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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ilLS I HENT 5 r Fie E I3EREA YtiA a oi eeoeYtes9 0 BEREA PUBLISHING CO i1uicunluRAT U I o Manages S 0 0 Bawtd41 htlwtularenlNwmKriairad 0rtaumaUiniiUtr 08000000000000 p Vol Five cents a MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 8 1908 One Dollar a year No 16 NEWS OF THE WEEK I Danger of War In the Far EastFir Dugs Kill Elevon In Now York Flood Kills 50000 There Is n great danger of a gener usual key but In this case It Is Turkeys virtue and tho dishonesty and wicked ness of another great power that has caused tho danger Turkey has for years been called Tho sick moan of Europe Tho Sul tan has been losing control over hla people and his government has grown weaker and weaker Hie empire Is made up of all kinds of people and there aro in It several little countries whoso peoplo differ in race and religion too from tho Turks These countries havo wished for hundreds of yeas to bocomo Independent and some 01 them have done so as tho Turkish government becamo weaker They have been helped somewhat by Russia and there havo been several tremen dour wars Involving almost all Eu rope Austria a near neighbor ol Turkey has also gained from tho Baltana weakness and has taken control of two small countries Bos nia and Herzogovlna tho she has not annexed them After tho lost greet war all tho chief countries of Europe to prevent another struggle signed a treaty agreeing to leave everything as It was not to try to break the Turkish Empire up The small pro vlnccs and Austria and Russia counted on Its getting so weak It would break up of itself But a few weeks ago Turkoy be gas to get stronger Tho Sultan grant ed a constitution and tho peoplo be gan to take an Interest In tho govern wont It tho change should bo MICe cessful Turkoy would become strong enough so that she would govern the little countries letter than that can govern themselves probably and then would bo no excuse for Austria and Russia to seizing any more territory So these two big countries and the polltlcans in tho little ones that would get good jobe do not wnnt good government to sneered In Tur key And It would bo halt a dozen times u hard to mako It succeed II tho Sultan hoe outside troubles So a few days ago the Irlnco ol Bulgaria ono of tho small countries announced that ho had become in dependent and was a Czar Then Austria put herself on his side by declaring she was going to annex tho two province mentioned above Of course both of those notions aro bad nlthIn rotation of the solemn treaty and Intended to prevent good government In Turkey and are likely to bring on a general war with all tho nations that hope to gotBllwa of Turkey on one side and nil the rest on the other The nelsons are working to prevent such a war but there Is a suaplelon thAt Germany wants to fight and will help Austria prevent an ngroemont If there Ja a war it will probably leone of the worst in the history of tho world KIRK DUOS AT WORKPlr hugs mused eleven loathe twelve or moro dorloiiB Injuries In one fire In New York City A tenement house 6occupllll by eight Italian fatnllloflwna fired Thoro wore fiftyone persons In tho building when tho tiro was dim coveredATLANTIC ILHBT AT MAN1LA Tho sixteen Amorlenn Imttlaahlp of tho Atlantic fleet under Admiral Sperry wero received with groat enthusiasm at Manila mat week Be mime of cholera on tho island re strictions wero placed on shoro leave A few days after the arrival of tho fleet a hurricane swept Manila Bay for twelve hours and did much dam ago ashore Tho fleet however out rode the storm INDIA FLOOD KILLS 6t100Dit- is outlmated that 10000 persons most of wjiom wore women and children lost their lives In a flood which swept Hyderabad India last weelln this district about the town there are many laUea the largest of which communicates with the river Musi The lake swelled by heavy rains overflowed into tho river which in turn burnt its banks and let a flood of water alxty feet high sweep down upon the city The region is now in ruins and It Is feared that because of the decomposition of tho many dead bodies a plague will follow DIAMOND THEFT A diamond Importer In New York City has dls Continued on Fifth PaIt THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People copyBEREA greaterMian TAfT GAiNING Republican Campaign Waking Up and Brynnitrs on the RunT st Prosecution jIsrd for Thorn to An swer Candidate Is West Last week Tho Citizen said that the Republican campaign was at low ebb At that tlmo there was a good deal of darkness in tho prospects and thin was little to disprove tho Democratic claims Dut that Is all over now the Republican campaign line started up with a whoop tho voters aro flocking enthusiastically to tho standard and thero is hardly a doubt In any ones mind that Taft will win easily and handsomely I Tho first great influence In this direction has been the disgrace of Hafkcll which Is discussed at more length In another column Ills close connection with Bryan and tho tatters standing by him after tho whole world was convinced of his guilt has hurt the Democratic nom Ineo badly Then too attention has been called to the fact that In his Eastern trip Bryan was In close com munication with Murphy McCArren Mack Connors and a score of other notorious corporation agents In New York and other clUes This does not I seem to fit well with tho attacks he la making on the corporations Tho second great Influence has been tho beginning of tho Taft camp aign Republican speakers havo start ed out all over the country and from now on UII election almost all the prominent Republicans will be on the stump most of tho time Tho ora term have found an instant and enthusiastic response and there la every prospect that this response will grow larger every day Mr Tufts own campaign has ben most successful and has brokqn up trio reports about tho apathy In the Middle West He has been thru all- i tho states whore Bryan has trade his bluRMt claims and onoh one has been to Jllm not only by the jltetlllbUeBn lenders but by the hun lhll1I of cheering voter In the monster mrotingR he has addressed He has shown himself a better a ooker than was oxpeeted and every speech has made votes while his jovial smile and universal friendliness hays made hundreds of I new friends As a result of these things there has loon such a growth of Taft senti ment as has surprised oven tho Rep ublican managers livery visitor from tho Weal In New York brings word of a tidal wave fur Taft which swells dully It to evident that the Ameri can people In spite of the lack of fireworks In the campaign are wide awake and are thinking quietly sanely and steadily That is all the Rep l ubllonn party needs and that means that Taft will win BuslnrTenu- nderstand this and business IB improving ovary where with the grow I lag confidence that Taft is wife It Is now likely that Taft will carry Oklahoma The exposure of Haekell and the split In the Deinoomtla party there eniHNd by his methods Is likely to make the StaID Republican India I im hM bem proved to Ire Republican Iin spit of the Democratic claims and fRat there U hardly a rJ of Hopis anywhere fur Bryan Ono ploto of campaign Information which ham boon turned out for what over the benefit the Democrats am get out of it is that during tho admin istration of Pros Roosevelt there has been begun 228 suits under tho anti trust laws Of these 72 hu txten won 40 have boen lost and IK are pending Fines havo been imposed amounting to = 1260325 Under pro vious Democratic administrations thoro have been begun only CO suoh suits of which 14 were won 35 wero lost and one Is ponding Tho fines amounted to 10000 Tho Department Is perfectly willing to give Mr Bryan any moro facts ho asks for A notable feature of this camp aign has been tho lack of funds in tho Republican National Committee Cor porations are barred out as are all men who expect any thing personally from tho election of Taft Time peo plo have got so In tho habit of letting the rich men run their politics that they aro slow about giving anti as a result thero ic very llttlo cash It Is probably that there will be less them halt ha much this year as In tho Rooccyelt campaign and tho amount then was loss than half what was used to elect McKlnloy tho second time Thoro is not enough for print ling and speakers let atone tho cor ruption fund the Democrats afro so fond of talking about SELLING OUT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE For three weeks the co nutty hoe been ringing with charges and countercharge between the big political parties that each IB con trolled by the trusts Ileiirst list proved that Foruker on one side and Huskell und McLaurin on the other have to put it mildly had questionable dealings with the Standard Oil Coiapauy There is reason to believe end moht of the American people do believe that thefte men have taken money from the trust for reasons different from the ones given and that really they have been bought by that trust anti huve used their power for its interests and against the inter est s of the people The men who have been caught have been dropped by the managers of thu political parties and there has boon a howl of righteous wrath from all sides Each party is greatly shocked at the other mid the people art + very much shocked at both and the god citizen is shucked at the corrupt condition of our modern polities in which ho takes an little part as possible The public turns in wrath on these men and not a voice is rallied to defend them There cannot be a defence for a man who will sell his fellowcountrymen to a trust is as much a traitor as one who will sell them to n foreign enemy Their crime needs only to be named to be abhorred and they become outcasts among men And yet with all this miss Wlf have dune nothing to stop the corruption and we have not oven cleaned up the mess we have on hand We have only wiped up n few drops that tiara leaked Every men knows that there are hundreds of politicians in both parties still in power who are moro guilty than the convicted men Some of the men who have been making the loudest noise over this are tarred with the same stick and we know it and yet we do not brand them as hypocrites And worse yet many of us are supporting wen whom we know are in the same mess only they have not been caught with the goods Why is all this One reason perhaps is in our worship of success We ore in the hubit of praising and ruwardiuglIuccca8 and wo do not look any too carefully to the way it was won A man who has not been caught is still successful and we stand by him Also wo are a little afraid of him maybe and xve have our own interests to look after But after nil Sen McLauriu has hit the real reason iu his excuse fur taking the money Ho says If political campaigns are to be run without money and political progress is to be achieved without expenditure it is high time that both political parties bo appraised of time arrival of the Utopian era but until that period has arrived I see no reason why I should refuse to seek or decline to accept the sup port whether financial or personal of which I stood in need In other words he had to have the money to make his campaign H is so with hundreds of other politiciansthey want the office it takes money to get it mid unless they are rich men they have to sell out or quit And why do campaigns COt so much money We go backan other step and find the bribe tnker the voter that hRs to be paid for going to the polls or the corrupt little politician that has to be paid for working and wants a chance to handle the whiskey There wo are There are men of that kind in almost every com munity and even the good citizens stand for them and for corrup tion on the ground that it is necessary in politics It nay be neces nary to win but we have hero an object lessen of how to be beaten when wo win With honest campaigns those tuna would hmo hadno reason for selling outif the good citizens had stood firm against bribery there would have been honest campaigns Those men won their elections they were strong party workers and old war horses and when they got the office not by the gift of the people as we are so fond of saying lint by paying hard cash when they go that office they sold us nil out party voters people and oil And that is what nay he expected to happen every time when the voters of a district are corrupt enough to let money decide the electioul All citizens ought to eceJhU clearlyenough so that when they learn that n nun of their party is using money they will know that he has stopped being n Republican or a Democrat and has be come a HpoilHiniui a thief an enemy of his own putty and all time people nod they will turn against that man at once His victory will cost far more than it will bo worth to every voter iu the country And some time when ho is caught with the goods he can fairly point to every man who took his money or handled it or stayed with him and shared in his success and he can truthfully sayYou had your share You sold out too and you sold out cheaper Think of this instead of laughing when you hear that some follow is going to spend so many hundreds or thousands to carry your aunty Just ask where he got the money and remember limit if it is tint tainted when it reaches him it will surely bo by the time it gets into your precinct Tho fight about publishing the names of all who contribute to the campaign fund still goes merrily on Mr Bryan has challenged Mr Taft to print those names before election Mr Roosevelt and Mr Taft both answered this by saying that it tile names were printed before election thejo would be danger that some people would blame some of tho contributors I for improper motives In their gifts when thoy wore ac a mutter of fact perfectly honest and thus there would bo unjust prejudice caused Our own opinion Is that the peoplo can safely be trusted with all the Information before tho election and that Mr Bry i ants demand while not Important could bo safely complied with but Mr Taft and Mr Roosevelt are known to bo thoroly honest and as thoy are tho peoplo most Incrtcsted they aro entitled to their opinion Certainly no ono believes that thoro Is any Impro per motive for It One more incident of time campaign has been tho proof that Mr Kern tho Democratic candidate for vlcopresl dent has been both professionally and unofficIally a defender of Tom Tag garts gambling resorts in Indiana It Is bad enough to have a professional gambler hold so Important a place In I the Democratic campaign but to find that time candidate for vicepresident has been nn employee of that gamb her Is really shocking mornlInglandlady ns she encountered Mr Warbles in tho mall Dont you know its unlucky to sing before breakfast Perhaps It In replied Mr Warbles hut somehow I never feel like singing after breakfast Chicago row IN OUR OWN STATE Drouth Damage GreatNight Riders Kill Negro and Innocent Family Missing Student Not Found IdeaIwhich has prevailed In Kentucky for tho past alx weoko or moro can be obtained froic the monthly report of crop conditions made from the State Department of Agriculture by Com missioner M C Rankin The weather during September was hot and very dry during the whole month follow ing the hot and dry weather of August Tho early corn that matured before tho drought Is of very good quality but late corn has been severe ly damaged Tobacco has been cut and housed but hac suffered from tho drouth In several parts of the State Hemp is being cut but Is rather poor Very little wheat has been sown the farmers not wanting to prepare the ground sow the wheat and let It rot or dry up Water Is exceedingly scarce In many parts of the state it has not rained since tho first part Of AU U3t Tile percentage condition of the various crops aa compared with their condition at this tlmo last year is as follows 78 rye C4 hump 82 Burley ICorn 81 per coat cut 48 per cent dark tobacco CO per cent cut 65 per cent sown grasses 62 clover 62 alfalfa 63 potatoes 77 cattle 91 fcbeOp 90 hogs DO horses 93 mules Continued on Fifth Pngr1 r s e Growing Rapt iIdly Your Business 0 no Professional burglars make it their business to know when I farmers and get any considerable sum of money and what fit Ithey do with it To keep the money you get from your crops or any source is to invite a visit from them Sometimes it puts too I strong a temptation in the way of transient help Dont take chances Put your money this strong bank as soon as received If on checking acc unt it can be with drawn instantly or can be paid out by checkand 1 a you can mail your check if desired CO THE BANK S Stock 5000000 1 J W STEPHENS Cashier o BIG SPEAKER The Hon Seth Low one of Americas Foremost Mbn to Speak in Berea Saturday Nignt Ono of the biggest speakers who has ever been In this part of the country will speak In the Bcrea Col lege Chapel Saturday night at 730 He Is tbo Hon Soth Low for four years mayor of New York City leading champion of all reform move ments for eleven years president of Columbia University a personal friend of Theodore Roosevelt American del egate to the Worlds Peace Congress and In many other ways one of the living Americans He had been sent by time National Republican Committee to make a single speech in Kentucky at Richmond but by tho efforts of Pres Frost thru Con gressman Edwards he has been in duced to come to Berea for a second speech At those two towns will be the only opportunlcs that Kentucklans will have this year of this great man Mr Low will be brought from Rich thoI vThe Citizen is Let jKeep Pace With It By Adver p = o tising 2 fI SAFETYt FOR YOUR t MONEY f others 4 others in a conveniently BEREA BANK TRUST COMPLETE ICapital greatest hearing entertained by Pres Frost and will be accompanied by Judge A R Dur nam and probably by other leading Kentucky Republicans His address will be as well worth hearing as that of any man who has ever spoken in Berea and that Is saying much While he is not a spreadeagle orator and does not talk with a motion as If ho were chopping wood every word la of weight and Worthy to be remem bered and he has the faculty of presenting his arguments in a wonder fully strong and convincing way Ever one In reach of town man or wo man or child of every political belief should tako this opportunity of hearing so great a man There will be other speakers dur ing the evening Judge Burnam and Pres Frost will mako brief addresses and Wright Kelly will welcome the distinguished guest to our town The College Brass Band will give several selections Altogether the evening will be the most notable of the camp alga as far aa Berea is concerned and every one who can and will wanb to be there Fortunately the moon will bo full that night so that it will be easy for those from outside to get In and tho chapel will probably be crowded to the utmost Como early It you want good seats RE SOLVED THAT NICE HOSIERY is A THING OF BEAUTY ANNA JOY FOREVER HOSE ARE A- NECESSITY You ANT GET GOOD HOSE AT OME STORES Fow ANY PRICE YOU CAN GET GOOD HOSE AT SOME STORES Fog ANY PRICE BUSTER BR orr MARVJAMtJP aSfflBB- JTJQCKIN I P or CerrftlCMt nn YTm BuiTto efevrtc CMICACO r BUsTER Is WRONG riE Is USUALLY RIGHTII BUT THIs TIME HE Is WRONG soME MAY BE A THING OF BEAUTY AND WHILE ITrMAY BE A JOY IT Is NOT ALWAYS JOY FOREVER NO PIECE OF A WoMANs AND I ESPECIALLY OF A CHILDS APPAREL EN I DUREs THE STRAIN THAT HoSE MUST WE IHAVE HOSE THAT WE CoN RECOMMENDN COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More I f 4 11D w6AnR5oJII- LlJsrRIlTED IKLL 81 D Mevill I rn In the slot 1 and insured That the latest In the ancient art ot betting between corporation and In dlvlduul In of the countrys large railroad depots you will find the Insurance ma chines By placing coins therein tho Insurance company gives you long odds that you will not bo killed before tho end of your Journey You wager that you will bo killed and of course you ihopo the company wins but at the same time you figure that your win wings in case you succumb may help out your wife and babies to tide over tho struggle that all widows must face fELL