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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ceoeaeeoeourueauwwnr BEREA PUBLISHING Col iINCOUIUItATIIII e o FROST Min Ir 1 c 2 JMfrrrf ntlht ted NF Herts Kit nommtt o elauuenNreOOOOOOOOOOo o oe Vol X Piro cents n c MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 24 One Dollar a year No J3 I NEWS OF THE WEEK Cholera Killing Thousands Give 10000000 Dinner Prohlblllo Gaining Rapidly Wright Airship Smashed Killing OmcerWork for Peace CHOLKIIA HPIDHMIC IN RUSSIA Vast numbers arc being killed dally by Asiatic cholera which la sweeping thru St Petersburg Unless very radical chaagea are made In sanitary conditions It 1 ImmedIatelyI plaguo will got out of city authorities are lei energlea to clear tho city of the ocourgoIA 110000000 DINNER One man last week gave a dinner which cost him 16000000 besides tho price of tho food Tho man was W IL Sin ger a PltUburg steel magnate and under ouch of tno four platca which wero set for the tour children ho IlutI chocks bonds or deed amounting 14000000 Tho dinner was given In honor of Uio old millionaires golden wedding GREAT PROHIBITION ADVANCE From present Indications this year will show a record advanco In pro hibition During the first sU months over 0000 saloons were closed by the vow of tho people of varloua etatoi At the prewut time according to the census of 1900 thoro are 35 000000 peoplo living In dry territory and 4t600OW in wet territory The recent vote at tho elate olcetlon In Maine shows a growing dotlro there to have tile uuaittoh of prohIbItion Kuboitued again to a vote of the peo I plo AIRSHIP SMASHKD A slight ao cident caueed Uw oomptota wreekag i of tbo atrtWp which has lees break ing all records at Ft Myer and pror oa how unsafe It still U to travel in the air OrvlU Wright the ia vootor of tla macalno waa burly In jured but will recover bet LIeu SclfrWgt of the Sicaal Corpa oC UM Army was kUtod The jnocblna was about 76 feet high when a blade unapiMd off UM propeller and tell Into UM machinery In rich a way aa tc make it UIlUUDabIe It turned end up and fell at once to the ground Mr Wright uaye that UM exporltneou will be taken up spa oa soon u he can get about WORK FOR PBAOB The work to prevent wars sad nil their eoata has been put a step ahead during the week by the meting In Berlin Oar many ota eonsreaa of r i reaentaUvea I of tho parllracnta of tho lending na done Plans for the extension of ar bitration are belnc ooMldered TO MAKB LAWYERS OOODTb1 American liar AaaodsUcu had a recent meeting at Seattle i responded to the wlOeapniaa condemnation of the profession vrhlcli In nowadays conaWered as being rponelble for mush ortmo by advUlng men how they can break tho law Tho Association adopted a new codo of professional ethics which It oI hove all lawyers should keep Ono of the lanln features Is that lawyers lIcr1mltAll lawyow It says should respect tho courts and do all thoy can to keep politics out of tho selection of tho Judges IL Is right according to the now code for a lawyer to act as counsel for an accused person no matter what may bo his private opIn- Ion as to tho clients guilt ho should not attempt to Ingratiate himself Into tbo favor of a Jury by fawning or flattery ho aliQuld not represent Interests before a legislature unless ho docs so openly and no caso should bo taken which would cause a conflict between tho attcinoys duty to his client and his obligation to the law It IS nocdlesa to say that If the law jtjrs over coma to do this there will bo a great Improvement In the admin istration of Justice GREET ROOSEVELT President Roosevelt when ho was about to move back Into the Whlto Houso from his homo In Oyster Day last week gavo a reception to tho frlonda there which was ono of tho most striking over hold Thousands of people gathered to pay1 honor to the man who is about to leave the White house and proved tho deep place ho hair in the hearts of tho people Ho went back to Washington Thursday HARD ON SOCIETY Mrs Jfstor who for many years has been the leader of what Now York calls Its society has flnallyi reUred and In Continued on fourth lge i THE CITIZENI Devoted to the Interests of the Mountatn People NOTES Foraker and Haskell SufferTogetho Now Blood in Republican Cam palgnOryan Still for Free Silvor Congress In Dnapr BRYAN ROOSEVELT FIGHT Following tho Hearst exposures Pros Roosevelt Issued a public letter de nouncing both Qov Haskell and Sen Foraker for Uiolr connection with tin Standard Oil Mr Aryan who scemi very anxious to hold onto Haakol for somo reason sent the President to Hearst who made tho charges 01 In tho court records of Okla hoina whore It Is shown that Haskel prevented his own attorney general from attacking one of tho llttlo com panics the Standard owns Tho prool has satisfied the whole country pacifiedIenemy Is ono of Bryano most Intimate friends and advisors Is still active in tho Democratic canvass Who is the real friend of the trusts anyway BRVBRIDGH OP STUMP Senator Bererldgo probably the most sliver tnkolthopersonally to his speeohos BRYAN STILL FOR FREE SI- LVERA letter of Bryans to James B ROM of Columbus 0 has been discovered In which the Nobratknn rays ho would still favor 161 If con dltions woro tho same as in 1S91 Of eoureo Mr Bryan did not want this 10 pet rat as all the rest of the world knows what a mistake his Ideas OB that Mihject were CGKORHM TO BB OLOSB There is great danger that the Democrats will control the next house of Rep jeaetitaUve A loss of only 2T die trteta by the Republicans GUM give the DftiaoefBts the majority and thereI art more than that number of riots whtoh are adNlttod to ba doubt ful Bvra wltk the ibis Dwnoerat te however little harm eowld be done except to stop lecialatlon aa the Senate will continue Republican and could prevent any foolUh IflfUlaUon DRYANS BIO TOUR Bryan has Jaet finished a long tour thru tho East whisk taw been Lira most suecee tad Iw ever made into that country He spoke to large audlencea and was always warmly gwtted Bxperta agree however that ho fa in no danger of Rotting any electoral votes In that quarter CAMPAIGN PRHTTY COOL There U a pod deal of comment all the country over Uio fact that lover voters are paying so little at tcntlon to the presidential ejupatgu end a good deal of speculation to what It moans Bryan la certain it moana that the pocpSc haw already decided to elest him tfca ho does not explain haw K Ira that aU followers have always been K noisy before and are so quiet now Tko Rojiub Moans aro worried however and are planning to put all tlio hoot they can Into the fight before election Thoy will do most of their campaign lug in October and their heavy pun are beIng rworvod for that time TAFTS PLANS Mr Taft who has boson spending most of at promo writing and preparlng speech1 oa is about to begin his IIpeaklngII campaign and will start ho will begin a second trip In tho West After a couplo of wcokn hero ho will bgeln a aecond trip In the tucky Ho will finish up In tho EastCHANGE IN PLANS There has has been a good deal of criticism of the way Chairman Hitchcock has been running the Republican campaign and front now on other members of tho committee will havo moro authority and It is expected that thero will bo more vim in Uio fight Incidentally Bradley has been drafted into the work for Kentucky tho after his fight against Taft last Spring and tho disgraceful way in which he got his seat in tho Sonata It Is dIm cult to sea what good ho can da ATTACIC ON FORAKER A hard drivo has been made at both Ropub Beans and Democrats by Hearst who charges Foraker and Haskell both with having been In the pay of tho Standard Oil Co Haskell and Forakor explained Foraker has been driven out of the Republican camp aign but Haskoll still sticks Hearst says that tho Standard 011 Is supporting Bryan this time and that therefore he cannot afford to throw Haskell over iI or UP TO MR BRYAN r Mr Bryan is conducting nn able campaign attacking tho weak j spots of the Hupubllean potty with vigor and effect and violently tic I eliding Mr Taft of cowardice and evasion when ho fails to answer at once all the questions put to him Now it has como time for Mr Bryan himself to do BOIIIU answering the questions have been naked time and again affil yet the world waits for his reply Tho ques tions are vital the answers are simple and yet ho is silent about them Is it possible that ho knows that he cannot answer without losing his hopo of election r The first question was naked sonic weeks ago When Cleveland was president the gold reserve which used to maintain the gold stand nrd full below the legal requirements and Mr Cleveland sold bonds to protect it Mr Bryan has Httiickcd him for doing this Now if Mr Bryan should become president and this should happen again would he protect the gold standard which ho attacked Cleveland for doing or would he disregard the law of the land and let the goldstandard fan I II has not answered thiA question yet and it is a very impor taut one for every man that has any business to do or has loaned any one any money The next question isMr Bryan what laws can you get if elect ed l This has only one answer but Bryan has not given it Tho an swer is Nothing Bryan could not carry into effect any of the pol icier which lie is advocating BO loudly nor do a single one of the things which he is attacking the Republicans for not doing He has declured that Tuft could not carry out the good which he favors because the Republican Senate is opposed to them Bryan knows that be a Democrat would have even less chance to carry out these policies because the salve Republican Senate would be there nnd would bo Oren less likely to do things for him than for Taft Mr Bryan hasnot been naked whether it is honest to make people believe ho can do things which ho knows he cannot do but it is a very good question and one he might put in two or three speeches on But Bryan might do harm And this is the other question for him What would you do if elected 1 Bryan would appoint all the cabinet officors What would they do under his direction l The State Department UBS under Roosevelt made the American nation respected theworidoverBryan says he is opposed to entangling al liances What would ho do with the foreign policy of the nation l Mr Bryan Is opposed to increasing the Navy What would ho do about thatnud would ho keep it nnd the army up to a stage of ollloienoy or let thorn fall to pieces Mr Bryan believes in destroying tho trusts Would ho set his Attorney General to suits of all kinds whloh would unsettle business cost millions drive capital out of tho country cud bring ou hard times sad yet probably would acorn plash no good l Mr Bryan might spend an hour or two answering these questions toot This is the situation All admit that there are grave wrongs in the country that we need pro reB8ho legislation and administration of the government Taft iu spite of the division ill the Republican partywill hue H chance to got scone of the imceflwry laws from Con grow eepaefally as the party platform proniwoa thorn Bryan even if his party were united not could not possibly accom pUb anything without the aid of the S nato which will be Rtq ubli can In ndmiuietration Taft has proved hiereelfhis record as well aa his speeches show exactly what IM would do in each of the oases mentioned Bryan has no record of doing anything end lee lies not yet told what bt thinks ha ought to do IN OUR OWN STATE Killing at Danville Revival No moro Striped Convict Suits State Fair Successful DRUNKEN MELEE AT TENT RK VIVAL Darlnc the closing momenta of a Me revival meeting at Moralaad near Danvlllo Stephen Benedict and Samuel Rockwell both intoxicated entered tho tont and started to mako snort of the meeting Severn men tried to quiet them and atatnpted to rut them out They objected and In the contusion which ensued some ono fired a shot Uoth Intruders then drew their realvOfS and fired rack likely Into tho crowd Town Marshal Farrell was summoned hb such haste that ho forgot his revolver When he attempted to arrest tho men they shot hIm In tho leg and tho breast Altho fatally wounded ho retained his proaonno of mind long enough to swear In twenty men as deputies Those men captured Benedict but Rockwell escaped Several people were serIously Injured Physicians ndl11ustonVl1o NEW JAIL SUITS Under a reform which Is to bo tried at tho State prison tho old ctrlpcd suit will soon I disappear except for thoso convicts who are unusually bad Plain gray suits much like thoso used outsideI will bo given to each man on en tering nnd ho will keep thIs un less ho breaks tho prison rules habl tually In which case ho will have to wear stripes Convicts will also bo I given knives and forks In addition to the spoon with which they have had to oat every thing up to tills time Also from this tlmo on no pa I roles will bo granted to a man unless iris conduct has como up to a high standardFAIR A GOOD ONETho State Fair which was held at Louisville last week proved ono of tho most success ful over given and was greatly enjoyed by tho thousands who attended NEW MOUNTAIN PAPERTho London Dqmccrat Londons new Dem ocratic weekly was launched last week It Is published by Messrs John Pearl and Nat D Sowcll and is a bright clean newsy six column four page paper Wo wish tho Dom ocrat and Its management tnuchBUO ceaeBRBATHITT COUNTY SHOOTING t I Sherman 00AI slot In Uio bonk by a negro Sunday night aa he was returning to JUa homo near Jackson Ills physicians believe tho wound to be fatal Tko negro la In tile Jack son Jail nlHeantdent T I Hiegep were in on their awaking trip LoulvlltoI Hearst apeeoh was chiefly on Bryan whom ho doolarod was the most corrupt of all politicians MOONSHINER CAUGHT Richard Freeman an alleged moonshiner la Leo County was caught last week by U S Marshall Mays who first brought him down with a dumdum bullet tho without wounding him POSTAL THIEVES HELD Frank Chapman and David Elliott Jr were bound over Tuesday to the Federal Grand Jury by U S Commissioner Geo C Mooro upon tho charge of breaking Into nnd robbing the Viva Postofflco in Laurel County on tho night of September 1 MANY SUFFER FROM DROUTH thIsIcoasts The mountain regions are suffering less than any others The Blue Grass is iu much worse condition In this state and in somo counties stock is dying for water and the pasture is all gone and there Is hardly enough for peoplo to drink In all parts of the state Into crops are neatly dead and there Is a serious crop shortage threatened In many I places the drouth is saId to bo the worst since 1854 In Eastern Ohio West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania conditions are even worse In some parts there has been not a drop of rain for 2 months and in somo towns tanners sell water instead of vegetables water bringing eight cents a gallon Many j mines and manufacturing plants have been shut down The Susquehanna I River Is the lowest It has been slnco 1S03 There are many forest fires I raging and no let up is in eight Tho Ohio River is so low that a half grown buY can wadQ acrcos It in many places There was some hope late last week that a storm which has been hover lag Over tho Gulf of Mexico would come norttj but something interfered and the weather forecasters say that Just now there Is no sign of rain oIg Let Using rnrnrnrnrosoraNOroronn copyIJEREA POLITICAL prooflot tinyinclude e Idle Money4 e Idle Money does not C7r avarfd it may be Ioftd + t t yJllrtfCarried your poclfet you may Lose Hand you 1arc constantly tempted to Spcnlf it for something you do not 1T- One Dollar deposited in our Savings Department and tloft there one year will earn 4 cents tI t 5 will earn 25 will SrtSso will earn 5 too will earn 404 Ci eWhy not begin Now One Dollarwill open your account BEREA BANK TRUST ol icpjlalStock 5000000 f t J W STEPHENS Cashier + e NNNANNYeeA M M IG A R PICNIC On Saturday last the usual G A R picnic was hold among the trees in Prof Dodges yard The Womans Relief Corps and Sons of Veterans un- Ited with tho Grand Army post in making arrangements It was hold two months later than the average tlmo of previous years Prof Dodges flag was run to the top of tho flag pole Tho poet flag was spread over tho bank of honeysuckles near tho gate A profusion of flags at tracted attention tho porch and on the trunks of trees Ten long tables placed in the shade were covered with the bountiful provisions Both cistern and sulphur water iced was abundant with cups at hand A varied literary program wan presented In tho forenoon and afternoon Qarnost but orIcy talk were given by Prof L V Dodge Lewis Sandltn Sohuyler Browning Horace Yates Jail M Gabbcrr Mrs Mary 1L Dodgo and Mrs K U Putman bliss Tllllo Cook rendered a recitation whIch was moet highly appreciated A group of some twenty children from Miss Etta Moores school furnished a pleas ing program Secretary Gamble gave several vooai solos On the whole n idly Your Business g Keep Pace With By Adver S o c I 1008 looked denied high bringing t about in earn 202 1 up around it the testimony seems to bo concurrent that this was ono of tho most en joyable and wroflUjlo patrotlc rallies of the series which has now extended over sortie six or eight years General LeVant Dodgo left Berea in the night of Monday last for a months campaign In Northeast ern Kentucky to Include a trip thru all the counties of the Big Sandy region Ho hopes to encourage ex isting posts and to orgadlze some new ones His Itinerary Is so arranged aa to Include the reunion of three regiments TAFT CLUB FORMED A William H Taft Voters Club was formed hero last Friday night at a mass meeting of the Republican vot era of Berea held at tho public school house After music by tho College band there wero speeches by Gen L V Dodge Pres Frost and Judge Coyle Wright Kelley was unanimous ly elected president of the club Gee W Shockley secy and J W Steph ens treasurer The meeting was a lively one and gave promise of a deep Interest in the campaign Judge You are acquitted Prisoner to the juryVery sorry gentlemen to have given you all thIs trouble for nothing n n f rlN iN1Y1 acne 0CM Jj HERIDO YOU REMEMBER WHEN YOU WERE A CHILD AND WERE YOU EVER A5HAMED BECAUSE YOU DID NOT HAVE NICE CLoTHES WHEN YOU WENT TO SCHooL IF YOU CLOTHE YoUR LIT TLE MARY JANE J WELL THEY WILL STUDY THEIR LESSONS BETTER WILL IT NOT BE WORTH WHAT DRESSES COST TO HAVE THEM LOVE THEIR BOOKS WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT LITTLE MARY JANE5 AND BIGGER MARY JANES WEAR BRING THEM IN AND LET VS RIG THEM OUT CHILDREN ARE WELCOME AT OUR STORE COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More I o- s err I gogJIAMP1o fPLACEJ1y IAMMLLPAMISU IlJ1llJPQP JlJjjJff i6twlfllflilf Z lGBIlgbF27 row +wvrx ar rFr rem SYNOPSIS A detachment tihe Eighteenth Infantry from port Bothune trapped by Indians In a narrow gorge Among them lea stranger who Introduces tilmnelc by the name of Hampton also Olllls the poet trader and hll daughter atllls and a majority of the soldiers are killed dur Inc a three days siege Hampton and the girt only escape from the Indiana They tall exhausted on the lama A company of the Seventh cavalry IJeuU Brant In command find them Hampton and the girl atop at the Mlnera Home In Qlencald Mrs Dully proprietress Hamp ton talks the future over with Miss 011 Us the Kid She shows him her moth r ers picture and tells him what ahe can of her parentage and life They decide ahe Mrs lIerndon Nalda the Kid runs away from Mrs Herndons and rejoins He Induces her to toowithof cards lie announces to Red Blavin that be has quit and then leaves Glen caM Miss 1lioobo Spencer arrives In Olencold to teach Its tint Mss spencer meets Nalda Rev Wynkoop etc She boards at Mra Herndons Nalda and Lieut Brnnt again meet with out his knowing who she Is She Informs him ot tho coming Bachelor club ball In honor of Miss Spencer Lieut Brant meets Silent Murphy Cutters scout He reports troublo brewing among the Sioux Social difficulties arise at the Bachelor clubs ball among the admirers of Miss Spencer Lleut Brant meets Miss Spencer but she Is not his acquaintance ot the day before She tells him of Nalda and he accidentally meets her again as he Is to the ballroom with a tan for NaldatomeInforms him as to who she is and that ahe ls to meet Hampton Brant and Hampton meet Hampton informs tho lieutenant that his attentions to Nalda must cease and proclaims an authority over her that Justifies the statement Brant tells Hampton of the presence of Client Murphy and of the fact that Red filartn receives messages for him Miss Spencer called on Bob Hampton Tells him of a redfaced stranger hils taking her for Nalda Hampton Inter Iewa Red Slavln Finds that he Is an ex trooper in tho Seventh cavalry It was 6U tins and Murphys tesUmony that more than ten years before had convicted Robert Nolan then a captain in the Say enth of the murder of Moj Brant Sr Hampton attempts to force a confession front Slavln Slavln Insists It Is Murphy he wants and Murphy had left In a ecufflo Slavin is killed by a knife thrust surrenders to thick Masonmarshal Mob attempts to capture him Mason and his prisoner escape to a hilt and defend themselves Mob lights fire to burn them out Brant tells Naida that he 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 the fires set by the knob Brant carries the unconscious rambler through the lines of fire lump ton Is taken to the hotel and Nalda comes to