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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1f J i t+ JlllJteSeSI lll eSle 0 SEREA PUBLISHING CO 0 pncutarORAtatn- TARttY fROST nalll o- o rrwedareksPoa +yreaSNenaApaiaroad o cwt ari trtnlmIIoeoeoeoeoeoaoeoeoeoeoe o oe o THE CITIZENDevoted the Interests the Mountain People IVol Y Five cents a copyBEiIEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 20 1008 One Dollar a year No 18 I Special Cloak Sale POSITIVELY THREE DAYS ONLY November 5th 6th and 7th o I will have on sale THREE HUNDRED Coats for Ladies Misses and Children the best products of one of the best manufacturers They are the Newest Styles and Best Materials and I Guarantee a Perfect Fit Here is the chance to GET THE COAT YOU WANT at a bargain I also have a full stock of Ladies and Childrens Hats Shoes Dress Goods Underwear and Readymade SkirtsEverything for Ladies and Childrens wear MRS S R BAKER Phone 123 Richmond Street Berea Kentucky u CCCIUPCbntfll From ChlpmanAlexandor Meetings Religious UpLift Such Seldom Comes Follows Their Two days Work in Oerea Christaint En thused A religious upllft and awakening which Is put all Measuring and which outdooa the remits of any other twodays work In the history of Boron come with the visit last week of Dr Chapman and Mr Alexander and the holding of five monitor meetings in tho College Chare More tian In any previous work of tko klad hero the result was aosompI bed by strength rnlng the faith of the Christian pee pit In none of Ute general meetings ivaa thoro any Ball for new convert but there wen moral Chanced for UioH who wasted new bleeelngs and who tlMtrtd praare for paolal objee to ask for them and In many cafe the prayers have already been answer cd In tho students mtetlnct which ono member ot tbo Chapman party said were tho best which ho bad seen In months Iboro woro several converts but ovoa hero whore Mr muaann offer la centered tho groat results woro with those who had call od thonwelv saved Tho uplift has been felt thru tho whole towa and col logo and will BO on to greater good thruout not only this but many corn log years It la Impossible to exacEcrato tho illsb1ro In tho credit for tho result which must to given to Mr Alex anders handling of the singing Never has thero been hero any thing llko such powerful music as was beard tho meetings and never has the InI ing had a Creator effect on the of tho pccple Mr Naftzgcrs olos vera also an Inspiration and worked miracles It is easy to understand why Mr Alexander has the reputation of being the leading Gospel singer and conductor of the world Tho sing lug occupied nt least half an hour at the beginning of each service and thoroly prepared the audience for the word that wtu to come The audiences which attended tho meetings wore the largest for any series ever hold In Berea and that at tho closing cervlce was the largest which baa ever gathered In tho Chapel There were fully 1550 persons present The first audience Wednesday afternoon was only about 000 but none ot the others was less than 1300 and It was hard at every ser vlco to get good seats In spite of the splendid seating capacity of the new ChapelThere were something like three hundred visitors from out of town who came either on tho regular trains crI oo a special train which was run Continued on fourth pt r r art to of SURE FOR TAFT So Political Forecast Seems Ohio Indiana and New York Critical Steles Bryan Can Win Only by Defeat of Reform In Them No election Is won till the votes are counted and sometime not then but to far M human fallibility will lot IM Judge In Ute present race the sneers ot W II Taft Is certain Bvery Indication which emn bo found by the belt observer on both sides and every tandanoy which can bo deduced from poJItMal history points that wayWhile the feellnc of nervousness among badness men has not dill appeared It la going and business la looking up The betting odds havo settled down to Sl on TaU whloli wore UM final odds In New York four lyuuv uniovery newspaper whlahha trade a test tale ot any kind and every observer who boa been able to lather Information ndmlts that Taft will win or ooure this does not Ineludo the offialal fore ast of the Demo x UC loaders They olalra everything in sight which hurts no body but mon who have been ablo to got nt their scourcoa of Information know that all reports to thorn aro contrary to their predictions Tho only thing that can possibly elect Bryan Is a landslide and BO far there li no sign of It tho It Is always possible Tho value ot Democrat predictions Is shown by tho result of the last Bryan race when Chairman Jones claimed for Bryan Indiana Kansas Maryland Now York Ohio South Dakota and West Virginia all of which voted for McKlnley Thin Is just about tho Democratic claim today I Tho real question seems to bo tho size of the Tcft majority and about thin there Is a good deal ot disagreement Hitchcock claims 317 electorlal votes but ho naturally tatteD all hr can However ho predicted exactly what Tafts majority In the convention would bo Ho gives Bryan onlyI tho Solid South and puts In the doubtful column only Kentucky Mary land and Mlcaourl The strongest Democrat forecast which has como to tuba office gives Bryan besides tho South Colorado Idaho Kentucky Missouri nnd Nevada and puts as doubtful Indiana Maryland Nebraska Now York Ohio and West Virginia Other forecasts tango all tho way between those two It can bo soon by a study of those estimates that ualeco Bryan can carry Ohio Indiana and Now York or be sides Now York one of those two states and all tho other doubtful ones he cannot get the 243 votes necessary Really hla election depends on carry 1 Ing If election is bo one these one admits If there 4 NEWS OF THE WEEK Nignt Riders Trailed by Troops Roosevblt to be Editor W C T U Meets in Denver Phllllplne Storm Kills 5000- LAWYER LYNCHED Aa unusual and startling crime In the night rider district of Tcnncccco lost week shows what kind of things likely to follow if any kind of mob law Is al lowed to go unpunished Two lawyers whoso only fault was that they were acting agents for men who wished to make n public Improvement taken from their beds at night ono was and tho other es capfd only after ho had been shot at many times and was believed to bo dead Troops have been to the scene ono member of the has confessed and tho state