opHEBOB rN4N- ils Off lnil IVVCE11 lIICER hIfELLorDcS- O4fOLNCLLME C F- TfJIORRlf wTh1FR 1You can Insure anything against destruction injury in Yany whatsoever Deforo you speak tho com pany has accepted tho proposi tion to which you are about to give voice and the acceptance encom passes every thing except ROP a nickel get is many or form of course the rate to bo charged That Is a rather broad statement There Is Just ono exception in the list of things insurable That Istho dlrectolro gown But there aro eo many insurable things that tho JYcnch creation Is hardly missed Heros a few of tho things on whoso destruc tion or safety you may wager at long odds with Insurance companies Lives homes births deaths marriage do mestic animals livestock barns crops circuses tho success of business vessels any sort of conveyance against Injuries beauty a suit of clothes any wearing apparel Jewelry false hair teeth health athletic prowess theatrical productlono Ideas of all kinds airships bank accounts stocks bonds success In tho forma tion of social organizations elections of alt kinds fluctuations of the stock market race courses Important messages exploring expe ditions mining enterprises rain snow beat cold eyesight bodily strength sanity etc etc otc I could keep up that string of things In aurable all day long for in Lloyds great Insur ance directory In England there aro dozens of gigantic ledgers which list the articles and human beings upon which that company and other concerns are wont to bet In relation to their destruction or safetIAnd out of these Insurance propositions grow a dozen side lines to each plan For instance taking crops its an example You can insure your wheat corn oats barley flax beet sugar flutter egga or cheeso against destruction by tire by cyclones by excessive heat excessive cold by robbers or by accident The eamo with your life You may provide yourself with Insurance against Injury on trains If you area sailor against drowning If you ore a rail road fireman against wrecks if n miner against being entombed and so forth until tho entire list has been exhausted Dut the sheath dlrectotro gown wont insure The why and wherefore of this Is because Jnnurancn cliques believe that this article of wear Is destined to become decidedly unpop ular in the United States In Parts this might tIC given consideration but in America the populace is given credit for a large stock of feminine modesty Duly recently this test was made in New York Lloyds received an application for a 110000 ppllcy on u consignment of sheath IfwnH inn larlll which were bought by a big 7i Tc5tPf81F7pry LLOYLJ New York department store which seeing a boom In this article scooped Its contempor aries by securing an early supply Tho merchants who secured tho goods felt rather skeptical themselves as to whether the latest Parisian costume would hold the Gotham womens attention Aa a consequence a New York broker was Instructed to secure an Inv surance policy upon the sale of tho gowns In fact to Insure tho popularity of the costume in America To the surprise of tho broker merchants and Now Yorkers tho proposition was turned down lat Applications to other companies who were wont to bet upon almost anything which seemed u good risk also proved In vain and the New York merchant went to work by In ncrtlng advertisements in the newspapers through which method ho hoped to overcome tho refusal of Insurance This was the first instance of its kind ever recorded experts declare In which Lloyds havo turned down tho proposition of Issuing a policy It probably was caused by tho airy persiflage hurled by tho male Americans who save the sheath gown tho loud hawhaw when it appeared No business In the history of tho world has spread out as the insurance game has it encompasses everything One Insurance man who rates himself quite a wag asked another whether Lloyds would insure an Iceberg from melting Why yes tho latter answered If youd tow It down to Picadilly lane where It could bo watched by Lloyds However tho sort of Insurance about which tho average American knows most Is lifo Insurance and this Industry alone has reached such a stage of development that there Is lit tlo unexplored territory for It to enter There are life Insurance agents everywhere Statistics say that for every hundred men of tho big cities there is ono and sometimes two lire inv suranco agents So tho reader can easily dis cern that there Is plenty of opportunity to pro vido his or her family with financial protection after death Slnco the companies were brought to time L4 J 2zDYD CLEMTLE 7VffOtfCtf6 TltELPlIlXJNtYFICE TilE CIIEfR LiV IN 8crrYC rrP fcvI2 111fL PlE IlTIIIIlIORTH6fll by tho recently on noted Insurance laws which fol lowed the famous Now York Investigationnearly concern which lived through that scathing In quiry are up to scratch re garding legal requirements Nearly every rap to date American possesses Insurance upon his life It it Is not 1000 It may be GOO or J100 but among the richest citizens of tho country there are seven men who carry 1000000 or more upon their lives Rodman Wanaroakcr of Philadelphia a merchant prince la Insured to the amount of 4000000 Ho Is the most heavily insured man In tho world for there is not a person even among the monarchs of the old hemisphere who can lay claim to In surance equivalent to onehalf that amount Two men in the United States carry 1500 000 upon their lives and there aro four whoso death would net their families 1000000 enough to support several generations of fam Idles Among New Yorkers Financier James It Colgate carries more insurance than any of his neighbors in Gotham his policies which number nearly a score aggregating 1600000 However that sleepy old Quaker city Philadelphia shows the world a thing or two In providing for its kin after the death of the wage earner The millionaires and multi mil lIonalres of that city in proportion to their number have acquired far ntoro life Insurance than those of any other rlty In America and probably In the world Tho Insurance Press an organ which has devoted itself this year to the gathering of n great volume of statistics on tho subject has presented a mass of Information on the subject They all teem with tho dollar sign and show just how much money theta Is In tho coffers of tho countrys rich The statis tics touch only the high spots In a general re sume but they show the relations between Americas great cities and give a line on the general ralnyday provisions which are taken by men of nationwide fame A synopsis of the report follows Ono hundred and elghtyfour residents of Philadelphia aro Insured for 33000000 while New York with four times as many mllllon sires has 491 reildonts insured for 67000000 Chicago has 185 millionaires insured for 24 000000 There arc 5139 men in the United States Insured for 50000 or morn tbo total of their policies aggregating 510967000 Thero are seven Insured for an oven million each four Insured for 800000 to 900000 ten for 700000 and 29 for 100000 to COOOOO There aro 1138 men who carry from 100000 to IAO 000 each and 271 who are Insured for 200000 to 300000 each Of the seven men who aro insured for U 000000 one lives In Georgia ono In llllnoln one in Louisiana two In Now York ono In Pennsylvania and ono In Wisconsin New York city has 15 men who are insured for from 100000 to tlnooOOO Philadelphia has 14 insured for from 100000 to 4000000 Chicago has five Insured for from 400000 to 1000000 Plttsburg has five Insured for from 400000 to 1055000 Baltimore has ten In cured for from 300000 to 600000 Buffalo has six Insured for front 200000 to 800000 8t Louis has 11 Insured for from 200000 to 600 000 Detroit has eight Insured for from 200001 to 500000 San Francisco has five in that class Cincinnati has 17 Cleveland six and Boston 16 with two more whoso policies run up to 600000 each Milwaukee has 16 who auto insured for from 200000 to 1000000 Minneapolis five with policies ranging from 200000 to 1800000 and Rochester six who are Injured for from 200 000 to 500000 There aro lots of selfish persons who say Well whats tho uso of mo getting insured After Im dead tho money derived cannot be of any moro use to me Therefore please tell me why I should expend any of these bard earned dollars for the sake of leaving a bone of contention to ho fought over by my rela tires Partly for tho man who Is likely to make that statement and partly for tho Individual who would provide himself against tho Infirmi ties of old age great Insurance companies have devised policies whereby tho party Inv cured may come Into his endowment when It is most needed Tho endowment policy is the ono which Is perhaps more popular among young men of tho ago than any which has yet been put upon the market This allows the payment of a yearly premium Into tho companys cotters anti at tho end of 10 20 30 40 or 50 years tho entire amount for which tho policy holder was Inv sured Is turned over to him or her The rate of insurance varies with tho length of time Tho longer tho period between tho payment of tho first premium and the final endowment the less the rate other things being equal Just recently Insurance companies Introduced another sort of proposition which Is Just the reverse of that of Insuring ones life r Davids Kindness to Jonathans Son Sunday School Lutes for Oct 18 1908 SptcUllr Arranged for This Paper IKHftON TKXTJ Samuel 9 Memory verse 7- GOUOKN TKXTAnd be ye kind le- one mrotlMT tftnderheurtfd forgiving one anotherKoh LJ- STIMKNot fur froth the middle of David reign about tlm time of the cloon of nil warn Irof Willis J llocchcr thinks that It was robs quent to Dnrldii KrwU sin and was probably ono of the eartlMt of the frulti of hla repentance IIACKInvlil was at Jerusalem 1- 1IhlhohfoUI llvdl nest Muhunalm where Hems ion I liboshth by the nlil of his general Abntr had undertaken to tinlil the kingdom during Davids reign al lln brow It was runt of the Jordan about half way btMl1 the Bead lien and the Htu of Ualllvc Comment and Suggestive Thought Davids Mind IloverUt to Forgotten Duties Overlooked In tho great pros sure of the duties of defending and or gaming his kingdom and building them up Into material and religious prosperity lavld had rondo a league of friend ship with Jonathan Sauls son which was to extend to tholr children All the affection thin prince hind lavished upon David now came back In full tide to prompt him to express his apprecia tion of It by kind deeds to somo of tho family lie hall also loved Saul himself As far aa Saul was concerned sit was A noble example of doing good tone mIlll according to tho precept of Prov 2531 82 nnd Horn 121921 Neal had several times tried to kill rand he hued driven him into exile and hunted him from place to place Thero was a long black chapter of wrongs In tho pat He rinds Mophlboahclh Son of Jonathan Zlba an officer of till house of Saul reported to David that a son of Jonathan was living lu tho home of Machlr In Inlobar n plaso not far front Mnhanalm- Mephlboeheth whose name was or lilnally MaribbMl Lord Mori 11 Chron 814 941 was five years old C Saw 44 when tile father Jon athan and his grandfather SAul wereI- IIAln on Mount Otlboa When the news came of their death the boys nurse took bite and lied toward Jasrocl and In tier haste let him fall lie was so Injured that be WM all hU lift lawn in oth fret ItetRft the years ole at Hauls deaths its must helve been 12- ter 13 years oW when David beonmii king over all Israel When therefore he came to court he roast have bon 10 years old WM warned and had a unto ton h IS M tlbosUelh M flip repreeataUve of Sauls eldest win Fad the precedeiiee over Sauls oilier grandiose sad was Sauls heir Other Accounts of MepJilbwbeth See 1 Chron 8 MO t4044 I Sam 44 Sl7 Kl4 1914 0- Mephlboohoths Property Hectored AntI Himself Ilretmht to the Pataoe The oriental kiss was that all the ram ily of a rival claimant to the throne hcHild IMJ put to deAth or removed from all poMlblllty of Inciting an In surrection t lids Inheritance from Saul was re stored to MophlhMheth llmlfllt have been considerable It was placed un der JJlba a steward and the revenues were to be sent to his master at tho court of David- Mephlhoahoth was Invited to sit at the royal table an a part of Davids household The Syrian missionary llev William Kwlng says in the Sunday School Tlmec When two mon oat bread together this Is tho desert sacrament the sign nod seal of a coy enant of friendship a league for mu 11butmslon Invited Mophlboshoth to sit and Mhloto Injure whom would be to provoke the monarchs vengeance Hut n a ilaco continually at tho royal table declared a relationship of n deeperIand stronger kind Ho who eats con Inually at an Arabs board has passed the conditions of mere guest j or friend and Is acknowledged all 11 Identified with tho fatally In all It IIimanifold Interests David thus devised right liberal things for the unfortu iato son of tho beloved comrade of other days Like David we aro not to wait till tho needy come to us but wo are to search for any we can help canvass our field and nnd out who can bo Inv Itcd to cat tho bread of life contlnu ally with us In our class We should organize and train onr class to go Into tho highway and hedges If need bo and bring others into enjoy tho good things of the IJlblo with them No one should be too busy to do acts of kindness to Individuals and to pay by klndnnss tho debts of JOvo Elevation to power is a Godgiven opportunity frr remembering those who have been less successful kingtorefused because ho had not time Then said she If you bavo not time to do Justice you havo not time to bo king Great Men of Culture Tho great men of culture nro those who have had u passion for dlffus carrlngfromthe best knowledge tho best Ideas of- their time who have labored to divest knowledge of all that was harsh uncouth difficult abstract proftmslonal exclusive to humanize It to make It efficient outsldo tho clique of tho cultivated and learned yet still remanning tho best knowledge nnd thought of the time and a truo source therefore of sweetness sad ght Matthfiw Arnold r E r Old Joes Grubstake u Cy Edith King Latham IIIIIJ iCopyrlulit by Hliortntory Pub Co Old Joe Ciinnll was a picturesque feature of life In Saugurs Pass although tho townspeople were not greatly Impressed with the quaint side of tho old mans character To thoni It waa an old story once both comi cal and pathetic but now grown stale front frequent rending Kvor fllneo tho founding ot Saucer t Old JOt Ind figured In tho history or tho little mountain settlement at first ns n pioneer owner of tho first stamp mill and afterward through tho sharp vicissitudes ot a mlncrn life ho had clipped down to bill present position of tho forlorn but overhopeful fortune leckor his vole posiossluns a lanky mule a rlflo and n monger prospecting outfit With this stock In trade ho was wont to set out on his expeditions through Slsklyou county often travel- Ing an fur south as Koddlng and nomotlmes washing out two or three eidollars a week In gold on the banks Sacramento whoro It ruche a4through the narrow mountain canyons happened this year Old Joe Cunnlll had varied his usual program by remaining all winter and well Into tho Summer In Saugur and It was not until one morning In July that ho and llfs mule were seen In marching order slowly making tholr way down the country road toward tho south Three mun sitting on the veranda of the Shasta house woro discussing a new mining bourn Suddenly ono of them slapped his- kngrand brought his chair down with- a thud on the floor Say boys Ive got an Idea thatll give us some fun and sot up the an cleat prospector In the highest heaven of joy Lots gmbitnke him An hour later the bewildered old man plodded In n dOll beside hU pack mile with tho pleiMHi reeolloc j She Jut Cried She Was So Glad 10il See Me I lion of a hearty nwel ami the nnmi IIIR reality of three brilliant twenty dollar gold pieces oMnklwc their shin Ins aklee against each other In Ibis pocket Tho grubstake wcs kopt a secret be tween tha throe partners of Old Joe who amused tb molvua by mysterious allusions to a wonderfully rich new syndicate but no amount of argument 1II0reImill owner the storekeeper nnd tho hotel man had had a quiet tip on a big thing and tho town was prepared for tho announcement that the syndi onto had bought out tho place or that monster Improvuments wore to bo In woret mont which burst upon the little town toward the last of Octobor- II aThe postmaster received word from his brotherinlaw Charley Mason who farmed between Shasta and lied ding that old Joo Cunnlll had struck P4ydlrtl Tho portion of the let I for concerning Joes fortunes ran as follow HangerHi j nrlka at last lie In It Dili time gut nnotlicr tellers claim cheap urllIwelt for the a oay but ezlwrle say too sure thing Holler make a Iwo over tho old feller welcome hots no It WM all quit uJlfn Lt goingdownFortrot tn elw Jon leaves on the 1110 train Thursday morning 1You CHAnLEV Tho sown spread like wlldilro i thrnunh Baugcru and In less than an i hour after the otter was read every body knew the story of tho three dou ble cnglCH and their sequel The three men who had grubstaked tho successful miner were Iho most surprised of ill A reception committee was an jiolntod to welcomo tho lucky miner On Thursday morning SauGers rose early null decorated tho buildings on Main street with garlands of spruce and fir and cotton flagi loft over tronlI the last Fourth of July celebration Halt an hour before train time tho platform of the little railway station WAS crowded with expectant Sauger lies All tho jokes of the past six months wero revived to while away tllo long moments before the train WM duo but no joke was as potent to tiring u laugh u the idea of the ta I lire town of 8augers Pass turning I nut to honor the arrival at Old Joe Cunnlll whom three months before the very dogs had not considered worth u bark An echoing whistle from far down the canyon ul last brought silence and tho crowd made way for tho rvcop tlon committee to step close to the track With a warning screech from tho engine and a clanging of the bell tho train swept around a curve rum bled over the bridge and stopped puff Ing impatiently Saugers held Its orcath At last a familiar figure was seen to descend from the high steps All aboard shouted the conductor sig naling tho engineer As tho engine began to gather Ho menlutn slowly In puffy jerks for tho upgrade run there was spilled from tho second day coach an accumulation of females of assorted sizes which piled up In a heap on tin cindery path bosldo too track then rose ono by ono and meekly tagged the steps of Joseph Cunnlll capitalist The train crept out ot sight around tho curve but Saucers did not know thoIlilt last regained Its prusouce of ralrd stopped up to Old Jon but Stu Igor guest of honor was timidly ma king for tho trail behind tho station which was the short cut to tllA town issue Pondloton stopped him Here Jon old fellow you aint gain to give us the cold shoulder are you What you In such a hurry for Ask ask her shell tell ye no stammortHl pointing behind him Tlo gaze of tho crowd was transferred to tho aggregation ot females which pry seated a shrinking front to the pull He eye Tho oldest of about 45 sum lItlljrooIeyes on n frlglltuaotl confusion The old miner brae d himself and turned bravely MrIon the mildfaced storekeeper It was otmuhln like this I was prospe- ctIna smile wont the round of the rrodan that night the mule died IlIn I was peRgin along afoot kinder lonesome on I come acroavfdoWn till creek a woman nod olglU kith whit their husband and father bad died a week tieforo and shod been doln odd JolM round the dlgglns ami was clean beat out an lonolyllko Well when I come along she Jaat cried she was so glad to sec me cause I looked like her old daub an tho children called mo gnindmp An she was goln to pull up stakes an make track for the iwor farm So I sex Como along with ma to the parsons the one what peddle his goeitol talk through the mlnln country ez I because there didnt seem to bo nothln vise to do soalns how she didnt have no per teeter