nurse him Miss Spencer accepts the heart and hand of Rev Wynkoop Brant Is ordered to take the fore he goes Nalda tells him she loves him but cannot become his wife or offer an ex to7ierat as one man who can clear Capt Nolan of tho charge of murder of MaJ Brant 13 years before Hampton arrives at Cheyenne after liirphy had left with dispatches for Cu r follows the scout determined to from him a confession Comes within sight of Murphy on the edge of the Indian country Murphy Cyclically confesses to the killing of for which Capt Nolan was convicted and sentenced to dismissal from penltentiIT troop guarding Ousters pack train on Big Horn rescues Hampton and Murphjr Hampton Insists on going on to oln and deliver the dispatches CaptNolanhis father Murphy now Insane could clear Capt Nolan of charge If he recov ers his mind Leaves package of papers bearing on the subject with Brant when he to join Custer The story of the first days fighting on the Big Horn Brants troop In charge of pack yotnsCusterHamptonkswith the old regiment and the request is granted CHAPTER XXXIVContinued Nor was It long delayed Scarcely had the troopers recovered refilled their depleted cartridge belts from thoso of their dead comrades when the onslaught came The soldiers waited their coming The short brownbarrelled carbines gleamed at tho level In the sunlight and then belched forth their message of flame Into the very faces of those reckless horsemen It was not In flesh and blood to boar such a blow With creams of rage the red braves cvrerved to left and right leaving many a dark warbedecked figure ly- Ing dead behind them and many a riderless pony skurrying over tho prairie Exultant over their seemingly successful repulse the men flung themselves again upon the earth their cheers ringing out above the thud of retreating hoofs We can hold them here boys until Reno comes they shouted to each otherThe skulking rod riflemen crept ever closer behind the ridges driving their deadly mlsallen Into those ranks exposed in tho open To tho command of tho bugle they discharged two roaring volleys front their carbines hopeful that tho combined sound night reach the ears of tho lagging Rono They were hopeful yet although ono troop had only a sergeant left in command and the dead bodies of their comrades strewed the plain It was four oclock For two long hours they had been engaged in cease less struggle and now barely a hun dred men smoke begrimed thirsty bleeding halt their carbines empty they utlll formed an impenetrable ring around their chief Tho struggle was over and they realized tho fact When that wave of savage horsemen swept forth again It would be to ride them down lo crush them wader lelro- rael Rounding he fa- JUltr whirlwind those red dornjas a c I camehowling wolves now certain of their prey On both flanks of the short slender lino struck Gall and Crazy Horse while like a thunderbolt CrowKing and RalnlntheFaco at tacked tho center These three storms converged at the foot of the hill crushing tho little band of troopers With ammunition gone tho helpless victims could meat that mighty on rushing torrent only with clubbed guns for ono instant of desperate struggle Shouldtr to shoulder in over contracUng circle officers and men stood shielding their commander to the last Twenty or 30 made a de sparring dash in a vain endeavor to burst through the red enveloping lines only to be tomahawked or shot but the most remained a thin struggling ring with Custer in its center ThoIacross the crest no white man loft alive upon the field They had fought a good fight they had kept tho faith Two days later having relieved Reno from his unpleasant predica ment in the valley Terrys and Gib bonas infantry tramped up tho ravine and emorged upon the stricken field In lines of motionless dead they read the fearful story and thoro they found that man we know Lying upon a bed of emptied cartridge shells his body riddled with shot and mutilated with knives his clothing torn to rags his hands grasped a smashed and I twisted carbine his lips smiling even in death was that soldier whom the Seventh had disowned and east out but who had come bach to defend its chief and to die for its honorRobert Hampton Nolan CHAPTER XXXV The Curtain Falls Bronzed by months ot scouting on thoso northern plains a graver older look upon his face and tho bars ot a captain gracing the shoulders of his new cavalry jacket Donald Brant trotted down the stage road bordering the Bear Water his heart alternating between hope and dread The familiar yellow house at tho crossroads appeared so unattractive as to suggest the thought that Naida must have been Inexpressibly lonely during those months of waiting Ho knocked at the sunwarped door Without delay it was flung open and a vision of flushed face and snowy drapery confronted him Why Lieut Brant I was never more surprised in my life Do pray como right In Yes Nalda is here and I will have her sent for at once Oh Howard this is Lieut Brant just back from his awful Indian fighting How very nice that he should happen to arrive just at this time Isnt it The young omcer silently accepted Mr Wynkoops extended hand and found a convenient chair as Miss Spencer hastened trim the room to announce his arrival Why just at this time he ques tioned Mr Wynkoop cleared his throat Why why you see we are to be married this evening Miss Spencer and myself We shall be so deUtbtod to have you witness the ceremony It U to take place at the church and my people Insist uPon making quite an affair out ot the occasion Phoebo U so itopuiar you know r The laly again bustled la tier eyes glowjm withenthuslalm Why I Uiink it Is perfectly delightful Dont you Iloward Now Lieut Brant and NtJda can stand up with us You will wont you Lieutenant What must bo left entirely with Nalda for decision he replied ec bony There was a rustlo at the Inner door and Naida stood throe Their eyes mot and tho color mounted swiftly to tho girls cheeky Then ho stepped resolutely forward forgetful ot all other presence and clasped her hand In both his own Neither spoko A word yet each understood something of what was in tho heart of tho otherWill you walk outside with me he asked at last I have much to say which I am lure you would rather hear alone- She bent her head and with a brief word of explanation to the others tho young officer conducted her forth into the bright July sunrhlne They walk ed in silence sldo oy side along the bank of tho little stream Brant glanced furtively toward the sweet girlish face Then he spoke Naida ho Bald gravely I have come back as 3 said 1 would and surely I read welcome In your eyes YesAnd I have come to eny that there Is no longer any shadow of the dead between us Sho looked up quickly her hands clasped her checks flushing Are you sure Perhaps you misunder stand perhaps you mistake my mean- Ing I know It all he answered sober ly from tho lips of Hampton Yoi have seen him Oh Lieut Brant please tell mo the wholo truth I havo missed him so much and since the day ho rode away to Cheyenne not ono word to explain his absence has come back to mo You cannot understand what this means bow much lio has become to mo through years of kindness You havo heard nothing Not a word Brant drew a long deep breath lie bad supposed she knew this At last ho said gravely Nalda tho truth will prove the kindest message I Donald Love Y9u think He died in that unbroken ring of defenders clustered about Gen Custer on tho bluffs of tile Little Big HornHer slight flguro trembled BO vio lently that ho held her closo within his arms There was a omllo upon his face when wo found him Ho performed his full duty Naida and died as became a soldier and a gentleman But but this cannot bol I saw the published list his name was not among them Tho man who fell was Robert NolanGently ho drew her down to a seat upon tho soft turf of the hank She looked up at him helplessly her mind seemingly dazed her eyes yet filled with doubt Robert Nolan T My father Ho bent over toward her pressing his lips to her hair and stroking It tenderly with hip hand Yes Naida darling It was truly Robert Hampton Nolan who died in battle In the ranks of his old regi ment died as ho would have chosen to tile thank God completely cleared of every stain upon his honor Sit up little girl and listen while I toll you There Is In the story no word which docs not reflect nobility upon the soldiers laughter She uplifted her whlto face Toll mo she said simply all you know Ho recounted to her slowly care fully the details of that desperate journey northward of their providen tial meeting on the Little JRJg Horn of the papers loft in his Marge of Hamptons riding forward with dis patches and of his death at Ousters side While ho spoke tho girl scarce ly moved her breath came in sobs and her hands clasped his These are tho papers Nalda I opened thy envelope as directed and found Outdi to certain proccitlca lav clndln the mint to thg BIRO flauprf a will duly signed aid Bltaated pant ing you si his solo halt fsjjethef wjlfe a carefully prepared totter agdtgPad- to you siring a full Account of J M crime ot which he was cnnfjeteil M well as some other matters of a poi sonal nature That loltor you must read alono as his last rnosnaoe but tho truth of all ho says has shoe bona provedShe glanced up at him quickly Up Murphy Yes by Murphy who la now lying In the hospital at Bothuno slowly ref covering His sworn deposition hoe been forwarded to tho department At Washington and will undoubtedly rOt suit in thq honorable replacing cl your fathers name on the army lint 1 will tell you briefly the mans con fcsslon together with tho few addl tlonal facts necessary to make It clearYour father and mine wore fot many years friends and army com radcn They saw service together dur- Ing the great war and afterward upon the plains in Indian campaigning Un fortunatctly a slight misunderstand ing arose between them One night they openly quarreled when heated by wine and exchanged blows The following evening your father chanc- Ing to be omcer of tho guard and on duty my father whoso wife bad then been dead n year was thoughtless enough to accompany Mrs Nolan homo at a late hour from a post ball It was merely an act of ordinary courtesy but gossips magnified the tale and bore It to Nolan Still smarting from the former quarrel In which I fear my father was In the wrong ho left the guard house with the openly avowed Intention of seeking Immediate satisfaction In the meanwhile Slavin Murphy and a trooper named Flynn who had been to town without passes and were halfdrunk stole through the guard lines and decided to make a midnight raid on the colonels private omen Dodging along behind the powder house they ran suddenly upon my father then on tho way to his own quarters Whether they wero recognized by him or whether drink made them reckless of consequences Is unknown but one of tho men instantly fired Then they nut and succeeded In gaining the barracks unsuspected She sat aa If fascinated by his r dialYour father heard tho shot and sprang toward tho sound only to fall headlong across my fathers Kfelosi body As ho came heavily down his revolver was jarred out of Its holster and dropped unnoticed in the grass An Instant later the guard came run ning up and by morning Capt Nolan was under arrest charged with mur der The circumstantial evidence was strong his quarrel with the murdered man his heated language a few moments previous the revolver lying beside the body having two chambers discharged and his being found there alono with the man ho had gone forth to seek Slavln and Flynn both strengthened tho case by post lire testimony As a result a court martial dismissed tho prisoner In disgrace from the army and a civil court sentenced him to ten years Impris onment And my mother The question was a trembling whisper from quiver rag lips Your mother he said regretfully was an exceedingly proud woman belonging to a family of social proml nence In tho east She felt deeply the causeless gossip connecting her name with tho case as well as the open disgrace of her husbands con vlctlon Sho refused to receive her former friends and oven failed id loyalty to your father in his time of trial It Is Impossible now to fix the fault clearly or to account for her actions Capt Nolan turned over all his property to her and tho moment she could do so she dfsappcarcd from the tort taking you with her From that hour none of her old acquaintances could learn anything regarding her whereabouts She did not return to her family in tho cast nor correspond with anyone in tho army Probably utterly brokenhearted she sought se elusion in eme city How GIllls ob tained possession of you remains a mystery Is that all rEverythingThey for a long time the slow tears dropping from her eyes her hands clasped in her lap Ills heart heavy with sympathy would not permit him to break in upon her deep sorrow with words of comfort Naida he whispered at lat this may not bo the Umo for me to speak such words but you are all alone now Will you go back to Bethune with meback to the old regiment as my wHeT A moment she bowed her head be fore him then lifted it and held out her hands I will Say to me again what you once saidDonald I love you Gently ho drew her down to him and their lips mot I wish you to be very sappy Nat da dear he whispered drawing her head tenderly down until it found rest upon his shoulder Yes I fuel you do and 1 am but It cannot como all nt once Donald for 1 havo lost so much so mac- h1I Lope ho knows The End The Impractical Silk Nat There are people who would have you believe that silk hat Is paces sary to a buslneiw mace attire and if practical adjunct to his bodily cover- Ing but how can a hat that ruffles up lathe first putt of wind or looks like a drownea rat after a shurr of raly bo said to be Dmctloal OulHtur ECONOMIC ARRANGEMENT OF FIELDS FOR FENCING Carefully WorkcdOut System of Crop Rotation for Hos Paalurlna By D A Gauranltz M S Minnesota since fencing U quite on Item In the ost of pastures uiul In togging ort sore tho nrrangemont of holds In such a way as to use the least possible imouut of fencing and still have tho hogs near tho farm buildings no they may l o sheltered watered and fed jconomlcally In essential Tho fact that clover In one of the best crops for pasture fluid that It cannot be depend id upon to live for moro than ono rears pasturing will suggest at Contented Huskers once tho Idea of a rotation of crops on a few small Holds near tho farmstead In which tbo crop may be onvenlomly pastured A hog pasture plowed up makes one of the most da limbIc places to grow corn Such a piece of corn land It fenced ould very eaxlly and profitably be fed jft with logs Corn tnt disked nut well prepared U an excellent place to grow nny kind of a grain crop and clover sown with the grain crop on such soil has an excellent chanco of being In good condition for pasturing tho following year Thus a productive throeyear rotation Is naturally worked JUt See Fig I I 1907C4TO 1908 Gp- kttG9v r Cain ktm Ofiin Fig 1 ThreeYear Rotation for Hogs Cusps Underlined Are to De Fed Off Pour Mile nenwatiwUy fenced near till farmstead would make a more ilMlrabto rotation than wouM three Welds ami tie eoM of focidn will IHt isM since the fence wukl be IB use three years oat of four rath er than two years owl of lures t Ixt Ca IUi1tifJwe I tUGrimIhlQo f Cone kraut cECam Gra t 9Cam Corn rwf Cam Grass Fig 2FourYear Rotation for Hogs Crops Underlined Are to Ce Fed Off In laying out a rotation for hogs tho number that It Is dealrcd lo keep should be decided upon then tho size of the fields can be determined Tho larger the fields used other thing be- Ing equal tho cheaper the cost of tune tag per acre and the more conveniently the field are worked HoweverI ItI FRRMSTERII Ovshavd ftsritn Fig 3 EightyAcre Farm Original PI nIIs not advisable to fence hog tight very much more land than can be conveniently utilized by hogs as cheaper fences that are just as effec tive may be used for cattle Some of the Important points to consider In laying out a practical ro tation for hogs are First number of animals to bo kept i second con venience In feuding whllo In tho field third shape of folds so that they may be easily worked and fourth the least possible number of rods of fenc ing to the aero Inclosed With these points before one ante each consid Bred a rotation may bo laid out In telligently and to fit most any farm The following plans are offered as- augestlvo of how several fanss rotauonlfor 4 show how the suggestions In this arti ale may be applied to farm condi tons They also show tho vnluo and economy of planning a farm for n definite purpose The amount of fencing required per acre to incloiu tho hog lots on these different forms varied front 16 to 29 rods Nale KtK I ah i 4 show on SOaere fnrm situated In southeastern Minnesota Tim llarre Said In the northwest cor ner has been illvhlml Into three llfllils whlrh with the feiirnrre IIlIld In thin 4vldeeThree hundred and fortyeight rode baying ere nxiulrvd lo Inclose It or 21 rda pr arrv when the whole otIrhargiHl nftttlnit th three llekls used uu M 1tP3 Io UttndI Fig EightyAcre Farm Revised Plan year Such a rotalio will aoerssedate- rravakatly eta or eight Moot sws slid their Utters The winter feed rr the ryes IIMI grain ter te the sow slat piety during tho summer W svpftansMit the inamre sal In sow rear a few weeks teed tar the ptes tn the fall ta fU tlMm for nwrhrt will eemarflir hare In beNed frcsn sessw ether pert 1 Ute Mrs Xws ItMuftfe aiwtsyr tea acres tItoad to ewded to supply ester fethe pfsenit of proHUM return hi Miltee the lahor rest of preetarJiiff prk Is Mar reduced to the taMMusa The rmnalMh of tile line Is iMMed Unto three Uarrv ala tor a rataUer of two grain eM cloves The wfcrti ar raaweiswstt mahe Ute terse welt twlaplett to MIrJiaDil lag rateing gfl 33Att ISRats Z 1lttes 12 Rim 3J Rtvcs 5z Atteh ssAtm Fig 6 Original Plan 400arrlantlnettrte The arrangement shape and Bin ef the fleM In Ute small relation foi liege II better than In the preceding plan and the seat of fencing Is less lint 3f InelosUsethrelnilidequirts rr sere The cost of bulldlnc ant maintaining that amount of fence dlvldet by the number of years It will last wll b b 5 L FMf1S1t I SA S rl S h 39 trel 3y Attt- 3q Ant J 38Rcm 3 Attt1 e Fig 6Revlled Plan offencingfarmsteadcommodatB ten to fourteen sows and theU lltterLS dlvlde4Inloravlnthrouha lane and for perman n pasture t t V X Cupid as Jockey 00 By Anna McClure Shool v it Copyright by Shorlstury Pub CO Hlch and eccentric Mr Sears had always delighted In setting tho llttlo town of Upwnter by tho care but no one dreamed of a postmortem chucklo from the old gentleman It cain In thu form of a bequest In his will 11000 to tho prettiest woman In tho place tho Judges to bo chosen from tho elderly married anon of tho com inunlty Tho hubbub was Instantaneous and of a nature to warm tho heart of n cynic Mother spoke Jealously of tho charms of their daughters Tho mln Jsfcprg prepared sermons against tho of Vanity thus flagrantly oncCro ugwl by tho late Mr Soars Tho best peoplo signalized their Intention of standing aloof from the contort Hut at last a reaction set In started by nomeonos saving IonIe of humor and It was almost unanimously decided that tbo torms of the will must bo compiled with An appointed commit tog fixed upon a day In Juno for the assembling of tho contestants They were to como In their best apparel and to abide by tho voto of thu Judge without murmuring or disputing otiJoorathb grandees of tho town that tho searching light of day might add to tho Impartiality of the decision Tho affair was thus turned Into a lawn l arty and the first families agreeing to bo present Ibo Wit of tho town followed suit appointedffahard to call upon May Rennet whoso father before Ids Invalidism had been ft professor In the college town from which Cordons family also came lltohard walling for MAry In the dim 1 arbor with Us steel engravings of famous pictures felt that the girls rite was somehow like theta beautiful in line and form but locking the cover that selfishness rathor than self denial stems to Impart to human ox Istmica She had always sacrificed herself to the demands and needs of cithers until sho was like a white flower brought out of the sunshine to cheer a sickroom its was absorbed In his thoughts of hor whoa she sutured n wolcome Blowing In hr ojres Though ho- I was tall and straight sad wholesome to took upon no one Imtl ever culled tier pretty Her chief asset was her abundant dark hair Richard had novor thought of her being Inthe con tost to he did not even apologise whew after a few moments converts lion ho chewed her a list ho hind made of the women who In Ills opinion had the bet chance of winninga list from which hor name was omlttod I see that you have hooded It with Ilertha Klendonnlng That Is easy 10 understand Hut rny grounds are different from most peoples he said with the oar neatness that ho always brought to any subject which Intorcfited him Iler bite eyes and yellow hair and storybook complexion count very lit tlo Its her lovely figure and her charm of mannerhr more subtle advantages so to snoak that make liar what she Is graceful and worn anlyI qulto agree with you Who Is next on the list Katherine Morolta tho curve of her upper lip he added confldcn tlally And ncxtr aura ncclucHo laughed It has something