnklo camo the hollow ghostly tones Faintlyvery faintly in n whispering splrltllko pi anissimo sounded the plaintive mel ody tho halting hnlf syncopated rhythm of tho moon table boy song I put tho paper back closed tho secret drawer and went down to five oclock tea Londoners Like Taxicabs TaxIcnba have become so popular In Lnf don that the demand for them ex 10lIoluo I FIRST PORTRAIT OF OPIE8 Accepted a Dealing In Order to In sure Its Suttees John Oplo tho English painter IH described ns a man of humblu origin who achieved success wholly by his own genliM nnd perseverance The story of his first effort In that line of art which irterward brought him fame bo related to Coke first carl of Leices ter of Holkham an follows When a small boy of ten or twelve he was loft at homo ono Sunday after noon with his father while his mother wont to church Tho father estab lished himself In tbo parlor with his Bible and told tho boy to bo quiet and omuBO himself Young Ople who had procured some paints took up a position unobserved In tho kitchen directly opposite the parlor door Very quietly ho drew a portrait ot the old man bending over his Bible until ho had finished everything except the head when he began running backward and forward to study his fathers taco The old gentleman grew very angry nt these apparently senseless interruptions and threatened to punish his son If they continued This was exactly what tho boy wanted ns ho wished to paint his fathers eye lit up and sparkling with anger So ho continued his Irritating behav for until it met with tho desired re stilt and his lather Justly wrathful administered a sound thrashing This achieved the boy resumed his task eagerly and transferred to his picture tho expression which he hind Just seen upon tbe taco of his Indig nant parent When his mother returned from church bo placed tbo picture tri umphantly before her but although astonished and delighted with It she thought It her duty to scold her son severely for painting on a Sunday Young Ople however cared no more for the scolding than tor the beating ho had received In accomplishing his work and only hugged his mother de lightedly In his excitement at Its sue cots His father coming into the room at this Juncturo and spying tho portrait of himself was so surprised and pleased at It that ho told the mother not to scold the boy anymore Subsequently whenever the picture was shown he used to tell with great rellili tho story of young Oplee plucky acceptance of a beating In order to in sure Its success Youths Companion To Preserve Snap Deans While the Bulgarians have produced no specially noted cordon bleus they are a people of faculty and know how to make the most of their some what meager food supplies In the cooking of boons fresh or dried they can oven give points to a Boitontan They have a unique way of putting up tnap beans for winters use easy nod excellent as to results Tbe beans nro picked when Just tender snappy ago are washed clean strung and broken Into Inch pieces as though ready for cooking Now the housewife threads a coaran needle with strong thread and in a Jiffy strings the pieces of broken beans on tho thread As BOOH as a generous loop Is made It Is bung In tho sunshine to dry When perfectly dry It is laid away from tho dust until ready for use Then take as many as desired soak In lukewarm water several hours and cook tho same as fresh beans Baths of Lemonade Tbe very latest thing In Parts is the lemonade baUm It Is supposed to bo cooling refreshing and beneficial A pretty Parisian actress has Insti tuted the fashion ot letting her friends see her take a lemonade plunge In a charming dlreclulre bathing dress with her hair tied up In yellow rib bans sho sat and received her guests In a white tub draped with yellow and filled with lemonade with pieces of lemon peel floalng about on tho sur faceA glass of Iced lemonade was given to each guest and for those who would Join In tho novelty lemonade baths wore arranged and dlrcctolro bathing drosses provided- It is scarcely likely that this form of tho bath will ever become really popular but as an advertising scheme for a young actress It Is certainly far bettor than lost JowelsNow York Sun Electric Scrubbing Brush Ono of tho latest electric household utensils Is a machlno which scrubs sandpapers waxes or polishes unkind of floor It is claimed that the palmetto scrubbing brush does the work cleanly and rapidly and that it Is as effective In tho corners ns in the middle of the floor Tbo adjustable parts Include In addition to tho pal motto scrubbing brush a sterol wire brush carborunduhi atones and molder a sheeps fleece polishing pad and carborundum paper cut ready to uso Tho power cost la claimed to bo no mora than one cent an hour Current Is taken front any electric light fixture la tho room Popular Mechanics The Point of View Glutton I hissed the workman as ho passed tho window of tho rich man dining within Lucky dog sighed tho crippled rich man ns his oyes enviously tot lowed tho other striding dovn the street with his dinner pall on his arm New York Telegram What Old Ke Mean Younf Hlffcra Is crazy about a- girl Who Is shtir My slater Ho must lw QUARTERLYREVIEW SwcJtjr School Lenin for Sept 20 1908 SpccUHy Arranged for ThIs Paper BCIHPTimK IlEAlINaPalm 18 GOlDEN TKXTAml David per ceived that the lord hail established him king over Israel and that he had exalt ed Ills kingdom for his people Israel sake2 Sam 6K Lesson Texts Titles Places Etc Lrason 11 Sam S19a THleJsrael Asks for a Icing PlaceRamah Persons Samuel and Elders ot Israel Golden TextBy mo klnca reign and Lesson rl Sam 0I7Z7 Tltle8aul Chosen KinG PlaceMirpeh Persons Samuel Saul Israelites Golden TextHe that ruleth over men must lesson 31 Sam 1215 1325 Title 8nmuel Warn Saul and People Place Ollgal Persons Samuel Saul Israel Ices Golden Text = Only fear the Lord and serve Lesson tl Sam 15133 TltleSam eel Itojerted by the Lord PlaceOII gal Persons Samuel and Saul Golden TextThe Lord Our God will we Jon 61 Sam 18113 TltleDavid Anointed at Ilethlehem Placenethlelm- emn PersonsSamuel Jesse David Golden Tut1fan looketh on the out ward Lesson Cl Sam 17J81J Title Pavld and Goliath lactValley ot Elah- PersonsSaul David Goliath Oolde- nTe1l1ln the Lord put I my trust Lesson Tl Sam 11616 TttleSaul Tries to Kill David PlaceGlbeah Per sons Saul and David Golden TextThe Lord God Is n sun and shield Lesson 81 Sam M3Mi THIe Friendship of David and Jonathan Place Glbeah PersonsSaul David Jonathan Golden TexLA friend loveth at all times IlIOn tl Sam M175 TltleDavid Spares Bsula Life Place Kngedl Per sons David and Saul Golden Text Love your enemies do good lesson 101 Samuel 31 Title Saul and Jonathan Slain In Battle PieceMtG- liboa PersonsSaud Jonathan Pull istines Golden Text Prepare to meet thy God- lesson 112 Sam 117 615 Ttltle David Made KinK Over Judah and Israe- lIlaceIiebron PersonDavid Elden Israelites Golden Text David went on and new great A Story Review Let the members of the class tell the following stories or having writ ten them out at home read them to the class Put them in their most dramatic form Story One How a Farmers Boy Became King f1 Samuel 810 Story Two How Saul Saved the Eyes of tho Men of Jabesh L Samuel 11 12 Story Three A Brave Young Prince 1 Samuel 13 14 Story Four What Came to a Man Who Disobeyed God 1 Samuel 1315 Story Five How a Shepherd Boy Became King 1 Samuel 1C etc Story Six A Young Mans Battle with a Giant 1 Samuel 17 Story Seven Why a Little Boy Went Out Into a Field to Look for Ar rows 1 Samuel 20 Story Eight Tho Story of a King Who Tried to Capture Ills Sonla Law 1 Samuel 2426 Story Nine Tho Story of a Beauti ful Friendship Between Two Young Men 1 Samuel 18 19 20 Story Ten A Song Called The Bow Found In an Old Book and Why It Was Written 1 Samuel 31 2 Samuel 1 David One of tho greatest advan ages of studying the lives of great and good men is found in discovering tho way In which they attained their goodness and their power to make the world better Many of the older biographies told us rather the heights to which their heroes climbed but showed us very little or the way Llko Emerson they bade us Hitch your wagon to u star but tho star was beyond our reach and thoy did not tell us bow to reach it Our need is to traco the path up which they tolled Davids story Is one of the best of all hero stories because It shows and implies the stairway of faithful ness by which with painful steps and slow through peril toll and pain ho climbed tho steep ascent and reached tho blessedness of his great work for all ages We can teach It best perhaps by the following diagram tho scholar noting that each feature or act of Davids youth was a means to its attainment David Was Chosen not so much for tho excellences of character he already possessed as for the possibilities of excellence to bo developed by tho grace of God through his obedience It is like tho vision of the sculptor who sees the possible statue In the marble as Michael Angelo once said of a piece of beautiful marble out wardly defiled and thrown one side I see an angel there and must get him out All These Endowments and oppor tunities were useless to him unless he was faithful arid true God laid the warp of his life In fair colors but the pattern Gcd designed him to weave In the loom of life could not be formed unless ho sent the right threads through tho changing lines of tho divine providence What a Vision of Blessedness this sots before every man There ever follows close upon faithfulness a larger sphere of usefulness and re sponsibility Increased power greater Influence because one Is fitted for them Dot when he had wrestled then he was fitted to rolgn Tho Way with All Gods Kings Maclaren In tho Sunday School Times speaks thus It is a parable of the King and the kingdom small In its beginning a handful of com upon tho top ct tho mountains having long warfare to wage slowly but cer ably wnxlng stronger and stronger llko as did tho house ot David while tho rival waxed weaker and weaker but suro at last to triumph to possess the land of the forgiitten competitor and to fill time earth with peace and bliss TI1855 Berea College 908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 21 sWas j 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 Hiss himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same Lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetio and tho common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Btbles Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free 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 ACADEM REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young roan 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 taU and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gel man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wits use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods Tie highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the informatiOn culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary 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 ra celved 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 people who are supporting Berea In order that it may train young men and won for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come train the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be 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 ing and getting pay according to tho 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 tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to ono dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc varj with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the beet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho 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 la the mall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 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 Is returned when tho student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school but d ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ol teachers all our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 675 SPRINGf weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950ta one payment 2900 Installment pled first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle oi term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term recelvo back for money advanced as follows On hoard in full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction ot- a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any uner pared traction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when ho 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 iu school it pays to stay as long as possible The first day ot Spring term Is March 20 1908 r The first day of Fall term Is September 16 1908 For Information or friendly advice wrUo to the Secretary v WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife taken the eyes or the men mil bays who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they ice it antI to get a 75 cent knife with two tumults of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That firings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have n ITHE HOME I Seasonablo Recipes COLD SLAW To each cup of vin egar of ordinary strength add one teaspoonful of the following mixture 3 teaspoonfUls of salt 14 tcaspoonful A pepper 2 tablespoonfuls of sugar Have the cabbage fresh and shred ded very fine and the vinegar cold Letting tho cabbage stand a half hour In cold water before cutting will make it moro crisp and tender 1101 SLAW Chop the cabbage fine then place In a frying pan with 2 tablespoonfuls of melted butter and 24 cup of hot water Stir often un til the cabbage is thoroughly wilted To each pint add H teaspoonful of salt rlP teaspoonful of pepper 3 table spoonfuls of vinegar of ordinary strength and one egg slightly beaten Let mixture heat through bUt do not boll after the egg la added or the egg wilt separate and curdle TOMATO SALAD Select round THE APACHES INDIANS Camp Verde Ariz Aug 24 1908 To the Readers of The Citizen I Dear Friends Last year I wrote you concerning the Manure Indians whoso home is In the low valleys built up by the big Col orado along Its course thru the Mo- have Desert Now I will try to give you a brief sketch of the terrible Apaches whose villages are by the swift streams in the highlands of central and eastern Arizona Unlike tho Mohavea the Apaches bravely opposed tho encroachments of the white men and as a result thruout this part of tho territory places bearing such significant names as Battle Flat Skull Valley and I 4Bloody Basin aro pointed out as the seems of fierce encounters and frightful massacres As early as 1830 representatives of the Hudson Bay company visited this region and thirteen years later a party of hunters and trappers notably among whom were Paulin Weaver Kit Carson and Captain Joe Walker explored the country lying along tho Verde River and for a time engaged in tho fur business meanwhile main taming friendly relations with the na tives and while the trapper and fur trader as such played a comparatively small part in the Conquest of Arl cna yet their accounts of ita vast expanse aroused considerable Interest But the rcalawatoenlns occurred In 1861 when the famous Walker party of goldseekers from southern Call fctnla crossed tho territory from west to east prospecting for precious metals They experienced the do llghlful cllioato and beheld the magnificent scenery the beautiful and futile valley Nee broad mesas waving with excellent pasturing tho extensive pins forest and abundant evidence of i valuable minerals Their reports wore heralded far and wide and soon from tile Inside a k pioneer nama for California and over the old Santa Fe trail hun dreds of emigrants wore hastening to the new country and In a