An I thought moLl 3 yu wouldnt bo terrible put out gent men If I used the rest of the money to como back to Saugern an set up Mely an the children Tho crowd was very qulot Out what about your pile Joe asked Spandllns after a moment How much and whore did you make tho strike Strike repeated Joe In bewilder wont I didnt make none this time lots Molys the strike A groan ran through tho multitude disappointment was pictured on a hundred facts some looked fairly menacing It was not often that Saugers bestirred Itself as It had for this Oc eanian which had ended so absurdly They would bo a butt for tho ridicule nt the wholo county Suddenly tho hotel man stepped up to tho woman and spoke to her In a low tone Then ho faced tho crowd Hoys youre scarln the poor exit turs to death with tho tender Celia for Charloy Mason glarin out of your eyes The reception committee will bo responsible for the drawln up ot- a testimonial to that gentleman you leave that to us lint woro a pack of fools just tho same not to see that this Is tho biggest joke In California bigger than tho Hamcsc strike If Old Joe didnt bring back nine times more than wo expected then Im crazy Whoever heard of a claim that panned out such nuggets as these hero pointing to the eight young women I find he continued that this estimable lady Mrs Joseph Curio nil Is a past master at the wash tub What do you say to setting her up In The Qrubstako Laundry and requesting that heathen clothesdestroy er Chin Lee to seek another sheep range Suugors gave a lusty roar Clark had touched a vulnerable spot Everyman who wore a collar clutched at Its ragged edges with ono hand and throw the hat in tbo air with the otherThe bus was filled with Snugere guests on Its way to town and the Im ported band was not wasted It was not equal to tho Wedding March but Old Joe and his wife und her progeny rode In state tj supper at the Shasta house quite as blissfully to tho tune of A Hot Time In the Old Tttun ToNight t CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS A FATAL DISEASE OF HORSES Probable Causes of the Malady nnd Its SymptomsBy H J Milks D V MOl Louisiana Cerebrooplnal meningitis In horses Is also known as staggers blind stag gers sleepy staggers bottom sickness etc and scarcely any section of tho country has escaped tho ravages of the disease at some time or other Numerous theories have been advanced as to tho cause of this disease It has been attributed to grazing upon low marshy places henco the namo bottom sickness The cause also has been laid to moldy corn or fodder poisonous plants exposure to sun Impure water etc Mayo reporting a- very similar disease concludes It to bo duo to a fungus Asperglllus glaucus The stores enter tho circulation find lodgment In tho organs and set up In flammatory conditions The cerebral symptoms wore duo to an abscess of tho brain He has ulso recovered the above fungus from the different or gnus Chester of the Delaware station has carried on a series of feeding expert Brain horse Note blood the tubules The tubules right center show moms with results Some even point out the infectious nature of tte disease tho mild cases got dullness stupor weakness of head paresis slight loss of control over one more limbs slight rise In temperature 102 103 degrees Fahr enheit often difficulty swallowing The visible mucosau were congested and brownish yellow these mild cases the weakness never became great that the animal could not stand ind usually was able to take some nourishment and water The more cases were mani fested by the same general symptoms often however tho respirations were much Increased and labored tho severe cases tho annuals usually refused food but often showed desire for water unable Tho digestive tract was almost com pjelely paralyzed seemed do little good matter what tho dose The hypodermic use ofcscrihe did not jiurga tlonr did exhibit ether physiological phenomena TIlt disease generally runs rapid fatal course from few hours four live days usually not more than three four days The limo given by some authorities eight twelve daYs entirely too loot except cases that survlvo In those cases that survived tho dis ease attacked slowly tho animal usually taking some nourishment and showed all symptoms mild attack Tho mortality was per cent more Treatment availed little unless started In tho first few hours of the disease and even then prognosis was unfavorableAlthough the exact cause of menin glue In horses and mules has never yet been satisfactorily demon strated either in this country abroad has been the opinion of Dr W Dalrymple of Louisiana sta tion who has experienced several pre vlous outbreaks In that state dur ing both the spring nnd summer months that tho cause was In someway associated with the condition of Iho feeding materials cither grass cured products such corn etc brought by tho attack of molds fungi and that when complete I of the I njectlon of the vessels Kidney of horse showing degeneration of to the I and the t condition to be especially good negative In wo bunging tho or or n to in In so It severe In a although to drink Purgatives to no or nreeolono produco but a ly lasting a to or or to is In the of a 90 or as or It H tho or as about or n In he change to food that was absolutely sound was made Iho disease was either checked or disappeared on tirely This also would seem to have been tho experience of other invest galore Consequently until tho exact nature of the agent producing meningitis as well an a possible remedy has been discovered wo would urgently recom mend to stock owners that as soon as they observe the first symptoms of socalled staggers they at once make n change from feeding materials that are at all suspicious to those that are perfectly sound Or as a matter of prevention at all times that they do not supply to their animals or permit them to consume food of any kind that is not absolutely sound and tree from molds qr fungi Feed Light Very little should befell to brood sows as It makes them too fat They should bo given plenty of thin slop In which there Is always valuable nutriment Cause of Sickness Much sickness among hogs Is due to uncertain quar ters wet pens and exposure Provide Clean Water Keep plenty ot clean water within reach of your hogs at all times r ynr Y e 1856 Berea College 1908 OR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students frost 27 states Largest college library ia Kentucky NO SALOONS S A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic SingingBlbleHandworkbooks TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studios 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 Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business EvenI a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gor man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The high it educational stlndardsINORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclans certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Borea College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money re calved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends PNBInwho are supporting Borea In order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot the young people Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge AH except those with parents in Borea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to tho value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming securo extra employment so as to earn from CO cents to one dollar n week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Borea favors plain clothing Our climate is tho nest but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera lye Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in tho fall and 160 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring BO cents In winter 44 SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for e return of room key library looks etc This is paid but once and is returned when tho student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or sorvlcesof learners all our instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Feo for most ctudents Is 300 a term 400 in lower Model Schools GOO in courses wfih Lfttln nail 700 In Collegiatocoursos PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by tho half tcw Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 2250 in ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term SC7S SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work JMO v SPRltiG7 weeks term for those who mast leave for teachers exami nations 1645 e FALL 1908H weeks 295Gln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ql term 946 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho cndot a tern receive back for money advanced as follows On board In full except that no allowance Is made for any traction of R week 1 On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any un u hired fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee n certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have made your Journey and are well started In school it pays to stay as long OB possible The first day of Winter term Is January G 1909 i The first day of Fall term is September 1C 1908 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA 1 That Premium Knife taker the oycs of too men and boys who see it Tho mountain people liko ja good thing when they see it ant to get a 75 cent knife with two hlailes of razor frteel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions the time If you have not got it UInight to aveIr HEARSTS GAME Editor Hitting Both Sides Hard Shows Corruption In Both Big Par tiesStandard Oil Blight Mister WllHam Randolph Hearst the bad boy of tho newspaper and pol- Itical world has been having tho tlmo of his life He likes to inako trouble and he certainly has been making It In large chunks for all parties In the last few weeks He says he Is about turn now tho so far as the men al ready mentioned are concerned and BO It la time to see Just what he has done There Is still a good deal ot dust- In the air but things have cleared enough to show that the chief sufferer has been one W J Bryan Mr Hearst has a deep grudge against Mr Bryan and as stated In these col umns some time ago Is out for his blood He seems to have got some of It Of course Mr Hearst claims to bo against both political parties and he really Is willing to do the Republican all the harm he can but first and foremost he wants to beat Bryan lIearst started with an attack on Senator Koraker lie showed that Foraker had been In correspondence with the Standard Oil Co and then when Mr Foraker explained Hearst had some more letters to show that the explanation was false Of course the Democrats were happy They ex t plained nt great length and very vigorously Just how awful it Is to be connected with Standard Oil and they showed that a man In Forakcrs position has no possible excuse Also tho It was pretty hard they showed to thplr own satisfaction that Taft wa to blame for It all tho ho and For 4akerare old time enemies and have been fighting hard for two years After the Democrats had proved all this they suddenly found that Mr Haskcll the Democratic National Treasurer was In worse shape than Foraker He denies and denies but has not convinced a soul ex cept Bryan perhapsthat ho Is Innocent The proof Is stronger than against Foraker and much more damaging Also Haskell Is not an enemy but a close friend of Bryan His denials were disproved In one way and another and finally he was forced out of office But Bryan will not yet ad mit that either he or Ha kell was wrong He simply cant admit It after the things he said about For aker and Taft without admitting that he Is unfit to be president But every one else knows that the charges are true and Haskell Is a disgraced man Also Bryan has called the par ticular attention of all the world to his plight by getting Into a dispute with the President about tho matter In which the President has beaten him at every point As matters now stand Taft has been hurt very little ttat all by the exposure of the sins of his enemy while Bryan has been greatly damaged by proof of faults In his close friend and adviser and by defending him after the faults were provedOf course Mr Hearst Is lighting both big parties but he seems to havo hit Bryan hardest for some reasonHearst has other letters and otheri charges He has laid a load on Sen McLaurln of South Carolina a good Democrat and attacked othrs a little And all along It has been the Democrats that have suffered All these men now aro demanding trial In court tho they have not been ac cused of violating any laws except those of good citizenship and decency The fact is Hearst has proved his charges that there aro men in both political parties controlled by the trusts Ho hits a big Democrat and a much smaller Republicanbut thee r truth has not all been told So far because of Hearsts smooth work It has hurt Bryan mst 1 SALOON KEEPERS WARNED The Citizen Is very glad to give space this week to a letter which Is being sent to all the retail liquor dealers In this country by the Nation organs Ispread of prohibition sentiment In t this country While there are many things In the letter with which we do j not agree it Is worth reading as nn admission that the saloon keepers of I the country are a lawless class and that they are themselves responsible for and deserve the tats which is- o rtaking them The address Is as follows TO THE SALOON KEEPERS OF THE UNITED STATES The prohibition wave that was sweeping over the country would seem to be on the wane but the protest on the part of the people tho lawless saloon the dive Ifalnst resort Is not subsiding exhibiting its force in local II option conflicts The people are demanding and properly that their laws shall bo ODCycd Society is moving forward and the saloon must move lorwaid or be out laved The edict has gone forth that meu must be sober If they would bo free and few men will now contend that a man possesses an Inherent right to overthrow his reatonIThe edict has saloons must obey all laws that the must not sell to Intoxicated men nor to habitual drunkards nor to minors that they must not exhibit Improper olctures nor connect themselves with gambling resortsIn a word that the saloon must not be a nuisance country has so deIelaredhave so declared the great conservative element In society has so de dared These forces for good are all power US In society any our trade cannot afford to oppose them I It would be foolish for us to oppose could do so them even though we successfully because the demands they aro making arc our demands Our trade needs a house cleaning and we should aid the good work along The saloon that Is run In vio lotion of the law or ot decency should be put out of business and the better eiement lu the trade should continue to lead the reform- A saloon should be a decent resort It should be the working mans club It should Inculcate real temperance thought first of all It should give to the welfare of Its patrons it should consider tho home tho wife and children it should seek to elevate and not degrade those who visit It and If It is run In violation of lay 1U license should be canceled Could such conditions do harm to the business Is It unprofitable to be decent to be law ntldlng to be Ulnd to do unto others as you would havo them do unto you We think that all ot this would rayand It would relieve the business of odium and It would permit prohibition to diet happy and peaceful death- I do not write this letter through any fear of prohibition because an experience of moru than a half century tolls us that prohibition will not prohibit and common sense tells us that prohibition will not prohibit and the statistics of the Internal Revenue Department show conclusively that prohibition does not prohibit but I write because I think the saloon Is table to he superseded by unlawful sellers of alcohollo bcvorapos as Is the case now In all prohibition territory and because I think the saloon can be and should bo a desirable and not an undesirable factor In society I write It because I think the press Is right because I think the law and order leagues are right because I think the ministers who teach what the Bible teaches are right because I think the great conservative element of society Is right- I write It because I know that the larger majority of the saloon keep ers want to obey the laws want to seo their business elevated want to bid tho drunkard an eternal farewell and It is my hope that In the not distant future every saloon keeper who favors law order decency and temperance will Join the National Model License League and will stand as we stand with the real forces of reform and fully abreast jf the most advanced public sentiment T M GILMORE President National Model License League FOR COLORED SCHOOL Winchester Ky Oct 2The first of a series of meeting to be held in llfferent parts of tho State for the purpOSe of raising money enough to establish a first class school for color id people In this State was held In this city last nightaut the Broadway olored Baptist church The meeting was conducted by Rev tames Bond one of the trustees of Jerea College and President Frost the college It Is their intention ofI raise 50000 in Kentucky and of mount they expect to raise as much 11 1000 in Winchester Only a small crowd was present at the meeting but 350 was raised Another meeting will b held Thursday night for the same iiirpose Islington Leader Not Convinced Many years ago Henry Pcttltt happened to meet an old schoolfellow By ae way said his friend are you any relation to Henry Pettltt the dramatist 1 am he replied Pettltt No no was the reply I mean tho great Henry Pcttltt who writes plays for Drury Lane Yes said Henry modestly thats a Well sold his friend with disgust you always were a liar Fettltt Lon don Telegraph i TILE PARTY OF YOUTH TUFTS WORK IN CHINA I Why Young Men Vote the Repub He Rehabilitated Our Notional lican TicketReputationI IT STANDS FOR PROGRESS CHECKED COURT ABUSES New Voters Proud to Ally Themsetvei With the Party of Lincoln Iti Past Performances Presage a Still More Glorious FutureIId not without significance that IJt men who have Just attained lr majority ore found as a rule Votlngtho Republican ticket The reason Is plain Those young men look on tbo Republican party as the party of hope the party of promise and of performance the party for whose can didates they will be proud to say In later years that they cast their first ballot the party whose unit needs uo apology no balm of oblivion for blurt ders and for crimes no record of slavery rebellion and attempted repudia lion each stamped out In Its turn by American freemen under Republican leadershipTho party Is eminently the party of youth With Republicans tile memory of the glorious past Is but an intention to make tho future still more glorious To the Democracy Is left the congenial occupation of floun dering In the marsh of bygone Demo cratic vagaries lured on by some tie v and delusive willothewisp to the quagmire of quadrennial failure The youthful voter finds no attrac tion In such company lie prefers to march forward on firm ground with the party of Lincoln of Grant Mc Klnlcy and Roosevelt Qf Taft and Sherman and Hughes of nearly every great American living and dead whose career has added luster to tbo closing half of the old century and tile beginning of the new The young man prefers the Republican party because It holds out a prospect tor his own advancement because In build ing up the nntlou as a whole It offers fresh opportunities to the Individual because under Republican administra lion there Is a fair field for every one and every citizen Is protected In the enjoyment of that which he has right fully acquired The new voter who takes his place In the Republican ranks and casts his ballot for Taft and Sherman will have the satisfaction not only of sharing In tho Republican victory but also of knowing that he has helped to assure prosperity for the country at large ant an Immeasurably better chance in life for himself and those In whom bo- Is