to do with the lip of her nose I quite understand Doras nose will keep her young when shes 60 And then como the ladles who have only to put on a pink ribbon to bo called pretty You sec my scorn of them places them last Poor things Well I think It will by Ilertha You must tell mo all about It afterwards Hut my dear youro surely going he said earnestly knitting his boyish brows 1 cant unoss father Is better Oh you mustIt will amuso you 501 Ill call for you to make sure Well I dont forbid your calling she answered with a smile She spent a troubled week trying to come to terms with herself In her dark moments elite had perversely wished to snake herself look as plain as possible taking n kind of pride In being utterly out of tho running but with tho first dawn of gentler feeling came the desire to look her best pod to enter Into the spirit of tho occasion So when tho time como she curled her hair and arranged It with all the art that kilo ffuld command Sho put on n soft v i summer gown and a picture hat Title roses Sho was drawing on her long gloves when lllchard arrived Ho scorned In thq highest spirits tor was prepared to use force It I found you backing out I havo somo news to tell you about myself some thing thats modo mo very glad and I want you to bo glad with me hoe heart sank Was ho going to tell her of hIs engagement to Ucrtha Sho turned a pale taco to him Cant you guess Mary Rut she was dumb He loaned towards her and took both her bands in bis i I Ive gut the position I wanted in the office with Jenkins I Ilart and its a kind of partnership Mary Its easily worth five thousand a year She drew a long breath of relief and looked at him with shining eyes Im so gladso glad You cant bo so glad as I because my dcar he hesitated Her sudden little flame of Jay Bruit sank You see I dldnt want to speak un til I was auro Even then she would not believe She hind turned her head away Was It Ilertha oh was It Dertba You see Ive loved you always wh Mary Then she turned a rapturous face inward him How tbjyreachcd the appointed place she never know She walked on air surrounded by a ring of gold that Inclosed ono other portou Her eyes shone A bright color came to her cheeks Richard excited and tri umphant looked at lien adoringly seeing In her at once the woman of his future nnd the playmate of his childhood They would show them selves at the contest fur a inlnuto Just to be publlosplritod Then they would go for a heavenly ramble In the woods Tho Judges had decided to make tho award after mingling Informally with their townspeople so there was no act ceremony no drawlngup of the contestants People strolled about or talked together in groups as at a gar don party hero and there a girl was seen whose heightened color betrayed her consciousness of being under scrutiny for it was generally known that the courteous Judges chatting casually with their friends and acq- UAintance were all the white glean ing Impressions which would be of service In making the dcclvlon The occasion cn the whole did not seem favorable to the sotting forth of fowl nine charm Even Hortha by becom tug selfconscious had lost something of her usual grace Katherlnes pretty bow of u mouth showed a disposition to straighten and Doras Infantile nose failed to save the day for her As for the young women whose charm do ponded on pink ribbons they had all apparently chosen the wrong colors I Wits Prepared to Use Force If I Found You Backing Out and knew It when too late Only those hopelessly out of tho running seemed tu bo really enjoying them selves It was expected that the Judges would not remain out long but a halt hour went by and they were still de tinting In the little summer houso to which they had withdrawn A feel- Ing of uneasiness began to make itself apparent Beta were canceled and rearranged again No ono seemed as confident as at tho opening of the contest At last the Judges woro seen to rise anti then two by two they came across tho lawn and took their places on a flowerdecked platform A sudden hush fell over tho assembly pvcronohadthe stand before making his announcement then after reading the clause in tho will ho said Tho difficulties In the way of a fair decision can hardly be appreciated by tboso not members of tha committee In the making of It In the Judging and weighing we crave your clemency laving mode It wo are sure of your enthusiastic support Tho prize has been awarded to Miss Mary Dennett There was a confused murmur Richard moro surprised than anyone turned to look at Mary It was true Jt might bo gono tomorrow but to day leer radiant Joy made her the most beautiful woman there She seemed all light and color and happiness and they had felt It and recorded It Sho would not bollero it at first and wanted tq hurry away but they da talned her and showered cougratuld lions on her until she was glowing like a rose Each moment enriched her adding weight to the decision You were a dark horse said a friend at onco puzzled and convinced Cupid was Jockey said Richard L I IN A YOKOHAMA THEATER The Plays Last All Day and Some times Two Ir fare leaving Yokohama I went to tho theater which certainly was unlike anything I had ever seen bc toro writes Lady Randolph Churchill III the Century We sat on tho floor of our socalled box and had tea like the crowd And such ft crowd R was and endless source of Interest and amusement to watch them whole fam ilies motherinlaw and daughtersin law children of nil ages and parents of different gcncrotlpns fathers sons and grandsons All hud their dinners with them Little trays were pro duced tiny boxes full of rice bowls containing weird foodstuffs pink white and green seaweed on rice cakes raw fish and nameless yellow condiments tea In macroscopic cups of course with no milk or sugar The Japanese cannot understand Euro henna putting milk In their tea as according to them It line n strong smell Trio children were dressed and un dressed during tho entractes and peo ple smoked slept ate talked and fanned themselves It was certainly a great contrast to see a little musme such as Pierre Lotl de scrlbos daintily dressed In tho gayest of kimonos and smartest of obis sitting between n coollo wearing nothing but a loose cotton Jacket and nn old hag nursing n baby Although It was true that most of tho men had little on and tho thermometer was SG de- Gree the atmosphere was not impos Bible as I am sure would have been tho case in a European theater under similar circumstances Tho plays have usually 14 or 15 acts nnd last all day and sometimes two This particular one not having au Actress such as- Sail Yacco to interpret it waR quite unintelligible to me but I admired the grace of the actresses their easy movements when dancing and the way they managed their tight clothes Imagine my surprise when I found out afterward that they wero all men Ip to a few years ago men and women did not art together In Japan the theatrical companies being composed of either one sex or tho other lint a change has come over them and and there are now mixed companies LOOKING AWAY FROM LIFE New Yorkers Are Fond of Lingering Before the Shop Windows Otto of the things which strikes a stranger In Now York Is tho habit busy noes mon have of looking In at shop windows Tho crowds hurry und Jostle through tho streets crowding each other In the mad rush lint hardly a window hut before It can bo seen a group of men or perhaps only a couple perhaps a solitary ono gazing Intently steadfastly through the plato glass panes A minute before he was rtishlng as wildly struggling as fiercely as Ills fellows Now he stands wrapt out of himself oblivious to tho strug gle going on around him Ills thoughts are through the window there with the toys the boxes of candy tho baseball bats the Japanese curios the stationery the cutlery or whatever It may be of which the elicit makes a specialty Tho man will gaze Into tin window for three min utes four minutes sometimes for more than five minutes and then turn away with bright eyes and an air of having ben refreshed lleforo he stopped to look In the window the ma was tired worried That little stop for teat amid the wilderness of the great city that oasis of pleasant and rambling thought he camped In for a tow minutes has relieved the tension of business cares line rest ed his nerves a bit and sent hint on his way refreshed again Going Away Little Bessies father had decided to move his family to the small town of Salem W Va says the Bohemian Naturally this proposed change Inter Bated Bessie very much tor she re alized she was to enter a new world Upon Informing hor little friends she asked each of them It they knew what kind of a place Salem might be None of thorn knew of Salem but qulto nI few had been In Clarksburg a city of something over 12000 Inhabitants Naturally Clarksburg received all the prnlso to the slighting of Salem The talk of her friends had Its ef Oct upon Hesslo and she began to dread moving to Salem The night be fore the family had decided to go papa overheard Uesslo Bayltfg her prayer Much to his surprise her usual sup plication was ended with the words Good by God wo are going to Salem Manners Are Different Manners are different In different parts of tho world and oven the short space of tho English channel makes a difference On the Urltlsh side alady bows first to a man whom she knows and on tho French side she would never think of bowing until tho man had first recognized her In England a man rises to open the door for a lady and In France such a proceed ing would be considered officious In Franco tho stranger makes the first call and In England It Is of course tho oldcs rcsldcntrwho makes the ad vance Another Objection Theres ono great abjection to tho flying machine said Mr Sirius Darker and thats the question of safety appliancesIt carry a parachute Yes but a parachute looks BO much like an umbrella that every time you want to use it you re sure to find It has been berrovredVWashlngton Star v i i David Brings the Ark to Jerusalem Sudty Sctool lutes for Oct 4 1908 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TKXTS Samuel 611 Mew ory verse J- nOIDEN TEXTEnt Into lili gates with thanksgiving and Into Me courts with praise Psalm 1004 TIJIE Kltlipr U C 1038 Uf hcr or Alleytlan points out the fact that Davids reign of 33 years In Jerusalem Is divided up Into three period 1 A period of war and ronqtitit about 1 years Z A period of rest and upbuilding about seven years 3 A period of domestic troubles about IS years TliU lesson probably belongs to the second period or to a period of rest during the conquest nut the exact obtainedfromlIAOR The ark had been for a long time at Klrjathjearlm about 11 mlles we t of Jerusalem In tho valley of Sorck where Delilah lived a valley which leads up from the Philistine country toward Jerusalem 2 At house of Obededom between KlrJathJearlm and Jerusalem UAVIUB COUNAI3LOR8Aliltliophc1 a very shrewd man Nathan the proph et end Joab lila chief general Comment and Suggestive Thought The Long Period of Decline For 70 years the ark as the center of religious worship had lain In partial neg lect Soon after tho settlement of the Israelites in Palestine Joshua deposited tho ark at Shiloh 20 miles north of Jerusalem and ten miles north of Hethel Josh 181 It was still there at the close of the period of the Judges 1 Sam 13 and Sam uel lived at Shlloh with Ell The sons of Kit had carried tho ark from Shl loh Into a battle against tho Philis tines hoping that God would give them Vic victory for the sake of this symbol of his worship Rut God did not reward wickedness In that way The Israelites were defeated and the Philistines captured the ark But the Lord would not permit them to retain it Their Idol Dagon toll before It The people were smitten with severe sickness wherever tho ark was sent Finally It was restored to Israel and sent up the Sorek valley as far as KlrJathJcarlm 11 miles southwest of Jerusalem in the house of Ablnadab on the hill 1 Sam 71 who put It under the charge of one of Ills sons The neglect of the ark and Us separ ation from Its place In the tabernacle at Shlloh with one high priest following Saul and another David shows to what a low and divided state religion hind fallen In Israel under Saul The neglect of tho means of religion of places of worship arid set times for devotion Is generally accompanied by a decline In the spirit of religion It Is both a sign of the decline and a means toward it V 1 Again For a different pur pose from tho former gatherings for war Thirty thousand representa tives of the whole people According to Chronicles they came as far as from Shlhor 50 miles south of Gaza and from Hamath in Lebanon 250 miles north of Jerusalem The restoration must bo a national act orIt would lose much of its unifying power Tho Joyful procession and the rel- igIous enthusiasm wero marred by an act of disobedience where n good thing was dono In a wrong way The first error was committed by transporting the ark by a cart instead of In the way ordained by God Num berg 41 Tho ark was to bo carried by Levttea Tho next error grew out of this first one Tree Jagged bridlepaths of those parts are not at all adapted for wheeled conveyances and when the procession hall reached Nachons threshingfloor the oxen shook the ark wero throwing It down and 6 Uzzah put forth his hand to tho nrk of God1 to keep It from falling to the ground If he had currIed tho ark as he was commanded he would not have been tempted to this second disobedienceV the anger of tho Lord was kindled Not passion but rather Indignationthat feeling which makes him hate sin and compels him to punish it All that was loving and good In God was aroused against the act And God smote him there Why this severity 1 It was k dl rect double disobedience 2 The wrong was enhanced by the fact that It was committed by a man who as n son of Ablnadab had been with the ark and should have known the law 3 It was a public disobedience In matters of religion It way a desecra ion of the holiest symbol of their religion It was needful at the outset to prove to the people the necessity of exact obedience and hence tho careful study of Gods law A Note of Encouragement 1 There was real encouragement lu the fact that God was so careful of tho religion of the Jews that he expressed by his act the value of religion and Im pressed It so deeply on their hearts 2 The blessing that rested upon the family of Obedetium through the presence of the of religion In his houso was n foretaste and a promise pad a prohpecy U would be to tho nation A fuller description of this festival procession Is given In 1 Chronicles 1C and 1C It was tho greatest day of Davids life Its significance In his career Is marked by his own preeminent post tion conqueror poet musician priest In one It was felt to be a turning lolnt in tile history of the na Jan David was on that day the toun der not of freedom only but of an empire not of religion only but of a church and commonwealth The ark was borne on the shoulders of tho Levlfes i Chron 1515 amid ttto greatest enthusiasm I z I 1855 11Kerea ge 1908 R3R THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alh fS Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Santo lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arlthmetlp SingfnglllbleHandworkbooks TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit n 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moneymaking Institution All trio money re cored from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an avorngo upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than ho pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Derea In order that It may train young men and women for HVQS of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Bcrea live In College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in wIn- ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need o earn moro may by writing to tho Secretary 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returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ins hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction to a free gift The Incidental Feo for most students Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental too and room rent by tho term board by the halt term Inbtallments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle of term 675- SPRING4 r weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950 In one payment 2900 Installment plan flat day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle of term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board lu full except that no allowance is made for any fraction of a weekIOn room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unei plred fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing tho student to apply tho amount advanced tor term bills when he returns provided It is within four terms but making no allowance for any traction of a month to IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have matte your Journey Und are woW started In school it pays to stay au long IJt possible j trThe first day of Winter term Is January C 19Ck The first day of Fall term Is September 16 90871For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEJ 1 j BEREA KENTUCKY 1That Premium Knife r t t taken the eyes of the men and boys wlioMsc it The mountain peppleliko- a good thing when they we it und to get u 75 cent knife with hlades of razor steel and a dollar paper that in worth more to the moun tulip people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 i That linings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it jou aught to have- S S u I THE CIGARETTE She and Orison Sweet Marden Reprinted from Success by Permission NO WORDS tell the cigarette story as graphically as pictures on this page I every cigarette victim to have his photograph taken every and put Side by side a frame his room he can see gradual fatal deterioration in himself from year to If this not startle him and bring to his senses no preaching will ever do it for the pictures will a sermon more eloquent than from any I it to othersto discuss the moral side of cigarette smoking I denounce it simply because of its blighting blasting effect upon ones success in lite because it draws off the energy the vitality and force which uught to be made to tell in ones career because it blunts the sensibilities and deadens the thinning faculties because it kills the ambition and the finer instincts and the more delicate aspirations and perceptiuns because it destroys the ability to concentrate the which is the secret of all achievement Tile Whole tendency ot the cigarette nicotine poison in the youth is to development It is to all normal functions It blights and blasts both health and morals It nut only ruins the faculties but it unbalances the mindas well Many of the most pitiable cases of insanity asylutns are clgtrette fiends It creates abnormal appetites strange undefined longings discontent uneasiness nervousness irritability and in many an almost irrosistible inclination to crime In fact the moral depravity which follows the cigarette habit is something frightful Lying cheating impurity loss of moral courage and manhood a complete dropping of lifes standards all along the lines are its general results Magistrate Crane ot New York City says Ninetynine out ofa hundred boys between the age of ten and seventeen years who come before me charged with crime havetheir fingers disfigured by yellow cigarette stains 1 am not a crank on this subject I do not care to peso as a reformer but it is opinion that cigarettes will do more than liquor to ruin boys When you have arraigned beiore you boys hopelessly deaf through the excessive use of cigarettes boys who have stolen their sisters earnings boys who absolutely refuse to who do nothing but gamble and steal you can not help seeing that there is sonic direct cause I and a great deal of this boyhood crime is in my mind ensy to trace to the deadly cigarettes Tbeie is something in the poison of the cigarette that seems to get into the system of the boy and to destroy moral fiber He gives the following probable course ofIt boy who begins to smoke cigarettes First cigarettes Second beer and liquors Third crapspetty gambling Fourth horse racing gambling on a bigger scale Fifth larcency Sixth state prison Nut long ago a boy in New York robbed his mother and actually bent her because she would not give him money with which to buy cigarettes Every little while we see accounts in newspapers all over the counry of all kinds of petty thefts and misdemeanors which boys j commit in order to satisfy cigarette mania Another New York City magistrate says Yesterday I had before mo thirtyfive boy prisoners Thirtythree of th m were confirmed cigarette smokers Today from a reliable source I have made the grewsome discovery that two tide largest cigarette manufacturers soak their product in a weak solution ot opium Tho fact that out of thirtyfive prisoners thiriythree smoked cigarettes might seem to indicate some direct connection between cigarettes and crime And when it is announced on authority that most cigarettes arc doped with opium this connection is not hard to understand Opium is lkt whiskeyit creates an increasing appetite that grows what it feeds upon A growing boywhu lots tobacco and opium get a hold upon his senses is never lung coming under