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IIIESIIJENTS OFFICE I3E1REA KY z I j TM m mrmftmnntmama o i SEREA PUBLISHING 7Oi eThe Citizen is Growing Rap f 9 INCXIKrOKATKll o THE CITIZEN g idly Let Your Business d o STANL1Y FROST Mang r S Keep Pace With It By Adver ij 0 Kbrtt ol l Ptulurt dIwa nl NiAratrmd a o using s ij 0 0000000000000Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People oooeoooooooo Vol X Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 1 1908 One Dollar a year No 14 CLAHOURT Dig Day at Manchester Faulkner and Lewis SpeakFarmer Withdraws In Favor of Cloyd Hours of Ora tory Manchester Sept 29ono of tho biggest court days held hero in yeara occurred yesterday when all the can didates In tho primary of District G were present and thero was almost contlnous oratory from ten In tho morning till five at night The most dramatic feature of tho day was tho set to between H K Farmer and Capt Ooldon candidates for Commonwealths Attorney Mr Golden was to speak at ten but agreed to dlvldo his time with other candidates leaving the afternoon irco for the Judgeship race Messrs Lloyd of LviiUon and Cloyd of Manchester spoke and then Mr Farmer of Man chester mado his speech which was a most violent attack on CapU Gold en He charged him with almost every Imaginable crime public and private In bitter and specific terms It was about cloven oclock when Capt Golden took the floor to reply The court room was crowded probably four hundred men being pos enL He began by defending himself specifically against each charge with great force and effect Ho then went on to larger questions taking up tho duties of voters In the race tho responsibilities of citizenship and the need of honesty fearlessness and a high sense of Christian citizenship in performing the functions of fran chino He talked for two hours and a halt yet kept a great crowd quiet except when applause Interrupted him The scene when Mr Golden closed won most dramatic Ho had Invited all who approved his stand to come up and shake bands with him and Instantly from all over the room hundreds of men crowded forward Golden became the center of a mob shout Ing cheering some with tears tn Uialr cheeks all enthusiastic and af fected to tho very soul by the groat speech It was a triumph of oratory of which any man might bo proud It may not have made votoethe quos lion of the campaign had dropped out of sight but It made friends that will last and It was a mighty stroke for good government During his speech earlier in the day Mr Cloyd declaring that Clay County was entitled to the Common wealths Attorneys place this year proposed that the voters then pres ent should vote on a question wheth er ho or Farmer should withdraw from tho race Mr Farmer accepted and at the closo of Mr Goldens speech thorn was a line up In the yard Mr Cloyd won 3JC to tOG and Mr Farm er will now turn In and stump the district for Cloyd Tho crowd then wont off for a Into dinner and did not get baek till nearly three oclock when Faulkner began to speak There wero hardly two hundred men In the room when ho began In ten minutes the room was fairly full tho never so full as in the morning Judge Faulkner spoke for about an hour beginning with an explanation of tho early primary making no complaint but showing why It was necessary for him to have special judges appointed and go en tho stump Then ho camo to tho main point ot his speechthe charges which Mr Lewis Is making against him These charges had few of them been made specific the Judge laidI and he wished Mr Lewis woud explain whether certain Intimations ho- has mado In his letters and card meant anything or not Mr Lewiss friends had been using those Inti maUons as arguments and ho wanted an oxplict statement He then took up a few of tho charges which had been made specific and answered them and finally In closing after a strong argument for puro elections appealed to the voters to consider his record and Judge him on It r Mr Lewis in reply said that ho was not like the Judge and had nothing to complain of Ho gave his side of the early primary ques tion but did not seem to feel called on to attack the Judge for taking tho stump as ho has dono before He then read tho card to which Faulkner had referred and declared that thorn was nothing In It which would offend any man who did not have a soro spot He told the old story about tho hit dog yelling but utterly tailed to make openly the charges which ho has hinted at and which his friends have been using When the crowd saw this It began to break up and a Continued on fourth pale I HEMS Of THE WEEK Drought over IndIana for Prohibi tion Rockefeller WritesCholeraI- n Russia RELIEF FROM DROUGHT The long drought which has caused such distressing conditions thruout the country Is at an end The rain which came Monday morning brought told weather with It as In Missouri where for the first time In the records of IthO weather bureau there was snow September and In Iowa where the thermometer dropped far below freez ing causing great damage and some suffering In Kentucky the change was not BO marked altho the forecast era say that we may expect two or three weeks of cool weather IJOliN D AUTHOR John D Rockefeller appears for the first time as an author In a series of articles tSomo Random Reminiscences of Men and Events the first of which appearing In the October Issue of the Worlds Work In these articles Mr Rockefeller defends himself saying that ho never crushed a competitor and that ho wants the truth known Corporations ho asserts have come ti stay and it Is folly to condemn thorn IJEAR RUNHWAL OK CHOLERA the authorities assert that tho epidemic of cholera In Russia Is under control It Is at lift maximum and now great danger lies In the heaps of dead bodies waiting for burial Little has been done to clean the tenements tho factory dis tricts tho slums and other breeding planes of the disease and altogether conditions are very favorable for an other outbreak Tho total number of oases In the municipal hospitals alone Is moro than four thousand and there hve been 1579 deaths 696 patients have been discharged from the boa pital as cured The burial squads In the Ireodrajeck cemetery where most of the victims are burled are still unable to keep pace with the number of the dead Mortuary trains run twice dally nto the cemetery con veylng an average of ISO bodies each time County Unit Local Option Dill ITho imaaage of which Oov J Hanly called a special session lof the Indiana Legislature passed tho house by a vote of 58 to 41 after a hard tight THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK With tho campaign halt over and Bryan already counting chicken from the unhatohed eggs ho thinks ho laid on his Eastern trip and with the Democrats claiming all aorta of things It It time to look over tho field and alIRepublican line and thorn are several of them have been pretty well developed while tho attack on tho Democrats Is just beginning Hrynns first attempt has been of course to make tho people believe that tho Republican party is connected with the trusts and will betray thin eoplo to them He has shown only that some Individuals aro IEO connected but of course the party to carry tho weight of any scoundrel who wishes to say ho be longs to It Dryan Is giving tho Impression that ho thinks ho can carryout the programmo In his platform and this is winning votes among the Ignorant Tho dls satisfaction among tho laborcro over the Injunction plank in tho Republican platform is natural If unjust Bryans speaking tour the East has aroused a good tbruI enthusiasm and scared a lot of fern Republicans and altogether the men who believed in the early sum mer that Tart would have a walk over have found that this is not like ly to bo so and aro scared to death The fact is ot course that the Republican party will win this year not becauso It 1s perfect but in spite of Its mistakes because It Is nearer right than its opponent and is moro worthy of trust r Tho Republican party has tailed in many things It could hardly help the growth ot tho trusts and their regulation could not be provided for In advance but many people feel that it has been unduly slow about the regulation and unduly fast In taking action against labor Thero has been a great abuse by tho courts of the power ot injunction In labor disputes and this has led to a wide demand for a reform and the party has failed take any action for relief toI it has been proved notably In tho last week against Senator Foraker that I Continued on last rage THE FAULKNERLEWIS RACE The race for the Republican nomination for Circuit Judge in tho 27th District which Is now going on is one of the hottest which the District him ever seen and promises to be very close The Citizen has hoped that it would find that tho issues involved were no largely personal and would have BO little effect on the welfare of the district that it would not have to incur the trouble and make the enemies in volved in taking any side In it Both candidates are high minded able stalwart Republicans either would nmke a good judge and if other things were equal the interests of the people would be safe in the election of either and there would bo no reason for a paper which has nothing to gain from the electiou of either to tako si ell There are however outside issues involved which make the result of the race of the greatest importance to the people of the district and no one interested in good government can well be neutral In this campaign the burden of jJroof lies with Mr Lewis who is trying to got the place away from Mr Faulkner who has prow ed his value to tho people The latter is everywhere admitted to have been at least one ot the bent judges that ever sat in the districteven- Mr Lewis admits thisand if Mr Lewis is to lava the place it should be because he can either show Mr Faulkner to be unworthy or can show himself to bo a better man Tho place is too important to allow of the question being decided on any other terms personal friendship and political faction and all other considerations should stand aside in u case of this kind where the welfare of the whole district is at stake There is no need to go into the great reforms that have been accomplished in the seven years that Mr Faulkner has been judge Every one admits thorn Mr Faulkner and his friends claim that he is entitled to tho chief credit for this but even they admit that Mr Lewis has been nn excellent prosecutor and that he has helped greatly in the work Altho Mr Lewis In a way admits that in order to deserve the place ho must show himself better man than Mr Faulkner by the way in which ho is attacking the judge still he claims that good service in office in no way makes n man a more desirable officeholder and says that he should have the place if he can show that he will be as good as Mr Faulkner This brings up the question of rotation In office which is too long to bo discussed here and so we shall discuss the question on Mr Lewiss own groundwill he bo as good a judge as Mr Faulkner has been r Mr Lewiss whole campaign consists in running down the judge lie is au excellent speaker but his arguments are not clear cut and it is n little hard to find out always just what he moans His speeches Bound well but it is very hard to put his arguments into a few words The following however seem to be the main points h- emakesl That Judge Faulkner is not entitled to so much credit us lieis claiming for the improvement in the district in fact that most of the credit really goes to the prosecuting attorney Lewis because he does the hard work 2 That Mr Faulkner has been overbearing anti tyrannical in his treatment of witnesses contrary to the rights of citizens before the courts 8 That Mr Faulkner as n converted Democrat has had his full share of honors from the Republican party Sir Lewis sloes NOT say but ho implies in things he hints at that Mc Faulkner delayed prosecution of bribery in elections until after the statutes of limitations hud run against his own alleged offences Mr Lewis will not say in public that Mr Faulkner did give bribes but he hints at it and he promises that he Lewis will be gin prosecutions within that time He does not promise not to use money Further than this Mr Lewis charges that Mr Faulkner makes miafttatemouta about certain conversations they had about the race now on and also about other matters Taking up these arguments let us begin with the last It is always easy for honest men to be honestly mistaken in regard to conversa lions they have Lad ns is seen in the number of times good men have found themselves involved in disputes with the President No one who is a friend to bout the men involved in this race believe that either will deliberately lie and the fair thing semns to be to put this down to nn honest difference of opinion Any way each voter will take sides on this question according to the side he Ins chosen for other reasons No one will let this dispute decide his rote The hinted at charge against Mr Faulkner about bribery seems to be in a different class If Mr Lewis believes it ho should say it j Htrnight outif he does not hecau not honestly try to make yours by it Judge Faulkner cannot answer the charge until it is clearly modea fair opponent will give him that chance and we have no doubt that Mr Lewis now that his attention has been called to the way his notion looks will do the fair thing liy either withdrawing the charge or making it clearly and openly Furthermore nut particularly if Mr Lewis as prosecutor had ns large H share iu enforcing the law as ho claims he must also have had ii corresponding responsibility And if ho knew of any violation of the law on the part of Judge Faulkner why did he delay so long in fuel why did he never make a move toward a prosecution f If there was not enough evidence to go ou he has no right to make the charge and certainly it is not the part of an honest man to conceal crime in a high official till there comes a chance to publish his know ledge of the crime for his own benefit But Lewis has not yet dared make an opeu charge against the judge Furthermore Mr Lewis it is said is giving information In many of his speeches showing how the election lnw can bq most safely violated All these things need to be considered in giving weight to his arguments Whether a man who comes into the Republican party may ex pect honors at the hands of tho party if he deserves them has already been settled Bradley was once a Democrat The Circuit Judgesbip is too important any way to have a man thrown down just because ho has seen the unwisdom of his early ways And the office is too important to bo used asa reward to a man f jr merely being in the right party Besides it may fairly be asked whether Mr Lewis who has been practically continuously in office for fourteen years almost ever since he was old enough to vote has not had his full share of honors from the party This brings us to the argument of chief importance to the peopJe that Mr Faulkner has been overbearing and tyrannical especially In his treatment of witnesses and has probably caused convictions which might otherwise have failed Mr Lewis says that he has taken wit nesses from the hands of the lawyers and brought out facts which might not otherwise have reached the jury Mr Lewis claims this is illegal and wicked But MrLewis has had to admit that this is not illegal in the sense that there is any law against it because none appealsbecauseprosecutionsbeinnocent man convicted So he admits that Mr Faulkner has broken no law and done no harm where is his sin Y Mr Lewis has a perfect right not to approve Mr Faulkners methods but his opinion is neither law nor gospel And this argument of Mr Lewiss disposes of the other one that Mr Faulkner is not entitled to much of the credit for the improved conditions Mr Lewis admits to strengthen the last argument that the judge hoc caused convictions that might not have been made otherwise but he denies that the judge is entitled to any credit for these just convictions because he says the judges methods wero wrong We have seen that there was nothing wrong with the judges methodshow when even Mr Lewis admits that he has had more share in enforcing the laws than is usual with a judge can be bo denied tho credit of the good work that has been done Y Continued on last page s 0 SAFETYFOR MONEY t I Professional burglars make it their business to know when 9 farmers and others get any considerable sum of money and what i a they do with it otherI1t l I i as soon as on a account it can be with drawn instantly or can conveniently be paid out by check andi you can mail your check if desired BEREA BANK TRUST CO i THE COMPLETE BANK f x S I Capital Stock 5000000 J J MOORE President J W STEPHENS Cashier 4- J vl MADISON COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE r t The Madison County Farmers Institute will be held in the Y Tabernacle on Berea College Campus Wednesday and Thursday October 7 and 8 The meeting will be calltd to order at 10 a m each day The institute will be attended by some of the brst known agricultural experts of the state and these rmeiings are too valuable to be missed by any farmer Dinner will be furnished on Grounds The College furnishes beans and coffee Mr Herndon gives a roast lamb All comers may bring other good things in baskets PROGRAMWednesday Oct 7 Meeting called to order 10 a m by Hon J D Goodloe Pres Prayer Rev Brandenburg VelcomeaddressPres Win G Frost Response y John G Blair Outlook for Ordmrdingin Kentucky W H Clayton DINNER Meeting called to order at 130 p mby President Gopdloc Unassigned Topic Mrs Jennie Lester Hill Why Farmers Should Raise Sheep John G Blair Stock Raising discussed Institute led W Herndon RunovatingthaOld Orchard t1VH Clayton J Why We Should Preserve Our Forests F0 Clark Thursday Oct 8 called to order at loa m PresidentGoodke BrandenburgClover ClarkAlfalfaCow Peas as Stock Food and Soil Renovator W H Clayton DINNER Meeting called to order at 130 p m by President Goodloe Restoring Fertility to Worn Soils John G Blair Fertilizers Jefrey Morgan The Home Garden Hon J D Goodloe I Poultry on the Farm W H Clayton n o YOUR LITTLE MARY JANE IS NOW AT HER DESK NOT FAR AWAY FROM HER MAY SIT ANOTHER LITTLE GIRL BETTER DRESSED Do YOU REMEMBER WHEN YOU WERE A CHILD AND WERE YOU EVER ASHAMED BECAUSE 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 300KS WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT LITTLE MARY JANES AND BIGGER MARY dANE A WEAR BRING THEM IN AND LET U5 RIG THEM OUT CHILDREN ARE WELCOME AT OUR STOREnCOYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More r w 7 GOV HASKELL RESIGNS AS BRYANS TREASURER Outcome of Charges That He Was Connected with Standard OilForaker Replying to Like Accusations Attacks Taft Roosevelt and Hearst Chicago Charing N Haskell goverj nor of Oklahoma has trcasurershlp of the Democratic nation al committee Ho announced his retirement from acllro participation In tho Bryan cam pdfgn and his withdrawal from charge of IU money chests at 12 oclock Fri day night after ho had been three hours In Chicago Tho resignation was forced Has kcHs colleagues on the committee as wen as Candidate Dryan himself giv ing the orders after seeing the Okla homa governors plight In tho ava lanche ot oil antilabor promotion and other charges When he had handed out his rests nation letter tho governor with flash Ing eyes declared All those who have attacked me shall pay for It from President Roose velt down Ho has by his acts placed himself In the position of a private citizen Haskells Letter of Resignation Qbr Haskclts letter of resignation follows lion Norman E Mack Chairman Democratic National Committee New York City My Dear Sir In pursuance of In formation as to your date for return here when I went home before I assumod I would find you here upon my return to day I now learn that you will be de tained In the east until Tuesday and as I must be home on Monday I leave tomorrow Since the president and hit cabinet have Joined forces with Mr Hearst and three wan street brokers to make a personal tight against me notwithstanding tin president In his answer to Mr Bryan abandoned his charge about Ohio Stand arc 011 cases yet by all tho means at the cdmmrnd of the government and the millions of Hearst and his Wall street they persist In vicious unwar ranted and untruthful attack on me Personally I welcome their attack and Charles N Haskell hall meet It with all the vigor at my command I shall treat them all as pri veto citizens and subject to the penalties- bf the law which they merit In this I know I shall have the aid properpurposesotter demands here Again my heart Is full of tope for the election of Bryan and Kern Honest government and rule by tho people Is at stake Important beyond any battlo at the pondtng I would not for one moment consider remaining In any way connected with the committee therefore hereby tender toy resignation as treasurer of the Dem ocratic national committee that not the lightest contest of my own could In any way