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S a U + wo e nmtjfj t BEREA PUBLISHING CO =is Growing Rap 5 i INOUHPOKATKU iTHE CIrIZENO Your Business ia e STANLEY FROST Manager I With It By Adver S 8nltrr t ittlxroilofflctalHtrtaXiattteond dtullMtln 0 o oooooooooooo Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain PeopleOOOOOOOOOOOt Vol Y Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 22 1808 One Dollar a year No 17 POLITICAL NOTES Forecasts Indicate Republican Vic toryTaft Goes East Haskoll Sue Hearst The tlmo has como when tow now issues appear in tho campaign and peoplo now discuss chiefly tho question of who will bo elected Whllo all tho Democrats agrco that itrynn Mill win each papor Booms to have a different reason for be having this Each prints a table showing whoro Bryan will get enough I electoral votes but as c general rule thoeo votes are coming from ty from soinowhcro where tho paper is not It Taft carries all tho ctatos that l ono Democratic paper or another concedes to him ho will havo as big n majority as rtooaoTclt almost 80 tho question seems to bo largely tho laizo of Tafts maJcrlty It will take 242 votes to elect Bry an Ho bas 159 In tho South If ho gets Maryland Ho will havo a few votca but hardly a dozen If ho gets all tho coast states bo claims It ho loves New York to win ho will have to carry Indiana Ohio Illinois Nevada Nebraska and Colorado or In placo of tho last four Iowa Wiscon sin and Minnesota That would bo a landslide If ho carrion New York ho could get along with only Ohio and Indiana or Illinois nut tho big Democratic papers In Now York say that Bryan will lose there Can ho do tho other stunt Mr Mack cheerfully says you and predict tho election of Bryan by a landslide But what slide there Is has been the other wny so far Tho beet forecast so far It by Sue co8 Magazine a leading and Impartial publication without political bias Their forecast la based on opin ions from both sides and in almost every case both tho Democrats and Republicans In each stato agreed which way it would go So the fore east realty rojronoaU the secret beliefs of the DainoaraU themselves tn ouch unto According to Surds Taft will have 298 votes In the electoral collofe This dlnfoecA of the states which have been battlegrounds an follows for Taft New York Delaware Wool Virginia Oklo Indiana Minnesota Wyoming and Wellington for llryan Keotttoky Oklahoma Nev ada doubtful Murytand Nebraska Montana Colorado Taft hM finished his mteeeaeful trip thru the South and boa gone Hast lie spent Sunday at tho White House and said he wauld be woll satisfied with It on a homo and expected to live thoro the aext four yours Thero bOIl eoao to tight In New York letters wbleb skew that Mr Taft dW not cask to rut but to anon U 8 Supremo Oourt tot that ho consented to make the race After tx tlleg convinced by Mr IlooMvdt that a MIlitia duty The week brought more eltiek on Gompec aad core proof that lie cannot deliver tbe labor vote Tko only real aselUaoal was the charge by NathAn Stnun that tu Rppubllanrm were trying to get money In Wan St The RepubHcoM have shown that they have had no chance to do this and Strauss hat failed to bring proof Wi the matter bu drop ped HASKHLL SUBS IHURST Oor HoMcoU of Oklahoma line sued Wm Rardolph Hearst for slander and libel over tbo statements Hearst made a bout him and his connection with tho Standard Oil Co Honshu 600000 damages It Is evident that this suit Is merely a bluff for Hoarst has dono nothing but rend tho letters which seem to compromise has kell and thoro is no penalty fortell lug tho truth At any rate tho oult wilt not be triad till after the election But a 600000 suit looks very well nnd may change a tow votes This to not saying that thoso letters prov ed all that sown people claim thoy did but jest that this suit is no proof either WHERE HEARST HURTS Tho prophecy Undo in Tho Citizen sometime ago that the Independence party would get most of its votes from tho Democrats this year la being proved In Hearotfl own paper the Now York Journal is printed an interview between H II Kohlsatt of Chi f cage nnd Pro Roosevelt in which tho President Is told that while Mr Hearsts party Is going to got a big voto In tho West not a singlfi voto will como from tho Republican party Mr Kohlsatt declares that the labor leaders aro going to bo en tirely usable to deliver the vote Continued on fourth p gel CHAPMAN The Opening Address Delivered By the Great Evangelist at the WInona Bible Conference From tho Gospel Message Dr J Wilbur Chapman delivered tho opening Blblo Conference address before a largo audience at the audito rium yesterday morning Dr Chap man said Lol Hero Is my signature R V- Job 3135 Title is a remarkable book in which my text Is found and ho is a remark ablo character who is the center of the book This Is poetry of tho very highest sort and it Is tho drama at Its best In tho first chapter wo havo a good description of Job Tho fist verso gives us the picture the third verse tolls us ho Is rich the fifth tha ho is a priest the sixth that ho is tempted tho eighth gives us 0odaes timate of him while tho ninth tenth and eleventh verves present to us tho devils sneer It was after this picture was drawn that his trials came heavily upon him Tho waves of sorrow broke upon his head and all I but crushed him then came his com forters and Job answers these so called comfortersthe text being tho I conclusion of what Is known aa his long address In this he is said to bo Intellectually at his best These I comforters aro saying You suffer because there la evil in you God is requiting you according to your in qulty and this carts forth Jobs de fenso bo says I am innocent of Impurity of thoughts of injustice to ward those who are dependent upon me of hardness toward tho poor and needy and of want of hospitality i TOWKIl OF 11111 CIIAIICI YetietateIIM It were his name saying Lol tore la ray signature j The 85th 30th and 37th verses of the list chapter of Job are striking worth Oh that one would hear me bit hold my desire is that the Almighty would answer me and that mlno ad- versaryI had written a bookj j Suroly I would take it upon mI1 shoulder and bind It as a crown tome I will daalaro unto him the num here of my steps as a prince would I I go near unto him I Tho ono to whom ho refers is God and Job Is sayIng If ho should write those charges against me I would bo willing to have every act of ray life I laid barn and aEill I would stand be toro him and claim to ho Innocent Whether Job could or could not sub stantlato such a claim as to every net of his life man youT There aro sins of omission and of commission there are secret sins shns against others and sins against ourselves nnd what If with all this there was no Savior but there laOno mighty to save An IriBh factory girl taken by her employer to BCO the Giants Causeway was reading her Bible and Bho came to lllcah 710whoro sho read Ho will again have compassion upon us Ho will tread our Iniquities under foot and thou wilt cast all their slnaTnto tho depths of the sea and as a result of hor Journey she wrote those wordsI cast ItT tho depths Of tho fathomless sea I All your sins and trnnogreselona I Whatsoever they be Though thoy mount up to Heaven Tho they reach down to hell They shall sink In tho depths And abovo them shall swell All my waos of forgiveness So mighty and free I will cast all your sins Continued on 1ourth rage POLITICAL LINES DRAWN While it is still ton days from the vote which will decide who shall be president for the unit four yearn the campaign has progressed far enough to show clearly what interests and factions will be on each side and the motives which will drive different classes to vote for Taft or Bryan As The Citizen said early in the campaign tbreal issue is after all President Roosevelts work and policies Around him directly or indirectly has been centered the whole fightexcept for a few small side issues and tho election will finally be determined according to whether the people are in favor of policies and will give them intelligent support Each side claims to bo best fitted to carry on tho work the resident has begun and thus admits that he majority of the people are in favor of this work and wish to support it But secretly each side makes more or less strong bids for support from certain interests which do not want the Roosevelts workcarried oil Analyzing the support of Taft to begin with we find that tho great bulk of it comes from the plain people who feel that he will go on with the Roosevelt policies and will be the best possible succesor of the President Those people believe either that Bryans plans for doing this work ore unwise or that he will not bo able to do the things he promises There is a large number who see in tho sup port which the Standard Oil is giving Bryan this year an indication that his success will bo for the interests of that great trust and there fore against the interests of the people Tbero is also a very large business element which sees that there will be grave danger to the financial prosperity of tbe country in Bryans success Included in this last class are many corporations and trusts some of which have suffered or might suffer from the enforcement of laws proposed by Taft or Roosevelt Some of these corporations doubtless believe as is charged by Hearst and the Democrats that there are enough ele meats of corruption still loft in tbe Republican party so that they will be able to get from it tho special privileges they desire but cer thinly nil feel that while there is a certain element of danger for them in the election of Taft there is such great danger to the whole country in Bryans election that they Would in the end suffer more from it than from Taft even if they should not be able to corrupt the Republicans They are willing to risk prosecution under tho fair laws proposed by Roosevelt and Taft rather than bankruptcy under the general business disaster which would follow any attempt to put Bryans plan into operation To all these must be added the large class that would be Republicans just the same if both platforms and upOnwe find first the regular Democrats like tho Southeners who vote against their own convictions and interests because the Democratic ticket reads that way Then comes the large class of people who believe that Bryan will carry out Roosevelts work better than Taft will They argure that because tho big busi ness interests of the country lire for Taft the plain people should be against him and can never understand that in business affairs except whore the big business gets special privileges its interests are the same as those of tho plain people Some of these people want bigger reforms than the Republicans promise and cannot see that Bryan can not byany possibility carry out any of the reforms he is fighting for A protestButthrows n sinister light on the possibilities of the campaign It is claimed that Roosevelts administration has done nothing to curb the trusts and yet there are now to be found supporting Bryan every crimI know they may be prosecuted for breaking tho law or which themj paign so far It shows that the great wicked grinding illegalcor TheyholienBryan to pay them for tho loss they will sustain in the general hard timesSumming up then we find for Mr Taft people who favor ro farm along lines laid down by the President and people who are not wholly in favor of those reforms but will work for tho general prosperity of the country rather than risk it to prevent the reforms being made For Mr Bryan there are first 100110 who do not think tho Republican plans go fur enough or fast enough and would nuttier have no bread at all and a panio in the bargain than what thoy consider tho Republican half Iud and second men who feel himIThis is not a forecast it is simply an explanation of the forces that will deoido tho campaign but wo hnvo no doubt that tho American paoplouro wise enough to decide it iiitarot of Taft =r = i TCf J MAI SIIOWXO LOCATION Ol COIM5OK 1IIUMHNOS WELCOME Borea College and village holds out tho glad Iu nd of welcomo to the vis itors who como to tho Chapman and Alexander Meetings Wo are not sraBfeera but friends for wo meet with one heart ark ono mind to glorify our one Lord and Master Jesus Christ Wo glvo you the freedom of our little cityIts walks and auado its public buildings and its homes May you get all nnd moro than you have expected from this brief visit I 1 r rBEREA BANK e + TRUST CO 0 i I More than five hundred farmers In Madison and surrpundlng counties are I depositors with the Berea Bank C Trust Co Are tyou one of the number I If not it will be our pleas ure to extend to you every 1advanlage and accommo f with sound banking Pay your bills by check A cashed check is an in disputable receiptno other so good legally Your check book Is useless to a burglar you can carry your capital without los- Ing ItIf you only carry 1 your check book with you and your money here t NEWS OF THE WEEK Fleet in Japan Balkin War Uncer tain Forest Fire Kills Tries to Shoot Priest FLEET IN JAPAN The U S Battleship fleet which is on its way around the world is now visiting in Japan and has been received with tho greatest friendliness It is believ ed that tho presence of this power ful fleet showing Japan that tbo U S Is really capable of defending itself will prevent further talk of war WAR STILL THREATENS The Balkan war cloud has broken and gathered and broken again and it now looks onco more ns if there might bo peace Turkey has her troops ready and Bulgaria Is ready to but neither will move first Tho grea powers have not yet decided what they will do A TRAIN LOAD BURNED TO DEATHA train load of people who tried to oscapo from a burning village in tho Michigan woods were burned to death when tho train was wrecked in tho midst of a great fire they were trying to dash thru It is uncertain I how many wcro killed but We beg to call your attention to our Savings Department We par four per cent Interest on savings account and compound interest in to the principal twice each year You can start an account in this department with one dollar or with as large amount as you desire s tt 1dayyou providing a fund that will become your mainstay and comfort in old age Better start a savings ac count and create a fund for your declining years IInearly twenty skulls were found in the wreck of the train SHOT AT PRIEST An unknown man tried Sunday in Chicago to shoot the Rev J KFleldlng a Roman Cath olic priest No cause is known Ho escapedBALLOONISTS DROWNEDTho balloonists who left Berlin lost week in a raco had a very hard time Three or four baloons fell Into the ocean and the non wore barely rescued One has disappeared and another has been found without the men NEW WAR SCAREIt seems as lit the world simply would not allow us to spend all our time thinking about the election this year We no sooner get to the point where wo stop lying awako nights over the Balkan troubles when we hear that there t is a war likely somewhere else andIsoldiers for some reasons Into tho Japanese territory of Korea and that Japan Is very angry The Japanese tried to put the Chinese out and several men were killed Now the Japanese want to send troops to chase the Chinese on Chinese ground and China will not allow it RESOLVEDTHAT NICE HOSIERY is A THING OF BEAUTY AND A JOY FOREVER j GOOD HOSE ARE AI NECESSITY YOU ANT GET GOOD NOSE ATVOME STORES FOP ANY PRICE You CAN CET GOOD HOSE AT SOME STORES FOR ANY PRICE BUSTER BRD acN JAN tt t 0 allrQ- ctINCf CorfaIcxLerlMt avtTZft rkoC CHICAOAX BUSTER Is WRONG HE Is USUALLY RIGHT BUT THIs TIME HE IS WRONG soME HOSIERY I MAYBE A THING or BEAUTY AND WHILE IT MAY BE A JOYiT Is NOT ALWAYS A JoY foREVER1INo PIECE OF A WoMANS AND ESPECIALLY or A CHILDS APPAREL EN DUREs THE STRAIN THAT HoSE MUST WE HAVE HOSE THAT WE CAN RECOMMEND I j COYLE Be HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More The Citizen a sully wMMr for stn that is rlfM true and hiUrtstlni rablthed eteiy TbntMiy it Beret XT BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Unity Frost Editor and Minift Subscription Rates 7ATABLB IN ADVAMCJI ono Yttr hrtic Month M Tkrct Month MO7Ordet IUmpa Tht dsuahst rour rsmta Ukel spawn to whttd orbcrtptloe Ie pal4 UKUnol tttond wilt three woks aui rtnml MIIr v- sMIsirswbet will W gtadiyeppna N wt tn Ufied Fine prcmlami cheap with new lufccriptions and prompt renewnU Bond for Premium Urt- IJb ril tmn given to toy wkobtlswM- edptlon for is Any out ttndlor in res- tTst uDerlptlesesorethtelbCltlse- airNrbIelristerear M A4T rtI lDf rao ppllc tle araerasa or uurrccKY PRESS AUSOCIATIOM Do those Merry Widow hats cost H ranch as they are big That Chicago baby with a JlOOO cra die will have to have a 100 rattle to to with It of course South Africa is adopting American machinery with tho exception of the American political machine Looking at Duo price ot wheat reminds us that if we wore a farmer we houldnt complain of hard times 1 wlEh1o preserve my life from the Importunity of fools says Mme Anna Gould Now isnt she nearsighted Some of Britains most cherished theories are lIablo to become warped beforo its troubles In India are over Automobllists of course can not notch their guns for guns are forbid den Out they might keep a record on the side of the car Blessed blessed season all too brief when It Is no longer necessary to run the furnace fire and the lawn doesnt require to be mowed I Japans emperor bs given Count Okuma for Waseda university This kind of competition brings a smile to the face of Mr Rockefeller The poem that has been parodied the most Is the one about Marys little Iamb Next comes Whittlers Maud Muller Next comes Kiplings Dan ny DeeverIThough President Roosevelt is goI Ing abroad for two years when he is through being president let nobody get the Idea that ho will be at seajany of the Ume- According to a certain scientist a sure recipe for long life is to absolutely abstain from eating meat How ever this will not mean a long life for tho beef trustiModernity and antiquity meet In odd ways The oldest house In the United States the one at St Augustine Fla built in 1565 has been turned into ft garage for automobiles Anna Gould and Prince Hello areI described as walking about hand in band After the marriage the prince will expect something of more com merclal value than a hand In his hand And now the Merry Widow bug has been discovered But a good many people have been Merry Widow bug for some time judging by the way they have been rushing into print upon the subject 1Wullnglang says that has ta ken 20 years off his age tnd cured himself ot various ills by a vegetarian diet has Mr Wu no regard for tho Interests of his countrymens flourish Ins chop suey business Every new fashion and fad has Its attendant physical ailment The latest Is the Merry Widow neck a sprained condition of that member caused by trying to see all points of the archi tectural monstrosity In question In a mirror at once A Philadelphia pby tdtfan says the aliment Is common in that dW In an attempt to last 40 days a man seceded in starving himself to death la 31 4av Ills parpoeo was to prove thai the mind controls the body All a great religious teachers and philoso 3 1ademonstrations should forbid such Igi noble experiments It romeac headgear wows much trigger as the season advances not only wit it fee required to remove It In churches and theaters but a tient mancontrolled government saYIt the Providence Journal will bo drlv t1deroughfares In order that the trolley cart can get by A Jersey minister describes a model husband as a man who treats his wife 11amountunshlne In the homo and never lopir courting Iris wife Hero come in the vast differences of the point of viewa To a wife this minister seems to be demanding only reasonable require wenti To a husband ho Beenls to bir picturing an angel American Theater Its Past I By DANIEL FROIIMAN III Upon strict grounds of morale tho modern piny has progressed in audacily and moral frocdoin im mensely Once upon H time wo wore provincial we seem wo were afraid to see things us they urt If wo are the moral tone of tho American theater by what it once was say 20 years ego we must admit that the American pcoplu lire not the prudes they were then Wo had our sen sations even in the days when the Mndison Square theater was conducted by two clergymen we will say I distinctly remember when I made a production of Mr Pincros Sweet Lavender at the old lycqum theater I saw tint the audience resented the fact that there was an girl in tho story 1 realized that the success of the play at that time in this coun try depended upon her at once The author refusal at first but he was finally induetd to do FO much to his annoyance Tho problem play was more than tho American publlo could accept when Sweet