the dumination of whisky too Tobacco r is the boys easiest and most direct road to whisky When opium is added tho young mans chance of resisting the combined forces and escaping physical mental and moral harm is slim indeeduYoung men of great natural ability everywhere some of them in high positions arc constantly losing their grip deteriorating dropping back losing their ambition their push their stamina and their energy because its deadly hold upon them If there is anything a young man should guard as divinely sacred it is his ability to think clearly forcefully logicallyDr I J J Kellogg says A few months ago I had all the nicotine removed from a cigarette making a solution out of it I injected half the quantity into a frog with the effect that the frog died almost instantly The rest was administered to another frog with liko effect Both frogs were full grown and of average size The conclusion is evident that a single I cigarette contains enough poison to kill two frogs A boy who smokes twenty cigarettes a day has inhaled enough poison to kill forty frogs Why does the poison not kill the boy It dons kill him If not immediately he will die sooner or later of weak heart Brights disease or some other malady which scientific physicians everywhere now recognize as a natural result of chronic nicotine poisoning A chemist not king since took the tobacco used in an average cigarette and soaked it in several teaspoonfuls of water and then injected a portion of it under the skin of a cat The cat immediately went into convulsions and died fifteen minutes Dogs have been killed with a singe drop of nicotine 1 A young man in a state institution not long ago who five years before had been one of the most promising young physicians the West Still under thirty years at the time of his commitment to the institution says the newspaper account of his story he had already made three discoveries nervous diseases that had made him looked up to in his profession But he smoked cigarettes smoked incessantly For a long time the effects of the habit were not apparent on him In fact it was not until a patient died on the operating table under his hands and the doctor went to pieces that it became known that he was a victim of the paper pipes But then had gone too far He was a wreck his mind as well as in body and he ended his days in a manics cell I Anything which impairs ones success capital which cuts his achievement and makes him a possible failure when he might been a grand success is a crime against himself Anything which benumbs the senses deadens the sensibilities dulls the mental faculties and takes the edge off ones ability is a deadly enemy and there is nothing else which effects this so quickly as the cigarette It is said that within the past fifty years not a student at Harvard University who used tobacco has been graduated at the head of his class although on the average five out of six use tobacco 1 An investigation of all the students who entered Yale University during nine years shows that the cigarette smokers were the inferiors both irf weight and lung capacity of the non smokers although they averaged fifteen months older Dr Fiske of the Northwestern Acadamy has asked all pupils who will not give up cigarettes ho leave the academy In one year not one of the boys who used cigarettes stood the front rank of scholarship This is our experience teaching more than fifty thousand young says the princi pal of a great business college Cigarettes bring shattered nerves stunjed growth and gent eral physical and mental degeneration We refuse to receive users of tobacco in our institution Concluded next weekI l NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from pint rage going out has a few remarks to make about that samo says that there many people who are rich have claims to high positions who In their desire for distinction and notoriety do things that make themselves ridiculous and bring shame on their friends This seems to show that the people In society are a good deal like tho rest of us dont ItT ROBBED MARK TWAIN The 4 can the advise year in in whore the year does him be ever came leave saps mind arrest fatal in my work all the of with in of almost in of young he in have in in society are home of Mark Twain the great hum orist at Redding Conn was robbed by burglars last Wednesday The men were found by members ot the family and chased but got away with I several hundred dollars worth ot I valuablesINTERNATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS CONGRESS For the next three weeks the International Tuberculosis Congress will be In session in Washington Distinguished world leaders I will discuss the beat methods 1 of eradicating the disease from the earth FOR SALE 16 acres of good land one and a half mile from Berea Ky Four room box house and a 30x16 barn and good garden Price 1500 Joe Williams Berea Ky When n man does Ills own work well ho has no time to find fault with the work of his neighbor The man who gets to market the first bale of cotton In Georgia Ja always published as a distinguished man During the past olx years this honor has been won by Deal Jack = t 1 TO IMPROVE S S WORK The National Sunday School Associ ation Is taking a now step In propar ing to send representatives through the south with the special object of Improving Sabbath School work among colored people Tho conference In which thirtyfour southern schools and colleges wore represented convened last month at the residence ot W K Hartshorn on the seacost near boston and a strong committee of which President Frost of Boron Is a member was appointed to further the work Tho president of the con ference was Rev John E White D D Atlanta Ga ono of tho most eloquent Baptist preachers In tho world FOR SALEHouse and lot Corner Jackson and Elder Sta For par ticulars address mo ot Disputant Kr Mason Anglin TIPS ON CARE OF FLOWERS How to Keep Them Fresh as Told by a Florist Very few person understand the art of beeping tlowcm sold n St Louis florist awl yet by a little at tendon flowers may bo kept fresh foi three or four times an long at props expect them to stay In good condition Tho matter Is olninle enough It Is merely n question of temperature am moisture Motet for example arv grown at a high temperature In the greenhouse and arc then gnetnllj spoiled by III treatment after they here been cut Grown In a temperature ot C3 to 75 degrees they are placed In no icebox where the tmiipernturo staiHl at about 40 Then when sold thoy art taken Into n dicing or bull room when the temperature is 73 or SO Of COIIIM they wilt In a few hours sometime In a few minutes Nothing else could U expectedThey could however be kept lu proper conllition for a week by placing them In water and standing the vase In the coolest part of the llrliiu room livery day half an Inch 01 stems should be cut off In order to present a fresh suction surface to the water If this procntitlon Is neglected tile steal becomes dogged with a gluti nous matter something like the gum that oxtidos from p ach suit cberrj trees tho water In the vase however pure cannot be ilntwn up sad tIM loavoa and iiewora wither for lack of moistureIn off tie sterna a knife should always be used never M pair of scissors Thj renaoii to plain enough The knife fiukes a smooth cat tear lug the toile of the wood often and un obstructed The Bctosor blades no alwayslompreeaof the stem and leave them so tightly proMcd toptlWI that U to almct Im poselblc for stiUlctent moisture to fled Its way through to support the loans and blossomsAn Emperor Obeyed While the emperor Nicholas LI was In Moscow wltnoMlng a performance of Lucia ll Lanimonaoor at the splendid opera house ono of the large In the world a fire broke out and the theater was burned to the ground The emperor calmly told the governor gen oral I shall return hero next your on the same day I shall expect to find the opera house rebuilt exactly as It was before and I shall listen to a Performance of Lucia by the same company And he was obeyed The Court of J108I1 8cates In the Mint Passing through the mint attention was directed to a large pair of scales which were said to bo an fine as anything In tho country They recalled the grand balance scale used In the Dank of England and on Inquiry the mint scales proved to be a worthy specimen of the same class Tho Old Lady of Threadncedlo Street uses a pfeco of mechanism that stands about seven feet high and weighs In tho neighborhood of two tons This scale Is set every day just as tho one at tho mint Is and Is so delicately adjusted that U will correctly weigh a grain of dnst or 400 pounds of gold A postage stamp would affect the In dex six inches It any weight beyond Its capacity Is placed on the machine It makes its protest by ringing an elec tric tell and keeping It up until Us load Is lightened Philadelphia Record Bereiford and Buller Fighting Lord Charlie Dcresford and BU Rcdvers flutist both deservedly earned a high reputation for bulldog tenacity of purpose During a Nile campaign Lord Charles and Sir Redvers descending some bad water In a river steamer got Into a discussion as to the proper channel to be taken Each obstinately defended his own course but in the end Duller got his own way with the result that the steamer ran through safely You see I was right cried tho gen eral Mine was the proper channel replIedLordthe other because I knew you would go against whatever I saldl London Realm An Army Contract In a street of Edinburgh d dusty sol dler went up to a little bootblacks and told tbo boy to brush his boots and polish them well The lad looked at the big Scots gray and shouted blithe ly to another bootblack Haw Sandy como over an gle us a haundl with bin hands curved round his mouth to form a speaking trumpet See whaH here wl mel Ive got an army contract I PROTEST fROM LABOR Kind of Letters Unions Are Send IIng Mr Gompers DISTRUST PARTY OF BRYAN Camden Central Labor Union Holds the Democracy Responsible For De plorable Condition of Workers In the Southern States At the regular semimonthly meeting of the Ctumlen M J Central Labor union hold tug 18 1008 a communica tlou from national headquarters was received in which the work of tho na tional convention of the Dominant par ties was sot forth flint commented upon The letter closed with an ap peal to Viand faithfully by our friends oppose and defeat our ene mica Accompanying this communi cation was a request for a contribu tlon to help wake It possible to wago a Bucccssful campaign for the estab lishing of Inbora rights Tho matter was disposed of by the secretary being Instructed to forward to tho national office the following letter Camden N J Aug It Samuel Oompers Kaq President of the American Federation of Labor Dear Sir and rotherWe bee to acknowledge the receipt of an address Is sued by the executive council of the American Federation of Labor under date of Auc 1 Accompanying Ihiala an appeal for tuna to carry out the political programme nt forth In the address In which you cull upon the workers of our common country to stand faithfully by our friends We hereby return to you both documents not that we do not think the wngeworkers shouH stand by their friends and defeat their enemies but for the reason that we taU to agree with you as to who are our Hoods and who aro our enemies You claim to be hove the Democratic party to be friendly to labor because at Its last national con vention It promised to do certain thlni If elected For this reason you ask tim trades unionists of the country to do t e utmost to elect Its candidates and to fur nish mesa for carrying on Its campaign The Central Labor upon of Camden believe they have sumdenl Intelligence to designate who are the friends of labor and who are Its foes We take no stork In any partys promo made lust prior to election when we have the record of that pony to guide and direct us We refuse to believe that any political party that has a continuous record for permit ting the most degrading form of labor to exist In sutee where Us jvrtxUetton Is complete can or will reverse Uset when It eaenee Into poeimsien of the na tional government Labor has found It e Democratic party faithless aM tyrannical In suite government ny what legerdemain are we to believe It wet 4o biter when It haa stm meter power to oppreMT In the southern state where Bryan Democ racy has been In the saddle for ream and when It nominal every alike frets the hlKheM to the loweot are the places to get the party record In Its relatMn to the working close Let w Judas U by what It has don and to now doing In places where it to In power tad not by any prelate It may rank In gain otir vote The rule of the Democratic party In the south baa produced condition that rival the worst In the world In the tee triM over which they have Mglelallvo central we Sad wage the lowest the hews MM longest and etittd labor the severest Only truer Democratic rule do we lied peonage and cenelet pher fanned out by the Gate WIth thenaand of teen and boys working with ball and chain sentenced there by a eaeerattt otncla upon a trumped up charge of vagrancy Nowhere In this broad land de you Sad the misery of the worker to hopeless or his poverty so degrading as yeu do In slates ruled by the Democratic party Mr Open hew can yea ask the working class to support any party with sued a damnat rtiWu Are you so piqued because the Republican national convention handed you a lemn that In order to detest II candidates you wet foist Into power a political patty that for the past flfty yon has never had the manhood to r le Us YOre In protest against any Injuetke or Indignity suffered by the working elaM The rule of the Democratic party whenever In power has mn most tyrannous and degrading to I tabor Upon what line of reason should the working class help a party that has never missed an opportunity to epprww HT I William Jennings Uryan as the stand std bearer you ask us to support has never done anything to merit our votes There has never yet occurred a crime to labor et sufficient magnitude to induce prutLI the working class cannot be high Inpower who U InIcarry on his campaign At no time has Mr Dryan squarely faced the enemy ot the working clsss and denounced their crimes lie ha beheld the tragedies that have befallen labor with stony eyes and a muzzled Jaw When Iacklngtown struck against a re erIWashington monument If It had one yet throughout It all Bryan who viands an the champion of labor because he needs our support has been as silent as the tombIt labors friends are to be found In the Democratic party labor would have no problem to solve and nothlAc to complain ot In states controlled by the Democratic party The tact that the worst blows tabor Is today receiving come from Dem ocratlo Alabama and by persons high up In the national councils of the Democratic party Is conclusive proof that the work Ing class has nothing to gain by support ing the party or Its candidates Free press and tree speech the bulwark of the workers path to a better condition have time and again been attacked and never once has any prcrrUnarit Diinocitlo paper or party leader raised a voice to protest Our friends are they who standby us continuously and are ever willing to light our battles Whenever trade unionism Is attacked It Is not the Demo cratic party or press that comes to our assistance but the party and press of out class It labor owes any allegiance to a political party It Is certainly to n party composed of and guided solely by our class and not to one In which labor exploiters congregate arid labor enemies control however much they may promise In order to secure our support It la time tor labor to awaken to the necessity of political act m but In doing so let It take no backward step or make any false moves Respectfully yours CAMDEN CENTRAL LABOR UNION R M Hartman President W T LORINO Secretary The sending of this letter was au tborlied by an almost unanimous vote There was ono dissenting voice and two members not voting Camden Dally Courier Aug 10 p- C t 1 THE MARKET ft Berea Prices 4I Potatoes Irloh per buGOe Cabbage 2o per lb f Money ISc per lb Means Co por gal I Apples per buGOe IJggs per dozen ICo Mutter per IbIIiOo Dacon per Ib 124c 12eIthickens on foot per Ibl0e lIons on foot per Ib70 Feathers per Ih35c Corn tOO i Oats 60e Vhcat DOe per bu live Stock Loulstlllo Sept 23 1908 Choice export steers B GO 0 00 Choice butcher steers B 00 B 25 Common twtehcr etcers 4 ItO 4 60 Medium butcher steers 3 00 4 60 Common butcher steers 3 25 4 2i Choice butcher horrors 3 CO 4 00 Medium butcher heifers 3 00 I BO Common butcher heifers 2 60 3 00 Choice butcher cow 3 00 4 00 Stadium butcher cots 2 7B 300 Common butcher cows 3 BO 2 76 Canners 100 1 75- Clmie fat oxen 3 60 4 00 Medium oxen 3 Of 4 04 Choice bulls 2 BO 3 00 Medium bulls 3 25 2 BO Common bulls 160 3 00 Choice veal cairn 0 00 6 BO Medium veal calves 4 00 4 BO Common calves 3 BO 4 00 Good fowlers 4 00 4 25 Medium fewiers 3 50 4 00 Common feeders 2 BO 3 B- OriHMtc lock trrr 4 M fO Medium stock steers 3 25 3 75 Common MocV steers 3 00 3 BO I Medium stock heifers 2 60 3 26 J Choice stock helfero 3 00 4 96 Common mixed stockers 2 BO 3 65 Choice milch rows 35 00 46 64 Medium mush cows 5 00 SO 00 Common mulch cows 1It M tOOl Choke paokers and butohers- MOI to eWO Ibe 700 Medium packer and butebersI- CO I to 200 lbs 700I Choice pigs 90120 lbs 100 Light pigs BO90 lbl 4 5I- i Unlit shippers 1HM60 lbs Ii 10 Roughs 110460 Ibs up to ti 00 sugar Choice tat sheep 3 00 Medium sheep 2 10 t Common sheep S 00 I tacks 1 60 2 If Choice lambs 4 BO 5 00 Seconds 400 4 26- Qcod butcher lambs 4 60 6 00 Culls and tall ends 2 BO 4 00 MBSS PORK 112 BO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 13ttc heavy to medium 140- SIIOULDERSIOC per Ib- DACON Clear rib sides lie reg slur clear sides lOHc breakfast bacon 18c sugar cured shoulders lOe bacon extra lOc bellies light lie heavy 13e- LARDprimo steam In tierces llftc pure loaf In tierces llo In tubs 13c DRIED BEEF lie EGGS Case count J7Ho per dot candled We Butter 16SOc per lb POULTRY Spring chickens 12c I to 14c hens lOc ducks old So turkeys 1012c dusks young 13c WHEATNo 2 red 102 mixed 83cCORNNo 2 white 83c No I mixed 81e- OATSNow No3 white Kc No 3 mixed 620 RYE No 2 Northern 89c No 3 Northern 90a J1 A Pathetic Pitting Pcrnuiu who wont down lo see ont if the big Atlantic liners sail for Southampton the other morning wit niswed 1115 scene on tho pier A man wiarlng u long raincoat accompanied by a linndnomo woman arrived carT- Ing u HliuKgv hatred yellow dog An the pnlr poured the gangplank tho man turned timid tic lul the dog on tho muzzle Imitlpl II to the woman the while nddroMlcs II Now baby late good care of mam getbackThen ho turned nail kisnlng the wOoIshipThere York Tlutos I Imagine the American peoplo burn j ing for world power their tremendous appetite for work that now expends It self on business transformed Into an insatiable earth hunger Tho stars and stripes would become a Jolly Roger among the worlds tinge America let loose would bo appalling Sydney Maul The dial of the Colgate clock oa the Jersey City water front measures thir tyeight feet In diameter by day and forty feet by ulgbtthat Is tho lights which servo for tho hour marks at night lire set beyond tho periphery of tho daytime dial and form a circle of forty trot extreme diameter 1 The Porter Drug Co t iNOOirOBATID i PHONE 12 BEREA KY es + oeooeoeoeooeooeooeoeoMooeoeooooeooeooooeo 0 i Berea and Vicinity I 0 e- o 0 eo o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES te- o eoeoeoeoeooeoooceoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoe o IIFALLOPENING O- FMILLINERY LADIES You are most cordially invited to attend The OPENING DISPLAY sf FALL And WINTER MILLINERY October 1 23 1908 at MRS JONES MILLINERY STORE RespectfullyMRS LAURA JONES Cor Chestnut and Parkway Bcrca Kentucky DR BEST DENTIST CITY IUUNY illS OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Miss Emma Sopor who spent tho summer with Mr and Mrs E 11 Wallace returned to her homo last SaturdaIWilllaHMtMirg last weak for a visit j Mr and Mrs Anderson Crawford who have been visiting in different parts of Kentuaky and Ohio with their ohtldron for tho past year have returned home We will bav on dtopltjr the latest faMtotM IB LadiM and OnHdrtu tall aid 36 and GIDr at War Branch Leslie County was In town the first of tho weok Mrs Uolllo Coddington ot Itoauoko Va has been tho guest ot her lIOn Uort Coddtngton tho past week I Mr Jlmmle Dowden came last week from Chicago for tho first time in several years for a visit with his mother and stators Mrs Laura Jones baa opened for dis play trout now on indefinitely readi to wear hats caps achool girl bats baby bonnet and notions Call and lUkjaW It Gabbard and wife wero guests ot Mrs L O Jabbard Sunday Mr and Mrs Louis Sandlin ot Kingston wero in town Saturday forI the 0 A It picnic Dont forget Mrs 8 R Bakers fall and winter opening Sept 25 and 26 Mitt Laura Bales was a guest ot her sister Mrs D F VaaWlnklo tho first part ot tho week Misa Kato Daker and mother ot Wallacotoa spout Mouuay wltu IraI E B Wallace Mrs Lydia Whyland ot Pulaskl Cola vlsltng friends and relatives hero Millinery fall and winter styles now ready for your Inspection at Miss Fowlers opposite Welcho 1e Mrs E M Spenco baa been on tho alck list for the past few days Dr Bert Cornelius was in town over Sunday Ho returned