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PH S X- eoeoweoeueusueaeuuerueoen c- i BEREA PUBLISHING CO ttpcelurouiTrnp a J STANLCV Mania 1 e- A1drrMnttha i Id utw ntnhy n wnnd I- 4wenarHno 1 eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeueoec i x Fly cents a MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER ID 1008 One Dollar a year No 1J3 I LOW SPEAKS Great Now Yorker Holds Imrnen Audlenco In Close Attention for Nearly Two HoursMakes Little Nolso But Many Votes Olg Wel como from Uorjwi cThe blggont potfttttU rotating uver hold In Dorca took place last 6atu day night when the lion Seth low exilayar of New York and one ot Amerjccs leading oltlMw spoke to an aunienca of over 1480 that fills the colUgo chapel Ilk address wa masterly and covered all the main points of Uio orfrnpalgn In a etron lure ccuvlnelQR wayra way Ltllit made many vote for Judie Tuft Mr Low who had orglnally uleCted to make only one spwok In Kentti ky but chanced hit plane thru the or forte of Pre Post gave Bra a second gnat Urwit br nmltlatssow Sunday and sacrificing hU mile needed rest to epRk at 11 a in hi tho College chapel to another nrr largo mullsnoe in the work of tho Worlds Peace Congress of which he was a mcmbo After a tpcMh In Richmond whet some COO people crowded into tho court room to hear him Mr Low was brought by automobile to Boroa 110 wu entertained by Preo Frost When tho meeting begun at 730 tho College dispel was tilled Pros lorott made a pleasant stir at tho first by calling to tho platform all tho 0 A It members SO altogether Attt music by the CoiJenc baud Mr WrlRi Kelly welcomed Use distinguish 8t1 great to the towm In a few eonlk and woll clIoMR wort whjch eroks warm appUwwe Following This r811 Frost Introduced Mr low paying a warm tribute to We work sad aWl flies and rettrrtac Was ae the sawt unselfish teas of Yew York Mr Low lists hU addrees with si eloquent tribute to Kentucky M tile state whl h ksd given Abraham lls coin to the wmtry awl spoke a fe word on the ofBOftunltlra which ar- open even to the poortut yewtte 01 the land ComluR to JUe abject Mrs Low poke first QJI Ute lBiportaa or Ule campalgn and the need of atoetln a man who han bo aWe sot only to carry out all tho oUllgntlnmi Impo by the iiarty platform but to rnaa tho euddeti unexpected oner nel which are sore to arisea man whoa e whole character and training are SUM M to tit him for the daces of tb pmnldMiey aid he Balled atjentlo to tho fact that willie Mr Taft Is th beat trained roan In the country ox apt Mr Rooeevett Mr Dryan bAa has no training sad no oxperltne except welnc all his theories die vroviHl one after another Mr Low dleomeMl the Nrainof th campaign under four heads tho Hani Guaranty Plan the Truste tint rant and tho Labor Problem On the Rank Guaranty Plan Mi law showed that Mr Bryan hall claimed too mUM from the brief sue ease of the scheme In Oklahoma any that each of the advantages ho claims will disappear It an attempt Is mad to extend tho system to tho whole country Finally ho showed that Mr Hryans claim that this schema would prevent panics has already been dls Now York state provedthe question of trusts Mr Low declared ho believed that tho Amcrl cans believed In big business concerns as they believe In other big things In this big country mill that what they want Is to prevent In some way the ovlla which have gone or are like ly to go with tho system To ttof theso evils ho said there aro two ways tho Roosevelt way and tho Dry an way Ho took up several different ovlls and showed that tho Roosovell way Is working well whllo tho plant Mr Dryan had would havo tailed anil ho went on to show that tho Repub lican way would be tho best to stop the remaining evils and would do this with far lose danger to tho business of the country than Mr Bryans plan Mr Low then took up briefly the question of the tariff and discussed tho principles governing tho law principles which havo limo and again received tho approval of the American people Ho declared that whllo the old thrift had been outgrown and needed changing It would bo most unwise to entrust thoso changes to the party which has always fought n galnst tho many principles on which tho changes must bo based and ho showed tho Injustice of Bryans plan to punish trusts and thus destroying commerce lIe also declared that the Republicans had already shown tho C ntlmifil en Innrth rebel e w ESflDENTS OFFICE I3EUEA KY J i THE CITIZENDevoted I to the Interests of the Mountain People IIIv copyBEREAI POLITICAL NOTES Taft Gaining EverywhereNo Dom- inantI Issue Yet West and New I York Admitted Lost to Democrat Democratic Fund Statement Ir foresting If True PnOQRmWB 0V CAMPAIGN Da lag the loot week the campaign lulu mule mush progress and there hae been a decided gain In tile 4V strength all Iql UM Uiw Hliftoti thru the Middle West has madd thin j safe for him and the Far West skate that he will get strong support there Many Negroes have declared that there U no danger of the negro VQt going to the Democrats oven tho Democratic papers have admitted that Taft will surely carry New York ItntOj aad so tar as surfaee Indtoatlons go the result of the election is sure There are several states still In doubt or classed as doubtful but with Nov York and the Wost In the Republloai column there Clan be no poeslUa dan Her liven allowing the Democrats 1111 they claim whloh Include Now York out of about a hundred doubtful vote In tho Elcctorlal College Taft wll havo to got only 21 to win whllo Hn an will have to got over SO Either New York or Indiana would furnish all needed votoe to Taft and any lwo Middle Wectern States whloh Bryai still claims would do It It Is not Impossible that Taft will get all thee doubtful states NO DIG ISSUROno of the poou liar features of tho campaign ha been that there U no ono UMHIO In whloh tho people aro divided up ant- on which they will doolde tho dec lion There are a number of moat Important Issues Involved In tho tl eetlon btit It will l e almost imps IWo for any one to tall which one Sa moct Insisted on by Uto wtora It- S likely that really the election wll be deckled by the personality ot Ute two Mien the country electing th I CNUI ID which It hat pte most swift oenee AMtVsr wMHltar thing It UM MtUnr Me Is aUoek4 8 UM wconl tal President Roosevelt In allies UK the Demoorats are altaektm the PresWeiit Baeli party claims that tl test represents the future develop want of the President policies Rnel that It will best entry on the work Perhaps the Presidents dodnmtloi that he etevea most In huts own part will have some offset WH6T MADB SOLID Marly In the Campaign It was said that llryai exported to make his great pain lathe MWt11West and that there would I be the real Jaw ground ot the camp alga If that Ie true Bryan hue lost I already for Taffs tour thru thew steles shows that uare solid for him In his trip he went thru twelve states antI made 180 Bpeocliee lie was received every where with lnv manse onthuslasm In most of thaw stabs there were factlwwl Iteimbll Ian tights but ho has now straighten wl out all ot Uieoo and will receive tho solid hauling of the party ne- well as n large Independent vote Even the Democrats now admit that they will have little strength In these stated and haze their hopes on tho East which they havo always known was pretty surely Tnfts This solidifying of tho Middle West for Taft Is ohown In reports which are reaching tho headquarters of both parties and which como train both sides In addition reports have been recelvedfrom n careful canvass ot the Far Wcat which shows that It too will bo In line and that tho Pacific coast states will give their usual Rep ublican majorities In fact all thru the West where most of tho campaigning has been done so far the situation Is just as It has been In each of Bryans previous campaignatho tide Is run ning away from film and ho Is getting weaker every day- DEMOCRATIC FUND Tho Democrat have announced that their campaign fund Is now over f200000 and they give tho names of tho men who havo sent In tho largest amounts As we said lost week It would seem to us a good thing for tho Republicans- to do this tho Pros Roosevelt and Mr Tart havo decided against It and will not print tho names of tho contrlbu torn till after tho election The Democratic list of largo contributors is a rcdltablo ono and except for a few dirty professional polttlcans and trust agents in New York and other states the men giving large sums are ot tint claw reputation There la noth- Ing In the list of names given to show hat tho Standard Oil Company la backing the Democratic campaign as Jr Hearst has charged We believe Toirllnnrf n fmirlli Vfe t SHOULD GOOD SERVICE BE REWARDED Thuru has almost ovur sinco lire foundnlion of this govoruuiont been a dispute between tlioflo who bolioro u good Servnnt should bo kept in oflico and those who boflevo that the office should bi1 piiflsed uround ns u reword for party wrvlco or other things Tim question IN somewhat involved in the Circuit Judjioeljlj rHCU now ou In the 27th Judicial District tho it is not nn important part of tho campaign ns the selection of tho people call easily be all ollibr lin ortHnt groundH there beitiK plenty of rtweoiiB why Judge Faulk nor should be uluctwl bueidos this one lluj the gnw thin is an inter listing nnd importiiitt one mud is worth cue dduring for itself Tho real ronson for diiroreneo of opinion ou tbfs question aomes froinn tlfBOBrcememon n deeper onuruhat u puhlio ofllao is Thera used to le n good many men nnd thor are still n few pretty good oitiiMtiH too sonic of them rewl1o ooimided a public oflico as- a sort of private imp raraethiug to be played for and URtsd for the bonoflt of tho winner Thoao men ooneider the olllcue of the country thu 8 oilB of our and declnre that to tho victor belongs the spoils Of oourso they could sea no rensoji for n train having an olllcti a second timegetting it was his reward for party servico The next time it could Uo used to reward some ono oleo More recently sinco bosses have oontrollud the parties in many places and tho thieving rich men or corporations controlled flue losses oillcefl bavo often boon given in this way as rewards for service against the people But mon have beau learning that under that system we got a mighty poor form of government Under i one is paid for being n good Ilopiiblioia Djiniorit or for could a bossnot for being n good official An office holder neglect his duties or soli out to tho trust or do anything and so long as ho voted right or obeyed tho boss ho was safe and could h Ipe for reelection or pro motion But ho could be us good a servn it of the people as might bo and ho would not bo reelected Therefore there was a big price for a mon to work for his party boss and Iro pay at all for working for tho plain people Now one can fairly say that no man should demand any further reward for good work than the consciousness of duty done and that the reward for the office lies in having the place and drawing the salary That is nil true but it is not all the truth The man the officeholder has no further right but the people hire their own interests to consider and it happens that in this case they can best serve those interests by seeing what the officeholder wants Every man is ambitious he has his family anti his own future to provide for and he does not think he can afford Lobe foolishly vir luotis Ho has to take care of nuubcr one Of course there are some other kinds of men but there are a majority of this kind Now if atnan knows that good work for the pcopio will probably result in his being roelectedor promoted and he will most likely do good work for the people But if ho knows that good work for the people will be overlooked and forgotten but that good work for the party tho dose or the trust will be remembered and rewarded he will work for the lose or the trust Even tho best party is not the people but usually n few men who run things and divide up tho proceeds and the common ordinary voter gets left out So people are deciding that it pays to keep a good man in office as long as ho will bo good and as the law allows When peuploevqrywhurof do this then we will have good government and by just as inunhas they full to do it we will have bad government This has nothing to do with whether or not a man deserves anything more for good work in office But honestly when n man hen done good work doesnt ho at least deserve to bo kept on his job1 Would you discharge a good man to take on another uveu if the other were just as good l And there is one more thing If n mutt has dono his best at a job he is n butter man to tiara it the next time than another fellow just as good would booA public office is like anything elseyou have got to learn how to do the workIud when a man has learned how ho is iu much hotter shape to hold office than any green man can boo1aIlRln1 the job around only helps ono or two men and it hurts the whole pole All thoso things are true of n judge they are so true that tho wise men who founded our government and framed tho Constitution provided that in the Federal government a judge shall hold oflico during good behavior so that lit will never be tompted to tiogleot his work for the boss or the machine On that basis two turns is hardly too much for a mighty good Circuit Judge I CONSECRATION SPIRITUAL PO- WERCHAPMAN AND ALEXANDERTHE SINGER WITH ABLE ASSISTANTS WILL HOLD A 2 Days MeetingChristian- Workers Conference BEREAOCT2122GREAT ING CONFERENCES ON ALL FORMS OF CHRISTIAN WORK AND GREAT PLATFORM MEETINGS IN COLLEGE CHAPEL SESSIONS WEDNESDAY OCT 21at 330 and 730p m THURSDAY OCT Uat 10 a m 330 and 730 pm FRIDAY OCT 23at 800 and 1000 a m Berea College and Town offer free entertain h ment to all Ministers Rates for others one dollar a day For particulars address WILL C GAMBLE Berea Ky nnu WITHIN v 1J eIU i it IluUssional Imak1 tbjrfr to farmers and get any of do with it To the money get from your or Any sourer is to visit from them Sometimes il puts too strong in the way of take chances Put this strong baqk yon can mail your check if desired CO 1 THE BANK + Stock t l 1 AVIlbnr ChnlnnIThe Rov will bo here for three days next week IB probably tho leading in the world and has accomplished great good wherever he has worked Ills stay hero will of necessity be brief but every one who can by any pos sibility hear him should do so it an opportunity which will almost como but once and which holds promise of good i nr lVIIgoe enrnMU Ma1 0 The Citizen Is Growing Raps o Idly Let Your Business i Keep Paco With By Adver i o 0 tisingo Q- eoooeoeoeoooooeo n SAFETYj FOR YOUR 1 MONEY d t a L I Y business know 41I others conidurwllols moneyHud t t- c they keep you crops other invite a a temptation transient help Dont your money in tdrawnv BEREA BANK TRUST COMPLETE 1 Capital 5000000 tI4 J evangelist as Is cortalnly unmeasured TV e t M OF THE WEEK Negro Saved and One Lynched Thaw Back to AsylumBalloonists- Fall Nearly a Mile Rockefeller In Cell Man Fears to Take SIOOOOO TROOPS SAVE NEGRO A fine ixhlbltlon of nerve by Coy Ansel of South Carolina last Saturday saved rom lynching a negro who was ac used ot having attempted to assault n girl la Spartansburg When hoIlearned that a mob was forming to lynch the negro ho ordered troops to the scene and they after a light in which several men were wounded drove tho mob away A few such ac tions by the authorities would go a long way toward restoring law and order in this country NEGRO LYNCHEDAnother case whero tho officials tailed to do theirItduty occurred at Empire Ga where a nogro was lynched for shooting at a white man and his wife THAW BACK TO ASYLUSI An other attempt to get Harry K Thaw out of tho Insane Asylum where ho was sent for killing Stanford White has failed for the time being and he has been sent back Continued ou fourth pgc RoE JO LVE D THAT NICE HOJERY BEAUTYM GOOD HOSE ARE A NECESSITY You tTANT GET GOOD HOSE FORANVGEF GOOD HOSE AT SOME SToRES FoRANYPrCE BUSTER BR I MARYJANCrA lttArooSTQcKtN cPUCIIY 1YMllllln G cCOAo BUsTER 15 WRONG HE Is USUALLY RIGHT BUT THIs TIME HE Is WRONG soME HOSIERY MAY BE A THING OF BEAUTY AND WHILE IT MAY BE A dOY IT Is NOT ALWAYS A JOY FOREVER NO PIECE OF A WoMANiS AND ESPECIALLY or A CHILDS APPAREL ENDURES THE STRAIN THAT HoSE MUST WE HAVE HOSE THAT WE CAN RECOMMEND j i COYLE HAYESY- ou Pay LessOr Get More I wJMTw w V + c+ INSPECTOR BYRNES AND THE HANIER MURDERI By GEORGE BARTOJV Save Me Is Cry to Detective Who Forced Awful Truth from Murderers Lips Dramatic Windup to Terrible Reign of CrimeNew York City Wrought Up by Confession of Slayer McGloin Thorns Byrne former upertnteDd cnt of police of New York city Is world famed As Inspector Byrnes ho made n reputation which won for him the com being The lice that ever guarded- ethemetropollet lie began his police career In 1863 and only quit active service a few years ego He established the famou dead line In the Wall street district beyond which no crook was permitted to wander Kink Humbert of Italy knighted him u Chev aller and Omcer of the Order of the Crown of Italybut he declined the dec oration eaylng that all the honor he wished was to be a citizen of the United States He originated tho Third Degree by which suspected criminals were forced ender duress to confess and convict themselves l NE crisp December morn ing Louts Hauler a Frenchman tho owner of a llttlo wine shop on West Twentysixth street In New York city was found dead In tho hallway of his home Tho bullet of a 8 caliber revolver was discovered In tho mans heart Ho had been murdered The French wino merchant had been doing a big holiday trade during tho week bcforo his death and ho had a large sum of money In his posses sion An examination of the prom lees proved that tho front door had been Jimmied Hanler had been mur dered for his money And that may was Inspector Byrnis Report after report had been made and the murderer of Louis Hanler threatened to slip away beneath an avalanche of rod tape Inspector Byrnes called for all the papers In the case and seated at his desk in Mulberry street he pondered over the case as a skilled player would study a problem In chess His conclusion was that the crime had boen committed by a professional burglar The first order was that every pawnshop In tho limits of Man hattnn island should bo visited to dis cover whether a 38 caliber revolver had been pledged at any time within 48 hours attar tho murder Byrnes argued that while a novice might con ceal tho weapon a professional would coldbloodedly attempt to realize some money out of itHo was right A money lender was found who had parted with several dollars In return tor tho murderous weapon Tho next step was to bring the pawnbroker to headquarters and have him look over the thousands of portraits in the vogues gallery for tho purposo of discovering the picture of his erstwhile customer Page after page was turned photographwara If tho quest were to be fruitless Just atthla point tho pawnbroker suddenly exclaimed Theres the man thatofknown to the police The third step In tho plan was to locate McGloln That was compara tively easy Ho was found In the haunts of crime and for many weary weeks ho was shadowed Every move he mado was reported every word ho uttered was recorded It required infinite patience but the espionage resulted In the discovery that on tho night of the murder McGloin had been out on a spree in tho company of three of his pals by name Thomas Moran Frederick Dan field and Robert Morn eel The case had now reached a stage where caution was of tube utmost Im portance A single false move might ruin everything It would bo easy enough to arrest the men on suspi cion but would such a step serve the cause of justice Inspector Byrnes evidently thought not for he postponed that