Lavender was produced The American theater today can attempt any dramatic tlitmo from any country almost providing it adorns the subject with good taste with culture with a literary quality IInclthis above all else providing its end is inspiring is happy in actual denouement or in sincere atonement Of course there arc sensations plays that make a temporary stir because of their intrinsic audacity but these aro not permanent contributions to the American theater became in the that count among plays that are worth while the human creations must conform to the hopeful and permanent moral standards of American life I produced The Second Mrs because it was a superb play a remarkable dramatic not because it had a problem to douse r Womanand Mans Proposal By HELEN OLOFIELD Auto 0 Evolution During Years unsophisticated calculating illegitimate legitimatizing productions Tanquoray composition Generally it is an extreme injustice to condemn a woman as a hcarllos flirt because she allows a man whom she does not intend to marry to make her an otter of marriage It is all well to say that u woman ought to know when a man is in love with her and gently to diecourago his intentions andattentions But how can anyone not a prophet or the daughter of a prophet be about anything so and deceiving as man Of course when a man tumbles head over heels into sure enough love with n woman and means business and nothing but business first last and all the time his ono idea is to get married with as little delay as possible to set up the lares and poriates on his own domestic hearth and there is no question of flirtation upon his part Tie shows his intentions frankly and plainly for all the world to see and the woman in tile case has no excuse for misunderstanding him or doubting his sincerity Sue may take him or leave him as she so chooses and straight dealing and honesty exact that she shall do either the on or the other His earnestness of purpqso is entitled to honesty in return In spite of all that is said condemning tho much courted woman as an unscrupulous flirt she with most men shows the wisdom of tho serpent in letting them tell their love and in letting them down easy as the say ng goes rather than chilling them beforehand As a rule men prefer to receive a definite answer andn woman of tact can so refuse an offer as to make her rejected suitor her friend for life while on the other hand it iswuch to be doubted if any man over thoroughly forgives the woman who openly shows him that his suit is unwelcome before he has pressed that A However there is one case in which no woman in justified in permit ting a proposal unless really it it unlookcd for when she is already engaged to another man Then she should make a confidant of her admirer and without appearing conscious of anything special in his attentions tell him that she will be glad to have him meet and know her fiance or something of the sort which will let him know that there is no belle for him and so spare him the pain of a refusal A New Peril By REV FRANK SMITH C tics Radical Thirty certain elusive The peril of tho automobile not to those who get in its path but to persons acquiring machines when unable to meet the expense of original cost and maintenance is one of the disturbing conditions which we face todayHere the man who saw such a rosy side to the proposition tho machine was such a beauty Then too it was just the right size for the family wife and he and the two smaller children behind and the grown Eon and daughter in front Then ngaJn if he had it they would not need to go away on a vacation this summer And again he would not be surprised if it would pay for itself in saving on doctor bills Jt was only 2500 The homo was paid for after cars of struggle and there is a little bit in the springs bank lit can 500 down and give a mortgage just to secure tho rest and easily pay at 500 a year for four years bud no it is done Poor deluded man Ito forgot to estimate the cost of about 12 barrels of highgrade lubricating oil and 50 to 75 barrels of gasoline and various bills for repairs the size of which would make n plumbers bill look like a humming bird in a flock of ostriches also aloof 25 to 50 rubber Anti besides all this the family not only went on the vacation but they took the machine ulong And then a smashup or two brought tho into requisition for the setting of broken limbs so that when the rst year was over it woe diflicuit for our friend to pay the interest to say nothing of a 500 installment and at the end of the third year tho mortgage was foreclosed for nonpaymen- tIt is just so with every kind of debt that goes to pay the running ex1 enses of a household It is this variation between the dream and the that lands people in the hands of the loan shark The credit system all tends to extravagance and sometimes to poverty It dues not cause of us the pain to buy a 5 pair of shoes and say charge it that it- dace to part wilh a nice crisp green 5 bill especially if we happen toI have but 505 in our pocket WRECKED HOME HE FURNISHED THEN NEBRASKA MILLIONAIRE KILLED HIS PARAMOUR After Which Ho Ended Bloody Work With Suicide Terrible Deed of Grain Magnate Omnba Neb oct l1Notlf my brother that something terrible Is go- Ing to happen In a few minutes tel ephoned Scroll Sleuman millionaire groin dealer to his clerk just at mid night Saturday An hour Intej Sleumnn was found lying dead ncronw the feel of Eva Hart with whom ho was infatuated and who was also dead Each had A bullet hole In tbo right temple and the revolver was still In Slcumans hand Stemma was ono of tho best known grain Men in the West Besides liar ing a lino of 20 grain elevators In Ne braska and Iowa ho operated a lIno ot bucket shops In a number of western cities and towns securing Chicago board ot trade quotations despite tho efforts of that organization to prevent him doing so Ho has been lighting the Chicago board of trade for years and tho secret of his quotations h s never been discovered Slounian who was CO years old and had a wife and family from which he had been sopurtcil several months hnd been living with tho Hart woman who was 24 years of nge for three years Miss Hart lived with her brother In a homo said to have been furnished by Sleuman The two were at dinner Saturday night and went to tho Hart homo In Slaumans automobile Tim girls brother was at tho theater for the evening Just before midnight Sleu mnn phoned his clerk J P Com stock about the prospective tragedy Comstock immediately notified the police and an effort was made to die cover tho telephone from which Slou man had talked When this was lo anted at Harts an emergency otllccr on a motorcycle was started for that place Ho arrived In half an hour after the phono message had begs re ceived Bursting upon the door tho officer entered a houso which appeared as though a cyclone had struck It Every piece of furniture bad been broken pictures slashed tho plate racks torn from tho walls dishes broken brica brae scattered on the floor carpets ripped up nail cut with a butcher knife clothing and hats torn to pietas chandeliers twisted and ruined and every conceivable damage done In the room lay Miss Hart and Sleu man dead On a table was a noto saying that Miss Hart had turned him down and be did not cure to live with out her She Is almost gone now nnd I will finish the job us soon as she Is dead said the note- Sleuman had evidently shot the woman and while wailing for her to die had wrecked the Interior of tho house after which he killed himself TYPHOID FEVER GERMS Carried By Milkmaid 18 Years Cause an Epidemic Wathlngton Oct 19ono of the most remarkable discoveries In med- Ical history In connection with tho source of the spread of typhbld fever has just been brought to light as the result of an investigation by omcers of the public health and marine boa pital service Into a recent outbreak of that disease In Georgetown or West Tho WashlugtonIthat a a dairy who had typhoid fever 18 years go still throws off in hor dejecta virile typhoid fever bacilli and was the responsible agent In spreading the disease With ono exception this is the first considerable outbreak of typhoid In tho United States traced through milk to such a carrier Negro Kills Two Officers Llthonla Go Oct I9f Cornered In his homo by a posse Sunday afternoon Charles Mitchell a negro killed Dep uty Sheriff Peek and Charles Argo and probably fatally wounded Deputy Sheriff Elliott The negro was wanted for murderous assault upon a white man and a posse went to arrest him Klvo hundred men with bloodhounds benvllyarmednever be taken alive- Schoolmistress Commits Suicide Decatur 111 Oct 1DDeep mys try envelopes the suicide of Miss Anne Carson member of a prominent and wealthy Urbana family n tencher In tho Urbana public schools whose body was found on the premises of H II Davidson a retired farmer In the north suburb of Decatur Her left handicIutthMl a revolver and a box containing cartridges lay at her side No reason has been advanced for tho suicide other than temporary mental abnrratlon Four Children Perish In Fire Altoona Pa Oct ilAn overheat ed stovo set tiro to a dwelling at Sum mlt a mining town ten miles west of here and four children loot their lives while twpother persons were probably fatally injured Great W C T U Gathering Denver Col Oct 18Delegates representing practically every civil bed nation will gather in this city this week to attend time 35th annual convention of the Womens Christian Temperance union u Uuuuuu THE WATER KNIGHTS One of the But of Sports for the Ex pert Swimmer The sport of water jousting is just one of tho blat piutlmes you can Im agine and It is a spectacle that any number of grown people will bo glad to watch It Is as exciting as can be and the young knights who engage lu It need just as much cleverness cool ness and dash as any of King Arthurs band Tho very best thing about it is that you cannot possibly get hurt If you follow the rules and It Is not nearly such hard work as football or baseball but Is twice as spectacular Each knight has a boric and an esquire In this case tho horse is a log or a board and Instead of carry Ing extra spears nnd swords the es qulro has a paddle Tho lists are of course water but It must bo shallow water and only up to the neck of tho very shortest boy who takes part In the sport The log should be about seven feet long and heavy enough to bear up time weight ot two boys when In the water If you prefer you can build a small raft but n log Is very much better The knight stands erect on ono end ofI the log while on the other end sits the esquire U Is his duty to paddle the log through the water and follow the directions of tho knight In front Two knights and their esquires mounted on logs enter opposite ends of tho lists which means In this case a smooth stretch of shallow water about ten yards long Starting then ten yards apart the esquires paddle the logs swiftly toward each other Instead of wearing armor tho boys arc clad In bathing suits and for lances each knight extends an arm his hand open fingers up lie may use either arm but only one As tho warriors come together each tries to give the other a push with his open palm which will send his adver sary toppling off his log Into the wa ter while he himself remains trl umphantly erect the winner of the bout This It by no means an easy thing to do and often both knights go over falling Into the water with a great splaih In that case they may try again or call It a draw just as they pleaseWhile two knights can give an ex hibition bout which will entertain a number of spectators It is much bettor to have a regular tournament with ns many boys entered ns possible They pair off In couples each couple having a joust and the winners of these bouts jousting against each jther till there remains but ono who Is undefeated the champion of them I all There la so much sport both In entering and in watching this pastime that all who know it are loud in Its Praise as a tna maker ELECTROSCOPE Interesting Little Instrument Made Out of Paper Cork and Needle An electroscope tor detecting epee trifled bodies can bo made out ot a piece of note paper a cork and a Using the Electroscope needle Push the needle Into the cork and cut the paper In tho shape of a small arrow Balance the arrow on the needle as shown in tho sketch and tho Instrument will then be com plete It a piece of paper Is then heated over a lamp or stove and rubbed with a piece of cloth or a smrJl broom tho arrow will turn when the paper Is brought near It Or bold the palm of the hand near the arrow and the heat will move It America In the Sky A remarkabto celestial photograph was taken some time ago by an astronomer at Heidelberg Strange as It may sceui tt In the picture of a ebula In the constellation Cygnus the Swan that closely resembles the outline map of North America The glowing pobula represents tho form of the continent with the dark back ground of tho heavens surrounding It as time ocean surrounds the land The tapering towards tho south tho great gap trade by the Gulf ot Mexico and the curve of the coast of Central America and the isthmus art all to bo seen The astronomer that took the photograph has named It the Amer lea nebula This is tho first celestial object that has been named after ono of the great divisions oftlia earth New and Improved Dynamite An improved dynamite for blasting has recently boon put on the market which has a great advantage in that the freezing point of the nftrqsljrcerlh le lowered to 35 degrees Fahr moreover when tho temperature continues to sink still lower time new dynamite freezes with extreme slowness When frozen It can be thawed with a small fraction of the Unto and ipenea of ordinary dnanlle LUCYS MYSTICAL tOUR Can You Tell Where She Went and What She Saw t Lucy was eager to go to Philadel phia for she had heard much about the old where Betsy floss sewed the Stars and Stripes but her thought it best to lake a trip up firstlHudson She bad A cousin who a cadet at fItnd0 will get in good Uml dear Now watch tho coast for thereIare very many places of bo seen Oti what are those rocks yonder exclaimed Lucy pointing ovorIThose aro tho j1U0UII read the legend ot and enjoyed It Immensely Didnt Irrtog make his homo near Tarrytown Yea there Is the place and titers also 1s a statue of o who figured in our revolution Oh yes I know Ho was the spy whom Benedict Arnold had sent to Clinton to arrange for the surrender of West Point- I like this trip said Lucy en thualutlcally It la so full of his torical Interest I wish wo could ro 1- r up the I mountains and visit Hip Van Winkle haunts Next year Now wo will rtup a bit and then visit Philadelphia Philadelphia Ledger A BATH When t etp feet a little child ilntere I wrnl to aiep I ahoy took mr iveiilnc bath I 141 It Itty dp i 1 Bomrllmr I didnt want to cv And omctlmm then wr tar i nut mother never felled to cayf Now warn behind your earne And dont nrglrct the corner or cryYetthen soup tot In my Y And now that Im a great bps tort wonder rvrry Wliero other dayJMr moth r UtAlden Arthur A Bit of Nature j Did you ever hear of an angel fitb T 1 If to can you guess why It was called to r bad tho pleasure of seeing this fish In the waters of Bermuda and 1nJ not apt to forget the beauty of this Hhlmmery creature In color It shade front n pearly opal to an Intense pun pit and from a canary yellow to a deep orange showing sapphire tur Angel Fish of BermudaIquolse III0tr silver and gtjld In a twinkling It Is the emblem fish of the Islands and consequently used by jewelers to decorate art souvenir purchased by tourists for the home stayer who are not fortunate enough to visit Clorioullllerllludo Wen Mob to Hit Side When Voltaire was tojournlrig In London a crowd gathered to mob him as he passed along the street For what reason Because ho WM n Frenchman Boldly confronting the mob he mounted a stops and addressed them Brave Engllshmcnl he cried am I not liufflclcntly no happy In not having been born among you This speech wag to effective that the crowd carried him on their shoulders to his lodglngii John Byll Magazine A Look Into the Future In South Africa the drtIIu lit finan atIacross continent to Valparaiso la titan four days nuC without clWi O cw rate TURKEY FEARS WAS DISTURBED BY THE MILITARY ACTIVITY OF BULGARIA THREAT FOR MONTENEGRO J Austrian Fleet Anchors Close to Its rSeaportPowers Agree on the Con ference- ConstanllnopiaDlstrlrbcd by thu sews ot Burgarlas military activity the Porto has Instructed the Turkish representatives nbroad to rail this matter to tho attention of the powers anil to state also that Turkey will de Kline to toko tho responsibility should Biflgnrlns persistence In her pro eut r attitude result in hostilities MontenegroI off Splnza In Dalmatlo n crown land of AustriaHungary They are no more than tan miles from Autlvnrl the solo seaport of Montenegro Agreement Between Powers Ixmdbn Great Britain Russia and Franco have reached nn agreement on a program to bo submitted to the other powers as n basis for discussion by tho proposed European conference to settlo the Balkan situation Tho A proposals to bo laid before the powers art eight In number Tim first is to the effect that articles 1 to 22 ot the treaty of Berlin which relate to Bul garia and eastern Roiiinclln should be replaced by stipulations recognizing the Independence of Bulgaria HS at present constituted and determining the financial obligations of Bulgaria toward Turkey New clauses probably win settle also tho question of the Oriental railway Tho second and third proposals are that the powers shall take nojo ot the annexation by AustriaHungary of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the re turn of the oanjak of Novlpazar to TurkeyProvision Regarding Crete Article 4 relates to Crete It re Vlacea Article 23 of tho tronty of Berlin by clauses recognizing the an nexation of Croto to Greece and de termining the financial obligations oft Greece in respect to Grute toward lr Turkey It Is understood that tho four powers charged with tho protection of Crete Russia Great Britain France and Italy will settle tho Cretan ques Uon In concert with Turkey before referring it to the oonforanco It Is proposed that tho second part of arty etc 23 of the Berlin treaty which pro vides special regulations for the gov ernment of other parts of European Turkey shall cease to have force when tho powers are assured that a satisfactory settlement has been ef fected The fifth proposal Is to the effect Utah arrangements similar to the above shall apply to the Armenian provinces of Turkey Article 0 deals with Montenegro Too Montenegrin rights of sovereignty are limited by article 29 of tho treaty 1iI of Berlin It Is proposed that articles 26 to 33 Inclusive of the Berlin treaty shall bo cohdcnreil to n single article abrogating all the restrictions Imposed by the treaty under the orig tail article 29 which It IH proposed to swoop away Plan Compensation to Servla The seventh point In tho program Is I tho statement that It Is desirable to week and give compensation to Servla and Montenegro by a rectification of tho Bosnian and Hcrtegovlnlan fron i tiers adjoining Novlpazar This Is taken to Imply that a strip will be taken from tho territory annexed by AustriaHungary Proposal 8 concerns tho river Dan ube nnd declare It Is desirable to re vlso the regulations governing Dan ube traffic so as to give larger rights to tho states bordering on the river rYfIIMove Hindus to Honduras aRcouvor B CJ B Harkin of ih Uflipartruont of tho Interior of the i IX lalH government has solved tho provinceArI I diora ilian 2000 persons Is to be I n1 etlttem British Columbia lo lint tab ll urnsTho Indus are f fcw nnxtaM te1movoaRd tho Imperial gov V orameat will In the cost of i traaherttJg them to their hew home t MMRJr f o Hindu colony hero are nolearreit of work but actually IttitftIf Carriers Head a Thief Chicago Robert F Palmer pres ident ot the City Lettor Carriers as Boilallott of ininols was arrested Thursday on a charge of robbing the min Ho made a written confession to Postmaster Inspectors Klaton and Llewellyn that be has been pilfering letters for 16 years and that the nnlouhtoG money stolen is large all though bo kept no account of It Palmer Is a loiter carrier of Joliet J O Curwood Ally and Well Winnipeg ManThe story being published in the prose that James Oliver CUlt ood tho wollknon maga e zine writer ot Detroit had been mitt dered by Indians in the Hudson Bay district Is untrue Curwood h alive and well I Murderer Kills Self In JaD Champaign IliJohn Cook aged 78 years committed suicide In the county jail Thursday by hanging himself One month ago he murdered Mrs Edna McLonnan CHICAGO CHAMPIONS AGAIN n CUBS CAPTURE THE FIFTH GAME FROM DETROIT TIGERS Decrease of Interest