Monday to Ids work in Leslie County Tho Bryan organization for Madison County has boon completed the mom bora of it for Berca being Messrs C Co Rhodus W 1L Porter and Chas RogersA firm ot commission merch ants to bo known as tho Berca Brokerage Company and consisting of J J Azblll and W B Harris ta soon to open up in town j It L Plorson and Son have sold I out their livery to W B Johnson for 1C50 and Mr Plerson and his family will leave the first of next month for the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota which will bo opened about that time There ho expects to tako up farming land We wish him tho best of success Friends hero of Martin 1C Pasco Jr will bo interested in his wedding Sept 8 at Hadley Mass to Miss Stella Green They will live at New Britain Conn whore he Is assistant secretary and treasurer of the Amen can Hosiery Co The leading otflcals f of the company attended the wed 1 ding I adt i WINTER I The Rev Oeo Ames who came from his home in Springfield Mo to attend tho Congregational Association will preach In the Congregational church Sunday morning Ho expects to return homo next week Mr T A Edwards who has been in Cincinnati for medical treatment Is expected back tho last ot this week but will not bo ablo to tako up work for somo time yet Tho Roy II M Racer who is pastor of a Congregational church in La Kollote Tcnn has been renewing old acquaintances with urea students and friends for the past week Ho noonI and chil drens hats drees goods and trim mings shoes corsets readymade skirts long coats and all tho new novelltlea Bverytutng in Ladles and childrens furnishing goods Mrs S R Baker Phono 123 Richmond St Boron Dr and Mrs Cowloy went to Win cheater where the Doctor will deliver a paper on Serum Therapy before the meeting ot the State Medical SoI The attendance at tho first day nigh chapel service of tho year last Sunday was unusually largo the j meeting being especially notable for tho number of citizens ot tho town present Proa Frost preached en Standing Alone In the Right Ho will preach again next Sunday night at tho samo time and place jAn Ico cream supper will be given I Todd school house Saturday A copy ot tho Grecnsburg Ind Dally News brings word ot a most pleasant surprise to which Mr and Mrs Edwin B Fee were treated at their home there on Friday Sept 11 on the occasion ot their twenty fifth anniversary of their wedding A party of 135 of their friends gathered and surprised them in the evening bringing preconta amounting to about j 7GiFrank Welch hat resigned his place with the Bolknap Hardware Co and will cover the Limo territory for Kruso and Bahlman ot Cincinnati I The Ramsey sale held by Mr Pro j witt on Tuesday near Paint Lick was onusually attended and tho bidding was high considering tho drouth A good rain within a we V would of course havo increased prices but as It was toe results were all that could be hoped for The corn went for from J2 25 to 307 a barrel yearling mute Lrought 97 and feeding cattle brouht 43 Tho Rev Dr Thomson will begin next Sunday morning at the Union Church a series of expository ser mono on the Epistle to tho Philip plans At each service printed slips will be distributed to the congrega tion so that at the close of tho eo rlcs those who attend regularly will have a complete outline of the book It la an opportunity not to be missed by tho Bible student The meting of the Congregational Association of Kentucky which was hold here last week was most succea ful there being about 20 ministers in attendance from all parts of tho state There has been a change In the management of the skating rink and it will be controlled for eight months undor lease by Duncan Wyatt Co a firm formed by well known young men of our town J W Dales who owns the rink Is to go on the road as salesman for a well known hard war first UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need C ofsomething good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE HI 1R pratbcr Successor to Golden Oroccrg Company pbonc 184 fiOain Street Opposite Gfttjcn Oftlcc PATTERN HATS LATEST CREATIONS IN MILLINERY Opening Display THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY OCTOBER 1 2 3 VERY RESPECTFULLY MISS ALLIE FOWLERChe- stnut Street Opposite Welchs Berea Kentucky- I o n ooeooeoooeoeoeoeII i College Items I 0 0- o HERE AND THERE o- o a- o nnoeoeooeoeooeoeoeoWord birth ot a daughter to Mr and Mrs Otto R McNutt at their homo In New Brighton Ponn on Aug 1C Tho little girl will be called Clara Margaret Mr McNutt and his wife formerly Wise Jessie Rogers and a daughter ot Raphael Rogers wore students here Prof Faulkner loft Monday for Knox County In tho interests of thC college Andrew M Ross who h doing Sunday School work on Buffalo Creek Ovrsloy County has beon visiting here with friends Tho football team under the man agement of Capt Swopo and Clyde Stliwoll will go to Danvlllo Friday for the first same of tho season which will bo played with Central Saturday afternoon Tho boys have been working hard and there Is lots ot good material and there Is a good chance of a tlno showing as Central has not had time to get tho benefits of expensive coaching which will show up later In tho season About seventeen men will mako the tripWord has been received o the death last Wednesday ot Miss Boatrlghts mother and of the death last Thurs day ot Miss Raymonds father Both teachers are expected toboat their posts here next winter thislyear Wyo having tho seventh and eighth grades Miss Marie Babcock has loll town for Massachusetts where she will work this year Pros Frost lectured to tho lower chapel Monday oil Abraham Lincoln and Proto Ralno to tho upper chapel on College Life A now student this year is Mr Tseu of Shanghai China who has come hero thru tho influence of Miss Ida L Brooks Tho Rev Mr Durchmau or Williams burg led chapel Wednesday morning Prof Rumold will address the Unit ed Chapel Monday morning on the subject of Tobacco and will per form several original experiments- Dr Williams of Laurel County a former student has been in town this week and will soon return with his wife to take up the matter ot buy Ing a homo here so they can put their children in school About twentyfive people went to a rally at Narrow Gap Sunday Miss M Brockett who Is visiting Prof and Mrs Kills and who is con nected with tho Chicago Relief and Aid Society will tell of tho work of that roclety at the Union church prayer meeting Thursday nlht AN ORDINANCE Be it ordained by the Board of Trustees of the town of Borca Ky that an inspector of meats be ap pointed whose duty shall be to beingkilledthe town of Berea Ky thru butcher shops or wagons or any other means of general distribution The fee for inspection shall be twentyfivebe paid by the owner of the animal inspectorismeeting of the Board of Trustees as to the number of animals in spected and the condition of same Any person not conducting a regular meat shop in the town of Berea shall pay a license of 100 per day or fraction thereofon which he distributes meats Any person failing to comply with this ordinance shall be fined not less than 500 nor more than 2000 for each offense 1opI 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 De Holliday Co PHONE Day 169 Night 71 BEREA KENTUCKY I WNYTAFTSHOOLOWIN Prosperity Depends on Repub lican Success A RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT Nation Has Grown Rich and Great Under Sound Principles and Wise Policies of Grand Old PartyDe mocracy Record It One of Failure Because the principles and policies the men and measures of the Repub lican party are essential to the pros perlty of all our people and to the welfare of our beloved land the pres dent of the United States and all associated with him In authority the congress which formulates the laws for ou protection and the courts which construe the laws in accordance with the letter and spirit of our coast tutlon should be In sympathy with the purposes 01 the Republican party whose administrations have made this mighty nation respected and admired wherever governments are known among men- The principles of the Republican part are the some as were employed by Washington Hamilton and their com patriots In the early days of the repub lic They were the guides of Marshall and Webster In expounding the na dons organic law They lighted tho pathway of Lincoln and Grant of McKinley and Dewey and were the bear cons of progress for Roosevelt Taft and their associates in the administra live affairs of the nation The strongest argument In favor of continuing tho Republican party In power Is the record of Its achievements contrasted with that of tho Democrat ic party and applying reasonable deductions therefrom to the chief issues before the people at this time First A revision of the customs tariff to meet changed conditions In trade and Industry In 1883 1800 and 1807 the Republican party revised the tariff In each In stance success crowned Its labors In 1837 It gave us the present tariff and tenr1eare or the most marvelous and prosperity the world has ever witnessed was the result The Democratic party revised the tariff In ISM and the country suffered Indus trial and flnuuvlal disaster which end ed only with the return of the Republican party to power and the reestablishment of the tariff upon adequately protective llies Nothing In the language of human experience so eloquently appeals t the confidence of men as the magic word success The policies of the Re publican party have been successful The wonderful record of American achievement under Republican admin Istrntlons Is n comfort to the hearts and Inspiration to the hopes of Amen can freemen The Republican party came Into power In 1801 It has maintained the poll cy of protection to homo Industries which has been and is now opposed by the Democratic party The value of our farms lu 1800 was less than 8000000000 of our manufacturing plants less than 2000000000 In 1000 our farms were valued at 20 000000000 our manufacturing plants in 1005 at 12000000000 The annual value of our farm products Increased 3000000000 The addition of 3000 000 salary and wage earners In man ufacturing plants established under protection with Individual yearly In comes Increased from 200 In 1800 to 500 In 190r contributed to make our home market the best In the world Grateful should a people be upon whom despite their opposition bless ings unnumbered are bestowed Eleven southern states of the American Union rejected the policies of the Republican party In 1801 and attempted to set up a government based upon free trade The plan failed In 1800 those states bud capital invested In manufacturing to the amount of 108000000 In 1005 they had Invested In manufacturing 1151000000 The Increase of Invest meuta In manufacturing In those states during live years only ending with 1003 was f 75000000 or four times the vulue o all manufacturing plants within their borders when the Repub lican party arose to power and useful ness In the lepubllc SecondA reorganization ottho banking and currency laws to furnish a safe cure cy for tho convenience of our people li their dally exchanges The Rcpul lean party established the gold standuL Instead of ruin pre party wages and prices have risen the former in so much greater ratio that at no time anywhere would a days labor buy so much of the necessaries and luxuries of life as lu the United States today More than 1000000000 In gold In our treasury Is the greatest amount held by any natlin Tho Republican party gave us safe bank notes and provision for additional currency in emergencies all as good as gold The Democratic party offered free silver coinage as n solution of the money question Now It advocates United States notes which It opposed when the Republican party issued such notes as a means of saying the Unio- nThtrdEbe milking of laws to Insure that rich cud powerful corporations shall not take tribute from smaller producers and consumers that accom panying our Increasing wealth production there shall be a check upon WRStOI of our natural resources courts shall be perfect safeguards of our people In the true spirit of liberty restrained by law which Is the corner tio of our republican Institutions The Republican party gave to the nation the nnti trust laws for the pro tectlon of the people against control of the market places by combinations of L A Davis M D OFFICE AT Rk SIDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST S R BAKER DENTISTI OFFICE In faker Build I ing Richmond Street IOfllre hensCity Pliim Teeth extracted EXPERIENCEBEREA Richmond Buys a DR good I Mans ICOPYRlQHTS LcAnyone tending a tkelrn and description farqnlcklr na our opinion an fans atrlotbeonedenttaLIIANDSe0 Communlea on Iatenti petentaPetenta iY8 rpteil notice without charge In the Scientific JttiericatiAhan- diometjrlllnitrkted wwklr Largest cir culation of anr trlentlflo Journal TenU it eudbyaUnewadeaterMIUNN Ilraocb Offlce 63 BU VTajhlngton C Y M S POULTRY FENCEVery Close OornrkM Iran cbwxf lUa Write toe c Ulof bIert a at t daf rnisnxa CO DKaIa m Xuui Cut MeshI capital It perfected the railway rate law provided punishment for secret rebating to favored corporations and secured to all shippers equality In rates of transportation Having given us in dustries which utilize natural resources In adding to the comforts of life the Itepubllcan party will enact wise laws to prevent waste of those resources With fidelity to the basic principles of the nation unmoved by appeals Of demagogues or clamor for class legislation the Republican party will safeguard private rights through the processes of the courts to the end that justice shall remain a shield and protector to every citizen The Democratic party opposed the principles and policies of Washington and Hamilton until tho decisions of Marshall fixed them securely In the laws and In the hearts and minds of the American people It opposed the principles of union for which Lincoln gave his great and gracious soul It opposed the policies of the Republican party In meeting the issues which grow out of the civil and Spanish American wars In the decisions of the courts and In the approval of the pea ple the Republican party has found complete justlficatlon Tho policies of tho Republican party tord aling with the Issues of the pres ent are opposed by the Democratic party but the plaudits of the people will again testify to the wisdom and patriotism of the Republican party when it shall have solved these prob lems In government as surely It will If Intrusted with that duty Devoted to principles which make for the betterment of our people In their domestic and foreign relations steadfast In support of policies which have brought prosperity honor and glory to our country the Republican party exhibits In Its record conclusive proof of ability to administer government in keeping with the best tradl tlpns of the republic For that reason it should bo successful In November DODOEI Government ownership NeverGovernment regulation Yes with every person and every In tired treated alike The Citizen ft ftnlly iw pipr fo r all that It right true and Interesting ltibltabed veil Thursday at sere Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated I Unity Frost Editor and Mtnift Subscription Raton FAYABUt IN ADVANCX- Omt Tear 4tst eta Mouths M Three Moatbi M Stud money by rot olaee or 8aprta Mona Order IcfiMcrcd Letter oron e sad twe wit ittrapt The date ale your mc Oil libel bow to whit dlo yonr MbKrlptlon Upild It It b so- tttanlMinted within three weekj ttltt Mttfr u- VClMlir aumbera will Igladly nppUc If w- ate etlfied Fine premiums cheap with new ratocrlptloni and prompt renew 1s Send for rremlum List Llbcril term gives to my who obtiln rw b for ut Any out ndlnt u rout Ttttly ubcrlptloncaotecieveTbCttbarrs Sat for one ye r- AdTtrtlilnf run oa ippltcitlon hales or KBNTCCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION j L A straw hat was seen on tho streets of Philadelphia the other day Is it possible that they think there that It Is still last summer d Two cats have been declared legal ly dead In Philadelphia And yet the 1supply of gossip In that city is proba bly not appreciably diminished Though you may be surprised to hear it nowhere has it been decreed by city state or nation that our worn enfolk must wear those big impossi ble hats The latest definition of love is protoplasmic hunger After marriage it I Is supplanted by a craving for a more substantial diet than the protaplasmlo bill of fare seems to offer That Scotchman who invented a gun that will shoot a projectile from Lon I don that will land In Paris may sud denly take it into his head to invent bagpipes that can bo heard the same distanceI According to reports President Eliot of Harvard wants to limit the college football teams to two games a season If such ideas are carriedi out the cause of higher education will be at a discount The husky athlete who shows up at the dock with a crowd of admiring friends and a camera man will dis cover on a little inquiry that the email boy with the fish pole has beat en him into the water Saloons have swing doors which yield to a very gentle push Why not I schoolhouses is tho pertinent ques tion asked by a correspondent of the New York Times It ought to bo as easy to get out of a schoolhouse as Into a saloon- I i A Clevelander has Invented an air- shipj t which he says will stay up for months We dont wish to bo criticali but it docs seem as it the most en thusiastic aeronaut would want to down to earth at least once in i two or three weeks 1 A Now York physician Is said to I MbaTeremoved a human heart from tho t and repaired an injury without any harm resulting to the patient Thats nothing there are plenty of girls who can give their hearts to or four men at one time Ithree New York teachers who prefer the offer of a free trip to Europe to study the school systems there with salaries paid in full while they are away because they are too high and mighty to travel second class should cheerfully be allowed to stay at homo E After getting married and unmar i sled a few times some rich folks actually get tired of the sport says the Washington Post This may be so but remarks tho Baltimore Ameri can it is Impossible to see that recent give any grounds for such a 1conclusionIf the Chicago woman who drank to intoxication in order to give bet hus band an object lesson had first con sulted some one with common sense she would have learned without the humiliating experience that morality does not thrive on that kind of teach log and perhaps have saved herself from a divorce scandal Pcnnylntheslot machines for sell ing gas are so popular In London that there is almost a famine in copper coins in that city The British mint tiscoining four tons a day in an at to supply the demand In 1907 t 1336 tons of pennies were taken from the automatic gas meters As the meters are opened only once in three months it can be seen that the amount of coin taken out of circula i tion by them is considerable Automobiles have not driven all the horses to the boneyard There are linearly 20000000 horses in this coun their estimated value Is ale most 2000000000 In the decade due ing which the motor car has been de- velopedIi the number of horses has Inv creased by 4000000 and tho average value of a horse has risen The case Is a little like the experience of trac then development In largo cities When new tunnels and subways are opened the old linos seem to be just as much crowded as ever 11 rMusic II Unique I M Is the as an Art of Own I By ERNEST P OROSSE I USIC stands in nature and influence unique among the arts as an art of its own sort All the other arts have to serve the purposes of life Music serves essentially tho objects of net alone In this sense music may be called the purest art Es pecially between music and poetry their close outward connection there exists n deep inner contrast Poetry is master of tho whole world of phenomena Music can say of lfClfy kingdom is not of this world If tho music of a people is independent of its civilization so inversely tho civilization ofn people is essentially independent of its music Even in the lowest stages of culture tho indirect practical influence of music is far behind its immediate musical ciTect and the onward course of development constantly has given a decided predominance to the latter The more music has developed tho specific musical element harmony the more musical its character has become so much more exclusively has its effect also become Platos assertion that music is n means of popular education has been repeated in our time But music can substantially only educate to mu sic Whoever asks anything else from it only gives evidence that he is not able to appreciate what it ofors hint Music is an art wholly of its own kind which can be compared as to means and effects with no other art Nobody has insisted more energetically on this distinct position of music than Music is quite independent of the visible world is absolutely ignorant of it and could exist in a certain way if there wore no world which cannot be slid of the other arts All the other arts toke their models from the visible world from nature they arc imitative arts but music in its pure work at least copies no natural phenomena of any sort whatever It creates as Gurney says audible forms successions anti combinations of tones which have no prototype in nature and