short tImo a promising settlemont was formedI in snd around the present I I PrescottAt the Apaches watched this Invasion and occupation ot their best lands with some curiosity and their demands for pay being answered by the report of the rifle they resolved to exterminate the whiter 1Immediatclythelrslgaal fires blazed on the the news rom clan to clan until twenty tubes wore roused and on the war rath GovernII could bo afforded the settlers so brunt of the perilous situation wasI borne largely by a few fellows such as King S Woolsey and I John Townsend whose invaluable soy vices aro worthy ot an honorable place 1bothin the history of Arizona universal annals of heroic menIThe winter of 1863 beginning of this merciless war dragged on until 1870 when General Georgo Crook the greatest Indian tighter of his day was placed in command of the military operations against the Apaches Reinforcements wero received and Prescott being centrally located was made division headquarters with outposts garrisoned with regular soldiers at Camp Verde Date Creole and other points The shrewd general whom tho Apaches called Gray Fox formed alliances with the friendly tribes and Induced several hundred warriors to Join his forces as scouts which under the leadership of the famous white scouts Al Seiber Dan 0 Leary and Pat Kehoe did much ef fective service So began General Crooks memorable I three years campaign in which the war tribes were subdued round t smooth red tomatoes of uniform size t Wash well or scald and peel but put In cold water as soon as scalded so the outside will still be firm Cut from the blossom end to the stem end into six or eight equal parts but do not cut entirely thru Gently force the pieces apart so they will stand out like flower petals In the center place a spoonful of yellow salad dressing CREAM SALAD DRESSING 1 j tablespoon salt 3 tablespoon mustard 1 tablespoon sugar 1 egg slightly beaten 21a tablespoons melted butter cup cream 3 cup vinegar Mix ingredients in order given adding vinegar very slowly Cook over boiling water stirring constantly until mixture thickens Cool before using led up and corralled In tho Verde from whence as so many cattle they were removed in 1873 to the San Carlos Reservation where fifteen thousand strong they were for several years guarded by a large body of U S troops In 18S2 five hundred of them under the leadership ot the war chief Loco broke away from the Reserva tlon raided the Glla valley killing some fifty settlers besides destroy escapedIinto yearsIervation Again in the spring of 1S85 under Chief Natches whose father Cochls was the son of the war god of tho Chlrrlcanuas and with tho crafty cunning Geronimo as second in command a large body of Apaches left the Reservation and again headed for the Sierra Madras Captain Crawford of the 3rd U S Cavalry was placed In command of one hundred Indian scouts with which ho pursued the marauding Apaches far into Mexico and while camping In the heart ofI the mountains his forces wero fired upon by a body of Mexican soldiers who afterwards claimed they thought It won Geronimos band and the brave captain who stood on a large rock waving a pleco of whlto cloth was mortally wounded Later the hardI pressed Apaches acknowledging the supremacy of the palo face returned to their Reservation their power broken and their fair domain forever overthrownI you about the Camp Verde Indian School In my next letterIVery respectfully yours Taylor P Gabbard Supt and Special Disbursing Agent U S Indian School The cutaalc old building where the legislature now meets and has met since 1832 will soon be a thing of the past as far as being of service to thee state Is concerned unless the legisla ture makes some provision for Its fu ture Everybody admires and loves the old building for Its many historical associations and are anxious to see It preserved for all time and used by the state for some purpose The most frequent suggestion Is that It bo turned over to the Stato Historical society and let that organization make a state historical museum of It after the new statehouse Is furnished and occupied Nearly all the other older states havr a historical museum and Kentucky should have one by all means No more suitable building could be found for such a purpose and the state will have no further use for It after next year In this way the state would secure a most valuable and Interesting feature without having to spend any thing to get It A great many amusing things are told as jokoi on the legislative mem bers from romo of the back counties some of them being true and some of them probably not true The other day at the boarding house where one of these rural members was stopping the housekeeper had apple dumplings for dinner and served them with a very toothsome sauce The aforesaid legis lator It seems had never seen and sauce before so when ho had about finished his dumpling the housekeeper asked him If he would not have some thing else lie replied Yes I would to have some more of that what lUke wallop your dumpling In new statehouse Is nearing com t pletion and from the outside promises to be a most magnificent building TheI contractors have notified the commis stoners that they will complete their work by May 15 and then the furnish lag with desks carpets and other nec essary articles can begin if the present legislature makes an appropriation for that purpose The building presents a splendid view from all parts of Frank fort and will It Is expected be a source of pride to every Kentuckian as he sees it In passing through the city on the train It is the only real first class statehouse that Kentucky has ever bad and the only mistake was made In not building twentyfivo years ago I DELICIOUS SUMMER SALADS How to Make Attractive Dishes With Vegetables and Fruits How to prepare n pretty summer salad Is thus told by Caroline French Denton In the Juno Delineator Select some green peppers and open them al the top and take out the seeds Make each one stand on a lettuce leaf cut ting a tiny bit off the bottoms If neces nary Then prepare some small cooked green string beans the smaller the bet ter by mixing them with French dress Ing Fill the peppers with these and on top of each cue put a little ball of cream cheese The combination Is quite unusual In flavor and very good Fruit salads lire the daintiest and most refreshing of alt we have In summer I and they are almost no trouble to make Several kinds of fruit should not be put together as a usual thing however for that is apt to make a messy dish Ono or two kinds mixed or one alone Is quite enough Then too It should be remembered that mayonnaise rarely combines with fruits There Is one exception at least for pineapple Is particularly good with It but with most other fruits French dressing should be used and this should have little vinegar In It Lemon juice Is much better Strawberry salad Is made by arrang ing for each person six or more very large fine berries In a cup shaped let tuce lent These are laid on a platter and French dressing Is put on last Like all salads to be good this must be coldCherry salad Is made with either California cherries or the large ox hearts and both red and white ones are used or the two are prettily mixed The cherries are stoned without break tog them and in place of each pit a bit of nut is pressed in or a small hazel nut Is put In entire They are laid on lettuce and French dressing Is poured over This is rather an elaborate dish when finished but simple enough to make If one has time and Is willing to tale the trouble to put it together How to Rid Furniture of Moths A sort of trade secret among uphol sterers It is said is this recipe for rid KanIllns pestsIbad atI rated through and through with the benzine Result every moth larva and egg was klljcd The benzine dried out in a few hours and Us entire odor disappeared in three or tour days Not the slightest harm happened to the var nish or wood or fabrics or hair stuff ing The carpets were also well sprin kled all around the sides of the room with equally good effect For furs flannels Indeed all woolen articles containing moths benslno Is most valuable Put them In a box sprinkle with benzine close tbo box tightly and in a day or two the pests will be exter minted and the amine will all evap orate on opening In using benzine groat care should be taken that no fire Is near by as the stuff In fluid or vapor form is very inflammable How to Improve a Narrow Hall To Improve the appearance of a very narrow hall place large mirrors both sides This gives a very good allI feet A large mirror one the of the wall It placed opposite the ing of a baIt curved staircase will add wonderfully to the appearance of the I narrow hall and make a wide one more handsome Avoid striped paper in the j narrow ball Use a plain paper and also plain carpets without figures or nIgeometrical design in very small ken lines Terra cotta Is n good hall color also n good grade of olive green can be used A cream paper toned to oak Is handsome In a new house though a color scheme is usually needed A light paper Is preferable In a narrow unlighted halt Green paper fades very easily and red soon loses Its original color How to Keep White Silk White There la nothing more distressing to the owner of a white silk or satin gown than to see It yellowing while It is still wearable The women who do not cut their wedding dresses up the next winter but keep them with reverent sentiment to the end of their lives are always on the lookout for something to prevent them turning a deep taWny yellow The best pre ventive of this Is to pack the gown away in muslin sheets that have been rinsed through deep blue water until deep Indigo Ordinary blue muslin aI be substituted It preferred Stuff tho folds with blue Instead of tissue paper and keep In a box with a close fitting lid that is also wrapped with heavy paper to keep out the dust How to Freshen the Air In a Room Lavender salts are useful for fresh ening the air of the living room where smoking is occasionally Indulged in Select a large mouthed bottle a stick candy jar which will hold a quart Just the thingand In this place LtI pint of pure not household add two ounces of oil of lavender and then fill the bottle with carbonated am monia blocks When using shake the bottle remove the stopper and leave for half an hour The odor Is peculiar ly Invigorating and not at all overpowering If not too close a sniff of the jar be taken How to Tighten Sewing Machine Belts When you are sewing In a great hur ry and the machine belt becomes loose do not stop to remove It In order to tighten it Simply put a drop of ma chine oil on it turn the wheel a few icconda and proceed with a tightened belt I CARE OF BIRDS How to Protect Feathered Pete From Red Mites Unless great cleanliness is adopted with nil cage birds Insect pests will prove most troublesome It Is by no means pleasant to find several Insects on the hands when the cage Is touched or moved a sure sign that tho un fortunate bird is Infested with para sites generally the result of dirt It a cagd bird Is seen to be picking itself continually under the wings and vent and to be restless and fidget about on the perch at night insects must cer tainly be suspected The bird should be caught nnd dusted with Insect powder and a llttlo quassla or alum added to the bath water It the perches are made hollow for about an Inch at each end the Insects will conceal themselves In the hollows In the daytime The perches can then bo taken out of the cage frequently and dipped In bolt- Ing water getting rid in this way of numbers of the pests says the Brook lyn Eagle An old fashioned plan Is to hang a white cloth over the cage at night leaving room for ventilation Many of the Insects will retire Into tho folds at daylight when tho cloth can be carefully removed and dropped into hot water Ono of the greatest obstacles to the successful rearing of young canaries Is the small Insect known as tho red mite or canary bug TIle attentions of this bloodthirsty little parasite are responsible for tho deaths of many hundreds of nesting canaries annually Want of cleanliness Is one of tho chief reasons for the appearance of this pest now to get rid of It when It has once taken up Its abode in the cage and on tho birds Is a problem that has puzzled many canary breeders Innumerable experiments have been made Turpentine paraffin carbolic tobacco quassia soda and nuinWrlcss other things have been tried with varying resultsFir tree oil will kill these insects and when applied to the Joints of the cage will prevent others coming for some time Benzine collas used for removing grease from cloth will kill them quickly nut It soon evaporates and the effect lasts for only a brief period At the commencement of each canary breeding season all cages that are not new should be thoroughly cleansed with hot water and soda or with soap and water with which Home disinfectant Is freely mixed When this Is dry all the crevices as well as the wires should bo painted with paraffin or with fir tree oil After the ben canary has made her nest and laid her eggs they should be- sprinkled with Insect powder If are red mites present after the thereI birds are hatched they will be nestllngslAred should always cause Investigation to be made of the young ones With constant cleanliness and as much air and ventilation as possible in the bird room parasites ought not to prove trou blesome How to Make Javelle Water To make javello water dissolve ono pound of salsoda In one quart of boil ing water Dissolve half n pound of chloride of lime in two quarts of cold water Let the mixture settle And then pour off tho clear liquid Mix this withItho dissolved soda bottle and kta dark place The French use preparation a groat deal In the tblsI the laundry For whitening they put two or thrro tablespoonfuls of I the liquid Into the water In which they boll the clothing To remove stains from white goods dilute the javelin wa ter with its own volume of cold water Soak the article in this until tho stain disappears then rinse thoroughly in several clear waters and finally Tu di luted ammonia water Javolle water removes almost all stains and nil col ors therefore it should not be used on colored articles If articles ore allowed to remain In It for n long time It will Injure the fabric How to Apply a Mustard Plaster The convenience of the bought runs tard plaster Is so great that It has practically superseded the homemade one It does not burn so easily as the latter but even so care must be taken In applying It To avoid chill dip the plaster In warm instead of cold water before applying Do not remove It at the first lament of the patient that It burns The object of a mustard pins ter is to burn nnd there Is no reason to put one on If It Is to be removed too soon On the other hand It Is In excusably careless to allow a plaster to blister Keep a watch on it and when the flesh seems distinctly red with a redness that does not quickly fade remove the plaster Dry off the spot apply a little vaseline or cold cream and cover with n soft piece of linen or old handkerchief How to Turn a Fold When turning a fold either bias or straight it Is hard sometimes to told it evenly and quickly Fold and lap a strip of paper securing it with n pin or mucilage and make it the width you wish your fold to be when It is finished Now run the fold wide enough to allow for seams through this paper gauge and press tho fold sliding the paper along in front of the Iron This process turns presses and finishes the band In a uniform width How to Test Drinking Water To ascertain if water Is free from organic pollution place alnmp of sngar In a bottle nearly full and cork It up and if after thus excluding the air and keeping the bottlo in the light for two or three days no mUky cloud la apparent but the water remains clear