This Year Shown by Attendance Teams Share of Gate Receipts It 46115 Dofrolt Mich it defeating De troll Wednesday afternoon 2 to 0 the Chicago tenet of tho National league rotnlned its tltlo OH tho champion bnsoball cant of tho world Tho present eerier differed but little from that of last year In the previous series Detroit managed to gotono tie game and then wont down In four straight defeat In the present series Detroit snatched one victory out of the five gomes played The Chicago team according to the critics showed superiority In every department of the game In tho series na a whole although this superiority WOK not so apparent on the day that Detroit won- Detroit was handicapped by Schmidts Inability to out down runners at second and by tho failure of her heavy hitting outfield to bat at critical moments when hits meant runs Ndno of the Detroit pitchers accrued able to consistently puzzle tho Chicago batsmen for even Mullin who pitched Detroits only victory was found for seven hits Throughout the series Chicagos hitting was opportune Tho occasions were rare when with mon on bases and runs needed a Chi cago batsman was not there with the needed hit The games were singularly free from squabbling and on only two or three occasions wore the decisions of tho umpires questioned At no time was It necessary for a player to be sent to tho bench to enforce discipline and good order The series however created less Interest In the two cities most affected than that of last year If tho attendance may bo taken as a guide The paid admissions were only 62 232 for tho five games and tho re ceipts totaled but 51970 as compared with 101000 last year Tho attend anco at the final game Wednesday afternoon was but 15510 with gross receipts of 957760 Of the money taken In the players of Chicago the winning team get27r 669 and tho Detroit players 18446 The club owners got 19681 apiece and tho national commission 9497 Jennings was not beaten Wednes day until Schmidts foul In tho ninth had found secure and final lodgment In KHngM capacious mitt Through tho tierce uphill battle he stood on the coaching line off first base coaching the runners on every move and spur ring tho batsmen on to make their best efforts No success of tho rival team and no failure of his own club dampened his determined cheerful ness There was never a faltering note In his wellknown cry of WOo ah And any slight advantage set him to executing his peculiar war dance A feature of tho game was Schmidt recovery of his throwing ann Chi cage was not able to steal a base on hint for tho first time during the aeriesEXPLORERHEADED FOR POLE IFlat Message Is Received frm the Cook Arctic Expedition New York The first ressage from Dr Frederick E Cook the arctic explorer since he started for tho polo from a point north of Etah February 26 has been received In this city It was brought hero by Rudolph Frnnko who accompanied Dr Cook on tho early stage of his journey and who received It from tho explorer by messengers whom ht sent back to the winter base after ho was well on nil way to the north Tho message was written March 17 about three weeks after Dr Cook had started on the last stage of his Journey It won dated Polar Sea North of Capo Hubbard and said that up to that point every thing had gono well although the weather was extremely cold Ho was making a straight line for the pole at that time Uo said and expected to be back at the base late In May f am making a straight course for the pole Dr Cook wrote The boys pre doing well and I have plenty ol dogs I hope to succeed At any rate i shall make n desperate effort White I expect to get back by the end ot May still I with you to be ready to- go to Acponlo tho Island off North Star whore the whalers eteatoeri come by tho 5th of June and If1 am not back tll go home with the whalers I think hoover wa will bo back Dr Mann Declines Blshoprl- cWashingtonOlving as a controll ing reason that his work In Boston Is still unfinished Rev Dr Alexander Mann pastor of Trinity Episcopal church of that city has declined the position t f bishop ef Washington to succeed lsbopSattorllle American Girl In Paris Mlsa Florence Morgan daughter of 0 L Morgan an A nierl can resident of Florence ejppcd from tint city with anti American named Craig arriving here Friday lows Girl Commite Suicide Qskalocsa 1aClara Wetland IS years old committed suicide at New Sharon Friday because her mother scolded her It Is said for tardiness In returning homo from school The girl took arsenic Original Topsy Passes Away Boston Mrs George C Howard well known at one tlmo as an actress and tho original Topay In the dram atized form of Uncle Toms Cabin died Thursday night at her bom la Cambridge FLEET DELAYED BY STORM RAN INTO A TERRIFIC GALE NORTH OF LUZON One Man Drowned and Some Damage Done to Vessels Arrival at Yo kohama Sunday TokyoTho delay of the Amer lean battleship fleet arriving at Yokohama was duo to a tremendous storm off the north roast of the Island of Luzon of the Philippine group The storm began on the morning of October 12 and continued until the after noon of October 13 One man was drowned and some damage resulted to the fleet These details were communicated to the Associated Press at Tokyo by wireless telegraph from the battle ship Connecticut through the special courtesy of the Japanese government Tho fleet will arrive at Yokohama at nine oclock on tho morning of October 18- Tho wireless dispatch from the Con necticut was dated 5104 m October 17 and was sent by way of Shimon oz ekl wireless station to this place It did not Rive the details of the storm encountered by the fleet but simply stated that on the morning of October 12 the fleet ran Into a terrific gale that assumed the proportions ot a typhoon ort tho northern coast of Luzon Tremendous seas were kicked up and one man was washed overboard The dispatch did not state from what ship tho man waa lost There was some slight damage caused by the heavy seas but nothing of a serious nature and the dispatch stated that till was well with the ships at that time VIccsAdmlral Salto has received a wireless message from Hear Admiral Sperry thanking him for the welcome extended to tho fleet by wireless tote graph INDIAN ACCUSED OF BIGAMY White Wife Says She Has Learned He Has Red Spouse New York Henry Standing Bear a fullblooded Sioux Indian who Is a graduate of the Carlisle Indian school and formerly was a fullback on the Carlisle football eleven was ar reigned In court hero Wednesday charged with bigamy Tho complain ant Is Hazel M Moran of St Louis who said she was a graduate of Smith college at Northampton Mass Miss Moran alleged that she was married to Bear in May last and has now die covered that Dear has a Sioux wife and three children at Pine Tree S D Dear was held In ball for a hearing next Monday One More Balloon In Sea Hull England The German bal loon Plaueti which left Berlin Monday In an endurance contest was picked up Wednesday night In the North sea by n trawler Clinging to the balloon wer the two aeronauts Hackstetter and Schreldorr In an almost exhausted condition The mon wore brought hero and Schrclder Is now in an In flnuary where his condition is said to hp quite serious Tho rescue took place about 240 mites from Spurn head Big Fire In Rock Island Hock Island JUFtro Friday night caused 500000 damage tn the yards of the Rock Lumber Com pang and the Rock Island Sash and Door works The flames started In the southwest corner ot the yards and fanned by a southeast gale swept everything north of the river devIlS sting an area of ten acres In two hours Twenty million feet of lumber and two sawmills were destroyed dank Cashier Arrested La OrandcOr3J W Scriber cashier of the Farmers Traders National bank was arrested Friday on a charge of embezzlement of tho banks funds It Is said the amount ot defalcation will reach 24000 New President for De Pauw Indianapolis IndRov Francis J McConnell Ph D pastor ot the New York Avenue Methodist Episcopal church Brooklyn N Y has accepted a call to the presidency of Do Pauw university Green Castle Ind ROOSEVELT GOING TO ENGLAND London Times Says He Will Lecture at Oxford londonTho Times is informed that President Roosevelt will visit England after his African trip early In 1910 He will deliver tho Ro manes lecture at Oxford and on the occasion of the university commemor ation will receive the honorary degree of D C I which Oxford already has bestowed upon Emperor William According to the Times President Roosevelt also will visit Paris and de liver an address at tho Sorbonne Neither the dates nor the subjects of tho lectures are yet known The Times further states that according to the present plans Mrs Roosevelt will join tho president at Khartoum on the journey northward AMERICAN FLEET AT JAPAN Stops Off Klushu Island to Witness Naval Maneuvers Tokyo Japan The American bat tleship fleet somewhat In advance of Its schedule has been sighted by the Japanse war vessels sent to convey a friendly greeting A wireless mcs sago reports that Admiral Sperry his officers and the enlisted men were witnessing the maneuvers of the Japan ese vessels off the Island of Klushu In southeastern Japan The Connecticut the flagship of Ad mlral Sperry had taken a position to one side and was witnessing tho maneuvers The warships are described as all being in splendid condi lion The gunboat Yankton came Into Yokohama harbor at ten oclock Fri day morning GOTHAM ASKED TO PAY 39000 Mo TenPound Note of English Colony Presented for Payment New YorkA tonpound note of tho English colony of New York Issued February 16 1771 137 years ago and before tho Declaration of Independence has been presented to Comptroller Metz with a request for payment Ho has been staggered by the figure lag of his experts who have informed him that if the city Is obligated to redeem tho note with compound in terest to date It will have to pay over something llko 39000 Standard OH Tanks Burned Baltimore MdA spectacular fire broke out shortly before threq oclock Wednesday afternoon at the Canton plant of the Standard 011 Company a short distance beyond the eastern limits of this city and it was not un del control until nearly tour hours later The flro originated In the pump house where a spark set fire to oily pipes and the blazo ran along them to nearby tanks of which three were destroyedAfter Young Cudahy Again Omaha Neb A stranger was found in the home of Edward A Cudahy the millionaire packer Tues day night who made his escape out ot an open window on the second floor when a servant glr scrcarned Ho was well dressed and woreasilk hat He was In tile room of Edward Cudahy Jri who was kidnaped seven years agoNoted Educator Dies Suddenly rorwlch ConnThe death of Dr Daniel Colt Oilman of Baltimore for merly president of Johns Hopkins unl Tcrslty occurred bore suddenly Tues day afternoon He had gone to his room to prepare fora drive after din nor where he was found helpless on tho floor by his wlfo Dr Oilman was born liere July 6 1831 ana burial wU take place hero- Grandson of Perry Dies New York Oscar Hazard Perry a grandson of Commodore Oliver has ard Perry hero of the battle of Lake Erie died Friday at his homo in Jer slat City of apoplexy He was born It Clarkson N Y In 1840 Tug Rams Albany Steamer New YorkOne man was drowned and 75 persons were thrown Into a panic Friday night when the ntcamer New York of the Albavy Day line was rammed by the tug VCIlllam II Flan I ncry In the North rlvv 1uKentucky Gleanings Most Important News Gathered From All Parts of the State LOOPHOLE FOUND Through Which Money Lenders Can Evade Paying Taxes Frankfort KyOy falsely stating the county of his residence a moneylender In Kentucky can loan 1000000 on mortgages and not pay a cent of taxes This fact Is made known by County Assessor Hawkins who has been requested to look up the residence of William Morgan and John Hays who have been loaning money on mortgages In Fayclto county and glv Ing their residence as Franklin coun ty Under tho law there is a pro vision that where a man lives Inone county and loans money on mortgages m another county It shall be the duty of the couty clerk where the mort gage is recorded to certify to all such mortgages and the amount or each to the county assessor In the county of the lenders residence WITHIN FOUR HOURS After Divorce Kentuckian Married Again Displeasing the Court Wllllnmstown yEd Beverly of this county was divorced from his first wife at 3 oclock in the afternoon and at 7 oclock the same evening was married to Mrs Pearl Franks a widowBeverlyshaste In remarrying reached the ears of Judge Commack who dlItrial He called the grand jury before him and Instructed It to investigate and If it found that an offense against the law had been committed to indict the guilty parties It obeyed instructions and returned an indictment against Beverfy charg Ing him with subornation of perjury May They Vote Is Question Raised Henderson KyThq question has been raised hero whether GQV Wlllsoi trill permt the soldiers Inlffo ThIrd Kentucky regiment and especially some 25 or 30 ot the Henderson com any who aro democratic voters to return home to vote Information hat been received hero that it is doubtful If they will bo permitted to come homo to register and vote This at fects other counties In this section as well as Henderson Campaign Chair man Ben Johnson has been notified of the matter Will Meet In Covlngton Frankfort IyThe state board of pharmacy met hero and elected oIll cers for the ensuing year as follows President James O Cook of Hopkins vllle secretary J W Gayjo of Frankfort treasurer J R Copper ot Lexington The next meeting will bo held on the second Tuesday in January 1909 in Covington Will UncleanDairymen Newport KyCounty Judge Matt Moore received the report of the state board of health on Campbell county dairies Dr Wyman state veterina rian rend the report which shows that but few of the dairymen comply with the law Prosecutions will be begun soon against the offenders A Sweeping Blaze London IyTho Jackson Opera House Kehr Bros drugstore Eber loin Cos general store Rlneharta livery stable Joseph Howards grocery and several smaller establishments were burned here in a fire which destroyed tho Jackson block Loss 450 000 partly Insured Judges Appointed Frankfort KyGoV Willson appointed W L Gordon pt Madlaonvllle ns special judge of tho Logan circuit court and Sam Holmes of Carlisle special judge of the Harlan circuit court The regular Judges were dis qualified because of Interest in cases Destroyed Fire Covington Ky Neighbors of Con rod Shadier of Nicholson Ky near here prevented fire from licking up all of the property on his farm His home and contents were almost de stroyed Loss 3GOO with little Insurance New Hotel For Franklin Franklin KyTho Boteseau hotol which has been in litigation before the Kentucky court of appeals was sold by lw owners to the agents of parties of Paris Ky who will tear down the old building and erect a modern 20 000 hotel on the site Stop Grading Down Tobacco Cadiz KyA resolution has been adopted by the Trigg county branch of the Planters Protective association asking General Manager Ewing to stop the grading down of the tobac co throughout this section that It breaks as good as the graded type IPromInent Physician Dies KyDrJ P Herring died suddenly at Oakvllle He wan one ot the moat prominent physicians and farmers in Logan county The burial took place at Red Oak church Rev McDonald Died In PltUburg- LoujvlUe WReports were co colvcd hereof the death In Plttaburg of typhoid feier of Rev Dr Donald McDonald He left hero September 1 to so to his new fteld In tho Penney vania city 3 FARM HAND Is Found Dead Hanging to a Rafter In a Barn Covlngton Ify Thotnus Wasson aged 40 farmer and employed by James Barlow about three miles south Of Burlington Ky hanged himself ton rafter Wasson arose early In the morning to attend the stock on tilt place and falling to appear for break fast W B Beomon was sent to look for him As Beemon entered the barn ho was confronted with the body of Vnsson dangling from a rafter He immediately cut down tho man who still had some life in him and notified others on the place By the time they arrived alt signs of life had disappeared Wasson was jovial on retiring the night before and spoke of the big days work he was going to do Ha was single Coroner Murat will hold an inquest NOTED KENTUCKY SURGEON Who Served During War Succumbs- to Rheumatic Complications Louisville Ky While his son was participating in the sessions of the Mississippi Valley Medical association Dr Turner Anderson aged 66 years one of the most prominent members of that body died here He had been 111 for three years of rheumatic com plications He was born In Meade county graduated in 1862 from the P and S college of Cincinnati and was surgeon major of the Twentyeighth Kentucky Infantry during the remain der of the war Rivals Cut Each Other Henderson Ky Nealey Jackson was seriously stabbed lie was a sweetheart of Miss Annie Hughes She cause homo with Harrison Gam mon another suitor Jackson was waiting and seeing her in company with a rival he rushed at her and stabbed Miss Hughes In the left breast Gammon protected the young lady and stabbed and cut Jackson In a hundred places Gammon received several cuts- Overexertion Caused Apoplexy Louisville Ky Ovorexertlon devel oped sudden apoplexy and Frank Wil llama 22 died of a first stroke He was an employe of the Menegel Box Co and ho worked hard all day Aft er supper a fire broke out in stables near his home and he worked for Komo hours rescuing the horses When ho returned home he complained ot feeling ill and his bride of a tow weeks found him dying beside her ExchangeBums Hickman KyA large frame build- Ing at Jordan this county formerly occupied by a creamery company but recently rented or bought by the rural telephone people was totally destroyed by a fire of unknown origin Tho large switchboard ot tho tele phone company had Just moved Into the house but this was saved There was no insurance on the building Settled CourtLexington KyFive suits brought against W J Lougbrldge as an indi vidual stockholder In the defunct Southern Mutual Investment Co were settled out of court by Receiver Jas C Rogers of the American Bond Re servo Co It Is said that all such oth er suits will shortly be settled put of court and the affairs of tho company speedily disposed of Population Increasing Frankfort KyThe population of Frankfort is Increasing Just twice as many by birth as it is decreasing by death The report for the last three months made by Dr R M Coblln city health officer are 39 births and 17 deaths Of the births 22 ever girls and 17 boys- University Official Before Grand Jury Lexington KyPresident J K Pat terson Prof F Paul Anderson and five students all of the State univer sity were summoned before the Fay ette county grand Jury concerning disappearance of W E Smith the stu dent who disappeared mysteriously a month ago Embezzlement Charged Covlngton KyWilliam CIo s of Bellevue Ky aged 24a collector em ployed by the Peebles Grocery Co was arrested by Patrolman Mahan oa a warrant charging him with the em bezzlement of 50 Gloss has been employed by the company for several years Consul Laid Rest Louisville KyThe funeral serv ices over the body of Benjamin H Rldgely consul general to Mexico who died suddenly at Monterey Mex were held here Rev J 0 Mlnnige rode officiating Interment was at Cave lull cemetery Vast Kentucky Tract Ablaze Louisville KyA park Item a train ignited a hay rack A fivemile area of grass and woods la burning la the southern end of this county The fire department is handicapped owing to a poor supply of water Blac AmongLancaster Ky Black leg has made Its appearance among cattle In thin section of the state and some of the farmers of the adjoining county ol Lincoln are resorting to vaccination as a preventive CHAPMAN Continued from Pint r xe In tho depths of the sea in the deep silent depths Far away from the shore Where they may never rise up To trouble thee more Where no farreaching tide With Its pitiless sweep May stir the dark waves Of forgetfulness deep I have burled them there Where no mortals may Leo I have cast all your sins In the depths of tie sea To this pledge of forgiveness Chris- has t given His promise and Ills wor never falls 2 Cor 12022 For nil the promises ct God In him are yea and in him amen unto the glory of God by us Who bath also sealed us and given the earnest of the Spirit In our heartsThe signature means much I hav read of a pair of scales so dellcately balanced that If you placed on each side a piece of paper and still preserve the balance and signed your name upon one piece the scales would tip In that direction The thIng to which you put your signature determines your whole life and may