Interested than If the harpies of Bryanlsm lied been permitted to befoul the feast TAFTILABOR TURNS TO Toiler Scent Danger In the Fallacies of Mr Bryan Convincing evidence was furnished by the conference at Cincinnati last week by Judgo Taft with Oscar Straus secretary of commerce and labor and T V Powdorly formerly general master workman of the Inlghts of Labor that tho attitude of labor Is growing each day more friend ly to Taft The campaign of education which the Republicans have been car rying on has been effective and the laboring man so Mr Povrderly told the candidate Is beginning to appre elate the fart that a restoration of business confidence through the doe Ion of Mr Taft menus more work and prosperous times for him Secretary Straus announces his Intention to go out on tbo stump for the specific purpose of exposing some of the Bryan fallacies In regard to labor Said Mr Straus The most dangerous of these fallacies Is presented In Bryans slogan Shall the people ruler and well may he ask It for every one of his lending doctrines Is a denial of that rule Mr Straus classes Mr Bryans goy ernment guarantee of bank deposits as next In point of danger to his plan for tbo government ownership of railroads Mr Straus believes this guarantee proposition Is as great menace as tho old 10 to 1 hobby To guarantee deposits said Secretary Straus Is to guarantee the loans of the banks for as a matter of fact a largo part of the banks deposits Is made up of credits extended by the bank to borrowers and by them deposited or placed on tbo books of the banks as deposits Mr Powderly said among other things after his talk with Taft Labor never was better organized better paid more Independent or more re spected than It Is today Never was It more secure In Its share of the outcome of the commodity or the good will and confidence of employers All this Is duo to the effort of nonpartisan well officered unions What labor organiza tions now enjoy nnd they enjoy more than they ever enjoyed In the civilized world before came as the result of Intelligent cooperative effort exerted In a nonpartisan way through their unions Of course there are many men out of employment as the result of the recent depression but to my knowledge men are returning to their old oc cupatlons all over the country and at their old rates of pay I recall the awful panic of 1673 and that of J803 and In neither case did men go back to work at their old wages The case Is different now and to my mind It would be suicidal for labor to vole In suuh away ns to Imperil the return of tall prosperity so rapidly manifesting itself The Issue Is Just this Taft and pros perity or Bryan and paralysis Cleared the United States Banns From the Dishonor That America Criminals Had Brought Upon It Readjusted Consular Service It was chiefly through the Inlinetic and at tho Instigation of Mr Tuft that thu recent rehabilitation of our nation al reputation In China was nrcoinpllsh ed by thu imtubllshmont of tin Unite States court In China Until Mr Tai became a paramount figure lu the tar east scandalous conditions had pro sailed In Shanghai anti other cities of China where the United States exer eked extra territorial rights Undeslr able subjects of the United States met and women had degraded the Arncrl can flag by using It as n cloak uudci which to conduct numerous nefarious enterprises American sharpers gnu biers nnd promoters of questionable schemes had long worked lu conjunction wlHi discredited lawyers to their mutual and Illegal gain In various Instances these criminal endeavors were aided and abetted by American consular officers who were dismissed from the service The former practice of adjudicating oil causes In which Americans were parties In consuls courts gave rise to abases The Amer lean flag In Shanghai particularly stood for national dishonor In the eyes of other nations who by legislation nnl the creating of proper courts bad spared their flags the disgrace that de scended upon the United States ban nero When he was at the head of tho Philippine government lit Manila Mr Tat by his proximity to China soon appre dated the seriousness of the condi Lions there and foresaw the loss of standing In the eyes of the Chinese to which we were Indifferently exposing ourselves by our failure to keep In check American criminals HP brought the matter to the attention of the state department and Joined with Secretary Root Representative Edwin Dcnby of Michigan a son of the former United States minister to China Charles Den by another son who Is now consul general at Shanghai Senator Spooncr and some others In an endeavor to rem edy conditions He exerted his Influ once to obtain the passage by congress of n bill creating the United States court for China Lcbbcus Redmond Wllfloy of Missouri who had been Mr Taffs attorney general In tho Philippines was tamed ns Judge Mr Taft from the first took a deep personal Interest In the work of Judgo Wllfloy and his court In a way ho supervised Its work and was frequently appealed to by Judge Wllfloy for advice as to procedure and other details The luck of adequate laws hampered Judge Wllfley but by proceeding In accordance with the common law bo quickly made the court effective With in a few months after the court was organized Shanghai and other cities In China whore conditions were such as to require It were thoroughly and dras tlcally cleaned up Shyster American lawyers wore disbarred so that the gamblers disreputable women and oth er offenders against the law were de prived of legs support The reputable American lawyers In good stand g aided Judge Wlllley Heavy Ones and terms of Imprisonment exercised a deterrent effect upon tune lawbreakers many of whom summarily fled from China before the court could bring them to account for their misdeeds When Mr Taft was In Shanghai lost fall he was heartily thanked and congratulated by the law abiding Americans there for tio part bo bad taken In removing the stigma from tho American flag and restoring the good fame of tbo national name In the orient In his speech before the Amer- Ican association in China he paid a high tribute In Judge Wllfley saying In part Our government was forunnte In the rejection as the first judge of the court of a gentleman who had had four years experience In the orient as at torney general of the Philippines and who went to Shanghai with an Intimate knowledge of the method of unit ing In one administration the princi pies of the common law of the United States with the traditions and condl tions of a foreign country Ills policy In raising high tho standard of admis sion to the bar and in promoting tho vigorous prosecution of American violators of law which eliminated from that community many undesirable characters who had brought disgrace upon the name of Americans In tho cities of China cannot but commend tacit to any one Interested In the good name of the United States among the Chinese people and with our brethren of other countries who live In China Free trade England is alarmed again at the physical deterioration of her submerged classes In this land of protection the rule of social progress Is that of emergence and physical mental and moral development Public ownership of the railroads would add 1000000000 to the public debt but William Jennings Bryan doesnt worry about a llttlo thing like that Republican voters will make the peerless ono without a peer in tbo number of his defeats Bryan has discovered tho proper ra tio between paralysis and prosperity It la himself DEMOCRAT ADVOCATES NEGRO DISFRANCKISEMENTc National Committeeman Atwood Dry ans Close Friend Openly Favors Taking Vote From Colored Men of Kansas Disfranchisement of as ninny colored voters as possible Is ndvocutid by John H Atwood Dvuiovratlr national VOID mlttenmn from Kansas tiulrman of the Bleaker bureau of the Democratic national committee one of Bran closest friends read a man who It Is said Mr Bryan Intends to make at torney general If he should be tlected president DUfruuchlsouicut of the colored wen of Kansas was advocated by Mr Atwood lu the following teller published In thu Kansas City Post of Kunsas City Kan May 7 IOCS Letter Urging Disfranchlsement Ily one of those strange Ironies of fate wblcb Botnctlmoa overtake the benefactors of Individuals ivoplos or races the ntntc of Kansas which tuia done more imrbnps fur the negro than any other state In the Union b now suffering a grievous political wrong from the Imuds of the freedman and his descendants William A Harris would now be governor of Kansas hud It not boon for tbo Ignorant negro vote and there have been times In the past when till fount erotic party could have elected Its state ticket had It not been for the Ignorant black vote of Kansas CIt Iron Lca north Atchison Lawrence and Topeka There Whs a time when the negro vote was not a considerable factor In Kansas politics but that time has passed The Influx of negroes from the south the rapid multiplication of those native to Kansas soil und the Increas lag Insistence of the negro upon social equality make the Kansas negro not only a political factor but a social and political menace Atwood Favors Jim Crow Schools If the last election be a criterion tho negro now holds the balance of po litical lower In Kansas on be duo ID Missouri This In Itself Is bad enough but In Kansas we have suffered for long years the outrage of mixed schools fattened upon us by the Re publican politician Mixed schools load tho negroes to asplro to a mixed society and this close contact of the rarer U productive of troubles row wbteh Kansas would be free If the negro had less polities power and were not admitted to tba same schools with the whites Kansas has long been weary of the negro politician and It Is more than weary of the mixed school Patlonro has Its limits and I bollcre that the time has come when the people of Kansas will Join with the people of Missouri In restricting negro suffrage 1 do not advocate the disfranchise went of the negro ou the ground of his color That Idea Is abhorrent to the principles of our tree government and Its execution would bo In conflict with the constitution But our constitution will permit the disfranchisement of toe Ignorant do proved lazy vicious and debauches negro and this disfranchlsement should be accomplished to the end that our free Institutions may not surfer AMERICAN GOODS ABROAD Policy of Cheaper Sales Has Consent of Both Parties Secretary Shaw estimates that out of every 1000 worth of manufactures exported from this country 30 runts worth are sold abroad cheaper than at home So far the complaint of the Democrats that our manufactures tell abroad cheaper than at home seems to bo true nut this Is not as great a tits count In the export trade as the ad vantage given to manufactures In tho Importation of raw materials that they may employ American labor at Amer- Ican wages In the manufacture of goods that aro to be sold abroad In compote tion It has been the policy of the Repub lican party for a number of years to encourage such competition In foreign markets The drawback on materials Imported for manufactures that aro to bo exported Is not peculiar to toe Dingier law The same provision was In the McKinley law and It was Incor- pOrated In the Wilson Oorman maw by tbo Democrats It was kept In the law when the DIngley act was passel because It became the policy of the gov ernment by common consent of both partiesLast year we Imported 10000000 worth of materials which went Into manufactures for export and the draw back was paid on about 5 per cent of our Imports This would make It possible for the American manufacturers to sell about 5 per cent of their exports or 120000000 worth cheaper abroad than at home The advantage given by the drawback was given for the purpose of enabling them to go Into for eign markets and compete even If they bad to jell cheaper than nt home And this advantage was given In the Democratic tariff act of 1604 just as It had been In the McKinley act of 1800 and as It Is now given by the Dlngley act of 1897 It is therefore not a partisan ques tion because It has bad recognition from both political parties It Is a part of the policy to meet competition In foreign markets rather than protection for the homo market Its definite purpose Is to enable manufacturers In this country to give employment to American labor for the production of Hoods for consumption In Europe In toad of leaving that manufacture to European producers employing Euro pean labor THE MARKET I IBern Prices 1otntooe Irah per bu 100 Cabbage 2Vto per lb rhewr Uu per lb Apples per bu l25100 Eggs per dozen 1820c flutter per lb 20c Dacon per lb 12ftc lIam per IIJIGJCOo Lard per lb 12VSc i IOxcaeuliens on foot per lb8c Fathers per Ib35c- Corn95c Wheat pot buL00J- ars Cox Illvft Stock Oct 7 1908 Choice export steers 4 25 600 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 GO Common butcher steers 2 25 3 00 Medium butcher steers 3 00 4 00 Choice butcher heifers 3 ro 4 00 Medium butcher heifers I 00 a 6t Common butcher heifers 2 64 S oe- I Ttiuict butcher cows I 00 4 lt Muinini butohfr cows Z 76 3 II Common butcher cows J ro 3 76 Canners 1 00 1 7G to rat oxen 3 flO 4 a1 MrdiUro oxen 3 o0 4 tit Choke bulls 2 50 326 Medium bulla J 26 3 60 C mraon bulls 1 T6 2 00 Choice veal calves G 60 7 no Medium veal calve 400 6 t0 Common calves I 60 4 G Good feeders 400 43- 61dn rwlera 3 O 4 II Common feeders 3 G a GO Choke stock steer 100 1t1 Medium toak steers 2 76 3 00 Common stock ttter 2 00 I 76 M tlHm steak hflfn 2 O S Chnlro stock heifers S f 41i Cemmon mixed stacker 2 00 a 00 Choice ml h eon x00 4600 Medium iflltoh sews Ie 00 10 tO Common mtleh cows 10 10 1s II lions Chfll r pickers and butchers 1M md up C CO MMiim iw Mane and butchers 180 to MO IN COO Choice plies 8 MM Ibc E oe Light pits 6090 lbs 4 2- Slicht shiners 110lfin lbs 6rn Roughs 119409 UM up to 660 iniir Choice fat sheep 3 00 Medium sheep 2 M Common sheep 2 00 I n i I H 1 Choice lambs 4 CO 5 00 Seconds 400 4 25 trod lmtohr lambs 4 50 6 00 Cults and tall ends 2 CO 4 00 MESS PORK 112 5- 0NASItlthsicei mrmr sure lljsh I and special cure 13tfic heavy to medium e- SHOULDERSIOcI per lb BACON Clear rib sides 12V4o regular clear sides lllHc hr akfaiii bee on ISo sugar cured shoulders IGe bacon extra lOc bellies lie heavy t3o- LARDPrlmo steam In tierces lists pure leaf In tierces ll4c In tubs 13c lZcI 18c per doe candled iC- cBtl1rnR15250 per lb POULTRV Spring chickens ltc to lie hens lOc ducks old So tar keys 1012C ducks young 80 IWHEATNo 1 red 102 mixed CORNNO 2 white 83c No3 mixed 83x- OATSNew No3 white ClHc No 3 mixed 520ARYE Northern IWhat the Officer Saw was on the march from Dover to Aldershot It was the rule to march by companies with a few minutes Interval between each thebaniloottakingband soon got a long way ahead of tho ofthegallopedsergeantWhat by getting out of sight of the leading com panyWe were not out of sight sir an swered tho sergeant methaUyoumyselfLondon And HI Did Ah Jackson exclaimed a miserly Individual thoughtlessly meeting an ac quaintance at a railway refreshment bar It Isnt often We meet or what will you have- Thanks replied his friend con siderably aatoulshed Im not partlcu lar Good said tho closefisted one walkLondonI The Porter Drug Co a iNOOirOIATIDl PHONE 12 BEREA KY 0 H lW O + oooeoeoeoe e oeoeoeoeoeoeuoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoQe t o o- s Berea and Vicinity i eo c o er SOURCRSr 0 t n n o o o nooooe DR BEST DENTIST CITY Ph ONE IS3 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Mrs Salllo Adams spent part of last week with relatives In Richmond Miss Frances Johnson otelndiana polls hid has boon visiting at the homo of J 1C Baker and family Mr nnd MrsT A Robinson who left hero six years ago Imvo returned and expect to snake their homo hero againMr Jack Hauflo and family have moved Into Mrs M II Prestons real tit ceo on Coater Bt G M Trcndway nnd family have moved Into tho west property on Center Street now occupied by Mr BlackMr and Mrs Will Cllmcr and little son Wallace stopped over a few days tact week with Mrs Adollna Henderson on their way to La Kollettc Tcnn Mr and Mrs Charles Preston vis ited Mrs Prestons parents near Hrodhead last week Mr Otis Laceflold Is a visitor in Borca The teachers of the Baptist Sunday school canvassed tho town last Sat urday In order to enroll new member In Sunday school Mr llardln Golden and family have moved Into their house on Center 8t which they purchased from tho Berea lloiil Brtato Co and whloh was re cently occupied by G M Treadwhy Juno and Janiea Fowler lett Tues day for South Dakota Mr John Rose who has been n sufferer from consumption for tome time died Monday morning and the funeral services were conducted In tho BaptUt church Monday afternoon Mr Daniel Maupln also a victim to consumption died Saturday and was burled In the MoKcehon burying ground Sunday Quito a number ot our town lo 1110 wore In Richmond Monday Among those who wont wore J WrSUSphcns W II Iortor 1 A Allen John liar rison J W Evans J W Galloway W J Tatum and Howard Harrison Mrs A P Seattle returned owe Sunday from an extended visit with her daughter In Lexington Mr nnd Mrs R M Moore spent Saturday and Sunday with W U Gab bardEd Scrlvner and Ulysses Burgess aro employed In Paint Lick working on tho telephone lines Mr L L Shadoln left Friday for a visit with homo folks In Tatesvllle KyMr Howard Gamble left for hla home In Purcoll Okla where ho was called on business Mr W I Dooley tho popular sales man of Withers Ky Is homo for a few days Tho Priscilla Club mot with Mrs I Livengood Friday dctobcr 2nd and a most delightful program wan enjoyed After the rollcall which was respond ed to by quotations from Whltter tho Secretary read n letter from the Mat ron of tho Loulovlllo Baptist Orphans r Homo expressing her appreciation of the quilt sent t io homo by tho club Tho program for the year Is a Trip around tho world tho first paper bo I far read by Mn Chas Hanron taking the club from Homo to tho Metro polls Mrs Cornelius then took up tho Journey and presented most vi vidly the Ocean Voyage Delicious refreshments consisting of sherbet am wafers were served Prof flame Mits Moore nnd Mr t Dick loft hero last Friday to attend tho annual meeting of tho TrlStnto Y P S C E Union which was held at Williamsburg They returned Monday Mr Ralno spoke Sunday morn ing and evening Miss Moore was el ected secretary and treasurer of tho Union Reports from tho three states show that there have been two new societies organized in tho year and L that all the older ones have made good progress An enthusiastic meeting of tho IJorcu Tnft Club was held In the school house Wednesday evening to make arrangements for welcoming tho Hon Beth Low nnd other distinguish ed visitors Saturday I Protracted meeting has begun at the colored Baptist church and will be continued for two or three weeks I Mrs Cowlcy is being visited for n few weeks by her sister Mrs John lirymcr Jones of Pasadena Cal and her little daughter Margaret I have just received a nice assort went of hats Have my milliner MlM Schneider of Cincinnati make your hat to order Mrs S R Baker Miss Edleman superintendent of the Patti Clay Infirmary of Richmond Visited Margaret Mlnnlch from Fri day to Monday Miss Maymo Curry and Mr Will Adams were married Sunday Berea will be favored a second timeI this month with a visit from a speak or of world wide reputation Tho second visitor will be the nov Wil bur F Chapman one of the two load Ing evangelists In the world Ho will be accompanied by Charles M Alex ander tho greatest living gospel singer and tho two will bo hero for two days holding a series of meetings Their visit will occupy Wednesday CoitegedaresI during those days to give all tho tudenU the opportunity to enjoy the benefit of the addresses to the full Further announcement of the plans for the meetings will bo made next week FIRE AT RICHMOND A big fire at Richmond last Sat urday caused 11 great loss of property nnd almost resulted In several deaths Tho fire started In St Charles Hotel and had gained such headway before i It was found