act Professionals who did not slop at murder were adepts In the making of alibis and the detective did not propose to bo tooled by such a device Ho sent a woman to Ilvd with Mc loin and he supplied her liberally with monoy Indeed there were times when the murderer wore the clothes of tho Inspector With Byrnes the end justified tho means McGloln did not confess to tho woman ho was not the confessing kind Hut she lived with him for over a month and dur ing that time secured enough facts which patched together convinced Byrnes that McGloln was tho person who had murdered Hnnler By the time the people of busy New York had forgotten all about tho tragedy of West Twentysixth street or had consigned It to the limbo of un discovered mysteries Byrnes on his part determined that the hour had arrived to strike a decisive blow Ha sent his men out and arrested Mc Gloln Moran Banfleld and Morrisey Each ono was apprehended on somo trivial charge and they were brought to headquarters and placed in sepa rate cells They protested vehemently but all to no avail Incidentally U might be remarked they were taken singly and no one of them knew of the arrest or the other Also each one insisted that tho action of the superintendent was an outrage and a violation of the constitution which guaranteed to every man the right to life liberty and tho pursuit of happi nessByrnes smiled grimly and said noth ing Day after day paseod and the tow men remained under lock and key Some of tho subordinate ofllclals not being awaro of tho plans of the in spector wanted to know what wns to bo dono with the prisoners It seemed childish to them to hold the mon In definitely on such trifling charges lie made no explanations offered no ox cuses simply said wait He cared nothing about Moran Banfiold and Morrlsey but ho cared a great deal about McGloin He wanted to make him uncomfortable and ho succeeded In tho meantime ho was carefully preparing the stage for tho last big act in his little drama He would not be hurried he would not bo cajoled He bided his time It came finally and the scene was pulled oft in a way that mado the melodrama of tho modern stago seem stale and unprofitable in comparison One morning the Inspector arrived at his Office a little earlier than usual and for a time there was a great bus tie and hustle incident to tho re arrangement of tho office furniture When It was concluded Byrnes leaned back In his revolving chair with a sigh of satisfaction Then after a sweeping survey of tho room ho bent over and tapped a bell on his desk A messenger responded The Inspec tor looked up sharply Send down to the cellroom and bring Mike McGloin to mo at once A glass case at headquarters con tamed the ropes and the black caps which had been used in the execution of famous murderers The gruesome relics were all plainly labeled and were horrible enough to affect the nerve of tbo most hardened criminal This case was rolled out Into the cen tor of the room so that It would be the first object to greet the eye ot- a visitor Inspector Byrnes was seated with his back to a large window over looking a courtyard Near his desk was a vacant chair which when oc cupied gavo tho person sitting thero a good view of tho courtyard All about the room were mirrors which enabled Dyrnes to see all that transpired without moving from his chair Presently the door opened and Mc Gloln entered An officer who was with him quietly withdrew The prisoner looked about him with a surly air He turned to the Inspector Whotta you want with mo Oh I Just wanted to have a little chat said Dyrnes affably A chat ho muttered What aboutAbout the Hanler murder said Byrnes In a low voice sending out the words sharp and abort like pistol shots McGloln looked at him languidly The shots had missed fire The seasoned l criminal was not to be stam peded Whatta I know about It he said with the utmost unconcern Oh said the Inspector matching Indifference with indifference I thought you might have heard something about It At that moment McGloln caught sight of the case filled with the black caps and the murderous ropes Brynes was instantly all attention Quito Interesting these he said and thereupon bo began to tell tho I DID ITI DID IT STOP FOR GODS SAKEI ghastly history connected with each of tho bloody souvenirs He dwelt upon each story lovingly as a collector would do who had a fad for gath eying queer prizes Through It all McGloin preserved a stolid look He appeared to tako little interest in the recital which whatever else It might seem was engrossingly Interesting Brynes realized that ha had no or dinary man to deal with McGloin was devoid of sentiment and apparently was Ignorant of emotion of any kind The Inspector moved slowly and cau tiously Ho had his part down to per fection lie must not overdo It Ho must not show signs of Impatience lie sat down at his desk and nodded pleasantly and waved his hand In the direction of tho vacant chair Mc Gloln accepted the Invitation and sat down facing tho coutryard Now Mr McGloin said the In spector in his most purring tones youre a man about town and you learn most of the things that are go Ing on wont you tell me what you know about the Hanler murder I dont know anything about it was tho dogged reply The inspector arched his eyebrow in surprise Dont know anything about 1l7 he echoedNo Youre a NeW Yorker YesHavo you been out of the city latelyThe prisoner darted a quick look of suspicion at his questioner Was this a trick He answered defiantly No I havent been out of the city for over a year I dont have to go out of the city Of course not said tho Inspector soothinglyYou tho papers dont you ho resumed after a pause SometimesAnd 011 say you never heard anything about the Hanler murder Oh grunted McGloin of course I read about it In the papers Oh thats betternow tell me what you thought about U Mo7 Why I didnt think anything about It It was a brutal murder wasnt IU How do I known Of course you dont knowbut you think It was brutal dont you- I dont think anything about It Thero was a long silence after this a silence that began to mako Mr McGloln feel very uncomfortable U was tho very thing that Inspector Byrnes wanted The moro uncomfortable Mr McGloin became the bettor It would be for Inspector Byrnes little dramaTho two men sat facing ono another Byrnes soft eyes had assumed their steely aspect and he looked straight at tho criminal as If he would read the very secrets of his soul McGloin on his part was becoming moro III at ease every moment Ho fingered his hat averted his gazo and fidgeted around like a hen on a hot griddle Unexpectedly tho door opened and a man entered the room Byrnes remained Immovable Ho did not speak McGloln could not restrain Ills curi osity Ho strained his neck and be held tho pawnbroker with whom ho had pledged tho revolver Ho gavo a little gasp but beyond this did not be tray himself Tho newcomer walked over to a table In the room laid an article there and noiselessly departed McGloin turned around deliberately to see what the pawnbroker had left It was the pistol with which he had killed Halncr- Byrnes remained perfectly silent This unnatural quiet was too much for McGloin Ho burst out vehement ly Whats tho meaning of all this What are you driving nt7 What do you wont I want you to tell mo all you know about the Hanler murder was the placid response 1vo already told you I know noth ingAnd I dont bellevo you was tho response in quiet conversational tonesInspector Byrnes aroso from his chair at this point In the Interview and going over to the tablo pleked up the pistol and began to fondle It lov ingly Ho walked over to McGloin and put the weapon In his hands A fine revolver eh No response Just the thing to kill a man with eh McGloin shuddered and pushed tho weapon back Into the hands of the InspectorOnco Byrnes sat down in his chair facing McGloln More silence Presently the inspector spoke again Wove got a man who was a wit ness of the murder on West Twenty sixth street At that moment by a proarranged signal two officers crossed the court yard guarding McGlolns pal Thomas Moran McGloln could see him dis tinctly and he became so excited that ho could scarcely sit still In his chair Thats not all continued the chief we have another man who was present on the night of the murder And at that psychological moment two other guards appeared In the courtyard with Frederick Banfiel walking between them McGloln was out of his chair now gazing down Into tho yard with bul glng eyes The cold sweat stood out in little beads on his forehead In fact resumed tho Inspector wo really have three men who know all about tho murder and who an probably prepared to tell all they knowThe guards appeared again this time leading Robert Morrtsoy- McGloln turned to his Inquisitor Tbi look In thoso steely eyes seemed to hold every detail of his awful secret Ho could stand the strain no longer Ho threw up his hands and fell on the floor In a heap crying out I did Itl I did 111 Stop For Gals sake stop Thus ended the most dramatic In torvlew over held In a police headquarters What followed was merely detail As soon as McGloin recovered his eelf possession ho sat down and confessed In detail tho story of the murder of Louis Hanler It appears that the four rowdies had been spotting tho shop of the French wino seller for many days They believed that he would have a largo sum of money In the houso at the closo of tho holiday trade and they deliberately conceived tho plan of robbing the old man They knew enough about their unlawful trade to got Into tho shop without difficulty They had been drinking At any rate they made so much noise they roused Hanler from his slumbers He ap poared on the landing at tho head of tho stairway partly dressed Me Gloln who was at tho foot of the stairs Instinctively reached for his revolver and pulling tho trigger fired at tho defenseless shopkeeper The aim wasonly top true The bullet entered tho heart of Louis Hanler and ho rolled down tho stairs a lifeless lump of clay This in substance was the confes slop as It was gleaned from tho lips of the murderer and Ills confederates Ills one cry to Inspector Byrnes was Save mel Savo me Do not let them hang mel But the grim detective who bad forced the truth from unwilling lips made no reply to this hysterical np peal and in duo course of time after a trial McGloin was convicted and resolved tbo full penalty of the law as It was then administered unWdeadCopyright 1S08 by W a Chapman THE JOY OF- FORGIVENESS SanJy School Lemon for Oct 25 1906 Specially Arranged for This Paper IK8HON TKXTPsalm 32 Memory verses I L- GOLDEN TiXTBlessed li he whose transgression Is forKlven whose sn la- covlrnlIsalm 81TIM Davids sin and repentance a little bvyond the middle of his reign about II C 1034 according to the margin of our Bibles Ills capital and palace wire at Jerusalem David was almost M years old successful na a general and a statesmen The author of the Psalm wan probably David with possible additions In later times to adapt It to special oc colons ai often occur In our hymn lLACKJeruinttm t Comment and Suggestive Thought Some time in Davids later life look ing back from the Doulah land height of tho restored favor of God as tlloIProdigal Son after he had to his fathers homo and love King David puts Into a hymn his own ex perience for the comfort and encour agement of all who have sinned and long to be restored to their fathers homo and heart for like Adam and Eve ho had been driven out of Para dlso for disobeying God and the naming cherubim had kept him from the Tree of Lifo Hut ho had at last found tho waters of rest and tho green pastures of forgiven sin So bo sings VI Blessed Tho word bore M In JIII1 11 and lrov 213 Is In the plural Oh the blessednesses of him whoso etc to denoto the most su premo and perfect blessedness and to oxproM tho manifold nature of tho blessedness at all times from all sources In all departments of life In all circumstances bloated In body and In soul In time and In eternity Transgression sin Iniqui ty 2 Sin Is horn as In Rx 317 spoken of under three appellations so as to Include tho wholo Idea of sin In all Its manlfelltatloulPeronoF- orJlvcn That II given away removed This Is according to tho Hebrew conception tho taking up or transgression as a burden a heavy load resting upon the sinner and bearing It sway from him to ft place whore It will trouble him no moro C A Hrigg In Int Crlt Com Covered so as to bide It and oh literate It It h commonly Mod In connection with sacrifice as staining and defiling the dlvlno altars was covered over by the application to them of the blood of tho victim of tho sin offering Prof C A Ilrtggc V Z iBipuMh not Dow net es timate consider or think of In eon nection with tho rinnor ProtoMor llrlRgs In whose spirit there Is no pile no deceit woo oMemta hla sin neither from Oed nor htMMtf rot a It Driver Other IMblo words for forgiveness are remIt send away destroy wash away cleaR M mako them as If they had never been V 3 When 1 kept silence Try Ing to hldo his sin refusing to no knowledge It to himself to others or to God My bones the most solid and enduring part of his hotly waxed became Increasingly old Exhaust ed enfeebled worn out Tho secret sin wore him out and made him sick Through my roaring all the day long The figure Is drawn from tho loud and unrestrained outcries of onn suffering Intolerable and unremitting pain Ho was enduring an agony which forced from hint sobs and groans that ho could not stifleW- Ii Green A sin concealed Is like a hidden fire It WItS Into tho very lifeVanDyke Tho Spartan boy hid the fox beneath his coat and denied tho theft until ho dropped deal the fox all tie while gnawing at his vitals David felt tho gnawing of remorse and It was eating out his htartDr W K Hurt on V 4 Thy hand was heavy upon me God would not leave him to go on In sin Gods hand was heavy upon him In Chas isement in order to bring him Into a better mind as a father chastises his child in lovo Hcb 126 1U Not merely by Its pressure of weight but on tho context Implies heavy because of heavy strokes smit- Ing him again and again with his pow erful hand so an to mako him roar+with tho agony of suffering Prof C A Briggs My moisture r 4 etc This sentence Professor Briggs translates I was changed from a former condi tion Into misery as when thorns smite me Tho blows of Gods hands aro very appropriately compared with tho smiting of the body with thorns as when Gideon tAukht tho elders of Succoth with thorns and briers Judg 816V B I acknowledged my sino We have seen above how tho bitterness of concealment and tho reproof of tho prophet led David to tako this stop Sin iniquity transgres sions Tho three forms of Bin men tioned In va 1 9 Acknowledged not hid confess The three words expressing tho completeness and thoroughness of the confession Nothing was withheld Fpralveness 1 Wo all need forgiveness for sin keeps us from nearness to God wo cannot look him In tho faceI2 Forgiveness takes away thn bar tier between us and God It Is a restoration to Gods family 3 Forgiveness Includes the wash Ing away of sin and the love of sin U will bo remembered no moro 4 Forgiveness whether by God or man docs not remove all tho consequences of sin at least Immediately but It lees remove the punishment of sin In time It does Immediately takeaway 1U bitterest sting i THE SOLE SURVIVOR- By I By NATHANIEL DICKINSON ICopyrliht by Bhorutory Pub Cot How Armstrong had como to the Island may be learned from tho reo ords of the Ufa saving service But ficient for this talc of his after doings that it was front tho wreck ot tho Spartactis and in that uncomfortable conveyance known as tho breeches buoy which In Armstrongs case ow ing to tho rolling of tho wrecked ntcamer had been a giant wing now him deep In tho frothing now whipping him n half feet heavenward so that 1 1breakorll had boon extricated from tho ho had been carried to a fnrmhouie and worked over an hour before ho was brougbt painfully back to an exist once which had already begun to bore hi pi at the ago of 28 It was quite In line with Armstrongs romantic career that there should be n young and beautiful girl connected with this experience and that It should be largely owing to her efficient care that ho should find himself on hIs foot a month after lie roscuo and tho pneumonia which followed It It was out of keeping with all prose dents however artistic as It may have boon that Armstrong should fall quito in love with the maiden for hlthorto In tho wisdom of his youth ho had denied that tho claims of Cupid wore anything but solflsh and passing Now the unbelievable hall become tho foot Skepticism had JUno down before the undeniable It WIll April and Armstrong had quite recovered his usual good health boats left tho Island weekly yet ho showed no dis position to leave the oozy farmhouse unaltered by tho roundel hills from the sweep of tho winds and but for the fet that eventually a nw check book and some clothes ho hind tent for wore delivered there tulRht have been no counsel Ion at all between the Islaml and the mainland for him Three Joys he bad In Ills nowtot- Gt M he hull never eared to oat be tore to atop tlw dreamless steep of the Island and to make love In the In tcrvata to Alto Semis Of the three fw preferred the toner It was through Alice father that Armstrong first hoard of tho Great Wild DdR On the northern end tho Island was broken Into a succession of sleep bluffs and slormeiit Rulloya on the ioa lde while Inshore fresh water marshes Impenetrable of foot and overgrown with hrush growth hell the Islander at bay Here was the horse of the animal which was to play M Imporant a part In his life Two years previous to the one In wblab Armstrong had made his debut on Ow island a Uanlah bark had eomo ashore oiO night In midwinter on tho watt store OaJr OMit of the aurfmon had teen aught of life In the terrible seas To him peering Into the darkness hind come a vision of an enormous head and gloaming tooth hold above the froth and borne shoreward on a huge comber This breaking and receding n huge dog had staggered up the bench shaking the water from him For a moment It had stood looking out toward tho wreck an though In last farewell and than It had trotted slow ly away toward the north end of the Island and straightway lost Itself from the view of tho astonished turfmen In tho darkness of tho night How the animal survived that win tor nono of the Islanders could say but outlive It he did for in tho spring he was seen now and then gaunt and lean stroking his food along tho wreck strewn bench shunning tho presence of man at though ho had never known It and retreating Into the pastures of tho marsh country with his approach Then for a tlmo ho had boon for cotton again Hut one morning an Is lander whoso farm bordered tho marshland had come across tho half eaten carcass of a lamb In hlz pos tures and soon from all sides came the tnlo of the short count for with tho taste of blood on him this hugo Great Dane for such ho was grow to slaughter from pure lust of killing and such was his strength and nctlv Ity that his depredations were of a serious nature And so ho bad come to bo n bugbear on tho island a name to frighten children with and a burdenbearer of all that was un explainable Tho wildness of tho tea was In the air that morning Ily some freak of good fortune Armstrong had persuad ed Alice to walk down to the beach with him Few and tar between wore those times when ho could win her from her allotted tasks about tho house Yet an islander love to watch thq sea In its might in can no Inland er and so together they had made their way up tho path to tho bluffs ho with a rule cradled on his armfort ever since ho had heard the strange tale of tho Great Wild Dog he had longed