It may be considered free from the phos phates with which sewage water is lEnpregnate WASHING OF EYES How to Dathe Them Properly With Lotions If moro persons know that tho eyeballs need bathing quite as much as the body no drowsing stand would be without an eye cup and lotion for this purpose In washing the eyes use k special glass that may bo bought at any druggists This cup la shaped something llko a wineglass except that It Is elongated Instead of round and has a rim that slopes down In the mid- die to fit the eyes To use this little vessel fill It three quarters full of whatever lotion or liquid Is prescribed then place It close ly about the eye and throw back the head In this position open and shut the eye so that tho ball Is thoroughly bathedAs the lotion for tho bath an excellent and simple wash that will cleanse the ball and relieve a feverish or tired sensation Is mode by boiling and filtering halt a pint of water and pouring Into It while still warm one halt teaspoonful of refined borax and ten drops of spirits of camphor says tho Washington Star Let this cool then filter again through a piece of thin muslin The cup may be partly filled with this liquid morning and night and any time during the day when the eyes feel tired It should bo applied as pre viously directed and after using for a tlmo will usually clear away tho yel low scum so frequently seen on eyeballs and always so disfiguring De fore applying any lotion tho eyes must always be carefully bathed In warm waterFor eyes that are weak a tonic wash recommended by English oculists Is made In this way Onehalf of an ounce of rock salt and one ounce of dry eel pbato of zinc simmered In a perfectly clean covered porcelain vessel with three pints of water until tho Ingredi eats are nil dissolved Strain through thick clean muslin add one ounce of rosewater and cork tightly Use when tho eyes feel weak It the lotion smarts add n little water The eye cup should be kept perfectly clean If after simple homo treatment the eyeballs continue to show a yellowish appearance no tlmo should be lost In consulting n physician for something with the system is Indicated Any inflammation of tho eyes Is likely to exhibit Itself by secretion on the lids In the morning and this condition should bo checked before It leads Into another more serious state After bathing with either of tho lo tlons given tho edges of the lids should bo covered at night with a paste made of two and onehalf centigrams each of oxide of zinc and subacetato of lead twentyfive centigrams of oil of sweet almonds three grams of white vase line and three drops of tincture of benzoin It Is well to have this compounded by a chemist ter should there be tho least lump or grain It Is apt to find its way Into tko eye and cease irritation In making any lotion at homo too much care cannot be given to filtering and should the liquid bcooouo cloudy after a time It must be strained again to prevent ctiuclBg Irritation How to Renovate Old Furniture There are many way of renovating old furniture but ono of the best mcth ods Is the alternate use of sandpaper and varnish First remove ovary par tide of duet din anti old croaked var utah from the eof furniture to bo treated getting right down to the bare wood To aid la this work a cabinet scraper or glass will be necessary and a bottle of wood alcohol to soften the varaleh After the varnish In removed sandpaper the wood to n smooth cur face At least four coats of finishing varnish wlH be required and after each bas become thoroughly dry rub lightly with flue sandpaper After the last coat of varnish has dried for two days rub boiled linseed oil on the treated surfaces with a soft cloth How to Preserve Linoleum Good linoleum is In its first cost an expensive kitchen floor covering but It can be wilde to last practically a lifetime by tho very simple device of living It n coat of spar varnish every six months at n cost of perhaps 80 cents for n room 10 by 12 Apply at tight and it will bo dry In the morn lug An oilcloth or n linoleum so much worn that this treatment may not seem worth while can have Its period of usefulness greatly extended by going over It with a flannel dipped in thin glue water Before either application wash and thoroughly dry tho floor cov ering How to Keep Babs Milk Warm Cover a hot water bag with ono of outing flannel In which there has been made a pocket about the size of the babys bottle When going to dad fill the bottle as usual and placo it in tho pocket Then fill the water bag with hot water and put it at the bottom of tho babys crib covering It with a blanket says tho Delineator When the baby wakes for Its bottle in the night the milk will be reedy in an In stint How to Remove Mildew Mildew may be removed by moisten ing the article in lemon juice and placing In the sun As fast as It dries re new the lemon If this is not effective make a paste of soft soap to which you have added one tablespoonful of powdered starch tho Juice of a lemon and a little salt Spread over the spot and place In the sunshine How to Keep Meat Fresh Veal mutton and pork will keep per fectly fresh In warm weather without the aid of ice or salt for weeks by keep- Ing submerged in sour milk Change the milk when mold appears Rinse meat in cold water when ready for use Wt THE MARKET Barea Prices to Potatoes deb per buSOc Cabbage 2o per lb Honey 16e per Ib Deans 6V4o por gal Apples per buGOo Eggs per dozen 16c Duller per lbl20C Bacon per lb121401- 1am per lb12c- Lard i per lblie hlckens on foot per lbl00 lions on foot por lb70- t Feathers per lb35c Corn 100 e Oats G00- Wheat 900 per bu Live Steck Louisville September 9 190S Choice export steers 6 76 6 40 Choice butcher steers 6 00 G 25 Common butcher steers 4 00 4 60 Medium butcher steers 3 00 4 65 Common butcher steers 3 75 4 26 Choice butcher heifers 4 00 4 25 Medium butcher heifers 3 60 4 00 Common butcher heifers 3 00 3 60 Choice butcher cows 3 00 4 00 Mtdlum butcher cows 2 75 3 00 Common butcher cows 2 CO 3 00 Canners 1 00 200 Choice fat oxen 3 CO 4 00 Medium oxen 3 00 4 H Choice bulls 3 00 3 GO Medium bulls 2 75 S tO Common bulls 2 00 2 CO Choice veal calves 6 00 0 75 Medium veal calves 3 CO 6 00 Common calves 2 60 3 fO Good feeders 400 460 Medium feeders 3 CO 4 00 Common feeders 3 00 4 00 Choice took steers 4 00 4 14 Medium stock steers 3 60 4 Cot Common stock steers 3 00 3 CO Medium stock heifers 2 GO 3 25 Choice stock hclforo 3 00 4 96 Common mixed stockers 2 60 3 M Choice milch cows 35 00 4J Cl Medium mulch cowl 25 00 88 Of Common mulch cows It I1 21 HIBOO Choke packers and butchers I 200 to 300 Ibs 700 Medium packers and butchers ICO to 200 lbs G76 Choice pugs 90130 lbs 6 36 i Light pigs 1090 lbs Ii 00 I Light skippers 130100 lbs 5 10IRoughs llOtttO Ibs 3 00 L 80 f sass Choice fat sheep 3 26 3 7I321MCcIIttIlWl1Bcoks 1 60 2 76 44 Choice lamb 6 00 Sooands 6 26 Good butefeer lambs 4 10 S 00 Culls and tallMd 2 18 INMUSS PORK 11060 HAMS Choice sugar cured light and sptcJal wire 1219e heavy to Medium 124e- 1IOULDURille per Ik BACON CI8Ar rib Ids Us regular dear aide lOUc breakfast belo on ISo sugar cured shoulders 8ebacon extra 9J4c bellle light 13o heavy 13c- LAIUJPrlme steam in tierces 100 pure lent in tierces lOc In tubs lOJJc DRIED BEEF ISe EGOS Caso count 17Ho per doz candled IGo- BUTTERIGc per lb POULTRY Spring chickens 12c to He hona SHc ducks old fie turkeys 8lOc ducks young 13c WHEATNO 2 ss No3 esc CORNNo2 white 83c No3 rolxe1 Sle- OATSNew No3 Tfhlto 63c No 3 mixed 62o RYE No 2 Northern 89c No 3 Northern 900 No Cruel Piano Performances Every big city line some Individual characteristic that commends It said a retired Now York business man whole a confirmed globe trotter Now there Is Merlin which long ago won my heart by its freedom from noises It Is the quietest of all tho big towns of tho world I am not sure but Ill settle down there to live out the balance of my days for this very reason They go so far at the German capital an to regulate the hours in which piano playing will be tolerated It must not start early In the morning or be kept up late at night else a po whyDanJlngan inharmonious racket Is not permis Bible at any time This may seem a bit tyrannical but there are thousands of suffering Americans who would like some such ordinance in this country Vegetable Milk Vegetable milk Is used In Japan It is made from the sofa bean Tho liquid is exactly like cows milk In appearance and In taste can hardly be distinguished from It To make It the beans are first soaked and then boiled In water Some sugar and phosphate of potassium are added and It to boiled down till it has the consistency of condensed milk I The Porter Drug Co iNCOirOXATBD PHONE 12 BEREA KY 0 dote 000000000000 Vicinitya i o 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e 0- NtWe eotees HelllotloooAeooiooeOoioYOoooel1 DR BEST DENTIST CITT rilOHK IBS OFFICB OVER POST OFFICE Citizens ot Borca are reminded of tho rule that studonla who reside in town and who do not enter school In tho tall will not bo received during tho winter term boCAUSO ot tho crowded conditions at that Ume It you Intond to attend tho College start In nowMr and Mrs Stanley Frost attend ed the meeting ot the Eighth District EaItillMiss Lllllo Chrliman who it teaching sntIIurdayBest W II Porter and family pent last week in McKee Dr Biovo Jonca ot Manchester was in town during tho latter part ot the week 1y W Porter was In Louisville the tint of the week on business Mr Chas 11 Fulkenon who Is now engaged in work in Jollct fit has boon spending a Sew days with Bcrta t friendsMrs Wm Q Dolt has returned from j a very pleasant visit with her parents at Combs Ky Mrs Sarah Spurlock ot Paint Lick was the guest ot her daughter Mrs U S Burgess Monday MlM fun Luwln loft Tuesday for a few days stay with her slater Mrs ISvereU Todd at Speedwell IMr J W Stephens was In Rich t lund Monday on business J It Baker has been homo for a- fewi days I 1 1 Shadoln left Tuesday fur a ten days vacation with friends in Ohio MlM Graeo Bolter who spent her vocation at Bandy Lako returned Tues dayltev Brookshlro of Speedwell preached at the Baptist enurou lost tiuudmjr morning and night in tuo ab wutc of hey Brandenburg who II fVdW1l1lImtutM mlk d a meeting ot the 01I1I mittee WvduvMlay uitrt for the pose ot organizing arnft Club which will have its first meeting Friday night bopturaber IS in the Rubric school house Miss Edith Early who la teaching this fall was at homo tho last of the weekMiss Donna Shadoln whb has been visiting with her brother and friends hero returned to her homo In Tat s vlllo Tuesday Miss Alice Trcadwoy visited friends and relatives in Paint Lick lost week VV 1 Dooloy of Withers has been Bonding a tow days with his fam ilyMiss Kato Baker and mUG niece Helen ot Wollocoton spent mat Tues day with Mrs E D Wallace l Miss Daisy Spenco who is under treatment at Richmond is said to bo rapidly ImprovIngIMr 81 Mitchell WILl in Lexington tho latter part ot tho week Mrs Jcnnlo Goldcn Coylo and children are hero for a visit with rula Uvoa Mrs A P Settle and little son Dabnoy are visiting in Lexington Mr Taylor Muncy who has been doing Sunday School work in the mountains Is at homeIMiss Pearl spent a few days last week with Mrs Dr Davis Dr and Mrs A E Thomson son Eugene and Mlsa Goodell arrived In Berea Thursday night from Medina O Dr Thomson came from Lake Gal ilee Win where he has boon taking some Bible work and met his family at Medina and accompanied them to Berea Prof T A Edwards leaves today for Cincinnati to have a surgical oper ation performed I Tim Democrat ot Borca have or ganized a Bryan and Kern Club with Dr L A Davit as President Marshall Vaughn as Secretary and II C Wolfe as Treasurer Mr and Mrs Harry WlllUon oLChl oago wore in Beroa over Sunday and Monday visiting Mr and Mrs E L RobertsMr Mrs C B Llndsloy wore made happy lost Friday by the arrival at a baby boy at their homo ee 1Ga0 0 I College Items I s toHERE AND THERE o 0 o otloloeoNOCAoMeaorProt Ilorgot have returned from Clay County where they attended a Borca student rally of Clay County at Burn Ing Springs and Institute at Man chester Ralph Patln has returned to Baron to attend school this fall Miss Ada Phillips has returned from her homo In Springfield 0 to re sumo her work as Secretary to Mr Gamble President and Mrs Frost and family have returned from Chautaugua and other points east 1alii Myrna Walker has returned from her home at Dayton Ky where sho has been spending her vacation Miss Lillian Ambrose who spent her summer vacation at Lake Chautauqua returned home last Friday Prof E C Sonic has moved into the house on Bitlll street recently ooeupled by Prof Monnlx Howard Gamble who has been In tho Weflt during the summon re turned Sunday Mr Horace Caldweil who has been in Sunday School work this summer has returned for school this tAlL Mr WhllUinoro Boggs has returned front Sunday School work In the mountains ITtf nud Mrs Robertooa arrived Iin Berea Tuesday morning from Cal hernia having iptut a week on the train GMKV Lamp arrived in Borea Tuesday to be in school this year Mr Howard 15rut former Dana student U spending the week with frleuda hero Miss Anna fleece has arrived in Barva from Boole West Vlrclula pro Faulkner and wife formerly ot Barboursvlllo arrived In Berea Monday Prof Faulkner graduated last year from tho Harvard Divinity school Prof Robertson will occupy the house whore Miss Douglas lived last yearAlfred Mccso arrived in Boron Tuesday night from his homo in DostonI 3 This is Mr Downs last school here Ll INTERCOLLEGIATE TRACK MEET Ono feature of the Kentucky State Fair September 1419 which should be of special interest to the college students thruout the State is the InterCollegiate track meet which will bo held on Collegu Day Septem bcr IS- Seven of the largest colleges in the State are to be represented in tho four events which go to make up tho colleges intcroit in the State Fair Tho events are as follows 100 yrrd dash 440 yard dash onemile run end onemile relay Tho sev en colleges are Central University Boron College Transylvania University GeorgeI Bethel College There will be from fO to 90 athletes to take part in the events which will be hold In the new 1100000 pavilllon The track meet is expected to be the heat ever held In the State before as more interest Is being tak en by students of the various colleges represented and Mr Kustalne man ager Is more enthusiastic than any previous manager Boren is well represented and the boys are expecting to tarry oft some 1 N UZPFUse Zarings Patent Flour And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE 511 1R Jbratber Successor to Gotten Grocers Company pbonc 184 noain Street Opposite Gltisen Office of the events as our school has some very good runners and they are get lirg the spirit that wins Wo are second in number of entries State University being tint Many Berea people who are Interested in the beys are going and besides the train fare is nearly half prlco for round trip and tho fair will bo better than over before Everybody go and display your col ors and stand by tho boys How to Care For Polished Tablet Sometimes there are ways of doing things that ore so simple that we for get to employ them Hero is an Instance The polished mahogany dining table is a source of some anxiety und taro in many households An easy matter It Is to keep It bright nnd un spotted If after each meal you wash it with cold water using a sponge Then dry and rub briskly This keeps tho table top clear and bright and tree from that greasy look so often seen upon tables in even well regulated households White spots sometimes appear upon tbe polished surface of furniture Just remember that you can readily remove such a spot by rubbing with a cloth moistened with alcohol This will not mar tho finish of the wood How to Clean Wooden Floors Many times when there fs a largo grease