that because of tho Inadequate water supply In Uko Lake tho destniction of the Whole city was threatenedIt not till every room In the hotel was filled with smoke that the fire was discovered and then all es cape from tbo third floor had been out off Tho speedy nrrlynl of tho fire department saved tho lives oft many as they wero Just ready to Jump from tho windows nono ot thoem realizing that a leap from the third story would mean instant death J B IJoI of Chlceco and C W Miller of Covington wore reached Just in time to bo rescurd from a horr b e death When they were discovered they were unable to see or call out j because they were so nearly suffo cated They were carried to the next roof and then taken to tho I ground After four hours of hard and per sistent fighting the fire was under control altho it completely destroyed I the building In which it started Tho heaviest losses were Rico Masters restaurant Kennedy Bros billiard parlor Sen James D McCrcarys law office tho Kentucky Register Printing Company Sewall McICln noys grocery G W Pickles harness shop J E Sextons oboe store p- L Wlllglng paper store D C Wig gins grocery Tho total loco was es tlmted to be about 150000 cover ed partially by insurance FOR SALE 16 acres of good land one and a halt mile from Berea Ky Four room box houso and a 30x16 barn and good I garden Price 500 I Joe Williams Berea Ky Sundial In a ChurchI The only example of u sundial Inside a church Is to IK seen In Holy Trinity church Dartford fastened on the splayI of n sill of the southeast wlndjw and j measures 2 feet 0 itches by 1 foot d Inches Scarcely any light penetrates this stained glass window but on sun ny days the time is faithfully recorded lLyndonI 1 UZPFUse And do not tail to visit our store when in need of something good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables ThE CLEAN STORE M 1R puatbeuSu- cccaeor to OoIOcn Oroccrc Company pbonc 184 fiDatn Street opposite cttf3cn mfcc MILLINERYFA- LLAND 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 eeoeo et meeeoeeaeeoeoe s a c 1 College Items I eQ C HERE AND THERE e e e r eoeoeoeoeoeoeo8080ee080 A now banner Is being hung from tho front of tho Library these days to show whether or not Pros Frost Is at homo and ready to receive vis- Itors Tho banner bears tho follow ing 10Ue- relOA N M S Theeo letters are tho Intltlals of the various departments of tho school Industrial College Academy Normal and Motel Schools but they also suggest the following mottoI can make success On days when this flig Is displayed Pres Frost will be In hli office from 945 till 1030 and ready to receive callers at his homo during 1dwwr Hour When the flag Ifl not hung cut he Is either out of town or engaged in some work so im portant that ho should not bo die turbed Zeal Logan has returned to Berea and will bo in school tho rest of the yearRoy Eastman of last years grad uating class Is studying law at tho Yale Law School Hezekiah Washburn is studying medicine in Louisville Will C Gamble Is unable to sing because of a broken nose Prof Faulkner and Tutors Bowman and Calfeo are out of town on business for the College I Tho largest crowd which has ever gone out on Mountain Day took part tho picnic last Saturday when 11110 three hundred people went to Knob for the day Tho only drawback to tho days fun was a hornets nest and its contents which certainly stirred things up for a while Every body got back safely tired but happy Morris Huff a former Bores student was married at Rogers Ohio Sept 30 to Mine Clara Nlmon Word from the doctor who has been attending on Miss Alice K Douglass to that she will leave tho hospital Fri day that she Is In splendid condition and that her recovery may be expected I to bo swift and sure GREAT BARGAINS In Ladies and Childrens Long Coats only the very newest styles Ladies and Childrens Hats Queen Quality Shoes American Beauty Corsets Readymade Skirts I Everything for Ladies and Childrens wear MRS S R BAKER PHONE 123 Richmond Street Berea Ky HOT or COLD You Need ICE or COAL We have the Best of Both Ice delivered daily All Grades of Domestic Coal Both at Lowest Possible PricesI GD Holliday S Co PHONE Day 169 Night 71 BEREA KENTUCKY 1 NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint Page covered that at least 50000 worth of diamonds have been stolen from him In the past year One of tho most trusted employees who has been absent from the city for some time is suspectedDISCUSS CONSUMPTION Tho In ternational Tuberculosis Congress at Washington Is trying to prevent thero being any great white plague According to the eminent physicians sunshine fresh air cleanliness whole some food and proper knowledgo of how to care for the patient irrespective of any medlllnes aro the prime factors in thocure of tho dis ease ROOSEVELT NOT TO SPEAK The report that Roosevelt Is to take the stump in favor of Taft is denied by those upon whom reliance can be placedSENATOR BAILEY RESIGNS U Is reported that Senator Joseph W Bailey of Texas will resign from the Senate and go to New York to pract ctlce law He ban taRen no part in the National campaign and has not contributed to the Democratic camp aign fund Ills enemies say that he has lost power and Influence aa a political leader in Texas and make that his reason for leaving the state while his friends say that it Is on account of his health and because he can do better working for himself than for an unappreciative people WRIGHT MAKES RECORD Wil bur Wright brother of the Wright who was so seriously injured by the collapse of his aeroplane a few weeks ago has made a new world record with his machine staying in the air almost an hour and covering thirty six miles with a passenger by his side By this feat he partially fulfill ed the conditions of a contract whereby ho receives 100000 rnd gives a French syndicate the patent rights of his machine with the privi lege of manufacturing aeroplanes en this model STATE NEWS Continued from Pint rage 93 general condition of cattle sheep and hogs 91 ol horses and mules 88 wheat 35- NIGHT RIDER OUTRAGE Be cause thoy hoard that Dave Walker a colored man of Hindman Fuiton County had cursed a white woman and drawn a revolver on a white man night riders went to his homo last Sunday night and commanded him to come out for a whipping When he refusd theey saturated timbers of the house with kerosene and set fire to IG When tho fire began to burn very vigorlously Walker pleading for mercy throw open tho door and ran out closely followed by his wife with their Infant child In her arms All three were killed by tho bullets tired at them when they appeared In the door way Three other children were shot down and may die as a result of their wounds while the oldest son Is missing It Is believed he was burned alive In the cabin REWARD OFFEREDStale University and Prof A E Smith have offered a 250 reward for Information in regard to W E Smith whose dis appearance caused so much excitement In tho past week in Lexlngtcn A small boy says ho heard a crowd of students saying that they bound and sagged Smith and placed him In an empty freight car and shut the door It Is believed by many that Smith simply got tired of Lexington and schoollife and went to one or an other of tho places where he has workedRICHMOND MAN KILLED J H Neff of tho J H Neff Produce and Egg Company and one of tho best known business men In the city was thrown from his buggy and injured so that ho died in a short time Tho accident was caused by his horse be coming frightened and running away Mr Neff Is survived by a wife and two grown up sons In Richmond and a daughter Mrs I T Cash of Cov Ington Agriculture is everywhere being recognized as the coming industry The old notion that the man who works with his Intellect more than with his muscle Is not n real farmer but only an imitation is fast becoming role gated to the background Busincs Mans Magazine PUBLIC RENTING I will on Saturday October 1008- on the premises one mile from Paint Lick station oa the Wallaceton pike In Madison County Kentucky rent to the highest blldar two tracts of land for 1909 Tract No 1 contains 45 acres all in grass except 5 acres to go In tobacco Has upon it a 3room house good cistern at the door good pond E1A Davis M D OFFICE AT R SIDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST S R BAKER DENTIST Orncx In Dater BuildI Inc Richmond Street BhREA KY Olilr hoar train S t 4 City Phony 113 Teeth extracted without p ii Scnuoforrae 450Buys a good set of teeth DR HOBSON Richmond Kentucky 60 YEARS I=EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSIAnyone tending Iikelch and dneriniinn nuopinion tee whether an- tnrentlnnlaprobably iramanlra Untrlctleonndnlhol IIANDBOOII on lat utl necurlticpateiiK1ttentitptcltti nutlet without cliarte In the Scientific jUterican A handsomely 11tntrated wf lr forfeit dr eolation of an rlenUa Journal Oernn IJ s- eartfour monthaU BoMbyaJI nwidealera Co3UlllroadwqNew York Ilraacb Office OB P Bt Wuhlogton u Co I I Union Lock PoultryGquir eta MML Tb motl MrrfcMbl jurktl for poaHry yftrdt orcbftrda adDO IrftUr eat Utaa Writ for FencoIIr fw all r+ rt moa men co DKAIB m 1 707 HC niNUJL CWlmiCN N 1W 5i1IAWHUFF CONflUCNCC KY saan I PAPER HUNG I WELL I Years ofexperience in all kinds of Paper Hanging Every- job done at the time promised and in the way ordered All I work guaranteed A full line of samples at prices to suit all Prices for work very reasonable I I will call at any Berea home with samples on re ceipt of a postal card Address LEWIS J FROST Berea Ky good tobacco barn with sticks and about 1 acre In fruit Tract No 2 contains 57 acres 14 acres to go In wheat or rye 20 acres to go in corn remainder in grass Has upon It a 3roora house good tobacco bun and sticks Will offer the two farms 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- Id D Flack- Klrksvll1l1 Kentucky W P Prewitt Auctioneer Berea Kentucky FOR SALE House andlot Car ner Jackson and Elder Sts For par titulars address me at DUputanu Kr MUCH AqUa w The Citizen ft fanny aswspapr for all ttIt rlkt true and Interesting mblUhfd every Thurtdir at rem Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated atinUy Frost Editor and Hantg Subscription Ratoa PAYABLE IN ADVANCX Oft Tttr IrN ems Month t et rkrtc Monthi Mend money by rolloffice or KipttM Mot Ordtr Draft atfUured Letter or need tw Mat sumps Tkt due fttt your urn rs Itbcl ibowi ts- wht dour nbocrlplloll t Did It It II l banitd wiikla these wecu utu reawl rtltrMlsdtambers will to gladly Mppllc If ws ITS tiled Ftne prcmlnmi cheap with new rabterlptloni md prompt rcnemli Send for Iremlum List Liberal terms ji tn lo spy who buts tL7Ifomi fr IN brd or one ur Adrertlilnf rates on application HIUBKR or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION it tbts pension legislation is car rled out in England and Australia old ago will havo Us compensations A man isnt necessarily on the downward path because ho can trace his descent for many generations Somo people are born great some achieve greatness and somo manage to dodgo it by means of an antifa remedy What though meats bo high Aren thero 734000000 busbels of wheat in tight not to menUon a billion bush els of oats- Woman has two souls according to G Stanley tall Poor woman Man has trouble enough in saving one soul recording to all accounts Nearly 100000 is spent in Mexico City every week on lottery tickets and la the same period only about 70000 Is paid back in premiums While the finest Cuban tobaccos have less than two per coat of nicotine the rankest Kentucky tobacco contains nearly eight per cent we are now upon the season remarks the St Louis Times when tho expert swimmer takes the place of tho man who didnt know that it was loaded It looks like bumper crop in the west but tho farmers say this means ft bumper need for help also Tho demand for hands in the big wheatflelda Is by no means supplied It takes an ardent soul like tho secretary of agriculture adequately to do Ecribo tho big crop prospects Wilson can gild refined gold paint tho Illy and adorn the violet with ease and facility Tbo Vienna Academy of Science has spent nearly 9000 In working ton tons of uranium ore for radium The yield was three grains of pure radl um the largest amount over secured at once the value being 320000 F W Fitzpatrick consulting archly tect of the International Society of Building Commissioners says the fire loss In the United States every year theInew Tho whlto peril Is as threatening to the east as the yellow danger Is to tho west China and Japan should i agree lo stop tho Europeans and the Americans from cornering the whole of tho industrial and commercial markets in the far east At a court trial in Houston Tex recently 100 persons in attendance were relieved of pocket pistols bo fore entering the courtroom It has been said by a native that A man doesnt need a gun often in Texas but when lie does ho needs Itbad Massachusetts has a town of 600 Inhabitants which receives = 2750 annu i ally from A single hotel for license to sell liquor Tfete Is believed to be tho t highest license fee paid In tho United States The fee is nearly double the amount paid In Botrton and other large cities Asphaltic layers have boon found in Syria near Kferle a village about 25 LatakiaIcompeIrich in asphalt but also practically n exhautib1eit That great and prolific English painter J M W Tifrmer bequeathed Drltlsh nation when he died In 1181il pictures of his own the value oft was In 1902 estimated at 5000 000 These pictures consisted of 362 oil paintings 135 finished water col- orsi and over 20000 studies and sketches In referring to a recent trial In Ken tucky when a woman was acquitted for shooting another woman who stolo her husbands affection the Philadel phla Inquirer says the practice of shooting women who steal husbands may be ethical but not good practice and Inquires Why dont the wife keep her Wiibands devotion This everrthlngft woman r C a I Obesitys Problem of Being Too Fat and Its 11ByDR MARCEL LADDE I QBESITY or pronounced fatness is a disease and there is no controverting the fact that mcn and women are themselves responsible for allowing surplus avoirdupois to wreck their happiness and health and ruin their opportunities in life The doctor if he is n good one can only tell them that obesity arises from two specific causes namely overfeeding and untlor exercising In the case of most of them the doctor learns that the patient eats much and frequently because of n horror he has of suffering physical injury from hunger and its pains The proper treatment of obesity is founded on the physiological mechanism of obesity itself Since obesity is accounted for by an excess of feeding receipts over the expenditure of energy in the budget of the organism the remedy is pretty obvious namely first to diminish the feed ing receipts and secondly to increase the expenditure of energy in order to decrease the amount of adipose tissue nut again there is one very important part of any proposed remedy to consider You must have character enough to forego your old selfindulgence Every form of dissipation predisposes the body to the disease of fatness Indulgence in drinking weakens the muscular fiber and makes it so flabby or loose that tho adipose matter creeps into the interstices Overindulgence in Turkish or hot baths predisposes the system to fleshgathering in exactly tho tame way Cold baths on tho other hand by robbing the body of its heat diminish the superfluous grease in the system and so solidify the gene II texture of the frame However there is no denying it tho best thing is to avoid fatness if you con In order to do this thoro is needed character enough to dispense with all things that tend to weaken tho body and to eat and drinkonly what is necessary TheMalady ofthe Ae By WOODROW WILSON Freddtnt cl frinceUn Unlrcriltr Look about you with candid aye ami you shall find that the malady of tho age is lack of individual courage lack of in dividual integrity of thought and action We Reed not speak other countries or sweep a whole ago into our gunaralization Let us confinq our view to our own day and our own country What is the law of life in America now Is it that every man should form his own moral judgments and speak them fearlessly that every man should sock to govern his own life and square it with his own independent moral judgments Of course thero nover has been a time or a society in which tho individuals emerged from the mass in noticeable multitudes and tho air was quick with Retire independence It has always been the exceptional individual hero and thoro who asserted his own rights of conscienco and took command of his own conduct DotS America today show a largo or n small proportion of such mon That is the ultimate teat of vitality Imitation is not for the strong but for the wank not for tho indi vidual but for the mUM If imitation has become tho law of our life for tilt strong as well as for the weak then are wo indeed impoverished and a time of decline is at hand A democratic country more than nny other needs for its enrichment for its growth for that variation which is life men by the score the hun dred the thousand who have indomitable intellectual and moral initiative It needs more than that it needs men by the hundred thousand who will not submit to be put in tho wrong who will not sell their conscience who willnot run with the crowd out of craven fear and in despite of their con victions And where shall we get such men if not from tho colleges if not from amongst you who know the truth if you would but follow it You have sold your birthright when you have sold your independence of moral judgmentNo business looks impcrsgnal bul it is not so And oven if it were so what release of conscience would that bring ua We judge ourselves singly die with time flavor but one career on our palates aro laid away in our graves by neighbors who have known thb man not tho corporation of which he formed a parr And why do I speak only of the end Do we judge ourselves only on our death beds Do our neighbors assess us only at our funerals Is the daily conduct life not a daily process of judgment the assessment bf satisfaction or deep disappointment And is not the daily conduct of life a thing wholly of individual contribution What law of nature govern our moral lives except the laws operative in our own wills Let everyman find himself and see to the integrity of his own soul Let no imin deceive you lie that doeth righteousness is righteous And you are not to deceived about yourselves any more than you are to bo deceived about other mcn only when you do righteous are you righteous It is a stern code but it is the only sufficient one and its stern definiteness makes ninny timings clear Harem Women Are Happiest By MttiAH UABRT Condition Remedy of of of be I am a believer in the harem yet my own career is in remarkable contradiction with my theories That life in the harems of the cast places woman above all things protected and it is womans true condi tion and happiest state Life within the harem possesses if not liberty and equality at least fraternity The servants will at any time when two ladies are conversing take their seats beside them if they arc so able to continuo any work they have Jn hand and even offer remarks in conversation Yet for n harcmist my life line been remarkably full of life and adventure And yet such is fate I the most restless of women have married a man the most reposeful in the world one tethered to a stone I lie is a sculptor YetI am happy and for this home life I have determined after the prc entXpediHon to jjiveup all thoughts of voyages c FOUNDING OF QUAKER CITY TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTYFIVE YEARS AGO BEING CELEBRATED Not Since Centennial cf 1876 Haw Philadelphians Attempted Spectacle So Elaborate Philadelphia Oct GFrom out the historical belfry of Independence hall where once tho liberty of a newborn nation was proclaimed thero came Sundry the pools of a boll to signal tho opening of the most unique and significant civic celebration tho coun try has ever witnessed Dells and chimes In all tho city churches