for a shot at ituntil they stood overlooking tho teas below What a beautiful blue murmured tho girl Raffling description assented Arm strong but his eyes were on hers as he spoke Ob I love tho sea said the girl And I love The girl turned toward him tho sea too ho concluded lamely deploring his cowardice the whileYet It Is cruel inhuman Cruelnot necessarily Inhuman She looked up Inquiring Some humans are cruel ho ex plaice Hut tho sea Is unconsciously cruelAnd tho humans hot eyes tell before tho meaning In his Do you mean that I am cruel she demanded with Island directness In a way yes ho answered stick ing to his guns In what way May I begin at the beginning he queriedShe nodded To begin with thou I love you ho said gravely tier taco slowly crimsonedTho must be the end ho said firmly You aro confessedly cruel laughed Armstrong but there was nothing of mirth In the laugh The girl held liar silence Armstrongs eyes wandering gloom fly seaward dwelt upon a floating gull cradling beyond tbo breakers Ho raised his rifle glanced along tho tights and tho crash of the gun drowned tho boom of tho turf Just boyond tho gull rose a spurt of spray the bird rose wearily from tho hcav ing bosom of tho sea and drifted away with tho wind unscathed Ill luck to one who kills a gull they say commented Armstrong He aimed at ono farther out Again tho rule crashed and this ono stretched Its broad wings out In death Arm strong Ill luck camo sooner than he could have guessed Tho girl was on her feet Instantly Angor and a touch ho thought of superstition he taw la hor face Ho had offended against tho island traditions but more he had sinned against womanly ton derness Tbo soublue eyes blazed and the brown face flushed darkly- If I am cruel you are h04rtlollli she cried passionately from him and plunged recklessly down tho path to the boacb and reaching this In safety made hor way north ward along It As for Armstrong ho recovered from his astonishment to smile queerly to himself Then be swung his long legs over tho cliff odRO and took shot after shot at the gulls as long as he Judged tho girl lu hearing It might have been a half hour that Armstrong sat thus In the sulks At the end of this tlmo his Illtemper passed as might a cloud over tho sun and slinging the rifle ovor his shoulder he set out goodhumorcdly after tho girl The girl was In a mood to walk that day Armstrong decided for point aftor point of the curvTiig seafront he rounded without seeing her and had It not boon for the print of her small shoos In the hard sand ho would bnve believed she had ascended the cliffs agnln by one of the gulllos And then as ho glanced ahead along this track It seemed to him that tho trail had doubled lie hurtled on to tho spot filled with grim foreboding It was as ho had thought a now trail swept in from tho toot of a neighborly gully and a single glance told Armstrong that It was that of an animal and that animal tho Croat Wild Dog Meanwhile the girl had wandered on with liar thoughts her sudden an ger with the man bad loft her After all she could not expect In him the virtues of her own sex Nor would she wish them Ho was a man and a masterful ono She threw herself on tho dry sand at tho foot of tho cliff Now and then a sob escaped her and then at last her head on her arm she fell Into troubled slumber Tho booming waves wove thorn solves Into her dreams It seemed to her that each was a hungry wolf with grinding teeth that each camo nearer than Its predecessor and that she was powerless to move Then In tho hor ror of that nightmare she felt a warn breath on her cheekat last ono had reached her Sill uttered a low cry of terror and opened her eyes to a more terrible sight for standing over her hunger In Its fierce eyes its lips drawn back to slow each fang Its ears ns erect as those of a wolf was tho most monstrous and savage crea ture she had over seen Sho sprang to her feet the fear of death in hor eyes mid tho boast retreated a step In doubt For a moment tho hugo wild dog watched her his cruel eyes measuring tho distance playing with her ns a cat with n mouse then ho leaped after her Ono despairing glanco tho girl cast over hor shoulder and nt tho sight her strength loft her and sho sank to lie sand Then as sho waited an eternity to feel thoao white fangs at her throat there came tho nearby crash ot a rifle a huge shadow flitted ovor her and on tho wet sand beyond hor she saw tho monstrous dog struggling convulsively In its death agony When Armstrong reached her side with his smoking rlflo he found her hysterical slinking hike a loaf In the wind Ho lifted her to hor feet and she clung to him as might a child her arms about his neck and her flushed and terrorstricken taco on his breast and like a child ho comforted hor Ho seated himself on tho sand with his back to a bowldor and the dead beast hidden tram sight smoothed back hor truant hair stroked her fore head and called her every endearing name that camo to his tongue In his joy at having saved her As for her she clung to him without a word clung as though she meant never to let him BO Ho TUB strong and could protect her her faith In herself was gone and In Its place was dependence and love MAKE BEEF RAISINGPAY A PROFIT Factors Which Influence tho Value and Cost of FeedersBy J H Skinner The production of cattle which will return a profit both to the producer and the feeder Is a problem which deserves careful attention It Is easl ly possible to buy cattle which have been produced at a loss and fatten them at a profit but tho aim of tho most thoughtful and Intelligent men engaged In the beef cattle business Is to encourage tho production of a grade of cattle which will return n profit when sold as feeders without diminishing tho profits In finishing them In producing such cattle the particular system to bo followed should be determined by the size lo cation and adaptability of the farm One farm may be especially adapted IV1O QI High grade Hereford Quality In a feeder It synonymous with capacity This type can be fed at any age and It pays to make them prime Fed ala yearling at the station Dally gain for six months 263 pounds for tho production of feeders another for the production of yearling beef and still another only for finishing cattle It Is of vital importance to tho pro ducer to be able to appreciate the factors which Influence the value of feed by having fed six lbs ers In order to make tho maximum profit from tho business It Is es sential that he recognize and bad features in order to select breed and produce what Is wanted by the feeder It Is of Importance to tho feed or to havo n knowledge of what determines tho market price value of different grades of feeders in order that ho may buy the kInd of cattle which aro relatively tho cheapest at the time of purchase The chief aim In producing or In feeding beef cattle is to turn largo quantities months 308 on In of roughage Into a more profitable product to maintain soil fertility and to increase tho yield of from year to year Tho cessful beef cattle producer or feed er of necessity bo a good er and In addition the business ability and tho knowledge of breeding feeding and management of livestock to derive two profits growing farm products the other from feeding them on the farm Regardless of the system followed whether It be production of feeders or finishing cattle a knowledge of the factors which control cost of feeders is of vital Importance These factors may be arranged into two distinct groups Inherent in Individual which causes one grade of cnttlp to bring a higher price per hundred weight than another the other depending on financial or in dustrial or market conditions and in fluencing grades The group of factors which influences the prices of various grades of cattle Is as follows 1 Type or conformity 2 and breeding 3 Age 4 Condition C WeightA beef steer Is blocky and compact has a short deep body short thick neck short straight legs straight and underline an abun dance of width from one end to tho other plenty of scale and a feeders head and eye The skilled feeder buyer pays much more attention to the than tho Inexperienced buy er would deem necessary especially with stock cattle which not filled out sufficiently to judge as to their future development and probable form when finished lie will also realize at first Blanco whether or not the eye is one that Indicates a quiet and contented disposition Tho head should bo broad short with full forehead strong jaw large mouth and nostrils and free from either coarseness or delicacy If such a head Is found on a steer In feeder condition It is usually a guarantee that he will make good use of feed and develop Into a thick blocky indi vidual when finished A thick short neck is desirable not because of Its Intrinsic value but because It usually indicates a thick carcass- A short straight back indicates strong muscular development and a tendency to mature early Other things being equal the steer with the broadest and thickest back will bo tho most valuable as tho highest priced cuts of meat are taken from tho back and loin Capacity for feed Is essential In a feeder as tho body must bo main tanned and provided with heat and en ergy before tiny of tho food Is stored In the of fat Short straight legs together with a short deep broad body are nsso Iv If Steer sired grade bull after been for months Dall gain 154 good and grain the elated with early maturity This Is desirable from the producers stand point as it enables him to market his cattle as feeders weighing pounds at IS to 20 months Instead of keeping them a year longer In order to attain tho same weight The early maturing steer will also sell for a greater price per pound as the ex perienced feeder has learned that they will not make rapid and economi gains but will finish quicker than thoso which are slower In maturing Not only is this more desirable Steer tired by pure bred bull after being fed six Dally gain lbs Notice how much greater the Improvement It the high grade steer while the feed lot and crops suc must farm have one from the one the all Quality back head are form 1000 only cal typo to tho producer and to tho feeder but also to tho packer as the early ma turing kind yield a higher dressing percentage thicker cuts and greater proportion of high priced meat Feeding Stock a Particular Job The feeding of cattle when corn sold at ten cents n bushel was an unsci entitle proposition and many mon made money out of tho operation without thinking much about It Corn cannot bo now unscientifically fed and return a profit front its use Conditions In tho raising of live stock have BO changed in ten years that the men that go only on past experience are al most certain to be heavy losers Live stock raising must now bo studied from entirely new viewpoints Pump Packing Try a strand of common cotton rope to pack your pump with it is better than most other packing Signs That Tell Neat farm houses and good barns are generally signs of good dairying ss e 1855 Berea College 1908 OR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith other like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter lectureslibraryand the common brandies taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management ole Free text books 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 havo largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even 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 German Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods Tho highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teacuing First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flrstclasa 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 Bcrea College is not a moneymaking institution All tho money re ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expands on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This groat deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Boron 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 of the young people Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Somo who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring BO cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when tho student departs Second on Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of- teachersall our Instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most I students Is 300 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 000 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental foe and room rent by tho term board by tho half term Installments aro as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle of term 075- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for firm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers cxamU nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plnn first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle of term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board In full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction ot a week i- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for anyunx Aired fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing tho student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when ho returns provided it IswVhh tour terms but making no Allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWben you have made your Journey and arewell started in school it pays to stay as long ns possible The first day of Winter term is January 6 1909 The first day of Fall term is September 16 1908 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretory WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who we it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife withi two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is wortbtihofo to the nxma people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125C t That Brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ught to haTe I AGAINST CORPORATIONS Judge Tafts Decision In the Narrs more Ptrsonal Injury Case It men who labor como to know Mi raft and study what ho has done for their Inlorosts they will wonder how there could be any sincerity In the nl lempt by the Democratic party to proj udlcc labor against him Take the Nnrroinore personal Injury ease In Ohio which whon considers should forever sot at teat all this man afoctured talk for political cffoc thurglng Mr Taft with being the tti rhor of government by Injunction fudge Tafts decision In the Narra more case when he was on the bench has been of tremendous benefit to em ployee as against employer In Ohio lu personal Injury casos The facts of the Narramore case arc three Knrly In 1800 Narromoro was n brakeman on the nil tour road Oni day while at work his foot caught h- an unlocked frog A train came along end he was malmetl for life The rail road refused to do anything for hIm nUll his wife and children dependen upon him for support Namunori sought the akl of the courts Ohle taw held that the frog sboufci not have been left open and court generally bold that au employee knowing that lib employer was In tin habit of disobeying a law Intended for the employees protection by caution lag at work assumed the risks of tin employment The judge before when the case wan tried promptly dtetntaa i the complaint On appeal the case reached the Unit ed States court of appealll and came before Judge Taft Judsou Harmon argued very masterfully for be rail road but the Republican candidate tot president went squarely against court prucodents and of courts In OhioI other parts of the rountry In a decision In favor of Nanamor 10i his decision Judge Taft Mid The Intention of the Ohio legtola turn waa to prwwt tw employee of railways from leinry from a frequent source of danger by compelling thei railway company to adopt a well known safety device And although an employee Implied ly waives a pllancc with the statute and omI to assume tbe risk from unbks frogs end switches by continuing In the service without complaint this court will obi recognize or enforce such agreement The linposltlon of a penalty for the violation of a Minute does not exclude other mesa of en forcement nod to penult the company to avail Itself of snib an assumption of risk by Ita eoi li vces la In effect to enable it to nullify a x oal statute and tll against public poiky Judge Taffa decision still atandM as the law In federal courts When the common pleas court In Cleveland took an opposite stand In tun3 the Ohio legislature hi the spring of I1XH lass cd a law which made Judge Tuffs decision one of the laws of Ohio Who shall estimate the service that Judge Taft informed for aU who la bor In dangerous employment itT his decision In the Narraroorc ease by which he nude the law on the side of those who work The decision in the Narramore ease was against gigantic corporate Inter cats And In the face of Ohio supreme court decisions but Judge Tat found a way to Justice through the nuHbe of the law skillfully drawn to do In calculable service for all time to tbowe who labor ills record nn the bench is not one requiring explanation but understanding to see Its convincing Justness and fairness In all this talk for the purpose of creating mla guided prejudice there Is not a Democrat In the bad who tins said that any of his decisions were wrong In nil his career Judge Taft by deeds has shown the broadest sympathy for nil who labor No man will go fur ther than be In efforts In their behalf but he Is not Indulging In cheap talk of the Demoeratlr type of iMMtdwIak lug by mere promlm nisi miiinnir eentnttond in catch a vote THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK Cmtinud from tnt page that a publication of the list of tho 1contributors to the Republican fund would In the same way answer most of the charges which Mr Bryan Is making against the party There baa been a suspicion however that the statement of the Democrats does not tell the whole truth Chair man Mack of the National Committee i has a flue reputation as a trust agent and Is not wholly trusted It Is believed that the funds about which secrecy Is desired have been handled committeesIyears ago Whore money Is distributed it ia f done bl the national committees The money Is paid over to the chairman of the state committee and by him distributed 80 there would be no trouble In evading the law So after all what docs the publi city of the Democratic fund proves DEMOCRATIC ROPES STRONGp la fact the only thing that makes IhoRepuilearB ct nllnirvous about f the result is that the Democrats still talk ng If they expected to win The big claims of tie Democrats have In a way seared the Republicans which Is i a good thing for they are working very hard Not a single indication of a Dem t ocratic Tlatcry ass beseen by tan sharpest political observer and yet the Democrats act so confident that tho I RenubJleaoB da P not dmfir1stana It ThoreJl no doubt that the Democratic f party Is stronger and more united s I e than It has been In years and that It Is making the hardest fight since S9G hut still tho Republicans cannot flnll Any whom any thing to show hlt Brynn is going to win Tho Democrat declare that there will bo a land slide tho there Is no Indication of It yet Nothing also can elect Brya all admit but the Republicans are 11 Hide nervous for fear the Democrats have some scheme to spring the last few days of thu campaign Except Cor this the campaign is going as It has always gone with Bryan he etartc strong and li getting weaker all the time Unless there is a big sur prise of tonic kind n political convulsion or a sudden landslide In the lalt few days Taft will surely win nnd will probably have a majority of 100 In tho electoral college TAFT AND BRYAN 111DtnA pleasant incident of tho campats took pleas last Thursday night when