spot on the floor It Is hard to remove It with soap and hot water Ful Icrs earth will remove tbe most obsti nate grease spot Dissolve some dry fullers earth in a small amount of hot water to the consistency of a thick paste Then allow tho earth to grow cold When It Is cold spread It on the grease spot thickly and allow It to remain on all night or for several hours When thoroughly dry scour It oR with cold water Should the grease spot bo deep It may bo necessary to repeat the process once or twice How to Prepare Ice For the Sick When Ice U broken In small piece toady for use in the sickroom It melts rapidly Keep n large piece In n basin or pall and cover with several thick bosses of newspaper and break off tho pleeoa as needed They can IKS broken kIlT also desired and with llttlo noise simply by sUcklng tho point of a darn Ing needle Into the leo and topping It with n thimble MISS DOUGLAS BETTER Mlsa Allco K Douglas whoso sick nose this summer has been a source of anxiety to thousands of students who have known and loved her dur ing her eighteen years service at Berea is now on the upward path all will bo glad to learn An operation was performed last Saturday and in spite of her weakness from long ill ness was entirely successful She Is now recovering rapidly Tho doctor says that before Christmas she will have better health than she has had for years She will ot course not her in her place during tho Fall term but Is expected to bo back for tho winter MADISON CO FARMERS INSTITUTE wU be held in Beroa October 16 and COWltlIouldeducational feature In farming Remnmber the date October 18 and 17 JUDGE FAULKNER THE MAN Olin Ky August 15 1908 Dear Editor Will you please allow mo space to write a tow words concerning our circuit judges race as it is time wo should wako up to a full sense of our duty especially the temperate moral citizens of Jackson County Those that would have civil quiet times at all tlms and places at home at church and every public gather- Ing There was a time and that not many years ago when wo could not enjoy those things But what was tho trouble Well I can tell you Whisky was afloat In all our land and we could see a drunk man on every side Now it is not so But to whom shall wo give tho honor for this We are bound to give It to Judge Faulkner lie did I this for us and we cannot deny it Then should we not vote for him ehould wo not risk him rather than some ono else untried 1 have no doubt that Mr Lewis in a good man and would make a good judge but let un stick to tho I have all the new st yles in Fall Hats For Ladies and Children Mrs S R Baker PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY HOT or COLD You Need ICE or COAL We have the Best of Both Ice delivered daily All Grades of Domestic Coal Both at Lowest Possible Prices G D Holiday Co I PHONE Day 169 Night 71 BEREA KENTUCKY 4 it man who has done so much for us sealthekayo a quiet peaceable time Jet us at least have them a few more cars I think that every man that will think right of the great work that Judge Faulkner has done In putting down whisky and every man that endorses temperance will vote for him And I think when they do this they will bo doing the right thing Another thing ho ban done be has stopped so much carrying of pta tols and shooting on the public highways Wo all know thin to be true and while we have It stopped to such a degree now la tho time to keep on fighting It I know of no better weapon to tight it with than Judge Faulkner Of course every man Lan his faults Judge Faulkner has his and so does Mr Lewis Mr Lewis has made a good Common wealth Attorney This can not be denied and no doubt he is better fitted for that place than he Is for judgeJudge Faulkner is a man that stands for what he believes to be right Ho gives the poor man tho same chance as the wealthy which U not so with every Judge In most cares the poor man is punished while the man with money goes free Such things ought not be So I will leave tho matter with you for your careful consideration hoping you will see the point as I do and begging your support for Judge Faulkner I remain Yours very truly Thomas Morris Public Sale Having bought a farm in the state cf Indiana I will on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1908 sell to 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 plantation mare mules 3 oneyearold ex tra sugar plantation horse mules These 17 mules are 14 to 15 hands high and coat from 70 to 100 last fall at weaning time one pair mare mules six years old 17 hands 1 inch high weigh 2800 pounds well broken one mare mule 3 years old well brok en one pair horse mules 4 years old 16 hands high well broken one gcod jack nine years old 15 hands und 1 inch high one good brood maro 10 years old colt by side and In foal gentle for ladles to drive not afraid of steam or automobile one good brood mare 12 years old colt by side and in foal to jack well broken to work some yearling colts and flues a lot of two and three year old fillies trotters nnd com bined a lot of brood mares and SI head of extra feeding cattlo will weigh over 1100 pounds a lot of good yearling steers some extra goodInine good brood sows five stacks of tlmcthy hay a lot of balled hay il0 acres of corn to be judged in the field and some can be fed down 5 bushels of good need wheat half IntercJt in ten acres of tobacco 40000 tobacco sticks Sale to begin at 6 n m sharp D Ramsey Paint Lick Ky W P Prewltt Auctioneer BereaKy FOR SALE One good farm of 55 acres lying on Richmond and Irvine road 1 miles from thriving little town of Panola H 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 born and all necessary outbuildings 18 acres Um ber part in gross All this with dear title for the small amount of JCOO on cash For particulars write Sam Cox Punola Ky FOR SALE 300 acres of good land well water ed and timbered and containing dwelling house and oat buildings Call on or address J B Rowlett Sturgeon Owsley Ky FOR SALE Sixteen acre form with house barn and garden and fruit trees 11 miles from Berea price 500 About six acres with house one mile from Berea prlco 325 Call on or write Tea Williams Berea Ky LOSTI I A pocketbook containing 3 five dol lar bills a two dollar bill and 3 one dollar bills also some silver and watch key I will pay a liberal 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newdealerI1UNIICoy Union Lock Poultry FenceSqotr ckw tnth Tt Mrrlc b fee on tea tnratt fur irniUry fftMi = lad Kftrdni kod tl BO rrur coit lhao etUloc Write for uttUoc ot teas tat f r ill ptrpcwM- UVIOK sea CO DtXAlb nt Kacut City stn REVOLVING WRITE 1 3 SAMPLEMltt stIEKALD ILL KANSAS CRY MO I DESSERTS FOR HOT DAYS How to Make lees and Creams With Summer Fruits When it comes to summer desserts the lee cream freezer shows to its full advantage says the June Delineator Literally hundreds of Ices and creams can bo made nowadays many of them with the least possible trouble If only one owns the most useful household utensil The plain vanilla cream which the beginner should learn because It Is the basis of so many others is made by this rule Scald a pint of rich milk or thin cream with a cupful of sugar Cool flavor and add a pint of cream plain or whipped and freeze This can be varied Indefinitely by adding summer fruits CrUsh a quart of andIstale cake crumbs and some chopped nuts or flavor with strong coffee or melt and brown tho sugar you are to use and add that and have a caramel J ice cream For a plain ice which is the basis of all ices bon a cupful of sugar and two cupfuls of water to a smooth sirup Add fruit juice or lemon or both Strain cool add two egg whites un beaten and freeze A little lemon juice is always really necessary with other fruits to bring out tho flavor Pineapple can be picked up very fine or put through a press and added to the plain ice when it Is half frozen or currant juice may be put In or sap berry juice or Indeed anything one happens to have at hand StellaA dreadful experience you aay7 DellaYes I saw a bargain in shoes when I hall a hole lnmy stocking New York Sun 7 It The Citizen ft family atwspipar fr ill that Is right true and Interesting rvblUhed every Thunder it Bere Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Unlay Frost Editor and Minis Subscription Rates MYABL8 IN ADVANCB- O e Yeer IIM Sia Months d Thm Month M- ReedI money by Portoffice or Kmptr M Money Order Drift KeglMerrd Letter or oat lwa Mil ittmp The date fter your nine on teed show t- Mbat e date or luMcrlptloa la paid If It U not within thiee ttU ltu tto wml 1nled camber will M madly rap nc4 U jtt Pine prratami cheap with saw gubscrlptloni and prompt renewals Sand tor Premium List Liberal term plea to any who obtain ew fr us Any out Kadlec to tent r1ptloal can recitveTbe CiUata frtl one titrates oa application jnNcriplioll Nuna or CJY PRESS ASSOCIATION J There aro now not tar from 60000 k miles of railroad under block signal operation nearly 10000 miles of which has been added within a year and a half Commander Peary has not yet made up his mind whether after he reaches the north pole ho will find tho south pole too or stand asldo and give somebody else a chance In Pittfiburg a Salvation Army offi cer stood In a coffin and delivered a sermon Plttsburg lovers of the grew some therefore were not obliged to buy a ticket to Laporte Rita tho English novelist recov Iered damages becauso an editor changed and cut a serial story that she had sold him but that wont help the dally newspaper spacewrlter a bit Some of tho college students are i beginning to reallzo that If they had f not taken such a lively Interest In I football last fall the final examina j dons wouldnt have proved so serious An English explorer declares that the north polo Is shifting Its ground j Perhaps It finds Itself hardly pressed by modern expedition and enterprise and this Is the way it Is escaping discovery The Philadelphia doctor who de dared recently that tho buttercup was the causo of measles and now rises again to remark that It Is also respon I sible for cancer obviously has no poetry In his soul Here art some Interesting figures by tho New York Herald for 1givenof gas meters In three mouths 2805 meters tested after com plaint 524 were correct 1820 were J fast and 661 were slow 1 A minister in New Jersey Is telling wives not to boss their husbands enIagainst the most primitive In 1atlncts of tho eternal feminine In this country the death rate among the miners Is 34 to every thousand employed In Belgium in 1906 the number was 094 In Great Britain it was 129 In Franco It was 84 in 1905 and in Prussia it was 18 in 1904 I Certainly there are plenty of auto moblllsts who run carefully and re spect public rights But that does not make it any the less painful for tho man who Is knocked down and killed by one of the reckless percent age l1ly observation tells me says George Meredith that tho minor i work of the present day is altogether r superior to that of the mid Vlctorlan E timeand before it But how about masterpieces asks the Boston j Itho Is England coming tl7 In l there are families living on boiled potato parings and of the total number of 72127 deaths regls tered in London last year 28723 took place in workhouses hospitals or public lunatic asylums L t A scientific expedition Is to start from Massachusetts to seek for fos I ails in tho Antarctic circle This is a I long and toilsome wuy to go consider log how many fossils can be found nearermuch too nearerhome re marks the Baltimore American A Chicago physician Is now In the limelight lecturing about tho absurdity of the feminine costume This sort of- thing apparently Hives the men a cer tain amount of amusement and neither inconveniences nor discontents wom ankind in general Therefore no one really objects to what is a harmless pleasure A mens church has been estabi lished In Atlantic City which It Is hoped will be made popular both through Its positive and negative qual ities The positive virtues aro pipes cigars and moving pictures through the sermon The negative virtues are the absence of Merry Widow hats and general feminine frivolity The idea of the enterprising mind which started these unique services sug gests the Baltimore American is that evidently it is far better that men should smoke here than whets they reach the hereafterI r r i GospelSongs They Must Be In CHARLES II GABRIEL Inythe Now Famous Glory Soot IThe requisites of a gospel song arc First the hymn must be constructed intellectually and spiritu ally second it must not ben mere rhyme of one thought it should begin with a declaration of sub ject which it should dissect segregate and present intelligently consecutively and with and every thought incorporated from start to finish There arc usually three stanzas of four or more lines each The corresponding lines in these stanzas must have the same numbor of syllables anti the accent must be uniform and identical every word and lino should be a factor and not a filler In these circumstances can you not readily see and understand tho difficulties of keeping out superfluous and meaningless words tho vital point of attack by the critics Even with their skill and learning Wesley Watts Kcble and other of our old writers mado uw of these and our most cherished church hymns are spotted with them Next to the hymn if not on equal ground with it comes the music A gospel song will not succeed unless it has distinctive melody Especially is this true of songs for children and young people and the moro mole dious they are tho more popular they become and consequently the moro good they accomplish The music should be written to the words and not the words to tho music I know a few wouldbe writers who grind out melodies for which they employ wordtinkers to furnish rhymes of suitable meter at so much per tinker yet I never knew one such song to become popular If there ia a dividing line between the sacred ana secular I think these pieces hold that distinction The distinctive note of sacred and secular music clearly defined and well understood How one fills tho soul with awo isI reverence and the other fills the heart with fire and enthusiasm t As illustration of the first mentioned fact let me tell this incident In a certain town a party of young people were waltzing when the orchestra modulated into The Glory Song Presently one couple took their seats then another and another until not a dancer remained to keep stop to the music and a solemn hush fell over tho assemblage This was reported to me by an eyewitness and I can vouch for its truthfulness a aa Scienceof Holi daying By ANDREW WILSON sated EmUih SdtaUiL aaaoas Most of us take our of leisure time and enjoy it without much or any thought to the method of employing the set apart for bodily re cuperation If there exists science of holidaying at all its terms arc sealed book to the bulk of mankind Yot it would be strange indeed if time proper enjoyment of wellearned rest formed topic or con dition which lios completely outside that reign and domain of law whoso influent is so marked in all other affairs connected with our health and wellbeing For ex ample the enjoyment of a holiday must depend to certain extent upon climate and as any one climate cannot suit everybody alike we may note in this fact alone tho initial stages of system which would seek to insure that each of us selected the resort whose conditions most closely corresponded to his needs Lying altogether julsido the popular discussion of holidays there is field where un questionably science has to be appealed to by way of determining tho proper place and method of enjoying rest This field is represented by the medical phase of holidaylife and by the relationship of the doctor to the cure of disease by conditions There next looms before us the question of the most advantageous fashion in which our holiday time may be spent I think one may