do termine your eternity Abraham Lincoln signed his name and the slaves were free but your name signed today to a declaration of what you believe may either set you free or bind you with chains In the days ot the Scottish Coven anters the signature meant every thing A crisis came when Charles I ascended the throne Men from all parts of the country hurried to Ed Inburg They lacked a leader When the Earl of Southerland put down his name men opened their veins and signed their names In blood They gave up their estates and became wanderers they lived In damp caves und treacherous bogs they died upon the scaffold they were torn to pieces women suffered nameless indignities nil because they had signed the Covenant but when a life is given up to Christ and the signature Is affixed the result Is always power I have read somewhere Lord Tennyson could take a penny piece of paper write a poem on it and make it worth sixtyfive thousand dol lara Thats genius Mr Rockefeller can write a few lines on a sheet of paper and make It worth ten million dollars Thats capital The United States can take an ounce and a quarter of gold and Stamp upon it an eagle and make it worth twenty dollars Thais sovereignty A mechanic can take a piece of material worth five dollars and make It into watch springs worth one thousand dollars Thats skill I suggest to you today that which I will prove to you a blessing and make you a power lu the world and I await your signature I SALVATION This is the first step we must take i Except a man be born again he tan not see the kingdom of God and I suppose the following would be a description of salvation In Its fullness First there is sin then the will weakened thon a Savior presented then the Spirit working then the sins forgiven and forgotten then abid ing Savior a life transfigured death triumphant resurrection sure and eternity glorious This Is a plain statement of what It means to be a Christian It Is all a miracle You ask me how I save my heart to Christ- Y tlo not know There came a longing for Him lu my soul So long ago I found earths flowers would fade and die I wept for something that could satis fy- And then and then somehow I seemed to bear To lift my broken heart to Him In prayer I do not know I cannot tell you how I only know ho Is my Savior now You ask me when J gave my heart to Christ- I cannot tell The day or Just the hour I doo not npw remember well It must have been when I was all alone Tho light of Ills forgiving spirit shone Into sin my heart so crowded oer with I I think I think twas then I let Him f In I I do not know I cannot tell you when I only know Ho Is so dear since then do not preach In these days a self IIsalvation which simply leads us t I believe that wo may escape boll and gain heavy To bo a Christian Is to be possessed of tho spirit of Josus id f all that we do It Is to lift burdens II to help the tempted to glvo sympathy to the sorrowing to make earth like heaven William DeWitt Hyde has said Ill tho hotae it la kindness In business it honesty In society It Is courtesy In work it la thoroughness In play 1 t is fairness toward the fortunate Itls congratulation toward tho unfortun ate It is pity toward tho wicked 1 t Is resistance toward tho weak It Is help toward the strong It Is trust toward tho pentltent It is forgiveness toward Ood It Is reverence and love and It starta with tho new birth To this thought of heaven I would havo you cay Lot here Is my elg natured II- SACRIFICE Jesus never deceived his followers Ho said Whosoever ho be among you that forsaketh not all that ho hath he cannot bo my disciple To live a lifo ot sacrifice Is to be a bless lInt to others When Florence Night- Ingale recently entered upon her 89th year the Lord Mayor ot London granted her the freedom of tho city and tho King and Queen sent their congratulations Her namo Is in soporably connected with the Crimean war In 1854 25000 men salted for tho Crimea the following spring 13 000 wore sick in hospitals England was stirred through and through five million dollars were contributed to aid the afflicted the medical staff was Increased until there was a doctor to every hundred soldiers One man Sir Sidney Herbert of the War Department said This Is a womans work and there Is only ono woman who can do It and that is Florence Nightingale Two groat tributes were paid her in connection with tho Crlmoan war Ono was that as she passed through tho wards the soldiers turned their heads upon their pillows to kiss her shadow and the other occured at a dinner given to tho officers ot tho British army and navy on their return from Crimea Lord Stafford suggested that every guest should write on n piece of paper the name ot the per son whoso deeds In the Crimean war would engrave themselves most in delibly in thti history of tho British people and when the papers were examined every ono had written tho name of Florence Nightingale A life of sacrifice blesses oneself When Dr Gunsaulus was at onetime preparing a sermon on John IS 37 which was Jesus answer to Pilate To this end I was born and for this cause came I Into the world he void that his nephew entered the room and said as ho read the text I dont see why I was ever born nor why I came Into tho world but thIs young man wan In the fatal Iro- quoIs theater fire lie saved seven teen lives and died Himself but died saying Now I know When Dr Gunsaulus was In the south of France a man ago know that ho man an American came up to him and said I was In the Iroquola fire but I saved myself did you hear me sir I saved myself and one standing by said to Dr Gunsaulus Do not let him disturb you the poor man Is demented These two pictures stand striking contrast1 the only life that pays is the life that Is lived in tho spirit of BolfJacrlfice lot each esteem other bettor than himself No sacrifice is too groat to make for Jesua It Is the spirit ot Saint Paul who said I am a Hebrew of the Hebrews but when ho had pictured all his life of culture he said Philippians 378 But what things were gain to me those I counted loss for ChristYea doubtless and I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord for whom I have suffered the loss of all things and do count them but dung that I may win Christ To this spirit of sacrifice lwould have you say Lo hero Is my signature III- SERVICE If we are to be as God would have us we must be earnest In service God forbid that we should live lives of selfish ease A friend of mine saw three men lifting a great plank two of them were tall men and stood at either end ono was shorter in stature and stood in the middle This middle man could only just touch his fingers to this piece of timber and while the others were Etralnliig to lift the hea vy Joad he was walking along buoy antly humming bin fingers upon the load which tho other two men wo bearing Many of us are renderl Christian service like that Was It not Dr Duff who went before the General Assembly of his church and made an appeal for the mission field In this appeal he faint ed and thoy carried him out of the aidoTake me back and let me finish my address and they oald If we do you will die and be answered If you do not I shall die I want this t spirit or I would like to have the spirit of D L Moody whom one of my friends found in tho Reading Terminal Station in Philadelphia My friend know that ho was 111 and saId to him You muat go to my home and ho said I am not well but i cannot go I am on my way to Kan sas City and I must preach sick or- well for I would like to seo another city moved for Cod bcforo I go and ho went on his journey to preach his last sermon and literally died at hIs post I want a spirit like that or I would llko to have tho spirit of Gen end Booth of the Salvation Army who now at 80 years of ago has turned his taco toward the dark con tlncnt of Africa that ho may preach the gospel to the lost and Incite hIs soldiers to moro willing effort realiz ing that the journey may be his last because the nerves so long straIned might snap and tho body which has BO marvelously used to help the fallei might givo away but none of these things move him and I would like a spirit like that and In holding up this Ideal I would have yotl say Lot here Is my signature CHARLES M ALEXANDER Parentage and Early Life of the Great est Gospel Singer a Mountain Boy From Torrey nud Alexander Like a modern version of tho Acts of tho Apostles runs the life story of Charles MeCallon Alexander the famous Gospel singer and conductor It Is a veritable romance a stirring and Inspiring narrative of answered prayer Every great event of my life has come to pass in answer to prayer declares Mr Alexander and this is the keynote of his remarkable career It was less than thirtyeight years ago that Mr Alexander was born In a log cabin among the hills of Tonu eeseo in America Ills parents were poor but Godfearing with strong musical talents But little did they dream as tho lad Charles drove tho cows homo In the waning twilight singing Gospel hymns as ho plodded them onward that he would ono day become the most famous Gospel singer and leader In the world Tho he was born in a humble homo yet It was delightfully situated among the hills of Tennessee Many of his boyhood days were spent in adventurous ramblings thru forest and glen over hill and dale picking berries exploring the brooks and streams and lying on his bask watching the fleecy qlouds and dreaming of the future Tho famous singer loves to 10 recall the memories of those early years and of his dearly beloved and honored parents Speaking of the re Iglous Influences with which ho was lurroundod ho MIdoMy father was au cldor in the Presbyterian church and a leader in good works My mother was a Cdn secrated woman full of deep piety with a strong practical strain The only papers we took were religious ones and at night time wo would all gather round tho fireside and mother would road aloud from them Also on stormy and rainy days mother would rood aloud to us children 8ho loved most to road sormons The earliest books he Alexander read outside tho Bible were a Lifo of Lincoln and a Guide for Young Disciples by Pike Ills first music lesacns were earned by milking the family cow and dally deliver ing the milk to a lady who gave him the lessons In return Speaking of his start lor college Mr Alexander says 9 well remember the day when as a youth I started out from my country home for the university 1 had not gone far when good old Deacon Hudgins came along with his wagon and took me up with my box and carried me twelve miles over the hills to the university town It was a beautiful balmy day I1t we Jrovb along each of us lost in thought At last Deacon Hudgins gave utterance to the following words of advice My boy you are going to a place where it will be easy for you to find bad com panlons You will not have the In fluence of your quiet Christian home and a Good mother to keep you straight Do not disgrace the pro fession you have made In our country Church but ba true to your church membershipWhen about his first ox perlence aa a musical conductor Mr Alexander said I began my career as a conductor of singing while teaching a country school when about seventeen years of ago I developed In music rapidly studied at a musical college for a tow months and was then appointed Director of Music in the university which I had formerly attendedWhile I was teaching I had a tele gram from my mother saying that my father was not expected to live and I hurried to my homo which was I then In Atlanta Georgia On my journey homo I had time to think and the world chlaged In a very few hours Father lived for a week and during that time my outlook on the world was changing all tho time I was looking at things la tho light of eternity The night my father died it came to mo as never before tho worth of a human soul Ho couldnt take any of us ho must go alone And I pondered how essential It was be fore everything else to seo that tho soul was sato In Gods keeping So began tho service of song which has gone around tho world It was about this time that Mr Alexander came across the autobl orgaphy of Charles G Flnnoy tho same book that had made so marked an Impression on Mr Torroy Ho was touched to tho Inmost core ot his being by tho thrilling and search ing things that he read In the remarkable narrative Three times ho read it and the Impression ho derived from Its study havo been some ct tho most potent Infulonccs In mould Ing his life TAFT H f REi Next President Enthusiastically Greet ed on Visit to Old Kentucky States Vote Promised HIm Secretary Tafts tour thru the state lost week probably marks the height of the excitement for this campaign I here tho Bryan Is still to come Dry j an however has been here so often and under such unpleasant circum stances that he Is not very pSpular oven with hIs own party and his coming Is nut expected to have much effectMr Tafts trip on the other hand was tremendously effective and great J pubIIlennegreeted with the greatest all along the line of his journey am In every place spoke to crowds which were beyond the capacity of the build Inga The party loaders of both factions pledged the state to him before ho left and now declare that they will surely win Mr Taft entered the state at Ashland and went along tho line of the c S 0 to Louisville MoppIng kt several places for rnnr platform speeches and at Lexington for along address In tho Opera House This building was filled and his speech was greeted with generous cheers and listened to with oaro While Mr Taft Is not in any way the equal of Bryan as an orator voice Is tho only thing in which Dry an Is really superIorhis speech was what Dry ns novor are plain straight solid and convincing No man who wanted to learn the truth about the Issues of tho campaign wont there and came away disappointed In Loutsvlllo this experience Was repeated and when the great meet ing ended Mr Taft confessed that ho was greatly surprised at the warmth of his greeting In this old state and that he had not before supposed that It was possible for him to carry It MILK PAIL IS FILLING Buelnsse Picking Up on Assurance of Tafti Election Business Is becoming more active factories are running some hill time others nearly so savings banks find that deposits are Increasing and many new accounts are being opened The horizon Is rosy hucd for the man who has goods to sell anti tho nine who has labor to dispose or Tho same condl tions are reported east and west Tho small country Jobbers writes a newspaper correspondent from Ohio are doing letter tin railroad trains are Jammed with travelers whoso tea timony Is to tho effect that things am lowly but Lurcly righting themselves and In tho manufacturing districts there Is a return to 00 per cent of the activity of a yenr ngo The 100 per cent In not tar off if tho election of Tort shall give to manufac turers merchants and wage earners the sense of security which attaches to Impartial and efficient administra Lion of the laws and protection from sudden changes which tend to unsettle commerce and labor and cause confu sion loss and disappointment to both I HISTORICAL BEREA IRev Jno G Foe founded the Un ion church and named this place Bcrea In 1853 It was thon a douse thicket and the region was noted for lawless ness and violence Dr J A R Rogers was tho first head of tho school and gavo It a great reputation before tho war Tho houso from which ho was driven by a mob In 1859 stands opposite the Chupol Howard Hall was built In Ills administration In 68 with money from I tho Freedmans Bureau colored students having boon admitted In CG I Pros Fairchild 186989 erected Ladles Hall and Lincoln Hall and began an endowment I Tho other buildings belong to tho present administration Colored students wpro excluded by law In 1904 a of tho AdJUstIment mountain work unimpaired and es BChoOlloDowhore Boron ColIogQ Is a monument tit faith Par Its mnlntunaneu gifts to the amount of over 110000 are nqulr ed each year Last year It Instructed 1160 students representing tho moun tains of Ito tuokr Tennessee Nortk Carolina and tho Virginias and 10 other states and aided colored rtuI detits In other schools to Use number of 141 Brethren pray for us A THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK c Cnvtimtn Inm arM Mae u of the unions as Mr Compete haaI promlledIJOKE ON DEMOCRATS Tho men j In tho Bryan headquarters In Chicago played a bad joke on themselves last week Each party has a lot of circulars printed In all kinds of foreign languages and It happens that the work Is done at tho same shop Last week the Republicans sent In a rush order of this kind and tho presses turned It out but by some mistake It was sent to Democratic headquar ore two wagon loads of lb There the busy clerks wrapped It upnone ot thorn could read a word of it and sent It to the men on the careful compiled Democratic list The Republicans were greatly worried over tho failure of their literature to show up till they found out what had become of It SENATE CIJANQINGFor years tho Senate ot tho United States has been tho part of our government which has been most strongly against changes of all kinds and a certain body of old xacmtora Allison lisle fro Gorman and Aldrich havo man aged to put theIr ideas Into almost every measure that has come up for consideration and to provent laws which might hurt Interests which they wanted to protect These men have been responsible for a good deal of tho favor to special interests which has marred the government of this country but also they have prevented n good deal of legislation which has since proven to have been 31 considered and dangerous But now tho time of those mon Is about over Some era dead and new men are coming In so rapidly that In a short time the Senate Is likely to bo com pletely under the control ot the pro crosalvea like LaFollette Cummins and Beverldgo Almost every pow man who is going In except Brad leT will belong to this new sot who represent the people as against the interests and are willing to try almost anything which may help out and risk the dangers It will take years to show whether or not those progressives will do more good dr harm for they aro almost certain to go wrong sometimes and do great good at others At any rate tho peo pie will foel a good deal more comfortable to have In the Senate a cat of men that they know are honest ly doing theIr beat for tho voters in stead of a set which are suspected of working hardest for tho trusts But the change la coming for good or ill THE MARKET 1 TBerea Prices Potatoes Irish per bu 100f 1 Cabbage 214o per Ib Honey 12is per lb I Apples per bu 115 tIlIam per lb1Ce Lard per lb 12tfo Chickens foot lb 7o 1liensFeathers per lb 40c Corn 76c x Wheat per bu410e- Oats 000t I Live Stock Louisville Oct 20 1903 Choice export steers 4 00 6 00 Choice butcher steers 3 76 4 25 Medium butcher steers 3 00 4 00 00IMedium butcher heifers S 60 S CO Common butcher belters 2 CO 8 00 Choice butcher cows 3 00 4 C- OMtdlum butcher cows 2 76 3 00 Common butchor cows S CO 2 75 Canners l 00 1 76 Choice fat oxen 3 CO 4 00 Medium oxen 3 00 4 09 Choice bulls 2 60 3 25 IIOommonMedium veal calves 4 00 CO Common calves 2 CO 4 M Good feeders 400 426 Medium feeders 3 CO 4 00 Common feeders 2 69 3 CO Choice stock steers 3 00 3 CO Medium stock steers 2 76 3 00 Common stock steers 2 00 2 76 Medium stock heifers 2 60 3 25 Choice stock helfora 3 00 4lCommon nixed stockers 1 75 3 CO Choice mulch cows 3600 4500 Medium mlloli cows 20 00 10 00 Common mulch cows K 91 Jt M Hoes Choice packers and butchers 108 ant up 5 55 Medium packers and butchers 100 to 200 tbs c 08 Choice pugs eoHo lbs 4 45 Light piss 1040 Ibs 4 00Ifllaht shippers 120ICO Iba c 60 norths 1104930 ids up la 4 70 suss CtiolM fat sheeps 4 00 Medium sheep SJJQ Common sheet 3 00 Iltoks 1 CO 2 15IChoice lambs 4 C9 6 00 Seconds 2 CO 400 Good butcher lambs 4 CO GOO Culls and tall ends 2 CO 3 00 MUSS PORKUZ 50- HAJISChoice sugar curoA light and special cure ISJSKc heavy to medium 13cS- HOULDERS100 per lb BACON Clear rib sides 12Hc regular clear sides lOftc breakfast bite on ISc sugar cured shoulders Ite bacon extra lOc belllM 14c heavy 130- LAUDIrlmo steam In tierces lltfc pure loaf In tierces 114e In tube IBc DRIED BKKF lie EGGS Case count ISo per tloz candled 16- oBUTTIIR10290 par 1I POULTRY Spring ohUkens ISo liens 9l4e web old 9ft turkeys 4 I012o ducks young Do WlIEAJNo 2 rod L04 We CORNNo 2 white SOc No 5 mixed 79Ho- OATSNow No 3 white 62c No 3 mixed Sic RYE No 2 Northern 89c No 3 Northern 90a WHOS FOR THE TRUSTS Tho faithful trust watchdog la the Senate McLaurin warned tho Stand ard Oil through Archbold tbs Koooo voll intended to take a fall out of that Standard Oil gang Mr Hearst In his speech said Well Mr Rooeovolt nerdy did tako a twcutynlnomlllloniiolUr fallout of tho Standard Oil