Mettrs Taft acd Bryan met at a dlr nor gluon by the Aotoolatlon of Con raerco in Chloago The two rival sat near each other exchanged man pleasantries during the dinner Mil showed that on ose subject at ltthey are agreed for both In tIM MCeechee gave hearty support to th project for providing cacate to allow of navigation between Chicago and be Gulf of Mexico- REPUBLICANS POOR There Jwaa never bees a tints when the Itepub Mean National Committee has had so- little mosey for ue at an ejection Contributions corn In very steal and It IB possible that at the end tthe campaign there will be a doflcl to be made up During the Jut wk there have best only two gifts of notl ono of flOOW from Andrew CarnI jgle and one of 1000 from Mrs Rue Ml Sagoboth rich people who are not involved in the trusts but whe wan jo see the country have prosperity TAPE IN KENTUCKY Secretar Tart Is la Kentucky as this paper foes to press and Is making a number of speeches In this state From here he will so to the South where he will spend two or three days Moat of the rest of the campaign willI 1HI In tin England and In nd Ohio This Is not because ot- areat fear that Bryan can carry thesi tales but to keep them solid fort Is recognised that unless Bryan pets all of them he will have practl ally no hope of electionIThe official Itinerary of the Tart pedal is as follows Leave Ashland at 9 oeloek oyer the faeoapeake and Ohio railroad Arrive at Olive Hill 1D1G I1mmt- een minutes stop JIlinIIutesSalt Lilt 1141 nmlvo top minutesI Mt Sterling 1210 pJtlrtlt n utes stop Winchester 110 pm twenty minutes stop Lexington 229 pmone hour stop Int1atop640 pm fifteen mia tea atopIArrive at Louisville 866 pm where hero will be a monster ullyIHUOHLS SHOWS Goy Hughes trio thru the Middle Welt has been most successful and hen tIWo roahlu vote right along In Chicago he addressed the biggest eettng of the year and IB all tbe ates he bat been thru he has aroua ad treat enthusiasm Meanwhile his laneea In New York are Improving anll there U little doubt that he will a reelected HEARSTS SURPRISE Ono of the irprlsee of Uw oatnpalin has been the tlg vote polled In the Georgia election by the Indepondnce party lloaat4- ow organization It cast rtarly one thIrd of the total vote leaving tho tepubllcans a bad third and thero IIi good hope that It may come to be II strong rlvalto the Democratic party In that state If this can be taken as bowing anything In regard to the trcngth of that party elsewhere rhlch is doubtful It would show that Hearst and his crowd would take con- sIderably from the Democrats BRADLEY AT WORKSenator Iradley Is doing hard work on the Lump In this state and seems to have lost none of his old powers of oratory In spite of his loss of reputation and popularity after his disgraceful per ormance of last winter Ills crowds arc not so large as formerly however arid he is not so good a vote getter according to men who kayo been where he has spoken NEWS OF THE WEEK tCcmllsiMd frow Ftr t Page FALL 4000 FEET AND LIVES Two AmariKin baoonicts who had carted fx m Utrila In a baloin iae thpr toll 4OCO feet when their bal ogn exploded bu the big gas bag aught the air and they tell so slowly that neither of them was hurt Ncarl 80000 people saw the accident ROCKEFELLER IN CELLW G Rockefeller c nephew of John D was locked up In a New York folic station bocnuco ho was unable to furnish 100 ball 110 hall been arrest od for running hh auto fatter thim the law adores and was kept In jilll only till Lila friends could get thor with tho money IHXILOBION KILLS 13 Twelv men and a woman were hilled mat Wednesday in an explosion In a groin warehouse In Vonuont Tho total lose was 400000- BASUBALLI PENNANTS In tho National League Chicago won tho ofootingIoftgo now beaten won tbo Aofrlcoo Loaeuo championship In a series of games to deeille the worlds championship This II Chicago third straight victory AFRAID OF 11000800 There II a family In Chicago which has a right to 1000000 but wally does not wan It The family It that of Brail Atche a small store paper who hat re cently learned that a fortune lag been left him by a rich uncle lit and hit vrtto boUt dedaro that the are perfectly happy now and that they are afraid that the money would bring HiihapplneM They will prolJAWr take It however NO BALKAN WAtt YET The there have been runton of vfRtn In the Balkaoe where Turkey and list neighbors are at swords points sad in a few elves there June been skins lahec between troop still there IuIe at yet uses no declaration of war and there It still hope that actual fighting will be averted Tits alt nation swine to be In the posse of Germany and there It MO telling at to what the lear will do It taw seems probaWh that Bagtand will ar rive at tome lu lrettniMlIng with Rqe ala under whisk both will spore to let Austria keep the provinces the hat stolen and will keep the other little nation quiet preventing Turkey from turttec anything It UMT to this there may be no war saw tat there will be a spark left soar a powder keg for both Turkey sad Ser via which has tress a little tojur Td by Austrias eotirte will lie looking for a chance to get even and Russia will feel that she hat not ties treated justly In the meet So the proIt- pect it not very cheering attar all WORLD PRACB FAR OFF The worst part of the whole business law- bass that it laM completely destroyed the hopes that have been held for tn last few years that there was omlug a time of so muck better un erstandlDg among the natlont that hey would be able to drop satae ex pensive armaments they have been marrying and relieve the world of the heavy taxation which It necessary to keep up the armies as well at of tIe treat danger of killing thousands of meD Peace Congresses and friendly llplomacy had made It seem that this was about to be realised but the tJelqIbelnsNow It has been proved that one of tbe biggest and moat civilised nations las no regard fer IU solemn promisee end im DM It sure what country will rlNltW its treaties nssct There eU- M BO 9BnfId ne In such a situation lid all tee nation are preparing to nit men money and still more money Into ships and rUles and armies and all the bore far reducing armaments ins gone glimmering This will ro loot on this country too for we will i lave to follow suit and build battle ships for wo have no way of knowing when some big nation will feel that it can profit by attacking us Englan las already given up her plan for reducing her forces and wll prepare for war Other nations will do likewise and It Is likely that the next few years will see more money spent for I varfaro than has over been the case In tho world before She Is Certainly A Gird All Right Mrs Elizabeth Martin started early In life to feather her nest well and bas always had her eye on the main ihanco She began life as Elizabeth 3lrd of Harrison County near Paris- Ky I Her first venture outside he home nest was when she married Bud hlartln When +lr Martin died nhn married Edward Crow a farmer When the time CAme for her to hange nests she allied herself with iVIHlam Rabbin Then David Buzzard a widower more attractive socially aa personally than his name would Indl- roto appeared and Mrs Robbln be- xtme Mrs Buzzard Into the Buzzard roc tit Mrs Buzzard carried one little Uartln two little Crows and one little lobbln One little Buzzard was there to welcome the other birds =Madison Ohio Review ABOUT ADVERTISING NO 1 The Perambulating c ShowcaseB- y Herbert Kaufman The newspaper is a huge shop window carried about the city and delivered daily into hundreds of thousands of homes to be exam ined at the leisure of the reader This shop window is unlike the actual plate glass show case only in one respectit makes display of descriptions instead of articles You have often been impressed by the difference between the decorations of two windowtrimmers each of whom employed the same materials for his work The one drew your attention and held it by the grace and cleverness nnd art manifested in his display The other realized so little of the possibilities in the materials placed at his disposal that un less some one called your attention to his bungling you would have gone on unconscious of its existenceAn must know that he gets his results in accordance with the skill exercised in preparing his verbal displays He must make people stop and pause His copy has to stand outHe must not only make n show of things that are attractive to the eye but are attractive to the peoples needs as well The windowtrimmer must not make the mistake of thinking that the showiest stocks are the most salable The advertiser must not make the mistake of thinking that the showiest words ure the most clinching Windows are too few in number to be usedwith indiscretion The good merchant puts those goods back of his plate glass which nine people out of ten will want after they have seen them The good advertiser tells about goods which nine readers out of ten will buy if they can be convinced Newspaper space itself is only the win dow just as the showcase is but a frame for merchandise pictures A window on a crowded street in the best neighborhood where prosperous persons pass continually is more desirable than one in a cheap sparsely settled neighborhood An advertisement in a news piper with the most readers and the most prosperous ones possesses a reat advantage over the same copy in a medium circulating among persons who possess less means It would be foolish for a to build its win down in the alleywayand lust as much so to put its advertising into newspapers which are distributed among alleydwellers Ceprri M 1906 by Tribune Oinp a Chtotce I 4 IIN OUR OWN STiff Odd Follows MeetJames Running for SenatorGovernor Appeals to Good Citizens to Help Drive Out Lawlessness ODD FELLOWS MEET Tho Odd Fellows of Kentucky meet at Bow ling Groan Tuesday for the annual Grand Lojge JAMES FOR SENATOR Olllo James has announced that ho will bo a candidate for senator to succeed Thomas II Paynter Gov Wlllson hon offered a reward of 500 for the arrest and conviction of nny one of the band of fifty men that killed David Walker and his wife and children at HIckman Ky a few days ago In the reward proclamation the Governor says this crlmo Is the logi enl outgrowth and result of the toler ation of tho night rider crimes in large districts of tho Stale is only lone degree removed from civil war and the only salvation for tho name honor and character of Kentucky h for the whole people to rise up in their might to save their liberty uphold their laws and mercilessly put- down murder arson Intimidation and proscription wherever they dare show themselves He also urged tho people to Made I ble In their rotpetlvo neighborhoods and take stern prompt nnd effective measures to punish every cowardly i scoundrel that rldoc the roads to in timidate and threaten his neighbors LonIestimated at over 169000 destroying the Jackson buildinG and the JUne hart livery both owned by Col R M Jackson Store keepers In tho block also lost heavily- LOW SPEAKS Continued from Wf t rage failure of the reciprocity plan that tho maximum and minimum pla had much greater advantages On the labor question Mr Low took up first the Democratic plan for re moving labor from under the nntl trust law Mr Low declared that along as labor had to do with actual production that plan Is Just but that when labor left the domain of pro duction and attempted to hamper tho commerce In tho products of product Ion It must In justice be subject tall laws governing others In tho same situation He discussed legal discus Ions by loading Democrats to provo thisTaking up then tho matter of In junctions Mr Low first showed that there has been great abuse of the process and that both parties rccog I THE MARKET Bares Prices Potatoes Irate von bu 100 Cabbage 2Hc per lb Honey 12Hs per Ib r Applet per bu U60 Itgv per doz 200 Butter por lb 200 Bacon per lb 124a Ham per lb IGu Lard per lb 1cC ticked on foot per lb 104 N lions on foot per lbSc lN thern per lb35c Corn 700- Wheat per bu4100 Outs 600 1 tiva Stock L ut vllle Oct 14 11OSt eQholio export steam 4 00 G 00 Ottoleo hutaher stare S 7 4 26 Medium Imtcker steers 3 00 4 oe Common butcher steers I 60 3 00 00Choke hatcher belfers 3 10 4 Medium buteher heifers I C 160 Common butcher heifers I GO 3 00 Cbvtv butcher CUWH 3 UI 4 e0 NI ions bmijhw onwn 2 6 i II Common butcher cows 2 60 2 iG CAnners 1 00 1 tG t i at osen PSI 4a6 MH an oren E eo 1 t0 Chaise wIll 2 Ie S i Medium bulls t 21 60 ObBIBbn DWll- lCbolce 115 I 10 vel oalvt G N 016 Medium veal ealvea 4 M 6 10- I Common calves 2 to 4 00 Good feeders 4 00 45rylrem SM 4 Common feeders 2 10 3 GO Choice stock togs I lit 310 MeUIVM stork Heort 211 1 N COMUMW ctook Meon- MM S N 15 tluin nur b teen 2 lit 016 Chnlee seek hHfeve 366 4 Cnswctl gateau atoeJwn 219 10- 0cu alkb ws 110 46 N- Mdlsa rtkba ol It C- OCuaeimrs silica mms U W- W110M Clviv twerer W hiltsIM M4 up NM sad Maher 1W to MO Ibl I tI sidle fm toM IW 6 M Uffct t W M urn 4 6- iibt sh4n i I3HIM It 6 Hoo ht 110501 is 111 w I H- Okotoe hat steep 100 UortkMi sheep I- Ion sheep I N I f iN 1 1- OUCu lambs 4IS SM- SNtmtall 4 H O ut iich r laiNb 4 ft 6 tIO OlM avd Jail endir 210 4 00 MIS l 0UCpm M MAMst M w euyar mired Wpht and special mire 13Wc heavy to Medium II- IlJouam1t8100 per Ib BACON Clear rib atoos 114e ret n t 4t side lalye brektast boo en Is sugar oared shoulders lOc barn mats lee bellies lie heavy Ise- LAKDPrlr mesa Ia Usus u4bii pure bat In tlercee 114 la talc 131 IKIi iiF tYilbE- GOSCaen coast lit par doll cased Ilk BUTTsltI041c pw Ik- POULTKT prtof chJck M 1ta heat lIe denim eM to twJ eya 10ilc dotkt rwiac 91- 1w1I16Art1 J red 3- CORNNo S white tic MB S IxedMVko OATS New Ke L whit We No S mixed lc- Itvtr Nu S Northern sea No3 Northern gem nlze that labor has a legitimate grieve 1I anco The difference lies In tho plans of tho two parties tho Demo crate destroying the power of the In junction while the Republicans wish to regulate It Ho showed too that the Republican plan Is really more In tho Interests of tho laboring man than laI the factIare importantthenediscussed tho characters of the two candidates showing Tafts much officenspeech the most profound attention thruout and was rewarded at too close with gonsnus applause Tho meeting was thanks mostIIconvIncing over greatly In tho vote on el colon day Cringing It to a Climax I know whats passing In your mind suddenly told the nnildon ns tho lutbltUMily silent caller stirod nt her 1 know too why you im ealllug hero night after night appropriating my linn to juuraolf nud keeping utluir bleu young mien awry You ivnut mu to umrri ion dont you ll do Ruspcd time num 1 thought BO Very 4veU11 wlll Judge 4 ie 4 The Porter Cor INOIIRrORATlDI PHONE 12 BEREA KY + hMh e s aro srI oaoaoaoeoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaottoaoaoaoBoaoeoaoaoaoaoaoac g I 0 Berea and Vicinity i o 0 ornATHHRBD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES tt cO o oenuoooooooooeo onoooooooooo BESTdi1DENTIST OITV IllOVH 183 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Mlwoe Bottle Lewis aad Lllltoh Neweamor spent Saturday In Rleh niondTho HOB W II 8wlthetRchM candidate for eleoter on Ute Ilryn ticket spoke In the eollege elinpel Tuesday tilght Mr Smiths high xuindlug as a lawyer MM a n U- MtCUred I hire a large and M8 aad raroful attention It was Celt MlUd the b Kt 1lble with a bad sab feet and he dUcuMed ekufly policies on WHirh both parties urn agreed Mr Smith K Monday to NFW York to try tu hel Tammanj carry that city Mies Nit lr oidhau van the guest of Mr nod MM Ilert Cotldlnnton Sat urday and Sunday There li a dKlded eJatiRc in the htyle ft the ItH The tOIIl graceful lines pad Iii ciaplre tf1et Nrethe most I p ILu There ft a complete tuck t t the new tlIir nt sire S It 1111 W R- iilng ittIlnl of Vallew III vU hI hMrr Mra Jo r let this week Mr p1 MK U M liurrss left Iuadti f r 1vini lAck inr a vuitwlth frleR411 them Mr hIII Mm fhas errn of Paint I Lick a re vi Ming wlU frludu here ttu rill t II UIr work Mrs 11 II Hurdette Hunt who lias thornal t11r Ia her parenth Mr and- Mrs j iinnMt for tiie pant two raonttH riiunei to her lioiur at Plkr vllle K last week Mr wild MTK O II Dill and chll tires fl i lit nod Monday rom a short visit with riUtlvee la Ja knon and other 4 Inin ruuotlee Cull aud are my ooMj IItte line ot echo nod dr as bate My hats are Rood Ki i lo und ajodoiiip In price u very d ui io ntbinrirtiMiss Fowler Cbestai tit tlyodte Wt li h A tatt r Jnt received ruin June W llloat IT rima Urcgorj Dakota nays IM j out rxpeet n get any laud tee Mr a MI wille Gamble ar- elflq i IIMItd on IM arrival or a orsI j L iiiter Monday algbt Mr iil r J W fowls leers nut Tae aIy rtr Oklahoma and other points Mi in1 vwt Mr CfeHbb slid Irot Dh u sore wont ta Utehanxl Ial rty to lMKI the lies ilwh Low The Ibir Harvey Helm ot Stanford Deuli7fitiO Oengreammn dlKrlot teal eandldote for nHltolout WIn speak In Dares Tuesday night l bit 80 livery one Invited to come aud hear a good speech llr Wm Wsh near Paint Lick tins sold his farm of 100 aoroa to W O Moore and Win Todd Jr for i600 Mn Fish will move to tho Ballard farm near Paint Lick Tho lllblo school of tho Union church will hold Rally Day Service next Sunday Oet 18 at 930 a m I A cordial Invitation Is extended to all members and especially to the fathers mothers and friends Tho commlttco have prepared an Interest Ing program and tho decorations be In charge of Dr Cowloys classIwith somo of the young ladles school to anslst Come it inaklug this a delightful tlmeIISouvenirs for members of the schoolTo I got a perfect fit in tho i rln dresses you need n ItIveryevangelistic meetings In Borca two yearn ago will bo remembered by I ovorybody tins just had Chapman and Alexander for a two days conference In hs own church and city Ho writes Prcs Frost that two days of Chap man are north a month of any ono aglsol and says Borca should drop 4 nil school oxerclsoe and bring In nil tho neighbors for flftesn miles around thornf Walter Ben nett Mrs Itonrk of Richmond drone to Borer to hear Mr Low Sunday morning and were the gueata of President cal Mrs FroItISo B Welsh was eonvleted in Rleh frond a oeeocd time last wosk on the chat= of shooting McBride hero finednWO The ooflrt of Appeals granted anew trial after his tint conviction last year RIOHMONDWEmOWING Tho largo safe In the Richmond poet office woe cracked Monday night and sliest IMO In cash and a large B Mber of al8aWe registered JBok arse was tales No dew to tko thieves has yet been found but It la snpposed that they were yocgmea who came and west on a freight train FARMERS INSTITUTE The meeting of the Madison County J Fnrniera Instltato keel In UM Uerea trot loge Tabernacle last WedMsdy sod Tburwlay was a aont sMosemful sad entiuxiKnttc one sod thaaka to tko I ettViriH not only ot the leadsre who 4U excellent work but of tin other speakers and of all who were preset It was of great able to an who were able to he present it was unfortun ate that more wire not there for there It is Impossible to measure the betxflts derived from such dUcnaaioiie Chief credit for the pod work of tIM Inntltute of tours goes to the IeedrrH John Q Blair aad W 11 Cla toii who presentod their anbjects will force and Interest and led the dlsniMioiiK well Special credit should wise lx given to Oeoffrey Morgan for Ills IIUIXT on fertilisers The Instlta ite frtItt4d Jodge Qomlloe president sad voted to hold another session In list a on the Meottd Saturday HI November I TLYCEUM COURSE The first number of the Fall Ly j amiss eovree will be given In the Chapel sturdy night at 710 and deserves the attendance ot all who can nt to It It will be a programme by the alma U Smith Concert Co Those who will take part will be idles Blma II Smith famous ae an 11Itor of