fairly urn up this phase of tho matter by assuming that the law of contrast should here prove our most trustworthy guide By this law one implies that the holiday life should be lived in as complete contrast to tho ordinary working as is possible There is great wisdom in such declara tion It is founded upon the idea justified by all we know of physiological conditions that the rest and invigoration of one sot of faculties is largely favored and aided by the employment of others which in an ordinary way lie more or less fallow Your sedentary man tied to his office will benefit most greatly from his walking or his cycling tour from his yachting if he can take a hand at the ropes from his tennis his boating or other forms in which his physical energy may be used and thus stimulated to renewal Your active nan on the other hand who day by day toils with bone and muscle who travels and moves about in the pursuit of his business stands in different position For him the lazy holiday is the prescription of sci ante lie will impart tone to his muscles by rest and if he enjoys his novel or his volume of adventure end thus captures the thoughts of other men he will benefit by the contrast of his leisure so spent to the life he leads in the workaday world Evil of- Unwise LawMaking By J N DICKINSON- PmIJtal el the Amtrlcu Bt All clttloa tellectualand Spiritual continuityeach period giving best period a a a a a bodily a climatic existence a a While youth inexperience and ignor ance constitute no legal bar to political preferment while manhood suffrage is the source of all governmental power while so many of those capable of ruling prefer selfishly their personal pleasures and pri vate interests to the general welfare so long will we suffer the maximum of burdens that como from unwise and unskilled legislation The best that wo can hope to accom plish is to bring about as we have been doing with marked success tho enactment of uniform legislation in the several states Our work will in the main be constructive Wo can accomplish practically nothing in the wayof restraint From the least governed people in the world we are rapidly becom ing the most governed people in the world Our increasing commissions for almost every department of public affairs are making our government stoic and national tho most comprehensive system of bureaucracy over known Time complex conditions of our times in each of their diversified forms are given special treatment and administration This is a prolific Kurco of legislation much of it in flagrant disregard of tho best sane Jaoued and most venerated doctrine coLsNEWIUS CHOSEN NEW JERSEY MAN MADE CHIEF OF THE GRAND ARMY ONLY ONE BALLOT NEEDED Other Officers Are Elected Mrs Gill man of Roxbury Mass New President of Womans Relief Corps Toledo OCol Henry M Novlus of Rod Hank N J was elected com tnnndcrInchlef of the Grand Army of tho Republic Thursday Tho election occurred on the first ballot which gave Mr Novlus 4S1 votes compared with 254 for former Coy Van Snot of Minnesota and 90 for U T DIckason of Illinois On motion of the former Minnesota executive tho nomination of the New Jersey man was made unanimousOther were chosen as fol lows Senior vicecommander J Kent Hamilton of Ohio junior vicecom mander C C Royco of California chnplalnlnchlcf J F Sponco of Ten nessee surgconlnchlcf O Lane Tan nchlll of Maryland Col Ncvius a native of New Jersey was studying law with the late Rus sell A Alger of Michigan when tho war broke out and enlisted from tho state with the Lincoln cavalry Ho rose to a commission with the Seventh Michigan and the Twentyfifth New York cavalry regiments and lost an arm in front of Fort Stevens when the union army was engaged with Gun Early Tho Womana Relief Corps elected Mrs W L Gillman of Roxbury Mass presidentMarch of the Veterans Toledo OIor an hour or more Wednesday the great parade of the Grand Army of the Republic with its attendant throngs served merely as tho background of as dramatic an Incident as has enlivened a political campaign In some years namely the public meeting of William II Tart and his erstwhile rival Senator Jo seph Benson Forakcr The Republican leader and his an tagonlst politically of tho proconven lion canvass mot In the official review ing stand shook hands smiled and exchanged greetings while from thou sands of throats carne cheer after cheer as the significance of tho foci dent dawned upon tho beholders Mr Taft bronzed tiara much golf and some fishing In Middle Bass island ignorant of the Impending meeting arrived from tho Island on Commodore Richardsons power boat Jassamlno at 1030 oclock In the morning mil progress along the streets In an automobile accompanied by Gen Corbin President Lewis of the Middle Bass Fishing club and Mayor Whitlock was a continued ova lion Tho thousands In tho reviewing stand stood when he entered And for some time after he had become seated Then Senator Forakor appeared and tho two shook hands cordially and chatted together Parade a Great Success The parade was remarkable for the absence of accidents and cases of ex haustion and for mho good order which prevailed not only among the dense bulI000 visitors there had been fewer acci dents fewer misdemeanors and less work for the police generally than on any average day of tho year Aside from a veteran who was slightly bruised by being hit by an ambulance there were no accidents and not more than a dozen visited the hospital as tatlgueInumber of veterans 8000 to three times that number but it is doubtful If there I were more than 12000 The various posts marched with half n block between them and the departments were even further apart There was a good ten feet separating each row of marchers and It was this liberality of space which made it require four hours to pass tho reviewing stand Fully half the veterans wore the badges of either Michigan or Ohio Giant Trees Are Saved Sonora CalTho forest fire which threatened the famous bit tree grove in this county has been brought under control and tho great trees aro safe Conslderablo damage has been done to tho big trees but It Is not thought many of them will die from the scorching especially if the fall rains begin early Several of tho dead giants of the forest have been badly burned Wealthy Woman Kills Herself San Francisco Miss Helen Cullen a young woman of wealth who had been ill for soma tlmo swallowed tho contents of a bottle of Iodine and leaped from a lhird story window at tho Waldemar apartments to the courtyard below She died n few hours later Champion Pauper Dies Utica N YTho champion paupar is dead after being a public charge for 85 years Hezoklah Monk was born In tho Herklmor county poor house spent all his days there and died IU that institution Thursday Reform Leader Is Fined Kansas City MoC W Trlckott leader of a recent reform campaign to prevent the illegal celling of liquor In Kansas was lined 500 In the city court at Kansas City Kan Thursday for accepting an Illegal too n A DOG STORY Remarkable Way In Which Terence Saved His Mistress It Is not strange that of no animal In tho world are so many anecdotes rotated as of tho dOll for not only has tho dogs fidelity and sagacity passed Into a proverb but ho of all the four footed creation enjoys the most Intl mato relationship with man Horses wo may know and love for the feline creation wo may have a deepseated fondness but the horso does not join us in our romps he does not enter our houses and lie down with us on our beds tho cat dots not follow at our meals through forest and meadow or guard us during our sleeping hours Ha Shook Over the Child the Water Which Had Soaked Into His Coat No dumb animal has earned for its valor and Integrity such devotion as the dog Stories of dogs have there fore always bran popular especially those exhibiting qualities which more nearly approximate those of man There seems a general consensus of opinion that the story of Torenco U considered unbeatable There was writes Mrs J M Mc Donald of Oxford an Irish terrier called Terence In a family In Dover Ho becamo very muoh attached to two little girls tho younger of whom was about 18 months old who slept In dif ferent though adjoining rooms at the top of tho house Tho elder child slept with tho nurse On the samo landing was a sort of lumber room containing a cistern It was Terences custom to sleep outside in the passage Tho fam ily had long discountenanced this practice but the dog was persistent About three oclock ono November morning fire broke out in the chain ber Immediately beneath that occupied by the younger of the little girls Soon there was a crackling and roar- Ing which not only attracted Ter ences attention and sot him barking but very quickly aroused the other In mates of tho house The nurse was seized with panic She grabbed up time older girl from her bed and evi dently forgetting all about her other charge ran to the window which com municated with the roof whence ap proach to tho next house and safety was attained The mother an lava lid was told that tho nurso had both children safe In tho meantime tho flames had actually burnt through tho flooring and had seized on tho drapery of the bed where the apparently doomed child lay steeping Terence having barked vigorously to no pur pose In the dark now the room was lit up attempted to seize mho child and drag it from tho bed Ho could not manage to lift the weight Thereupon he rushed to tho clstorn jumped In and then hurried back to tbo childs room Springing on the bed ho shook over the child the water which bad soaked Into his coat during his immer sloe In the cistern This ho repeated several times at length succeeding In putting out tho flames which at ono tlmo had a good hold on the bedcloth ing When the firemen forced their way Into the room they found tho child practically uninjured with the dog mounting guard with his wet body over ber- Showing the wonderful memory a dog possesses this story sent by Mrs Gerald Spencer Is very Interesting A gentleman had a Scotch terrier which ho took with him ono spring to some fishing bo had in the North of Scotland beyond Dlngwull On the re turn Journey south the gentleman got out at some small station and the dog somehow in the hurry of getting into the train again was left behind A kindly porter took It home whore his children got fond of it and it was cared for and Do emed happy but every day quite punctually through tho summer heat and tho winter snow the lUta terrier trotted down tho three parts of a mllq from tho porters cottage to the station and met the midday train The people living near said you could tell the time by sector this littlo dark gray dog hurrying down the road every day At last ho was rewarded The next spring his master again returned youth and passed the station Ho saw his little dog which jumped into the train with hint anj they wore borne away to imtbor v A NODLE REVENGE Why Kate Found Rubys Hat 80 He Could Go to Grandpas Ruby hore Is your hat again lying on the parlor table said mamma rather severely giving her tenyear old son his hat Now listen Ruby if ever I find your hat out of place again I will punish you by making you stay at home for the afternoon- I guess Id bettor try and remem ber about that Ruby said a little later to his sister Kate cause when mother talks lIke that she means it hardThe two wero in the nursory paylur when the bovo conversation took place and apparently both wero hav ing a good tine when Ruby jumped up from his play and said Im tired of this Im going out to play ball with the follows Ob dont leave mo alone Ruby Ploaoo play in tho garden with mo Jim Clark always playa with mils sis ter Nup Im off for real uu hand uio my lint If you take mo along Til help yam find your bat the next time It Is lost Much obliged but Im not going to lose It again Kate was loft alone with her thoughts Til pay him back some dal Ill have my revenge A few days later mother came into the nursery and said Quick children get your hats and coats Grandpa has come to take you over to tbo farm to his carriage Oh Jolly cried Ruby Wero In for lots of fun Now whore is my batV berCJreRubyhim quite ready for tho ride Are you coming nowT sho asked her brother Cant find my hat but what do you caro about me and my list youre a selfish creature Ob dear where Is my hatr Kato thought of her resolve for ro range for she know ho had left Ills hat up In the attic behind I trunk but pity for her brother filled her heart and in a moment her wrongs of the other day were forgotten and she rom upstairs and recovered the lost arti cle Ruby looked rather sheepish when she handed it to him saying Ill tv turn good for evil Youre a good unselfish girl Kate and Ill profit by your kindness Their visit to grandpa was made happier by Kales noblo revenge LITTLE MIKES LAMENTS It I Cttikl do lust what I like bald little Miko on day IM rat sweet pepeorn nJc cream And then run out and pia r Id hloe a dog a kit a drum Am would aiirtmmlnc co IxIlwrealorId never fo to bed at night Id stay up lato and play tletpHachAnd for my breakfast I would have An apple pie and alireie Some pickles and a raisin cake And anything Id please Oil It would be so Jolly fine To do Just what I like And then the folks could all call me That happyhearted silks Milwaukee fientlneL SUMMER WORK Hints of Simple Ways You Can Provide Remembrances for Friends I Clothespins are not pretty to look at nor would they bo considered use fun for anything except for pinning clothes to the line to prevent the clothes from bO- oIng blown away But I know of canbeat tho accompanying plc uro and I you will seo how to place tho pins A little mucllago or glue will bo needed to hold them In place firmly and a coat of paint or gilt will add to the beauty of the rack It Is a neat gift to give a friend when you return from time country Boys as well as girls can make this Now I will tell you how to malco a very useful gift for your mother or thisItmany women crochet Irish laco nowadays Procure a pretty corK One rounded at tho top like a champagne cork Is the best On It sketch a rough copy of a crosslooking man Tho thumb of a hid glovo Is pasted on the lop of mho cork for the mans cap ora little red tasseled cap can be mado out of cloth A steel crochet nscdle should be stuck in the cork and tho enougbtoEasy But Not Filling starvingAIIcI take a roll fiRE DESTROYS RAWHIDE NEVI THREE THOUSAND PEOPLE HOMe- LESS AND A PROPERTY LOSS OF OVER 750000 TWO COMMERCIALTRAVELERS MSSING Many Acts of Heroism Reported SupplyHoucesFeared Rawhide Nob Sept iThreo thou A jaorcinjured4760000 Is tho result of n dlsaitrout tiro which started at 9 oclock Friday morning In tho Rawhide Drug Cas building Panned by A gale the tire wapt rapMly south and out to Balloon AVtnuo and up Rawhide avenue to within 10 yards of the Peoples hos plat Over a ten and a half of dynamite wa used In demolishing buildings which la a measure stayed the Hautea pcogros The volunteer Ire depart went of too miners worked heroically tut OB account of the inflammable coo struction of tie bindings they were wojit away like tinder At 11 oclock the basinets portion oi Itauhide was n smoldering mass ot IVIM the lames bring finally cbclnd floulh of Balloon avenue Among the first buildings to go Will Oelllns hardware store which con tamed two tons of dynamlto that ox pJodtd with a terrific report hurling burning planks and boards a great die twice setting lire to numerous build fogs Many pooplo wore slightly in jured tiy flying debris but none Is re juried seriously hurt Many acts of heroism are reported supply1attieeout A subscription list was started sad in a few minutes over 1000 war juttttl ami n relief train started front ItcM at 4 oclock carrying thousand of powda of foed and Veddlag The Ore destroyed tile boUtlne works CIt the Ultiff MlHlag Co mitt hill prop titles and tap Grutt bnslnees oWco the tew on these