be used by tho president to cloud the iky and shield our opponents from discussing tho real Issues and laying bare the Republican duplicity to the people Sincerely yours CHARLES N 1IASKELU President a FourFlulherHalkeli Kansas City Mo President Roose VOlt Is tho biggest four fuaher In the political business today You ought to hear what they think of tho rascal down In Oklahoma Those were the closing words of an Interview given out hero by Gov Has kohl of Oklahoma as ho stepped CblcagoThotbo charges made against him by President Roosevelt end William R Hearst Statement by Monnett Columbus OU I charged Gov Charles N Haskcll wrongfully It was because Charles n Squire gave mo his name said Frank S Monnett former attorney general of Ohio Mr Mon nett declared however that ho could toot exonerate Gov Haskcll from the charges that had been made that he was a party to tho 500000 bribe fund of the Standard Oil Company nor could bo condemn him All that 1 have against Coy Tins tell ho said Is hearsay evidence and 1 havo suggested that If tho case wore presented to a grand Jury It would bo shown whether Coy Haskoll bus baen wrongfully accused Bryan Reproves President Detroit Mlch7Tho remarkable spectacle of a presidential candidate rebuking the chief executive of the na tion for making statements deemed to be unjustified was witnessed hero when William J Bryan In a letter to Vresldcnt Roosevelt defended Gov Haskcll of Oklahoma treasurer of tho Democratic national committee against the charge that he had unlaw ful connections with the Standard Oil Company Mr Dryan serves notice on tho president that as tho candidate of tho Democratic party I shall not per mit any responsible member of tho Republican organization to misrepresent the Democratic party In the present campaign The letter concludes with the statement that the Democratic party Is making an honest and honorable fight In defense of Its principles and policies and expects and will demand honorable treatment from those who are In charge of the Republican cam paign Roosevelts Hot Reply WashingtonPresident Roosevelt following upon n prolonged conference with members of the cabinet at the White House prepared and gave out his reply to William J Bryan tho Democratic candidate relative to W- It Hearsts charges that Coy Haskell treasurer of the Democratic campaign committee had represented Standard Oil Interests both in Ohio and Okla homaMr Bryan had demanded proof of the charges promising that in the event of their substantiation Gov line ken would bo eliminated from tho campaignDismissing the Ohio case which In volved an allegation of attempted bribery with the explanation that he had mado no direct charge against Gov Haskcll as regards that particu tar instance President Roosevelt takes up the matter of the Pralrlo State Oil- S Gas Company and argues that Gov Haskells action In stopping legal proceedings begun by the attorney general of Oklahoma demonstrates conclusively that ho was controlled by the great corporation to which tho Oklahoma company was subsidiary Declares Haikell Unworthy After contrasting Mr Bryans do tense of Gov Haskell with Judge Tafts repudiation ot Foraker In con nection with the Hearst charges against the Ohio senator tbo president proceeds to declare that Gov Has kells utter unfitness for association with any man anxious to appeal to tho American people on a moral Issue has been abundantly shown by other acts of his as governor of Oklahoma Tho president condemns Gov Has kens conduct In connection with varl ous matters as disgraceful and scan dalous and calls special attention to what he describes as prostituting to base purposes the state university Haskell Makes Reply Guthrie OklaGov C N Haskell Issued a statement In reply to Presl dent Roosevelts hitter to William J Bryan dealing with four specific charges against Mr Haskell namely that be Is subservient to Standard 011 that be vetoed a child labor bill that he dealt extensively In Creek Indian lands and that ho had allowed poll tics to dominate him In tho removal of members of the faculty of the state university and the appointment of oth ers to succeed him Gov Haskell took up the four charges as dwelt upon by President Roosevelt In turn dealing with each In a characteristic manner Forakers Hot Reply Cincinnati Senator Foraker prepared a statement which was made public Friday replying to the recent charges made by William R Hearst and President Roosevelt In addition hO bitterly assails Hearst Taft and tho president charging Taft will con sorting with Standard 011 magnates himself and declaring that President Roosevelts actions Indicate a guilty conscience In the opening para graph Mr Foraker declared that the president showed bias In accepting as true all the charges He denied that ho acted Improperly In accepting em ployment from the Standard 011 Company said that there was no secret about It and produced letters to prove that after the government began its attack upon the Standard OIl he declined to accept a retainer from them He charged that Mr Hearst had other letters In addition to those which ho gave out and that these other letters If made public at the name time would have shown how harmless was his connection with the Standard pro plo Hearst Hits Foraker Columbus O Senator J B For aker of Ohio was openly charged here by W R Hearst with being an agent of tho Standard Oil Company Mr Hearst said that after tho oil octopus had been driven from the Republican party by President Roosevelt the Democratic party had welcomed the Standard with open army und adopte- dIt Mr Hearst read a series of letters from John D Archbold tho Standard OH man to Senator Foraker In these communications Archbold gave In structions to the senator In regard to what should be done in pending legis lative matters particularly as to bills affecting corporations and In two of the letters referred to inclosurcs of certificates of one for 15 000 and another for 14500JMr Hearst also read affidavits from Monnett connecting tho namo ot Gov Haskoll of Oklahoma with tho alleged effort to bribe him by Standard Oil men to drop his proceedings against tho companyFurther Charges by Hearst St Louis William Randolph Hearst went after Senator J II For aker here stronger than In his Colum bus speech Mr Hearst first read a letter In which It was said that a certificate of deposit for 50000 was Inclosed Tho letter purported to have been sent to Mr Foraker and to have been signed by John D Archbold Following this Mr Hearst rend an other letter said to hove been signed by Mr Archbold in which tho Stand and 011 man suggested to Mr Forakor action regarding a bill Introduced In tho United States senato by tho late Senator Jones of Arkansas The letters are as follows M Broadway New York Jan n 190ft Dear Senator Responding to your favor of tho Stli It gives mo pleasure to hand you herewith certificate of deposit for IM 000 In accordance with our understanding Your letter states the conditions oorrwrl ly and I trust the transaction will be suc cessfully consummatedJ D AIlCIinoLD J n Forakcr Washington I C Letter Regarding Legislation The second letter as read by Mr Hearst was as follows JB Broadway New York Feb 1996 My Dear Senator I venture to write you a word ro the bill Introduced by Senator Jones of Arkansas known as 8619 In tended to amend the act to protect trade and commerce against unlawful restraints and monopolies etc Introduced by him December 4 It really seems as If this bill Is un necessarily severe and even vicious Is It not much better to test the application of the Sherman net before resorting to a measure of this kind I hope you will feel so about It and I will be greatly pleased to have n word from you on the subject The bill Is I believe still In committee J D AncimOLD J B Foraker Washington D C- At Columbus Mr Hearst read let lers showing that Mr Forakcr received checks from John D Archbold for about 30000 Mr Foraker said ho got the money that he had worked for tho Standard 011 Company but that his labors were not In tho nature ot Influencing legislation Comes Back Again at Haskell Not only did Mr Hearst reply to Senator Foraker but ho devoted a portion of his speech to Coy C N Ilaskcll of Oklahoma treasurer of the Democratic national committee whom ho again charged with having served the Standard Oil Company To the defense of Mr Haskell that another man of the same surname was Involved Mr Hearst replied with af fidavits alleged to have been mado by former Attorney General Monnett ol Ohio and Assistant Attorney Gonoral Dennett of that stale In which the name C N Haskell distinctly ap pearsForaker Not Attorney of Record Columbus OUnlCed States Sons tor J B Foraker was not an attorney of record in any of the Standard 011 cases tried In the Ohio courts accord- Ing to the Associated Press which conducted an investigation The first cases were filed In the at torney generals office In 1SS2 and were carried along through various courts for more than 20 years Ac cording to tho records In the attorney generals office the attorneys of rec ord In 1899 and 1900 the dates of the cases against the Standard and Its sub sldlary companies the attorneys wnc took part In the legal battles went M R Keith S C T Dodd and Joseph II Chouto of New York and Virgil p Kline of Cleveland O In a numbei of tho earlier cases only Keith ant Kline were the attorneys of record but later on when the fight became the thickest Choate and Dodd entered the case and their services were giver to the company until after tho cast was carried to the highest courts Gen DuPont Resigns New York Following many rumor on tho subject which were afloat hew and In Washington Chairman Hitch cock of tho Republican national com mltteo Friday night announced thai Gen T Coleman DuPont of Delaware head of the bureau of campaign speak era of the national committee had ro signed as head of that bureau and also as a member of the executive commit tee of the national committee and that his resignation had been accepted Mr DuPonts letter of resignation Is as follows lion Frank II Hitchcock Chairman Republican National Committee New York CltyMy Dear Mr Hitchcock Re cently I hnvo noticed various criticisms of my being the director of the speakers bureau and a member of the executive committee on account of my relation to the H I DuPont de Nemoura Powder Company which Is being sued by the government The merits of that suit will be determined In tho due course of Judicial procedure I havo always been a loyal supporter of the Republican party both In state and nation and I am not willing to be In any wise tho means of bringing criticism upon the party organl sation however unfounded I may deem such criticism to be I therefore respect fully tender my resignation as a member of the executive committee and as director of the speakers bureau fully lip predating the great courtesy which I have uniformly received at the hands of yourself and my Other associate Yours very truly T C DUPONT From Sword to Plowshare Many of us make a great to do about too much armament etc and yet tho truth of tho matter Is that we are literally beating our weapons of war Into plowshares and other useful Instruments to help the farmer the builder and tho housewife The soy ernment always uses tho best steel In making cannon so that ts soon as these weapons aro out of date It can sell them to foundries At the foun dries the old cannon are broken up and remelted after which they are made Into plows structural Iron roofing household tinware and a dozen other things of a peaceful na ture Philadelphia Rcmnl IDEA FOR DREAKFAST ROOMI Setter to Keep Separate Main Dining Chamber A breakfast bay breaking out from ono side Is a favorite treatment for tho newer diningrooms These bays have a slight elevation and heavy curtains conceal them from tho dining room proper making a cozy and so eluded breakfast room for n family of threo or four Mulllenod windows are attractive and casement sashes are good form especially It English or colonial designs aroused In tho dining room A side door from tho bay to tho butlers pantry Is most convenient and If paneling Is used a concealed door la easily arranged A small table tho desired number of chairs and simple curtains admitting the sun light are all tho furnishings a bay should receive When a larger family must bo accommodated a breakfast room is arranged conveniently oppo site the main ihlning room This of course gives freedom of treatment ot- a separate room Those separate breakfast rooms are especially saUl factory decorated in blue Ono cnn hero Introduce a pretty Dutch scheme when it might not bo appropriate else whore In tho house PEAS IN THE POD Old Way of Shelling Them li Altogether Unnecessary At lost the season ot the succulent green pea need pot bo rogardod with horror by tho cook No more need she stay out for hours and hours on tho torch shelling them In endless numbers while the rest of tho dinner waits until It Is almost too late to complete It for that day No moro need mother stay homo from picnics and other parties because tho peas must be prepared for lunch or dinner All that is necessary Is to throw them pods and all Into the pot Cook them the usual length of time When they are done tho pods will brook and rise to tho surface while tho i can may be found at the bottom of the kettle What a change this will make in the time It requires to cook a meal What a comfort It will bo to feel that no more afternoons need be spent In shelling peas and what a Joy It it to know that peas when cooked this way are hotter than when hours are spent upon their preparation Mint Jelly Many poisons dislike anything of a food variety containing gelatine and tho usual meat Jellies contain such but a splendid Jolly to servo with cold or warm moot Is a mint Jelly the bulk made with apples Cook the apples the some as for apple Jelly strain the Juice and add a handful of crushed mint Boll until the flavor Is rx traded strain twice and odd the same amount of sugar and boll until a thick Jelly Is formed Grape Juice can bo flavored In the same manner and also cranberry Juice which Is really delicious when flavored with fresh mint Binding Pies How many housewives feel like shedding tears when they see their nice Juicy pies leaking all ovor the oven To prevent this calamity and produce a presentable exhibit of culin ary art take a strip of bleached do mastic a little longer than the circum ference of the pie and from ono and a half to two inches wide depending on tho thickness of the crust moisten well with water and fold neatly over tho edge of the pie See that It ad heres snugly After the plo Is baked the binding can bo peeled olt and lo your Juice Is where you want it A Dash of Molasses Whenever It comes to pies New England must take tho credit This is natural where a certain dish boo comes a lhreo limos a day meal They ought to mate It good when they eat It for breakfast Summer boarders along tho Now England coast have often wondered why tho blackberry and huckleberry pies were hotter there than anywhero else Tho secret Is outthe dash of mo lasses is put In Cream Cheese Allow a pinch of salt and a teaspoon of un flavored rennet to every quart of milk and when you have a solid curd turn into a bag and let It drip It may have to bang for a day before the whey ceases to drip from It but when this stage Is reached take the curd out chop it fine put Into a cheese box and press two hours Wrap In tissue paper or In tinfoil Change bag at end of 12 hours should the curd take that length of time to drip Lady Fingers Six eggs their weight in sugar and halt their weight in flour Beat tho yolks light whip In sugar half the grated peel and all the Juice of a lemon tho flour and last tho whites Turn into the little molds that come for lady fingers bake steadily cover ing them with paper until they are risen Crisp Waffles Ono scant teacup lard and butter A little sugar and a pinch of BIt two eggs one teaspoon baking powder one pint milk and a little water Mix lard butter sugar salt yolk of egg and add flour and baking powder Make as stiff as for cake dough Never grease waffle Irons except when new Tomato Catsup Cut tomatoes boll tender put through sieve cook as thick as de sired Use about the same Ingredi ont as for chill sauce Bo careful about spice as It destroys the tomato color Air tight When done add one gill of brandy A FINE GROUP OF AYRSHIRES Ii Dairy Typo of Cattle Which Is Gaining ller1tcd Popularity in America II v A QUEER FATTENING DEVICE Elaborate If Not Practicable The apparatus shown In our Illus nation Is taken from tho Farm Poul try and was published recently by them with the explanation that it was an old cut printed again for the bone fit of curious readers not familiar with the literature ot bygone days when Odd Fattening Device Illustrations of this particular kind of aliening apparatus wore frequently teen With the same purpose In view wo pass It along If It does not provo suggestive It will at least prove InterestingThe Is designed for the special fattening of poultry and Is devised to save time and labor of the attendant and to accommodate as many birds as possible In small space The cage for the birds revolves and the 6850 owner has of By A havo had success with pigs put milk round oats at six weeks old feed i little at time but often Too heavy feeding skim milk will scour pigs I Dover fed any skim milk the creamery If to do so I dont think that taco calf or pig I offered It to them I never tried feeding milk I always feed direct the separator with animal beat In It As far as growth and fat production Is concerned milk Is Just as good as whole milk If the amount of oil meal or something aim to the bowels regulated to take thb piece of the fat Is ted with platform for the attendant cm bn moved up and down This apparatus used to bo described as a model of an uptodato labor say Ins device but actual working models- seem to have been extremely taro In this country Tho writer In all his Journpylngs never saw one IB use When making a trip through Now York state some years ago he wu taken by n poultrymnn he visited to we one of tho curiosities of the beau ty a poultry plant long out of use which years before had boon elabor ately fitted up by a wealthy man of an Inventive turn of mind Interested In poultry and especially In the develop mont of artificial methods At tills place we saw one of these contriv anew sold to have been Imported long QUO from Prance It was IItor In one of UM numerous outbuildings Itjnn the place and was In which apparently had Mver been put i 4 t IhfrIin iifn developed along the line one would expect IN a man of the obarac totsilrs of Its owner HvnrythlnR wan on an elaborate scale was an In ubator which meet have had a raparity of more Urea LOGO ORRS and there were brooders arranged In shelf like tiers under sash OB tile principle that young chicks like tender plants would thrive In a hothouse The fur Dishing besides being on an elaborate crate were of expensive construction probably representing In the agcjregalu a sum most poultrynion would con elder a fortune Clean OK Old Bark Take a dull hoe some wet day and sorupo tho trunks of old apple trees Tbo old bark will oomo off easily when It ii woL Do the work so as not to Injure tho live bark Strong Props Tell Props undnr trees are a sure sign that somebody neglected to thin the fruit last month It may be better to thin even now than not at all Honest LldTbe Farmer What are you getting up In that apple freer Tho Hoy Stummlck ache sir WHAT QRADINQUP WILL DO I Starting with common red COWl the above herd Is the outcome of 14 years continuous use of purebred HolitelnFrleilan sires The result It that every animal In the herd looks like a purebred and the herd tested by this station last year averaged pounds milk which Is large considering that a goodly number were heifers Thy paid only 212 for purebred tires during this time and has sold 2300 worth fine cows to other dairymen uuuu SKIM MILK FOR PIGS O Homer I good on separator and finely a of have from and obliged I could a when dirty from separator proper ilar keep and butter tbo milk There carefully For young pigs or calves I consider I skim milk worth more per hundred pounds than any grain or meal until teedis J of tho grain There Is nothing better to my knowl edge that can be ted with skim milk than plenty of grass and finely ground 1ttttlewith feed for bolh calve end pigs la verylittleShe Is a Wonder It is estimated layIng produces 12 pounds ot one of tho most concentrated food elements yourhorsessaved from blindness If common mass caro was clven la time The Company Feud By William H Wassail U S A tCopyrtghl by Shnrtelory Pub Co When Private Murphy of F com pany was backed up by his followers to rnco with Private Johnson of B company no one dreamed of tho com plications that Wero to follow For a long time Johnson had been the fleet est man In the garrison and K com pany had gloried in his powers They boasted about him they smiled Indul gently when a man of another com pany was spoken of as