gang and the Standard Oil Company are going tornail his Lido to theIr barn door they can That Is tho truth readers Dont you know that these Standard 011 people are bound to fight bitterly against tho man who has put fear in their hearts And dont you know that the only way In which they can rorslbly nail Roosovelto Idle to the barn door is working and spending their money FOR BRYAN You have got to vote with the Standard Oil or against tho Standard Oil It you voto with tho Democrats the machine that tho Standard Oil has now taken up you voto for Arch bold and his gang r t Tho Standard 011 will protect their friends and punish their enemies this time by socking to elect Bryan and to punish Taft because ho stands for Roosevelt =Tho K Y Journal J + s I The Porter Co IIHOOroUTlD Ite BEREA KYI4 44 el0 Of0iewOte C 0e0tIf0i0S0 Or000O0 o 0O oooooo0 0 i Berea and Vicinity s o- e o 0 0- I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES io oeoeoo e croteo oe otao oS ole esoteo oo1oeoSoiooU DR BESTIDENTIST CITY rilONR 1S3 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Mlaa Lucy Sllmpor was tho guest of Mian Ida Lewis at tho homo of Marion 11111 near Kingston Saturday nd Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Wagons returned last weok from a two weeks valtI relatives at WagerlBvl11o InhP Settle was In Richmond Wed ntday on butlness and also W H PorterMr It h Richardson was In Oln innatl last weak on bushes Mlm Mary Jones who la teaching II Wlldle was hero tho first of tho wVek for n short skit with her sitter Mr and Mra Taylor Munoj have moved Into the house on Center Bt last occupied by Mr 0 M Green Mr and Mrs Isaac Dean of Jaokwn county wore In town Wednesday About twenty town peoplo went to Islington lost Wednesday to hear ludgo W 11 Taft tho next president flee Nannie Robinson of Morohead i the guest of her sister Mimes 11rthaand Mary Robinson rTho tint number of the Pall Ly um cqurco was a pronounced eue MI and Mln iNmr B with and iir aMlitaNU won ayplawo all hi s14t7 ttlnc Revival aervieer Iwglti In the a Bnpttst Ckurc Friday night follow tag tho Chapman iHMtlng and will wntiuuo for from 12 to 16 days Th- eItw 0 W Shofhord of Winchester will aaalit the Itov Mr Branden burg PrMehiM will be at 10 a m uO 7 P m wink dstyb aBd 11 ft n t id ita 7 iRry Sun ay8 t Alt ft invited Ilie Wnvc dIe Club wwati At in Boats I rMUtr UM mbjoct Lo rag Clvle Roar N The town toot laU twm Benifl plain and Walter Hngle wanaier ifoatod tho Ustit college loam 110 aturday In a linrC fought gamo Tlie own team will piny nUuwond on I lIt Normal grenade them OB Mon day A party of nearly twenty from Jhrea wont early this week to Loutivnio to attend tho Grand Ixxlgo of Do Masons there Among R iwm ware W II Porter Dr Davit Leon Lewis JoLr Johnson Andrew IwmcB W II Dower and It 11 Chrta man Tho Rev C A VanWlnklo anti Mrtt Laura Kelly Creech rero mar- rIed Friday nljnt at the homo cf the brldo parents liy tho Rev J llJlckuoll who came from Hazel Green About twonty frlesds nnd relatives wcro present After tho ceremony tho brldo and groom loft for a two weeks trip to Cumberland Gap and other points In tho South Dr Thomson lost wcok visited lu turn Lexington Paris Winchester Danvlllo and Richmond lIe hold attended meetings of colored friends ot the College at which made were raised for tho now school nnd nlso rondo preparations for tho visits hero t t clergymen from thoso towns due 1lug the Chapman and Alexander nice tings LOST Three yards of dark red ribbonsbotwcen Will C Gambles and Mrs Bakers Finder will receive 25c reward on return to thlu office A A small party from tho Richmond school were horo Monday as visitors to tho college The Row Harley M Rator is In town for tho nioctlugs oho Varsity and Scrub teams mix ed It up for a hotfoot ball game Sat urday and with several of tho reg ulars out and tho scrubs being coach ed by tho nblo referee Ab Stllwell tho scrubs hold tho Varsity down to 11 points SMALL DOYSA reward of J5o tt will bo paid for the return to this office of ono small yellow and white broken tailed kitten e John Dean spent Sunday with home folks at Clover Bottom Miss Theresa Johnson was tho guest of Mr and Mrs Bert Coddlngton from Friday until Sunday Miss Dora lily was at homo tho first of the week for a short time Mr Ceo W Shockloy and family expect to leave soon for California They will locate on a farm of Mrs Kllza YooumB about 200 miles from Lo Angeles The best wishes of tho town go with Mr Shockloy and family Mrs Win Chrlsman of Combs Ky was the guest of her son R II Chris man and of her daughter Mrs W G neat last week Mrs W II Porters Sunday school class of young girls enjoyed a fine outing at Mallory Springs last Satur dayMr Will Harrison and wife spent Sunday In Richmond with their son Miss Ella Kindred has been the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs Dillard Griffith Mr Gilbert Reynolds and ilra Mary Cliff wore united In marriage last Saturday morning Tbo missionary Society ot the Un ion church hold Its annual Tea last Wednesday afternoon Otobor 14 Partyfive women wore present and at four o clock sat down to the rooml0rttftldont Society After the rthnlng hymn prayer was rtfwed and then all listened with Interest to a hrjef program Mrs Dlnunoro presented the first JAMT on Immigration Miss Cor wins subject was Japan Mrs Dag er was tho last speaker and told something of the work she and her husband have been engaged In In Africa It seemed nn appropriate co- Incidence that she should give tills talk here Just on tho day which nine years previous she nnd her husband first tailed for their far away mission Mrs Williams WAS at homo to tho Prlsollla Club last Friday Tho responses to roll call were from Conan tae In the Trip Around tho World tho Club visited Madorla and Glbralta with Mrs Coyle and the cities of Cadiz and Seville with Mrs Blazer Sated sandwiches chocolate and cake were served J FIRE Tho soeond serious fire of this year ocourod Friday morning when tho hotuo ownod by J M Early and occupied by R II Chrltnian was burned to tLo ground with practi cally all Its contents Tho loss Is near 1500 but there was Insurance on both house and furniture Tho flames had gone too far to bo fought successfully when tbo fire was discovered but there was he rotc work done by tinny and tho nearby buildings woro all saved Among those who deserve special mention wero Marshall Tatum Jno Jackson Louis Lester Soward Marsh Charles Burdetto Eugene Thomson Glenn Porter nd Jewell Main Mr and Mrs Early desire to extend thru Tho Citizen their thanks to those of their friends whom they cannot see for tho good work they did for thom that day FOOT BALL Tho critical football game of the Beacon for Berca comes Saturday when TranBylvrKla plays hero The game will bo hot from start to fin Ish for each team bollovoa It cm win In tho line up from Loxlng ton will bo Fowler Bender and Trendwny nil well known hero Bo reaB chances have novor been EO good oa In this game and tho win ning of It will glyo air Joys well deserved oncouragcnYelitAvIoot Ing has a groat do Igt thJ feelings of r team ii4i retyy8iaff with a good votde1t t and 3011 A hitritl iJ n11 t t kJfcj nt the right time h alf w 4 gamo and wo needy TN Wtf k J jAr J I UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE 511 1R ipratbcr Successor to Gotten Orocctg Company phone 184 noatii trcct- Opposttc GitiCH Office alrseettlsiesaaeneeeo-a o i College Items i 0 0- o HERE AND THERE a- osoSoSoooOYotlofao otaooi1- VIII G Gamble was In london and Livingston Saturday arranging fur the entertainment hero of vlsl tore front there during the revival ineollugfl and Monday ho wont to Winchester to arrange for a special trainPresident 1roit won In Wallacston and Pnlnt Lick Saturday night to attend a meeting ot tho colored rlotidit of the college at which 100 was raised for tho now school Ho WM at Sltddlojbcco last week to attend tho opening there of tho now building for the colored public school of whlnk a Boreb graduate tho nov O W nail IB superin tendent Tho building IB ono of tho JOlt for the purpose In tho State having coat JIGOOO While at Mid dlosboro Mr Frost stayed with Anton Brock formerly of heron who IB elation agent there Severn wore In Richmond several days lost wool on court business for the college IGinll D Uroakor tho now head of the Forestry Department has returned to his work after a siege with typhoid fover Miss Louise Wolf who has boon In the hospital Blnco July 28 with tr-I able to Ira about again and In re covering rapidly Alpha Zeta held IU annual oyster Mew Frjilny nl ht and tho function iiroved to bo ono of tho mOIL en joyable of the year There wore 7C members and guests present and all had a fine good time Dr Bond Is In town for over the meetingsRev Wlllert Anderson D D ct Amherst Mass author of the book entllted The Country Town Is vis iting Berca and gill preach next Sunday In 1CV we are told there existed carriagesI Diane do Poitiers nail ono to Reno dc I Laval In Kngland coaches eo called from the Hungarian kossl date from 1680 though whlrllcotcs go back to the fourteenth century lu lass the year of tho great revolution that put Dutch William on the throne the annual Income of the average workingman In England was reckoning In American money about 03 tow It is 450 In 1CSS the av erage annual Income of English fami lies was 5UX today It Is 800 The ancients called Venus by tho name of Hesperus when she was even ing star and by tho name of PhOopbo rus when she was morning star for until her motions were studied It was not known that the two stars were one and the same planet New York Amer lean The most magnificent tomb In the world Is deemed to bo the palace tem plo of Karuak occupying a space of nine acres or twice that of St Peters at tome The temple space Is a poets dream of gigantic columns beautiful courts and wondrous avenues of sphinxesWANTEDSuccess Magazine re quires the service of a man in Berca to look after expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special methods unusually effective position permanent prefer one with experience but would consider anT- I applicant with good natural qualifica tions salary 1EO per day with commission option Address with refer ences R 0 Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Bldg New York J =f k 5 I 1 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 you will always wear them I have every style and size Mrs S R BakerV Richmond St Phone 123 Berea Ky HOT or COLD You Need ICE or COAL We have the Best of Both r T j j The delivered dailyII All Grades of Domestic Coal Both at Lowest Possible Prices G D Holliday CS Co PHONE Day 169 Night 71 BEREA KENTUCKY I AY 7 fJo IN OUR OWN STATE Family Dies When House BurnsCon trol of Central University Dismissed FIVE IN FAMILY KILLED Geo Stooffer and three children perished Sunday at Palntvllle Ky in a fire Mrs Stoeffer Jumped from a window and broke her neck NO POWER OVER CENTRAL Tho Prcabytorlan Synod which met at Winchester last week decided that It had no power to control Central University and that tho Institution had passed out of lie hands last year NOTICE Tho Berea Telephone Company earnestly requests that advertisers post no more bills on the poles belonging to the Company Those are the reasons Tacks or nails driven Into the poles cause them to decay more rapidly Tacks or nails in poles make It diffi cult for tho trouble man to climb Bills pasted OR the poles look very bad and hang on In tatters till tho weather wears them off Nothing in a town looks much uglier than dirty ragged papers dangling from the poles along tho streetsCThe East Tennessee Telephone Co has ruled that Berea people should be charged toll when taklng over the line tram Richmond tack to Berea whether such parsons are telephoto subscribers In Berea or not Seo notices In Richmond papers This Company Is thus compelled in turn to charge Richmond people for talking from Berea to Richmond Our patrons are hereby kindly requested to observe this notice in the future Public Sale I will on Thursday Nov Bth 1908 at the late residence of Mrs E J Wallace deceased where I now live on tho Wallace Mill turnpike HI miles from tho Richmond and Lancaster turnpike 2 miles from the thriving village of Paint Lick In Mall son County Ky sell to the highest bidder a lot of good horses 8 mules and a lot of good cattle At the same place and on the same day the Master Commissioner of Madison County will sell 188 acres of good rich fertile land this land lays well with some fine Paint Lick bottoms and has upon It a largo brick house which sets upon high ground with a beautiful rolling front yard good out buildings good Ice house good cistern and lasting stock water Win Wallace 1 i r Paint Lick Kentucky W P Prewitt Auctioneer 1 Bcrea Ky- Public Sale We the heirs of Thomas P Hulett deceased will on Saturday Nov 14 1908 on tho premises two miles from Berca on tho Wallaceton pike in Madison County Ky sell to the high est and best bidder two tracts of land tic follows TRACT NO 1 contains 42 acres Tins upon It a four room box house barn good spring water good garden and small orchard TRACT NO 2 contains 97 acres 8 acres In meadow land 25 acres tim ber land remainder In pasture Has upon It a six room double log house with all necessary out buildings and largo barn also an orchard and well watered land Will offer the two farms separately then a811 whole and whichever way they bring the most money that bid will bo accepted J E Hulett J N Hulett E T Hulett W P Prewltt Auctioneer FOR SALE 16 acres of good land one and a halt mile from Berea Ky Four room box house and a 30x16 barn and good garden Price 500 Joe Williams Berea Ky Many patriotic Democrats frankly declare that their party has never bad a lender like William Jennings Bryan Whcjlier thl Is an exulfattt boast or a melancholy nIDlI n matter of conjecture It Is prniiilly tvwtiMidotl hy Bryans advocates that lie IK n ouccetsful lecturer So xvis the Immortnl Mrs Cau dIe for that mutter Yet the White louse was never desisted as a lyceum agency Of course the former United States senator who proudly boasts that be led the mob that recently lynched a negro wretch In Mississippi Is solid for Bryan and the reign of law How to Clean Zino To clean zinc mnke n paste of common whiting and ammonia and apply with a woolen cloth A last rubbing should be given with a dry flannel Li3d OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST S R BAKER DENTIST BEREAKYtalOffle hours from S to 4 CUT Php lea Teetk extracted without ptl Somnofome 450Buys a good set of teeth DR HOBSON Richmond Kentucky IEXPERIENCE TfiADt MARKS DESIGNS ICOPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone lending a iketcn and description Ma jquickly certalll one opinion ree an llonsatrctlconedentlaLNANOBOOIt Corninunlc on Iltentl lent Brea Uldt encrforaecufna patent Iatentl taken through co receive tytetal nutlet without coarse la tbo Scientific fliwricam A htmdiomolr Illnntraled weektf Tarcest Hr eolation of an adcntlflo Journal Ttrmi II a eodbratlnewsdeatereIIONN Iirancb Office 6ZS T BU Waiblai ton I Co M M S POULTRY FENCEVerr Close Mesh Cbnt llo4 enc Utter 410 cktipw tbsriaewrit roc ouioc howlae fill Bo of toed1 tee HI cXIJLB TSHCI CO iWZani IB Lau ear Ye- REVOLVING u LESS PERWRITEV MIUT OE KAtaitL KANSAS crryHa u IW d e AN 11NfhJNOJ Jf M owieyiRutl 0 313hti rp PAPER HUNG WELL Years ofexperience in all kinds of Paper Hanging Every job done at the time promised and in the way ordered All work guaranteed A full line of samples at prices to suit all Prices for work very reason able I will call at any Berea home with samples on re ceipt of a postal card Address LEWIS J FROST Berea Ky FARM FOR SALE A fine farm about two miles from Boron on the Wallaceton Pike contains 139 acres In two tracts ot 42 end 97 acres each with good houses and outbuildings orchards and good water the land mostly cleared for sale eith If not dis er together or separately posed of previously will be sold Nov 14 at public auction on the premises together with the farm implements and household and kitchen furniture J E Hulett Dorea Ky FOR SALE House and lot Cor ner Jackson and Elder Sta For par ticulars address me at Dlsputaata Kr Mason AngUn FARM FOR RENT Good farm at Brassfleld For sale or rent Possession given at once Apply to W ILogsdon Berea Ky or J P Logsdon Panola Ky The Blue LightIon the Mountain By PAUL CRANDALL Copyright by Shortatory Pub Co Mom the cast window of his honsc In tho fringe of tho city Ilawson Far ge had a tenmile view of tho moun tains BO entrancing that he turned to It the first thins each morning and tho lout thing at nightwhen the nights wore clear Somber one morn log gay tho next the old range took on a new look each day till Fargo thought tho variety inexhaustible but on the night of May 21 a climax was reached when he saw the blue light on Pulpit Knob It was a little after midnight when lie walked over to tho window to see If Ids old friends the mountains were all right before ho went to bed The moon In Its last quarter was just rISing over the Pulpit anti the sllhou Ue of a clump of graceful trees was uliarply outlined against Its disc As Fargo stood looking at the ranches traced on the moon wondering Idly whether tho trees wore mount lu ash or oak the lower part of the moon suddenly turned an Intense blue that Impossible blue that Is the rotor of all the lakes on all the drop curtains In the world It only lasted a few seconds but Fargo remained at aa window a quarter of an hour or so trying to reason the thing out until the moon rose clear of the mountain when suddenly tho clump of trees was Hooded with blue showing that the color must bo luminous in Itself Fargo hunted up his field glass opened the window and focussed upon the mystery and as he did so he saw it clump of trees gradually uprooted by some unseen force turned bottom up t words and topple down the side of the- mountain oneIPulpit Knob on his wheel Investigate the phenomenon and return home in side of two hours beforo anyone of the household could know of his ab nance and he felt that he would much rather do so than attempt to steep with the puzzle unsolved- It was nearly two oclock when ho reached the little old brick church ear tho foot of the Knob He stabled his bicycle between two headstones In the churchyard and climbing over the wall In the rear faced the moun tain which loomed up dark and forbidding while tho hazy blue light Keamcd against the sky and a soft uirango swishing noise came down to lila ears It there was a path up the mountain Iargo could not find it and the climb trough the scrub uriderbrush was a full half hour of great discomfort and exertion His breath was short enough aa hs neared the summit but when be was within 20 feet of the top and a blast of hot air charged with a sul itkurous odor swept down upon him lie was forced to sit on a fallen tree trunk and wheeze until he got the vII leuous fumes out of his lungs He was just beginning to recover his breath when the swishing noise in creased to a muffled shriek and he had only time to see a large tree poised above him for a moment its roots high in air and then go crashing past hint down the mountain before a Hliower of stinging sand blotted every thing from sight Magyary Magyary he heard a hoarse voice shout if you let that nozzle slip again all Stuyvcsnnt county will know by daylight whats going on up hero If you cant keep awake Ill come out there and do the trick myself Fargo could not catch what was Hhouted back In reply He Waited a few moments and then cnatlouslr crawled to the top and lay flat on the ground behind a thick growth of bushes About CO feet in front of him on the flat mountain top was a rough open slued in which a hammock was swung and in the hammock lay the largest man ho had ever soon In front of the shed between two long poles swung u sort of censer emitting a pungent odor Fargo afterward remembered wondering why such a contrivance Hhould bo needed to drive oft insects when a breeze always blow over the Knob Farther along to the right was a queer structure that looked like a Herpes of galvanized Iron funnels whoso flaring endse instead of being circular were rectangular and about trelphtcarPlacedmat ttio outside the small ends met at a center like the spokes of a wheeL At one end on a platform sat ft titAn who must hUD beep a twin to the big follow In the shed for the was his exact counterpart In his hands he held a lever b which ho controlled the nozzle of a1 pipe out of which was rushing with great force a stream of valid six Inches thick Fargo moved a few feet nearer to get a better view when he was sudden ty seized with an uncontrollable fit of tincezlng With the agility of a cat the man In the hammock was upon him seiz oJddrugglnlhimother man sat and tossing him iOn it- Thats what wo