amounting to 10JM whtoh is the tweet of damage dove the mining properties Plans were well under way tor a reconstruction at a he town before Ute ashes were 1ttwlltchI1 cool urn IrooTbssos and Rustler news I r oftlm flOe saved although the nwKhlrcry of the news plant was do I tnyod TlM ire waa brought uadet cottToi after ttwtroylng the entire LusJsMaa seeUm with the exception ol sae grocery store which yes told all lit provisions and unless food Is rook sd here there will be Mum suffering Two commercial travelers are re JIOrWd to havo lost their lives In the ImnilHg of the ROM hotel but this has not boon confirmed CATALOGUED WERE CRIMES Of First Man Tried In Springfield Riot Cases Pleaded Guilty Springfield 111 Sept 6The first of the alleged rioters who participated In the rcoant race war to appear fw trial waif R0y Young who Friday on tered a pica of guilty to the chargo of burglary larceny arson and riot He coufeaeed to having set flro to many negro homes Young swore that his age was 1C years whereupon Judge Crtlghlon sentenced him to tho Pon tluc reformatory A surprise was sprung when the at torney for Abo Raymor an alleged mob loader Indicted for murder In con nection with tho lynching of Scott Bur ton and William Donogan entered u motion to quash nil Indictments on tho ground that they are faulty George Richardson who wes Indict ed for assault upon Mrs Hnllani and who was later exonerated was Frldny ordered released It was his arrest following a false Identification of hits by Mrs Hallnm that precipitated the riot f Killed In Vehicle Collision Springfield 111 Sept 5Mr and Mrs Thomas D Vredenburgh floclcly leader wero thrown from their von veyance Friday night while driving She wes trampled by tho horse hor leg broken and her body badly bruised but will live Tho horse shattered the buggy of Henry J Iaucr of Armstrong C hoer paper hangers crushed his Lku11 resulting In his death Great Labor Leader Dead Washington Sept 5Frank Pierce Sargent commissioner general of Im migration for over 1C years grand waster of tho Brotherhood of Locomo five Firemen and one of tho most forceful characters in that field of labor Immigration and allied questions In the country died nt his apartments In this city Friday 110 was 51 years old Leaped To Death Hot Springs Ark Sept iA S Waters of Tampa Flu made a spec ocular Jump to death from n third story window of the Now Drcston ho tel Before Jumping Waters toro up a handful of currency and throw it away Just a Joke Clarksville Tenn Sept C Clarence Creek pitched a hay fork at his friend James Miller striking him squarely in the face inflicting wounds wtJch may result fatally Tbo act was committed In a spirit of playfulness TIILETES MEET PRESIDENT OLYMPIAN VICTORS RECEIVED AT SAGAMORE HILL Each Is Warmly PraisedMr Roose velt Tells How Proud He Is of Their Achievements IOystor Hay N YWith a gun from yacht club booming a rous lug welcome tho American Olympic team victors In tho recent events In London eienmod Into tho waters of OjHtor bay Monday for their visit to President Roosevelt When they loft their boat and reached the top of Sagamore 11111 Mr Roosevelt was on his veranda where ho had boon scanning them eagerly for several minutes as they approached two abreast whistling A Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight Jamas E Sullivan the American commissioner was first to bo received by the president He acted as mae ter of curoraonlos presenting each one of his charges In turn The presi deut grasped each one by tho hand and to jach IM spoke u few words uf wilaglod greeting nod commendation Jolla J Uaoa tho Marathon hero had the distinction of being tho first 10 be presented I am proud of you said tho presi dent to htm as be gave him n vigorous haiHtalmke your teat was marvelous You won a trait race and 1 am glad of It- Tewnnlna tho Indian who came In math In the Marathon race pleased the president Immensely I am glad Indeed be said to him that a real original American Indian computed for America rind represented the country abroad It was a fine showing that you made So it was with each and every one of the teem that hnd made the trip and grupldbthe presidents words and ho bad pawod Into tho dining room and par takon of refreshments Mr Roosevelt followed In and then had to listen to omo cheers for himself Some one proposed throe cheers for the greatest president the United States ever bad Theodore Roosevelt and everybody responded Mr Roose volt then addressed the athlotes briefly COWARDLY OFFICERS SCORED Final Report of Springfield Grand Jury on the Race Riots Springfield JIIT1ae special grand Jury called to probe the recent mae war adjourned Thursday night after rw4 ralag 17 snore indictments This makes a total of 11T daring the ses slog Among tht Indictment re tuned Thursday were those agalast tour SprUififleia policemen Oscar Dflhlkarap Joseph rVrendtz George H OUman and George W Dawson They are Indicted for alleged failure to suppress the riot when detailed for that duty Sheriff Warner Chief of Pollee Wll bw Morris Capt Charles Walsh of troep D Springfield and other offi cots ore commended by the grand jury The report condemns alleged cowards among the officials Springfield III At two oclock Tuesday afternoon Mrs IJarl Hal lam signed a statement that George Richardson Is not the negro who assaulted her on the night of August 14 A warrant Is reported to have been sworn tat for the arrest of another negro named Ralph Huston who may be Implicated In the assault It was tho alleged assault charged against Richardson and his arrest and removal to Hloomlngton 111 that pro alpltated tho rOCent bloody race riot SLOOP UPSETS SEVEN DROWN Disaster Overtakes Sailing Party In Penobseot Day Door Isle Me Seven summer vis hors out of n party of ton wore drowned by tho capsizing of a 35foot sloop In Ionob cot bay Tuesday Tho drowned arc Miss Altco Torro Washington Miss Eleanor Torro Washington Miss Kellogg Baltimore Lutlo Kollogg Baltimore Mrs Lucy S Crawly Philadelphia Miss Eliza both G Evans Mount Holyoke semin ary Mass Jason C Hutchins Ban gor Mo The saved Capt Haskell Deer Isle Prof Edwin S Crawloy University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia husband of Mrs Crawloy Hunry B Evans Mount Holyoko brother of Miss Eliza beth Evans New Comet Is Discovered Lake Geneva WIs Director Edwin n Frost of the Yerkes observatory Wednesday night announced tho die covery of a now comet through pho tographic observations made by Prof D W Moorchouso of Drake university of Des Moines Tho presence of tho comet was revealed upon develop mont of threw photographic plates ex posed In three cameras It is clearly defined and has a toll several de Emcee long and was found In the con stellation Camoleopardus remaining above the horizon throughout tho night Moral Crusader Is Arrested Now YorkEdgar A Whitney a former agent for tho Parkhurst socl ety who was Identified with many crusades against police corruption here was arrested Thursday on two charges of grand larceny BIO Sums for Charity and Art Owcgo N YMoro than 4000000 Is loft to charitable institutions tho Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale university by the will of Frederick Cooper Hewitt who died at his homo here last Sunday I FISH INS WIDOW OF FIELD JR WEDS BECOMES BWIDE OF MALDWIN DRUMMOND AT LONDON Simple Ceremony Performed In Westminster Registry Witnessed by Few London England Mrs Marshall Field Jr of Chicago was mar tied nt the Westminster registry alike Thursday morning to Maldwln Drummond second son of tho late Edgar Athellng Drummond and tho Honorable Louisa TheodosIa Punning ton who was a daughter of tho third Lord Mime aster Tbo wedding which was extremely quiet was celebrated In Tho wedding was celebrated In tho little registry omen opposite Duck Ingbam palace The only persons preeent to witness the ceremony wore the duke of Westminster who Is a great friend of Mr Onimmond Craig W Wadsworth second secretary of the American embassy and Mrs Fields two sons The boys have been living In Uagland with their mother since the death ol their father and they are to enter Eaton In the autumn Mrs Field had known Mr Drum mood for about ten years having met him during her frequent visits to Eng land Sho renewed her acquaintance when she came hero after her bus bands death to practically take up her reeldenco and educate her son in an English school To tho world at largo Mrs Drum mead was chiefly known as tho guar dlan and mother of tho Field grand children who aro to receive a fortune of more than 100000000 loft by their grandfather AERONAUT DASHED TO DEATH Falls SCO Feet Defore Great Crowd at Watervllle Me Wntorvlllc MuIn full view of 25 100 horrified spectators assembled on the Central Maine fair grounds hero lato Wednesday Charles Oliver Jonos i wo11 known aeronaut of Hammonds port N Y foil 600 feet to his death Among the witnesses of tho frightful plunge wore Mrs Jones and child and thoy wore almost the first to reach the side of the dying man The aero- naut died an hour and a half after the accident Jones had made an ascension In a dirigible balloon Tho gas bag leaked and sparks from the motor sot tho machine afire Spanish War Veterans Meet lioston Over 3000 veterans of tho Spanish war are gathered In this city for tho fifth rnunl encampment of tho United Spanlsn War Veterans which opened Tuesday The Philippines wore represented by a delegation that arrived by train from New York Tbo chief event preliminary to the opening of tho encampment was tho Sanquat tendered by the State branch U tho Qulncy house Monday night to Walter S Halo of this city tho Com manderinchief Pays Off Immense Loan New York Tho Trust Company of America of Now York upon which a sensational run was precipitated dur ing the financial panlo of 1907 has managed Its business so successfully as to cnablo H to pay off n loan of 125000000 which It then effected Council of Women Meets Geneva The International Coun cilof Women which was organ ized by American women at the Chi cago worlds fair In 1S93 and whoso membership totals about 7000000 representing all parts of the world held Its opening session hero Tuesday Merchant Slays His Brother Philadelphia Pa Following a struggle for tho possession of are volver Harry Splcslo was snot and mortally wounded hero Thursday by his brother George H Sploglo a well kaown lumber merchant Aaron S Watkuts Notified Ada ODefore a largo audience Thursday night Prof Aaron S Wat kins was officially notified of his nom ination as tho candidate for vicepresi dent by the National Prohibition rrrty HORRIBLE MURDER IN BOSTON Man Kills His Actress Wife and DIs- member the Corpse Boston Tho most brutal crime In Greater Boston since tho death of Susan Geary a chorus girl four years ago was disclosed Thursday night by tho dlscovcrey of tho torso of Mrs Honorah Jordan an actress aged 23 years of Somerville In a trunk in a boarding house at 7 Hancock street on Deacon hill this city Later the head and tho bones of the limbs were found in tho furnace of the Jordan homo at Somcrvllle and tho scalp hair and other grewsomo remains were taken from the kitchen range of the house Chester Jordan aged 29 years an actor of Somerville Is held by the po lice charged with the murder and ac cording to tho officers ho made a corn plete confession of the crime According to Jordans confession ho accidentally killed his wife Tuesday night In a quarrel at their homo and becoming desperate over what he had done took a butchers knife razor and shears and cutup tho body and placed the torso In a trunk lie then planned to tike tho steamer Harvard Wednesday night for Now York and throw the parts of the body overboard The fact that tho Harvard was laid off owing to an accident disarranged hk plans and he was obliged to hire a backman to take tho trunk to a Boston boarding house to await a more favorable opportunity The discovery of the crime was duo to tho suspicions of tho backman who notified the police BIG FIRE IN NEW ORLEANS Property Loss Is Between One and Two Mullen Dollars Now Orleans Flro which broke out In the center of the commercial ale tract Sunday afternoon swept over por lions of three blocks destroying a largo number of wholesale houses manufacturing plants and small stores Originating at Dlcnvlllo and Chartres streets the flames worked their way north as far as Conti street and west towards Royal bringing about a loss of between one and two million dollars before they were finally subdued Several circumstances combined to give tho flro a headway which proved hard to overcome At tho time the alarm was turned In shortly before three oclock the New Orleans fire men wore In tho midst of their annual picnic at a suburban park and the engines and patrols responded with a- more handful of men It was fully an hour before the department was In a position to make anything like a suc cessful fight against tho fire and then tho handicap against It was added to- by an Inadequate supply of water Ruined by Gifts to a Town Howling Green O C S Strong proprietor of a private bank In Prairie Depot this county and bon efactor of tho town has made an as ligament Between 80000 and 90 000 la on deposit In the bank Accord Ing to Strongs statement tho assets amount to about 70000 Tho as slsnoes gave bond In 160000 Strongs civic benefactions are said to have boon tho cause of his failure Will Head Farm Commission Ithaca N YDean Liberty Bailey of tho Now York State College of Agriculture at Cornell Unlvorslty jin nounced Thursday that ho bad accepted the appointment of President Roosevelt as head of the commission which Is to investigate the condition of farmers and report recommenda tions for the betterment of rural life Cruisers and Tows Reach Honolulu Honolulu The cruisers of tho Pa cific fleet commanded by Roar Admiral Swinburne finished tho first stage of tho cruise undertaken to test the practicability of towing torpedo boat destroyers when the flagship West Virginia tho Maryland Pennsyl vanla and Tennessee docked at one oclock Wednesday afternoon In the harbor and the remaining vcssuto In eluding tho supply ship Solace an chored outside The arrival of the ships was witnessed by many reef dents of the Islands c- r Round theWhat Is Going On in Different Orb Sections of Kentucky WS MORE PARDONS Art Granted By Kentuckyo Acting Governor Frankfort KyGov Cox pardoned four men one serving a term In the able prison two jail sentences and one who had been Indicted and not tried The untried case Is not a night rider case however but one In which the evidence of both sides had been brought before the governor Garfield Bovine of Mercer county was the convict pardoned having been convicted of horse stealing U C Sullivan jailer of Russell county was pardoned of the Indictment for willful neglect of duty to his prls onorsJames Campbell a rural route car riot of ML Sterling and Ernest Horn brook 1 policeman at the ball park at Shalbyville wero pardoned for carrying concealed weapons W U I McDowell aged 70 of Da vlosa county was pardoned of a one year jail sentence for shooting at with out wounding Tho old man had been whipped by the night riders and one of the men sent to prison for the offense returned home after his term and nagged at the old man until ho shot at him He is a union veteran ARMED WITH A SABER Kentuckian Proclaimed Hitiself Roosevelt Warden of the Star IoulslIIcIAnnounchg that he was Theodore Roosevelt a man who later gave his name as Lcm Crenshaw of London Ky attempted to stab Watchman Fuglt Jones at the post of fleeCrenshaw carried a saber whlth he brandished as ho asked for his mall Who are rout asked the clerk- I am Theodore Roosevelt warden of the stars was the modest reply Cronshaw was enraged when boy- told him that his mall had been sent to Oystor Bay Ho WAS arrested Hatching Parasites Lexington KyAt the Kentucky ex periment station Prof