children birds sad animals and as an Impersonator Miss Rita Rich who sings songs of different oations IB the costumes of those nat low Waldenuw roa Coitus Mollulst sad William Rumrael pianist Dont fall to be there Dr A B Thomson was In Wlnolies ter Wedueeday afternoon to address the Presbyterian Synod whisk net there Wednesday morningj ITho Berea Telephone Company requests that advertisers pest no moro bills on mho poles belonging lo tho Company These nro the reasons polcsITasks or nails In poles mako It dim cult for the trouble man to climb Bills pasted on tho poles look very bad and hang on In tatters till the weather wears thorn oft Nothing Inn town looks much uglier than dirty ragged papers dangling from the poles along tho IThe streetsIthat Berea people should bo t11 vljn taklng le from Richmond tack to noroI1 whether such pcisous are telophoio subscribers In Berea or not See notices In Richmond papers This Company Is thus compelled In turn charge Richmond people for talking Berea to RichmondIOur patrons quested to observe this notice In the future FOR SALE 1C acres of good land one nod A halt mile from Berea Ky Four room box house and a MX 1C barn and good garden PrJctSMO JOe WilanIlsDerea Ky U Z P F 7Use Zarings Patent Flour And do not fail to visit our start when in need of something good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables ThE CLEAN STCRE aill 1R pvatber Successor to OolDcn Grocery Company pbonc 184 nDain Street Opposite Citf3cn ontcc I oeO08ouoooeueuuuI C I g College Items il o HERE AND THERE 0 0 0 o nnOooooenoon Three boys went homo last week M a result of throwing flro buckets leavingIthe building with little or no protec lion at this time when the danger Is greatest because of low water supply as well M violating all rules of good order V The colored people of Lancaster hold a meeting In tho Interests of tho Now Sohool projected by Beroa I last Monday night and made n good start toward the 1800 which they pro geese to raise m that county Pirn Prost and Prof Klrke Smith were the leading opeakor Henry Ingnun reached town Monday After a trip to Cincinnati and Hamil ton 0 He has had a aueoessful sum mer IR the mountalnt trtt In Sunday school work and then selling dust cards He will liars here Thursday to resume the latter work Preo Frost west to Lebanon Monday oabnslMsa tor the college Miss Adklaa of Klgln 111 who for fire yeara has born Pfcyelcal Director In the Blgln Youag Woman Chrtotla AeeoeteUcn WIle a College visitor Saturday sad Sunday Miss Adidas gave a very lntresttnc talk OB City Work at the y W C A meeting Sunday night The eolored people of Paris held a rneeUmr Tuesday night addressed by Dr Thoanott of Derea Dr DoDd of WMIIanwtmrg and trot Gentry of Paris In behalf of the New School I for colored youth and votod to under take to rate a UtouMBd dollar in Bourbon County and then to neek further aid from their white neigh bore I Bristol Taylor who has bees ongag ed In Sunday school work In tho east ern pert ot the state was In town over Sunday tanking arrangement to return to school and finish his course I President Frost preacheda at the Grove on the Point near the burial Ground Sunday afternoon at four o look to a very largo audience SUchI opn afr senrlon are very pleasant and profitable iI Doses was detested 170 last Sal urday by State at Lexington in one of the best pates that a Dorea loam has ever put up In it our boys played a superior brand of football nilI the way thru and were only defeated ty the meat weight of jke State team which amounted to almost 26 pounds to a man State was entirely unable to gain by any kind of scion tiflc football olther end runs or forward pats u and it was only by using two tren mdously heavy men and IIIUsAhoy times oven with this handlt linn Bereti held for downs and saved rte goal hud It State had had brains and skill to back its brawn the score would have been much higher As I CZUTYbt latlo0 JArRRIQ O O1Irt COol JJAhts t It Is Diroa is in fine shapo and has high hopes for tho game with Transylvania here next week FINE NEW PREMIUM Tho Citizen is ablo to offer Its readers this week a fine new prom hum which is especially valuable to school toaohers school trustees And all others who are Interested in the proper conduct of the public schools It Is Prof Dlusmcres Teaching a District School which Tim Citizen published serially last year and which Is consldarid the beet that has yet been written on the subject Follow- Ing are a few remarks from letters which have been received about the book I do not remember to have seen a took which comes so near to meet lug Intelligently all the problem and difficulties of the teachers ot the district school or of any school for that matter therefore it is a book whloh should bs in the hands of every teacher C W Richards Sapt City Schools Princeton Ky These pages aro teeming with coul1utle difficulties problems helps other hellinspiration and my best possible commendation la that every toaoher should read and reread this oouitry eehool classic J O Crabbo State Superintendent cf Btfucatlon Its the teat for rural teachers that bin yet been printed Youve done a service for the teacher of the cowman school J W Crab tree Pros Peru Neb State Normal Sehool With Tke Citizen one year WOB The book atone at Citizen office 100 RACIAL ANIMOSITIES The trouble at Springfield furnishes another example of the tact that racial animosities are peculiar to no particu lar states or sections in tho American I Union and that the lawless element among those people whoso fathers de manded the abolition of negro slavery can be quite as murderously unjust InI their treatment of the black man as can the lawless element among those people who once held the negroes InI bondage The presence of the negro In this country and his condition is n national problem and not a sectional one Criminality on his part Is oItoor clues This is true both North and SoHth Negro criminality Is not to be j rand by whlto lawlessness lynching do not have any preventative effect the crlmo for which they are tees ual punishment Mob lawlessness In all parts of the country must bo ond od before tho white people of both sections cnn strike upon a national policy free from hypocrisy with regard to the negro Don Marquis In Unolo Roinuss The Home Magazine for October BRYAN AND TILLMAN On tho question ot negro distrait chioment Bryan of Nebraska and fillman of South Carolina stand shoulder to shoulder Mr Bryan has defined his attitude In tho following llngul1goI EVERy DAY CLOTHES Are made attractive when worn over an AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET If you are not already acquainted with the mer its of these famous cor sets try one and your will always wear them V I have every style and size Mrs S R Baker RichrripndSt 1 Phone 123 BereaKy 4 I IThe white man In tho South has disfranchised tho negro In selfprotcor tlon Tho whlto m nor tho South shallbecessary to prevent tho recurrence of tho horrors of carpetbag rule Senator Tillman has spoken oven more frankly as witness the following Wo stuffed ballot boxes and we shot negroes We aro not ashamed ot It In tho South Mr Bryan poses as the special friend of tho negroes and assures them that his election as President will be greatly to their advantage Senator Tillman also Insists that ho Is their best friend Both of those eminent Democrats would prove their friendship for the negro by rob bing him of his constitutional rights That the Intelligent negro citizens of Northern States should voto for Mr Bryan In splto of his open approval of the dlsfranohlsement of their follow negroes of the South Is simply unbe lievable As well might they be ex pected to vote for the restoration ot IaveryITAKING BRYAN AT HIS WORDti In nearly every speech he delivers William Jennings Bryan pleads for public confidence In his sincerity He assures the peoplo that ho is thoroughly in earnest that he means exactly what he says and that if elected he will fulfill his pledges to the very letter Taking him at his word In this matter it is worth while to Jocall that he lion record as follows I want you to understand that In this great contest for free silver I am enlisted uot tor a year not for four years I am enlisted for tile war no matter how long that war may last I shall not eases to fight until the gold standard which has cursed every nation that ever had It II driven out of the United States across the ocean sad back to time old world where U belongsIf Bryan Is sincere In his public utterances and he insists that ho al ways dehis purpose as disclosed in the declaration quoted above Is beyond all doubt or m underatanHnT He has neither renounced nor abandoned the fight for free silver but Is com mitted to It just m uncompromisingly as he Is to free trade Government ownership of railroads and the res traint of trade by placing arbitrary limits on the output of Interstate corporations Public Lexington IIeraJlII I I will on Thursday Nov gth1008 at the late residence of Mrs E J Wallace deceased where I now live the Wallace Mill turnpike J 12 Ion from the Richmond and Lancaster tuniplko 3V miles from tbo thriving village of Paint Lick In Madison County Ky sell to tho highest bldijer a lot of good horses 8 mules a lot of good cattle At tho same place and on the- Rmo day the Master Commis stoner of Madison County will sell 188 acres of good rich fertile land 1lneIhigh ground with a beautiful rolling front yard good out buildings god Ice house Rood cistern and lasting stock water Wm Wallace Paint Lick Kentucky W P Prewlft Auctioneer Bsrea Ky- FARM FOR SALE A flue farm about two miles from Beroa on tho Wallaoston Plko contains 189 acres In two tracts of 42 and 97 acres each with good houses and outbuildings orchards and good water tho land mostly cleared for sale either together or separately If not disposed of previously will bo sold Nov I 14 at public auction on the premises together with the farm implements household and kitchen furniture J E Hulett Berea Ky FOR SALE House and lot Cor nOr Jackson and KIdor Sta For particulars address me at Disputants K Mason Anglin FARM FOR RENT Good farm at Brassfield For sale or rent Possession given at once Apply to W D Logsdqn Bcrcu ICy or J P Logsdon Panda KyIOne Little Example You arc tho BchpcaUer Yes sir I nm Veil vot you schpenk about My subject sir Is this Resolved That I will never believe anything I do out un ellltandtOh my Is that It Veil now you shoost take von Uetk example There you see that Hold my pasture over thore Now my horse he oat the grass und It home up hair nil over hes pack Thou uiy sheep he eats shooHt the same grass and It grow wxil till over him Aid rot you think My goose ho tIIlS the gross jo and httnfeIlelsh txi liinno IIt L AT Davis M D OFFICE AT R SIDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST S R BAKER I DENTIST lundlair IOIHre hourClljr riiiiii Teeth extracted EXPERIENCEBEREA Richmond K Buys a DR good I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS ICOPYRIGHTS cAnyone aendinR a kecti and nmcrtpttnn nay qulukir wen ii Oirc HI froo wlietler ao liiTciiilon mwim if r iiCinliin omnnnlea tlniiimricUrcotiunc ii a IIQtlOUOOX on Intcuu uraeruruRpalentaIatenttaken iftclatnutta wlihoatcburio lu fife Scientific Jhnericaiu larveetelrteulatWnBWI four roonlln IL 1UNN 3 =wrTNeWYork IJrancb OOce ea B at wuhingtonllC I UNION LAWN FENCE I sntlsfnctot7den We mnkn fencliic tar Invrns poultryWrttaUNION FENCE CO DeKalb ilL Kansas City Mo IV rmtJEverybodyVM0 MM watt rev tJ a r fowrLUENfc xkelme PAPER HUNG WELL Years of experience in all kinds of Paper Hanging Every job done at the time promised AllIof samples at prices to suit all Prices for work very reason able I will call 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cash deposit Russia and Japan have practically forgotten that little unpleasantness Russia has appointed M Malevsky Malavltch as ambassador to Tokyo nod the strain is over On account of hard times rigid econ omy must be practiced In the realm of tho mikado Mrs Mikado may have to look up a cheaper place to buy her eggs and breakfast bacon Birmingham AgeHerald No new army officer can hereafter be sworn In who is not 6 feet 5 Inches high This rule would have shut out Phil Sheridan and one Napoleon Bonaparte also That sailor who asked Jeffries to black his eye as a souvenir of his visit to the Pacific didnt understand tho game Jeff couldnt think of giving a fellow pain it no sate receipts wero Involved Franco sells automobiles In Great Britain worth about 100 times as much as the motor cars England markets In France That ought to burst a tire or two on the wheels of John Dulls conceit I Beware of the common housefly He may look Innocent and even benign I but the health department which has pried Into the innermost recesses of Mr Flys private business says he Is carrying all manner of diseases In his grip When salaries are raised the Ger man emperor does not like to be left out The pay of hts Prussian minis tors having recently been Increased It la reported In Berlin that ho is about to ask that his own pay be raised because of the increased cost of living Tho emperor seems to be human after all It Is said that King Edward would make William Waldorf Astor a peer if he were not afraid of offending the United States However If England can stand for William as a part of Its nobility there is no reason why we should object It seems as If the mother country would really be In need of the sympathy Six state legislatures out of the 46 In the country have petitioned con gress to call a constitutional conven lion in order to secure an amendment providing for tho election of United States senators directly by the people A petition from the legislatures of twothirds of the states Is required before congress Is required to call such a convention Yankee Ingenuity Is equal to almost anything as was proved tho other day when it was found necessary to put fresh boilers in a New England grain elevator Instead of stopping the ma chinery a railroad locomotive was run alongside of the building nnd a con nection made between its boiler anti the engine inside Work was con tinued and no employe lost a day Every ship in Admiral Evans fleet has beaten Its former record by a good margin That Is as much as strategic secrecy can let the American people know of the target practice of the fleet at Magdalena Bay Tho officer who said it added The world will bo astounded when the facts come out While we are waiting to be astounded we can pass the Umo In being proud tAn Interesting contribution to a new work on English synonyms was made by Senator Dolliver of Iowa the other day Asked by Senator Bacon II the provisions of the employers liabil ity bill would not annul the state lawn on the subject he replied they would supersede the state laws Pressed to explain be said to annul statute is tc disregard 1t to Ignore It and render II a dead letter but to supersede It Is tc r overlay It with a greater jurisdiction retortedji difference I t yen PopularMusic Airs May By PROF EDMUND I GURNEYI HE musical instinct of the people is normally sound though it everybody for scraps of evidence about it is occasionally startled by find ing thnt these go for the most part unobserved and that what he thought are received as paradoxes Now at this moment a house painter is humming sotto voce Mendels sohns Wedding March outside my door a bakers boy in the street is whistling La ci Darem and a German banda little farther on has just been playing the march from Scipio to the obvious edification of the surrounding nursery maids Yet I believe that at nil events the first two facts would have gone unobserved oven by many of those who know the tunes I admit of course n great deal of low taste both in and out of the streets and I do so in complete conformity to tho argument thnt pleasure must be the criterion of music using tho word low to imply a feeble and expcriI once a greater all more permanent en joyment But I would observe that tha people have to take what they can get Would that they got more chances and that one had not to walk through miles and miles of park in sunny Sunday afternoons without en countering a single bund Allmusicians must know the sensation of being haunted even by tunes which they absolutely dislike and though I do not proton that street boys dislike the bad tunes they whistle no ono with any experience of places whore the trial has been made can doubt that they would sing and whistle good tunes and do when they got tho chance of knowing them infinitely more con amore Good music seems to make its way like water wherever channels are open for itnllll if I have dwelt chiofly on simple melodies it is only because circumstances not necessity have hitherto in groat measure limit ed the peoples chances to these It is impossible to mistake tho look of joyful welcome on many faces when for instance tho glorious themes of Beethovens concertos flash forth again and again now from the solo instrument now from tho orchestra Criticism Harmful in Home By LOUISE D MITCIIELL ZANOW1LL Classic commonplaces mechanically I doubt if many womenmany moth ers realize that the habit of criticism isI one of the most destroying elements in the homo today The effect upon children especially is markedly harmful Criticism whether it comes from the reviewer theI preacher the toachor the moralist or the mother should be of a constructive nature to have any rightful place in tho building of life today Most of us draw our best strength for use in the environment in which we are placed from that inspiring source of hearing tho nice thingsnot the flattering things mark you said about ourselves There are few of us who do not recognize either definitely or subconsciously at least our own shortcom ings and it is part of that struggle of Bolfprosorvation inherent within us which induces us to hide them or forget them nnd put our best self forward for the benefit of others in order to be able to got somewhere unhampered by their criticisms And somehow it doesnt seem just right for you or me to thwart that purpose The law of suggestion is a mighty force working for good or illupon this plane of our existence and used judiciously anti with the high moral purpose to aid in the development of humanity it cannot fail to bring the greatest happiness and strength into the life of tho individual the greatest happiness and strength into the life of the individual I know that you an do this or that and do it woll Only try it This is one of the foundation stones of success for your husband your child your friend or yourself Fed from this sustaining source hope which is a large part of our working capital in whatever we may undertake grows strong to do and dare and brings us into the full flower of achieve mentInstead of striking the paralyzing blows of harsh criticism upon tho only too apparent faults of your child why not try the more peaceful method of suggesting to him his more lovable traits The child of the byhisNo Sex inPolitics By ISRAEL st lad EinjliU BecomeWell In our generation women have forced their way into almost every department of life After you have let them work in your factories in your fields and mines inIyour bars and workshops in your gardens and postofllccs and counting houses after you have let them practice medicine and study law it is too late to turn back or to position who say that womans sphere is tho home should have kept her there Too late to turn the key on her nowslle is not ntIhome The fact is that important as is the sexdivision in some things it does not stretch across thq whole of life sex has no meaning in politics any more than in dinner parties Men and women pray in the same church and dance to the same music Both sexes have far more