get for your cursed lawlessness Magyard roared Ills iaptor fibs probably the advance Heard of tho mob that will be here by daylightNonsense Igllck retorted the either in aa big a olce and returning the black look with compound Interest Gentlemen broke In Fargo you need not feel troubled on my account I had no motive incOming up hero except the gratification ot a little harmless curiosity aroused by tho sight of your blue light T am quite sure theres no one behind ho Magyary backed up tho protest Dont be such a tool Igllck lie said this mans evidently all right Tell him about it Whats the odds Tho whole world will know of It In a day or two anyway fgllck regarded the captive doubt fullyIf tho whole world is going to know in a day or two you might as well let me In on this thing Fargo hastened to put in I can keep a secret a couple of days If I try Oh it isnt that shouted Igllck Impatiently its the crowd the chat tering gaping crowd that I detest Run a double barbed wire fence around the Knob and youll bo let alone suggested Fargo fertile in ex pedients when his personal safety seemed threatened Igllck ruminated over the matter In a heavy way for a moment and seemed molllOed by the Idea Ill think of It ho said Meantime Ill show you something that is going to revolutionize the world Taking Fargo over to the east side of the Knob ho exhibited a chain of elevator buckets running down into a natural pocket ot sand The buckets emptied Into a large hopper built over the funnels from which tho sand blast was fed Iglack looked Inquiringly at Fargo who answered I see but whats the power that makes the thing go What was the power that moved all the ships on all tho seas a hundred years ago The wind replied Fargo Well the wind Is the motive power of this plant explained tho big man A good stiff breeze Is blowing over the Knob now It Is caught up in tho funnels and runs a motor built under them We are developing 800horeo power he said pointing to an indi cator nearly allot which Is used by the sand blast over there glancing at Magyary at tho nozzle A puff of sulphurous air came over from the blast and Igllck looked anx lously at another indicator Picking up a shovelful of a bluish substance ho threw It into the hopper and draw secondsFortyfive 46 47from tho ob long hole in the ground into which Magyary was aiming his sand blast came a deep rumbling and then a flood of blue light rushed out and lighted up the mountain Fortyseven seconds for that blue stuff to go down nearly four miles Into the earth and come up again said Ig lick In another hour wo will bo down deep enough to reach a practically In exhaustible store of beat that will take tho place of all the power and heating plants for a hundred miles aroundJust then Magyary called out to his brother and Fargo to come over to the platform Tho runway is choking up he said Well have to get it clear so the slag and sand can run down the mountain Here he said to Fargo you hold the lever a minute whllo I help Igllck shovel It tree Ho hustled Fargo into his teat and put the lever in his hands Tho two giant forms had not quite reached the edge of the runway when a frightful roaring came up tho sand bore and they started to run back to the platform shouting a warning to Fargo Not understanding the exact nature of the threatened danger but perceiving that it was Imminent Fargo became contused and pndeav ored to divert the resistless stream ot sand from the pit It was boring In doing so the nozzle slipped tom ron trol and th6 sand blast struck Igllck and Magyary and tore them to atoms The roaring grew louder and louder tons of rock and streaks of fire shot out of the mouth of the sand boro the iron funnels were hurled high in to the air the platform on which Fargo was perched was whirled from Its founds ion and ho fell stunned and sense less among Us debris When he managed to crawl out his clothes almost entirely stripped from his body It was broad daylight All the rubbish from the bowels of the earth together with the ruins of the gigantic strangers peculiar plant had laltnback into the cnprjnous hole they had bored choking its entrance completely Fargo never saw a blue light on tho mountain again nor did bo ever tell his family the details of that nights adventure As to Syllabub Old Magulro limes who had a Ian guage of the soil peculiarly his own was at a dining where tbo dessert con elated of syllabub When a saucorful was set before him be looked at It and shook Lila head Ph Mr limes do try some Im sure you will find It very nlco whispered the amiable hostess Ah It looks as pretty as a whlto satin balloon Mrs Norton re plied the old roan but I never could cat wind PROLIFIC ENGLISH SOW OFFSPRING 135 IN 4 YEARS In There Any Sow In America That Can Bent That Record Our Illustration shows an English tow with a wonderful history as a producer of bacon She was bornso her owner informs meabout March 1904 and since then her records read as follows March 1935 litter of 13 September 19C5 17 February 1906 16 August 1906 17i February 1907 20 August 1907 15 February 1908 22 August 19C3 15 total In four years 1- 35Teeth w of Horse at FourYears At four years old each Jaw shows four permanent teeth whose tables are worn to the same level The dividers are worn upon both of their bor den Looked at from the aide the corner teeth are quite small At four and a half years the nippers show wear on both edges The corner teeth and the hook or canine teeth are in evidence r STABLE AND CARRIAGE HOUSE Will Provide Room for Two Cows and Three Horses The accompanying diagram shows ground plan for stable and carriage house 40x25 feet The cows stall for two Is six feet wide and tho horse stalla arc each flvo feet wide which is the proper width This will glvo you a carriage house 20x24 feet and feed the stock from the front A passage leads from tho stable to carriage sIIe F10115EHORb 9 M01ib COJNORSE Plan house eo horse may be harnessed and hitched up and left Inside till ready to go The following is bill cf material Four side sills 8xS21 feet spliced cross sills 8x82o foot 39 floor joists 2xl014 feet 21 celling Joists 2x825 feet 2000 feet plank Inch measure for floor 1000 feet inch lumber for loft 6G 2xGIJ feet 10 plates 2xGH feet scantlings 2x412 feet for ablo 1900 feet rough Biding 42 rafters xGIG fet 13CO feet roof 25 M shingles 2S for partitions and stalls x410 feet COO feet Inch lin ing for stable 670 feet plank for stalls xtDS feet stall posts GaG 8 feet 2 pieces stall caps dSfeet 3 ridge hoards 1x7H feet 3 ridge boards txGH feet ICO feet cornice If foundation be built of con crete It should be at least 2 feet below surface and If set on level would ray dor04 1II L I CA RIi t tt K 1t r 1 S J HT j I 1 I I Oroun d I a a 4 studs 12 studs sheeting studs 4 quire a wall of 3 foot at least To build such a wall of concrete would re quire 9Y3 barrels cement 3 yards alone fillers and 11 yards gravel It is admitted that dipping posts In hot coal tar will add to their durability Money Well SpentA few extra dollars for a good purebred ram It manu well spent No flockmaster who tapes pride In his flock and values Its Improvement can afford to save money by the purchase of u cheap grade ram ONCE A CRIME TO GIVE ALMS Ancient Code of European Law Provided Severe Punishment Tho secretary of the London Men dicity society reports that street beg ging is on tho Increase Ho tine sta tistics to prove his words of course Hut surely every man who line a pen ny to spare must have tend or hoard hy this time that ho really does n fellow crrntur an Illservlco when he gives It to him for tho asking says the Pall Mall Gazette It Is Interesting to recall that a code of European law In force for centurion did actually make nluuiglv ing n crlmo always punished severely with death In certain cases Hut thla was 1000 years ago befoUl tho dawn of our happy civilization It must bo confessed however that hero was nn appearance of comnwn sense about the famous Grnjas code which ruMd Norway Iceland and touch of Kngrand doubtless in Its timeIt began hy laying down strict rules to make sell family support Its own indigent members or to show suffl cltnt causo for tho failure This U the essential principle of a sound system of poor relief which we have suffered to lapso under tho direction of prog ress Having thus provided for the respectable class of paupers ns it may bo put briefly the legislator could deal firmly with roving mendicants and their abettors And he mild It is worth whllo lo observe how ever that tho family pauper had a guardian or trustee appointed by tho district council who was responsible for his decent subsistence if this man did not fulfill his duty or tried to escape it ho Incurred the terrible pen alty called exclusion confinement in his house for three years anyone who found him outside was free to kill himThey stood no nonsense in those days An ablo bodied person who begged was outlawed equivalent to a scntenco of death Anyone proved to have been wandering for 1C days with out visible means of subsistence was held to be a beggar within tho meaning of the act and treated accordingly Jut the clause which most later ested us was that which decreed that any man whatever his station who gave money or moneys worth to a vagrant at the district assembly or on his way thither should be punished with exclusion The crime of alsnufilv Ing was well understood In those days Ierhapa I should add tbat the Grojas code was officially promulgated In 1116 Hut It had ben In force as the premablo declares for conlurle The Ideal Diet Too much food is as bad aa too lit tie and occasions a waste of energy and strength In the body as well as a waste of nutritive material says a writer in What to Hal While In the case of same foods as purchased notably meat tome waste la unavoid able the pecuniary los can be dimin ished both by buying those kinds In which there Is the least waste and by utilizing more carefully than la or dinarily done portions of what ls usually classed as refuse Much of the waste may bo avoided by careful plan fling so as to provide a comfortable and appetizing meal In sufficient amount but without excess It strict economy U necessary the dearer cuts of moats and the more expensive fruits and vegetables should be avoid ed With reasonable CUt In cooking and serving a pleasing arid varied diet can bo furnished at moderate cost It should not bo forgotten that dearness of a food material depends not only on Its market price but also on the cost of its digestible nutrients It should always be remembered that the Ideal diet Is that combination of foods which whlltf imposing tho least burden on the body supplies It with exactly sufficient material to meet IU wants Animals at New York Zoo In tho total number of mnmtnal birds reptiles nnd amphibians 4034 on exhibition tho row York Zoolog ical park stands today ht the head of all tho zoological parka and gardens of tho world Ilerlln comes next with A total of 3149 The area of tho New York Zoological park In land and water embraces 264 acres Of walks and roads there are about eight miles and of fences 10li miles The main tenance forco of tho park constantly on duty embraces 141 poison The number of vision in 1907 was 1273 Gnearly onethird of the entire population of tho metropolis of tho American continent Ot this number It la estimated that a quarter of a million visitors were front outside of Now York city Origin of the Black Hand There was ft historical foundation for the name black hand according to Everybodys Daok In Inquisition days In Spain there was iji Jlano Nora a secret society which fought the government and tho church It passed and the secret societies of southern Italy were Its heirs Twenty years or more ago a false report was raised In Spain that La Mann Nera bad been revived The story lingered In the brain of a Herald reporter and ono fine day ho attempted to rejuvo nato waning Interest In a puzzling Italian murder case by speculating alto tho coming to Ufo of tho black hand among Latin Immlgrauta la America The other newspapers seized on the Idea eagerly and kept it going A Pullman Peril Oruhber attracts a great seat of attention when he travels How hI that Too Ho snore t ALCOHOLCONDEMNE Scientific Opinion Against the Use or Alcohol In Any Form j IIOF KIUKPKMM of HoldolberB agrees with Dr Oiilcr In the view 1 that alcohol Is lalways detri mental to time system and that Ha use can only be jtintlflod whwi It plays the role of a narcoticDr of Pnrla recently made tho asser tlon that 33 per rant of time population of and feinnlo wan Inrlsmn1oIto an excessive nee of Kraopolln Dr Ferret of alcohol except an a strongly rcprovoe the custom of many physicians of trcomiucndlnK patients to take an occasional nip as likely to he beneficial This ho says Is practically sanctioning the abuse of alco hol and to the toper who recvlvos tlin advlco that n Iltllo It good for him It Is much the same aa the assertion by a minister to a sinner that hell had been proven an lmposlblllty- Femct argues out hit theory against alcohol in an Interesting manner Hero Is what ho says In effect Life whether natural or human If tho re suit of vibratory energy always In ac lion liens cold anger love hatred and any other innnlal physical or moral phenomena aro tho result of vibratory energy According as nn Individual U mentally morally or physically strong so Is ho capable of exerting a more or less force If ho does not J history force ho can vibratoryIta various ways He must how the price of tlmulatlni his vibratory li or drugsfMAch potion he Indulge In creates a false vibratory action which Is ox 11 landed to the detriment of tho norm of his vibratory power At each rose than the norm Is sensibly lessened nail can only be stimulated by recurrent to tho drug or drink originally uaudIAt a certain stage of tho use or abuse of alcohol tho vibratory eya tern U to entirely upset as either torbring on Insanity or to cause the tim to become confirmedly alcoholic action or life being almost ImlOlRlblA 1 without tbo spirit Tho power says Fernet Is our boot asset constitutes the first power that 1tIpossesses rind accordingly aa ho abuses Is or de GenerateIThe stronger the Individual the greater Is his power of exerting vibratory action nail this In what makes nitn successful or uasucc tul what makes the stronger spirit suppress or I control tbo weaker there being less energy In tho latter when opposed to tho former Alcohol creating as It does oven when taken In Infinitesimal nips a vibratory energy In excess of tho norm js always detrimental to the body and tho mind and can only bo justified when It U employed as n sleeping draught A TEMPERANCE CAREER t Bishop of London Tells How He Came to Join the Crusade At a breakfast given hy the Church ot England Temperance society to bishops attending tho recent lan An glican congress the bishop of Lon don stated that ho became a temper anco worker 25 yearn ago through having a brick thrown at hit head Inn temperance meeting Ho thought a causo that was persecuted was the cause for him and that where there was BO much opposition tho cause must bo a good ono Tbo bishop of London has lived to sae A sweeping change como over Ullt country in regard to the general at titude tcrard tho temperance cause and has himself conducted a vigorous campaign against tho drink evil in connection with his ecclesiastical work among the poor of London Tho force of his example as well RS the result of his work In thla direction has In no small measure aided in strengthen ing the general movement In England toward temperance reform Vienna Interested In Temperance Vienna and Budapest aroma 1tellt Ing a constantly Increasing Interest in the temperance movement At a re cent series of conferences conducted by tho International League of Good Templars Dr Forel editor of LAb qtlnenco addressing audiences of 3000 and more persons said that despite the hostility of officials of these tithes all classes wore becoming enthusias tic In Hungary he bad found oven the government favorable Belgium Needs Reforming Under the last revision of the list of retailors of alcoholic drinks In Mel p glum tho number appears as 210310 or our to every 31 Inhabitants This frightful number does not Include therP placed that sell liquors as a side such as grocers confectioner etc W C T U Among Japanese W C T Ua are now being or ganized among the Japanese people alone tbA Pacific coast I The Trade Rat Mine u By Eustace V Bray IClHllrht by SborUtory Pub Co If ihu tourist or tho tramp straying from tho direct route between Marys vlllo and Orovlllo chances to wonder for awhile along n welldefined trnll on the banks of H brawling branch of the Feather rhor ho U pretty sure to romo upon n woatherbeaton basin singularaseen through Its only window Some times the curious traveler also gets a glimpse of the occupant of this lone- lyI abode a gaunt bent old mina with hair and beard and shaggy brows of I llvury whiteness Hut there Is n kindly gleam In tho honest blue ryes bonratli those shaggy bruUv Uudlinniftt oven yot by till long years that have frosted tho thin hair nnd patriarchal beard and ut traded by the strange personality of tho rocliifw and the romance of his surroundings visitors have from time to time won his confidence snfllclently to draw from him the particulars that here become sublimated Into the crys tat of this strange story Horace Itobb though accustomed from boyhood to live and look out far blnisolf was by no means always a hermit Bumming hU kind Ho came to California In tho early fifties not n plonoor but a follower In tho track of tho earliest searchers for gold Youth tmtliiiilnnin restless energy and a determination to win a fortune for her whom he had loft behind wore his Incentives to untiring effort but they did not bring VIICCOM Tho great er the endeavor It seemed to him the smaller the result Now and again ho found a color or two just enough to keep him on the moo Finally tired tor the time of roam IllacorItslrsllhtoncdlor ofittHtttled down to days of weary tramp lug with pick and pan and sights of deny and dreamless sleep For the second day of his sojourn llobb had found sticks pobblea and other trash among his beuns and At Irltaitoil tilt adulteration to n dUbon t8t trader but as thin weeks wont by l the stock of beans dlmlnlHhed with otarmlnff rapidity while tho refuse InI yerdassd In proportion Next tho po Pt tato tick stiinird filling up with rub bish nfcjo sad Urn itotatoo went fast w than be ate them One day returning suddenly to the cabin for a forgotten implement ho I surprised a great rat In tho act of drag Slug a candlo Inlo a hole which Itobb had guppoved to bo securely stopped and tho cause of the disappearance of hU supplies bucaine apparent Rut the I steady increase of sticks and stones was still a puttie to him until he re trailed some of the queer tales told to him by miners of the trade rats that ore auld lo be born with a sense of Jiutlco and cannot help trying to do the square thing Without stopping In theorize hn limeIIclIlnext days work lie placed a tempting piece of bacon rind on the stump that served him as a sideboard leav lug the rathole still unstopped When ho came home at night the bacon was xonn and In Its place was a stone Day ape day ho repeated the tix pertinent until It became a habit with him lo put n remnant of griddlecake or a bit of bacon or potato skin upon this Mump and Invariably ho found nt night a chip or twlgor pebble in place of the vanished scrap of toodI It wax a sort of barter In which tho balance always thawed on tho wrong side Of Ito ledger but by keeping his provisions In u entile tinlined locker of his own construction nnd allowing the ratholt to remain open ho twit only preserved his own rations from molestation but ln plrtd the trade rat with such a sense of dependence and Immunity that the big rodent nude a practice of coming out of his hole In the quiet hours of candlelight tor a Bupulemonlary evening luncheon Sitting up on his haunches ho would wink hit bright black eyes aril wiggle hut whiskers till the patient miner brought him a bit of fixid Timings went on this way for months and Iho trade rat now almost tame was nobb8 only companion mind dis traction In many a lonely hour All this lino he wan getting no gold to spook of hIll Kiijijillea wore nearly gont and the pniBpecta were decided ly discouraging Gnu morning a clear crisp Call fornla morning Horace Itobb put In tin customary place on tho stump a small fniKnieut from his fast crnpty lag larder and started out In search of hU fortune just once more Ha went to- a different place but there was no different result and lie returned to his cabin at the dnyti end as near to teanas a man of his make over comes Iorfunctorlly he prepared and btu his meal which ho meant tube