do not exist outside of music World Not YetExplored Br COUNT rtKOINAHD LOUEZO SummerDrink FLINT Among Artsi IIIts notwithstanding Schopenhauer representative The universe has ninny surprises and is perpetually upsetting tho theories of the wise men with fresh revelations regarding its nature and treasures So that tho wisest are in state of habitual readiness for novelties and pin no faith to past and present inodica of knowledge other than that they serve for tho time being To do otherwise is fatal as scientific history testifies again and again When Mother Shipton predicted instan taneous communication between continents her prophecy sounded visionary utopiar chimerical But the invention of tho tele graphmade it possible for New York and San Francisco Paris and London to come into immediate communication When telegraphy was es tablished tho vision became reality But n wiro for long time war thought essential Without this connecting medium communication would have been affirmed impossible Now that wireless telegraphy is hero per force it is accepted as possible The doubters are incredulous of telepathy Use intercommunion of mind with mind But the patient laborers in the Iflboratorios aro prepar ing to demonstrate tho latest novelty- A few years ago the atom was indestructible but now no longer the conservation of mass and the conservation of onorgy woro infallible pos tulates of science But times and dicta have changed since than Our senses themselves scorn to be progressive and as thoy advance they interpret the world anew They find new forces elaborate new laws The five senses agree well enough but the sixth undoes the work of them all It looks through walls views past and future finds forms in empty space Ilammarion writes that wo pass through air without an effort but find iron resistingOur world is unexplored Thc inivcrso is as yet unrevealed We do not know the future that awaits us We do not know what will be revealed about our selves about tho world the stars the sea the invisible powers the dead the unborn Glorious things may be expected They are We merely have not found them The coal lay in the bosom of the earth ages before it was mined Steam and electricity existed long before they were utilized The earth itself the sun the moon and stars swung in their orbits millions of years before human eye either inhabitedor studied them Water the Best By 0 ELLIOT a a a The greatest part of the human body being water and that part evaporating rapidly during the summer season it behooves us to think now somewhat carefully of what we shall drink The various sug gestions for allaying thirst without drinking much water are the writer believes perniciousIn weather nothing tastes better or is more wholesome than cool water It keeps the blood from thickening and therefore the circulation active and when present in excess much exudes as perspira tion which reduces the bodys temperature The danger from sunstroke is slight if one drinks plenty of water Moreover water if drunk with meals dilutes the food and thus makes it more easy of digestion It is wrong to suppose that dilution of the gastric juice weakens its digestive power The experiment has been tried and it is mentioned by Dr Jacobi in his work on Infant Diet of artificially digesting meat with gastric juice After some time the digestion ceases and it recommences when water is added Indeed most of us know what a relief is felt if we drink water after a too hearty meal I If it were uphygienic to drink when eating water would not be particularly fattening at such a time It is fattening then because it enables the gastric juice more thoroughly to digest and to liquefy solid foods which are not assimilable until liquefied Dr Jacobi states that infants that are fed on thin gruels thrive better then do those fed on heavier foods v REAPED BY THE ASIATIC PEST ARE HUNDREDS OF VICTIMS DAILY IN THE CAPITAL And It Has Spread to Other Russian CItiesSchools of St Petersburg Serve As Hospitals St Petersburg Sept U8t Peters burg Is In the grasp of tho Asiatic cholera which already has exceeded In severity and number the visitation of 1903 The disease is Increasing tally at an manning rate and unless the authorities show in the future a much greater degree of ability to cope with thu situation than they havo In the past there Is every reason to lone that it will get out of their hands Tho government has threatened to apply tho provisions of martial law and this threat has driven the municipal oUt dais to bend nil their energies to tho campaign of clearing tho city of the scourge The nldermanlc council Sunday voted a preliminary sum amounting to 250000 to enlarge tho hospital space to purchaso and distribute disinfec tants the supply of which In St Petersburg Is well nigh exhausted and to ixpcdlta the Interment ot bodies which has been notoriously slow The dead houses aro overcrowded unit many corpses lie unburied A beginning was made Sunday when public schools were transformed Into hospital wards A numhor of tho gram mar schools were closed and 4000 of tho students sent to their homos The situation which has always been serious since tho very first case was reported assumes a graver aspect from the appearance Sundajr of a very virulent typo of the disease In two cases of which death followed within 16 minutes of the first symptoms As announced by the oQlcial bulletins the cases numbered 349 and tho deaths 128 during the 24 bourn between Friday noon and Saturday noon This was a considerable decrease from tho preceding day but there Is doubt of the accuracy of tho official statement The racord for tho name 54 hours ascertained from unofficial but rev liable sources show tho actual number to have been far In excess of that Whether or not however there was an actual increase tho disease re turned its march on Saturday the state istics posted showing that from Saturday noon until Sunday noon there were 398 cases and 141 deaths this being the largest number so far officially announced FlftyElght New Cases In Manila Manila Sept 21 Fiftyeight now cases of cholera anti 19 deaths are reported for the 24 hours ending at S oclock Monday morning The Infect cd areas are spreading but the health authorities are confident they will speedily gain control of the situation Qov General Smith Juts summoned a special meeting of Ito members of tho Philippine commission to discuss tho plague situation and to lay plans for an extension of tho campaign now be- Ing waged against the disease FOREST FIRE RAZES TWO CITIES More Than Four Thousand People Have Been Made Homeless nhtnelander WIs Sept 21The towns of Oagan and Woodboro On the Soo railroad wore wiped out by forest fires Sunday Both were prosperous lumber centers each having a popula tion of 2000 All there are homeless Burned out of their homes tho people began fleeing from the fire which grew more dangerous with each mina ute Women carrying children In their arms and men and boys with packs on their backs ran toward Ithhlelander many falling prostrate In tho heat only to be helped on by the stronger refugees Nearly till of those burned out at Gagan reached nhlnclandcr Sunday night and are being cared for But fow of tho Woodboro people are here and it Is not known what has become of nil of them Hundreds of men have gone out from this city to fight the Shames but reports received from those who are returning Sunday night say they have made little progress In their battle against the tire Slayer of Student Loses Home By Fire Manhattan Kan Sept nA firo oi incendiary origin completely destroy ed M A Crevistons residence here The fire department responded prompt ly but had no sooner got a stream of water on tho building than the water supply was shut off Last Tuesday evening Crevlston shot and killed John Koons and seriously wounded Aide Immenschuh State Agricultural college ntndcnts Crovlstoni excuse was tho boys knocked on the side of his house while passing Mother and Daughter Killed By Negro Jacksonville Fin Sept 21Walter Ledbetter a negro tramp arrested by Sheriff Bowden has confessed that he killed Mrs Norman and her daughter Saturday midnight There aro threats of a lynching but the prisoner Is safe ly lodged In tine Duval county Jail A speedy trial is being arranged for him Murder and Suicide Princeton Mo Sept 21ln the midst of a gay party of young people Edward Ash son of a well tedo farm er shot and mortally wounded Tom Gardner one of his associates Ash ended his life later under a train Blessed By the Pope Hume Sept 21Tho Pope Sunday received in audience 70 sailors from the American battleships Maine all Alabama which are at Naples Eacb kissed the popes ring and received from him a medal and hit benediction nn BOY MAKES MONEY Set Up a Lemonade Stand That Proved Profitable An energetic boy of 14 years of litdecided to try his luck at making some pocket money during tbo sum mer vacation and this was his plan which I muit add proved to fO a- very good ono for during tho first weeks trial ho cleared about 3 At Ute Juncture of two popular street car lines where tho travel was extensive and constant all day long tho boy took up his stand A largo umbrella formed his establishment and a little empty goods box turned bottom side up was his counter On this counter stood his stock In trade namely a large wooden pall full of Ice water neatly covered by a towel several tightly corked largo mouthed bottles and a halt dozen drinking glasses Also behind the counter resting on the ground was another large pall of water from which he kept tho drinking glasses cleansed Now It was tho contents of tho bot tles that furnished tho most appetis ing and refreshing as well as wholesome drink to passengers transfer ring from ono street car lino to the other In these bottles was tho fol lowing mixture To one pound of granulated sugar had been added 30 drop of essence of lemon 214 A Stand That Made Money ounces of tnrtnrlo acid had been sift ed through a fine piece of cheesecloth and thoroughly mixed with tho same quantity of carbonate of soda Then this mixture had boon stirred well In to the sugar and then put Into bot ties To ono glass of ice water would bo added two teaspoonfuls of tho bot tles Ingredients and a most delicious drink was ready for a thirsty customer And the boy matte quite a neat profit soiling this effervescing lemonade at three cents a glass The Dog The dog In mans most faithful friend A mau may He but n dog wont a man may got drunk a man may slandur his neighbor a man may embezzle and defraud a man may borrow money a man may steal money a moo may GO into politics a man may knife his best friend a man may run people down with an automobile a man may gamble himself to ruin a man may waste his substance In riotous living a man may go to heaven but a dog wont Can theso things be truthfully spoken of the other friends man has about him asks Success Magazine There is a strong affinity between man and the dog It must bo the affinity of con trast Yet any man will resent being called a dog Possibly tho dog would resent being called a man if ho un derstood I do not know I only know that tho maxim works but ono way and If we should say Man is the dogs roost faithful friend there would bo many to cavil saying that It was mighty rough on the dog JUST LIKE A LIVE ONE Fish Made Out of Blotting Paper and Itt Lifelike Movements Draw a fish upon stiff blotting paper and cut It out Make dotted lines corresponding to those In picture Fold along these lines beginning at the top Now place tho fish In a platter cov ered with n shallow depth of water Presently your flan will squirm find wriggle at last entirely straightening Itself out Fun It a Necessity Most people have tho Impression that fun and humor nre life Inciden tats not necessities that they ore luxuries and bato no great bearing upon ones career Many think of fun as frivoious Indicating n tack of seri ous purpose In life There are parents who rebuko their children because they want to have fun and go lit for a gooJ tune says Success Magaalno These parents have yet to learn the great part which fun and humor play In tho physical economy utd heir in IOCQC on tile Uta LITTLE EVERY IJtlle freckled fluffy OOVIWith the turnup And tho haIr ot And tho dirty clothes tattle frecklnl mar With liU brown fret bare Ii the chip we all love And ho lives everywhere KINDNESS TO ANIMALS A Plea for Better Treatment of the Brute Creation It la absolutely inconceivable that man is not ashamed to abuse Innocent animals as ho doesas if all nature belonged to him and as If ho were not a guest by sufferance upon the earth upon which ho cannot remain and of which ho cannot say that It belongs to him and that he can do what he pleases with It And It man really Imagines that he la the lord of the creation which ho nevertheless has neither designed nor made and in which ho can neither better nor alter anything urcly ho has before all a tremendous responsibility toward his interiors and must perhaps sometime give an account of the way In which ho has treated these animals writes Cannon Sylva In tho Century If eternal retribution Is a reality If we are responsible what shall we then suffer for tho way in which we have treated Gods creatures No animal is bad only hungry man first teaches him to be vindictive when ho has ex hausted his patience But how long an animal suffers with patience before he takes revenge How long a dog or a cat will let itself bo tormented by children without defending itself and nndIItself it It wore not bettor and more patient than Us small tormentors And so It Is cowardly rOt children to torture animal They know that the animals are good and do what they please Shame on them I A RUMMAGE IN THE ATTIC The Delights of Dressing Up In Grandma Clothes Was Resting Willie had been III so he was sent to the country for a rest and to regain his health Of course ho was told to write as con as ho arrived But a week passed before his mother re calved tho following note Dear mother I hot here all tight but forgot to write I and another boy went out In a boat and tho boat upset but a man got nio out all right I was filled with water and didnt know anything for a long time A homo kicked mo over yesterday so Ive got a big bandage on my head Wore going to tot pre to n barn tonight so I suppose well have lots of fun Im going to bring a dandy dog home If I can get him in my trunk Your loving ron Willie Brave Fldo Die Fldo sits Upon the step Awutclilns all about It Is this noblo doggies place To keep the trahccra out If through the Kate a kitten peek Hug mila growls and growls AntI If a tramp cornea to a halt r The Fldo howls and howls nut If a bigger doc comes up And stops as If to say Hello there Pup I dout fear you Then Fldo runs away comeAn Beatrice aged five spent the day playliiK with Tommy her jlttle four yearold neighbor When zee wail ready to go homo sho hugged andJ kissed Tommy against his tearful pro testatlons Reporting tho matter to her mother silo concludes with t But mother Tommy should have shouidqttarLloplucott i I HURLED TO DEATH LIEUT 3ELFRIDGE KILLED BY FALL OF AEROPLANE tORVILLE WRIGHT INJURED Breaking of Propeller Wade Causes Tragic Accident at Tort Myer In tho Presence- of Thousands Washington After having drawn the attention of tho world to his noro piano flights at Port Myer and having established new worlds records for hoavlorlhan air flying machines Or villa Wright Thursday mot with a tragical mishap while making a two man flight The aoroplunlst was ac companied by Llsul Thomas K Solf rldgo of tho signal corps ut tho army Lieut Solfrldgo was fatally Injured and died at 810 oclock at night Mr Wright was seriously injured but Is expected to recover While the machine was encircling tho drill grounds a propeller blade snapped off and hitting somo other part of tho intricate mechanism caused tho machine to overturn In tho air and fall to the ground enveloping tho two occupants In tho debris Wright Not Dangerously Hurt After a hurried surgical examination It was announced that Mr Wright was milt dangerously Injured lie Is auf I faring from a fracture of his left Orvlll Wright Thigh and several rlb3 on the left side are broken Iioih men reeeIvd deep ruts about the head Mr Wright re gained oousclouanoe at the hospital and dictated a cablegram to his brother at Lo Mans Franco and requested that tho Fame menage jne sent to his sister And father at flay ton 0 assuring them that be was all xlghL Mr Wright Wednesday replaced the propellers which ho had boon using with another pair tho blades of which Fro six Inches longer They were used for the first time In Thursdays dlsas trlous flight and many who have wit nessed Mr Wrights fights at Fort slyer believe the change of propellers caused the accident An examination of the broken blade showed that It had been snapped off at n point ono fourth of the distance from the hub A deep Indentation of tho broken jileco Indicated that It had struck some other part of the aeroplane Fully 2000 persons Including many army officers and scientists wore at Fort Myor and witnessed the tragedy Sclfrldge an Enthusiast Lieut Thomas B Solfrldgo was one of tho most enthusiastic believers In aeronautics among the officers In the military service and through his own efforts succeeded In securing a detail with tho aeronautical division of tho signal corps Ho was born In San Francisco 20 years ago and was ap polnled to tho military academy at West Point from that state Ho was appointed a second lieutenant In tho artillery corps In 1903 and commis atoned a first lieutenant four years later i Military Funeral for Selfrldge Lieut Solfrldgos body was removed from the hospital to an undertakers whore It will remain until tho arrival of tho young officers father who wired from San Francisco that ho would like to have his son burled either at Arlington or West Point Cause of Disaster Explained Speaking for Mr Wright Mr Taylor later sold The accident was caused by an ex traordinary vibration of ono of tho wires runnlrig from tho main planes to the upper steel fitting of tho rudder This vibration was so groat that the wire got In rnngo of tho propeller and was struck by the blade cutting a deep gash In tho edge of tho propellor blade about four Inches from the end This caused the blado to break The other blade of the propeller now around and In turn struck tho came wire breaking it This made Mr Wright loco control of his rudder on tirely and tho loss of both blades of the propeller and tho breaking of tho wire caused him to loso control of tie planes International Thief Caught Paris Tho police havo arrested an Alleged thief who went under tho name of 8 Pellsdorf of San Francisco According to tho police Pellsdorf Is wanted In ovary capital In Europe lie made a specialty of stealing bank collectors wallets president of Ecuador Recovers Quito Ecuador President Alfaro who has suffered lately from heart trouble has quite recovered and Thursday he assumed again tho duties tchlet executive I 30V HUGHES RENOMIHATED NEW YORK EXECUTIVE NAMED ON FIRST BALLOT Democrats Gelect Chanter to Contest for PlaceRest of the State Tickets Saratoga N Y Charles Evans Hughes was nominated Tuesday by the Itoiubllcan state convention by an overwhelming majority and on tho first ballot to succeed himself as governor of tho into of Now York He received 827 out of a possible 1009 votes UH against 1D1 or James W WadBwortb Jr of Livingston county speaker of the state assembly and 31 for former Congressman John K Stewart of Montgomery Tho nomination was made unanl mous upon motion of state Committeeman William llamas Jr of Albany who has boon perhaps tho bitterest nod most outspoken opponent of the governor renomlnatlon Tho governors renomlnatlon fol lowed the uttor failure of a doiporato struggle ou tho part of a number of the county loaders who fur tour days spared no effort to discover a candl data upon whom they could unite to defeat him The rest of tho ticket won undo up In tho good oldfash lonod way ns an organization slate announced an hour or moro before tho session of tho convention began by Timothy L Woodruff chairman of tho state committee after a conference of the local loaders Horace White of Onandaga was nominated for lieutenant governor Sanfuol S Koonlg for secretary of stato and IM ward 1U OMalley for attorney general Rochester N YAs the culmlnat Ing feature of tho Democratic state convention which closed Wodnosday there was n notable demonstration hero Wednesday night In honor of the partys national standard bearer Wit liam Jennings Bryan who reached tho city shortly before seven oclock and addressed a mass mooting In conven Ion hall and overflow gatherings out side Mr Bryan expressed his gratitude for tho nomination of Lieut Coy Lewis Stuyvoaant Chanler ns head of tho state ticket and paid a personal tribute to him Tho ticket In full Is Governor Lewis Stuyvosant Chan ler of DutohoM lieutenant governor John A IMx of Washington secretary of state John C Whalen of Monroe attorney general George M Palmer of Schohnrlo controller Martin II Glynn of Albany stale engjneer and survtyor Phillip P Parley of lyn treasurer Julius Ilausar of Suf folk DIG ST LOUIS FIRM ATTACKED Receiver Is Asked for the State Trust Company- St Louis Minority stockholders Thursday afternoon filed a petition In he circuit court asking that a rw colvor bo appointed for the Slate Trust Company a St Louis real estate firm