Gorman is ex hibiting specimens of the Apantoloa Congregatus the parasite of the to bacco worm A few days ago a tobacco grower brought to the station a to baceo worm covered with tiny white cocoons Ho wanted to know what it all meant The professor told him to Como again and ho would explain It to him Ho put the worm in a glass jar and the parasites were hatched out to the number of several hundred small flylike Insects They will bo liberated to prey upon the worms and reproduce themselves Ate Mushrooms Three Are Dead Owensboro Ky William Bayslnger and his two sous of McLean county are dead and his wife is in a critical condition as the result of eating what they thought wore mushrooms Bay singer gathered a quantity of fungus growth on a hickory log and took it homo for his wife to cook Bayslnger and his two boys ate heartily of the dish Mrs Bayslnger ate very spar ingly All of them became violently ill in a few hours More Rain Needed Frankfort Ky Kentucky crops gen orally are faring well at this time of the year especially corn which was greatly benefited by the summer rains according to reports made to the state agricultural department and set forth in the monthly crop bulletin Issued Tho wheat growers may have troubla with their fall plowing for wheat unless there is more rain and the ground Is softened up Even averFrankfort KySelling whisky to a sick man without a prescription on Sunday Is not sulllclont grounds to warrant a tilting of the lid In the opin ion of Judge Herndon who fined John Kinney a saloonkeeper 25 and costs in the city court A witness testified that Thomas Possum was cut in a fight and he went to Kinneys saloon to get whisky In order to save Possums life Johnstons Body Arrives Lexington lyAdJt Gen P P Johnston arrived hero with the body of his brother John Fletcher Johnston who died in Washington Tho do ceased was a member of the office staff of the Interstate Commerce Commis stow Ho Is survived by his wife Mrs Emma McCauley Johnston and one son Meredith Johnston Belknap Resigns Louisville Ky Morris Belknap chairman of the Lincoln pike committees of the Louisville Commercial club bas resigned His successor will be named The chairman will deal with the problem of constructing a through pike from Louisville to the Lincoln farm at Hodgeaville Farmers Institute Closet Covington Ky After one of the most successful sessions In its history the Kenton County Farmers Institute closed a twoday session held In Indo pendence Many interesting subjects were discussed Hotel Guests Jumped Paducah tfAn incendiary fire In a restaurant under the Murray hotel at Murray throw the guests into a panic Two jumped from the second story This Is the second mysterious blaze I within a week 1 About State WIFE RECEIVED BULLET Intended For Night Prowler and Was Killed Murray KyThInking his home boo sieged by night riders John F Dal ton a mill operator living near the Tennesseo river in this county fired at R moving object and killed his wife Mrs Dalton was aroused after mid night by some one prowling around She awakened her husband who searched the house Securing a gun ho ventured outside the house after telling his wife to go back to their bedroom She did not do so and came out a rear door just as he fired upon hearing some one run The bullet penerated her head ESTILL COUNTY CHOSEN Hargis Case Transferred Despite Objection of Defense Jackson IyTbo trial of Beech HargU for the murder of his father Judge James Hargls will bo held in Estill county Judge Adams transferring the case to that county The commonwealth had objected to the trial taking place in Jackson claim- Ing that a fair trial could not be had Its motion for a change of venue was granted and Estill county was named as the place where the trial should be heldA motion for ball in behalf of Beech Hargis will bo made by his attorneys Prominent Society Woman Dead Columbus 0Mrs Fred S Brey fogle wife of a wealthy manufacturer of IxHiIsvillc Ky and prominent in social circles In that city who came to Columbus six months ago following a nervous breakdown was found dead In her room at the sanatorium of Dr H A Rodebaugh 71 Winner avenue In the opinion of Coroner Murphy death was dup to poleon which was taken with suicidal Intent Soldiers Shoot 31 Dogs Newport KyCanine howls which have been disturbing the soldiers sleep In tho post at night have now ceased as tho temporary command ant Capt Whooley issued orders to the post ordnance sergeant to dispose of all the dogs In tho reservation of Ft Thomas Thirtyone dogs were ta ken to the ravine near tho parade ground and shot Docket Completed Franklort KyTho docket for the September term of tho court of appeals has been completed by Napier Adams clerk and Is as follows AI pearances civil 155 continued civ- Il 51 commonwealth cases appearances 4G commonwealth cases con linued1 argument cases 17 Totals 470 Cases pending on petition for re hearing 41- Two of Three Arrested Paducah Ky Jasper Garland and Alton Weatherford charged with sub ornation of perjury were arrested in Calloway county and taken to Murray where they gave bond They are ac cased of forcing Will Ingram n self confessed rider to repudiate a con Cession which he made Dr Peter lurk Is wanted on the same charge Miscreants In Jefferson Louisville KyAccording to T D Stivers a city employe who lives with his family south of the city some ene my set pre to his homo while only his 10yearold son was at home Or tho previous night Slivers says he was awakened nnd saw several masked men in the yard Taft BryanAttacked Louisville IyoTafl and Bryan were attacked when tho couuty W C T U listened to a speech by Rev L L Picket state prohibition organizer He declared referring to Tafts relig ious belief that Unitarlanlsm waa equal to infidelity and that Bryan was the sum total of candidate evils CanvassedCo- vington KyTho congressional committee met and canvassed the returns of the congressional primary election and made no change In the figures The result Is Rhlnock 4344 Elllston 3493 Gooch 2761 Hodge 1903 Cleary G9i Nadaud500 Saw Mill Sold Hopklnsvllle KyThe plant of tha Hopklnsvlllo Lumber Co was sold under an order of court following bank ruptcy proceedings It was bid in by W L Cortelyou representing n H Do Trovlllo of this city for 777216 Operation will be continued Wants 1800 For Her Injuries Lexington KyLat January Sophie Reaves became so badly frightened when some one suddenly turned on the steam in W L Pottys tobacco stem met that she Jumped out of a window She brought suit against Petty for 1800 alleging injuries Elks State Convention Covington Ky Judge R O Wit lams Judge MT Shine and Richard J Dlbowskl have been selected by tho local lodge of Elks as delegates to the State Elks convention which will be held In Owensboro October 1 and 2 Clark Rouse Dead Covington KyClark Rouse BO a prosperous Boone county farmer died of heart failure Mr Rouse Is related to Arthur B Rouse who conducted the democratic congressional primary In tho Sixth district cf Kentucky 91 ellIoosoeoooooowuwuww JACKSON COUNTY I t ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce t j W Mulllns of Egypt ICy a can didate for County Judgo of Jackson County subject to the action of the l Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Mauldon Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub ject to tho action of tho Republican party The editor of The Citizen will bo In McKee on court day Monday and will be glad to see as many as possible of subscribers and friends of the 4paper He will bo glad to recleve t subscriptions or renewals and to hear I any complalntn or suggestions and besides would like to shake hands andI f get acquainted with as many sub I scribers as possible j aicKEi McKee Sept 6The County Board I of Education met today In the super intendents office Only four of the six members were present They mado for supplying some sub districts with stoves and ad journed to meet again on the 19th of October Rev Isaac Messier had the misfortune of getting three fin gers Injured badly with an edging saw at his mill at Gray Hawk one day this weekMr Porter and fam ily of Berea have been visiting at McKee this week Rev Culton stopped over night and preached at the church hero while on his way to at tend the Association at Flat Lick ISAAC Isaacs Sept 6We had a good rain today which was very much need edMr Frank Cornelius has sold his farm to Mr Moses EdwardsMrs Louvlna Davis wife of Robert Davis Is very low with consumption Mr Lenox Hacker was thrown by a mule and seriously hurt but is l slowly Improving Three weeks ago yesterday Mrs Lucinda Hunley died i leaving a husband and four children r Iftomourn her lossIt Is reported Mr George Langdon will begin I l 1teach1i1g a singing school at the Isaaa school house Saturday Soptember 12 M1L1JUUU a Mildred Sept 7Qulto a number t of people from Richmond Ky attended the Association at Flat Lick I Friday Saturday and SundayWe had a fine rain here Saturday which badly neededRobert Welch Jr 1was a flying trip to Tyner Saturday IngMI and Mrs Robert Ed and Mr and Mrs Charlie Burch of Island City were visiting at Mr Edwards sister Mrs Betty Moore Saturday night Mr Elias Simpson I of East Bernstadt Ky was visit Ing at Mr Simpsons fathers Sat urday and SundayMr J J Dunigan called at G M Farmers Sunday on f r special business Mr Matthew Burch of Island Creek visited his sister i Mrs Ben Reed SundayMr Williamj Creech and sons did a hustling bus t iness with their water melons during tho Association There Is a consid erable lot of talk ot the Circuit Judges race Mr Lewis seems to be in the lead in this partThe Red Mens lodge at Welchburg is doing a hustling business of lateMr James II Moore has returned from i Cincinnati Ohio and reports a splendid hisIflpictureshow Ho has shown in some counties starting in the city ot LouisIville Ho is the author of Goebel Tragedy and the Trial ot Ca lob Powers besides ho has 7000 feet moro featured films that ho will dis play lIe expects to show at McKee Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights of Circuit Court This is a show we will all want to see A3NV1LLH Annvllle Sept 7Last Wednesday j was regular examining day for pensioners at Wolchburg All the members were present with a full j house of SpanishAmerican applicants andTAssociation at Flat Lick last Fri day Messrs W H Porter of Bcrea r and J R Hays ot McKee were here last Wednesday on to the wife of Willie lcdlOCkAUs1 28 a fine girl Misses Pearl Medlock called on Mrs Maud Neal Sunday evening Charley Da vldson of Peoples was hero yester I day visiting friends Mrs Ilemmy I Eaker is very sick at this writing A new boy made his appearance Aug 29 at the home of Mr and Mrs James Price Mrs John Bryant of Shelbyvillo and little daughter Mary are visiting friends hero for a few I 0- i days Miss Sarah Johnson ot Moores Crook spent Saturday night with Mrs E Pennlngton Mr Albert Johnson and Miss Maggie Dolling of Terrells Creek visited Mrs Poll Akemon Saturday night Mrs Lavina Davis IsI very sick and not expected to but a short whileIEthel Aug 29MIEIJ Martha Size more attended the Laurel County fair last weekIra Wells called at U S G Rices Thursday night Burnett Bingham was in London last week R P Marcum and wife Niram Size moro and wife and Wm Carter re turned from London Thursday where they had been attending the fair Bucking John Vinchcr and Green Hel lard wero thru here last week mak lug photos and Bucking John visited his sister In the Briery Branch Mr John D Rice is about as commonI Mr Brack Banks and daughter of Travellers Rest passed thru hero last weekMr John D Jameson and wife ot Leo County are visiting their daughter Mrs Farmer Couch MrI Farmer Couch la planning to go to Oklahoma this faUMr Rasa Ding ham was the welcome guest ot U S G Rice ono night last weekMrsI P J Mctcalt visited Mrs Salllo Rice Thursday Miss Ethel Couch was the guest of wits Daisy Marcum one night last weetMr U S G Rico went to Burning Springs last week on busi ness Charlie Ferguson who has been In Cincinnati for some time visited Sunday School at this place Sunday Misses Loona Rico and Millie and Martha Mcescr visited Miss Ethel DoW1manSallle Rico Sunday Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely Mr T A Ncoley mado a business trip to Ethel Tuesday morning MIDULK FORK Mlddlefork Sept GElijah AnIgel has sold his saw mil and Into tho goods business we wish him success Mrs Sallla McGuire of Lebanon Jct is visiting friends andIrelatives at this place Tho James Lunsford will begin a weeks I todayMrs1Elizaton for some time has returned home Mrs Seth Hellard ot Savoy Ill is visiting on Indian Creek Green Lake and wife visited home folka Saturday and Sunday Letha Tussey visited her son Joe ot Indian Creek Sunday- J W Angel is planning to start to Berea the last of this month Tha school Is progressing nicely at this place Married August Bth Mr Robert Summon to Miss Ella Cole We wish the a and a prosperous UfeIOllKEN HAM I Green Hall Sept 3Tho Sunday School picnic at the Jackson County Bargain Store was largely attended and everybody had a good time We thank everyone for their good behavI lot and the baskets of good brought to eat We especially thankI Mr Ross for the fine nave and his wife for tho soloMrs John Fowler and family who have been visiting her relatives In Jackson and Owsley Counties have returned to her home at Richmond tyMrsI Phoebe PIerson had an apple cutting Tuesday and got several tubs of np i pIes cut Dan Cook had a barn rals i lug Saturday Bud Wilson one of our road overseers hasnt a hand on his road Do tho peoplo expect Mr Wil son to make this road good hJmselfI tt M Flanery Silas Bud Minter have returned from a fish- Ing tour in Leslie County and inform us they caught fish in abundance Everybody is glad to know that Mrs Becky Jane Evans is back at Berea again Little Dud Hughes son of W N Hughes is some better having been down with fever for several daysThe Jackson Co Bargain Store Is still paying 5 per cent discount on all cash purchases The corn crop Is coming out and looking fine after the recent ralnsJ p Wilson has taken a good drove of cattle to Rich mODdW M Burch had a sale ot his houseIhohtwestE B Flane and Robt Wilson passed thru with a nice lot of cattle Wa are informed Anderson Whick er has sold his farm to Tom Hurst and Is on a trade for Wm Brewers tarm Willie Bowman and wife have got back together and are living on Bunklam Some ono killed a fine dog that belonged to Corbet Evans last week Major Pierson who was ar rested at Borea and taken to Ows ley County jail has filed a bond and Is new outJohn S PIerson C A Venabje G G Madden W B Pierson and Luther Pierson are working for F D Pierson this week laying the the foundation of his new dwelling ESTILL COUNTY DEREA REUNION President and Mrs Frost invite all former Berea Students and all teachers of Estill County to a Basket Plo nlo at Irvine Kentucky Saturday September 19 1908 at ton oclock- a m Tho Berea College Band will be In attendance and lemonade and cof tee will bo furnished to all Impor tant speaking by President Frost and others Singing by Secretary Gamble Como and have a good tine Bring Wellfilled baskets LOCUST URANCTI Locust Branch Sept 8 There was a revival meeting hold at Parks school house the past week and rev enteen were baptized Sunday Tlio protracted meeting at Beaver Pond will begin Monday night tho 14th in stead ot Sunday night as it was an nouncedWIll Gouge of Madison County bought a nice lot of cattle from A R Rose and four cows from IL G Blcknell last weokMr Crate Blcknell of Benson ill is visiting his father Jno A Blcknell of this place Charles Blcknell ofi Clinton 111 is visiting relatives here Dan Hudson of Bewa was among friends and relatives here last weekMrs Florence Howard of Ford Is visiting at Mr S V Kellys Born to tho wlfo ot Raulclgh Kindred on the 2nd an eight sound