a runner They said that E company was the best company In tho regiment and as there was ammo foundation for their claim lira boasts ruined the spirits of the men of F company because they alto laid claims to superiority Ono day a recruit came to F com pony Ho was a well bullt follow and It soon leaked out that ho was fleet of foot F company took him out on trio prairie measured off n hundred yards started him with a blank cartridge nod timed him with the best watch In the company Then they andlamhcdK company Jeered back at thorn and sent F company a challenge tho men to run for all tho money tho two com lianlon would draw on their next puny day This was moro than F com pany had bargained for but they had confidence In their man mid tho chal lunge was accepted Tho gnrrlkon never forgot that racei Ukt unleashed hounds tho two runi norl shot from the mark not a breath WM drawn by either K company or F I company BI tho contestants toro down the truck side by aide Thonft mighty diver went up from K company as at tho finish their man forged ahead and won by a yard How they and hugged eceh other And Isorcamed Private Johnson back to they thought too much orI him to walk I Tho cinder track origin at the fowl been all but lost In a largor and j1IHWl comprehensive rivalry when one morning the colonels pretty niece IIIIrrhd at tho luau for a visit Twenty hours after her arrival her heart hand and dalsty smile were all via batty besieged by the roiecilve second lieutenants of companies F- asd P- And then the company fight found a frosli Inspiration and was waged for nil It was worth I When tho V company second lieu tenant was allowed to tako her sweet new to tho first pat hop following her arrival tho hurls of tho men who lent on Iron bunks In F company wore full of rejoicing Whim tho second lieutenant ot H company stood highest In favor E company at once proceeded In a body to tho canteen u a consequence Hut this Is not a story of the loves of two second lieutenants Absorbing as was the competition Into which those unicorn of K and F companies ro ipootlvely had entered and ardent as was tho passion that Inspired It neither have more than an Incidental interest In this tale One October morning tho sentinel In rear of officers lino saw flames bursting from the roof of the colonels quarters Fire number threel ho yelled at the saint time firing his rifle The stillness of tho autumnal morn lag was gone Bugle blow the ro veille KIm was fired soldiers tumbled out of barracks officer dropped IhlrIcards or their babies Tho parade WAS at onco cllvu with mon and littered with fire buckets with hose carts and with ladders Tho second lieutenants ot com panies K and F rushed out of the colonels house together Between them was Miss Wllckcns but which one carried her or whether neither or both of them enjoyed this privy not Oven tho colonels cook could ttoll They left her reluctantly on tho and each with n parting loot ot undying love fairly flew across tho parad4 to conduct his own com mand to tho scene ot danger Tho first sergeants met thorn half way with tho hastily formed companies and back again they madly raced to the burning house easily heating all competitors In n dead heat for first placeIn every wellconducted garrison each company Is assigned a flro duty Some bring tho ladders others tho bucketII Companies B and F but finding no water for their buckets they were ordered Into tho quarters to entry out l the colonels belongings With F company rushed Its second lieutenant A moment later ho hurried forth bear ing ft divan pillow under each arm nnd his eyes caught tho second lieu tenant of H company not only calmly standing on the sidewalk with Miss Wllckuns but actually wrapping his capo around her A moment later tho girls pretty shoulders wero cov ered with another second lieutenants cape and from that tlmo on com Panics K nnd F worked without their junior officers The colonels quarters were old and the puny streams of water that worn thrown upon thn blaze seemed but to double tho anger ot the flames The little tongue of tire on the roof grew In spite of all effort to subdue It un ill the attics woro a seething mass Black Jouds ot smoke poured from tho second story windows nnd a regi ment of men stood by anxious will ing yet powerless Company E and Company F close to tho building each longing for a first chance at anything Among Miss Wllckcns possessions was a maid nnd Just as tbo lieutenants of Companies E and F simultaneously asked to bo allowed to do something anything In her be half Miss WUckens suddenly ex claimedOh Wheres Baker Wheres link or Miss Wllckcns maid I chorused tho second lieutenants That was enough for F company and more than enough for E company With Just a seconds start B company rushed again into the burning build Ing up the stairway through t rain ot water from tho hoso that coul J at tale no greater height to grtpe through the smoke and flame for the missing maid laving started ahead of F company they blocked the doorway and packed the stairway so that exceptIIIUloInto tho house The smoke was suffocating and B company gasped for breath but man fully hold to Its task Flames darted ssFainted In the Arm of Doth Second Lieutenants out from all part of the second floor but B company gave no thought to its singed hairs and blackened faces But whom was tho glrlT Was all their search to bo In vain Whore le she Which is her roomAnd BI tho flames raged with an ovurlncroaslng ferocity tho waiting crowd of soldIers felt the premonition of death In their hearts Suddenly a cheer broke from some ono In tho burning building They had found here The hoarse smoke choked cheer ran through the men on andIIroar of npplauso for their bravery Ever so gently tho sweaty arms on tho stairway stretched out to receive tho unconscious form thoughtfully wrapped In woolen blankets carefully yet quickly they passed her down Was she burned T Whero was the doctor Give her air Got her away from that building And another cheer was given a cheer for B company And to their lasting credit be It said that F com pany started tho cheer As the last six bearers with their unconscious burden reached the sidewalk Miss Wllckcn glanced away from tho fire up along tho lino of of fleets quarters Then she gave a lit tic shriek Theres Maker She wasnt In the flro at alii nnd prompt ly fainted In the arms of both second lieutenantsAt amo moment thero was a lively scrambling In the woolen blau kets A second later little Dorgan tho F company recruit was sprinting across tho parade as though tho legions of Satan were after him Much obliged to B company he yelled as ho ran I know she wasnt In tho fire I know It all the time But much obliged to B company for carrying an F company man so nlcoj Little Dorgan got six months In tho guard house but ho Is F companys hero A week alter tho fire n tall clt came out from tho cast He did not know the difference between fours right and fours left but ho know how to put a solitaire ring on the proper finger of Miss Wllckcns pretty left hand Tho socond lleutcn ants of Companies B and F almultan cously applied for leaves of absence A laugh Is better than all else so to bo laughed nts worse than all else therefore F company came out of the compaiiy fond wltk iylng col or IFOR THOSE FOND OF SALADS These Directions Will Insure Success at All Times To keep tho salad oil cruet clear and sweet add a tablespoonful of salt to n quart of oil Tho oil will not tasto of the salt as tho latter will not dissolve but will sink to and settle at tho bottom of the cruet In mixing salads the oil should bedded first and thoroughly spread be tore adding the other Ingredients and mixingSalads which very moist and coo- lingparticularly cucumbershould have an extra pinch of pepper added 00IhaveJdevelopIWhenever it Is possible pure lemon juice should be substituted for vinegar us being far more wholesome than tho latterEndlesthe pale cool succulently curly chicory salad should be scald ed and then chilled to make It more digestible for elderly folk children or weak dlKCitloned Invalid IThe Homei I A green pepper cut in rings or minced is a tasty addition to almost any vegetable salad Chopped beef or pork cracklings are good to uso In Indian bread which Is usually served warm or they may bo mixed with bread and mashed potato seasoned and fried like sausage Melted beef drippings or tallow can bo used In place of paraffin over the top of Jolly lIe sure when cold to cover tho space around the edge where It has shrunk away from tho glass To make an Inexpensive white cake that Is hike angel food beat the whites ot three eggs add ono cup of sugar onehalf cup of boiling water ono cup of flour and ono teaspoonful of baking powderTo perpetual paste dissolve half an ounce of alum In two teacup fuls of boiling water beat In an equal weight of flour add n few drops of oil of cloves and let boll This will keep for months In washing dishes In the white porcelain sink It ono would use a wooden chopping bowl for a dishpan and wrap tho end of tho wire dish strainer with cloth It would be found to prevent many scratches which aro so hard to clean off A Novel Fruit Dish A novel fruit dish that not only keeps Its contents perfectly cold but serves as a very attractive and decora tive centerpiece is seen In some of the Fifth avenue shops says tho New York Herald It has met with grcc success during tho summer months when fruit had to be well chilled to mako It at all appetizing Thero are two dishes In fact one fitting Insldo tho other Tho outer one Is either porcelain or glass and has a heavy silver rim Tho inner ono matches it and Is smaller by at least two Inches In circumference so that when this one Is placed inside the other there Is a space large enough all around to hold plenty of cracked ice When this la filled with Ico the fruit is kept at tho right temperature yet It never tomes in direct contact with the Ice Itself Chicken Croquettes Make a cup of good white sauce by cooking together n tablespoonful of flour with two tablespoonfuls of butter until they thicken adding a cup of milk and cooking until thick and smooth Into this stir two cupfuls of minced chicken well seasoned with lIalt pepper a little onion Juice and a grating of lemon peel Put aside to get cool and stiff form into peat shaped croquettes with tho hands and let stand a couple of hours In a cold placo that they may bo firm Fry in deep fat carefully and servo with cream sauce Cereal Croquettes For this utilize any leftover cereal mush Reheat with a tablespoon ful of milk add a well beaten yolk of egg season with a pinch of salt add two tablespoonfuls chopped raisins or dates and as soon as the mixture Is cool enough form into ovalshaped croquettes Dip In beaten egg then In fine crumbs and try These mako an excellent breakfast dish served with a little crisped bacon If preferred they may bo served warm for luncheon or dessert with fruit sauce Removing Fish Odor Ono of the exasperating problems a careful housewife has to deal with Is removing the odor of nah from silver Cooking utensils also retain this odor in a most tenacious way Washing with soap and water Is ot no avail Hero is a reliable remedy Stick knives and forks Into a pot of fresh earth and let them remain for about a half hour If a frying pan or tho kcttlo gives out the flab odor scat ter them thickly with fresh earth Heat the Crackers Crackers to be served with soup or cheese afcoud be heated and brought at onco to tho table Unless they arc very thin they should bq divided and buttered before going Into the oven when they aro to bo eaten with celery or cheese RyeOne cup ryo meal threequortcr cup flour half cup molasses half tea spoon soda ono egg one pinch cloves Milk for thick batter Drop Into lid marl like dousaanio GODS PROMISE TO DAVID Sunday School Lesson for Oct 11 1908 Special Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXTl Chronicles 17114 Memory verses 13 14 GOLDEN TEXT There hath not failed one word of all hi good promises 1 Kings 86- 6TlJIUAbout the middle of Davlda reign Not lone after the ark was brought to Jerusalem FIACE Jeruinlem- PnoiHETS Nathan now fist men toned and that who had been with Da vid In his exile Tha second period of David reign Comment and Suggestive Thought David in his magnificent palace of cedar looked out upon the place ot worship for the nation and saw only n tent which must soon decay as the Mosaic tent had decayed It did sot seem right and fitting that any private house even a kings should be more beautiful and costly than Gods house It did not honor God nor religion The prophet Haggal 14 five centuries later uttered the Lords rebuke to his people Is It time for you 0 ye to dwell In your celled houses and this house lie waste The king with a noble longing for the good of his people and the honor of God desired to build a temple that would worthily express tho nations feelings toward their God and strengthen their religious moral life Accordingly he consulted with Nathan the prophet- V 2 Nathan said Do all that Is in thine heart for God Is with thee Davids desire was right V 3 The same night the word of God came to Nathan In a vision 2 Sum 717 The prophet was right in tho assurance that the object of Davids desire was pleasing to God but there was need of light upon the best way of accomplishing it God had a better answer to Davids prayer than David imaginedV Thou shalt not Emphasize the pronoun THOU shalt not build me a house to dwell In It shall be built but not by Davids hands There Is a deep lesson for us In Gods treatment of Davids plan We are tempted to do a right thing In a wrong way or a second best way God approved of Jacobs possessing the birthright but not of his method of obtaining It Tho early Christians were right in their expectation of the fact of the early coming again of Christ but not necessarily of the exact method of his coming God approves of our desire for tbo conversion ot men for tho unity of tho church for tho reformation ot the land from certain evils but that does not necessari ly carry with It his approval ot every method and saying of revivalists and reformersInstead of Davids building a house for God God will build a house for David I tell theo the Lord will build theo an house The em phasis lIon thee Ills descendants shall be on the throne for evermore- V 14 I will settle him in mlno house and In my kingdom for ever Tho real kingdom of God consists ot his people gradually Increasing In numbers in character In power for good till the kingdom shall include tho wide wide world the spiritual temple in which God dwcljji and is worshiped by all creation for evermore Through tho whole history of Judah there was but ono dynasty while in the Northern Kingdom there were seven different dynasties in their 19 kingsAfter the destruction of the temple and the extinction of Davids dynasty in Jerusalem the writer in Chronicles and the post exilian Prophets regard tho promise as still in force and still In process of fulfillment to the seed of David with no limit to Its eternal operaUon This was the period of transition from the formal to the spir itual but nono tho less real kingdom and Inheritance of David The com plete fulfillment was In Jesus Christ great Davids greater Son In the works of Kell Tho posterity ot David could only last forever by running out In a person who lives forever that is by culminating In the Messiah who lives forever and of whoso kingdom there is no end The prediction of Balaam of a scepter and star arising out of Jacob Is now to bo unfolded In tho scepter of Davids line The Now Testament repeatedly speaks of Jesus as the son ot David and Inher- Itor ot tho promises Luko 13133 204144 Acts 22931 1322 23 Soon after Christs death authority and almost existence as a separate na lion was taken away from the Jews at tho destruction of Jerusalem But be fore this time Christ set up his king tom which was Davids kingdom In another form for Davids kingdom was in his time the visible kingdom of God In the world And thus Davids king dom through his descendant and heir still continues and will abide forever bringing all nations and peoples under its sway and more than realizing all tho visions ot glory filled tho Jewish heart Practical Points God will answer our sincere prayers but often in a better way than wo had planned for ourselves o glorious blessngq Godpromised to bestow in place of tho small one ho refused a spiritual temple for ono cf stones an eternal torn plO instead of decaying one a house built by God Inqtvud of pno for him Most ot theqa blessjpga It was Im possible for David to rccejvo In their fullness during his lifetime And the very bl islria he had asked fur wore granted fri u tictUr way at a better tithe r 3 1855 Berea College 190- FOR 8 THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all 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 placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free trait books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions rind 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 The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as foil and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gee man Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods Tho highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a first claes certificate Following years winter and spring terms glvo the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate llooryBandfees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Doren College Is not a moneymaking institution All tho mon y re ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than ho gays In Tills great deficit is mado up by the gifts ot Christian and patriotic polo who aro supporting Berea In order that It may train young men anti women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations toprpteot the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from tho boat families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents in Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming securo extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our cllmato Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas ant other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights watth ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall nnd spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but onco and is returnee when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition orserviceslv- tteachersall our instruction Is a free gift Tha Incidental for t students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 In corse6 with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Instalments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250in ono pay 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 675 I SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 5940 c SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers oxaml nations 51645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100tdeposlO ralddlo ot term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before Jbo cnlolka term receive back for money advanced as follows A On board in full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction of a week i- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any ungi plrod fraction oCa month and In any case a forfeiture ot fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to opplyTtho nJourtermIT PAYS TO STAYWben you have made your Journey and aro well started In school it pays to stay as long as possible l Theflrstday ot Winter term Is January G 1909 Theflrtt day of Fall term is September 16 1908 For Information or friendly advie e write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE J- BEREA JKENTUCKY t p e pq That Premium Knife r lake the oyps of thcmcnand bojs who ice it Time Jiklt a good thing when Ihoy socit and to gut a 75vCcntknifo with VO i A fit 1J1oPUtunTh Knife and The Citizen orf25 i Tliat4jring simberi lions all the time 1 f you liayp not gott t jpu jught lohave V J V vM fod r 1 THE CIGARETTE Orison Swett Mardenr Reprinted from Success by Permission Continued from last week Cigarette smoking is no longer simply a moral question The great business world has taken it up as a deadly enemy of advancement of achievement Leading business firms all over the country have put the cigarette on the prohibited list In Drtroit alone sixtynine merchants have agreed not to employ the cigarette user In Chicago Montgomery Ward and Company Hibbard Spencer and Bartlett and some of the other large concerns have prohib ited cigaieite smoking among all employes under eighteen years of age Marshall Field and Company and the Morgan ant Wright Tire Company have this rule No cigarettes can be smoked by our employees One of the questions on the application blanks at Wunamakers readsliDo you use tobacco or cigarettes The superintendent of the Lindell Street Railway of St Louis says Under no circumstances will I hire a man who smokes cigarettes He is as dangerous on the front of a motor as a man who thinks