capitalized at 1000000 Tho petition says that on May 20 1907 the directors voted to Increase the capital of tho concern from 600 000 to 1000000 representing that 750000 had already been paid In At another meeting It Is alleged tho dl rectors voted to pay back to tho stock holders the 20000 that they paid Into tho company to Increase its capl tal to 1000000 but the money has not yet been paid back It is also stated that the principal assets of tho company are 199600 In real estate This was subscribed by II A Vroo man president It Is understood that the company has been planning the erection of u largo business block In St Louis Q P MOROSINI DIES SUDDENLY Banker and Noted Philanthropist Passes Away In New York Now York Giovanni P Morcslnl banker and noted philanthropist died suddenly Tuesday of heart failure at Ills country place Illverdalo In the upper section of the city Mr Moroslnl who was 74 years old Is survived by a son and two daugh ters Ills wife died In 1S93 Mrs VIc- toria Moroglnl Schilling his youngest daughter created a sensation a few years ago by eloping with tho family coachman and the aged banker dlsln herited her Miss Glulla Moroslnl tho other daughter Is a noted horsewom an Otllllo P Moroslnl the son mar rled Mary Bond a Virginia belle Fire tn an insane Asylum Amltyvllle U INot realizing tholr danger 90 Insane patients In the Long Island Home one of tho largest insane asylums In tho state fought against being removed from a section of the main building Wednesday when that structure caught fire Tho flames spread so rapidly that a great portion of tho big building was ablaze in a few minutes and the In mates were almost cut ort from es cape Sixty keepers were compelled to use force to get the unfortunate men and women to safety and for sev oral minutes there was a scene of tho wildest excitement Fatal Explosion at Mare Island ValloJo CalThe cxplosloa of 250 gallons of gasoline on board a bargo moored abreast of the submarine boats Grampus and Pike at the Mare Island navy yard Friday afternoon resulted In tho death of Chief Machinist Teddy May and Injuries to Lieut J S Townsend Chief Gunners Mate W H Leahy gad Chief Gunners Mate Moro rln Both submarine boats were bad ly scorched The tender Fortuna and the tug Unandllla were also Injured the latter catching fire The men were forced to Jump overboard H Mica Bummer CoodDy Now That Y ou Have Had Your Recreation Ill Take Mine SHIP CRUSHED THREE DIE STEAMER COLON BATTERED DY FIERCE HURRICANE Panama Craft Plying Between New York and Isthmus Arrives In Port However Colon Tho steamship Colon half masted and showing other evidences of distress came limping into port Friday She had been badly battered by the hurricane encountered Sunday Three members of her croW lost their lives while engaged In tho hold In repairing a water tank The Colon belongs to tho Panama Railroad Company Sho left New York September lOand was duo to ar rived here Thursday She encountered the hurricane at a point 40 miles north of Walling Island The wind blow 100 miles an hour and tremendous seas woro soon sweeping over tho vessel Tho staterooms and tho dining saloon woro flooded ono of her smokestacks was carried away three boats were washed overboard and tho wlro less telegraph apparatus was disman tied Orders wore given that no pasS stingers be allowed on deck and the travelers had to spend Sunday and Sunday night In tho dining saloon The water got to tho mall bags and tho registered and ordinary mall was badly damaged Sunday night passed with tho ship laboring through tho storm and the passengers huddled be low In a stato of panic Early Monday It was discovered that salt water was making Ita way forward into the fresh water tanks Fearing that tho fresh water would give out the second assistant engl neer William Llicy and tho ships carpenter J Olson were sent down Into tho hold Monday afternoon to change the tank connections Tho two men wore below for an hour without giving any signs of re- turnIng Anxious for their safety R Bnrthl a water tender and A Sands a Junior engineer volunteered to go below nnd learn what had happened when tho disaster occurred PEST GRIPS ST PETERSBURG Asiatic Choleras Ravages In the Cap ital of Russia St Petersburg Three hundred and five cases and 115 deaths from the Asiatic cholera were retorted for tho 24 hours ending nt noon Thursday Tho municipal administrations are under fire from all sides for their criminal Inefficiency In handling the epidemic and for their failure to make adequate preparation for hospital am bulance and sanitary services Al though they had ample warning of tho coming of the disease no effective steps were taken to stamp out the scourge oven the elementary precau tions of disinfecting nnd cleaning were neglected A recurrence of the out break In the spring In even greater proportions Is considered Inevitable Six Killed In Explosion Sednlln MoSlx persons were killed and 30 Injured four of whom are not oxpected to live as tho result of an explosion of a car of black powder at Windsor near hero at 1015 oclock Tuesday morning Tho explosion was caused by John Wesley a negro who throw a lighted match Into a pile of powder which had spilled from a broken keg of tho ex plosive For his prank Wesley paid the penalty with his life his body bo Ing horribly mutilated Rain Chocks Forest Fires Duluth MlnnA heavy rain fell at rJrand Morals extending westward from there 15 or 20 miles While not extinguished the forest fires were held In check as a result of tho storm and Grand Morals Chicago flay and other north shore settlements that have thus far escaped the flames are considered safe HerselfTries to Cremate Mobile AlaMrs Margaret Brad ford n widow suffering from mental derangement Friday morning saturat ed her bed with oil sot fire to It and lay down Sho was horribly burned and physicians pronounce her recov cry impossible Jollet Woman Killed by Auto Joliet J1tClty Treasurer Martin n Schuster while automobiling Fri day ran over and killed Mrs John Lye The woman became confused and it ijiped In front of the machine CONGRESSMAN LANING FREE Ohioan Acquitted of Charge of Misapplying Funds Fremont O Tho Jury In tho Laning case returned a verdict of not guilty Into Thursday afternoon after considering the case less than an hour all told Following the return of tho verdict there were congratula tons on all sides between attorneys Jurors Judge tho defendant and oth ers luterested Mr LanIng Is Interested in many business enterprises In Norwalk his home lie was a director of tho Ohio Trust Company through which his va rious financial matters were negotiat ed and president of the Loping Print Ing Company the plant of which was recently burned This company did much of the stato printing Together with J C Glbbs man tiger of the Ohio Trust Company tho congressman was Indicted on the charge of misapplying funds of the latter company and embezzling stock of the Norwalk Savings Bank Com pany They also were accused of loan Ing funds to fictitious real estate com panics owned in part by officers of tho bank it was alleged and used as a blind to cover personal loans HARD BLOW AT FORAKER Hearst Makes Sensational Statements About Him and Standard 011 Columbus O Thomas HIsgcn candidate of the Independence party for president and William R Hearst addressed a meeting in Memorial hall Thursday night under tho auspices of the local organization of tho party Mr Hearst read letters which he said had been written by John D Archbold of tho Standard 011 Company to Senator J B Foraker of Ohio referring to legislation pending In congress and mentioning two In closures of checks one for 15000 and another for 14500 ClnclnnatlThat he had been an attorney for tho Standard Oil Company several years ago terminat ing such service before tho federal prosecution of that concern but such employment had nothing to do with matters pending in congress or in which the federal government was In terested Is tho substance of a brief statement mado Friday by Senator Foraker In answer to charges made by William n Hearst In Columbus Thursday night NURSE CARELESS THREE DEAD Serious Case of Poisoning In San Diego County Hospital San Diego CalThree deaths havo already resulted from the carelessness of Mary Arthur a 19yearold nurse at tho county hospital a fourth death Is expected and four other persons aro seriously 111 Tho dead aro J Young Charles Kemp and Henry C Shuctte All were taken sick Thursday after noon and evidence of poison was so great that nn Investigation was start ed ending finally in a confession by Miss Arthur that sho had neglected to throw out some water lit which there was a quantity of atropine and that her patients had got hold of it for their medicine Miss Arthur Is In a state of collapse but Is kept under surveillance Tabrlz May Be Bombarded Tabriz PorafaA decisive struggle between the sultan and tho Nationalists for the control of Tabrlz Is Imml nent Aln Ed Dowleh of the shahs forces hue sent an ultimatum to Satar Khan to lay down his arms and sur render the city In 48 hours threAten- Ing otherwise that he would bombard the capital Satar Khan flatly refused to comply Foreigners hero are in great danger Tho Nationalists think log that their presence will interfere with tho bombardment refuse to permit them to leave the city Slayer Acquitted as insane Trinidad Col Charles W Moore who killed David Cohen son of Rabbi Cohen of Detroit August 11 In this city by blowing his head ort with a shotgun was acquitted Thursday of tho chirgo of murder His defense was iuianlty Death for Negro Murderer Springfleld111 Thursday evening the Jury In the Joseph James case returned verdict of guilty and fixed the penalty at death James took tK verdict unconcernedly II FROM ALL OVER THE STATE I THE PUBLIC WONIIn Kentucky Court Involving Access to Sulphur Springs Glasgow KyOno of the hardest fought legal battles ever waged In this section closed when Circuit Judgo Ba ker announced his decision In tho noted sulphur well case in Metcalfe county deciding in favor of the public Sixtyeight years ago Ezcklo Neal while drilling for salt water drilled in this sulphur well For tho past 25 years tho place has been a popular summer resort Neal mado a will deeding tho sul phur well to the public Later the courthouse was destroyed by fire und the deed burned Then the trouble started C W Thompson and O W McPherson were conducting rival ho tels McPherson brought silt for the sale of tho well Thompson became the purchaser lie In turn brought suit against McPherson and his guests to enjoin thorn from using the water Judge Baker decided tho case in favor of McPUer Eon and the public RECEIVER ASKED For Hargls Estate By Daughter Brother Asks For Ball Lexington KySuit was filed at Jackson by Mrs Evelyn Hogg daughter of tho late Judge James Hargls against her mother Mrs Lcwellyn Hargls and brother Beach Hargla seeking to havo the department store and all other Hargls estate property placed In the hands of a receiver The property is worth about 150000 In circuit court Beach Hargls made a motion for ball through his attor fey D B Redwlne Grounds for renewal of the motion were that the health of young Hargls Is In such conk ditlon that continued confinement will result In his death In support of this notion Hargls flied affidavits of sev era physicians Judgo Adams however declined to grant the patricide ball Hargls Is said to bo suffering from tuberculosis It Is understood tho Hargls family is willing to furnish ball In any amount up to 50000 Will File Suits Hopklnsvlllo KyCounty Attorney Duffy is preparing several hundred suits which he proposes to1 file for tho approaching term of circuit court for the purpose of gaining possession of lends which havo boon sold from year to year for taxes and bought In by tho county Suit for 1750 has been med against Christian county by Cherry Bros who allege that the county has violated the terms of a contract Bank To Fight Frankfort Ky Secretary of State Den 1 Bruner was notified by the Citi zens bank of Shelbyvlllo that suit will bo filed In tho Franklin circuit court to test his recent ruling on state banks nnd their branch banks Dr Hrunor ruled that state banks can not have branches and must incorporate the branch banks with a capital of 15000 Clay Monument To Be Repaired Frankfort Kyoov Willson was no tified by tho Henry Clay monument commission that work would soon be- gIn toward putting tho head back on the monument of the commoner in the Lexington cemetery The head was knocked from the monument by a stroke of lightning several years ago Auditor Named To Settle Estate Jackson KyAttorney A II Pat ton was appointed auditor for the es tate of the late James Harsls by Cir cult Judge J P Adams This has the effect of settling tho litigation between Mrs Hargis and her daughter Mrs Evelyn Hogg as Patton Is a special friend of tho family Summoned To London Covington KyJ W Pomfrey of Covlngton who has med his claim to the Pomfret estate in England said to be worth 17500000 was served with a writ to appear in tho high cotS of chancery In London at Its coming fall term to prove his claim Depositors Will BePaid Louisville Ky About 1800 deposl lora of the Masonic Savings bank which failed 20 years ago will be paid their final dividend by the Columbia Trust Co Nearly 50000 will bo dis tributed making a total of 80 per cent paid off Tho depositors rre scattered all over the country Twenty Per Cent Discount Allowed Lexington KyTho Lexington Rail way and Electric Lighting Co announced a discount of 20 per cent on all bits for electric lighting paid with In 10 days after tho first of each mouth Incidentally a competing plant Is to be erected here Released From Jail Louisville KyOn furnishing a 20 000 bond Lattimore D Carter alleged defaulter of 90000 from the Douglas estate was released from Jail Cir ters family secured the surety for his release DeadHotel Louisville KyJ E Shelby 50 a prominent live stock exhibitor of Springfield Ky was found dead In his room at the Fifth Avenue hotel nere Shelby had for years been a I luffcrer from cardiac rftcouiatUm ASSOCIATION FORMED To Secure Good Roads Gov Wlllion to Offer His Support Louisville Ky Movement toward good roads was made at tho stato tall grounds when the Kentucky Good Itoads association was organized with State Senator J F Bosworth of Bell county chairman and Robert E Hughes of Louisville secretary Resolutions indorsing tho WyattBos worth amendment to the constitution providing a tax In each county of 20 cents on the 110 for good roads were adopted and a publicity campaign was at once begun to put the proposition before the people The state press and other organizations pledged sup portAs summoner of the convention and one chief in promoting the association JoY Wlllson made a speech to 10000 people In the livestock pavilion fol lowing the meeting Ho strongly ad vocated good roads and promised to give the state fair next year all that the state could afford NEW LAW Will Benefit the Denominational Schools Says Crabbe Frankfort Ky Superintendent ol Public Instruction J G Crnbbe made the first explanation that has been sir en of the effect of the new school law upon the denominational schools of the state Superintendent Crafcbo makes response to a statement alleged to have emanated from ReT J It Dcorlng In which it was sold that tHs new school raw whl have a very In jurlous effect upon the denominational schools especfatly In the eastern part of the state Superintendent Crabbo declares that such a statement Is without foundation and he points out how the new law win have n beneficial effect upon nIT of the educational interests of the state In Memory of Chorera Hera Lexington KyThe monument to WillIam Solomon hero of the cholera plague of I8KT and of James Lane Al lens story King Solomon of Ken tucky was unveiled In Lexington cemetery with appropriate ceremonies Tile monument was erected By the King Solomon Memorial association which was organized by the young author John Wilson Townsend who In spired the movement Gen Samuel W Price Judge James H Mulligan May or John Skaln Gov Augustus E Wilt son Rev Charles L Reynolds and Rev E G F Mann participated lii tho ceremonies VFiles Suit For Damages Hopklnsvllle KyJ M Renshnw appointed sheriff of Christina county when David Smith was ousted from dice has flied suit against Smith M V Dulln and James West ore an In demnifying bond and against Smith personally Damages of 1000 Is asked In each case The suits are for the recovery of amounts which Itenshaw claims he lost and won damaged br being kept out of once by l injunction Picked By Postmasters Ixjulsvllle yThe following ont cers were chosen by the Kentucky fourthclass postmasters In session here E C StockweU Trenton Ky president M IL Webb Slmpsonvlllev vice president L Morrison Yest Point secretary David Skaggs Rocky Hilt Station treasurer Masons Buy Mansion Louisrifle IyDe Molay Comma dory completed arrangements to pur chase the George Lang residence at Second and Broadway and to have one of the most splendid clubhouses In the south The Masons will spend over tOO000 In transforming the splendid antebellum mansion Mistakes Nephew For Turkey Birbourville Ky While hunting wild turkeys on the main branch of Stinking creek Columbus Taylor shot and killed his nephew Will Taylor mistaking him forn turkey The younger Taylor was Imitating the call of a wild turkey to attract the attention of the birds Noted Negro Minister Dies Lexington KyRev J W Hawkins pastor of the Colored First Baptist church and retiring moderator of the Baptist General association colored of Kentucky tone of the most noted negroes In the state died suddenly from heart disease Farmer Seeks Missing Daughter Lexington KyM B Reynolds A farmer living on the Jacks Creek road Is seeking Information as to tho whereabouts of his daughter who left homo the night of September 2 About the some time a farm hand disappeared nleo ExCounty Treasurer Hess Dead Newport KyPeter Mess oxcoun ty treasurer of Campbell county and one of Campbell countys best knowa citizens died at his homo In Claryvllle after a lingering Illness Death wu due to a complication of troubles Kentucky Lumber Plant Burns Morehcad KyThe Licking River Lumber Co mill at Farmer valued at 75000 was burned I The mill has been idle for several weeks on aDo count of a strike Several men wtrll seriously injured couao ooeoeo04tC7I eueoeulw a a I East Kentucky Correspondence 8 News You Get Nowhere Else f 19 pubcebed aalttt site 11 till by till wnta Till came I hcgollo0neloslntsototngnononorcJACKSON slttuultu Mildred Sept 16 Fodder pullln tlmo now Several of this placo attended court at McKeo yestcrday James H Moore Is at McKee this week with his moving picture show Tho lion W M Lewis made a fino speech to a largo crowd at tho Ty ner school house Saturday night In tho Interest of his candidacy We think him In the lead In this eectioi of the countyJ Q Morris Is work- Ing for Neal Moore this weekM P Goodman was visiting at It P Welchs Sunday night Married on the 9th Mr Robert Welch to 1116 Sudle Miller of Tyner Miss Lull Farmer of McKee visited Miss Sudli Welch last weekSeveral of this place attended the Methodist meet- Ing at the Smith school house Sunday Mr Russel Pope of London Ky WDJ visiting at It P Welchs Saturda I and SundayMr and Mrs George Setscr of Ohio are visiting at Mn Setsers mothers this week WANTS NEWS RIGHT Mildred Ky 1Toall Correspondents I am much Interested In the welfare of our dear old Citizen for then IB not a better paper printed In toe mountains the hills of Kentuck could hardly do without It Men can come In from their work on Frlda evening and read the mountain news which Is more amusing to them than In any paper that Is printed I see only one fault to It and It Is our correspondents i While It may be out of my job to soy any thing about It It la well to say that there are more gut ds written about certain people und the editor of course knows noth lug of It If they would take his ad vice and look at the top of their writing paper they would quit wrllln so many grinds While some are not guilty of so doing a great many hove done so Now lets cut that out and write something interesting to all and no more false stuff It Insults our neighbors and friends All people are not of the same mind and cant take Jokes and besides it might an ger our people from taking The Clt INU So let us all conn together on the truth It Is easier to write true than false any way I So please dont think In the heat I want to Insult or offend any onl I hope all will admit It Is true what I have suggested above And to the readers and subscribers f lets keep The Citizen booming never let your paper run out If so renew again and keep It running for It is so Interesting Some people blame our editor for not printing their letters when they ought not do so The reason you do not see your letter in you do not send in early enough for the press So send In on Monday I know your letter will be printed fir we have a splendid editor Hurrah for the Citizen Sincerely yours Jacob S Moore ISAACS Isaacs Sept lMr Langdou Is t having great success with his singing school Mrs Lovtna Davis wife oft Robert L Davis died Sept 8 We extend our sympathy to the bereaved husband and friends Mr Frank Cor nelius Is building on his new farm near Parrot KyMlss Susie Watson who Is teaching Friendship school visI Ited her sister Mrs TUlle York of I