girl Raulclgh is all smiles nowMrs Jno A Dick noll who has been quite sick Is get ting along nlcolyMr Jno Young Is Improving from a severe caso1 of Anniversarytill Springs October 1 1908 Como everybody and bring your friends CLAY COUNTY Judgo II C Faulkner will address the people of Clay County at the fol lowing times and places in the interest of his candidacy for renomina tion as Circuit Judge Upper Otter Creek School House Sat Sept 127Rm Mouth Flat Creek Mon Sept 14 9amILedford School Mon 130 p m Big Creek Academy Mon 7 p m Jack Creek School Tue 9 a m Barger School Tue 3 p m A J Burns School Wed 9 a m Little Bullskln School Wed 130 pm Onelda Institute Wed 7 p m The Narrows School Thu 9 a m Newfound School Thu 130 p m Road Run School Thu 7 p in Cool Spring School Fit 9 a m Clark School FrL 130 p m Ells Branch School FrI 7 p m Head Crane Creek School Sat 9 am Laurel Creek Howard Store Sat 130 p m Hogskln School Sat 7 p m Dripping Spring Mon Sept 21 9 nm Potersburg Mon 1 p m Hammons school Mon 7 p m Lebanon School Tue 9 a m G W Phllpot school Tue 1 p m Hooker school Tue 7 p m Buzzard School Wed 130 p m Manchester Col Church Wed 7 p m PIney Grove Church Thu 130 p m Shepherdtown School Thu 7 p mIBurning Springs School Sat 1 p m Manchester Court House Mon Sept 281 p m- Everybody is invited especially the ladles 1IUUNINO SIIUXOiBurning Springs Sept 7Tho tunion of Berea students last Satur day was quite well attended Rev Herget ot Cincinnati gave am excel lent address on Tho Fit Man Mary Clarkston visited her parents on her return from InstitutesDora McDaniel and Mrs Martha Howard have returned from a visit to Be reaMrs Hornobys parents Mr and Mrs Tankersly of Laurel are vis lUng herDr Hornoby announces tho birth of his eighth eon Hiram McQuary and family havo returned to Boonevlllc Mrs Abuer of Garrard County has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thou Rawlings Many of our boys and girls will enter Berca College next week at its fall open lngOur County Institute under the management of our efficient superin tendent Hatton and its director T J Ccates Just closed ono of the most profitable meetings in Un history Among Its prominent visitors were Prop Marsh and vrlfo of J3erca Rev Herget and wlto of Cincinnati Judga Faulkner ot Barboursvllle Rev Burns of Oneida and Attorney Rawlings and wife of LondonRobert Clarkston recently from the Philippines was quietly married to Jane Buckner last week At noon last Friday Dora Rawlings passed peacefully away at tYPhOldjShedonna She was tho daughter ot Emit Rawlings and leaves parents broth ers and sisters to mourn her loss Though young In years scarcely elght een yet sho lived such a beautiful life that her friends will always retain fond memories of her cheerful disposition courteous ways and obedient manner R8CKCASTLE CONWAY uPtnI Conway September 1 Sunday School hero is progressing nice lyMiss Ella E Lake visited homo folka tho latter part of last week JOE II Berry visited hie uncle J W MsCollum Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs II E Bullan visited Mr and Mrs J W Todd Sunday Mr and Mrs J R McCollum and family visited Mr and Mrs Robert Llnvlllo Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Parker of Villa Grove Ill are visiting relatives hero Esmcr Slgmon is very slckC P Unvllle ot Berea visited homo folks Sunday BOCKFOIU Rockford September 2Miss Ella a Lake visited homo folks last Satur day and Sunday Several from this vicinity attended tho picnic at Con way Sunday A protracted meeting is boSng hold at Clear Crook Next Saturday and Sunday churchI 6 and 6 Is regular MIWhltoin Illinois accompanied by Mrs Whites brother II E GaddMr and lIe W II Stephens visited Mr and Mrs 0 M Payne Monday 1IOONK Boone September IMr and Mrs W M Brown who have been visiting friends and relatives hero returned to their home at Memlnvlllo Tenn last week Mr and hire John Wren and the widow Mary Wren attended the association at WaSllacoton last weekW S Grant who has been in I Illinois for some time returned homo ono day last weekGeorgo Parker of Illinois la visiting friends and rel atives here III91UTANT- ADisputants September IRnv W J Chasteen preached Saturday night and Sunday at Clear Creek with a large attendance The meeting continue tho rest ot tho week Rev L- It Rowlett will conduct tho services Rev L R Rowlott and son Luther went to tho Association at Wallaceton Wednesday Married Mr Richard I Pennington to Miss Lou Carter of Langford August 27 John Anglin I gave the young folks a social Wednesday night G V Owens entertained a laigo crowd Sunday Mrs E J Row Ittt Is still very poorly iAtirv Gauley September 1There will bo rreacing at Red Hill Sunday September G by the Rev D Parker and Robert Murray Several from hero attended church at River Hill Sunday N B and Theo Parker and Omar Neoly wont to hazel Patch today to work on tho railroad Bon Ponder killed a large copperhead snake near Red mil school house yesterday Louisa Fredericks of Jol lice Is visiting her brother II S Pon der this week All who attended tho Lordon Fair report a good time CUM AX Climax Sept 3ho revival meet ing closed at the N II B church with five added to the church Saturday and Sunday were regular meeting days at tho B C IL 8 B church services conducted by tho i Rev Culton of Richmond Charlie iForsytho and Groasle Rector mado a business trip to Kirkavlllo and Paint Lick Saturday and returned homq TuesdayMr Parklo Scott boa moved his stool ot goods to tho Anglln Bros old stand Mr Moore of Leo county has taken charge of the Post office at Climax end will sell goods at the P Scott standAbe Chasteen was on Dry Ridge Wednes day on buslnMr Arthur Clark and Thos Johnson ot Johnetta was at D G Rectors Monday night 3cpt 2 on buslnoeo Grant York and B Rector aro working for Hays and son at Wlldio at present J W Johnson and U S Jones both of Gooch land wero In Wlldio today on business OWSLEY COUNTY I THAVIiLLKIM MIST Travellers Rest Sept 4Many are planning to attend tho Wild West show at Beattyvllle Thursday Sept 10th Bcacio Pearl Vcuablo of Middlesboro Is visiting her slater Mrs A J Cecil hero this week The Gibson and Hartsock Co is doing qulto a business in our little ham let drilling wells this seasonChas Cecil our merchant is contemplating a visit to Louisville next week Dr J D Herd visited our school IW- itTuedayE S Minter who has been ill since last November Is Improving slowlyMr Hardln Kldd from Mad son county is hero buying ahecep this week INLAXI CITY Island City Sept 4lt Is dry weather at present and fodder saving Is on hand Robert Morris visited F F McCollum Wednesday Sherden Peters left yesterday for Sturgeon H D Gentry left Monday to visit hit BoonevilloSchoolI with largo attendance good order and well trained teacher D G Wood of Jackson Wado Combs of Clay Co was on Island Creek Thursday Frank McGcorgo who was placed in Boonovlllo Jail broke out Wednesday night Ho had several charges against him ono being a felony caso James Anderson of Conklin passed thru this neighborhood yesterday on his way to tho Aseocatlon at Flat Lick Jack son County Monroe Chadwell eft Wednesday for Kolloyvlllo Oklahoma It E Peters has purchased a fine mare and colt of Wm Burch ot Jack son County She Is known as the Dan Bowman mare VIKCKNT Vincent Sept 6 Farmers are bus fly engaged saving fodder at present The dry weather still continues and stock water In pastures has become exhausted A revival meeting which was conducted at this place by Rev Drown and others was a success with something over fifty conversions W DotnerlandLaurel County fair last VeekIr- Harvey Vonablo and Miss Nettle Ma marl their Joys bo many and their troubles fewllr 1 P Caudotl of Tray elere Rest was in attendance at the AuntIto her lingering disease last week and was quietly burled In the Vincent cemetery She leaves an aged husband and a largo family to mourn her death but their loss Is her eternal galnT B Voaablo and Rufus Jack son wore In Beattyvlllo Wednesday on business Mr Harvey Marcum is away In tho fruit business atjiccsont Patrick Mayso has sold his farm to Brine Burns for 100000 Mlnter Day of Bloke passed thru hero Mon day cnrouto to Powell CountyMr Patrick Mayco has gone to Pulaskl County In search of a farm BREATHITT COUNTY OAK HULl Oal Doll Sept rirwln Wedding Mr Willie Peltry and Miss Ltlllo Trent and U Marble and Miss Martha Johnson stopdaughter of Mr Lelson Trent Doth were married at the homo ot Mr Loleon Trent on War Creek Sept 3 1908 Ono couple were married by Rev Felix Pence and tho other by Rev H F Dunagan ot Cor blnMr Boone Peltry and Mr tel son Trent made a flying trip to Jaokson BreathiU on business Rev H F Dunagan ot Corbin and Rev Stevenson ot Madison Co aro hold- Ing a meeting on War Creek at the Baptist ohuroh Rov H F Dunagan went to Holley Creek In Wolfe Co Saturday Sept C to hold a meeting Mr Mlles Halian ot tho Spring Branch fork of Holloy Creek passed thru hero this week speaking and shaking hands with his friends on War Creek How to Clean a Fan To dean n fan ptaco It In a dish fled cover with gasoline Do not attempt to nib the material or the chiffon or taco will in all probability tear apart ProM tightly until too dirt comes out and n fan certainly collects a great deal of dust After freeing It from dust and all blemished put It Into clean gas oline in which there la a drop of blu lag Spread the tau out on a piece of white cloth pin the two points to stretch the material and let It d- After It has thoroughly dried cover with talcum powder highly scented nnd leave for one day This destroys the odor of gasoline and make flue fan n beautiful as now It tho edges are the least worn bind with chiffon ribbon lace beading or a soft frill of lace or chiffon to match tho cover How to Soften Water If ono has an irritable skin and the water for bathing is bard something should be used to soften It limn makes hard water very soft and Is good for the skin A couple of quarts of limn put Into n bag of cheesecloth will be sufficient for nn ordinary bath tub full of water anti iw use will make tho skin velvety and flue Oatmeal barley rice and other farinaceous substances are often recommended for the same purpose either alone or In com blnatlon but bran Is tho cheapest and best of them all Tincture of benzoin added to tho water makes It soft and agreeable A few drops of ammonia usedforHow to Keep Flies Outside nettinglupreventalestoting tho house This new preven tire Is a window box of mignonette It seems that the Insects do not care to face the odor of this charming flow er so that it Is an effectual barrier against their Invasion It sounds like a very pretty Idea and wo may expect to see ugly wire screens entirely dis ranted and the windows decorated with dainty boxes tilled with tho sweet bios loins Pryeserve Eggs Dissolve tour ounces of beeswax In eight ounces of warm olive oil Dip the Ups of tha lingers Into the solution and anoint the eggs all over The oil will pnrosfilledor sawdust and put away In n cool place Eggs treated In this way will keep two years TEST FOR DIAMONDS How to Tell WhenStone It Genuine or Not Few persons writes n London jeweler are willing to trust to their own knowledge nUll observation In purchasing diamond Kvon pawnbrokers who upend their lives In han dltng precious atones are often cheat cd Although to become nn expert is the development of a special gift through years of experience there are a few simple teats which will aid a buyer of diamonds Ono test Is to prick a needle hole through n card nnd look at the hole through the doubtful stone If the latter Is spurious two holes will bo seen but It It Is a diamond only ono hole will IN visible Every Imitation stone which resembles n diamond ttIenulnodifficult to see even a sharp and well defined object through a diamond The single refraction of the gem also al lows one to determine an uncertain stone If the finger Is placed behind It nnd viewed through the stone with a watchmakers glass the grain of the skin will be plainly seen If the tone U not a diamond tint If It Is n diamond the grain of the ikln will not bo die tinguished at all How to Clean Straw A good straw lasts a long time If properly cared for end when trim mings are so very reasonable In price every woman can have stylish lists It she knows the cleaning trick To clean a white mllan or a split straw scrub with toothbrush or nailbrush dipped In a weak solution of oxalic acid and water then with clean water not wet ting more than necessary Then scatter precipitate of sulphur and lay In the sun Hrusb off with a clean brush when dry and your hat will be clean and white A black milan hemp braid or horsehair clean with nap side of velvet dipped lu alcohol and rubbed thoroughly with the tips of the fin gets Illark chip give a coat of bot tie shoeblacking Colored hats clean with gasoline and a piece of velvet Faded hats can be tinted with a dye made of oil paint and gasoline The only remedy for chip hats that are sunburned or faded In to give them a coat of polish or take them to a pro fcnalonal White colored and black lace or net hats can bo cleaned by dip ping the hats without the trimming In clean gasoline and drying outside How to Clean Ribbon Ties For Sheee wornIinexpense a woman wants to them always trim and neat looking and ono way to accomplish this without having to Invest frequently In now ribbons U to launder them whenever they begin to look bedraggled They sboald be stretched out on a fist cur tare and wrubbed with soap and a stiff brush until they are pcrfeHtr clean Holding an end of the tie In each land stretch It tightly and allow the water to run over It until the soap Is finned out Then shake the ribbons well put between two or three till k unIup until entirely dry Apart from fresh enlRg the ribbons the tart of taking them out of tho shoes frequently makes them last longer as It Is not likely that they are put back In exactly tho same way and the strain on the ribbon from tho eyelets does not thus come In the same places each time How to Clean a Clock One woman who doctors her own timepiece advises the following for a clock which refuses to go I Take off the hands the faro tho pendulum and Its wire Remove mt1 et from tile tick wheel nnd the clock will run down with great velocityI ret It go The Increasing speed wears away the gum and dust from tho pin IOIIB the clock cleats itself Put sperm oil en the axles Put the ma chine together and nine times out of ton It will run just as well ns if It lad been taken to the shop If Instead of a pendulum tho clock has a wattj liS copoment this latter can be taken out In nn Instant without taking the works apart and the result Is the same How to Protect Packed Oeddlng bedd9thatret or some other place perhaps for mouths at n time without being looked after Just try this plan before pack ing the box Get n box of cayenne pepper and sprinkle It thick on tho bottom of the box Whoa nil packed put plenty of cnycuno on the top You can rest assured that no rats or mice will want to Investigate that box How to Clean White Marble When smoke has discolored the mar blo mantelpiece nnd busts and start cttcs look grimy from the same cause sift carefully through muslin two parts of pounded common washing soda ono of finely powdered chalk and ono of pumlco stone Make It up Into a paste rub it well In until the stains disap pear To polish wash with fullers earth end water nnd rub well with n chamois leather How to Relieve c Sick Headache To cure n Hick headache drink quick ly a cup of strong catnip tea It prob ably will induce vomiting After the stomach Is well cleared out drink an other cupful of tho tea to quiet and soothe tho stomach How to Keep Violets Fresh Violets may bo kept fresh several lays if at night tho flowers bo covered with paraffin paper nnd tho stems put into a glees of water Then set into an air tight tin pall Keep In a cool place