In fact he is moie dangerous his nerves are opt to gve way any moment If I find a car running badlyl immediately begin to investigate to find if the man smokes cigarettes Nine times out of ten he does and then he goes for good E H Harriman the head of the Union Pacific Railroad system says that they might as well go to a lunatic asylum for their employees as to hire cigarette smokers The New York New Haven and Hartford the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific the Lehigh Valley the Burlington and many others of the leading railroad companies of this country have issued orders positively forbidding the use of cigarettes by employees while on duty If there is anything the youth should regard as sacred and should preserve intact at all haz ards as it affects his future more than anything else it is his will power and this is affected very early in the cigarette smoker so he finds himself slaVe of a practice which was once absolutely within his own volition Another of the deadly influences of cigarette smoking is the gradual killing of tho power of decision The victim begins to vacillate to waver and to ask everybodys advice He can not make up his mind about anything He loses the power to say No The symptoms of a cigarette victim resemble those of nn opium enter A gradual dendun ing benumbing influence creeps all through the mental and mortal faculties the standards all drop to a lower level the whole average of life is cut down the victim loses that power of men tal grasp the grip of mind which he once had In place of his former energy and vim and push he is more and more inclined to take things easy and to slide along the line of the least resistance He becomes less and less progressive lit dreams mere and arts fat Hard work becomes more and more irksome and repulsive until work seems drudgery to him Cigarette smoking early impairs the digestive organs It causes a gradual loss of appa tite and the wretched victim substitutes more cigarettes for food In fact he finally gtttl to a point where he becomes such a slave to the cigarette that he cannot do without it Herein lies one of the greatest dangers of the cigarette II treatti a longing ivkith it tamMt satisfy Victims who have smoked from one hundred to one hundred and fifty cigarettes a day say that while the smoking gives some temporary satisfaction it creates a perpetual dissatis faction in that it never appeases the additional hunger it creates hence the longing for other stimulants that will do what the cigarette promised but cannot fulfill A physician in charge of a large sanitarium in the West says that threefifths of all the men who came to the institution within a year to be cured of the opium morphine or cocaine habit have been cigarette smokers and that sixty per cent of these pleaded as their only excuse the needof a stronger stimulant than the cigarette intnnclfjtwentyfivethis delicate organ every twentyfour hoursl The pulsations are not only greatly increased but also very materially weakened so that the blood is not forced to every part of the system and hence the tissues are not nourished as they would be by means of fewer rut stronger more vig orous pulsations MeatsI E I ROAST PORK j One of the best roasts of pork Is the whole or part of a fresh ham The loin and spare ribs are also good pieces for roasting Rub well with pepper and salt and t sprinkle with flour Add a little sage If liked Three or four cloves stuck Into the ham gives a delicious flavor Baste often and bake twenty min I utes for each pound 1 Apples peeled and halved then t baked with the pork have a delicious flavor and are nice to serve with the roastTONGUE TOAST Take a beers tongue that has been well boiled chop fine and mix with cream or milk Season with butter and salt and let simmer until meat Is heated thruout Just before tak- Ing up add the beaten yolk of an egg let boll up then spread on thin slices of buttered toast Serve hot GUY COURT JIC nUnnedfroroKlr tP j couple pi hundred men left It was J plain that the expected excitement had been missed Mr Lewis they went on to dUcuss I Judge Faulkners replies to the charges he had made In one of them i he failed to show anything In the other he left an Intimation that J there had been partiality for one a fellow but did not even undertake to say what reason there was for this i One man who went in a Lewis man sad came out against him saidt Uteosmall stuff to bother about Jtri Lewiss crowd was getting sscall on him It was pretty late and people were going homeand the Sj list part of his speech wu cut shortS SAUSAGE LOAF I Take three pounds of seasoned country sausage six crackers rolled- I fine and two eggs well beaten Work and knead until smooth shape into loaf and cover with cracker crumbs Bake 1 hours basting often Serve either hot or sliced cold PATTIESI cooked ham mix the amount of bread the mixture with milk Put the batter in gem pans sprinkleIQUICK POTPIE tenderlandsome fresh baked soda or baking powder biscuit break them open and spread on a platter crust side down When ready to serve pour over them the chicken and gravy FaulknerI ection corruption but had done It and did not say or Intimate that he would not dolt this time He said particularly that If there was any money spent he would know about i- thit wouldnt be his friends Just remember this on election day He attacked the Judge for the way he says he treats witnesses made fun of him for not smiling oftener and abused him considerably Mr Lewis closed after nearly two hours by saying that he needed more time There were 63 men in the room when he quit It Is not always possible to tell the sentiment of a crowd but this one seemed to be moetly fer Faulkner 3 i Mr Lewis did not seem to have the grip or effect that he did in McKee and the opinion seemed to bo that he lost rather than made votes BakerIMr Lewiss speeches thad this ef fect both up and down the river from here and that there Is a tide for Faulkner which will give him a ma jority In the county In several places where Mr Lewis has been claiming great strength there is now a good Faulkner majority and while Lewis will undoubtly be ahead In some pi ducts Faulkner will carry the county unless there is an earth quakeJackson County now seems to be very closely divided even more to than two weeks ago when Mr Lewis reamed to have a good majority HeI has lost many votes since then tho I neither candidate has been In the county Jackson might give Lewis a I majority today but Faulkner has not yet spoken there and Clay which was I strong against him has been turned over by his two weeks campaign Mr Lewis In spite of his repeated attacks on Judge Faulkner for going on the stump and his repeated declar ation that there was no need of his going to the people la now announ cing that he will desert court hero and be in Laurel County Thursday fol lowing Judge Faulkners tracks and trying to prevent his turning that county over as he has this I EDITORS NOTEThe Citizen as can be wen in another column s now in strong support of Judge Faulkner It will not however at tempt in anyway to mislead its read ers and will as always so far as it can learn the facts tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth It is for Faulkner because the truth is on his sideit there were any need for misstatements to strengthen his cause The Citizen would not be for him S ii OUR OWN STATE Zinc Mine Discovered Hocker Con dlmned K U Mystery Fire In surance Fake ZINC MINE IN GARRARD CO Col J Worrell of Richmond baa re cently opened a sine mina In Qarrard County about three miles from Lan caster Col Worrell claims that the strike Is one of the richest ho has ever seen tho ore which was taken assaying 63 per cent pure zinc which he says Is a phenomenal showing Ho has leased 200 acres on which zinc o Is found and made so far over a dozen openings striking the zinc within a few feet of the surface In each opening Ho Is endeavoring to organ- Ize a stock company to develop tho zinc deposits and build a mill similar to the barytes mill at Nlcholasvllle to prepare tho ore for tho market HOOKER WILL HANQ The court has overruled a motion for a rehear ing of the Robert Hooker case Hock er a Lexington negro was sentenced to hang for the murder of Newton Drool a prominent farmer of Payetto County Gov Willson will fix tho date for his execution This Is the tint capital punishment In which the governor has had to act since taking his office ANOTHNR BR14ATHITT TRAGEDY At Jackson early in the evening of Sept 31th Drew Hush was shot and Instantly killed by an unknown person Bu h was sitting with the family at his boarding place playing a banjo when a shot was fired thru an aperture In the door tho ball en tering the heart and causing Instant death Tho persons suspected of being Implicated In the murder are Wee demons Gwen Bowling and Cal Miller The people of Jackson are very much excited over the osmmln atlon There is a great deal of cxdte meat at State University this week over the mysterious disappearance of Mr W Ernest Smith a Freshman matriculate of Hlndman Ky Jlr Smith roomed with his brother L K Snlth a Sophomore only a short die tanee from the University On the etenlng of tho 2Snd ho loft his room to attend a caucus of the Freshman ejasa In one of the dormitories When he did not return to hlo room that sight or the next morning kill brother beeame alarmed and began to inquire for him No one had seen him at the class meeting Altho tho Pollee were notified they wore able to do noth IDS to learn his whereabouts His people at Hlndman were communleat ed with but they had not heard from him Ilk friends fear that ho has been murdered by robbers and Me body secreted The University faculty will take up the ease and attempt to tiaee the mystery Tho Kcntuoky Conference of the Methodist BpUcopIal Churoh Is In sos atop this week at Darbourrlllo with Dlshop David H Moore D D LL D- as presiding officer Between 110 and 300 ministers are In attendance The Kentucky Normal School open atIfall At Russelvllle Ky on Sept 20th Dan Ray a colored man shot and killed his wife and then cut his own throat with a butcher knife Altho his windpipe was severed his phy slcan says he will recover Commissioner Bell of Frankfort is warning the people of Kentucky against tho Oriental Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Johnston Penn which ho says Is not authorized to do business In this state Mr Dell says In partUAny one Is of course at liberty to take Insurance with this or any other unauthorized company but the one Insuring becomes respon sible for the 2 per cent on all prem iums paid and then in case of loss where suit Is necessary there Is no one In the state upon whom service of process can bo had reA very destructive fire vloltcd Cen tral City last week Occurlng at night It gained great headway before It was discovered so that little could be done to save tho buildings already in flames By the vigilance of the men of tho town the fire did not spread to the residence portion of the town Tho total losses on stock and fixtures of tho buildings burned was over 13000 on which there was Insurance of =6760 The burned buildings will soon be replaced by substantial brick structures BEREAS NEW WORKERS Profoseor James P Iaulknor who begins his work at Beroa this fall as professor In the Normal Department and Superintendent of BxUnslcn Work Is one of Kentuekjro most em- Inent sons Born in Knox County In 1SOO he belonged to a family of small means but large ambition nod capa cities One brother is the well known Judge Fsulkner of Iwrbour vlllc and other members of the tamil achieved honorable distinction Prof I Faulkner graduated from Union Cal logo and became Its president In early manhood After a successful admlnlat iitratlon of several years ho wont east for farther study at Boston Un Iverslty sad Harvard and has reeelv ed degree from both institution Professor Moore of Harvard reoem mended him to force with the state mat he Is one ot the ablest men whom we have ever had here awl one of the broadest aid purest Christ lane I have never tad a student for whom I tad a Greater retard processor Panlhner ears especially to prwewrte the iprteewtem Work for which Berea Is famous aid whlsh has had suck able representatives In Pro ftllllOtw Mmkeny RaynHMd and DlM more Professor John 0 calfco who begins work with the Noons Department of flerm Cottage this fall is a man of very unusual abilities sad epeetel ad aption for this particular work Prof Calfee was born In Missouri In lS7i and graduated from the famous Park College In that stale pursuing roM graduate work In the University of Missouri and the University of Chicago Ho tau shown himself an I educator of rare power In the conduct of Hydsn Academy In Kentucky and in a professorship In Tuskulum Gel logo In Tennessee Ho Is asix footer winning Instant admiration and always proving to hla students I as good os he looks- l1RDREW MAXIMS Do not to others what you would not have others do to you A simple light answers as well torn hundred toes as for one Hospitality Is an expression of div Ino worship Thy friend has a friend and thy blends friend has a friend be discreet THE Berea National Bank No 5176 Ileport of the condition of the Verso Nntlminl Hank nt llrrm In I lie dale of Krutuck j at the elate of buIneu Hcplrmlicr S3 1008 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts f6S710 02 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 68 77 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds 112500 Banking house furniture and fixtures rl 5233 07 Otber real estate owned 300000 Due from approved reserve agents 15lflO 00 Checks and other cash items 50 30 Notes of other National Banks 300 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 57 10 LAWFUL MONET RESERVE IN DANK viz Specie 4057 05 LegaMonder notes lJ0 83 5040 05 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent ofti circulation 050 00 125301 17TOTAL t p t LIABILITIES Capitalstock paid in t T 25000 00 fund earned 3750 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 542 42 National Bank notes outstanding 24400 00 Individual deposits subject to check 71283 75 Certified checks 325 00 TOTAL 125301 17 State of Kentucky County of Madison as I J L Gay Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the beet of my knowledge and belief J L Gay Cashier Correct Attest S E Welch S R Baker Wright Kelly Directors Subscribed and Brforn to before me this 28th day of Sept 1008 G D Holliday Notary Public u THE MARKET sere a Prices Potatoes Irsh per bu UX Cabbage 2V4c per lb 1 iiuuvy lbs per Ib Deans lOc per gal Apples per buGOcll2G Eggs per dozen ISc Butter per IbllBacon per Ib ISc Tram per lb1cLard per lbl012c t nickeiw on foot per Ib10e liens on foot per lbSc Feathers per 1131ie Corn 95c Wheat per bu1100 WI juts Me Live Stock Louisville Sept 29 1908 Choice export steers 4 25 Ii 00 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 GO Common butcher ulcers 2 26 3 00 Medium butcher steers 3 00 4 00 Common butcher steers 3 2C 4 25 Choice butcher bettors 3 CO 4 00 Medium butcher belters 3 00 a GO Common butcher heifers 3 CO 3 00 Choice butcher cuwi 3 00- M 4 10 dluni butcher cows 2 78 I ll Common butcher cows 2 CO 2 75 Canners 100 175- t twp c tat oxen 3 10 of W Medium oxen 3 00 4 CO Choice bulls 2 10 3 00 Medium bulls 2 25 2 GO Common bulls 1 CO 2 00 Choice veal calves C 71 7G Medium veal salves 4 10 Ii 00 Common calves 2 CO 4 00 Oood feeders 4 00 4 24 M KIUIII ttfders 3 10 of II Common feeders 3 CO I GO Choice stock steers 2 00 I Ofi Medium stock steers 3 25 I 75 Common stock tears 3 00 s 10 Medium stock heifers 2 50 15 Choice stock heifers 3 00 4 35 Common mixed stockers 210 I CS Choke mask oows 2C 00 30 00 Medium ulteki soap M 60 J 00 Common milch OHWS 110 It nova Cholee lookers and butchers MO to aee Iblt 7 00 Medium packers and butchers 100 to 200 Ibs 700 Choice pigs 90120 lbs t 00 Light pigs CO90 lbs 4 25 Itskt shippers 190160 Ins 4 10 Roughs 110400 Ibs up to 6 00 slicer Choice fat sheep 3 00 Medium sheep 2 50 Common sheep 2 00 livens 1 CO 2 75 Choice lambs 4 50 5 00 Seconds 400 425 trod butcher lamb 4 50 C 00 Culls and tall ends 2 CO 4 00 MUSS PORK112 CO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 13c heavy to medium llcS- HOULDERSlOc per lb BACONClear rib sides ISVio regular clear sides lOVfcc breakfast bacon ISc sugar cured shoulders lOc booon extra lOc bellies He heavy 13- eLAnDPrima steam In tlorcesl1lic pure leaf In tierces IlUe In tubs lie DRIED bEEklee KGQS Cose count ISc per doz candled 16e- DUMlm1G2Iic per lb POULTRY Spring chickens 13c to 14c hens lOc ducks old Sc turkeys O12c ducks young Sc WIIFTNo 2 red 102 mixed S3c CORNNO 2 white 83Hc No3 mixed S3e- OATSNew No3 white ClHc No It t3 mixed 62o RYENo 2 Northern 89c No 3 Northern DOc t Deal with those who are fortunate Iho wenknexft of thy wall InvltoH tho burglar Tho place honors not the man tis tlio man who glvot honor to the place It n word Spoken In Its tltnu IB worth one piece of money silence in Its time is worth two Two pieces of colu In one bag make more noise than a hundred- If thou tollcst thy secret to three persons ten know it- HUMANISMS Silent men never have occasion to eat their words Passenger trains would bo more apt to run on schedule time If brako men didnt havo to pry so many kiss lag females apart at stations Strange If Tru A curious thing happened at a little gathering which I attended a few nights ago Did somebody mistaking the hosts for one of the guests tell him it wu stupid 7 No A young lady who was asked to urgingOhdogChicagoRecordHerald The Porter Drug Co iNOOtratATBD PHONE 12 BEREA KY o oeoo o o ooo o oooooooooooo o ooo ierea and Vicinity i o o- o o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF 5 SOURCESi oooooeoo o ooeoo o oooooeooooo- =DR BEST DENTISTCITT OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE free Frost will preach at tho Col lege Chapel Sunday night Dr Thom son being at Blue Lick where bo and Mr Hudson aro holding npoclal meetings this week Miss Bertha King was tho guest of friends In Livingston Saturday and SundayMr W VanWlnklo of Mt Vernon was In town the latUr part of do week MlM Doulah Vlars and father of Seaffold Cano were the guests ot Mr and Mrs J Dalton the first at tilt weekMr and Mrs Everett VanWInklo have moved Into ono ot Mist Knit CoddlnBtons houses on Prospect St Mr Green Balsa Is at homo from Morehead for a visit with relative hire Several morahors from tho Baptist ehureli here attended Sunday wrfiool rally hold by the ohuroh at Silver Creek last Saturday Mr and Mrs James Wagois loft Monday for Wagenvlllo for a weeks visit with relative Mr Will Fox who received a very sorlous Injury on tho foot whllo at work several weeks ago was brought to the hospital for treatment Monday Mlas tflna King will leave Friday for Duluth South Carolina whoro the will toash for the coming year The moat stylish millinery over shown In Korea wilt displayed at Mrs 8 It Makers opening last Friday and Saturday The store was beautifully decorated with golden rule Mrs Ba kor and her clerks wero charmingly arrayed Tho hats were exquisite creations ot taste and beauty and It was evident that tho ladles of the community appreciated this became from tho Ume tho store opened In the morning till late at night throngs of pleased customers crowded the aisles Mrs Salllo Burns of Hamilton 0 Is visiting friends and relatives In Ilerea tlllll week Mlaa Loulso Wolfe who has been HI with typhoid fever for two months II Improving Mr Jacob DrownIng Is out again having grown a full beard during his slego of fever Word has been received from Dr E Albert Cook that ho and his family aro well and are pleasantly located at 924a Manse St Montreal Canada tho regular society meet hArter Beta Kappa IY Ing Friday night the athletic fieldgave a spread on PI Epallon PI entertained the row girls at the gyrouosluni After a short program marshmallows and punch wero served Mr Stanley Frost Is out ot town this week on a trip thru Jackson and Clay Counties Mr Vaughn a stato Sunday school worker spent Friday night In Borea L lie reports great dryness In the region thru which ho baa passed and says that while he was at Drooksvlllo In Bracken County quails flow Into the town utterly exhausted for lack of water Some wero easily caught by the people and others when given a drink quickly recovered and flew awayA Teachers Association Meeting was hold at Durch Lick last Saturday with a good attendance Mr Vaughn was present Supt T A Edwards returned from Christs Hospital Cincinnati Monday An announcement has been reed ved of tho marriage of Mr Arthur 8 Worthen a former Derea worker to Mlsa Jennie MY Kennedy of Apple Hill Ont Their home Is at Mac Donald College Province of Quebec lieu Andrew Johnson candidate for Congress from 8th Congressional Die trict on Prohibition Party ticket Is to speak In Berea on the 28th October IfI BIBLE STUDY CONFERENCE The first International Student 11 blo Convention will ba held under the auspices ot tho International Com mittee ot Young Mens Christian As