Annvlllo Saturday and Sunday I Mr David York has gone to Hamilton I School Is progressing very nicely j Several of the pupils are out for fod dertiro Molllo Pennlngton died yesterday at 10 p m She leaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss IJ CHili J ri J KI Doublellck Sept 2LMrs Alvah Smith of Eglon and Mr Jack Carpen ter of Evergreen were quietly married yesterday at the homo of the bride Joel Lakes of Evergreen departed this life the 18th and was laid to rest buryinglrLakes house burned last week Miss r r Nannie Witt is with homo folks She I has been staying in Derea t lKOI118 Peoples Sept 21Flne weather 1atpresent and nearly everybody is busy saving fodder John Baker and Eldon Davidson attended church at KingiI Sunday Mrs Josle King who has been visiting friends In London and Derea for two weeks returned homo Quite a number of our young folks attended church at Letter Box Sun dayZIIrs Julia King gave the young i s folks a party last Thursday night All report a fine UmoW M McCowi and family visited Mrs McCowan father W M Spence SundayO1t Baker John Baker and Sherman Davidson are In Wild Cat on tuslnes Miss Anna Hurley visited her cousin Lucy Wathan Saturday and Sunday 111lUI1t roiuc Mlddlefork Sept 21Wes Angel made a business trip to East Bern stadt Monday Mr Scott Tunsoy has been unfortunate in having a yearling steer drowned Mr John and Wnlto Martin of Evergreen visited friends and relatives herolIr Charley Tus soy has been visiting friends and relatives at this place for the past three weeks =Mrs Sithe Hlliard Is planning to go to Illinois soonMr Delia Holt and Dema Wilson went to McKee Sunday Mr and Mrs Lev Gabbard attended church hero Saturday and Sunday rAnnoT Parrot Sept 2LTho Rev Mi Clouso preached an Interesting sermon here Sunday morning and the Rev Pearl Hacker preached an Interesting sermon here Sunday night Sevcntce applicants were examined hero Sntur day for the purpose of organizing a Lodge of Tho Modern Woodmen of America Messrs Eldrldge am Shiflett of Pulaski County are the leaders of the movement Mr and Mrs John Couch are visiting relative In Owsley CountySchool herQ was closed last week for foddering AMNVtIIR- Annvlllo Sept 21 Died Sept 17 Mrs Mollio Pennington leaving n husband and six small children to mourn her death Several from this place went to the singing at Plgeor Roost yesterday and report a fin- eUmeDr A T Neal went to Fox town Monday to examine John H Cain for an Increase in pension A lltttle Son of R W Strong has beer very slolc but Is now convalescent Postoffice Inspector Keys of Lexington was visiting the offices in this part last week He found this office In rise working order The funeral of the late E W Johnson will be preach Ml at hit place second Sunday in October Mr Green Jones wife and laughter patttd thru here JMtMd Jon their way to Laurel Co Welch meg bop oanie down lost Stunlay tad played tko Annvlllo ball teaM- Th8 were defeated by a score of 21 to 16 ROCKCACTLE COUTt I1AUIKY Gauley Sept 21 Frank DODd who- Wu bitten by a copperhead a few lap ago is rapidly recovering Gco loblnton suffered a severe attack of coils Saturday night but Is Impror ngChas Bond has joined tho army for three YoarILDertle Robinson and Dan Pondor returned Friday from the ruches Institute at Brodhead and eport a pleasant time The boys are busy In tho fodder field and sorghum patch Bertie Robinson visited Dan onders school Monday Wm Moll 10y was in Mt Vernon Sunday and Monday1I1rs Mary Bond enter alned a number of young folks Friday night with a bean stringing The all greatly enjoyed themselves Den and Dan Ponder and Lyda and Dob Bullock attended church at Llv ngston Monday nightThere Will bo preaching at Fairview Christian hurch Sunday by the Rev Lunsford of Goochland Tho Rev D Parker of iauley Is conducting a series of meet- Ings near Crab Orchard noaxe Boone Sqpt 20Fhe Association losed at this place last Thursday rlth a large attendanceA revival IS going on at Macedonia church conducted by the Rev C S Wilson Mr Vllson Is an able minister and we rust much rood will bo doneMrsl- len Young widow of Bogle Young md Mr Frank Gulnn were quietly tarried lost Friday at the homo of Ur and Mrs James Grant Born to Hr and Mrs Dave Grant on tho 11th 11 girl West Lambert attended tho Association at Pilot Knob last week Jr Cal Chasteen la visiting home folks at this placeMr James Lam Is getting along nicely lecturing Iburt Nettle Oldham teacher at visited friends and relatives at this place Sunday Revival meet ng closed at Falrvlew Tuesday night with three additions The Rev C S Wilson conducted the services assisted by the Rev W M ChoteenO- OOCriLANI Goochland Sept 19An Odd Fellow Lodge has been organized hero md n meeting is to be held Jloi day tight with Jos Morris of Welchburp u Jackson County as teacher W B Jones and John W Phillips are part acre IL the blacksmith shop hers Alice Phillips who has been visiting in the mountains has returned to Frankfort KyAn Odd Follow Iall U noon to be cttd at this palo with church on first floor and hall on second J L Jones and wlfo attended Joel Lake Thursday lie is ery low Hogs are bringing a good price In this part Joe Gatlltt is back 111 Kentucky again he says to stay Pall Owens is selling out to go to other parts W S Jones of this place and Jas Baker of Mlddleforl are building an overshot mill for S L Rose Several attended the Lode Monday night from McKee and IL Vernon among them wero Jam Morris Walker Reynolds B II Gal bard John Smith Shelton Brockma and othersJohn C Phillips was In McKee Tuesday on buslnessThe horse shoo pitching club of this plaeo Is going to match a Blue Grass tenm In OctoberW S Jones has tho contract to build tho schooKhouso hero UOIUMT- Roblnct Sept GArvll and Dora Brewer aro visiting John O Brews near DereaJaa Hardln and wife of Withers are visiting W M Carpenter Mrs Susie Hurst and Bettlo Led better of Hamilton 0 aro visiting at Dango for two weekson Sunda Oct 18th the funeral of Silas anll Liberty Carpenter will bo preached at Horse Lick church houseIomp Carpenter is planning to go to Hlatt Ky to work In the spoke buslness Sld Martin Made a business trip to Livingston the 26th- GARRAHD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick Sept 13Several attended the old soldiers picnic at Be rea Saturday Mr Jake Gabbard and Mr WJJI McCollum of Hurley won the guests of his brother Mr G B Gabbard here Friday night Mr Blnam Pitts of Berea visited her sic ter Mrs Oscar Gabbard last Wednce darMr and Mrs Oscar Gabbard were visitors at Asbury Saturday night and Sunday Jim Guinn of Wallacetoi has sold his property to the Rev Mr Hubbard of the same place Mr ant Mrs Bbb Broeknmn visited Utli parents Mr and Mrs G B Gabbarc of this place Sunday LAUREL COUNTY Judge II 0 Faulkner will addrust Uie people of Lauitl County at tin following limes and place Pttriti store Wed Sept SO 9 a m Buth Grass Chapel 1 pn Potter Youngs store 190 p m Dlalrs store Thursday 9 a ra Johnson school No 9 1 p m UeWharter T p w Slate Lick church Friday 9 a m Viva 11 W p w Jim Lucres store S p m Mt Zioh Saturday 9 a m yastesla More 1 p m Utamona 7p m tones store Colony MondarOat C 9 a T- nSinking Croak church Mow 830 p m- ilghtop Tuttday 9 a ra- Vrnoldt store 230 p in- rmytert store Wednesday I a u qtly 1 p m Iarrtaton 7 p in aural River ohureli Thur 9 a m Camp Ground school 1 p TO Scott school bouse 7 p n- oblnsons Creek church Fri 9 a m Frank Weavers store I p m lough Creek church 7 p m Macedonia school Sat 9 a m London Court house 7 p in OWSLEY CGUM- TTlL1EIJillt9 ItUST Travelers Rest Sept lSPeoplo- aro very busy saving fodder In this Iclnlty Spence Bros have moved heir saw mill from Ross creek to near Sturgeon KyMrs II II Maln ous Is planning to visit relatives In ladUon County next ookChas- Cecn Is attending tho State Fair at oulsvlllo this week Oliver Brand nburg of Evelyn was hero today on luslness School is progressing nicely with a good attendance Joseph fticly gavo tho young folks a bean stringing Wednesday night which woi nick enjoyed Arthur Newman has moved back to his farm near here Alex Splvy was In town Thursday re owing old acquaintances Stave hauling was the leading business last week with eighty or more wagons tally on the Job VINCENT Vincent Sept 16Dry and aw ful dry tho long drouth still continues Corn 60 per cent short The armors thruout this section aro al most thm saving fodder Mr B B Jotner our merchant Is in Louisville his week attending the State Fair md replenishing his stockMr W C Hamilton is having a new well xlllodMr Patrick Mayso has Just eturned from Pulaskl County where he has been looking for a farm Jud e V T Thomas of Levi was the guest of W C IIamllton Wednesday veningJ D Scott of Beech Creek was the guest of Andy Veuble Thurs day evening Mrs Ray Manlons of Paint Lick la visiting In and nroun Vincent T B Venablo will ntart in a few days for Now Mexico and Panhandle Texas where ho cxpecl to locate It ho can find a sultabl PlatoMr Clay Smith and wife of Travelers fleet were the guests of Itaac Bother Sunday night W W Troadway the old soldier has can plated his stave hauling Job and 1a now visiting and hunting here lie la always a welcome gucet Luthc Malnons and Hag Rowland with their choice hounds gave tho people of Vincent a fine fox chose Thuradn night MM Marsha Rowland loft lnat Monday for DorM where she will ba In school for tho next nine months Mr Chas Bra idonhurg was Ute 1JU000t of Isaac Dottier Friday CLAY COUNTY VINi Vine Sept 16Charloy Ferguson who has been at home for the pat three weeks from Cincinnati Im8 now returned Jim and Charley Hui lay of East Bernstudt have been vii sting near Vine There was an An soclatlon on finders Creek Pride Saturday and Sunday last Severn people attended Miss Alice hurls who has been visiting her sister In Garrard County returned homo Frl dayMr Johnnie Bray of little Sox ton was the welcome guest of Mia Julia Ferguson Sunday Everybod Is Invited to our protracted meeting at Mt Olin which commences In Wednesday night before the fourth Saturday in this monthtr and llrs B F Downey are tho happy parent of a fine gtrlTho little child of Mr and Mrs P Stafford died Satur day morning It was burled In thi Macedonia cemetery lilt HIItTIIA 1111 BrfgUiutdo Sept 16Judgo II 0 Faulkner gavo a very InterteUnj locttiro dealing chiefly with Good dtHenthlp to a good rowd at Ute Mud Lick school hmiwlMt Sunday at 10 a n Judy Fiulkaer also tMlvtr td a similar address to a crowd ol about 800 elU WM of Clay and Knot CoHiUltt Sunday afternoon at UM bouM of Sam Stewart Judge Falk ncr has served the people tarto Ijr and well aa Circuit Judge He 1a a WBdidat tot UM KepaWJcaa DOm- Ination for the dfftee IM ROW Iwldi and hi eampabgaingthsjudildistrict making poUdcaI speeches tU days out X UM week lid delivering lecture on Sunday Andrtw Hub ard has had a new roof put on hit rttldeaot Ollvtr Wagttt It preparing to bulk on the site where hit dwelling Wu burned met erIJlM Oam Brothers hate aereral teams Os the rod hauling staves to Plat Llek for B Q Saultbnry 8 S Smith ud Prank wile hare gone to Louisville H W Short visited Spring Creek Friday to Sunday I Hamilton 0 Letter Hamilton 0 Sept 11Clruuil court wIU lOOne here Oet 11 The colored people of Butler County will celebrate the anniversary of UM Umanclpntlon proclamation at UN county fair grounds Tuesday October zlJThe Butler County fair will bo held daring the week beginning Oct ithThe public schools owned Sept 14th with an enrollment of over 4 000 Tho enrollment In the High School WIll over 400 The school buildings are so crowded that tem- pOrary buildings aro being erected Tho annual reunion of tho 35th O V I was held Sept 17 Addresses wore made and officers elected Tho Min atonal Alliance organized at the Y M C A Monday The following wore elected President the Rev Harry a Flnnoy VlcePres the Rev Henry U Kerst Secy tho Rev A B Austin Than tho Rev Norman O 3woat The Butler County coromlsl there will have 5000 from thostate in Jan 1 1909 for Improvement of roads Tho Miami Baptist Association was held at tho Ninth St church at Cincinnati last week Tho Rev Mr alloy pastor of tho First Baptist hunch hero with other delegates at tended They reported an interest ing meotlngJas Drown a well known graduate of Dares who la at tending tho Theological Seminary at Rochester N Y spent his vacation at Cleveland and Cherry Valley O preaching at Cherry Valley James has done excellent work both as a student and in subpastorate work He spent his vacation lost year preach- Ing in Vermont He remembers all of his old Borea teachers and fellow students With pleasure The Repub lican campaign In Hamilton was opened Friday night by the Wm II Taft First Voters Club Tho ICO members of the club met In the Republican Publishing Companys building and marched to tho C II D R R station where they met Wade Cushing of Cincinnati and Herbert M Myers of Columbus the speakers of tho even- Ing At the Coliseum an enthusiastic meeting was held with CE Egbert 3t the club presiding Q iBfRfA IN ESTILL I BIG MEETING IN COURTHOUSE YARD Welcome by Prof Carpenter Spe cites by Pros Frost Dean Dins more and Prof Faulkner Di Marcum Praises Uoroa as the pint Where any Boy or Girl can get a Good Start Allen Powel tolls Platn Truth Music and Lemonade In response to n tether hurried no- tlco some three hundred people gath Bred at Irvine last Saturday for u Boron Reunion All former Bo roe students were Invited and n I number of teachers who wore not Be ton students Joined tho picnic Tho Bftroa party arrived by tM morning train and proceeded at one to the Court house yard whore soot had been provided and a bonnet ot bad lemonade was reedy for tx thirsty Twelve members of the Col logo Band were In attendance In their I blue uniforms and dlecouriwl aUrrini music Prof Rlgby alto led In seven I songs and gave a UUMt benutlfu Scotch Solo The flag on the speak ers stand and tho bright drottot of the ladles in attendance made a pretty picture I After music and prayer Prof Car penter gave a most graceful addreei of welcome Ho spoke of his ambit ion for the school children anti young people of Irvine and said ho know this gathering would encourage then In their educational climb He thank od the Detect visitors for coming He had been a near neighbor to Beret when Principal of the school at King grentIno young man or young lady would ever regret attending this great schoolPresident Pratt spoke next anti said In part It hat been n great regret to oe that I could see my friends In tho different counties In KasUrn Kentuc ky and adjoining States so seldom It meet be six years since I knee been to Irvine and I note many improvements It U delightful to meet to many of our old students Kstlll Co- W not failed to recognise the merits of her MM end daughters who have attended school at Berea for she hue bestowed upon them many of the 11ftIvile you to visit us in Berta more I frequently Come at Cotntwuoement the first Wcrfneadz In June toneS come at other times whenever you eta Plod yow way to the yellow house where the President lives You will not find Brother Fee be went to heaven in 1M1 Brother Ro pta lived on to help dedicate the sew ebapel and two of his grand children are In school with M now Den Dodge Treasurer Coheres and other of your old friends are there tad new teachers wino are men and women of the same kind You will wish to know about the growth of Berea We used to have students In a year and oouuled 1100 a great school Last year we md nearly four times that number You ask how we take oaro of so many but the answer Is that we can take JBTTHR are of them than we used to do Our groat boarding han with 1110 four dining rooms and steam eook ers lures the beet of food BO that sat fall our students gambit in weight nero than halt a ton And wo are able to give tills board at so low a Iguro that ALL our students get their education cheaper than tho favored scholarship students at institutions t lother with so many students wo can them hotter no that each ones placed with a group of others like himself where ho can make most ra pld progress Our school Is really n group cf chools like an army with several regiments The Collegiate Depart pant stands at tho top and gives tho oat education four years preparatory and four years In College This i nurse is so long and hard and the standard so high that wo only bad en graduates last year But then comes tho Academy under Dean Marsh with US five different courses of study And then comes tho great Sormnl Department under Dean Dins core which has dono more than any other school in tho State In building ip our public schools And then woI have tho Industrial Departments which are showing the people bow to got more money out of our lands md forests We are not giving peo pie an education so that they cant jult work but wo are giving them an iducatlon so they can enjoy work md got more out of It Besides these vo should mention our splendid fact Itles in music There Is a harvest or the flrot glrlo who got sufflcent advancement so they can gIve lessons on the cabinet organ It Isthls growth of the school and this thorough organization of tho gyn a e 3 school which you will notice when you como back to Bores and which gives basis to our confident claim that Berea today line something good for every student And Boron expects all Its former students to bo permanent workers for education in their homo communities Let me lay upon you the burden of InoreaMlng the attendance at our pub lie schools jut now Wo aro making our record for this year and wo ought always remember that at the protest time Kentucky Is one of the most neglected elates In the matter of sending Its children to school Tho average Kentucky boy and girl are In sohoal fewer days In the year than tho boys and girls of any other state in all our Union except two I hope this your wo shall stir things up and make n change Prof Jnmes P Faulkner was next Introduced He U a brother to Judge Faulkner and was himself for some years president of Union Col lego at Barbourvlllo Ky ProfoMor Faulkner spoke of his surprise anti pleatura In discovering tile great advantage which Bereft now offers to Its studrat Ills speech was prin cipally directed to the young people awl be assured them from hit own experience that any boy or girl who wee In earnest might have an educat loa Professor P ulknrti remarks made n great Impression and KsMll County people are anxious to hrar him again At noon there was a reoest and hand shaking and luncheon Bounti ful baskets had been brought from All parts of the county and In addit los to the barrel of lemwmtfe hot cof fee wat served to all eastern Among thoee who came fartberest we noted Mr and Mrs J L Allen from Iron Hound Itotill County After tao roeeta thero WIre speech is of tile highest Inters t by Jr Markeam who told of his own pleat tat experiences at liana and ty Mhm Powell former sHHerlstradnt if Jackson County who has rocrntly tratite a resident of Rstlll He alrd- thaI although Ketlll ls by far tb- rlrh T county Itt school hoUM On hf nviraf are Inferior to times of larknon W make a grftt mirtaka In klI- DII our sons and daughters In th IU bile orhools too IODK They ro ovr ant over the same things when they ought to be off at Haw vn hr new teachers who will give them a frrnh impulse So trio the b- lhnr In a country enhnol tvTill iMtine little Rood themselves take IJI he tiSrber time and wrong the roiinicrr vcbolars The mnclndieg tperrh was by lr eMor IMosmorr Itean of fervor Normal Department Professor Pin note ban Just struck a national r miatlmi by a new hook rntlMx Tiarhliif the III11t rid Behoof lu lildi IK embodied hU rich experlm f and tit shown In bin eymDntnetlr un crstandteg of the neeflt of th ommon school lather In his me nark he gave stew account of hlo scent trip to Kurope It which bo tiifllrd the geography of eleven Ki opean countries The senaloaa seem d all too short wileD the train time appronrbed and 1th songs and band music the eunlon broke up everyone hoping hat It might be repented at some store date The party from listen eek the SKI train to Brassfleld rhoro a spirited educational roily was hold In the grovo near Mr IWua toreSuch meetings show tho practical announce of Bereas managers and will do rauoh for tho welfare of tbo ountry NOTICE Thorn will be a moss meeting of Id Borea students and friends of tho ollcRo at Cartorsvlllo on Saturday at 1030 a m followed by a basket picnic at noon and a similar meeting nt Wallaccton at 330 Pres Frost and others will speak at both places and tho colcgo band will play Evory body como and have a good tlmo BEREAS BEST FALL TERM The attendance at Bcrca College for tile Fan Term is still Increasing rapidly and outruns all expectations Last week It was evident that this Fall Term would bo the best over hold In the school but no one had fully mdcrstood how largo the Increase In attendance would bo On Tuesday night when the school had been going just one week there had been C58 tudcnts registered and paid their bills bout forty more than at the same Ime last year- Students are still pouring in aud- It now looks as If thoro would be early seven hundred in during this term which Is the largest attendance ever recorded Of course the whiter term will bring hundreds mores there are always many schools a bachcra tfnd othors who come for it illtgcther the prospect Is the brightest it has ever been for a fine year hero in Derea K +