Joined In tho bronzotongucd chorus and Philadelphia was aroused at dawn to a realization of tho advent of Founders week tho 225th anniver sary of the founding of tho city Profound services of pralso and thanksgiving held in tho churches Sunday will bo followed Monday and throughout all of the coming week by a succession of pageants which prom Iso to eclipse anything of the kind heretofore attempted Not since the famous centennial cel ebration of 1S76 have the citizens of Philadelphia been aroused to such a pitch of enthusiasm Tho history of the city too Is so closely allied wMh tho history of tho American people ai to give national scope to the commem orative features of tho celebration The downtown streets Sunday night arc thronged with thousands of visit ors and the buildings which by day had been a mass of waving colors are Sunday night brilliantly outlined in the fire of countless electric bulbs The Founders week celebration as a whole Is tho most pretentious under taking this city has over nttcniptod The program which will not bo con eluded until next Saturday midnight Is crowded with Interesting and area tacular events The attractions are of tho widest possible scope but nil have been ar ranged with the central Idea of show ing tbo progress of tho city from Its founding nearly a hundred years bo toro the signing of the Declaration bf Independence down to mho present day Thursday has been set apart PS naval day and thoro are now anchored in the harbor practically every naval vessel in commission on this side oi tho world RACING WHEN A TIRE EXPLODED Wrecking the Machine One Dead and Two Fotally Injured Now York Oct 5Art impromptu race on tho river road near Ft 1e N JH between a 36honi ower Pan hard oar owned by Charles WeUbeck or the provision king of Harlem and a fast machine which It chanced to encounter resulted Sunday after neon In death for Mr Welabecker and probable fatal Injuries for lima wife and friend Louis Ungrtch MrslVeisbecker died from a fray turd skull throe hours after the accl dent Ills wife and Mr Ungrich In jured In Identically the same manner were still alive In the KnglowOod hos pital Sunday night but thero was little hope for their recovery Ungrlchs wife suffering from seep wounds and shock and a French chauffeur known only as Felix who had four ribs broken and was Injured Internally are also in a critical condition The accident occurred because a roar tire on tho Ianhard car exploded while It was running at the rate of 46 miles an hour behind the other ma chine The loss of tho tiro caused the car to skid It shot across the road Into tho curb plugged forward until It struck an electric pole and oven then was going so fast that it turned a headon somersault tho tonnoau ris ing and striking the pole after the front of tho machine had struck it forcing the forward wheels back and underneath Mother and Daughter Killed Ashland Pa Oct 6A terrible au tomobile accident occurred to n merry chestnut party residents of Ashland Sunday morning near Gordon two miles south of horn A 40borsopowcr Rambler driven by Peter Young who was accompanied by his wife a son and a daughter and a nephew got beyond control and tho machlno plunged over an embankment Into a cut 30 feet below turning turtle Mrs Young and her 10 year old daughter were instant ly killed Young tbo driver and ills Bon Peter and the nephew Charles Clark aro at tho Miners hospital The Injuries of all are considered serious Young says tho steering apparatus failed lo work Father Killed In Pistol Duel Adrian Go Oct 6While eloping with Miss SAllle Heasloy aged 15 Jor dan Swain Was overtaken by the girls father and in the duel that resulted the latter was killed Swain had boon forbidden by Bcasley to visit mho lilt ters daughter An elopement was then planned by him After tho trag edy tho girl and her lover continued their light and it Is supposed that they have been married Aged Attorney Burned To Death Mlnton N D Oct IiCoI J C Marcy aged 77 years at one time one of the most prominent attorneys In the northwest was burned to death at hU home here Tho flro was caused by the upsetting of a lamp Fatal Gotham Blaze Now York Oct5Flro persons are believed to havobesn burned to death and several were Injured one fatally in n fire Ina crowded tenement bout on Mulberry street between 1 rod 1 oclock Monday morning JENNIE SAVED THE TRAIN And She Was Glad She Did Not Go to the Fair fly Sydney Merryfleld Aged 15 Mother cant I go to with tho girls this afternoon Theres to bo an ex cursion to tho Mlllgrovo fair and all tho girls are going together Theyll have K fine time Cant I go mother Such was tho exclamation that 13 rcarold Jennie Creek addressed to lien mother ono September morning She lived with her parents on a little farm In Indiana so it was only natural that she had not attended many merrymak ings such as tho Mlllgrovo county fair promised to bo Her parents had never been wealthy but this year In particular things had gone badly with them Tho com crop had failed and although they were not reduced to actual poverty they had to deny them solves ninny of tho pleasures they would otherwise havo enjoyed hot mother hesitated drew a deep sigh and said slowly Im afraid Jennie I cannot let you go Father just made n payment on the house yesterday and I havent tho money to spare Im sorry but Id lot you go It wo could afford 1L Mrs Creeks voice was kindly sym pathetic but weary and her face bore traces of sorrow and care Jennie blinked hard to keep back the tears that threatened to come but she un derstood and tried to bo bravo That afternoon she went out In the woods near her fathers home but eho did not spend n very pleasant afternoon all by herself and tryas she might sbo could not forgot her die appointment of tho morning It won gutting rather dark whon she started She Riihed Along the Track for home Inrtoad of taking the path that led through the meadow she de tiled to return by the railroad track so that she might MO tho merry ex cordon party returning from their day at the fair Site ran swiftly on toward the bridge for she knew tho txcuralon special was nearly duo Out what a smoke and queer burn- Ing smell Had her father lighted a bonfire somewhere she wondered Then she stopped aghast Whore was tho bridge Cone Burnt away she screamed A spark from n pUling train must havo caught tho dried wood during tho night and wrought the havoc And tho excursion train was rushing blindly on Us way to destruction Jennies face grow palo as this thought flatbed across her mind There was no time to run and ask what to donot a moment must bo lost Somo one must give warning and theres only me she gasped with a breathless sob as she scrambled up tho steep slope Already she could hear through the clear autumnal air the rumblo of tho distant train as It dashed along with Its precious human freight Tearing off her red flannel shgwl and waving it frantically she rushed along time track toward the fast advancing train Face to face with death she thought noth ing of herself but of the awful fate awaiting tho returning excursionists should her signal not bo seen FAr ahead the engineer noticed a speck on tho horizon something red being waved Quick as thought he reversed tho lever and only just In time The train came to a standstill on the very brink of the precipice where the bridge hid been Always after that when Jennlo wanted lo go to an entertainment at Mlllgrovo she did not have to worry bout her railroad faro for In several lays she received a kind letter from ho manager of tho railroad thanking ler for hoi bravo deed and nccora janylng the letter was a life pass for tho use of herself and parents First Pago Story in Detroit Free Press Now the Wireless Telephone The wireless telephone Is being steadily pushed toward commercial practicability by the Inventors The work of the French naval lieutenants Colin Jcance and Mercier and Mr Lee De Forest bf this city seems al ready to have opened the other to wire lets converse of an experimental na Lure over distances of tram 300 to GOO miles and Mr Poulscn Copenhagen has promised a ironsAtlantic wireless telephone jcpn i New Yotk Globe n JNEW FORMS OF KlTfiS If You Are Handy You May Want tt Try Them I have always been n great patron in her majestys domain of Kltclnnd mid I may say somewhat of an orig hater writes Norman Osborno In Scientific American I find It tho most perfect llycr as well as stayer among all kites I was tho maker and flyer of tho sailor kite shown In tho draw lag Have niado hundreds of kites The Salo Kite though not all shapes and shaped this ono to meet tho flWOaticss of Call fornla winds Its extreme lightness and elasticity will not withstand strong gusty winds but for Htit TN Arrow Kits zephyrs It Is a apperb flyer In ay experience It Is the finest kite la shape and action of any kind except ing perhaps the box variety about which I know very little I have over handled Hut It Is not one easily handled by boys who have little ex perience In kite flying as It rcQUlro skill and knowledgo to guide It Tho arrow kite is something new and will prove a valued addition U kltcdom as It carries throe tails and will prove a high flyer Hath these kites will require taro both In the making and material A MATCH TRICK How to Form Three Squares with Four Whole and Four Half Matches IITltl mittch trick although rtmplo you know how to do It Is net as easy as it appears and la rather in genlouL The problem Is to form three squares with four whole matches and four half matches using all ef them and not totting them overtop The remit Is arrived at by making two Xebaped crosses whlob touch one another with tho whole matures and completing a square at each end with tho halves The whole trick sounds simple but If tried on some one who has never How It Is Done soon It before It will prove suQqlently difficult to keep thorn amused for rnmw little time Who Said Who said Ho sure you are right then go ahead f Who said Nothing except a battle lost can be eo melancholy as a battle won Who said I make war on the living not on tho dead Who said My children If you lone sight of your colors rally too my white plume Who said Lot mo dlo in my old American uniform In which I havo fought my battle other forgive mo for over putting on OofO Neighborly A few days after a farmer had sold a pig to n neighbor ho chanced to pats the neighbors place where ho saw their little boy sitting on tho eageof tho pigpen watching Its new occupant How dye do Johnny said he hows your pig toiUyT Oh pretty well thank jou replied the boy How ore your tolkar Modern Answer What became of Nineveh asked a Sunday schoolteacher lon was destroyed said Johnny promptly And what became of Tyro Punctured A Fact George I saw n man crossing the street this morning taking 12 stoiit ala time John My dear tlcorgo George Its a fact You we he wu carrying a small stepladder A Great Feat George Well James bo ytiuve put your foot In it at last I always sidd you would James Put my foot In Itf What do myfooUGeorge In your boot of course Jlmtnle dear re M EVANSSONACCUSEDHE MARTIAL AT MANILA CHARGES VERY SERIOUS Philippine Capital Greets the Atlantic FleetGreat Water Parade Is Followed by Formal Calls Manila Limit Frank Taylor Evans f bOf tho battleship Ixnilslana and Llout Charles Hurt of tho battleship Georgia will be tried before a special court martial board which will assemble on the battleship Wisconsin Monday Tho charges against Lieut Evans are for being absent from his station whllo acting ns chief of tho deck us ing profane and disrespectful lan guage to n Muporlor officer and Intoxi cotton Tho charges against Llout Hurt aro for conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman LlouL livens donlflH tho charge of Intoxication and says that he will offer the testimony of n number of wit nemos to prove that ho haa been sober awl quite fit for duty Rear Admiral as Chairman Roar Admiral Seton Schroeder of the ImlllMhlp Wisconsin will net as provident of the court Lieut Rank Taylor ttwui is the son of Admiral Robley Kvunn who took tho battleship fleet from Hamp ton Road to the Pacific coast Midshipman Richard Bernard of tho battleship Ixiiiltlana was tried before n oourtmartlnl board at Albany Aus trnlla and tho sentence was dismissal front tho sonrlco Bernard was found Utility of being under the Influence of liquor while on parade In Mel bourne Midshipman Ilwnrd 11 Connor of the battttMhlp Mlnnemta will be tried on tho charge of being undor the In fluence of liquor whllo at Albany Australia Opt Hugo Oslorhanto of the battleship Connecticut acted as prtwldcnt of the court which sen 4enccd Midshipman Bernard Fleet In Double Column Freeh from a triumphant recaption hi Australian jwru aad with their ralee around Ute world twothlrda Rcconpllebed the 16 UttlMtilpa of tile American fleet which started from Hampton Rood last December wore MOOred In double column Sat antsy off tho breakwater close to tho IHoetn whence a splendid view of the wnrehlps was obtainable Friday night After the fleet bad owe to anchor thousands of redden of tbe UlaoUs crowded every available spot corn mandlRg a view of the anchorage and the general air of expectancy and ex cl lenient added to the eager Interest that line attended the fleets coming Noisy Welcome for Fleet ThottMnda of persons Saturday thronged the Lunota or public square which wee brilliantly Illuminated A land contort with a spirited l mt ram and selections by tho bugle corps of the Nlnth cavalry wero features of tho entertainment provided for tho crowds From tho harbor tho long line of lights marking the berths of the war hipt twinkled In response to the blaze of electric Illumination on shore and as It grew later tho buzc and hum of clattering crowds settled Into tho tlllnees of tho tropical night Thorn woro no exchanges of formal calls with tho shore until Saturday Aftor the water parade in tho morn Ing In which all Manila participated Gov Smith called upon Admiral Spcr ry who later landed and returned tho tall also paying his respects to MnJ Un Wo ton commanding tho troops stationed In Manila Roar Admiral Sperry has finally do elded not to land any men hero and to maintain a practical quarantine of tho ships during their stay The offi cers will bo allowed brief shore liberty under close restrictions Lively Day In Plttsburg Plttaburg PI10ver a score of men women nnd children were Injured Homo of them so painfully that treat mont at tho various hospitals was necessary during tho great historical It 6 and Industrial pageant Thursday In III celebration of Pittsburgh sosqulccn tcnnlal anniversary It Is estimated that over 300000 persons lined the route of the parade At night tho streets of tho city were crowded with Kay mnsquqradqrB Minnesota Town Burned Rt Clond Minn Foley the county tQt of Henson county Minn a vii lags of 1000 people was practically destroyed by fire Tho place has lit tlo fire protection only n gasoline en Kino Owing to strong winds the fire spread rapidly St Cloud was ap pealed to for aid but could do noth ing Tho loss Is estimated at 76000 Cloudburst Drowns Eight Manila A belated official lobo gram has just been received hero which reports that n cloudburst struck the penal colony at Iwahtg and that eight persons woro drowned including Harold MacKnIght tho superintendent of tho farm Boat Sunk to Extinguish FIre Mobile AlnJoiru broke out nt two oclock Friday afternoon in tho after hold cf the Mallory lint steamer Rio Grande loading at her docks and It was necessary to flood tho after hold to extinguish tho flames Clio Rio Grando sank stern down Commander Bernadou Dies Washington Commander John B Tlenmdou American naval attache of the ombauslca nt Homo and Vienna lied at the naval hospital In New York city Friday u a MOLDS ELECTED HEAD CHICAGOAN MADE PRESIDENT DV HANKERS AT DENVER Proposition to Establish Postal Say Inns flanks Condemned In Resolu tluni Adopted by Financiers Denver ComTho thirtyfourth on mini convention of tlio American Hank ore association camo to un end Thursday afternoon with the election of George M Reynolds of Chicago president and Lewis B 11 orson of Now York first vicepresident Thirtyeight new members were an flounced and n vicepresident rtpit seating each of tho slates having rep resentative In the association was named Tho convention also placed Itself squarely on record ns against both the proposition to guarantee bank do posits and that to establish postal sav lags banks A lively dlscuulon occurred over tho report of tho federal legislative committee opposing those plants The resolution offered by the committee however contained n condemnation of the guarantee law only making no tnojitlon of the postal savings banks A light led by Clifton II llrockenrldgo of Arkansas WAS made to Include con demnation of postal wiving banks In the lame resolutions An nnicndnmnl to tho rvwlutlon was offered substituting time words sit Is a delusion that the tax upon tho strong will prevent the folium of the weak for tioctlou Sus reported which road It unjustly weakens tho strong and unfairly ntrcnslhens the week banks The ainimdment was adopted and tho report of the committee with Its rein lotion was then carried without n dis seating voice Mr Hreckenrldgo then offered the following resolution which was also adopted with only two or three dis senting votes That tho American honking asso ciation condemns as unwise nnd hurt ful all proposals to establish postal savings honks Nearly two hours wore consumed with the reports of vlc prold nt8 from the several states the consen sus of which was that time ogecU of the recent imnlc are rapidly jawing away throttffboHt the country FUTILE ATTEMPT TO ROB DANK Yeggmen Use Dynamite In Cogswell N D and Then Flee CoRnwelt N DCttisso arouood at lli a in Wednesday by three Ills moat explosion pored out from their homos to Owl that yecsmeii had blown off Ute front door of tho ute In the Stargent County State bark tail had led before they secured any loot Tho robbers stole a handcar at Nlejiolten na the Boo rod and canto hero upon It They transferred the car to tho Milwaukee line and used It to make their escape They abandoned the car near Newark S D and attempted to conceal It IB a oornflehl Tho an llmritleH have sent to lilunarck for hounds to track the fugitive and POMOM aro out after theta MICHIGAN OFFICIALS OUSTED Collector and Special Agent at Port Huron Removed Washington Ai the result of a re port made by the civil service commis sion President Roosevelt late Friday removed Lincoln Avery collector of tho port at Port Huron Mich and alto directed tho removal of Charles II Dalloy special agent of tho treas ury at that place Tho civil service committee found proof of charges of settees violations of tho rules nnd regulations In regard to campaign as sessments which also Involved on tho part of Special Agent Dalloy per nicious activity In politics Dig Strike Has Collapsed Winnipeg Man Indications are that tho Canadian Pacific railroad me chanics strike has collnpsed Dull Hardy who has been conducting the strike from Montreal arrived In this city Tuesday to confer with Vice President Whyto nnd if possible ar range for tho mon to bo taken back It Is understood that a message was received from tho International tabor Federation at Washington advising tho men to approach tho company Imme lately with a view to going back Cant Take Liquor from Depot Lawton Okla It Is n violation of the prohibition law for a trans tar man or any other person to con vey liquor from tho railroad depot Liquor shipped from without the state ceases to be Intorstato commerce after It loaves tho carriers hands This Is tho opinion of Judge J H Wolverton of tho county court announced In n liquor case hero Wednesday Powder House Blows Up Spencer N CTwo lives were lost and 20 or more persons wero Injured In Spencer Thursday night by the ex plosion of n powder storage house on tho yards of tho Southern Railway Company and most of the buildings near by wore damaged by the shock and tho fire which followed Georgian Dies on Shipboard TokyoII P Smart of Savannah Gn died September 24 on board tho steamer Mongolian while