sociation at Columbus Ohio Oct 22 26The number of delegates Is limited to 1200 A careful effort Is being made to secure representation from practically every Institution ot higher learning for men thruout North Ameri ca Tho object of tho Conference Is to promote Intelligent systematic personal Bible study among thinking men and to secure the active cooper ation of the ohuroh to win students to Christian living by means ot tho BibleJohn R Mott will preside Among tho speakers aro Prof Jeuks of Cornell Bishop McDowell of Chicago Dean Bosworth of Oberlin and Robert It Sneer bosldso many others of In ternational repute as Christian workers MOUNTAIN DAY I Students should take care not to raise going to hear Knob Saturday Mountain Day Is always one ot tho most pleasant of the year and with Prof Lewis In charge a good time cat J safely bo promised to everyone Tho wagons will go out Scaffold Cano Pike and after spending a good part of the day on tho Knob will return by j Dig Hill seeing the reservoirs on tho way Tho first wagons will leave Ladles Hall yard at 800 tho second at 900 returning at 100 and 400 in tho afternoon BEREA VS C U Berea played Central University at Danville last Saturday losing by tho score ot 160 Tho day was rather warm for tool ball but tho spectators did not want for opportunities to yell as tho game was fast and Interesting- C U showed up to advantage because of a heavier team and their coaching Their backfield played well together and was steady although Be I rea on many occasslons ripped their lino spilling tho Interference and downing the ball behind the line Duffy at right end was their star player making long gains and hand ling well the forward pass used by his teammates Borca kicked off to C U and held for downs Then taking the ball formI tho signals wero crossed and the ball went over Then C U by a success ion of line bucks through Bcreas right tackle and the use of tho for ward pass rushed tho ball over for the first touchdown Tho try for goal failed At this stage of tho game Berea went to pieces for a couple ot min utes and C U rushed tho ball across for another touchdown During tho cccond half Berea tore through C U for big gains only toe FOR SALE 16 acres of good land one and a halt mile from Bores Ky Four room box house and a 30x16 barn and good garden Price 3500 I Joe Williams Berea Ky I FOR SALE House and lot Corner Jackson and Elder eta For par I tlculars addreea me at Disp- utantKMasonI Anglln A Brazilian Fish Story Two youths went down to the river to flab and one of them was surprised on turning round to see his compan i ion with only his feet and ankles stick I Ing out of tho mouth of a huge flab Nothing daunted however he rose to the occasion and plunged his harpoon anImalIReview UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need of something good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE ju1Reftatber Succceeor to Oolocn Grocery Company pbonc 184 fiDaln Street Opposite Citi3cn Otllce MILLINERYFA- LL AND WINTER STYLES Ready for Your Inspection We hope to be favored with a call VERY RESPECTFULLY MISS ALLIE FOWLER Chestnut Street Opposite Welchs Berea Kentucky loso the ban at critical stages and on occasions playing poor Inside football Within a few minutes after play was resumed in the second halt C U scored another touchdown this time on a fluke kick which bounded over the line whore a C U man full on tho ball Cave kicked goal Borons backfield showed up well the greatest difficulty being weak In terference at times and a tendency to mix signals The line men all played well and considering tho now men played Capt Swope was well pleased with their showing On tho offensive Thornton was Bereas star player tearing through the line for big gains On tho defen sive Wheeler and Swope put up a grand game Swopos tackling In the open being spectacular and effect lye Oii the whole the game resulted with credit to Berea and Capt Swopa should be able to take a team to play State that will hold them down to a low score and even cross their goal line A CARD JUdl1oalSlncorly grateful for favors of the past I again ask at your hands tho nomination for tho Circuit Judgeship I realize that no mero man can be a perfect judge and that a public official whose duties require him to decide according to fixed rules of law and evidence every disputed question In numerous hotly waged contests can not hopo to callsfy every litigant but In discharging my official duties I have endeavored to keep constantly before mo the words ot my oath of office which requires mo to admtntste Justice without respect to person and I to do equal right to tho poor and the rich and to faithfully and Impartially I discharge tho duties of the otfico to tho best of my abilities and I have at all times conscientiously striven to keep that oath Inviolate If the people of this district feel that I have to a reasonable degree met tho requlremnts of this Important poe itlon I will greatly appreciate tho endorsement which I respectfully ask but It my service has not been reason ably satisfactory I do not desire to be continued In office and my support will be cheerfully given to the people choice for the positionJ BENTON Winchester Iy Sept 29 1908 FACTS ABOUT CONSUMPTION By Dr Robert H Cowlcy Consumption Is tho most common and tho most deadly disease known to the people of Kentucky One out of every seven who die In Kentucky die of consumption which causes twin at many deaths as any other known disease Last year over COOO Ken tuckians died of consumption Every citizen of Kentucky should know three things about consumption First It Is contagious Second It is preventable Third It Is curable 1 Contagion- It Is now definitely known that con sumption may be given by one person to another This Is duo to the fact that consumption Is caused by a germ This germ Is so small that It has to bo magnified 1000600 times beforo It can bo seen so that millions of them may be on a piece ot bread or in a drop oC milk without being visible to the human eye These germs or seeds of tho disease are found in tie spit of people with consumption li great numbers and they may be found lID tho dust air carpets Avails and furniture of the rooms where consumptives have lived This dust and air filled with germs are breathed I by other members of the family and so they take the disease It is a common thing for several members of ono household to take tho disease and die off one after another some times ono every year till they are all gone I 2 Prevention 1 Every person having a long con tinued cough should send some of his spit In a bottle to some doctor who Is provided with a microscope and who has had training In the study of germs to find out If It contains the germs of consumption 2 Every bit of spit from a person who han or who is suspected of hav- Ing consumption should bo spit Into a small pleco of paper and promptly burned In tho stove It should not be spit Into spltoons or on paper on tho floor because the files will get Into it and carry the germs to the I INEAs THE fRST DAY WORN I lj IJIYou begin to feel comfort the instant your foot enters a Queen Quality Shoe When you find just the right length and width it is like a soft gentle caress of the whole foot Try one pair and see for yourself MRS S R BAKER PHONE 113 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KY food and thus expose the whop fatally The danger from a consump tive lies In the spit and In the spit alone If this Is burned the disease will not spread but will die out 3 Cure Tho consumptive should have a room by himself It Is dangerous for anyone to sleep in the room with him His room should be large well aired and with windows toward the south to get sunlight Fresh air and sunlight are death to disease When away from home the consumptive should spit In squares of paper which may be carried In the pocket These to be burned at tho first opportunity 3 There Is no medicine which will cure consumption Those advertises to do so are all fakes and money tha- Is spent on them Is worse than wast ed The only cure lies In plenty cf easily digested food Out door air 24 hours In tho day Nothing will kill a consumptive quicker than a stuffy room Sleep out doors In the summer and with all the windows open In tho winter Heat tho sleep- Ing room warm once a day to dry it out 4 A consumptive should never tire himself with exercise or work but al ways stop his work or exercise before tho point ot fatigue is reached If these directions are folowed tit least one half of all consumptives will recover provided tho treatment Is begun soon enough e Weak and run down people talc consumption easily so everybody es pecially those who have friends that are consumptives should bo careful to keep their general health In the best possible condition To do this they should sleep with windows with open take plenty of good exercise learn to breath tho lungs full of purl air many times a day Tako at least eight hours sleep every night avoid alcoholics and stimulants and take cold spongo bath every morning on getting out of bed I No person should use a room which has been occupied by a consumptive until It has been fumigated with formalin or sulphur burning three pounds of the latter to an ordinary room with all flues and cracks stop ped up The floors should be scrubbed with soap and water and then with carbolic acid solution the paper removed and wood work repainted ORCHARD AND GARDEN The autumn hills are hid Heath rust ling loaves From bush and branch the birds their songs outpour The orchard drops Its laden boughs to earth And on hor bosom casts its bounteous ctore Prepare for early frosts Oood time to dig borers out of the tree trunks Uso a small knife and a flexible piece of wire If you want longkeeping pumpkins and squashes gather and store them before they are frosted A cool dry frostproof room Is a better place to keep them than a cellar Clean up all trash In the orchard Mow the weeds there shouldnt bean Burn all rubbish Then owls hawks cats and crows can readily see and catch all field mice Storing vegetables Onions Store In a loft rather In tho cellar In tho latter they will sprout to their injury A few parsnips for winter may bo lifted and ctorcd in sand in the cellar but as freezing sweetens them It Is beat to leave many of them outdoors for later use Potatoes Store in bias one foot or eighteen Inches deep rat ed somewhat from tts floor Do not bruise or they will be likely to rot Roots in tho nature of salsify and horseradish freezing does not hurt so the main lot may rtay out where grown but some should bo dug and put in earth in the cellar for winter use Sweet potatoes Pack in boxes ot dry earth not having the roots touch each other then storo the boxes lu a dry frostproof place From October Farm Journal EGGS IS EGGS Let us sing the praIse of the Great American Hen who during the past year may well have cackled with pride over the production of nearly one billion three hundred jsllllon dozen of eggsI Do you realize what that means Well listen It instead of re naming quietly at home In Iowa she had choosen to demonstrate her powers to tho universe at large the Hen might have laid those eggs each two Inches long end to end In s continuous chain reaching 238818 miles up to the moon back again and then then more than halt way around the world for good measure a total of 492424 miles of eggsI Furthermore If those eggs had been made Into one omelet halt an Inch thick that omelet would easily have covered Manhattan Island an area of 22 square mllesl An old Mohammedan legend tells that King Solomon used to travel L A Davis M D OFFICE AT R SIDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST S R BAKER DENTIST KYInrCIINre hnura fra d U 4 Clljr Phoiif 1S3 Teeth stamped without pil Soviofomt I 450Bu- ysI a good set of teeth DR HOBSON Richmond Kentucky EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I rTHADC MARKS DC3ION3 COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone endmgapkelrh and Ma luicnInnli rhLlj OIIIlu hktsCommm lei aD tlonintrlctlrroiiUUoiillnl tlANUUOOK onlMenu sent free rln paten Intents taken agency rtuon Co recetr- sr4cU mikewllhoutchargelutbeci A htndiomelr IIIntnliKl wwklr Laresteht rotation of nr flenUBo itirnnl Terms tJ m tour i fur months ii BuUbJ all nefdenier NUNN Co361aoadary New York Branch office CS F BU Wubloiion D Co 1ChnperThal rThe lowest priced good gardencatalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb III Kansas City Mo REVOLVING j W Less pen MILE FOR SAMP L- EWRllt t14Grp1lltllU OE ttAtB ILL KANSAS CrrVMa thru tho air with all his armies on a wonderful flying carpet protected from the rays of the sun by the wings of a host of birds Now ac cording to the poultry census there are in the United States about two hundred and eighty millions ot chic kens guinea fowls turkeys geese and ducks of the poultry voting age which Is three months or over It required to furnish a moving canopy like that ot King Solomon the barn- yardI fowls of this country allowing only a toot of spread to each could easily shadow a space of ten square miles Arthur Gulterman In October Womans Home Companion De Style On what side does appen dicitis come Doctor jokingly On the Inside New York Pres- sPUBLIC RENTING I will on Saturday October 1008 on the premises one mile from Paint Lick station on tho Wallaceton pike In Madison County Kentucky rent to the highest bidder two tracts of land for 1909 Tract No 1 contains 46 acres all In grass except 6 acres to go In tobacc-o Has upon It a 3room house good cistern at tho door good pond good tobacco barn with sticks and about 1 aero In fruit Tract No2 contains 67 acres 14 3 acresto go In wheatorrye 20 acres tglgoticorn remainder In grass Has It a 3rtoom bouae+ good tobacco linen hnd stfcksy05 I Will otter the twp seams separately then as a whole and whichever way they bring the most money that bid will be accepted This land all broke out of blue grass this year Terms The renter or renters will bo required to execute a note with good security payable on or before Nov 1st 190- 9Renting to commence at 10 a m 3 M D Flack KIrkavllle Kentucky- W P Prewltt Auctioneer Bares Kentucky 1 tt P The Citizen ft fatally mwspaper tor all that It tlfM true and Interesting rblUhed net ThutMiy it gem Kr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Unley Frost Editor and Managt Subscription Rates rAYABUt IN ADVANCE Dai year flM Ix Months t- rbrrc Mocthi M Btll4 money by rotlofficc or Espies Uoaty Order Draft RegiMered Letter or onaM tw MB t lUmp The date awe 0 tne on label skews ts what date your NcrtUOII l pld lilt Ie seSungtd three wttk situ ttMwtl Mttfy a- sMlslt amber will be fUdly np QW tf wen etlied Pine pmnlnmi cheap with new labMrlptloni and prompt rcnewvli Iud for Premium Lot Uberl trans firtn to toy who obUU sew ntocrtptloo lar US Any one eadl a- lnrlubtttptlooe m fo i caD teIe Tile CIt1Ma piss as ODe r AdTt rtltloi rates on ipptlntUn MMaaa Or KXNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ugaen Armour carries only bzDu wltn him when ho is In Europe Ho doesnt want to be tempted to over tip tho waiters A Columbus 0 man saved his life by clinging to a mules tall The grave yards are full of men who tried this method and failed One firm of four men having their headquarters near the Illinois river gather 100000 worth of pelts every year which are sent to Europe A Philadelphia doctor says now that it is whiskered men that make kissing dangerous lIe must have a friend In the safety razor business Cuba exported 1839023 worth It tobacco 965310 worth of cigars 24 284 worth of cigarettes and 11555 worth of cut tobacco In March 1908 There are 300 paint factories in this country making over 100000000 gal Ions of paint a year and the business demand Is Increasing faster than the facilities If tho matter were to be put to a Totes of males between 10 and 20 tho schools would be closed and all mathematical problems would be worked out on score cards The symptoms aro that the print paper and wood pulp schedule will have to wait and take its chances with tho others Meanwhile it will remain sacrosanct- Depositors of a busted Japaneso bank have formally requested the president to commit suicide whereas in this country tho depositors are ex pected to do that It is reported that a wellknown football player Is suffering from the effects of overstudy This sounds ex tremely like a story that can be cor rectly classed with tho nature fakes Gold has been discovered in the Philippines Those islands may yet pay handsomely Alaska was long called Sewards Folly Dut It Is one of the finest Investments any country ever made A young man in New York was ar rested for kissing girls on tho street but explained be kissed them because seeing so many pretty girls set him crazy What a wave of osculation would strike Baltimore exclaims the Baltimore American If tho number ol pretty girls turned masculine heads Uko that- Franco Is confronting a serious prob lea In the excess of the death rate over the birth rate It is more than a national It Is a world tragedy for a nation so conspicuous in history and in romance In poetry and gallon achievement as Franco to bo compelled to face even remotely the pros pect of dying out A foreign nobleman who has been visiting In this country says that American girls are1 foolish to marry for titles as the titled husbands are no good and do not represent tho best of their class He need not be giving this out for information after the tI tied fortune hunters themselves have been doing everything in their power to publish broadcast the same knowl edge A new German law provides that the German language shall be used at all public meetings In all parts ot tho empire This Is part of the sys tematic effort to bring about tho Ger manizatlon of Alsace German Poland and the Danish districts of Schleswlg Holstein Tho number of people af fected Is about 4600000 Language is the mightiest Implement of con quest There aro in New Haven about 4000 persons who have como from a single province In Italy They pride tliomsolyesand well they may on tho fact that during the last 20 years not oho of them has been sentenced to jail in Now Haven thero has not been a single dlvorcq case no one has been implicated In a murder case and thcro pars been few civil actions among them It Is evident either that these Itullans are most uncommonly good people by nature or bat i the sir of Connecticut makes it still the land of toodr habits Money Wasters I Men L By HETTY GREEN Americans are too extravagant This is going to lx a hard winter The spendthrifts and moneywast ers have got to pay the price The women of America have helped to make Until times All they live for all they care for is- clothesthe latest shape in hats tho newest fangled skirts And they aro none too particular how they get what they want or who pays for it Oh I am not saying that American women are not moral but 1 do say that they do not care what price their husbands anti fathers and brothers pay for the luxury and finery they demand More men are driven to dishonesty by the white hand of a Woman stuck all over with jewels than by their own love of horses rich food and gay tints Tho American child is not taught how to save money but how to spend it Everything it to them FO long as you have tho price or creditthats tho policy of the modern mother and sho is raising u nation of spendthrifts whoso one thought is to get what they want when they want it That is why men and women tho low who know how to save will in time be masters of those who know only how to spend Flattery Ruins Young Men By JOHN A llOffLAND The ChurchLosing Grip American Women Drive toI theywantgive Flattery to tho young man is ono ot the most dangerous things in his social life Give a young man his sharo of good looks and pleasing personality and ho needs an unusunlly level head in order to know whoro he stands on the basis of sterling merit Always he may expect the social admiration of the young woman It was just such n young man as this that a professor in n technological school was telling me a short time ago Jones wasnt a bad sort of chap Ills hump of modesty was wholly undeveloped and ho was aggressive in his egotism Hut he was doing well in school and with few exceptions was reasonably popular with his fellows With the youngwomen he was It Jones was neuritis the time of graduation when he stopped his professor ono day to ask if in case knowledge of an opening came to his teacher he might bo put in touch with it That was ten years ago and in thoso days tho college man rather suffered because his diploma But ono day opportunity came and Jones was put in touch with it It was in tho electrical end of a big manufacturing concern whore for the first year or so Jones might expect no moro than 10 or 12 a week for his services Tfo would be expected to work hard and uphill perhaps But Jones was willing to try and passed from the school to tho manufac tory About a your later the professor was surprised when Jones stepped into his private office in tho