in common than they have points of 1j lift f 11 t i i Whyisvaluable than the chimney sweepers We suffragettes demand votes for women not because they are women but because they are fellowcitizens Its nobody business to inquire what sex a voter is any more than what color the voters hair is Once get into your head that the claim of women rests not upon their petticoats but on their purses not upon their being women but on their being taxpayers not on their being our rivals but on their being our comrades and you will escape tangling yourself in- S whole network of fallacies MANIAC FOUGHT 3 OFFICERS ON PLATFORM OF LOFTY WILL IAMSDURQ BRIDGE TOWER Throngs Below Expected To See the Battling Quartet Fall Into the East River Now York Oct 12Upan a plat form ten feet square and 332 feet up In tho air with no coping rail or other protection three policeman fought a desperate battle with Joseph Kratz a powerful maniac armed with a razor Sunday afternoon whllo thousands ol persona looked on from the promenade of the Willlamsburg brldgo and Its Brooklyn approach Kratz who is about 35 years old and weighs 190 pounds had startled the pedestrians on tho bridge by dart- Ing suddenly from tho promenade and starting to walk along ono of tho big cables leading to tho top of the Brook lyn tower PoIICCmen math ODon hell and Bowling went after him but ho managed to reach the top of the tower and was about to jump Into tho river when the foremost policemen caught him Then began tho thrilling struggleThe men looked like little black imps silhouetted against tho sky in dulging In some mad dance or darlu play upon their lofty porch but they were really engaged In a fight for lifeThe great crowd expected every moment to see ono or more of the figures fly off Into space and then one of the actors suddenly sank to his knees and fell flat Tho spectacle was over for all of the figures quickly disappeared ns though a trap door had suddenly been sprung beneath lbembut the drama was not yet acted out Down the unprotected spiral stair w al of 320 steps Inside tho trelllncd steel tower loading 216 feet to tha floor of the bridge tho three police men attempted to carry the uncun scious form of tho madman who had sunk under a blow on tho head trom a loaded billy after ho bad been dou bly handcuffed They had made only a few steps when the roan regained consciousness and all his maniacal fury returned Ills struggles almost threw the three policemen headlong from the stair ana one who had boon kicked In the stomach had barely saved himself by clutchlngXhe stairs after ho had fall en several steps All the way down to the floor of the bridge the battle con tinued and when the three policemen finally reached a safe position they sighed with relief Tho maniac tAint ed from exhaustion and the throng be lieved that death had brought the stirring scenes to a close MURDER COMMITTED BY JONES Who Attempted To Kill Gulteau thex Assassin of President Garfield Washington Oct 12Wm Jones who tried to shoot CharUw Gulteau to avenge tho aaeaMlnntion of President Garfield stabbed to death John A Mo Phonon of Chicago former morn bbr of the marine corps and an Inmate ot the soldiers home here Tho stabbing occurred as the result of a quarrel Jones using a long bladed pocket knife Tho men mot at Bates farm near Brookland a suburb of Washington McPherson died im mediately following the stabbing Ills body has been sent to tho morgue Jones was arrested and Is held on the charge of murder The attempt made by Jones on the life of Gulteau occurred during the ax cltomont following tho murder of Pres ident Garfield by shooting In tho old Pennsylvania station hero In July 1881 Jones was a blacksmith in Washington wild and reckless When Gulteau was being taken to tho criminal court for a preliminary hearing Jones rode beside the van and snot at Uultonu who threw himself to the bottom cf the vehicle Jones gal followed by mounted men The following day uo was arrested at Fredericksburg Vu and brought back to this city for triaL Ho was acquitted Following his acquittal ho disappear ed for a time Later ho returned mar tied and settled on a small trucking farm near the steno of the Sunday nights murder The two men had been drinking and Is said quarreled over the posses sion of A horse Jones claims ho nct ed in self defense ConvictedMeansof Button Appleton WIs Oct 12 Convicted of murder by means of a vest button This Is what befell Paul Krause whu was tried hero on the charge that ho murdered his wife who was fuund hanging from a hook In a closet In her home The case was supposed to be one of sulcldo until tho coroner who suspected that tho woman had been hanged after death searched the prom ises and found a vest button of a pe culiar style In the room outsldo tin closed door It was a button from Krausos vest Krauso will be sentenced to life Imprisonment Football Victim Cannonsburg Pa Oct 12 William M Potts the football player who was Injured In a high school game here on October 3 died Sunday after having been unconscious since Octo ber 6 Looted By River Pirates Plttsburg PH Oct 12The many boats lying In the local pool ready tc leave on the first rise for Cincinnati and the south have been looted bj river pirates of many thousands of to tan worth of valuables HUNGRY BILLY Everything Turned to Candy But It Was Only a Dream Dilly said ho was hungry but ho wasnt really for when his mother of feted him a generous slice of nice bread and butter ho pushed It away saying that he didnt want any old bread and butter bo wanted a nickel to buy candy with If you cant eat bread and butter hilly said his mother you arent very hungry But cant I have the nickel moth I1l11yi mother you are only candy hungry not really hungry And candy Isnt good for little boys Dilly didnt agree with his mother In this matter To be sure ho had spent five cents for candy only tho day before besides ho had his Saturday money every week but ho chose to feel aggrieved on this particular afternoon because ho was denied that which he thought ho should have Without another glance at the de spiced bread and butter Dilly slung himself out of the house and up In tho orchard where ho lay down on tho grass under an apple tree feeling that ho was very badly treated It was very pleasant up there with the sun tight flickering down through tho green branches Dilly gazed Idly up at the blue sky wishing ho was a man with lots of money so that ho could buy all the candy ho wanted Presently he heard n boll ringing loudly Wondering If supper was ready he arose and went Into tbo house There on the diningroom table was Billy Gazed Idly Up at the flue Sky placed one plate one knlfo and ono fork hut ho could see nothing to oat Taking up the plate he started toward tho kitchen thinking perhaps the supper was ready waiting for him on the stove but ho stopped short for he perceived that tho plato was mado of candy On examining tbo knife and fork ho found that they too were of tho same sweet substance In tho kitchen It was tho same thing Tho pots kettles and stove wore all made of licorice whllo candy dishes pans and a chocolate broom nave tho room tho appearance of a regular candy shop Billy wondered vaguely It his moth er Will going IntD the business lie thought ho would hunt her up and ask her what It all meant For she surely would know So ho ran up tho candy stairs to her room Hero also every bit of furniture was composed of ftwcots lied chairs pillows and even the curtains hung In stiff folds ot solid sweetness By tho window stood his mother Ho went quickly up to her but to his horror as ho touched her hand ho saw that she also was turned Into candy This was too much for poor Billy Ho burst into bitter weeping Oh oh what shall I dot Everything Is Dandy Even my dear mother Is turned into candy What snail I dot But I thought you wero BO fond ot candy 01 oh walled Dilly horrified at this drcivUuJ speech Ill never eat candy again My Awn dear mother Oh01l1With n start he awoke Ills face was covered with perspiration and his heart was thumping like a little steam engine Oh how thankful ho was to find It nil a dream Bitting up ho gazed about him In a dazed sort of way for he was hardly yet wldo awake Dear me said ho aloud Whan his heart had slowed down a bit I came near being turned Into a candy kid myself I guess the Saturday money will bo rood enough for tae after this Ho went back to tho luuoe and Into the kitchen There on the table still lay the piece of bread and butter his mother had left for him Seizing It be took a big bite My but that tastes goodsaid Hungry JJilly Annie Brlggs Fox in Good Literature Conundrums QWh Is a hen crowing a roan Ike sault and battery A Because Its a foul fowl pro seeding It CLEVER NEWFOUNDLAND DOGI Instated on Leaving a Tip for tha Walter After Meal There was n Newfoundland dolt on board II M 8 Bcllona which kept on deck during the battle of Copenhagen running backward and forward with such courage and anger that ho bo camo a greater favorite with the men than over When tho ship was paid off after the peace of Amiens the sailors had a parting dinner on shore Victor was placed In time chair and fed roast beet and plum pnddiug and the bill was made out In Victors name To further carrr out the joke three sovereigns were placed In front or Victor and the waiter ordered to give wagrlnehissmall pile of copper and silver being The Copper and Silver Slxperrae insisted on Leaving as the Tip HIdeposited by the waiter ho was to depart when Victor was told to take up the money In his mouth and carry It to tho captain Ho did so but could not bo Induced to touch tho copper and A silver sixpence which amid roars of laughter ho in sisted on leaving as the waiters tip as be had been accustomed to see the captain do on many previous occa sions Upholding Authority- It was n score of years ago that W J Connors now chairman of the New York Democratic state committee secured his first Great frolght bandllng contract and when the work was ready to start ho appeared on the Ohio street dock at Buffalo and called a thousand burly dock wollopers to or der Now roared Connors yet are to worruk for me and I want Ivury man hero to understand whats what I kin lick nnny man In the gang Nine hundred and ninetynine swal lowed the Insult but one huge double listed warrior moved uneasily and stopping from the lino ho said Youu cant tick me Jim Connors- I cant cant IT bellowed JnufNo yo cant was tho response Oh wall thin go to the omco and git your money said Flngy Ill have no man In mo gang that I cant lIakSucCclIs Magazine A TREE PUZZLE The Puzzle a Landlord Put Up to Hlsi Tenants- A certain landlord had a square plot of land In ono quarter of which stood a house let to four tenants In the balance of tbo ground tho landlord planted four apple trees placed as shown In tho sketch Now said the landlord to the ten ants rubbing his bands If you can divide tho ground around tho house Into four equal plots alike In shape and each containing one of the four apple trees which I have planted you Arrangement of Plots shall have tho land without any In crease In your rent The tenants worried over tho prob lcm for somo time and then solved It as In the second sketch Cat Characteristics Cats rather than belong to a now master will cling In grief to the old walls and refuse to bo taken from them Hut If they can tollowJtheir master they will go to the end of the world Ono must not forget that they are extraordinarily nervous and timid and from timidity easily 1 lose their hoods and run away they themselves know not whither They 1 must oo well protected and made to feel that they are guarded and cared t for Wo must not however expect a R cat to obey like a dog It Is a free anti Independent little bell8t1 cousin or the tlona tropical animal which needs great warmth In order to be red come most beautiful and as large as its nature permits Carmen Sylva In lie Century Areas of Various States The are of Maryland is 122 ID l square inllcV 2350 square miles of which are water There are seven t states ir the union which have smaller area viz Every New England state f except Maine and New Jersey and 1 Delaware The gross afea of sane oC I these states squats uhf Mad area of Maryland BULGARIANS CAST OFF THE YOKE OF TURKEY Independence Proclaimed with Ferdi nand as Their CzarAustria Annexes Bosnia and Herzegovina Two Events May Provoke Sultan to War London In the ancient capital of Tlrnovo tho Independence of Bulgaria was proclaimed Monday with rulerII because it Is a distinct Intimation that he regards his country as having overclgnty over all tho people of that blood In tho out Within a day or two AustriaHun gary which has been working with Prince Ferdinand In thin preconcerted plan will proclaim tho now status of iloanla and Herzegovina The question which has been stir ting tho whole of Europe more deeply than any similar question In tho mom cry of the present generation is door it mean war From all the capitals come reports Indicating that It means ilrst ot all another European congress of tho signore of tho treaty of Berlin to consider tho situation and probably o revise tho treaty WarI of weakness Is tho victim of this sltua tOI1 and whllo some Internal animosi ties have been stirred up probably no power Is willing to make war Reports rfrom the emancipated Turkish pros to London Indicate that tho Young Turks will swallow this bitter pill I AS best they can and it thoy do natu Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria sally the Bulgarians while willing and eager for war will have no cause on which to base the beginning of hosUII ties From the British standpoint the whole affair has boon a surprise and more than a surprise because for the first tlmo in years the British govern meat felt itself with apparently a per feet understanding with Franco and Husila and complete friendship with dtaly to bo in n position whore It laminated European politics reserv- Ing out ot this consideration tho al most open enmity between Itself and Oorreany France Also for Peace The chances of war between Dill garia and Turkey are being minimized 1 y Great Britain and Franco who are working together and who have ad vised Turkey against It Turkey ap lliarcntly la disposed to follow this ad doe and It Is believed that If hasty action on the part of Turkey can bo prevented Bulgaria will have dlmculty dn finding an excuse to begin war Tho action of Prince Ferdinand In proclaiming tho Independence of Bui garla Ii condemned alike by tho EGV ernmenti and press of Europe but In some quarters this Is considered a matter of minor Importance so long 01 It docs not eventuate In war as compared with tho threatened annex Atlon of the provinces ot Bosnia and Herzegovina by AustriaHungary Re 1 ports from Belgrade indicate that rfiervla has been aroused to tho danger point bands of Servians marching tho streets of Belgrade and shouting tor war with Austria Turkey Refutes to Yield Constantinople Tho council ot unlnliters met early Monday ovo xlng and were still sitting at midnight preparing a protest which will bo submitted to Bulgaria and tho powers against tho violation ot tho treaty of Berlin Prince Ferdinand has telegraphe- dto the Turkish government that ho was compelled to respect the voice of tho nation and hoped that the friendly relations between tho two countries would continue Turkeys reply which Is being prepared ro luses to rocognlzo Bulgarias indo I popdonco A committee of tho Young Turks Two Americans Have Cholera Manila Ten now cases of cholera were reported for tho last 24 hours The list Includes tho names of two Americans C 0 Harbough of tho civil service and Charles Rldgoway known utho blind poet Cuban Town Suffers In Storm Havana Baracoa on tho northeast coast suffered severely on Saturday and Sunday from a heavy storm Tho custom house which wai In tho source of construction and many other build tag were destroyed STRENGTH OF ARMIES I TURKEY On a war basis Total war rength 1007658 Officers 26973 Soldiers 981685 Hones 67320 Guns 1386 On a peace bull Infantry 318 battalions 293196 Cavalry 197 squadrons 34827 Artillery 231 batteries 31547 Landwehr lit reserve 324544 Landtturm 2d reserve 324544 BULGARIA On a war basis Total war strength 296108 Officers 6431 Soldiers 290677 Horses 41776 Guns 486 On a peace bull Infantry 24 regiments 102812 Cavalry 10 regiments 5920 Artillery 6 regiments 9828 Active reserve 88774 MliltU 83774 party also Is holding a session At which tho situation Is being rovlAwAd Turkey tiS Appeal to Powers Constantinople Tho council of ministers hold a long session Tues day morning to consider the action ot Bulgaria In declaring her Independ coca of Turkey at Tlrnova Monday U was decided that It was Impossible to accept any proceedings that violated existing treaties and that Turkey should address a circular noto to tho powers pointing out Iho necessity of taking measures to enforce respect for tho treaty of Berlin Replying to tho telegram sent to tile Turkish government by Prince KenJInaad In which he said that in doctoring tho Independence of Bulga via ho had been compelled to respect the voice of the nation and expressed tile hopo that tho friendly relations between tbo two countries would con Unue Turkey says oho has Invited the powers to confer on the situation and as her rights aro guaranteed by the powers she will look to them for their defense Servians Are Enraged Belgrade Servla Tho news of Aus triaHungarys action with regard to tho annexation of the provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina has aroused Senla to the danger point Tho streets aro thronged with a wild mob many of tho rioters discharging their revolvers and demanding war with Austria rather than annexation Mediation by France Paris Franco has essayed the role of mediator with tho object of pro venting war between Turkey and Bui carlo and as a result of Foreign Min liter Pichona series of conferences Monday with tho representatives ot tho powers Including M Iswolsky tho Russian foreign minister Naoum Pasha tho Turkish ambassador to Franco tho AustroHungarlan the British the American and the Italian ambassadors and of active exchanges which havo been going on between tho various cabinets It was an nounced that Franco Great Britain Russia and possibly Italy woro pro pared to act In unison to preserve peace and to call a conference of tho signatories of the Berlin treaty to deal diplomatically with tho situation that has arisen between Turkey and Bul garia and to harmonize conflicting In torcsta ao that fresh complications zany bo avoided Bulgaria Declares Independence Sofia Bulgaria Bulgaria a tribu tary principality under tho suzerainty of tho sultan of Turkey Monday proclaimed her Independence of Turkey This action was taken atTlrnovo by Prlnco Ftrdlnand who was elected princo of Bulgaria in 1887 Tho flu garlan cabinet was present with tho prince having met Sunday at the frontier and journeyed with him to TlrnovoTho proclamation was made at the cathedral of Tlnovo at 11 oclock Mon day It was a dramatic scone accom panled by much enthusiasm A mani festo ot independence addressed to the nation was subsequently issued by the prince Tlrnovo Is tho ancient capital of tho kingdom of Bulgaria and It was there in tho olden days that tho kings of J Bulgaria were crowned Wright In PassengerTripe Le Mans Franco Wilbur Wright tho American aeroplaulst made two fllghtrf with passengers Monday Ono was with M Bolloo who weighs about 216 pounds nnd tho other with M Polllor vicepresident of tho Aero club of tho Sarthe Charged with Slaying Kin Chattanooga TennAI a result ot evidence taken before the coroners jury Monday J U Stanfleld Is in jail charged with having murdered his fa tkerlnUv H C lUstey CUBS DEFEAT THE GIANTS CHICAGO WINS PENNANT IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE New York OutPlayed Tremendous Crowd at the Polo Grounds Westerners Play Perfect Ball Chicago 00400000 04- New York 1 0000010 02- Now York Chicago 4 New Yor- k2this was the tale In a phrase told at the ond of tho most decisive base ball game played In this country In many yoors played at the Polo grounds In this city Thursday to do tide the National league championship for the season of 1988 In the presence of a record breaktag rowd which swamped the grounds and loft many thousands outside long buforo the game began a game was played In deadly earnest straight baseball with no frills to settle as tensely dramatic a situation as the most ardent lover of sport could Imag- Ine Chicago won and New York lost It was root baseball witnessed by the greatest of great baseball crowds Spectators who know tho game how ever bitter they may fuel over the tie decision which made tho game com pulsory scorned to concede that the work of the Chicago team was practi cally perfect The Giants well though thoy played were outplayed They Jacked among othor things that certain Indefinable something absence of which Is prob ably In this Instance explained by the results of the great and steady strain they have been under the past week Chicago fresh from rest and well judged practice and coaching was superb In form Brilliant errorless fielding snappy baterunning and op portune hitting In the third Innnlng which made effective in scores a double by Chance won tho game New York could not hit at critical times Tho two great Innings of the game were tho third nnd tho seventh In tbo former Chicago mado all Its runs In the latter opening with tremendous enthusiasm following the loudshouted slogan The Giants lucky seventh hopes were renewed but died after ono run which kept company with that made In tho first Inning on the mammoth bulletin board far out afield H A QAnFIELD COLLEGE HEAD Inducted Into the Office of President of Williams Wllllamstown Mass Harry Augus ttis Garfield of the class of 85 son of President James A Garfield was In ducted Wednesday Into tho offlce of president of Williams college Seven tyfive college presidents had accepted Invitations to ho present and tho care mony of Induction was witnessed by mon prominent In civil and profes sional life The slate was represented by Gov Guild James Bryco ambassador of Great Britain was also present as well as United States Senator Crane and President Garfields threo brothers Secretary of the Interior Garfield Irvin McDowell Garfield and Abram Garfield all Williams men Wounded In Sham Battle Aakabad Turkestan During man covers of tho Turkestan army corps Friday In tho vicinity of Askabad Gen Mlstchenko who played a con splcuous part in tho RussoJapanese war and who Is now governor general ut Turkestan was wounded In a sham battle A revolutionist plot Is sus pected Fatal Motor Car Accident Auburn MoDr Charles E Wil llama of this city and Mrs Williams wero tho victims of an automobile occident nt Leeds Friday Their ma chino was overturned pinning them beneath Mrs Williams died and tho condition ot Mr Williams Is serious Cue of Cholera In a Theater St Petersburg A case of cholera was discovered during a performance at the Souvorln theater There was a pann In tho audience lut no oae was hurt DIG ELEVATOR EXPLODES Thirteen Persons Killed In Disaster at Rlchford Vt Rlchford Vt With a concusslor which shook tho entire village a large grain elevator having a capacity or 500000 bushels exploded late Wedncs day causing the death of 12 men and a womanThe blew off tho cnllrf roof of the building scattering tlm bors In all directions and almost In Btantly flames burst out all over the structure Twentyone men wore em ployed In tho building of whom 11 arr missing and undouttedly perished Al lived in RIcbford Tho elevator was owned jointly bj tho Canadian Pacific and Boston Maine railroads and was occupied bj tho Quaker Oats Company of Chlca go The amount of grain it contained was very large The flames whlcl are supposed to have been started by spontancouo combustion In the dry dust of tho grain spread so qulcll that the limited fire apparatus of thr village was of no avail Nothing could prevent the entire destruction of tin elevator and Its contents The heat sot fire to a flour abet near the elevator and tho shed to gother with 75 freight cars standing near it wero burned The wreckage and fire blocked tbr tracks of the Canadian Pacific rail road completely for many hours so l was necessary for trains to make a detour by way of Sherbrooke Que The total Ion Is estimated at 400000 SLAIN BY SISTERINLAW Capt Erb Prominent Philadelphia Pol Itlclan Shot During Family Quarrel Philadelphia J Clayton Erb cap lain and regimental quartermaster of the Third regiment National Guard of Pennsylvania was shot and killed at his summer homo near Village Green Delaware county Tuesday night Ills Blstcrlnlaw Mrs Cather ine Betsel Is under arrest In the Media jail charged with the murder The woman admits that she did tho shoot- Ing during a family quarrel Capt Erb who was private secretary to lame W Durham political leader of this city was ono of the beat known men In political circles In Phil Adelphla About two years ago he was married and moved to Delaware county Fur a time everything wont along smoothly but recently there were family quarreli Found Dead In a Thicket Warrenton Va Ernest Robinson 24 yearn old a member of the Warren ton Rifles who with his brother Wal ter disappeared from their home here six weeks ago was found dead Friday In a thicket near the railroad tracks at Casanova a small station between Warrenton and Calvcrton There Is no clew to the whereabouts of the other brother who Is two years older Both the young men wero well known and owned the general store hero Nebraska Attorney Disbarred Lincoln Neb Copt Allen O Fisher of Chadron was disbarred by the supreme court Thursday for a period of one year Fisher was charged with raising a claim against the state from 1500to 11500 and presenting It to tho legislature E H GOII Banker and Author Dead Melroso Mass Elbrldgo Henry Goes author and banker died Friday ot pneumonia He was 78 years old Mr Goss had been treasurer of tho Melrose Savings bank for 24 years and was the author of numerous historical works New Surgeon General of I N Q Springfield illfly virtue of an order Issued Friday by Adjt Gen Scott Dr Charles Adams of Chicago Is appointed surgeon general of tho Illi nois National Guard He succeeds Dr Nicholas Senn Chicago deceased Trainmen Perish In a Wreck Spokane WaahA passenger train was wrecked near Follcr Mont on tho Shelby Junction branch of the Great Northern railroad Friday Tho engine went into the river and airm- An and a watchman were killed r rte Is On in W of W TWO OUT One By Another By Capitol Plant Willson received a letter from A S Bennett of the state com mittee him that J A Duff of Ohio county had News also reached berp that R S Rector of Casey county Is dead The problem of what to do with the old and the governors mansion has been solved by the Ills torical Society If the general win only carry out Its plans It Is to wreck both the old state house which was built in 1827 and the mansion which has been tte homo of every governor of and rebuild them on the now capitol is but one thing about the old state building that could not bo saved and is the steps leading from the rotunda up to the halls Ills by the Society to sell the site of the old capitol end use tho In ground around the new capitol The site of tho old mansion It Is to turn over to the for tho purpose of erecting a hospital THREE Break Jail While Guards Were Walt Ing Fcr a Mob Frankfort Ky By prying down the tops of the sills of the windows in the county Jail here at an early hour Thos Thos King federal and Eliza ONan an al leged horse thief escaped from jail They tied their bed clothes together making a rope with which tqslip to the ground It was reported that a mob would assault the jail to take Charles Kelly tho murderer of Ira Phillips from it and lynch him but those for the lynchers failed to see the when they es taped Soldiers Ready To Outbreak that an outbreak on the part of the negroes in Fulton county was imminent and feel ing unable to handle tho situation tho county ofllclals GOY Will son to order out tho troops Ho did and the company of infantry on service at went on active duty A race war between tho ne groes and the night riders causes fear of riot and Village Business Section Burned business portion of Vine Grovo this county was by fire The grocery and meat shop of Berry Jones tho Sllth hotel tho Wright grocery store the produce store of M P Allen the grocery store of Jones Shelton and the and store of the Cooper Bros were The loss is 25000 Convicts Leased To Chicago Parties prison commls slon S M Lykins of Mor gan county deputy warden of the stato prison to succeed W S resigned to accept the A contract for services of 100 con victs was made with R C Carson of Chicago at 35 cents per day for use in a furniture factory Tobacco Burned Augusta tho largo prizing of J J Fa gan near The warehouse 45000 pounds of tobacco on which there was 5000 In surance Mr Fagan lost 15000 pounds of tobacco the farming tools etc his total loss being about 4000 No insurance To Divide Their Votes Ky Bishop Walters of New York one of the leaders of tho negro raco will come to October 23 and speak at Lebanon and He will advise negroes to divide their votes Landlord Stung For 7860 OBrien of tho hotel re celved s that a check for 7860 given him by A M Lane on tho Second National bank of Wilkes barre Pa Is bogus Lane himself to bo an agent for the Wllkns barre Heat Light and Motor Co rDrought Is Broken have been falling over Central and Eastern four months every small stream In this district was nearly dry and tho Ohio Licking Big Sandy and Red rivers were very low Oysters Killed Turfman Ky Poisoned by oysters eaten In John T Waters this city died Ho had not missed a racing meeting at in 25 years He had just returned from the races To Settle Up Fair Ky of Dl C RankIn called a Meeting of the state board of forestry and and to meet In Monday to settle ap tho business of tho recent state fair 1 Round About the State mWhat Going Different JSections Kentucky LEGISLATORS Resignation DeathOld Frankfort KyGoY secretary republican notifying Representative resigned representative statehouse assembly proposed Kentucky groundsThero replacedthat wonderfully constructed legislative proposed Historical proceeds purchasing proposed penitentiary PRISONERS Brandenburg prisoners watching prisoners Suppress Frankfort KyRumors requested Columbus probable additional bloodshed Ellzabethtown KyTho destroyed hardware Implement destroyed Frankfort KyThe appointed Hawkins clerkship KyFlro destroyed warehouse Germantown contained warehouse Louisville Alexander strongest ecclesiastical Kentucky Louisville Bardstown Springfield Frankfort KyPat proprietor Frankfort telegram represented Lexington KyRains Kentucky breaking drought Practically Cumberland Kentucky Frankfort Louisville wellknown oxcouncilman Louisville Business Frankfort Commissioner Agriculture immigration agriculture Louisville HIDDEN UNDER ANOTHER NAME Louisville Priest Thought Bound For Holland May Be at Home Louisville Ky Prominent Catholics of this city believe that In the person of Father A Llndenfield ostensibly a retired priest from tho east the city has Father Lawrence flax who is sup posed to bo on a Cunarder bound for Holland his old home Father flax is one of the few priests of the world who ever celebrated a golden jubilee and the occasion of the function here two years ago In his little church of St John attracted some of tho dignitaries of the Catholic world Some days ago ho was given a farewell and according to his intimates here ho loft New York for Holland LIndenfleld Is unknown to Catholics hero and answers the description of Father flax perfectly Ho lives with two female servants In a remote portion of the city and he refused to open the door or to show himself more clearly than through a window Tho motive ascribed by those who believe that Llndenfleld Is Father Bax Is that tho old man is seeking to hldo from the world and believed that hero ho would be least looked for Father flax is 90 years old RAIN CHECKED FLAMES That Threatened Destruction of Rud dies Mills Bourbon County Lexington lyFlre at Ruddles Mills a village In Bourbon county destroyed two stores and a residence causing 10000 loss with no insur anceDrought had exhausted tho supply of water and Paris was asked for help Before that arrived a heavy rain fell checking the names and saving tho town from complete destruction It is believed the fire was caused by incendiaries and on investigation will bo made Only one store Is loft In the place and it was Ignited several tlmts Two of the volunteer fire fighters wen severely hurt Willson Receives Thatchers Report Frankfort KyGov Wlllson received the report of State Inspector and Examiner Thatcher in regard to tho alleged use of vegetables Ice and laundry of Stanley Mllward a mem ber of tho board of control of the asylum at Lexington He says that Mr Mllward has paid 2175 to the steward of the asylum for the vegeta bles Ice and use of the laundry which were regarded as courtesies of the asylum Thatcher says that Mllward has wholly discontinued getting his Ice vegetables and the use of the asylum laundry Aged Forger Begins Sentence Frankfort KyTottering from old age and his hair snowy white E Burns 81 sentenced In Boyle county to the penitentiary for four years for forgery was brought here to begin his term He worked a green goods gamy on a Boyle county farmer securing 2000 he had In bank He is the old estman ever admitted to the prison Cases Dismissed Lexington KyIn circuit court the cases against Elbert Hargis Ed Callahan Alex Hargls and Jesse Splcer all charged with tho assassination of ins Cockrell were dismissed on motion of tho commonwealth States Attorney Allen announced the cases had all been tried before and no conviction secured May Be Good Catch Paducah Ky Charged with steal ing a horse and buggy from a local firm Floyd Snyder alias F S Hen derson was arrested at Greenville Tenn and lodged In jail here The police believe Snyder may have some knowledge of the murder of John Hull man who was shot at Dawson On October 3 last Mason H P Williams Dies Frankfort yII18n H P WII llama 88 head of one of the most prominent families of this section died Ho fought in the confederate army He witnessed tho first running of the Kentucky Derby at Louisville when Arlstldcs won To Apprehend Mob Frankfort Kyoov Wilson arrived home from Western Kentucky f He declared his purpose to use everyrmeans at hand to apprehend the members of the mob In Fulton county who murdered tho negro Dave Walker and members of his family Miss Annette DeILexington lylIss Annette Swl gert daughter of Daniel Swlgert tho i veteran thoroughbred breeder and turf man and sister of Mrs Leslie wife of the United States CombsIPete died of congestion of at her fathers home I Road Completed Barboursville KyTho Pine Moon taro railroad a branch of tho Louis ville Nashville has been finished U extends from Wllllamsburg nnd enters valuable coal fields of Whltley county Rain Brings JoytOwingsvllle KyWith almost anrstreams dry pastures burned to a crisp people here are rejoicing at a downpour of rain which fell here the first in three months In sufficient quantities to lay dust I ewe e tleU ueuwueuelueu OYw O i j East Kentucky Correspondence i I News You Get Nowhere Else psoootrtipoadtDM paolubed eaten urned u ten by Ibt wnttt rte Mini a Is oat tot pabliutinn bat AI sa 14IDCO ol tail tutu 9ntr ouinu is F O n elnYoe a w wngnenenAnenenene wne o Juuv CHAPMAN AND ALEXANDER All people who are Interested In religious work ought to bo in Bereo next Wednesday Thursday and Friday to hoar J Wilbur Chapman tho groat evangelist who will spend those days hero See notice of the meetings on tho first page JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorised to annuls J W Mulllu of Egypt Ky a roes didate for County Judge of Jaotoon County subject to the action of the Republiaam party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce S I S Wolfe of Maulden Ky n candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub ject to the action of the Republican party Judgo H C Faulkner will address the people of Jackson County at the following times and places in the In terest of his candidacy for renomln atlon as Circuit Judge I Green Hill Thur Oct 15 9 a m i Annvlllc 1 p m Welchburg 7 p m Egypt Friday 9 a m Maulden po 130 p m Nathanton school 7 p m Cannon chapel Saturday 9 a m Privet p 0 130 p m Gray Hawk 7 p m McKee Monday 1 p m Fox town Tuesday 9 a m Wind Cave 2 p m Drip Rock Wednesday 9 a m Burnt school Lear Alcorn 1 P m Grassy Springs 7 p m Kerby KnolI Thursday 9 a m J W Abrams In Sand Gap Friday 130 p m Birch Lick Church 7 p mJoe Tussey school house Saturday 9 a m Letter Box 2 p m I Everybody Invited Especially the ladles lNN1ILLg Annvlllo Oct l2Rev Pearl hack er ot Moores Creek was called Saturday to the pastorate of this church for the next twelve monthsSeveralf- rom Breahltt County attended the funeral meeting of E W Johnson yesterday The funeral was preached by Rev D G Smith of Egypt to a very large congregation Rev Smith was assisted by the Revs Able Gabbard and W Parker of Parrot Welohburg ball team played tho Annvllle team an eight Inning game last Saturday and were beaten by a score of 18 to 15 The Annvlllo team will play Mo Kee hero next Saturday at 2 p ro Rev Isaac Mossier of McKee was a visitor here yeterdayMias Sarah I Johnson of Moore Creek visited Mrs t Jennie Ponnlngton yesterday Oscar Radar and Walter Medlook both drummors loft today to visit the merchants in their territory nCHLKT Burley Oct 8cane making baaI been all the go at this place this i Most everybody Is done saving their fodderMarried Tuesday last I Sitha Hurst and Lewis Marcum also Henry Marcum and Mabel Martin near Sand Gap KyMrs Lena Gabbard visited Mrs L J Cole ThursdayOur teacher Mr Jake Isaacs visited homo folks at Egypt Friday and Saturday Born to Mr and Mrs Wm Gabbard a fine girlSaturday and Sunday will bo the regular meeting days at this place Jako Gabbard Jr is working for Wesley Angel We have had several frosts lately but no rain Water is very scarce Mrs Polite Williams is on the sick list this week Grandpa Gabbard is about like I commonMr Jno Roberts has sold lots of apples this fall Eggs sell at 14 cents In this community Mr Wlley Hurley made a trip to East Bernstadt for goods this week Sev eral from here attended the picnic at McKee last Saturday- NOSKSASTLE COUWTY nOCK OnDI IUockford Oct 12Mlss Bula Viars i on listMrs J B Coyle ot I Boone was at Rockford one day last weekJ W Todd sold hie shingle mill to John and Alt Gadd Reecy t Todd and Kizzle Ponder visited Miss Ponders mother near Dudley They I report a fine UmeMr II E Bullen wife and baby boy visited J W Todd 1Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Nora McGuire is some better nOOSE Boone Oct l1J1b Rev e C t Wlloon filled his regular appointment at Fairview church Saturday night and Sunday with four additionsThe Rev W II Lambert failed to fill his ap pointment at Fairview Saturday Harry Woodall of Berea was In our midst Sunday Jamas Lambert was 1 n Richmond last Monday buying cattle The swine plague has been doing muol damage in this section B B Ghat teen and wife were guests of Mrs Mollie Coyle Sunday Agio Wren is visiting her sister at FordWillie Cole and sister Talltha and Lldda Levitt visited relatives In Berea Sun day Mary Johnson of this place Is visiting relatives In Illinois Sunday school at this place Is doing nicely