en route to this city to visit his daughter the wife of Dr Fnohr secretary of tho German embassy Mr Smarts death wna duo to double pneumonia Fatal Runaway Accident St louts Sirs C H Shea of Ham ilton Ont and her husband were injured tho former probably fatally In a runaway accident near FJorrissant Friday 1TH PARAMOUNT PROBLEM n MORE GOULD CASE BRIBERY HOTEL EMPLOYE TOLD PRIEST OF BEING OFFERED 2000 Wife Submits Affidavit Defending Her self Against Charge of Drunken ness Made by Husband Now York That 3000 had been offered an employe of tho Hotel St Regis to give false testimony against Mrs Howard Gould was time substance of an affidavit purporting to have boot made by Rev Father Joseph G Murray which was presented to Justice Gligerlch lu the supreme court Friday The caw came up before tho Jus lice on a motion to strike out certain allegations In Mrs Goulds complaint In her suit for u separation from her husband as scandalous and Irrelevant Mm Qoalda counsel opposed the mo lion and presented several affidavits In which It was charged that certain wit florins sod been hired to testily In favor of Mr Gould Tho affidavit of Fatter Murray was one of tho papers presented It declares that Michael H Doody had told the priest that while he WM employed at the Hotel St HBIl where Mrs Gould lived a de tective went to him with the proposi thin that he give a proper report of lire Goulds comings and goings at tho hotel the amount of wIno she drank mud the names of her visitors notably those of them that worn mon Another affidavit made by Maurice Molloy allogue that Molloy was undor contract while custodian of Castle Gould nt Port Washington to treat lire Gould In a contemptuous fashion Tho lawyer for Mrs Gould recited bow it WAS alleged that Molloy had gone Into tho house sat on divans and puffed cigarette smoke In Mrs Goulds face when site ordered him out of the house An affidavit submitted by Mrs Gould In reply to allegations of her husband that she Is addicted to tho use of In toxicating liquors says When living In the country and spending most of my time In the open air I have drunk a cocktail on sit tins down to luncheon and generally n glass nf white wino with luncheon At dinner whenever I felt like It I drank a cocktail nnd a glass of cham pagne Wo woro always accustomed to have wIno served at these meals but that was time extent of my drink ing Bulgaria Prepares for War LondonA news agency dispatch from Sofia says It Is officially nn nounced thoro that M Mallnoff presl dent of tho council has telegraphed Prince Ferdinand who Is making n tour of Europe requesting him to re turn to SoOa The message Is said to Indicate the urgency of tho situa tion It Is stated that Prince Ferdi nand received the telegram and that his Immediate return Is expected All tho factories capable of supplying war material tho dispatch adds are work- Ing day and night und preparations for mobilization are being openly pushed forward Mine Workers Secretary Resigns 1IU burg Pa Announcement was made hero Thursday that W D Ryan national secretarytreasurer of the United Mine Workers of America had tendered his resignation and will ac cept the position of commissioner of arbitration of the Southwestern Coal Operators association Gen J E Summers Dies Washington Word has been received hero of tho death Thursday at Atlantic City N J of Brig Gen J E Summers of the Army Medical corps Six Men Killed In Collision Portland OraA logging train belonging to tho Chapman Logging Com pony at Scappooso 20 miles north of Portland was In collision with a Northern Pacific train Thursday Six of the crow of the logging train wore killed and eight Injured Dr Mann Is Elected Bishop Washington Dr Alexander Mann ot Plymouth Kpiicppal church Boston waa Thursday night elected bishop of the Protestant diocese of Washington oo the seventh ballot I OPPOSE DR KOCHS THEORY Experts Dislike His HumanBovine Ideas Washington Pronounced oppo sition to tho theory advanced by Dr Robert Koch tho eminent Gor- man scientist who minimizes tho dan ger of human Infection from bovlno tuberculosis and who declares that time tubercle bacilli of bovlno tuber culosis aro different from those of hu Oman tuberculosis developed Itself at Fridays session of the International Congress on Tuberculosis The con troversy occurred In tho section on Time Prevalence and Economics on Tuberculosis of Animals nnd tho Gorman scientists theories wero com bated by some of tho most prominent veterinary physicians In tho United States Loaders In the opposition to Leaders In tho opposition to tho Koch theory were Dr Otto G Noack of Reading Pa D Arthur Hughes of Cornell university C J Marshall of Philadelphia 11 Reno Reynolds of the University ot Minne sota and Voronus A Moore of Ithaca N Y LORD ROSSLYN IS DEFEATED His Roulette System Proved Fallacious by Sir Hiram Maxim London The unique gambling con teat between Sir Hiram Maxim and Lord Rosslyn come to an end Tuesday afternoon nnd shows defeat for the system advanced by the latter Lord Rosslyn claimed that by his system of playing It was possible to win at roulette against tho Monte Carlo bank Sir Hiram said this was Impossible and In ordor to settle the controversy tho two mon began play- Ing roulette In a Plcadllly club Sir Hiram conducting the game in the samo way It is played at Monte Carlo Lord Rosslyn started to play with 50000 In dummy money and the bank had an equal amount Lord RoBslyns system has been proved to be utterly fallacious DAVIS HELD FOR MURDER Suspect In Rustln Case Released on 10000 Ball Omaha NebFollowing a five days legal battle before Police Judge Crawford Charles Edward Davis was bound over to tho district court Tues day to answer the charge of murder I the first degree for tho killing of Dr Frederick Rustln on the morning 01 September 2 Ball was fixed at 10 000 which was promptly furnished by two brothers of the defendant and the accused man was permitted to go al though ho will remain In charge of a guard which has been retained by the Davis family Carload of Abandoned Children St Paul MinnA carload of 60 brightlooking boys and girls from Now York reached St Paul Wednesday The unusual consignment was made up of children who had been do serted by their parents and had been sheltered In tho foundling hospital bl tho metropolis They aro being taken to tho Dakotas where homes have been found for them among the farm ors On their arrival here ubout 35 of tho children were transferred to a Soo line coach to be taken to points along that road In North Dakota Nebraska Bank Robbed Fairfield NebThu State bank at Doweese was dynamited and robbed early Friday All the cash about 2COO was taken Tools were taken from a railroad lool house to make an opening through tho brick walls of the vault after which tho steel safe wet blown open Tho number of the bandits and their way of coming and going is entirely unknown Big Blaze at Winthrop Beach RostonA brisk fire broke out In the summer colony at WInthrop Beach at 1130 oclock Friday night Crcal Hall a summer hotel accommodating 75 guests and tho Ocean house were soon In flames and a largo number oi cottages near by wore threatened Illinois Banker is IndIcted Peorla 1IIJame W Quillan owner of a private bonk at Ipavu III wet Indicted Friday on ten counts for re celvlng deposits after he knev the banK was Insolvent IS 1 Round About the StateWhat Is Going On in Different UI Sections of Kentucky W DEATH RIDES WITH AUTO PARTY I When Machine Hits Street CarFour Were Injured Louisville IyMiss Katherine Horde member of a prominent family was almost instantly killed Robert Payne a young society man was trip pled perhaps permanently and four other persons were more or less se verely bruised when an automobile col lided with a street car at 28th street and Broadway Tho automobile was tho property of Dr Raymond Minor who was out for a spin with n party of friends Resides tbo hest and Miss Horde nnd Mr Payne tho other guests were Miss Edna Harris and Miss Ida Edel man They and the chauffeur also were severely bruised NOT LEGALLY CITIZENS Are Many In Kentucky Who Have Nat uralization Papers Louisville Ky Many rosldunta of Kentucky bearing naturalization pa pars aro not legally accredited clllzans ot tho United States according to n decision of Federal Judge Walter Evans Ho was passing on the appllca ion for naturalization of J A Ha bock of Paducah These papers were not signed by tho applicant but by the lawyer In tho case Judge Evans remarked that slnco J90C by an act of congress county Judges had no more right to naturalize foreigners than any other citizens lie said that Ken tucky Judges seemed never to have heard of that act Vicious Jack Attacks Farmer Mt Sterling KyJ Ernest Hoary a farmer of tho Aarons Run neighbor hood Is in a serious condition at his homo as a result of an attack on him by a vicious Jack which he was hand ling Without warning the Jack grabbed Mr Henrys arm In his teeth and tore time flesh from tho bono between the elbow and hand badly lacerating the arm Henrys condition Is serious as blood poison Is feared Tho Jack bad always been consldcrd harmless Forest Survey Frankfort KyWith tho exception of three counties the government ex ports who have been making a survey cf timber and forest lands have com pleted their work Commissioner Rankln received their report and they left for Western Kentucky to mako a survey of tho coal fields In three coun ties The report will cover tho forest survey of Fleming Robertson Rowan Dath Monifeo Wolfe Powell Estill and Jackson counties Jury Sustains Will New Castle Ky After a contest of nearly three days In Henry circuit court a Jury brought In a verdict sus taining tho will of Frank J Buttlmcr who had bequeathed an estate ot soy oral thousand dollars to his wife for merly Miss Kate OConnoll who sur vives without children The contest ants were Clarence Demarce and wife time latter a sister of the testator Dig Blaze at Paducah Paducah KyPiro which started in tho Model store at Denton destroyed 30000 worth of property Tho heav lest losers were the Model Store Co 35000 S U Palmer buildings 10 000 J W McKlnney undertaking es tablishment 1500 Vaughan Bros livery stable 2000 There was two thirds Insurance Tho fire was caused by the explosion of a gasoline lamp Willson Appoints Shearer Covington KYoov Augustus E Willson appointed P IL Shearer of Erlangor as n Justice of tho peace to succeed T J Chlldrcss who died suddenly about six weeks ago Mr Shear er was formerly a letter carrier of Cov lngton and Is the father of Capt Shearer now In the Philippine Islands DryLexington ot the drought tho famous Bryan Station spring has gone dry for tho first time in history It was from this spring that tho courageous women headed by Jemima Suggett Johnson brough- water to their besieged husbands I the Bryan Station fort 126 years ago Blind Mans Goods Attached London KyA Baltimore clothing concern attached a quantity of goods ot tho stock of the Peoples Store Co an Incorporated concern doing general merchandising busing here The at tached concern Is operated by a blind man giving his name ns M Thnrp Davis BarnFrankfort KyThe largo tobacco and hay barn on the farm of Mrs Ellen Moore In WOO Jrd county was corned and It is strongly suspected hat tho fire was of incendiary origin Tho barn contained about 150 tons of hay and a small amount of tobacco Falls Nearly 300 feet Lexington KyAn unknown pea senger on time Louisville Southern rail way train from Lavrenceburg to Lex- Ington lumped from the train while it WitS passing over a high bridge ti fell 266 toot to tho water Dr G W Whitney Succumbs Lexington KyDr John W Whit Hey 79 died In St Josephs hospital ot heart failure Dr Whitney was a graduate ot Jefferson Medical college Phil ulelphla and had practiced In Lazing tou Ci years He was well known M N t WORK FOR CANNONS DEFEAT Bitter Attack on Speaker Met With Applause by Temperance Workers Owensboro KyThat tho speaker of tho house of representatives shall no longer rule this nation as a czar was the declaration of Rev J W West of Louisville who spoke at tho tom perance session of tho Louisville con ference of tho Methodist Episcopal church south When the speaker de Blared that the power ot Christian cit izenship will be used to defeat Joe Cannon there was applause In differ ont parts of tho large auditorium- A man like Cannon is a disgrace to the Amorlcnn people and unfit to pro side over any decent body declared Mr West But the war Is on against him It is mndo certain by tho de termination of honest citizenship that he shall no longer rule as the czar of tho house of representatives- Mr West superintendent of the Kentucky antl saloon league WARRANTS OF PUBLIC TREASURY Unpaid In State Because of Expense of Fighting Night Riding Frankfort KyAlthough Gov Win son leas been In ofllcc but 10 months ho has spent more money for troops than former Gov Beckham did the eight years preceding The pay rolls of the soldiers luring Gov Wllisons term so far have amounted to 100000 whllo Beckham spent in eight years 91387 This sum Include tho expense the stale was put to during the Hargls trials The state Is borrowing heavily from the school fund to keep up the general expense fund There will bo enough monoy In the treasury to pay off tho county teachers but that call will de plete the treasury Outstanding war rants amount to 125000 Must Pay Pro Rata Louisville KyAn order was entered in the federal court hero by Judge Walter Evans that T A Pod dloy receiver of tho Owensboro Sav ings Bank and Trust Co collect tho amount of liability of the bank pro rata from each stockholder Suit had been brought asking that tho stockholders bo held liable personally and a demurrer on their part was overruled by Judge Evans Adjudged Solvent Louisville Ky Federal Judge Walter Evans declared the Kentucky Coal Mining Co Incorporated In Oklahoma and with ogees in Union county solv ant and ho refused to appoint a re ceiver Suit for onohad been brought by II J Muelhauser of Cleveland on the ground of Irregularity and fraud Judge Evans hold that there was notb Ing to connect the present officers with Irregularity Veterans Elect State Officers Ixjulsvllle Ky OHlcere for the ensuing year wero elected by tho Slate Veterans of tho Confederacy T P Johnson of Lexington Col James Rogers ot Bourbon county nnd Capt W J Stone of Lyon county wero elected brigadier commanders and Col Bennett H Young of this city was elected brigadier division com mander for the state Postmaster Ends His Life Covington Ky Chorged with em bezzlement Postmaster James II Fordu0 blew out his brains with a pistol In the corridor of the post of fice In Benton Ky He leaves n widow and children Tho shortage in tho ot flee is placed at about 300 Prominent Attorney Dies Louisville Ky Lcandcr Cobb Wool folk 65 former county attorney of Jer ferson died suddenly at time homo or his brothcrlnlaw Rev John Rulo at Goshen Ky 12 miles from Louisville Woolfolk was one of tho most promi nent members of the Kentucky bar To Meet In November Frankfort KyStnte Librarian Frank K Kavanaugh received notice from President William F Yust ot the Kentucky Library Association that annualnmectlns In Frankfort on and 13 next Escaped InNight Gown Paducah Ky Twenty night riders called at the home of Clifton Osburn a farmer In Lyon county lu the night supposedly to whip him but Oiburn escaped In his underVlothes through n rear window and went to the camp ot the soldiers six miles away Minister and Wife Drowned Springfield KyRev F 1t Hill of Perryvlllo n Methodist minister and his wife were drowned In Chaplin rlr tr They started to ford the strum when the horse became unmanageable overturning the buggy The couple hud been married a week Church and Hall Burn Winchester KyTho church and hall of tho ElkIn Masonic lading at Kl kin this county were burned with all their contents Loss 1200 with theoblaze is not known Dank Takes New Name Louisville KyThe Continental Na tional bank succeeding the Western National bank opened kern with a capital of 200000 and a surplus ot 10000 W Fh Netherlund prcaldast and the old officers remain- S eA O O oeou u0 0 0 r 0 I East Kentucky Correspondence i f News You Get Nowhere Else m No eorretpoadiic pibuikrt 1011 steed ID Wen by mt wntei rbt um g- I hot rut nblimttfl net u ti ends o at erred faith ent Unw S oooooooooooo STILL COMING Many Students Enter Berea Each Week Special Help for Late- Comers Fifteen or twenty new students entered the various departments of Berea College last week putting the total number far ahead of any lIre vloua fall term Special arrangements aro made to help those late comers Secretary Gamble expects fully a hun dred more in the next three weeks and they will get in a heap If good work before the end of tbe time CHAPMAN AND ALEXANDER The greatest Gospel Preacher and the greatest Gospel Singer will be In Berea two days Wednesday and Thursday October 21 and 22 All Christian Workers and everybody else earnestly Invited to come and share the blessing They visit only Berea and Louisville in this state The College offers free en tertalnmnt to all ministers of the Gospel and others can find lodging at very small cost- JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce J W Mulllna of Egypt Ky wean didate for County Judge of Jackson County subject to the action of the Republic party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Mauiden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub Sect to the action of the Reuubllcan party McKKi McKee Sept 28CIrcuIt Court ad journed last Thursday Two sentences were given Isaac Harrison for cne year for breaking Jail and James Baldwin two years for mallcous cu t Ing and wounding Sheriff Lainhart started to Frankfort with the prisoners yesterday morning The Grand Jury returned 54 True Bills 23 ot which are felony charges There are more charges of felony on the docket than ever before at one time in the history of the county The noted land case of Smith Kelly and others against A J Shepherd resulted In a verdict for ShepherdDr J D Hays and Miss Dora Sparks were married last Thursday evening The Sunday school convention held here last Sun day was well attended Mr Vaughn the State worker gave a very Inter esting lecture at each session At his evening lesture at the Academy building he held his audience spellbound I for olmoot an hourThe ed Itr of The Citizen stayed over night here last Friday and took supper with Mrs Mossier We are always glad to see Mr Trost The Teachers Association for Division No 2 will be held at Mt Gilead school house next SaturdayThere will be a Sunday school picnic held In Mrs Hlgnltes upper bottom next SaturdayI Greenhall Sept nan of Richmond Ky was In Jack son County this week on buslno J P Wilson has bought a new sow Itts machine Clifton Wilson Is gett fag ready to enter Boron Collego Many of tho Jackson County people were disappointed by not meeting Judge H C Faulkner at tilts term of McKee Court Silas Flanery fd Joseph Mlntor are gone to Leslie COflsblnWe hear Zaoh Whicker has gone to Ohio on a visit Mrs Julia Couch Is very 111 Luther DIShI op and wife are visiting In Clay I thiswee1Dud Thomas is hauling I ties for Jas B UaltEd Minter Is working at tho Hall Stave miltMrs C A Creech is attending tho Asso elation this week at tho Wars in Clay CountyAbe Tacket has bought a now sewing machine M T Robin t sAn is drilling a wellD L Lee is able to Io out again but his broken arm is yet In bad shapeR H Evans is making sorgham J D Pier son has bought twentysix thousand Ifeetof lumber for his new dwelling has It all now on the yard Jesse Halbrool sold to the Jackson I Bargain Store two watermelons that weighed C5 lbsMiss Rebecca Hurst who has been In Hamilton Ohio for a few years is visiting at Island City W D Plorson and J P Wilson are getting up two loads of potatoes to haul to the Beattyville market Mr and Mrs James D Pierson and Mr and Mrs W B Pierson visited the Mount Gllead Singing school and found tho classes well arranged and w non nin n nSnSniM Idoing good workMujor Pierson 18 his parents this week but I will return to Berea soon hTlll 1 Ethel Sept 28 People are vcry busy making