school indignant Without preface Jones jumped on his old instructor charging that for more than a year the in fluence of his old teacher lied been to handicap him in progress and to cheat him out of at least 70 a month How Simply because Jones had been wasting a year in tho manufacturing concern at salaries of 15 and 20 a week when at Jones first move for another place ho had received an offer of 150 a month toasting his old instructor Jones departed and tho professor inter ested in the case wont to the house to which he had recommended the young man There ho learned that Jones had done reasonably wellonly that every one in contact with him suffered from his egotism Suddenly at a moments notice Jones had quit saying that he had a place at double thc salary he had been receiving Further investigation showed that a kinsman of Jones had fount him a position with a southern stnto organization at 150 a month at which Jones in his egotism jumped at the con clusion that he could have done far better for himself without the help of his instructorJones in the south was that still stimulated in his egotism and confident of his pull with the state officials he had become unbearable even to his friends and inside a year had been let out of Ills position Spoiled by his egotism ho had drifted along in the effort to regain a like position until he had landed in the little Michigan town just in time to open its new lighting plant at 50 a month This case of Jones is more or less typical Flattery virtually had incapacitated him for work for which otherwise he was fitted Ills head had been turned Seeing himself in his own exaggerated light ho was in tolerant of any one or anything which did not give back to him his own image as he saw it Unfortunately for the type the world refuses to do even justice to the egotist unless he combines with his egotism some element of the mixer which takes from it sonic of its offensivcnesa In general what calls for more satisfaction to tho observer than to see the selfsatisfied man certain of himself who goes on to his logical downfall Can any one inugitifi that Jones found sympathy in his old instructor Young man dont let yourself be made tho victim of flattery Dont allow yourself to got into a position where flattery is at all necessary to your work whatever it may be It requires manfulncss to work in the fare of criticism Invite criticism from those who will criticise but avoid flattery and its subtle inroads upon your good sense Its r I BrltV WM H UVICNCE DD OI Orasgsn J of of i The religious enthusiasm of post years is waning anti the average young man of the present day is simply tiredof the churchThere arc many regular attendants at services who incircly gotjirough the forms of worship out of habit rand arc worship ing n fetish of the past rather than u God of the present Tho tic that used to bind a young man to the church is broken The interest of young women in the church ja waning The spiritual life has become a form and when that happens the religious life is exhausted There is a remedy and that is to keep right on worshiping and striving to get thin best out of the church If that is lone the Christian vfll iii time got his second wind as it were and begin to worship anew To a great mnny people tin active spiritual life means the gathering ofbijj opgrcgatjons the building of great churches and thousands of ptnple lurking into these edifices ou Sunday MOUNTAIN FORESTS ABLAZE FIRES FANNED BY STRONG WINDS ARE BEYOND CONTROL Ohio and Pennsylvania Suffering From Disease Epidemic as the Result of the Drought Utica N Y Sept 27Thn forest fires In tho AdlrondnckH fanned by n strong wind are now beyond tho con trol of tho hundreds of men who have been fighting them According to re ports received hero largo areas nn being swept by the flames and several small villages and camps are beliij wiped out- Long Lake West a village of about 100 inhabitants was burned and the damage resulting amounts to many thousand dollars The village contained about a dozer buildings the railroad station and a large storehouse which supplied the camps for miles around Tho preserve of Dr Webb at No hasanu was threatened Saturday and this city was appealed to for assist once Fire Chief Sullvan and a force from the Utica department aro npw at Ne hasaneCommunication was entirely cut of Sunday afternoon and tho last me sago said several camps and hamlets wore seriously threatened and that tho Ares wore raging beyond all control not alone along tho ground brush but high up In tho trees PitUburg Sept 28 With losses ag grcgatlng several million dollars iron forest fires and heavy damages to crops and live stocks tho reported loss of a number of lives duo to light- Ing timber conflagrations tho enforced Idleness of thousands of workmen owing to the suspension of manufacturing establishments beCAuso of lack of water the health authorities antic paling a serious epidemic of ron tngiou dlsociBes and many small streams dried up and practically obllt orated the drought of 1908 which hoi hold Western Pennsylvania Bontorn Ohio and West Virginia in Its grasp for more than two months remains unbroken each day gradually Increas ing the seriousness of the unprecedent ed situation Threo times during tho excessive dry spell there hLve been very slight rains Aside front the millions of feel of timber destroyed and tho dolly loss to manufacturers and farmers prnlw bly the most serious phase of the situ atIon U tho threatened epidemic- A maJoHty of the population of Western Pennsylvania Knstern Ohio and West Virginia arc oven now nut ferlng from throat affections caused by the groat accumulation of dust and the heavy clouds of smoke The health authorities have sounder warnings to the public to boll nil water used for internal purposes and say by doing this only can man deaths and much sickness be prevented DRUNKEN MOD Fires Into Church Folk and Three Men Arc KilledPastor Is Shot Jolllco Tenn Sept 28Ono of the bloodiest affairs In the history of Rut Tennessee occurred near the Tonnes seo Kentucky lino north of Anthrax Poxtofllce Sunday The scone was the little Baptist church within CO yards of which a blind tiger has been operated for months Just as the services had closed Sun day morning and nearly all the congregation had emerged frost the church a crowd of drunken men who had visited the blind tiger began fir Ing into the church people with pistols John Dennett J W McKinney and Ed ward Thomas were shot down near the church steps and died almost Instant ly streams of blood from the wounded bodies flowing down the steps of the little church The preacher a Rev King was shot and mortally wounded In tho church yard Another worshiper named OIL son was also shot down In front of the church but ho Is not dangerously wounded The tragedy was nothing moro than a drunken hobs work Anthras Is five miles off a railroad and has no telephone connection Jellfco olllcen could not learn tbo names of any of tho men Implicated In tho shooting All of the doad and wounded men were men of families except Bennett Launch Struck Bridge Support Chicago Sept 2SSeven men out of n party of eight were drowned In the Ciilumct river at Ono Hundred and Twentysixth street South Chicago Sunday night when tho pleasure launch Lemon struck one of tho sup ports of a railroad bridge and sank with all on board Tho owner of the boat succeeded in swimming to the shore Albert Westgrcn the only man saved was taken In custody by the police Ho said tho only ono of tin drowned men he knew was John Frick his brotherinlaw Tho launch had been plying up aid down tho river In tho storm Five Persons Blown To Pieces Scranton Pa Sept 2SThree Americans and two Italians were blown lo pieces in an explosion of dy namlto while working at Cross Keys cut along the Delaware Lackawanna Western railroad noar Tobyhanna Stopped the Shows Memphis Tenn Sept 28 Sunday amusements received a jolt Sunday night when the managers of the Or phcum and Casino theaters while at tempting to give performances wen arrested and posted forfeits 1r I 1 THE HINDU DOY His Lot Is a Hard One Because of the Caste Rule Boys and girls of America this great land where all nro born free and equal before the law cannot well Imagine tho condition of their poor lit tie brothers and sisters of India vie lima of tho casto condition Indeed tho word slavery might well bo sub stituted for the word caste for both describe a condition of bondage An a matter of fact caste la hered itary And so it has been for 2000 years and unless something Is dono to bring about n great social revolution In that benighted country it will con tinue to exist 2000 years more The Hindu Is a most conservative crea ture anti willingly walks in the grooves made by his ancestors To give you a hint as to tho meaning of the term canto I quote a wellknown writer on tho subject All these castes aro hereditary A priests son becomes a priest a sol filers son a soldier a carpenters son a carpenter a scavengers son a son venger There Is no question What hall wo do with our boys In Hindu Ism For a sire to start his son In tny othor calling but his own would be against his caste and there nil argument ends for canto la both social an religious and Includes the calling as well ns the creed Tho requirements and restrictions of caste are innumerable Many of them arbitrary Inconsistent and oven A Hindus Boys Costume contradictory Tho principal laws dt tact that Individuals shall marry only those of tholr own caste oat with their own caste and of food cooked by II caste fellow or a Brahman that no superior shall allow an Inferior to touch his cooked food or even enter the room In which It Is being cooked but articles of a dry nature such as grain and rice are exempt from do fllemant by touch no long as they remain dry Wator and other liquid arc peculiarly susceptible to contain nation but rivers reservoirs and ponds aro excepted The higher and clean castes aro not allowed to touch tho lower or outcast OB oven the brushing of garments In passing Is reckoned defilement and the shad ow of an Inferior is considered un clean A BEAUTIFUL FLOWER The Narcissus and the Legends Concerning Its Origin When children run Into tho woods to gather flowers they find in abel tered places bY the sldo of little brooks the beauti ful flower Narcis sus This is a very ancient flow er and pools of all times have sung about IL It bloomed even as long ago as whenn tho gods and god desses were supposed to live on tho earth The old Grecian legends say It was the flower the maiden Proserpine was gathering when Pluto took her away to his dark home under the groundAnother legend tells about a beau tiful youth named Nbrclsvus Hie father was a river pod named Cophla sus nd his mother n nymph called Llrlopo Tho wonderful beauty of the youth caused many to love him but he was cold and Indifferent to all A poor little nymph called Echo loved him so dearly that sho pined away and died because ho would not care for her At last Nemesis tho fdiloss of retribution decided to punish blm for his hard heart Site caused palm to fall In lovo with his own Imago as ho looked Into a stream and as ho could never reach this beautiful reflection ho gradually perished with hopeless love I Ills body was changed Into the beau tiful flowers which havo ever after borno Lila name rA Centipedes Trouble A erntlpetln uaa happy quite Until III toad In fun liked him which Inc followed which This wrought his mind to such a pItch ire lay dlitiarteit In a ditch Unyertala hop to run A SUMMER TRICK Goo Fishing Game Which Will Mys tify Your Friends Cut out of ordinary paper a Gold fish II ko the ono In the picture life size In the center out a circular opening n communicating with the tall by moans of tho narrow canal a bl atoning at b Put plenty of water In a good sized bathtub for It you do this trick right your fish will swim far and well To make the fish swim tho water like a thing of life explains Magical Experiments pour a largosized drop or oil into tho opening a which will Immediately seek to spread Itself over the surface of tho water hut it can only do this through tho narrow Explanatory Diagram canal n b Dy tho effect of the reactive force the fish Nlll travel In tho inverse direction ta tho output of oil in other wordti the fish will KO forward and will sAui Quito a dill tanoe AN AUCTION PARTY I How a Jolly Evening Ctn De Spent with Your Friends Nothing would be jollier for an evenings cntortalnmobt than an auction partySometimes at summer resorts roct auctions are hold on a small scale Just for fun and the bidders pay roar money for the articles that are knocked down to thorn nut the kind of auction suggested for your party requires no monoyr only a little wit and Ingenuity Having selected your articles and carefully wrapped ned tied and num bet there prepare a catalogue for your guests to onitMilt In the course of the sate A ugpoitad catalogue wlll be fused at the close of thus ar ticleAsk n glib toogued friend to take the part of auctioneer and supply Glib guest with a certain number of beam In a bag made to look like tho money baits used by the bank TH the guests not to bid too highs at the outset or they will not set IRan articles Suggested Catalogue 1 A bit of old UM a slice lace 2 A portrait of her lato raajoatr Quean Victoria Ian Kngiteh penny 2 A study In black aid white ibalk and opal 4 Souvenir of the wedding day rice 5 Travelers guide a tlmo tnWo- C The fruit of disobedience an ap ple7A marble group several mar Wes 8 A revealer of mens thoughts a papor knife 9 That which wo neither borrow nor lend ocn to our host and dearest friend a toothbrush 10 A pair of slippers bits of orange peel and banana skin 11 A mighty weapon a pen 13 A bit of Indian Jewelry a bead bracelet 13 Tho first American an Indian hoad 14 Tho most honored Aniorlcan head of Washington 16A now writer a new pencil 1C Emblem of confidence sealing wax 17 Hawthornes masterpiece the letter A painted scarlet 18 The way to a girls heart flow ers or a box of bonbons WALTT21N0 GG How the Amusing Trick Cm Be Per formed Place a plato on tho tablo so that It Is near enough to the edge to be easily taken In hand Then place the aegg In tho middle and with the help of tho thumb and Index Inter of the right hand placed respectively at I either end glvo tho egg a lively ro tary movement It will soon stand I upright on Its points anti turn Now seize tho plato and all yes have to do to make tho egg waltz Is to move your hand In a waltzing motion The egg should bo a bard boiled one and should while boiling be kept In a pcrpentlcular position lo tho sauce pan says Magical Experiments TtY It and see the egg spin around the plate a A Work of Supererogation Henry dislikes being bathed land ar gues with his mother over nvcry square Inch of his fouryearold ana tomyOne night when his patience war especially tried by what lieconsidoretY- wholly unnecessary work ho exclaimed Oh mamma couldat you skip roT muyrtomachtJudge MANY DIE IN WRECK HORRIBLE COLLISION OCCURS ON NORTHERN PACIFIC SMOKING CAR TELESCOPED Between Thirty and Forty Passengers Killed and Injured Bodies of the Victims Shockingly Mangled Iliitte Mont Nlneteon persons wore killed 11 seriously Injured several fatally and about 30 more or loss hurt In a collision between passenger train No 16 known as tho eastbound Burlington flyer t and a westbound freight train at 810 oclock Frldny morning nt n siding known as Young Point nbout 30 miles wost of Hillings on tho Northern Pacific railroad Tho passenger running about CO anlloa an hour crashed Into tho frclRht lust entering on Iho siding during a Minding snowstorm tho engineer of tho passenger tailing to see tho signal ling of the brakeman of tho freight rain In time to avert the collision Smoker Is Telescoped Tho express car telescoped with the temokor and a majority of tho fatalities And Injuries wore In this car The ox p roes car wns raised over tho plat form of tho smoker tho superstructure sweeping the soots and not a passen ger In this car escaped death or In jury The other passengers escaped with cuts and bruises On the train was tho Spokane dole gation to tho National Irrigation con gross at Albuquerque None of these was Injured Fireman Ora Babcock jumped and was killed striking on his head Milo Holloway a brakoman of tho Hillings train was killed The scones arounJ tho smoker wore horrible heads bodies legs and arms being interwoven with broken seats and equip menl In one place seven bodies were so tightly wedged together that thoy wore only separated with difficulty It wag almost impossible to succor the Injured without trampling on tile load Partial List of the Dead A partial list of the dead tallow Col Hanson of UtAh John Cawlan Hillings Mont Lon Anderson lardy Afoot Lornnu A Stewart Dews Most H C Gamble MlnUton la H L Kymock Denver Col D II Ilnrnee Seattle Wash O 1t Kon ailck Anaconda Mont Om Habeock IlllllHss Mont S Chlngilon Cfaleo Springs Mont Charles B Johnson Denver Col district passenger agent Nickel Plate railway George Hatilo rook Anaconda Mont John Ryan CuihlB Okta Mite lUllowny mil IngsTMont Stchemrnm address unknown two unidentified coal minors on route from Anaconda Mont to Kirby Wya ABE RAYMER IS ACQUITTED Verdict of Not Guilty In First Spring field Riot Case Springfield illThe ease of AbV Ttaymor was given to tho jury at 540 tp m Wednesday and court took a re cess At nine oclock tho Jury re turned a verdict of not guilty Ray mer was as whlto as a sheet when the Jury filed Into court As soon as the verdict was announced ho grasped the hand of each juror and made a speech thanking them As this Is tho first of tho riot cases Involving a total of 117 Indictments returned by tho grand Jury It Is con sidered quite significant It was proved that Haymer was a member of the mob and tho court hold that any member of tho mob was guilty In tho eyes of tho law but tho Jury acted on tho lack of a evidence to prove that Tlaymcr actually had a hand In the lynching WASHINGTON LIFE IS SOLD IPlttsburg Syndicate Gets Mortons Old Insurance Company Now YorkTho control of tht Washington Life Insurance Company Thursday passed from tho hands ol I Levi P Morton Thomas F Ryan and tarry Payno Whitney to a Plttsburg syndicate headed by William C field win president of the Pittsburg Life wind Trust Company Thq deal was completed tale Thurs day afternoon and Mr Baldwin Will elected president of tho Washington Life Insurance Company to succeed John Tatlock In retiring from the r Washington Life former Gov Morton Movers a connection with tho com pany which has continued for almost 150 years ho having been one of the charter members of tho company one of tho oldest In tho country Steamer Erik Hits Iceberg I St Johns N FWltb her hull dam aged by collision with an iceberg the steamer Erik which accompanied the Peary expedition to tho north Is ro ported on her way to this port The damage to the vessel Is said to be roll above tho waterline Funeral of Lieut SelfrIdge Washington Tho funeral of Lieut Solfrldge whq was killed In tho tall MyotaTfatlanul cemetery Friday Tho Epls copal burial rite was observed at the sravo and troopers from tho fort fired A salute Widow of Gen Bragg Dies New Orleans Mrs Eliza Bragg widow of Ma pan Hraxton Bragg ol tho confederate army died In this city Sate Friday afternoon HITIfJ 30000 SWINDLE- FIVE ARE INDICTED IN THE PATTEN CASEI True Bllla PreparedJ M McFarland It One of the Accused Men Chicago Two Indictments nam ing flvo porp ns Involved In the operations by which Mrs Jumcs A Patten was Induced to pay out 30 800 for editions do luxe were prepared Thursday In tho office of tho states attorney Tho Indictments were based on true bills voted by the grand Jury wore submitted again to tho jurors and tho Investigating body returned them In court J M McFarland who testified as a states witness before tho grand Jury In tho Patten case was named In the Indictments as a codefendant The other tour persons against whom tho Indictments are named arc said to have been McFarlanda associates In his book deals Two separate transactions are taken cognliance of by tho Indictments The first of these was the ono of December 4 1907 by which Mrs Patten was In duced to pay out 8800 The second transaction la the ono of April 30 1008 by which she was Induced to part with 22000 In oach of tho Indictments tho charge was conspiracy to operate a confidence gamo McFarland appeared before the grand jury and there told tho story of his own part In the alleged fleecing of rich people by moans of tho book scheme At tho same time ho exposed tho persons who ho says worked tho plot with him and whom ho accuses of having pocketed most of the profits Mrs Patten was also a witness Sho told of tho largo sums of money that she turned over to the alleged ring of book swindlers with whom at tho In troduction of McFarbnd she did bus non She told of the notes she signed and furnished documents In support other testimony Since the discovery that McFarland has turned states evidence and that his own testimony as a