tho last In that place except a breakfast In the morning Then er listlessly Im lighted a candle Its rays tell upon the stump where he had laid his last donation lo the trade rat and sparkled upon ft bright yellow nugget cbaut the site aa Mum beta His breath left him and then came back In ganpii There before his eyes was gold thu object of every hours toll and hope gold brought to him without a stroke of labor Hu sat back on tits stool lighted his pipe at thu candle and nmoked and thought There was nobody camped wljhln miles and miles of him no trace of a wayfarer upon the ground within the cabin or without There could be no doubt that the nugget had been placed there by the trade rat mid ho watched for its pats usual evening appearance almost as eagerly as If assured that tho animal would reply to his anxious questions But Ibo creature did not come and ho stretched himself In his bunk Early In the morning be was up In vaytlgatlng the rat lmole which ex tended deep Into tho ground beyond the cabin wall There was a little froth gravel around the mouth of the hole that convinced Robh of limo source from which the gold had come and he went outside and with nervous speed dug straight down Into the bur row which he widened and deepened as bo worked Aleut three feet from the fciirfaco ho came upon as promis ing a bed of gravel as a placer minor ever saw Fortune had surrendered to him at last As ho dug Into tho deep deposit which ho knew meant wealth his hands trembled and he worked In a frenzy of exultant hops Suddenly there was an upheaval among the rat tling gravel a lash of something brown the gleans of a bright black eye and the whisk ofu tall Itobb was Just thou thrusting down his shovel with frantic strength and tin able to check It the sharp blade struck limo trade rat on tho head stretching It at his feet Horace llobb paused even In that supremo moment of goldhunger to raise tonderly thu little creature that There Before His Eyes Was Gold had piloted him to wealth He car rlwl It to thin creek and vainly endeavored to restore the life that had gone Whttn Ids days work was sus pended he took time from his hours of dumber to carefully remove tho skin from his departed comrude In fled days he had panned out 21 pound of coarse nuggets carrying the gravel down lo the creek and washing It there and tho end of the treaituru was not In sight Still it was only a pocket of course and the end came In time but not until it had yielded enough to support a manor moderate desires nil thu days of his lifeSome nom would have lingered at the scene of such a success search log for another golden pocket but only half or Horace Hobbs ambition was achievedthe gold was but the moons to an end And so us fast as his sturdy limbs could carry him he hHHtentil to the outer world Vhfh he reached Sacramento he found a delayed letter from her Anx loukly ho skimmed the passages In which shd dwelt upon her long period of patient waiting and ho turned whlto when ha reached the announce ment of her marriage with another And this Is why the discoverer of the Trade Rat Mine returned to that lonely cabin on a wild affluent of the Feather river and why the great trade rat under Its dome of glass U now In till old mums frozen winter ns It was In hlH lusty xprlnftllmc liU sole companion there First Farmers A farmer In Ohio wrote to the de partment of agriculture that he had struggled fur 20 yen re on an SOacre farm heavily mortgaged but had been unable to reduce his debt or rise above poverty that made tho bringing up ot his family a humiliation Ho asked It there was any hope for him upon tp farm or If he might as well glv up the fight The department request 011bllIt bused a plan or farming which be was recommended to follow to the letter There was a profit the first ycai of 2000 and the department believes that ultimately tho despised 80 acre can be made to yield 5000 a year World Today HOME BETTER THAN CAREER So Declares Woman Who Has MId Big Success In Buslneis Tho distinction of being the highest salaried woman In New York in tho opinion of Miss Anna Louise Amendt who draws something near 20UOU a year docs not compensate for tho sacrifice of domestic ties which such a success exacts This Is what Miss Amcndt who lathe most valuable employe of the big gest real estate concern In New York told a writer who visited her beautl fully appointed office I suppose many women envy me but to my mind to be a good mother and wlfo Is the grandest of all succes semihome is the natural sphere for every woman and no matter in what direction her lines may be cast she cannot entirely shake off that desire to reign as Its queen some tlmo It In Jut this ono ruling element In her life that prevents her from at taining equul success with men The average girl lives In hope that someday a husband will comb along and shoulder her burden It is only when she rids herself of this thought that definite success In business cornea for concentration Is ono ot time keynotes to success Another thing Women are doubt ful of their ability to accomplish vast results and It Is Impossible to do a thing os long as a doubt rests In your mind When I started out to earn my liv ing I began us a stenographer with n salary of 16 a week It was not such a great whllo until my check was In creased to 50 That did not look so big to mo but It would have satisfied the average woman My checks continued to Increase until they ran Into the thousands Of course my usefulness had Increased for I was not satisfied with being n stenographer I had learned phase ot the business and could everyI big deal througn with as much as could any man in tho office I prepared all of the literature In fact there Is no part of the business with which I am not familiar But with all my success I would not advise tbe young girl to seek a career For In my belief the girl who gets married Is on the right road to happiness Success in all lines Is hard Went Willingly to Crocodile It has been said that the Australian blacks never commit suicide that elfdestruction does not come within their philosophy The author of Con fesslons ot a Beachcomber mentions u case ot recent date which hn thinks might he regarded as in conflict with that view A member of the Clump Point tribe painfully afflicted with a vexatious skin disease was fishing at the mouth of a creek when his hook fouled To a companion he said he would dive to get It clear His friend endeavored to dissuade him remind ing him ot the crocodile which they had seen but a short time before But the boy worn with pain and weary with neverending Irritation said If he was taken No matter Good Job mo finished then He dived and there was a commotion In the water The boy appeared on the surface making frantic appeals for help while the crocodile worried him Ho escaped for a moment and his friend clutched his hand and drew him to the bank only to have him torn from his grasp Forehanded Little KatherIne had been boarding on A tarns this summer and many of the rural expressions are wholly un familiar to her One day she chanced to hear her country hostess praising the good qualities of a certain thrifty neighbor Hn really aint got much compared to some folks said the farmers wife but ho makes out wonderfully well hes so forehanded That evening the man thus lauded happened to drop In and Katherine Immediately sidled up to him with curious eyes Slowly she revolved about the chair In which he sat and so persistently did she gaze nt him that tho farmers wife finally noticed It Well Katherine she said you seem to find a good deal to look at In Mr B dont youT Why replied the child her little forehead wrinkling In perplexity I did want to see his two tivver hands but I cant Is ho slttln on etui Now York Times Iceberg Gardens Wo passed man Icebergs coming home from Europe said a tourist and on one of them a garden bloomedIt a beautiful sight The great berg shout like an enormous emerald In tho sun untl In one level recess fenced In by palo green peaks a yel low harlot gleamed The captain said that iceberg gardens are not un common Moss It seems Is brought on to the bergs by animals feet The moss grows It decays it forms a soil for the pollen of buttercups and dan delions that Is blown through tho sit during the brief arctic summer Soon the Incredible spectacle presents It suit Of a great cold berg adrift In the salt sea with yellow flowers rpringlng from the hard cold ice It Looked Unetcapable The harbor paused in jils fretwork Operations Will you have a close shave slrJ he asked It looks Use Its returned Clio Tic tim moodily At present the adds against my getting out of this chair alive noetij very heavy lndeodLen GOD Globe ABSALOMREBELSAGAINST fmdtj Sdkool Ltuon for Nuv1 1988 SptcJtflj Amuift4 for ThIs Piper LEssON TEXTZ Samuel ISsllt JKmory verse W GOLDEN TKXTHonor thy father and thy mother that thy day may be lonE upon the land which tho Lord thy Ood Rlvelh theeKxodUB 3J1- T1HK Tho exact time It uncertain The following date are aa exact aII can well Joe obtained David begins to reign at ace of 30 B Co 1CS3101I David aln and repentance U C l H99t Amaonn crime one year later 11 C JfHlWl Ab aolom kills hli brother two years later B C 1039985 Abialomn exile three years B C 103C9S5 Abulom two year in Jerusalem U C 03ftKJ Abealoma plotting three or four years lJ C 179 Death of David B C KKJV- 7JPUACKO Jerusalem the capital and home of David 2 Hebron the oldest town of Palestine SO miles south of Jerusalem where Absalom began his open rebellion 1AVID About C or CS years old In the lilrtydrcond year of iln reign SOLOJ10NTrobobly eight or nine year old- DAv1Dfl COUNBBLOIIS m The propliet Nathan who was also une of David biographers 1 Chron 33 2 Ahlthophcl the grandfather of IJatti shba and a man of marvelous nnK clly whoet advice was like the oracles of wiseirtfndThoughtThowas the son of Maacah a princess the daughter of Talmal king of flcshur a region northeast of the Sea of Gall leo In time foothills of the Lebanon mountains He was born noon after David became king of Israel and hence was between 25 and 30 years old at the time of his rebellion HIs Inheritance IJelng the descend ant of kings in both lines of descent of distinguished appearance and princely manners Absalom Inherited all time handsomeness manly bear Sag and beauty of his fathers handsome and manly house The sacred writer expatiate with evident relish upon Absaloms extraordinary beauty In all Israel there was none to be so much praised as Absalom for hli beauty From tho solo of his foot even to the crown of his head there was no blemish in him And the hair of his head Is a proverb to this day Alexander Whyic But this was not all he Inherited From his mother ho Inherited all that a corrupt court and heathen tenden cies and environment had Impressed upon her nature From his father he Inherited a great mind a strong will a largo nature strong passions but also a power of selfcontrol an enlight ened conscience a religious nature and all that the training of the Beth lehem home could Impress upon his characterConditions Favorable to n Change of Government 1 It was a time of general peace throughout the wide em pire For all restless warlike spirits an opportunity was given for Internal dissension faultfinding and opposi tion 2 There was a growing dissatis faction with tho king Tho business of tho law courts over which the king himself presided had become too vast to be attended to by one moan Ap peals from Inferior Judges and cases brought directly before time king could noUnll receive a fair hearing 3 David was very busy preparing materials and gathering money for a future temple Nothing was visibly accomplished yet the taxes were high 4 David would naturally at his age bo less active less In the peoples eye doing less for tho outward glory of the kingdom C It Is possible that the events de scribed in tho last chapter of 2 Sam uel took place before this time The enrollment would be unpopular The plague that followed would intensify the discontent C In this case David was near the end of life and Absalom would try klngjdODlhimself should be time successor V 1 Prepared him chariots and horses and 60 men to run before him Tho orientals nro very fond of such display Dr Trumbull says when his little party started from Cairo for the pyramids a handsome young Sills bedecked with scarlet and blue and green and gold ran before them at the top of his speed calling out for a clear oath among the camels and donkeys and foot passengers Oriental Social Life p 215 V 2 Absalom rose up early to be on hand when the people come to pre tent licit cases to the king Business In tho east is held early In order to escape tho heat of the day They retired early for modern lights were not in their houses for evening work Kings therefore held courts In the early morning Beside the way of the gate There was usually an open market place near the gates for bus ness and public meetings We should Inquire of our own hearts whether wo are grateful to God for all his benefits to us and whether wo are showing our gratitude by our lives The story or King Lear Is a oWn mentor on Ingratitude V 7 And It came to pass after 40 years Some think this number Is counted from the beginning of Davids reign but most regard It as a tran scribers error for four a mistake easily mado when numbers were des ignate by letters often very similar Tho It V margin says Some ancient authorities read four years So does Joscphus Let me go and pay iny TOW In Hebron A place conveniently distant for hIs purpose and at the Beginning of Davids reign tho capital of Judea Vr worse than Ingratitude of man Ja Ingratitude of children tv parents 1855 Berea College 1908 OR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all- Over 60 iaitrwton 1175 students hem 27 state Largest college library In Kentaciy NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subjectI So many classes that each student can be placed withother like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free teat booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young man may secire 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 GOT man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teacning Flrtt year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following yearn winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sari for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as au extra in connection with any course sins extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money rec- eIved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student About fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students come tnva tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any vjho maybe sick the Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in winter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by wrUng to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from CO 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 the heel but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm vrraiui and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessarY The Co opera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash log of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring CO 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 to returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all oflr Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 000 In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee find room rent by the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 225Gln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 InclUding 100 deposit middle of term 05- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 9940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who mutt leave for teachers exami nations 1645 FALL 1908U weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 200 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 of a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unex Aired fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidental fee a certificate aUowingthee student to apply tbe amount advanced for term bills returns provided It is within four terms but making no allowance for our fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY Wfcen you have made your journey and are well started In school it pays to stay as long as possible The first day of Winter term U January C 19C9 The first day of Fall term Is September 1C 1908 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL G GAMBLEz mw BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium KnifeIT f luke tho eyes si tilt men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they tea it anti to get a 75 cent knife with two Made of razor Reel ami a dollar paper that is worth snore to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you night to have ii esio s 8VYle4 eue J East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else i r 6ciI li not for pabliaittoi but ti u orUtaet of fond faith Writ pUtaly C soeoccoooooeo JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announco J W Mulllns of Egypt Ky aca dldate for County Judge of Jackson County subject to the action of tho Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce- S S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub- Ject to the action of the Republic party Greenhall Ky To the Editor of tho Citizen Tho elections aro drawing near and many ore wanting offices but now the question is who are wo going to electThis Is something that we should give thought to think back over the past and only a few years back Wha was the condition of our county hero1 When we wore carrying revolver retting drunk running horses nnd shooting on the public highway and doing all other kinds of meanness ns fearless as If there was no law again iuch Now we all well remember thco things and know just how 1t was But now It Is different many I J our boys who were carrying revol vets eight years ago are carrylni testamonts today Many of our young men who wero not satisfied eight years ago unless they had a forty flvo caliber revolver and a bottle of whiskey and on their way to torn dance cr other place of uugodllnec ire now la school every day burning the midnight oil at night and attend ing church and Sunday School ever Sunday Now friends what has broug Lout this great change Wo mtui admit that it has been Bono by men who wo elected to office who were just honest and brow minded man that could see the shap our county was In and what It was coming to it something was not done Men who had the nerve and courag 10 stand np for what was right ani nut down what was wrong Now let us think about this sincerely and find out all we can about thes non who are asking for office and gc to the polls and vote for tho met who will continuo to enforce the laws and give a square deal to even one A square deal Is what wo want and we want the law violators pro secuted but not persecuted we have had too much persecution in Kentuc ky and wo want sober men to hold our offices we have no use for men that can give a few drinks of whlskej nd get them to help us out of some low down trial that we should be fined for Wo havo had too much of this now J D Pierson OKKIMIAII- Greenhall Oct 12The Cincinnati opperage Company have opened np their stave works again and are of Ierlng the same prjcos for labor they paid before thu panic There teems no doubt as to IL C Faulkners re flection as he is gaining votes every dayE J Minter has joined the urmy and Is now drilling In Ohio t L Piersoa has sold out his livery table at Borea and waa visiting home folks In Orrsley last week He will gc to South Dakota soon where bo xpects to take up farm landClif ton and Walter Wilson are planning to go to Bcrea college this winter Major PlorEon and wife have gone to lUchmoncl to make their home with Mrs Backoy Evans Several of our farmers aro sowing crops of wheat mils fall Egga are north more than ver before at this season of tho ear the Jackson Co Bargain store Is paying 20c per dozen Candidates are so thick the dogs wont bark at them Miss Sarah J Brewer who has been house keeping for Mrs Phoebo Pier son was visiting her father and irother last week Miss Mattie and Mary Peters of Island City and Miss tlebccca Hurst of Hamilton Ohio wer visiting Mrs Phoebe Plereon Jast weekSome corn Is being gathered and Is awful light Tho frost has Injur- d late croPsThe newly married couple ltJand Mro Henry Gibson will make their home on tho farm of Bud Wilson We wish them all the happiness they deserve Tho Hon Robert Boyd of London candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for tho 27th Judlcal district of Kentucky spoke at the Jackson Co Bargain Store Fri day Oct 9th on tho political Issues of tho day and in behalf of