sorghum Several Ileo plo of this place attended the Odd Fellows march at Burning Sprint Saturday and reported a nice tlme Mrs Louisa Tincher Is back at her daughters Mrs Martha RlcesMr3 Polly Canlns visited Mr and Mrs Arch Marcum Saturday night Mlsi Mary FrO was the guest of Mrs Marlon Smith Saturday night and Sunday Mr I S Messer and farallj visited Mr Wm Messer Sunday Mr Burnett Bingham Is planning to gc to Breathltt County canvassing for Wm CarterMr George Tlnchei passed through hero yesterday Mr Stephen Rice and wife visited U S G Rices a few days last weekMI Nute Smith passed thru here Mon dayMiss Ida Allen was the guest ol Daisy Marcum Sunday Mrs Molllc Dell of Owsley County visited her mother Mrs P J Metcalf Saturday and Sunday The logging men of this place are very busy hauling logs before the roads get bad Born to the wife of Enoch Banks a boyMrs Sal lie Rices baby Is very slckMr C C Frye of Bell County has been visiting friends and relatives In this part Mr Fryo bought a farm near Annvllle and will move to It soon Mr U S Rice Is In Manchester on business Mr and Mrs Jas Derry and family and his brother of Rock castle County visited her relatives near Ehel a few days agoMr J Q Rice Is ImprovingMr Jas Bowman Is In London this week Miss Mary J Smith who has been slclc so long Is slowly Improving Mary and Henry Rice attended church at Mt Olive Thursday night nxvlt- Tyner Sept 28 Miss Claud lIam ilton visited Miss Zoe Moore Sunday night The Welchburg boys defeated the Annvllle boys Saturday Messrs Chester and Everett and Miss Nora Jones visited Mrs Llllle Noutz Satur day night Mr Sam Davis called at Jim Hamiltons Sunday evening on business Mr Harry Moore made a flying trip to Pigeon Roost Sunday The singing at Maulden Is progres Ing nicely with G W Miller as teach er Sunday Is tho last day of sing Ing at Gray Hawk Mr G E Moore and Mr L M Moore made a business resterdayfrIMrs W N Goodman yesterday Mr and Mrs Will Jones visited Mr and Mis Walker Reynolds Saturday Miss Minnie Moore Is expecting to have a big bean hulling Friday night 11 un LEV- Hurley Sept 21Mrs PearHe Gab bard died of consumption Sept 1C at the homo of her fatherinlaw Mr John Gabbard Sr She was a member of Blrchllck church She leaves a husband and two children and a host of friends to mourn her death There was a singing at this place last Thursday night Mrs Lctha So Lake was thrown by a horse and hurt very badly but is now Improving Mr and Mrs Jake Gabbard expect to tart to Illinois next Sunday nightI ANlTHft Annvllle Oct 5 Several from this place attended the funeral meeting of Mrs Gold Fllnchum of Moores Creek last Sundaylira Nancy Morris and daughter Martha visited Mea lames B Pcnnlngton and John lied look last wOflklr Jeff Combs and wffo of Hazard nro visiting relatives In this county for several daysllissl- attio Madlock wont to McWhorter today on a business rip MMrs Maud Neal visited Miss Sarah Johnson of Moores Creek yesterday Mr R A Johnson was home from Gray Hawk yesterday whore he Is teaching a very successful school The Rev Jas Lunsford candidate for County Judge Held an Interesting series of meetings at Conway last week Several from Welchburg came down last Saturday and saw the ball game between that nine and Annvllle In which the Ann vlllp boys were victorious by a score of 32 to 7We have had several kill Ing frosts recently Mrs Polly So Combs and children of Letcher County are visiting this week at the home of her mothers Mrs Lincoln RoarkIISAACS Isaacs Oct GMra Telltha Swln ford of Berea has been visiting relatives near this place the past two weeks Mrs M J Fllnchums funeral was preached at Moores Creole grave yard yesterday by Rev G P Hacker The funeral of the Infant child of I Mr John D Riley will be preached it Green 11111 church Nov 8Mlss- J Sarah Watson who is teaching sohoo near Loam Ky visited homo folk Oct 2nd 3rd and 4th after an ab since of eight week Dr G W Cook set a birthday dinner Sept 30 at which many relatives and friends were present Mr Cook was 81 year- soldWo aro needing rain very but ly Water for stock Is becoming ver- yscarccMr R A Dycho of London Ky vlMtod friends near this pacc yesterday Mr Wm Truett Sr has moved basil to his old home I1IIunnynMildred Oct 5 Sorghum making Is all the go at present There was two burylnga at the Maulden ceme tery Sunday Mm Warren and Mrs Short Funeral services wore conducted by tho Rev D S Smith and Messrs Q W Davis and J O Hoi comb of Nathantcn KyMr Ella I Moore traded a milch cow for a horse and got a bridle to bootF L Jone mado a flying trip to Mauiden Sunday Messrs J J Dunigan F L Jones and J O Morris attended church at Blooming Grove Saturday nlgbtA series of meetings conducted by tho Rev Lunsford of Horse Lick closed at Conway Sunday with two additions to the church Dlllard Duntgan of Indiana was visiting his uncle a few days last month Misses Lillian and Beatrice Morris of Olin are visiting their grandmother this week at Mildred Harvey Moore attend d church at Blooming Grove Sunday Mr Wilson Strong of Pulaski Count has moved to the Wm Dunigan pro party known as the old Patton pace James II Moore has returned from Manchester where he has been with his new show OKAY IIAWK Gray Hawk Oct 3We are haying some nice frosts for tho last few days and the toys are hustling to get cane and fodder savedJ F Hays has sold his Interest of the Mc Commor mill to his brother O T Hays Mrs Jno Sandlln Is slowly im proving Mr Neal Adkins and family have moved bask to his old place on Dry Ridge from Berea iWhooplng cough seems to be all the go In Gray HawkOur school le progressing nicely with a good attendance Robert Johnson is teacherWm Parrett made a business call at R P Welchs Oct 1stJ F Tincher and hays are fixing to haul and raft ties and getting ready for the winter tldosMrs Fountain Fox has nearly recovered L J Robertson and brothers are haul Ing coal from the Adkins mines this reek PKOILFH Peoples Sept 87 School It pro rowing nicelyDrummers W M Is aos and Jas Short passed thru here Monday Mis Lucy Ball visited Mrs Ulco Nelson of Victory SundayMr Elias Carpenter of Dango visitedI rlends hero Saturday and Quito a number of young folks of his placo attended church at Mt ZIon unday Miss Llllle Wilson of lona I s staying with her aunt Mm David IOn this week Misses Alice and Tattle Baker vlalted their sister lire dory King noar Annvllle Sunday and attended church at Friendship Th ro rns preaching at Bob Nichols Sunday by the Rev Henry Lewis with quo a largo crowd In attendance Mr Jno Jaker of this plaee attended the 38 oclatlon on Sturgeon Thursday Vtl day and Saturday and returned hoI 8 ilonday Naona the little daughter of J II Lucas died the 3fth aft ran illness of only a tow days Wi utend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family nooKeasTLE COUNTY itnitiNirr Roblnet Oot 3Mary and Bttle ourghty loft here Sept 2C for Jeroa to enter tho fall term In Be ren College Susie Lake of Loam was on Dry Fork purchasing merchandise Sept GEllza Witt and Albert Car enter were the guests of Mrs Alvin Carpenter last Sunday and Saturday Miss Bettle Ledbetter is planning to stay with Cella Carpenter till the rtedlock school Is outMiss Sook Lake Is taking organ lessons under I Dugan Cruise Harrison Bowies tine horse fell dead while ho was riding It and as he Jumped to make his escape ho sprained his ankle badly but Is now getting along nicely Preston Sexton who has had throat trouble Is some betterLeonard Martin Is hold- Ing a stiff neck on account of a crick Abe Griffin Sr gave the young oiks a party Friday night Cleveland all and Nat Hodge were the guests of Mlllard dan- ralartlntattemledgSunday ds tchool at Bethel Sundayon Saturday Oct 24th Elllm Roberts will have a fine beef cow shot for every body Como and bring some one with youJack frost visited us here Sept 29th and has put everybody In a rush with their fodder saving and sorgham makingIBoone Oct 3lIr J H Lambert insured his dwelling house for 2000 and his store for 1000 a few days ngoMrs Joo Wren visited Mrs Nora Wren last Sunday Mr George Wren purchased a nice milch ftw from Mr J II Lambert a few da- yagoA D Lovett Is doing some work for Mr T S Wren Tho Rev C 8 Wilson organized a Sunday school at Macedonia church last Sunday with A D Knuckles as superintendent lOur Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely with S M McClure as superintendent Next Saturday and Sunday aro regular meeting days at Fairview Everybody is cordially In vltod to attendMrs Daisy Lambert was the guest of Mrs Geo Wren lat Sunday TIIK roan Rockford Oct tiBorn to the wit of M D McGuire a fine boy his name Is Louis DavlsJ W Todd 103t a fine young mare last eckTho- meeting at Macedonia closed Sunday night with one additionDied Oct 2nd Hubert the little three year old son of Mr and Mrs Isaac Martin We are having nice weather now but very dryDro Bryant is working on a flue for Mr J C Gulnn There was a big birthday dinner at T C Vlars the 3rd it being his sixtysixth birth day Willie Stephens made a busi ness trip to Wallaceton last Saturday I OAUIKY- Gauloy Oct 6Qulto a crowd at tended the Laurel River Association held with the Hawk Creek church I near Hazel Patch Fred tho little son of J C Kelley has been quite I sick for tho past week but Is im proving Isaac Carpenter and Molle Pace were quietly married at the home of the bride last Thursday eve J C Bullock offlcatlng Ella Paco Is visiting friends in Richmond S E Kelley wife children and mother returned a few days ago from an extend ed visit with relatives in Clay County The Rev D Parker went to Orlando Monday to help In a series of meet ings Mary A Mulllns Is visiting in Mt Vornon this week Wlxlc Durham of White Oak was visiting Mrs F M Ponder Monday Mr and Mrs Moss Mullins of Livingston wore vis- Iting Mrs Martha Mulllns Sunday and Monday W 13 Bullock was with home folks Saturday and Sunday He It an employee of the 4 t N R R Jaok Frederick of Jelllco has moved to this part Fodder pulling andsor ghum making are about over at the frosty mornings have about completed the work OwslFv crllIIT 1SIM CITY Island City Oct 2 Dry weather still continues and stock water ts al most all gone The protracted itiMt InK at Oak Grove is progressing nloey with large crowds every night The 1 meetings are conducted by the Rev Hugh Crank of OklaJohn Glyn of Clay County has sold his entire pro- Perty and Is ready to start to Kelley I ville OklaW J Gentry mado n flying trip to Manchester Monday The I editor of The Citizen was on Island Creek Wednesday Circuit Court fa In session this week at Manchester H C McGregor killed n wild duck in Island Creek one day this week Ray the little son of J C Gentry who has been sick for the past week Is hotter I Trtt1 IUIFnl II lIST Travelers Halt Oct sA rite drove of cattle paused thru lure Fri day enroute to the Rlohmoml markets The Baptist Association held tt Moores school house Sept Midi WM n success The toothsome dlnma served eMh day on the grounds ape well for the good housewives et this vicinity Mr and Mn Bob Bother renewed their old aenuatntanoes here Monday night Mr Trig Brandenburg Ot Buck Creek was married to Mite Abuy leases Thursday Joe Baldwin gave an Interesting address at the school house Thursday in tho Interest of the Democratic partyBorn to tbe wife of Harrlwin Taekutt a fine girl baby Oct 1stMiss Mary Baker who It teaching at Lelghton Lee County was visiting home folks Satur lay and SundayTINOENT i I Vincent Oat 2Juok frost his come and much late corn he has camp IedMr Fred McCarty of Langnow laurel County was the guest of W H Venable from last Friday over until Monday Mr H H Malnous was over at Boonevillo Thursday to hear Judge Lear speakJ B Scott has sold his farm to Brice Burns and has bought out Isaac Botner Vincent T B Venablo Is off in thqI fruit business again Drummer W Hubbard of London was at cent Wednesday and visited the school ot your correspondent G W Bow man of Heidelberg Is the guest of his brother Brown at present Mr G W Garrett and wife ot South j Boonovlllo wero tho guests of W H Venable Saturday night Undo William Brandenburg of Millers Creek has been visiting friends and relatives In and around Vincent for J the past weekD II Wilson our Co The Modern Newspaper The object of Dili aerie of article U not primarily lo get nitMcriber for TUB CITIIBN thoweareuit tugledtaartdllwetanotthem but to allow with our rMilcn their need dud the advantage they Nil derive from ncwtiarwn We will leave It te each one whether TIIB Cnultlt Is or II not the Bret for him I Papers Valuable to All It is a common s yiig taint HJ agency of modern progross is more imponat than thu n wspaler The beginning of modorn civilization is datid from thu iuvenii n of the printing press and the groat s ccd with wlucn thu worm has advanced in the last hundred years hay culno since the prn fug of newspapers became common Book which give the wisdom of the past are ox pensive and out of reach of many bat tho nowtpapur thing the wiclom ot ihti prose it is in touch of till hut the novsiapir itself cm du nothing It is only a sheet of paper und has no force of itself It is in its effect on the people that it has accomplished tilings the rofuro nil the good that the newspaper has aicomplishcd has been done tlnu the people that read it Those people the newspaperreaders have possibleforThis means if it means anything that the progressive people arc the ones that read newspapers and also that the people that read ptpers get ahead ol those that do not Then are a good many reasons for this The world moves rapidly these days and no one can have all the wisdom Others are almost daily having n w ideas which may bunt fit him or aro pursueIttried he would nev r huve to make n mistake And the more he knows the loss lik ly to make mistakes he is The world is moving rapidlY these days and new ideas arc coming to the front and are b ing tried all the time If a man will find out all along how other men are succeeding and how others are failing and if he will copy the MICCUSSCS and avoid the failures he will surely progress more rapidly hirmelf The newspaper is the only thing that can in this way keep a man up with the times and no man who is not up with the tunes can get ahead very fast It is the seine with a comnuini y The world is learning all the time more about the science of government and different com munities are trying different schomos for getting hotter service out of their putilc men A community that roads papers and loarns how other communities arts improving thir government can and wi make tho necessary changes in its own affairs So with commumties as with men the newspaper renders will be the ones that get ahead Another valuable unction of newspaper is that it makos ono think A good many of s hale to think our heads were not made to do very much in that line hut we will have to admit that most of our mistake liavo been because of lack of brain power A newspaper bringing in lithe time now ideas or nw applications will make a man think a little and than more and more It dues it in the easiest way but it does it well and you willnotice that the men thin rend papers regularly are the ono host able to use their heads A paper does other things besides these things that might be done by books but which it docs cheaper than a book can A good piper in all the time giving other good things besides news to rndgood stories and interesting information which give the needed rest and rtlxntion for a tired man and still do him good In fact there is hardly any ond to the gout that newspapers will do Of course there nrv a lot of people that dont care whether they get ahead or not and those poople do not need newspapers for they might bo progressive before they know it but every itwtn that wants to do the bet for himself and his family and that wants to got ahead in this life as fast ns he can has got to have R news paper All he newts to think about is just which paper wil be the best for his special needs That subject will be discussed next weak Watch for the ar ticle Sheriff was in Vlneent 1Vnlaosday collecting taxesJ B IMBH tile wool man was visiting his soninlaw Mr Ilolo Venable Saturday and Sunday t and left for his home Monday CLAY COUNTY- nmINlI l KIlllNOH- llurolan Sitrlngs Clay County Burning Springs Oct SIInr All dersons youiiiMt son diem test Sat urday of tmnbranoua rmupTke Intent daughter at Mr Peter Stanford was burled last Saturday HBrrteon Thompson ta very low wick typhoid alto lfWo Boon Holland The others who have bon sick are wellMr Btiohnor and family have gone to locate is Cktaljoms Mr HubUArd has rented the new house of Mr J S lUwlltiBS WlUon Sanlln Ilan niOTed to Ransom lleDsulels old horns Lincoln HowmnK old his store to Stopbeit ClarCTTOn CwHMwk the drummer leas tfbue to several east ern counties and will be absent for months Samuel Wobb has spent some time with his parent hent i Dr 0 0 Maggnrd 1ms returned to practice at Hyilon again Ills wife will visit hor parent Mr James Me Danlol ot Berea next woekA Sun day school at Shopherdtown has been organised Attendance Is good Thsro will be a Teachers Association at Clarks school house tho third Satur JIOrMbfIWall Hornsby has returned from a business trip from Lexington for tho InUrost of tho K I Lodge of lib place The rally of the Odd Follows ot this place last Saturday LodloI tended by a largo crowd of The prominent speakers of the day were lion II C Faulkner tho Rev Mr Merrill Dr Morris J C Cloyd Havana Is spelled with n h on gen Ivi with n InlillIomen II cigars explained u tobacconist presented at Cardiff the other day for Bcllliiu lint ish cigars an Hnvnnnn Tim niiislnlrntu agreed that lie custom prevailed and inflicted a nominal fine London Mall Clubwomen In Boston said the headlineDear dear commented the near sighted man unable to rend the con text I never would have thought It possible Why the worst we do III 1lillndolplila Is to neglect to give em- a sent Philadelphia Ledger NEGRO AND DEMOCRACY Would Oa Suicidal For Colored Mtn to Vota For Dryin One wf the greatest utigrout tub country has known a lender of his race awl the ItouaraO ooaOdaat of Pnwklrat Insist cad Smwtsry Itah recently said It would to stilrhlal for colored mss lo rote for llryan TIter Ip nothing te hope for from the Demotvallc 1111 whkli has titfranclihwd them In for nouiU sad which irofm n lo rrpjnl nwn as uuflt for the ballet aity JHrv The only chance for the IHSTO M with the ItttpuuUoan party awl It will IM a sad day for the negro when a llri ubllnm preetdeut will be elected without the vela of negroes having helped U place hits In dower In view of the rut that llryaa kiss self has approred segro disfranchise meat In the south there can be no doubt of bk altitude should he bo elected to the presidency while ih southern Demorrata wonkl rwganl northern inirri voted fer their tIndl dates as an Inifcirwrntut by tilt negro race of soutberu trfiitiwnt of the no gro It In luipOMiblt tn believe that any uegro wlw hoe tudtetl tnu lll t utly the history of hU rare will gn lei the voting booth ami Mat a hallo in favor of Bryan and against Tuft anal Sher man tilt ItepubUmii cnudhlatotbf candidates of the thirty wbkii oiiiithe dour or hope to too rolorml man which gave Ida the ballot and tuft guards titan In Its ae In orrry state lu which Republicans rile- Democracy Divided Thorns U Illagco Hearst candidate for the presidency looks for the due ilon of Tuft sad thins n now alljft inont of pallttenl I witless Mr Hidden says Tho Democratic party U dividing The radical and tho more conservative olcmcnU cnn pull together only n lit tlo while longer Alter Bryan Is de Pealed for n third time there is bound to be n new allotment of the people find the Democratic party will disin tegrate Tho Republicans will jet some of those former Democrats uml tlu Independence league will Jet more of them The campaign of 1012 will bo fought out by u tlllTitrent set of po litical purlieu from those now In tin field TItrynus grcnt handleup In niunlng for the presidency In that he cnnnot run sway frown his record The wind lepers It llsteth So does William Jennings Bryan It is a way they both hue