coconspirator will be used to prosecute former as sociates the mon caught In tho net are reported to have been making overtures of their readiness to return some of tho notes and money which they secured ARREST DROWN AND PARTNERS New York Detectives Nab Members of Failed Brokerage Firm New York Detectives from police headquarters appeared In the A O frown Co case Friday giving it a sensational turn when they arrested five members of the failed stock ox change firm as they emerged from till federal building where a hearing Into tho affairs of tho firm has been go4ng on for some days before United State Commissioner Gllchrlst A sixth arrest would have been made If sickness had not detained still an other member of tho firm In a Now Jersey hospital beyond the jurIsdIc- tion The charge against them was that of grand Inrcony and It was preferred by a former client of tho firm Mist Melon S Abornethy of this city who alleges tho loss at their hands of 20 shares of Missouri Kansas Texas railway common stock valued at about 600 and 2G stares of United States Steel preferred stock valued at 1184 on or about August 21 last BURIED IN REDHOT BRICKS Tragic Fate of Two Men at Kenmare North Dakota Minot N DSlowly roasting to death under tons of redhot bricks In plain view of their comrades who wore unable to assist them E W Drake Sr and Clarence Ilallcy met a tragic death at Kenmaro Wednes day Tho big kiln of tho Kenmare Brick Coal Company burst when but ton hours from completion Drake who was tho manager of the plant was burled up to his arms In tho red hot pile and It was not for over 30 minutes that ho oould be reached by tho rescuers Bailey the 17yoarcld son of a prominent farmer was com pletely entombed and was not found for an hour Ills body was roasted ton crisp Bad Band Is Broken Up Winnipeg Man Tho arrest and conviction Friday at Mooso Jaw of Joseph Convery for horso steal ing of Kid Royal and George Birch In Montana and the sentencing of a fourth named Hofforson to the North Dakota penitentiary breaks up a bad band of home rustlers who have been operating In southern Saskatchewan and adjoining states for some time They stole hundreds of horses These were tho lenders Federation of Labor Convention Washington Tho call for the twon tyeighth annual convention of the American Federation of Labor has boon issued Tho convention will nssbmble in Denver Monday Novem bur 9 Denver Coliseum Burns Denver ColTho Coliseum on Champa street between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets this city was completely destroyed by fire of un known origin Thursday Tho Colt scum was one of the citys landmarks Insane Mother Slays Babe Elkhart TexMra John Dalton living three miles south of hero be canto Insane and choked her baby to death Thoro was no one at the house at tho time except Mrs Dalton and the child I FALL STYLES IN COLLEGE STUDENTS 1 tEh WfltI fS 4tGf Iii There will be wide variety In the styles In college boys this fall the current Issue of a fashion journal The prevailing college student style how ever will show coats worn to the knees with five or six vents and cuffs to the elbows Cuffs will also be worn on the trousers the object being to expose the calf of the leg from the knee down affording a cunning little peek at the garter Stripes wriggles and spots will constitute the modest patterns Green and pale lavender hats with trimming In the back and floppy brims turning up and down back and sideways will be popular to cover the collegiate cran lum TWO TOWNS IN DISTRESS 4 COUDERAY WIS AND RUSH CITY MINN MAY BURN UP Both Places Ask Help In Fighting the Flames California Forest Fire Under Control Coudoray WisA terrible forest fire Is raging on the outskirts of the town Tho frantic people are packing their household goods and preparing to move out- Minneapolis has been asked to send an engine and appeals will bo mado to other towns Unless tho wind dies down tho town will bo burned St Paul Minn Rush City Minn Is reported burning The St Paul fire department has boon appealed to for aId and Friday night sent an en gine company and seven men to tho burning city Rush City Is 54 miles north of hero on tho Northern Pacific railroadEureka Cal The forest fire which has been raging in the northeastern part of Humboldt county is reported to bo under control A rough estimate places tho burned area at 20000 acres It Is Impossible to give any exact estimate of tho loss but It Is believed that It will exceed 200000 Two men are known to have perished In tho flames Washington A telegram was re- ceIved Thursday from Raymond W Pullman of the forest service who Is lu Minnesota investigating forest fire conditions for the government Ho estimates the loss In that state at 5000000 to 10000000 with the fires still burning Ho reports a heavy rain fall lasting flvo hours but says 36 hours of rain aro necessary to put out nil fires MANILA SADLY DISAPPOINTED Preparations for Entertaining Fleet All Are Wasted Manila The effect of Secre tar of the Navy Metcalrs order that In view of tho presence of cholera In Manila no shore leave was to bo granted or visitors from shore allowed nn tho battleships when the Atlantic fleet arrived has been largely dis counted by the realization Thursday that it would bo Impossible to cleanse the city before tho arrival of tho fleet about October 1 People fully realize the necessity ot tho situation but they are bitterly disappointed at tho out comeThousands of dollars have been spent In preparation for the reception and entertainment of tho officers and men Tho decorations have been prac tlcally completed A program elab orate and novel which represents four months work by 250 active commit tcomcn had been arranged Drowned at Military Camp St Joseph MoTho first acciden tal death at Camp Everett Peabody whero 6000 regulars ore encamped occurred Thursday when Private John H McCawl of Baltimore Md Troop M Fifth cavalry was drowned In Lnko Contrary He drove his horse Into tho lake slipped from Its back and started to swim Tho horse kicked him on tho head and ho sank Bubonic Plague May Enter Countr- yWnsllingtonThat tho gulf and Atlantic coasts ot the United States are In danger of an infection of the bubonic plague was the note of warn ing sounded Friday by Dr N 1C Fos ter of California before tho delegates In attendance upon the twentythird annual meeting of the conference of state and provincial boards of health of North America Ho expressed the belief that such an Infection already may have taken place The rddress of Dr Foster who Is president of the organization startled tho dcltcatcs FRENCH NAVAL DISASTER 4 Thirteen Men Killed by Explosion of Big Gun Toulon France During gunnery drill Tuesday one of tho big turret guns on the French armored cruiser Lutoucho Trevlllo exploded with ter rifle violence completely wrecking tho after turret and killing outright tho entire gun crow of 13 men A num ber of men wore seriously injured some of them probably fatally The accident was similar to that aboard the gunnery schoolsbip Cou ronno off Los Sallns dHyercs August 12 last when by the bursting of the breech of ono of the guns six men were killed and 18 Injured The drill Tuesday had been proceed- Ing for a considerable time when with out warning the wholo turret seemed to blow out Dismembered bodies were thrown In all directions and sev eral of them were hurled Into the sea through tho great breach caused by the explosion The spectacle was horrible tho dead and wounded together with shattered arms and legs littering the decks A call to quarters was sounded and as speedily as possible the wounded were cared for The gun that exploded was 76 Inches bore of which tho cruiser carried two Happening so soon after tho accident on the Couronne tho ex plosion has caused a sensation in na val circles and doubtless will lead to a most rigid Investigation The La toucho Trevtlle carries a complement of 370 men YANKEE IS AGROUND Cruiser Caught on Spindle Rock Near Buzzards Bay Newport R ITho United States cruiser Yankee struck on Spindle Hock near the western entrance to Buzzards bay during a fog Wednes day breaking several holes In her hull on tho port side Sho was still hard and fast Wednesday night Several tugs attempted to release tho cruiser In tho afternoon but with out success and additional help was sent for Tho naval collier Lebanon a wrecking outfit and two tugs have been started from the New York navy yard to the Yankees assistance and tho naval collier Nero which is on her way to Boston will also bo asked to come to tho aid of tho Yankee Tho fog was still very thick In Bus zards bay at night but the sea was smooth and tho Yankee was apparent ly In no immediate danger Frank Robinson Is Dead Cleveland OFrnnk Do Haas Robinson owner of tho St Louis National League baseball team street car pro moter and capitalist died suddenly at his homo Friday night Mr Robinson was born in Plttsburg but went to Dubuque la at an early age A widow and daughter survive him Vanderbilt Divorce Made Absolute New York Justice Gerard in the supreme court Thursday signed the final decree of absolute divorce In favor of Elsie French Vanderbilt from Alfred Gwynno Vanderbilt on the recommendation of Referee David Me Clure The interlocutory decree was granted on May 26 WellKnown Banker Dead Philadelphia Tho death of James W Paul banker and financier of the firm of Drexel Co Philadelphia J P Morgan Co Now York and Mor gan Harjcs Company of Paris was reported hers Friday night from Hot Springs Va Mr Paul it was stated died of apoplexy Shah Orders New Elections Teheran The shah Friday issued a manifesto ordering new elections and calling for tho convening of tho assem bly and senate November 14 Kentucky Gleanings Important News Gathered From All 11Most of the State PartaI LICENSE FOR BUT ONE SALOON Court of Appeals Upholds Lower Tri bunal In Campbell County Case Frankfort Ky Judge Hobson wroto an opinion of tho court of appeals in a case of George R Huber against the commonwealth appealed from tbo Campbell circuit court Tho judgment of the lower court is affirmed holding that two barrooms In different build Ings can not be conducted on ono II cense Huber had secured license to con duct a saloon In Newport In tho houso In which ho lived and ho rented a building across from his place of busl ness and residence and used It for a bar and pool room Ho was indicted for conducting a saloon without II cense and fined Tho indictment was brought under Section 4198 and tho court of appeals upholds the fine POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS Are Favored By the Kentucky Presl dentlal Postmasters Association Lexington KyTho convention of Kentucky Presidential Postmasters association closed with the election of tho following officers President F M Fisher Paducah first vlco presi dent A M Hughes Louisa second vIce president L F Pelty Shelbyvlllo secretary George L Barnes Frank fort treasurer George Hutchinson Lawrenceburg The convention recommended the enactment of proposed laws providing for the establishment of postal savings banks and rural par cel post delivery Action Dismissed Louisville Ky Because of lack of proof action against the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad for al leged violation of the 28hour stock law was dismissed in federal court United States District Attorney George Du Rclle who mado the motion to die miss declared that the charges had been brought under a misapprehen sloe City Council Indicted Frankfort KyThe city council was Indicted for permitting water to stag nate in the gullies of tho streets Tho condition of the feebleminded insti tuto under the management of tho new bipartisan board of control and the now superintendent were harshly criticised The place is so filthy the grand jury says that the childrens health is in danger Parcels Law Rapped Louisville KyA rap was taken hero by tho executive committee of the Southern Supply and Machinery Dealers association at the parcels post law The committee was of opinion that it was Inimical to their interests At a meeting of the committee in Now Orleans this fall tho place fqr the 1909 convention will be determined Lou isville Is favored Political Battle Being Waged Big Creek Ky7A warm political battle is being waged In the 27th judi cial district for circuit Judge Faulkner the present Judge and Lewis commonwealths attorney are the candidates The primary is set for Dc cember 5 and It Is generally conceded that Faulkner will be defeated Lexington Gets Next Meeting Hopklnsvllle KyThe 68th annual convention of the Kentucky Christian Missionary association adjourned after a four days session which for many reasons is the most notable In tho his tory of the organization The next meeting will be held in Lexington No Water at Lakeland Frankfort KyThe drought has become EO severe at the Lakeland asylum for tho insane that inmates have been put on an allowance The reser voir is so low that the management of tho Institution fears it will KO dry An artesian well has been begun Six Mountaineers Arrested Covington KyDeputy United States Marshal A B Patrick establish ed a record when ho arrested six mountaineers singlehanded Tho arrests were mado at West Liberty Mor gan county Ky on charges of selling liquor illegally Mismanagement Charged ML Sterling KyThe affairs of the Eastern Kentucky Telephone Co with headquarters In this city were placed In the hands of Special Receiver Hen ry Watson of AH Sterling by Circuit Judgo Young Mismanagement Is charged Big Crop Destroyed May field KyTho bIg tobacco barn of Joe Boaz south of this town was burned with 3000 sticks of tobacco There was no insurance The blazo started while the crop was being firedCapt King To Direct Tournament Louisville KCapt Ev L King U S A will tako charge of the plans for the First regiment military tourn ament next week He will perfect the local regiment so that it will be in fine trim for the maneuvers Decide on Mahogany Furniture Frankfort Ky Mahogany desks for the legislative halls and the same kind of furnishings for the court of appeals room In the new capitol were decld ed upon at a meeting of Ue capital commission 1 BLACK DOLLS Will Be Manufactured For the Colored Children Lexington KyAt a meeting of the Colored National Baptist association composed of negro leaders from all parts of tho world in session hero the following resolutions were passed Whereas Our publishing board at Nashville Tcnn under the management of Dr R II Boyd Is prepared to supply a longfelt need In a factory for negro dolls and Whereas Our people for nearly halt a century because of the uncomely and deformed features of negro dolls have spent thousands of dollars on white dolls therefore bo It Resolved That we do here and now give our indorsement and hearty ap proval of the negro doll factory and not only urge the patronage of the people of our churches as Baptists but of the race at large throughout the United States LIQUOR LAW VALID Act Prohibiting Shipping Whisky Into Dry Territory Upheld Frankfort KyThe court of appeals sustained tho state law prohIb- Iting express companies from transporting liquor from a local option or dry county to another The court sustained a fine against the Adams Express Co of 75 which was convicted of transporting whisky from Mercer to Washington county Tbo decision was written by Chief Justice ORear and Is one of the most vigorous ever delivered by this statoa highest tribunal End of Drought In Sight Lexington Ky Barring a drIzzle on August 21 there has been no rain fall in Lexington since August 13 0Harold Noyes forecaster at the local weather bureau says there will be rata 1na few days and that this will end the longest drought lu the records of tho weather bureau In addition to the absence of rain the past 33 days tho temperature has been abnormally high and tbe country for miles around Lexington is literally burned up Col Haldeman III Ft Benjamin Harrison IndCol W H Haldeman of the First Kentucky regiment now in camp here left for Martlnsvlllc to enter a sanitarium on account of an acute attack of sciatica Lieut Col James P Gregory of the same regiment sustained an Injury to his shoulder by a fall from a horso The regiment is commanded by Senior Major LIndsey Hazers Didnt Get Him Lexington KyTho hunt for W R Smith the missing State university student continues with no clew to hIs whereabouts Believing that Smith might have been secreted by fellow students Prof James G White asked that if such be the case the period of durance cease The students say they have not been hazing young Smith Indicted For Murder Louisa Ky Indictments having been returned by the Lawrence county grand jury against Sprouse and Kelly for first degree murder In the burning of the Cooper home and three persons the men were taken back to Louisa from Catlettsburg and Mt Sterling Jails respectively for trial Policeman Accidentally Shot Stanford KyAt the performance of a Wild West show Bruce Arnold ofaGarrard county was placed under arrest by Chief of Police Carter for being drunk Arnold resisted arrest and while trying to subdue him the chlera pistol was discharged the ball pens trating Special Policeman J T Em brys left side Mutilated Herself Loulsvllo Kyrhe Lord made me It said Mrs Susie Tabler 45 when physicians forced open the bathroom of her homo and found that she had tried to kill herself She mutilated herself In a horrible manner but may recover Sho Is tbo widow of Gen Tabler of Harrodsburg Ky Bowling Green Man Tipped Frankfort KyDr A T McCor mack of Bowling Green Is being boosted by members of the medical fraternity to tako the place of Dr Milton Board on tho board of control when Boards term expires January 1 The appointment will bo mado by Gov Wlllson Residents Buy Water Newport KyThe residents In South Bcllevuo are experiencing a water famine and are compelled to pay for their water at the rate of 25 cents a barrel Men have taken advantage of tho scarcity of water and have been peddling to residents on the hill New Light Company Louisville KyUnder the leadership of Charles Albus a local druggist Coiand power to the eastern portion of the city Suits For Back TIeFrankfort Ky Arguments In the suits against tho Southern railroad for hack taxes amounting to nearly 250 000 on 50000000 beck assessment were male before Judge R L Stout and the case submitted r efrofueceeeoilWueuA u + euWe esw M I East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere sei 0NOcorrMpontinc p bUikt4 tupe II tn by tki wntn Tki Sa- mr ii ol Int nbllMtlcm kit ai u n4 ie af rwI faith Writ oUiiu c ioeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE Wo are authorized to announce j W Mulling of Egypt Ivy a can dldale for County Judge of Jackson County subject to the action of the Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candidate County sub for Assessor of Jackson ject to the action of the Republican party I MILiitED Mildred Sept 23 Fodder saving ID all the go hore James H Moore moving picture show save a free Sunday night It was enjoyed by about 700 people Mr Moore will go to Manchester Friday to exhibit hisi new show Mr and Mrs Jones went to East Bernstadt Sun day to seo their sick daughter Mrs APP Newman J O Morris went to East Bernstadt Thursday on business Messrs J J and Preston Dunigan went to Lee County Monday on busi ness Harvoy Moore went chlnqupln hunting Sunday and reports very good successJames Hamilton of McKee was here Sunday W F Jones at tended church at Pleasant Point Sunday Miss Lula Harris oC Madison County who has been visiting Miss Emma Jones returned home Sunday The Circuit Judge race seems to bo one sided In this of the coun try in favor of Mr LewisI Olin Sept 23 Willie and Charlie Medlock are hauling ties for It W Strong Foddering Is all the go now The corn crop Is very good In thisI part There will be a big Blooming Grove the first October by the Revs Pearl Hacker Abel Gabbard and othersJ F Hayes has sold his saw and grist mill to his brother Tom Mlsa Martha Morris of Mildred visited her brother Tom here last weekC N Stewart Is hauling lumber to build a new dwelling Stock Is lower In price than It has been for several years School at this place is progressing nicely with Roy E Rader as teacher Frank Moore Is wearing a smile that time will not wear off It Is a boy weighing lWt Ibs James Stid ham Is building a new barnGeorge Browning cut his foot very badly a few days ago while ties I MIIHIIK unKIMlddlefork Sept 25Mrs Letha Tussey of this place Is visiting friends at Evergreen Mrs Edna Tussey and Mrs Woo Angel are well pleated with their now sewing machines Miss Lovlna Wilson visited Ollle I Angel Thursday night Thoy had a bean stringing Robert Tuwey is building a fine dwelling house Mrs Edna Tutsey has ordered thlrtyilx flags for her school She Is planning to have a march and picnic the firstI Saturday In October Scott visited his sister Mrs Jennie Mar tin of Evergreen Saturday nlghtI Mr Cap Wilson has gone to Brodhead this week to get him a pnceRe becca Wilson vlcited her sister Mrs Janle Baker Friday nlghtMeBsrsI Harry