his can didacy Some of our old citizens who wore present claim be made the best speech they ever heard Ilobt Fang is visiting hlo father and mother now hut will return to Leslie County soon Wo are planning to havo a Bubscrlp losoeoeoeoeoeosoeoeoeoeoeoe J tion school taught at Hickory Flat after free school closes by Prof Mooro Tho long continued dry spell Was broken Friday by a slow and stendy rain which began falling about saven oclock a m and continued all day and part of tho night uneuLE tOll1t Mtddlefork Oct 1Mr Wesley Angel and daughter of this place attended tho funeral of Elihu PhIJJlps at Indian Creek Sunday Mr Robert Boyd of London spoko In the Interest of his race for Commonwealth Attorney at Mlddlefork school houso Wednesday Oct 14 Messrs Benjan In and Ovle Tusey of this place Ilt tended church at 1arrot Sunday last L Schlepcl and Joe Gulchlcgiana of Richmond are out on their semiannual fishing trip to Mlddlefork rlvei They are tho guests of Mrs Lethai TusseyMr and Mrs John Morris ati this place visited relatives at Weld burg Saturday and SundayMr Joo Tussey ono of Jacksons well know fox hunters and best Democrat say that the Republicans have brought such hard times that ho has concluoe to lay aside business and fox hunt until Mr Bryan Is elected President so business would get on a boom but tho writer says Hunt on Mr Tus sey wo fear that you will get mud worried before Mr Bryan wears n Presidential smile Mr Wesley Angel has just completed a new kitchen am dining room He says he is using every effort to get all Improvement completed before the coming election as he wants nothing to do then but rejoice when Wm Howard Taft Is elected President School children busy days at home picking beans making sorghum saving fodder are over and our school has again its good attendance Ovio Tussey who has been absent a few days Iron school on account of Illness is able t to attend again There will be 0 march and basket dinner at our school house Saturday Oct 31st I juiDitnn Mildred Oct HMr J B Pry I Ins sold his farm In Jackson Count and moved to Owsley County when lie recently purchased a farm We ar sorry to give up such good neighbors l3as H Moores show at Letter sohcol house tonight and at- Volohburg tomorrow night Colonel Stewart is all smiles over the arrival d a flue boyRobert Welch Jr it- Manning to move to tho Samuel Welch property soon Airs Robert Browning and daughter visited Mrs Ames Morris Monday Potato die ling is the goThe U S mall boy got very badly hurt the other day by ils horse falling with him James II tloare is planning to put up his saw sill at onceW M Welch and Oreei ilorrte were oppossuui hunting Tuee da night and caught two large ones J S Moore and J J Dunlgan made a business call to Olla Sunday evening People are beginning to lay la their wood and coal for the winter Our school Is progressing nicely with W IC Jones as teacher Everything is looking prosperous for the Republican arty this fall if they will all stick I to their post and go to too election I IOUn Oct 13Fodder OIIN saving and sorghum making are nearly overA umber of people from this part at I tended the funeral of E W Johnson at Annvllle last Sunday Mrs DelleII lorrls is on the sick list the wife of Co N Stewart a boy I hl81JUotberMr and Mrs G W Moore of Tyner iYlllled their daughter Mrs Belle Mor I rls of this place last Thursday night G Browning who has been confln ed with a cut foot Is outHarvey Johnson passed thru Mire last week on his way to Corbin to visit rela tlvOfJ3amos F Hayes wont to East ernstadt last Saturday on business Rosn Stldham left Saturday utler County Ohio to visit her fllsj- ter Mrs GarnerWo had a very Icasant meeting at Blooming Grove last Saturday and Sunday week Llzzlo Cunigan and Florence McDowell visited Miss Etta Wedlock Saturday nliht Ilumln KNOII 19It is atilt dry In this part and stock Is suffering for wnter5evcral from this place at tended the Ascoclallon at Clover Dot tom last weekEverybody Is Invited to attend Temperance Day at this placo next Sunday Basket dinner Misses Dclpha Vola China and other Abrams of Big Hill visited lhelr uncle James Click and family Saturday night and Sunday Elmer CJlck and B Williams visited friends lilt Dreyfus Saturday night Mr and Mrs James Williams visited lIenry Click and family Sunday Aunt Martha Click Is going to spend a few weeks with her son Isaac DeanM1 s Frances Johnson of Indianapolis who spent two months with her brother O W Johnson returned to her homo last weekTho superintendent and a friend of Bcrca gave an luterestlng talk at tho school house last Monday night Mrs Clark Powell Is qulto low with consumption Mr and MrI Georgo Powell visited at Mr Lcd Powells Sunday night Mr John Smith and family visited their daughter Lucy Dean of Clover Bottom Sunday UOUIILBIICK- Doublcllck Oct 17Mra John Phillips of Goochland visited John Witt and wife Wednesday Mr Barry lJar tin of Illinois has Como back to 1en tucky to liveMr John Witt Is build- Ing a now house Mr Dugin Cruso passed thru hero on Iris way homo from Bethel where ho has been giving organ lessonsMrs S Dnles Is visiting on Clover DottomIlob Witt is working for James Wllllan this weekThere has been no mln In this neighborhood since the first of August Teachers Association wUJ bo hold next Saturday at Pine Grove McKKK McKee Oct 19D G Collier nnd Dr W T Amyx attended the Grand Lodge I O 0 F which convened at Bowling Green the 13thpror CaUec of Borea accompanied the County Superintendent on a four days trip visiting ochoclc lost weekQulto a- number tram here visited the Teachers Association at Annvllle Candldati for Commonwealths Attorney are becoming so numerous that ono can scarcely remember all of themThe Circuit Judges race Is about all the talk hero now A week or so ago Lowls was considered far in tho lead but thero has been a change or elso Faulkner men have begun to express themselves The Indications now show 11 neck and neck race with Faulk her gaining ground and Lewis losing AMJIVILIK- Annvlllo Oct 19Miss Lizzie JOhn ion Is visiting relatives In Corbli this weekMr Leonard Medlock was nt homo Saturday and Sunday rom Tango whero ho Is teaching a cry luccesaful school Ho was accompanli by two friends Mr Carpenter and 11r lulllns The Teachers Association old tore last Saturday was a succoa In every way The teachers all re ponded and made good talks Thi teachers Mr and Mrs Leo Webb de rve much credit for the good thoy awe done this oommunltyUss P88rl Goodman of Welcbburg and lI11 ellla Bowling of MoWnorter wore uests of Mire Pearl Medlock Saturday nlghtMr William Isaacs Is In Loul Illo to attend the grand lodge llm l Emma Jones of Mildred passed thn here Saturday on her way home She had been visiting relatives in Laura ountyMr Sam Davidson Is visit Ing his mother this week In Broatk Itt County Mr usury Ingram of leraa Is visiting home folks thlf wcekThere will bo a memorial leetlnc it too Moorse Creek gray yard October 2Sth Bvsrybody Invlt dto como ISttV Teases Oet 17Partners are harlot feather for towing wheat and earl athorlng Several of the boys ant Iris of this oonununltr visited t the wolicrs Association at Anavllle to- by They report n vary plOOJ nt- tlruei1l1S Laura Isaacs of Carlco ylvwtvs present at the Assoaiatlon Ilnd gave us a very beautiful reclt IonBorn to Ute wife of Mr H C Davis Oct 14 a fins boy weighing ten poundsMt Dan Morris has rc turned from TenneeeoeMrs plats onham Is on the sick list boort dropsy Mr r J wefuof nnvills visited Sunday scltocl1166at Igeon Roost Sunday Mr J rIsnncs returned today from a huestrip to Frankfort Robert Taylor had 11 singing Friday night at tfMoli svoral were present OWSLEY COUNTY- Dr int Blako Oct 17Tho drouth Btlll ntlnuoe and stock Is beginning to sutrer for wnterA B Bryant hue urchascd a fine saddle horse David owman has opened up tho corn mart at 760 per busbolDavid Hlll our wagoner la busy hauling saw logs Ilnd railroad tlosfFhero In a great doal of sickness in this vicinity Joo Carl was the guest of W B Roberts last Sunday B W Hubbard of LcD- don was hero on business tho 14th W J Blake and wife mndo a bust Dead trip to Boonovlllo last Saturday Luther Robarts ie seriously 11- 1with throat troubleAndy Thomas WIlS at this place a fow days ago on- bualnelsW J Short and son are- In tho well drilling business at pre- sontAbe Carmack and son Isaac hnvojust returned from London where they havo been visiting relatives Walter Bryant was tho guest of G C Roberts Sunday TUAVIIMUS IUCST Travelers Rest Oct If1P Degloy has sold his farm to Jesso Wilson and will probably go west this fall William Recce a member of lmvelors Rest Lodgo No 116 I 0 O F died Oct 14th Ills remains wore quleUy laid to rest In tho cemetery at his homo near Evelyn by tho Fraternal bodyJobn Cecil Is having a now weU drilled this week by tho Moore Dros Supl Q W Garrott was tho guest of S P Caudolla school Thursday Oct 15 and delivered an Interesting address on tho subject of education M Bother will soon have his now dwelling ready for occupancytar Dottier Is building a new dwomng near our town ISLAND CITY I Island City Oct 16I1ush Cmnlt who has boon holding a three weeks protracted meeting at Oak Grove closed Sunday night and left for London 0 W Harvey and Isaac Carina who wore arrested for dlsturbh church service at Walnut Grove wero dismissed by tho court causing a grent excitement S G Field was on Island Creek yesterday Hon Sawyers A Smith spoke to a large crowd at Oak Grovo Oct 16th in the interest of tho Republican pnrtyB L Brew went to Manchester ono day this weekD B Peters visited Island City frlondo FrIdayMary Peters of South Boonovlllo Is visiting her father and mother thl week at Island City Veetcn tho little son of J Co cGt try la quite slckRov Johnson wl fill his regular appointment at Oak Grove Saturday and Sundnyc C Eaten of Jackson County was on Island Creek ono day this week iESTILL COUNTY LOCGKT URAMCH Locust Branch Oct 19The Roi Sympson McGuIro preached an interesting sermon hero last night on the Four Baptlsma Sunday school At this place Is still progressing nlcelj Thero will to a boxsupper at this place Saturday night Everybody In- I vlted Mlso Ely will glvo an enter i talnmont at the tchool houso cn Thanksgiving Dr Land and wife attended church at Panola SundllyA number from this place attended tho grand lodge at Louisville tho first or tho weekII G Blcknell was In Madison County Monday on buslnew SoIt Baker of Big 11111 was at this placo Monday Mr J M Coylo of this placo wants a box of steer shoos lie says Bo lands see mOo I am not lolnc to Nil my oattle for to prta I will have to takeJ11w Dora Hly ind Miss Ustber Spurloek were visit Inc in BOTSR Sautrdaj awl Sunday UISMS JUry ICltulrsd and Rhwla Land Salted HaW Joaason last Sundaj iflernooH CLAY COUNTY JIIUOIIJ1 IlUIII Brightsbwle Oct 17An awusit tad Intni6tlve lecture with siersop loon vtwni VM given at the Ashen pork school house Wednesday night County Supt Luther Hatton putt the scheota In this part of the county a visit during the weokD G Roast M hen Use first part of the week alklng up life lMunuie OUvsr aw Ulna Wafiarg went to Manohwto VeilBssday on business Jno S lIub- bard has moved Into the property rs ently vacated by Silas Waoors Dr J L Anderson came up from Man heater Monday and spent tho night rlth Dr C T IUekottcA 1umbor DC young men who will cast tholr firs vote here say they expect to vOW lor Taft and Shsrmaa The maraorl al servleM of Mrs Martha Smltli will bo held 4 the graveyard near the home of George Smith on Sunday Oct l6thJob and Charlie Laws are sing sumo good work on tho road twwn Brtghtohads and Lippe 11 o iGARRARD COUNT IAINT Men I Paint Lick Oct 174Ir and INo Silo Davis are rejoicing over a- bby glrl1ln1o Ollle Pitts and Mrs Cecil Duncan were tho guests of lIra Mary Gabbard TuosdayJ Davis 1Iubr Is Yeti slok Mrs Fannie Brock nan and children were the guests of J B Gabbard and family last 1hursday night Lawnlo Btowo and uully visited his father William towo at Berea last Sunday O L Gnbbard and family and G E Brook mnn and family wore In Richmond last Saturday on business Dry rcatHar still prevails Stock water Is very scarce In this part ROCK6ASTLE COUNTYI Jloose- I Boone Oct 1tJThcro was speaking Ilt tho school houso Saturday night In half of tho Republican partyTho ssscsor Mr Wm Woods was in thli section last wookTho Rev W H Lambert Is attending mooting near Clenr Cieok Mr and Mrs Doss Wren wero guestc of Mre J B Coylo SU- Ildayl1r and Mrs W M Kirby vi- sItc Mrs D Bowllt SundayMr and tn John Hamlln of Snyder visited jlatlvca at this place Sunday MIsa I crtha Rich of Rockford was tho guest of Miss Jennie Cuastcen Sun day Prayer meeting at Falrvlo Wednesday night Tho swine plag1o In this section In no betterFdrmr arc busy plowing and sowing wheat and rye Mrs Dave Martin made a business trip to Berca Saturday PERRY COUNTY JIAZAlll HazarJ Oct 17J E Johnson Is on the nick IIstG W Howard is veTY low with brain disease Mrs Susan Combs Is critically 111 with consumi lion Born to Ans Fields and wlfo boyW C Evcroolo has gone to Owsloy County In tho Interest ot his candidacy for Commnowcalth Attorney Blair Bcgloy have Wlth I drawn from the race leaving tho field to Field and Eversolo nnker has withdrawn from tho Judges rllco leaving tho contest to II C Eversol of Boonovlllo and L D Lewis of Hy den Tha primary Is called for No 138 B Holllday has returned from tho westII C Ingram has gone to Cincinnati to attend the S S Couvoi UonA revival nt tho Methodist church last week resulted lu several additions to that churchF J Ecr solo loft yesterday tor Loulsvlll whero ho will attend a meeting of tho Sovorlgn Grand Lodgo of Koz tacky Masons J B Eversolo rotumttl today from Bowling Green where bo attended tho Odd Follows mccUngIt M Mclntlro of Fort Branch was In town today Tho Baptist Assoclatlo held hero last Friday Saturday and Sunday was well attended R t holds has gono to Cincinnati on businessWHITLEY COUNTY- Corm Corbin Oct 19 Times are very dull In thli pArtRobert R Parsons and Wlllto Dunagan visited friend Sunday Mr F II Parsons has gun to Bristol Tean to workMr Chaj Wyrlck Is at work at Four Mile dig I sing coal Rev J Goddad of Jellied I S L Chestnut this- weekRev Teen Is visiting H F Dunigan wont to Knox County Saturday on buslneer 1111ss Liza Wyriok visited Miss 11orn xilkfl Sunday nlghto H Parson went to tho oouutry Sunday vlaltln trlentlsA new Disciples church fa icing built and Mr Robert R Parson Is helping to lay tho brick WIUK Dunlgan to very sick at this writing MADISON COUNTY inn HIM Big IJlll Oct 18 People here art Illbout through making sorghum MII uttlBg earn Friday meetings for ramsn at Masonic Hall have tagut gain Prsaehmg at Pilot Knob ehoo4 rouse last Buoday night probably se I lees will be held there ovary Sun dar night MUma Ibttto awl Bertha I Unuos spent Saturday night aw HnOay at Mt+ Leon AbrsiWMri- gst Carrier Jr gave the yotjui slits a social gathvring Saturday High J KINOSTDN- KlMgMooI Oct toThe infant child of Mr and Mrs Richard Golden li low with dlpUterla1Jrs Mary Wood of California hi visiting her rootlet Irs Murray of this planeMrs llm ma L Garrett will leave nut week- r Join leer liustaunl Mr Lsnrene hirrett In Texas We regret to give up our pod teacher At Kingston tall Saturday night our box wppsr nnd eaterUlnawnt were a great sue oe A race of beauty WM run hr IVf girls Martha Powell Mary Ann tollies Lila Dailard Susan Doty and rooter Yates Mhw PowoU won the toe by several hundred Votes Site So tho daughter at Mrs John lprveit I I I MEMOIR Tho dUI angel vhtflsd UM hOID8I lot Wm and Mrs N nula Oat 4 and took from them their he loved daughter Mina aged 18 yours G months and 5 days Mina had been a great uufforer for fourteen years with spinal trouble Perhaps no per JOn taking Into consideration tho ex tont of her suffering over endured with more patlonco than she did Somo times her mother In love and In great sympathy would say Maybo I have not done all I could have done for you but suo wool say Yea you hnve Bono all you could do and more than you were able to do Mina Joined the church of Christ some four tars ago and slnco had lived In hope I of n happy Immortality She la gone trom us but Is not forgotten For so I long as memory lasts there will he a I tender spot In our hearts for her funeral was preached In ho ITho of Christ nt Dreyfua by the Rev VauWlnklo I Proof of tho fclconoao of tho Demo I crntlc char o that the Republicans ought ou hard times come from Ingland whore thorn aro uo Ropubli I ceus Nearly 400000 men rro out of work and their families are near tarvatlon Their leaders are tidvls Ing them to take what they need ar thero In danger of flghtlng WM JENNINGS BRYAN lly JASIIiH II IOOIti 1- My homo Is in tho Southland One thousand miles below Maine Why dots Mr Bryan como to Kentucky In each and every campaign 7 2 Ho spoalu of his heraldry and majesty And dictates laws for Kentucky to moot i Alas ho Bits In his palatial home And reacts his own Commoner de feat 3 Who Is Wm Jennings BryanT Out In tho Nebraska West Ho has never hold an office of honor or trust To approve of his success 4 Wo need honest men for office And not to entertain and shine Tho United States will never sec the day- When It will be Wm Jennings Dry anti If wo are to have another President Let it bo ably had For you know that I know That Mr Bryan Is on his way to tho bad- Democrats 0 put up money on him When really come should have paid o tho rent Do you think tho time will over come When ho will be President 7 I havo so fondly admired Mr Bryan Would liked to havo seen him win nut the days of my admiration are forever gone Am sorry I cannot call them back again 8 And to those who hear my voice now I summons you to bo awake Vo want another Theodoro adminis tration And that not to trust a Nebraskan fake 9 I hftvo never soon a country yet That I would llko to rail mine Vhoso standard bearer for President Would be Wm Jennings Bryan CITY LIFE A DELUSION Old Inhabitant ThInk Country Town Offer More Happiness Up st the depot JH t now said one of tile oW HhabtUiiU I mw severs of tM bays Net oft UM train to pool the tMrfhlays st boflw Theyve eons beclc to the eW town from the city noo Ill tot my baH pap against their tune dinner with the botao folk test most of tm woahl romaln rlgh Iere IM town It thy wen not sulunn etl to My that city Ilfe In not up UIfIr expects had between yet and see sled Uw arn door I m trontcly InclhMil to tUluk that laIn- out of ten of UM boys who tco from IInJ country town to a MX city wouhi sake u better wlnnlme In the rice or Ift If thy woukl slay at betH and TOW up with their own community t went to UM city when 1 was r euh and stayed several years nut I rag honiwlck all UM time The younr cllow in n Brest city bolding n Joi Itl working so many hour a day for nmebodjr rise In not by any means in neb an enviable position as sonic nf Ibe people still In the country towns are Imlluoil to think I recall that when I was living In he city many years ago working OB n atary for a famous osMbUshment tli teal pP c here once printed D notice at law that made mo laugh out of ORe side of my tJMMJlJi white 1 cried out ot the other According to the heron upor I wm ou tho highroad to fur tune In tUt city I wu holding II Ijshly rwpoaslbte post with n groflt r scale and mtklMR good and all thll t- sort of thing The facts as to my if wnslble position wore nil right tint It cwt DM two or three times an mild to live UMT ss It did back horse anti nt the end of the year i usually found tI11 bunk account no bigger than if wild hsvo been hell I remained of borue and kept on working In Drown moral storo Finally 1 resolved to face the tall Iq nail como back home The vwi home roonna something In a IImn- ltown too As you know I have a prf t1 good hater and I own It no umr gngos and when tho flowers 1110- In 0 the front ynnlovorj spring IHparo my homo and lot with the renii I cell I used to occupy In tho city grit i 11 to the nrtrnntnso of the house Inl- lot Im not rich hut Im comfrtnrble If I hail stayed lu the city rvr bops by now I might have had n irgo bank aceouut anil porhnpn not- 11ut one tiling Is euro na shooting I- woull1 not have unit so many good Crlent1l nor hnlf so high a standing II- Itho city as I Imvo home at home My advlra to the boys concluder tho oM Inhnhltiiut la to think two or throe times before boy leap Into n ant city In most cases they Iwcom mero colIIln a hugo commercial wheel tllO motive power being operated by omcbody den I may be old ttsh nod boys but t am firm In the nm Ictlpn that It Is better to bo an entire minnow In a small but clean OUtl peaceful pond titan to bo the tall of n laro list Ir n stormy ocean Ono way to build yourself up la to help build up rour own town by believing It Is tho best town on earth for yourself and toying In It