iwfLh Sm McClure u Saperlutentleot I Jehn Wren was hero Saturtlay Thomas hicks of Copper Creek visit ed friends here last weekMr and Mrs Win Wadklns recently moved near Copper Creek ensw Conway Oct 11 The pleasant shower that cane Saturday was greatly needtdJ II Lambert and G L Wren bought a nice bunch of cattle Iin Richmond last kGeo L Wren wife visited at J W Lamberts Saturday John Waddle and wits at tended church at Fairview Saturday Rev J W Lambert went to Berea on business Saturday J H Lambert Is the first to sow wheat In this loc- alityA protracted meeting Is to begin at Clear Creek the 9th conducted by Rev J W Lambert and assisted by Rev Jas Parsons All conic CLAY COUNTY SKXTOXS CIIUKK Sextons Creek Oct 8Rain has come at lastJ H Hunter has an oouSCol11J9hnto start for Oklahoma next Tuesday Tho funeral of Mrs Polly Edwards and hor son Narm will be preached at the Corinth church Sunday by Rove J G Holcomb and Geo Davis of Nath anton Jackson County Tho Association will be held at the ClarkI school home tho fourth Saturday rnI this month There is a great deal of slokneM in this neighborhood now Sorghum making lion a boom Almost every body is done foddering here Cur new school and Masonic building camo very near being entrap last Sunday Born to the wife of J AI Hunter a girlTaylor SIzomore has bought property lu London and will move there soon Sunday school te progressing nicely at this pisea- nrnfUTSIIAntl Brlghtahade Oct 7 Several cases of small pox aro reported on the head of Goose Greek and only a few miles from hero Silas Wagers has purchased the stock ot goods which was recently sold to Robert Lang by E G Saluaberry and Is laying in new goods Flat Lick Steve Co lave nearly finished manufacturing all the stare timber they own In this vici nity Present Indications are that H e Faulkner and J C Cloyd will be in the lend hero for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney Tho tea chers Association was held at the school house on Martins creek Sept 26 A large crowd was present nnd dinner was served on the grounds Early crops are good in this locality Ibut lato crops wore damaged by the The water supply is holding Tout well hero in the mountains Jack paid us an early visit this year showing up In earnest October 3d and 4th OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Island City Oct laDry weather still continues Tho little infant of Walter Peters Is quite ill with throat troubleMount Stewart of Jackson County was on Island Creek today Frank McGeorgo joined the United States army and Is now at Columbus Barracks J F Brewer candidate for County Judge of Owsley left yester day for Boonevlllo on business Wil liam Rawlings of Burning Springs wa on Island Creek one day this week VINCENT Vincent Oct 9T B Venable has returned from a trip thru the moun talus selling fruit treesRev S K I Ramey of South Boonevlllo was at businessThedecent der nnd did soma damage to late crops The infant child of Mr and Mrs Harrison Tackctt died last Tues day Cause unknown to writer Mr Alfred Smith of Jackson County was the guest of T B Venable Thursday night on his way to Travelers Rest or some minor business Mr W B Brandenburg was at IIdamay Friday o business Jos Smith and Elby Hurst pt Sturgeon were the guests of Ed Hurst Wednesday night Mr Patrick Mayso Is visiting his brother John May so of Levi this week Tho Nat ional Election Is becoming warm at present but most everybody seems In- line for TaftMr Wm Hamilton and David Manlons are visiting friends and relatives on Station Camp this week Judge S Isaacs of Buck Creek was the guest of John Newman Fri day ESTILL COUNTY WAOlmo1IIt i Wagersvlllo Oct 12Wa aro having cold weather Mr and Mrs Jae Whgors of Berea aro vliltlng oI-T M polltns of Irvine was here Sat urday Mr Gentry Pork who has been slek for some time is Improving Mr Blllle Wltoon is very sick Mewlatnea A B Kelly aid J S Wagers were the guests of Mrs O W Arvlne Ma- ndayIr Ambrose Wilson anti Miss Fannie Wagers were married Sittur day evening at Ute home of this brio LESLIE COUNTY IKII ltHn- I ItThe people of this vicinity have about nnltl ted derlng Mewre Aaron Napier B B Calwoll B F Brack and Misses Polly and Mary Brack ware all the welcome guests of W D Roark Wednesday Mr John II Napier and wife made a flying trip to Slusher Thursday Mr John D Fields went to Mlddlefork Saturday LEE COUNTY tTIIIL Athol Oct 12Tho County Asses sot was thru this neighborhood Friday and Saturday finishing up his work Kill Gabbard who has been down with tho fever for two months is thought to bo slowly improvingRobert E Lee Parsons who has been sick for about three months and a half died Saturday night and was burled Mon day by tho 1C Ps Ho leaves a wIre and three little children Green XiI burn has been to town the past week on business John Combs who was shot about two weeks ago is improv IngJas Markham has sold his farm on Boar Creek lIe does not know whore ho will locate yet Joseph Meadows of Torrent has recently com to Dear Creek to finish the school be gun by Mr Growther The big annual meeting was hold the first Friday Saturday and Sunday in October with a large attendance each day Dinner was served on the ground Sunday There was an lee cream supper at Curtis JeUs on Uw tint Friday night of October r A STUDENTS LETTER i From Co M 11th Infantry Fort Dotiga Utah Bdltor ot tho Citizen iDIreR Dear Sir I would bo very mush obliged if you would publish this letter In your paper Well boys why dont you coins out and be a soldier for Unde Sam The pay hoi Increased and duty is easy andlitenlist again I left Columbus Ohio on Aug 28th and reached Ft Douglas on Sept 2nd I mine through the Rocky Mountains It Is tine scenery I saw lots of snow and Ice In the hUll and saw one mountain lion and two black beats I came by Pikes Peak Colorado which Is 10000 feet above sea level tad saw several Indian camps and lots of pretty western girls I think tho west is a fino climate for health and beauty I am well satisfied here The entire regiment will bo here until Sept 1909 and then wo will go to Alaska Wo have i a fine band and lots of amusement There Is lots of nice fruit hero In the valleys and lots of snow on the mountains j Boys whenmy time Is out I will j come back to Old Kentucky and see you all and then Join tho army again Soldiering Is tbe easiest life you can I live you only drill 30 minutes a day a What Ididpay I have become a sharp shooter which is 300 extra per month My best wishes for you all Yours truly George W Barrett O andPresident the Democratic IPutPrell nomponi bee al anti the Oem ocratic party Has IIP nctid wlMoly I The majority of the Democrats In tho national bonne of rcpnwntntlvpa conic from till Koith The south Is un enemy or union la her and believes In child labor I Some southern slates hart no laws regulating the hours of labor for women and children and some have regu lations that are not en to rcedII What does Gompcrs southnWhat benefit can the rank and Ola if labor receive by following President angers txvlltlrally Wage Earner CLERGY INDORSE TUFT i Class Hinj as Highest Type of Christian Gentlcm nIFREQUENT HIS HEADQUARTERS Declare He Is Droad Minded and Represents Ideals of Out Statesman shlpA Bishops Opinion of the net publican Nominee Because bo la the highest type of the Christian getltl mat This Is the way In which I boon i the pastor of n MotlioUUt church In southern Illliioki OIH un argumuut with a layman on the train coming overbore from St Louie says the Wnsh lugtou curretsnoiulunt of tlni SL Lauds GlotwDoiiMxrat In a dM Ntch to his Pepsi from Cincinnati Tito dispatch continues TIle Inyinan laying duo ro epoct to tho cloth of lila ciijtonout was trying to canvlucu him that bo should not support Mr Tuft for the gruel deney awl Instead should vote fur his Democratic opponent The churchman defended the prlnclplue ottJt KoimU Inn ilmrty and as indicated defended the man for whom be Mid he expected to Tore trots the penonal standpoint of a chiirrbitMii bemiMe he Is the high vet type of a CbrUiInn ReutleMMM It gave we I NW Mm about Mr Taft It seemed to answer some of tho criticisms I lad b anl of the Itopuh llcan candidate and his creed In recent yours the Democratic candidate has laterlanled his well paid Chau touqun lectures with Sunday sermons before religious and seralrollclou BO clctlcs It seems bat ho has mndo the most of this Influence In this cam pnlgn and I WRIt curious to discover on my arrival hero whether there was support from the church and semi religious elements In tho country for the Republican nominee My arrival In this connection could not have been bettor timed As I en tered the olllco of Mr Taftf private secretary Friday I saw Bishop J CX nartzoll of the Methodist Episcopal church emcrKliiK from a conference with Mr Tuft Tim bishop I knew has episcopal supervision over tho work of his proat church In Africa Ho has been so engaged for the past twelve years and has mot and formed the acquaintance of many leading men not only In Africa but In Europe and America life acquaintance and Influ once within the Methodist church are second to those of fow men as be was for fifteen years an officer of the soc ety which founded and now main talus a systearof Institutions of leers lag rnong both white and colored people In Ute southern state He came to Induce Mr Taft to make a speech In Chicago before a society of which the btebops son Her M a Hartzoll Is president It seomod odd to attempt to interview a churchman of his prominence on a political question at the head quarters of the Republican eondldatc i but I asked him for tits view of Mr Taft and tho support of him by Chris than people He answered very readily Tho American people ore to be con gratulated upon the fact that whether Mr Taft or Mr Bryan Is elected pros ident of the United States they will have a man at the head of the nation who te not only dean In moral charac Id1otThe bishop thought for a moment and then continued On some thee i logical points I differ from both As n good Presbyterian I snpttose Mr lirytu assents to the doctrine of divine i decrees which touch that from i all eternity It has been fixed who should be saved and who should lx lost I do not so read Scriptures Mr Taft I understand Is ono of tho lid ward Everett lisle type believing that Christ was a divinely perfect man whose precepts and life on earth are the key to mans salvation In time and eternity With tho church I believe 1111ylneApplying his discussion a cal way Bishop Hartzell continued Which of these men 1 shall vote for will not be decided by their religious beliefs but what they are as men and by the principles and policies they I stand for In the administration of tho government I believe tbat In acting upon tbla view as an American citi zen I am In harmony with the spirit and purpose of the founders of our re consUtutlol1Ilie trust under the United States My conviction Is that tho future safety of the nation depends very largely upon our people heeding that constitutional prohibition Our nation owes much In moral character statesmanship lit erature art and religion to those who have not been III strict harmony with some of the dogmas of the church The days of the Inquisition are pastI The Negro Knows His Friend Let tho message go forth said Bishop Derrick of tho African M 11I Church at tho annual conference of the church in Cincinnati that tho ne gro knows lila friend and will standby himITho friend of whom Bishop Derrick spoke U William II Tart candidate o the Republican party for President of tho United States who had Just de livered a clear logical and temperate address on rata bitterness and fiend ish spirit which It sometimes arouses I The Modern Newspaper fb ei letteT tbiiMrleeefarttctee Is set pn4reetiy to g4 tubMiibcfs for TUB Cushy lira we are mighty ale 1eplall tneaaWtlMeM tort to ilh m wdli err MWtrn their nertli ally thradviMMagee they CM thrift from MflapIIIL We will law K to each one whether 191 Cent Is orta MM the beet for MOM II What a Newspaper Should Print ITho first qiiuHtlon that IIIIB to Iwhuttlud by n tniui who ingoing to In what kiwi of a paper lit needs No ono jmper win pOHHlbly print nil the IntoruMing naIl every dltyuo liundrud import oould do it probably hat o ioh 0110 prlutn tluit which in wont liiiportiuit to n curtain part of tilt pioplo First of Oiirnu tlio papers am dlvidm up acotmllng to whore tliuy lire PMl1hitl31uI1 chooses the cows of those pwplo who are entrust Then thoy aru umially divided according to politics and eIUltfllSo fur uMuli clues of iiifji there lu xipor that IH l ltvr than any oilier jmpur eau bo and they should olHwa that huger if tliuy wihh to gut the most out of limit uwiwy and do the bM for himsulvua- Koftlly however there lUll not suoh a lot ul thinga iiappouiug every day The oily opera are always crowded with little iJeiHH that are tolerably iulvroetitig for a few iiiiuutw buturu forgotten almost buforutliw ink is dry Thiwi item may ln of HMD i ItIo the tnau living In tilt oily Mwoially if suite of Ida friend are involved but nut lino In ten imiktw any difference to any mss render suit souls of them are of no Interest at till exempt to the reporter that expects tu get thllricof lily siippw out of them For this average ran thorn is a greet deal dIlyfurAlmost ulvMivH hiHiy tuna turn toutwkly papers for relief There they find tht news of thus whole week bailed down by men ultone HJHJO JllttIUlutmcotU and only a little luster than tilt non who Hpomu an hour or two every day at U Some inttu of course hero to keup up every single day but uiost rued daily papers to fill in liino and could do bet ter with a good weekly For one thing they spwncl n good dull loss tlmu raiding the lies and mistakes which have to bo taken back next S8UO It Is always truo however even with tile incwt tunefully edited weekly that there are a lot of good things for which there la 110 room If one thing in printed nome other thing has to go out and tho win cat editor Is the ore who am must Hrfectly balance liln material ftO na to give the grtxttunt poulblo good to the greatest possible iiiiinlMr of readers And that nuwHxi or reader IH tho triarat who eon blast ahoo v the paper which will do him the most good AH n general rule thu people with tho most money lake dally papers and also take magazinrs slid neeklifti whluh give them nil tho general reading matter they nerd no that tiny look only for nuwnin their dully The majority of tho readers of weekly apwra however do not take other publioationii anti no need to have in their one jour nal many things which are not fouiHl in thu oily oheeta- 1rolmbly no one rwper can he jvorfect for the nerds of oven all tho people in its immediate neighborhood but it seem clear on a lit tlu thought that n oonnlry weekly for the use of isoplo who tike few other papers should gire apace to the following subjects 1 Quiiffntl hews 2 local news 8 Iolities 4Farming5iWomous newla 0 Children 7 KoligkxM mattera ami S Qeiiaral reading TItv val ue of oneh of these things and the plate it Blimihi liars in the slotand the way in wbiok it olMMikl IMJ treated Hill Iw di Miw Hl In the next lave articled beginning witlrgcu ral news next week 11 I TAn LABORS FRIEND I Rendered Valuable Service to Railroad Men i I THE TOLEDOANN ARBOR CASE I Advice Given In Judge Tads Deeleten Adopted by the Railway Broths hoods Democratic Polijieiane Use Trickery to Deeetve the Toilers The ineanbcm of IN various brotherhoods connected with tine great rail road systems of the country are gen morejpence Tbetr calling and the olWMtn lions springing from those IIIDP j make the IMMWWIOU by them of n high order of Intelligence IndlsfieftMble Notwithstanding this fact the same system of absurd falsehood Is relied onto deceive and trick thom Into withdrawing their support from the Itepub llcan party that to In general oso bj Democratic politicians to Influence even the commonest nod most Ignorant of the unskilled laborers of the country One form which this system of trick ery most frequently takes Is that of hinting at what terrible things Wil liam II Tart did against labor orgnn ization and Its members while ho was on the The btnchIof that way on railroad men hi his deci sion In what Is known as the Toledo Ann Arbor case Yet In that case through his decision Judge Taft ren dered an actual tangible and really Invaluable service to tbo cause of later organization Ills advice given to labor j organizations In that case tins been generally adopted by Iho various brotherhoods and their members One of tho rules of a great labor organization tho Brotherhood of Engineer which WM the cause of the trouble rule 11 has long since been voluntarily drop pod as being contrary to the cst Inter cafe of both tbo public and the organ Izatlon Itself More than all that Judgo Tarts de colon In tho ToledoAnn Arbor case contains as good broad and sound la her doctrine as ever found Its way Into print Now what was that ToledoAnn Ar bos case Most enlightened railroad men know all about It Many of them particularly the younger generation of them do not A strike of locomotive engineers pre sailed on the Toledo Ann Arbor and thefqUlred lu substance that when so ordered by the bead of the organization the men of the brotherhood or other roads should refuse to handle the cars of the rend in which the strike pn ratted This rule was a lUmrrrotti one If probably never titouM taro boon adopted TIN attempt to enforce u in this ease brought eight or ten railroad Into retire They sought protect hw agnltwt what An Us tare was nt tegat an unwise policy for any bmlr fit earn to adopt and Involved te operation a possible steppave et tin parrying coin tnoree of the entire reentry It was n ease et mymnalliell vtrlkr And the aympathKIr strike stands today from choice repudtatnl r all re cponftlble wnhMtlews of taborlnic pen pie anti their members Tko principal ooumne of that Ann Artier ease was that the richt of tn Ptayeea to Mere their cini it fmrni whenever lUaMtlntal with its comb tfoas was DXM beyond all posnlbl fu lure question and same admirable nil eke given to the member of the ot CannwIloM to which they Nave faith fully lived up both Individually ant collectively deco We wish to make plain If wo can said Judge Taft In his decision to the Intelligent and generally law abiding men who compose the Brotherhood of nmnt RP Unmoors as well as to their usually coiiKervatlvo chief officer what wo cannot believe they appreci Itcthllt niitwlthstandlng their per fect organization and their charitable temperance and other elevating and most useful purposes the existence enforcement of rule 12 under their nde i ganic law make tbo whole a criminal conspiracy against tbe laws of tho country That the rendering of this decision by Judge Taft was then In result an enduring service to all railroad men Instead of embodying anything con privilegesjany ordinary man It there still remained any doubt on that score It would lie removed by the reflection tbat the rules laid down by Judge Taft In that case are now made a part of the contracts and agreements of alt great railroad brotherhoods President Roosevelt on Taffs Judicial Record Mr Tofts record as a judge makes the whole country his debtor nil actions and decisions are part of the great traditions of the bench They guaranteed and set forth In striking fashion the rights of the general public is against Iho selfish interests of any class whether of capitalists or of la borersA the New Bryan Has Not Answered It you were president and were callred on to exercise your discretion affirm atively to maintain Iho parity between gold and silver what would you d07 Judge Taft to Mr Bryan Mr Taft can be trusted to exact Justice from the railroads for the very reason that he can be trusted to do jostle to the railroads