Tussey and Jake Angel areI very litFlora Settle visited her cousin Sarah Faubus Saturday nlghtI Mr Joe Tuscey has bought two fine hounds of Mr Morgan Hlmes Miss Janie Angel while at the Cliff getting a bucket of water was attacked by a large wild cat but got away safely AfCOHN Alcorn Sept 28Dr L W Harri i son who has had typhoid fever for I some time Is Improving A H Williams who has been postmaster at this place over 22 years has resigned and recommended the appointment of Wm P Terry as his i successor Mrs H C Hughes who iias been an Invalid for several years Is very lowMr W B Perry Is now in charge of the business formerly conducted by A H Williams who is l olannlne to spend the winter in fort da with his family Mr A D Rose j purchased from Joseph Hlsel a young horse Messrs W L Harrison and C C Blanton of Berea with their wives paid a hurried visit last week to friends and relatives In this vici nity I SAND OAF Sand Gap Sept 27 People are l very busy saving fodder and making isproISand GapWe have now three stores In sight of each otherC 8 Durham is doing carpenter work for his father Matilda Durham is on the Oeteneoeoeoeoeoeoeoe0eneo sick list Maggie and Mollle Durham and Sudle Gabbard attended th Teachers Association at Birch Lick Saturday and report It wan a great successAlbert Isaacs has been paint- Ing for J It Durham Mrs Henry Jones of Berea Is visiting her parent at this place ROCNCASTLE COUNT- RuCKYl11hl Rockford Sept 2Corn cuttinG Is the occupation of the people now last nddillonslIIa Corn here Is very soodP31 Owen lb moving to James Lamberts tarn near Boone Hubert the little two year old son of I L Martin Is very sick and not expected to lleIIIIILT 1NT1 Dlsputanta Sept 28Rev C S Wilson filled his regular appointment at Macedonia Saturday and Sunday Sunday school at Clear Creek is pro gressing nicely with about forty pupils and with W A Rowlett as superln tendent Mr and Mrs Wesley Ab ney are happy over the arrival of a fine baby girlMr and Mrs Moses I Anglin of Big 11111 visited relatives and friends of this place Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Walker Croucher twin glrlalIlrs E J Rowlett who has been sick so long Is no better Misses Myrtle and Julia Rowlett visited her cousin Miss Lula Waddle of Madison County Saturday night and Sunday Mr L R Rowlett made a business trip to Berea Friday Miss Estella Swlnford Is visiting her grandparents Rev and Mrs L R Rowlett nnoNK Boone Sept 26Mr W M Smith if Clover Bottom was here on busi I ness on Monday Mss Hattie Poyn Ler attended the institute at Bred head last weekprayer meeting at Falrvlew shush every Wednesday alght The infant child of Mr and Mrs Charles Doyle died near Snyder witch Sunday last at the home ot Mrs Doyles slater Mrs Martha Lam- IertMr James Lambert made a juiiness trip to Berea Thursday Mrs Lizzie Younco Is planning to jointer husband Mr James Younce at Jorbln soon Mrs Younce has been I visIting her mother Mrs Mary Wren for some time Miss Susie Smith ot Jorea was la this vicinity one day his weekMr Geo Wren made a msineee trip to Scaffold Cane last weekHarry Woodall of Berea was I here on business this reekMr Sam McClure was elected Sabbath school superintendent last Sunday at Falrlow5everal of the people cf his vicinity are attending meeting at Macedonia churchMrs Mattie Coyle made a business trip to Berea one day last week Miss Nora Wren visited her Dais Lambert on today lestIClimax Sept 27 Saturday and day last were regular church days at the N H B church Services were onducled by the Revs Smith and hasteenJ Rector and J A Sexton have bought a boundary of cross- e timber enough to make 1000 cross ties He will work It this fall Mr Hardln Moore has taken charge Df the post office at Climax Mr W 11 Forsyth visited with John Wilson aU Berea last Sunday D G Rector I lade a business trip to Valley View Ky returning SaturdayMr Jim Rector and J A Sexton is full bro I Lber partner in the Odd Fellow Lode at GoochlandThere Is preaching at Climax chapel today at 11 oclock Services conducted by the Rev B hasteenMr Charley Forsyth will marry October 9th and D G Rector oc the 20thCharley Gadd has re turned from Hamilton Ohio and ought the hays Smith farm in the add Hollow ESTILL COUNTYFOX Fox Sept 28Mrs Laura Hall who 11113 been very low with typhoid fever Is Improving rapidly Dlllard Hall of Irvine Ky was visiting friends and relatives here lost week The- ev Wm Hall returned Saturday from a visit to Winchester Services conducted by the Rev Mr lahnson were held at Corinth near Iron soundNext Saturday and Sunday are regular meeting days at Bethel Rev Jas Howard of Valley View Is the preacher Mlas Mary Alexander Is malting her home with Mrs AnneI ickBoyd the little son of Click Is on the sick list nowO W owell is very busy electioneering among the boys nowF C Click is doing Quite a lot of fencing this fallI Miss Leoda Alexander was tho guest of Mrs Frank Pucket Saturday night Mrs Susie Powell visited Mrs Anno Click lost Tuesday Misrea Dellar and Bessie Curtis Harriet Stone Ethel Bone and Mr Ernest Rose attended preaching at Sand Hill Sunday Mrs Alice Alexander Visited Mrs Patsy Alexander last Wednesday Robbers held up a white man and n negro at Brick Spring near Mt Sterl lug on the Levy Pike recently They got about three or four dollars from the white man and n watch from the negro but gave the watch bad to tho negro because it was one the SaUyIHorn has gone to Irvine today Mr and Mrs Henry Hawkins of Iron Mound visited H B Hawkins and family Sunday rCIIIT nnANe Locust Branch Sept 28Dr Land attended the Medical Association held at Winchester last weekShermanI Land of Cow Creek was a few days last woekMr Crate Cates and Cynthlana Dlcknell who bav been visiting at this plnio for a few weeks returned to Illinois last week Mr S R Baker and wife of DIe Hill visited relatives at this place Sunday night and Monday One of tho most successful meetings ever hold at Beaver Pond church is being conducted by the Rev C A VanWlnkle of Berea There have been several additions to the church WA t3ER VETS Wagersvlllo Sept 28Mr Gentry Park who was stricken with paralysis last week U Improving Luther Park of Jacksonville Florida was called home last week on account of the Ill ness of ills fatherDr E E and Mss Lena Edwards visited the Doctors parents at College lull Saturday aid Sunday Mr and Mrs Jeff Wag AIKfriends here Sunday Mr Wool French is teaching a singing school at Wagcrsvllle Mltsesa Mary and Kale Wagers were the guests of Mrs Mil lard Scrivner In Irvine one day k1 t- wCikMr Jonfth Wagers and ronI Hume were at this place on business last week The Rev Mr McGuire rf Derea preached at Wagenvllle several nights last week OWSI SOY f IIMT- rsrllectxr Vincent Sept 25 Sorghum makings In full blait MM Unls Jonbof Heidelberg Is the guest of MIIs Nettle Botner MUs Ethel Planery of Boallyvllle Is the guakt of her grand parents Mr and Mrs W S Tread jvayMr W M Anderson of Conk Ino was the guest ot Mr Patrick Uayse Saturday and Sunday Mr md Mrs John Newman were the guests of W H Vonable Sunday lolo Veaable visited James Burns of Dolvanta Sunday Mr Harden Peters and son Emory pawed thu Vincent Thursday enroute to Ida lay on business Mr J C hotter wall in Heldelburg Wednesday en bUllne The corn crop thruoct wsloy County It shorter than hoi been known for years TUe schools of Owsley County are more prosperous and have a bitter attendance than for some time altIIsland City Sept 2iRUey and Nathan Burch have Joined States army and are now at Collmbls- lburacksMarrled at tho brides home Miss Roda Anderson to Joseph Peters Most everybody Is busy I making sorghum this week Tho etcher Association will meet at Walnut Grove Sept 26th Everybody I Invited Dinner on the grounds Rev Harvey Johnson filled his regular appointment at Oak Grove Saturday I light The Infant of John W Smith died Sept 19th Its remains were laid to rest In the Morris grave yard The service was conducted by the Modern Woodmen of America Several pupils are planning to attend Berea Collero as soon as free school closes to wltj Fred Peters Eva Chadwell Martha lhadwell Clayton Gentry Ferrah I Gentry and othersDr Mehaffey of I Sturgeon has declared himself a can Idale for County Judge along the line with Judge John F Brewer Isaac Price Silas Fields and others James D Hall of Lexington is at his stave illl this weekIJ W Brlggs and J C Gentry left yesterday for Barbour vllleJ C Gentry has Just finished enlarging his store houseT L St John has sold his entire crop and household furniture and has gone to- Lee County Virginia O J Gentry hIlS purchased a fine possum dog and Is ready for hunting CLAY COUNTYS- EXTONS CREEK Sextons Creek Sept 25Tom Peters of Dora Ky died last Tuesday HIs remains were laid to rest In tho old burying ground at Nat Hunters This neighborhood is having a series of fodder pulllngs thlc wcek Tho Rev Mr Johnson preached atI the Clark cchool house Sunday even- Ing to quite a largo crowt H C I Faulkner addressed the citizens f a Creek last Friday evening In Mile Interest of his nomination for Circuit Judge of this district Johl W Smiths little child dial Saturday whh sore throat George Fields and wife of Knox County have been wish ling friends and relatives hero for the post week Wm Lewis Common wealths Attorney for this Judlca district spoke to the citizens of thisI place Itt the Interest of his nomination for Circuit Judge Bill Eaylo and wife ot Bllltown Owsley Count paid W N Burch a visit Saturda and Sunday LAUREL COUNTY 1IONIIAM- Bonhara Sept2iWe are havlni good weather at present Miss Cyn thlana Reed has returned from Jack son and Clay Counties where she has been visiting for a few days Mr William Johnson who has been tM so long Is Improving Frank lIcks who got his leg cut with a mowing machine Is out again Miss Pearl Reed was tho guest of Mr E Den ham Tuesday Mr E Denham Is planning to go to Jackson Count Monday on business PERRY COUNTY II t 77lUt- Hazard Sept 2iDorn to Mr and Mrs L T Brashear a boy To Mr and Mrs R L Cornell a girl To Mr and Mrs P T Wheeler a boy Plenty of smiles In this vicinity M C Eversolr o B Branson and B D Grigsby are at Mt Sterling this week with a drove of sheep and cattle J P Combs logman of Jeff Ky passed thru hero Wednesday cnroule to Lots Creek to brand logs The daughter of Rev A S Petrey an son of Lee Daniel are recovering frctr an attack of typhoid feverII C Ingram Sunday school man announce that his contract with the American Sunday school Union having expired he will quit Sunday school workW i C Eversole Ira Fields and Robert Blair candidates for Commonwealths Attorney ot the 33rd Judlcal district spoke here yeaterday Our tint County fair was held at Buckhorn last Saturday Quite a large crowd was In attendance and the fair was pro nounced a success by nil There will be Teachers Association meeting at Grapevine tomorrow Many persons have already gone from here and many mote are going Tho A J linger Brick Co has completed tho burning of a large kiln of brick Jim Cornett left Tuesday for Dlxlt OWo whore he has a Job teaching school THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK lOoftth d fro 5r peel certain Republican leaders had Intercourse with the big trust which certainly looks suspicious Finally the last Republican Congress oallrely ailed to produce any of the needed laws which were before it and fought he wise recommendations of Rooeo velt which the patty is using as its main strength In the eampalvn Altogether It can fairly bo charged a alnut the party that while a part of it Is in favor of the Roosevelt rt Corms and is backing Taft honestly he other part Including some strong leaders hopes that Taft when elect ell will be able lo do nothing and that the game of graft will go on hllljandgo the other way from now on Dry an always runs best at first and his rguments sound good till one has time to think them over and see how little they really mean Tho sober econd thought of the people will egln to get to work and the Demo ratio gains will fall off I Tho first answer that will be heard will probably be to tho charge that the Republican leaders are In the employ of tho trusts They are Homo of them Foraker Isand has been driven out of the Republican campaign Democrats claim this means that Taft is going to loso Ohio but Forakera strength there is now cry small and tho colored lack where It belongs But howI bout the Democrats It was who made the charge against and at the same time he made similar barges against Gov Haskell ono of 3ryans campaign managers Tho residents reply to Bryans tele gram about Haakell brought oa was to be expected convincing proof and Iryan had no recourse but to drop him This was a hard blow to Mr Iryan first because Haakell Is Bry mB Intimate friend and advl er white Foraker has been Tarts en secIondforaker was Instantly dropped and third because it has been made plain hat but for the Presidents action a man closely but securely indentl tied with the worst trust In the THE MODERN NEWSPAPER There will begin In The CItizen next week n series of articles deal lug with tho modern nawnpupur and itn value to tho community and to itulividunlreaders The nounpHper HH we find it lodny is one of the most important of the 8iiftKimrdn of the nations liberty and one of the greatest IUllt for the upbiiildiug of the community As is nlwuya thin case with negood thing there urn many bime imitations papers which instead of nerving the community serve nomo political boss or business thief wolves iu cheeps clotting which mislead the people with false uetvH and false argument ash which srrve to tear down rather than to build up Often these pa pen ere so cleverly disguised that their readers fnil to recognize the danger and are misled The object of this series of articles is not to got subscribers for Tho Citizen tho wo ere always glad to get all wo eau but to lay be fore our readers the principles w lilcli should govern them in the choice of the newspapers they take to help them to ovoid Midi dangerous papers and above nil to show them how important it is for them to take at least out paper We feel that Tho Citizen is tho best paper possible for a large number of people and should ho glad to convince each reader that he is our of those who needs it but first of nil wo wish to convince each that he should take a paper any nay and then wo wish to show him what his nerds are We shill leave it to each sue whet her or not The Citizen meets those needs bent So watch for the articles beginning next week Each one will bo complete in itself and ouch ono will be worth rending THE FAULKNERLEWIS RACE Continued from fret page There is one other argument of Mr Lewiss That Mr Faulkner line not n pleasant manner that he is stern and severe that he dots not often smile and studies or works in his room at night instead of sitting around with the boys and that ho lectures convicts instead of sympathizing with them These things wo will admit Do they make him a bad judge f And where does this leave nsT It is just this that Mr Lewis dOts not like Mr Faulkner nor Mr Faulkners methods tho ho ad mils that they have nccomplishod good and ho wants Mr Faulkners place Does this entitle him to itf We think not Having failed to prove Judge Faulkner unworthy wo must now turn to see wlmt Mr Lewis is If he is as good a man an Mr Faulkner still he is entitled to the place by tho ierms of this argument Hut is hof He is younger he lies less experience as n lawyer and no experience a+ a judge he is less well road and educated and at thu tune the two men withdrew from general practice to lake up the offices he was fur from having Judge Faulkners reputation Also as will IH shown in another article he is for this race the candidate of the lawless element in tbe district and they will feel that his vie tory gives them license to break tit law This may not bo his faint but he admits that it is so With all theso things wo cannot sio how any one can consider Mr Lewis entitled to take Mr Faulkners plarn away from him His argument really admits Faulknern great ability old tile great good he has duos and he has nut shown one single reason wily Mr Faulkner should stop down or why he Mr Lewis shoulder could do better in the place Mr Lewis is n good man he would make n pretty good judgo hut he would not IMI as good as Mr Faulkner and his election would ht this time expose the district to all forms of lawlessness THE Ctr izrN hopes to have soon a chance to supx rt him for some other office or to be able to support him for this place for tho next following term but for this election it cannot escape the eon- rietion that the lutort8l of the people nail of honesty nndof justice would suffer If ho should Iwchowin over Mr Faulkner Other IIldof tho question will he Incused In articles to follow world would have remained In a powerful place In tho Democratic party a case whore tho Republicans Have reformed the Democrat Sim ilar ohargos against Sen Bailey of Texas have never bees answered and Balloy Is still under a cloud Guf fey a well known Standard 011 man IB Mill In high honor In the Democrat- Ic party and so on And last of all Hearst U charging that the SlindltoJ 011 Ii now supporting Bryan and says he will prove It before the and of the campaign Moreover lie nays DryaD was mighty glad to get the Standard OH support and that ht can prove that too Mr Haaralt word le not very good and lie hM been suspected of selfish motives In this campaign but he hat never yet been caught in a lie and there are hundred of thousands of voters who will believe what he says Any way hU word Is as good on one side as on the otherThe second question that will be taken up and It Ic already beginning to show weight is that of Ute attitude of labor It la Impossible for a fair man to deny that labor has often been unjustly treated by the courts in injunctions The easiest way to stop thIs some labor leaders argued would bo to stop tho use of injunctions and the Democrat party put In a plank favoring this But it can easily bo shown that this method of cure Is worse than the disease that there la no such short cut to Justice and that the law asked for would only bring on Injustice of an other kind without helping the labor ers Labor la already beginning to Boo this and drop away front Bryan Tbo trust question Is thb real ono of the campaign and there tho alll ludo of the two parties Is entirely dif ferent Tho Republicans do not wish to damage the trusts moro than Is necessary Ihey want to prevent them from hurting other people and et thorn go on doing their work Bryan wants to break them upto destroy the undoubted good they do along with the harm Mr Bryans position is about tho same it was on the free Oliver question and the answer of tho people can be expected to bo about tho sameAs to Tafto chances of carrying out time pledges in the platform There la no doubt about tho wldo split In tho Republican ranks There is a large element In favor of allowing things to go along In the camo old way with all the old evils and they are toady to nuke a fight Only they Itar r lose imtm More and they will tre agata The party acts M n whole suit tine majority inside tbe petty dwtdM whet It aha11 d- oTh majority ta with Itowovolt and Taft and will wntr l Uw action In the next Ooagrsr On LH otlur luau it U dear that nryu CUM do nothing IU la trying to task people believe that ho will do certain things If be Is oltoted white he knows time Ute senate will be Republican for the next tots years and that ho cannot oarry Ml a single lrtw of UM legtatatten ho Is advoou IHC He Ia even whig further than that Ho declares that Mr Taft ti all right but he MR do nothing bo OMMo of the opposition to him In tho Repuliltam party As this becomes dear to Ute people ho will again lose votes Another thing that la hurting Bryan U tho question which la rising In peoples minds about his cabinet It to well known that Iho ablest Demo crats are not In sympathy with bin views and people are asking whom ho could appoint to manage the great departments of tho government who would be able to do tho work well That question has not been answered aeither Lastly while tree silver la not an wellIweek says that ho Is still in favor of free sliver It the conditions of 1896 are repeated It Is bad enough to mako a mistake but worse to stick to 1t Altogether while It Is never safe to mako a political forecast especially from ono corner of tho world The Citizen cannot see that the Republican ticket Is In danger Congress la there is likely to be a storm of wrath against that body which will put it In I control of tho Democrats but tho national ticket seems pretty sate Bryan will get weaker from now on and Taft stronger and the latter is pretty sura to have a big popular and electorlal majority Without making wild and unfounded claims for doubt ful states that aro admitted by Im partial observers to be safely Repub lican the Democrats can figure no forecast of victory anyway I Mamma Margie I told you not to cat your candy till after dnner I MargieIm not eating it mamma Im only sucking the Juice 4