will do all In Its rower to punish the guilty persons have been arrested ROOSEVELT TO BE EDITORIt- Is finally announced that Theodore Roosevelt after his from tho big game hunting expedition In South will bccomo an associate edi tor of Outlook a weekly paper printed In Now York and ono of the leading religious publications of tho T U ME 1STho thirty fifth annual convention tho W C T U began In Denver last Friday The meeting wan well attended STORM KILLS 600A heavy storm In tho Phllllpplncc last Thursday re sulted n the dcatl of about 600 peo ple It Is reported that cholera has appeared tho survivors I FLEET ON THE IOVETbo battleship fleet baa finally left Japan and la now at last on tU way homo It wilt stop first at tho I Philippines NOW VOTE Tho ItepublicauB of Kentucky havcJeen UeolarlngUhls fall that llioy will aurry the state for Tuft lo it is next Tuesday hud there is only one way to do itthat is for oaoh faun to do his filmro Wo are nil citizens of tho state nil the time but most of tin have only about ono chance a your to take any port in the government That is on election day All our talk comes to the point thonfor about one minute we can do something about It And the man who fails to use that minute the man who for any reason votes any way except according to his judgement and his conscience not only loses his share of the government for the whole year but loses all right to either oritcise or bluer any public officer for what ho may do or may not do during the term for which officers are to be elected The man who does not vote has no share In the president or other officers chosen ho has no share in the government of his country He has shut himself out of the governing bodof our great government by tho peopleBesides this every nine who fails to vote proves recreant to the trust which is iuiKHed in him by his fellow citizens There are many kinds of governments on the earth and nil but one kind are bused on tho idea that people aru not fit to rule themselves That out kind is ours nnd in the idea is that if all the peuplo will hon Ofllly and express their opinion at the polls they will choose right tho Idea expressed by tho greatest Kentuckian when ho said You cant fool all the people all the time The nation of which each of us is a part believes this and so depending on getting the judgement tho honest help of every man the ballot has Leon placed in every mans hand and the polls have been openedto him lie has not only n but a ho oVes it to his follow countrymen gIve his best for them they have trusted him and liavij a right to use his brains in helping them decide how the government ought be run The WilD who does not vote fails in his duty ho outlitwK from his fellows and ceases to be a citizen This truth should particularly come homo to every at this time when tho electoriul vote of his state is in doubt and when that may have a great importance iti the decision of the race for President It is not beyond the bounds of possibilty that the election will bo so oloso that Cur thirteen votes may heckle it either for or against Tuft Theywill make n difference of 20 in the winners majority anyway Many u presidential election has been won on a smaller margin And the result in this state is going to be close There is much dissatisfaction in both parties Taft will have to pay part of tho price of the disgraceful deal which put Bradley in the Senate Bryan will havo to bare the blame for tho misdeeds of his friends Beckhain and Joebel The lawless tight rulers are trying deal with both parties tho saloon element has not quite decided which way it will go tho the Democracy is making a strong bid for it But most of nil the old Democrats who believe In honest anti fair dealing and sane pro gross are tired and ashamed of Bryan and will vote by the hundred for Tuft No man can with any certainty tell which way the final result depends on the plain voters and mostly on whether the Republican party polls its full litrengthIThat Is the point nnd that Is where you nnd I can help Each of us has u ballot aud our friends have and if wo nil vote the Re publican ticket will win If a lot of us think it will not make any difference and stay at home thou our party will lose If the Repub lican counties of this state turn out the majority they can will be no doubt which way the state is goingand earth of us can help them do tint thing lu other words it depends on the Republicans Hof Kentucky whether or not they will carry tho state for Taft They can do it if they will and each of us has his part to do Think this over its up to us And now there is just one more thing to do VOTE alt of these big states and early on1 night it shown that ono ot them has gono Republican It will safo to say that Taft Is electedThere is very peculiar thing about the situation in each ot three states Every that wore no state elections In are as wero lynched sent mob Sixty return Africa The countryW of among American it responsibility to to himself vote to there them they would all go Republican bj heavy majorities and that the state issues aro really the qnes that will determine tbo result And tho state lame is tho came in each state reform In New York tho Republican have been responsible for antigam bllng laws Bud In Ohio and Indiana fa I Contluutilon Fourth tale r s H H0 IBEREA BANK TRUST CO I tMore than five hundred t farmers in Madison and surrounding counties are depositors with the Berea t Bank CD Trust Co Are r you one of the number II- t If not it will be our pleas ure to extend to you every advantage and accommo dation consistent with sound banking t Pay your bills by check M I A cashed check is an in disputable receipt no oth er so good legally Your check book is useless to a burglar you can carryM your capital without loa 4Ing ItIf you only carry j your check book with you and your money here t J J MOORE President IN OUR OWN STATE Night Riders Beat Woman Says Students Killed His Brother Sen ator McCrearys Wife Dead WOMAN BEATEN Night riders during tho week have added another particularly cowardly outrage to their record by teatlng a woman Mrs Jno Sprague of Morgantown STILL SEEKS BROTHER Prof A E Smith of Hlndman brother of tho State University student who has been missing for weeks charges that tho University authorities have not done their full duty in the matter and believes that his brother was murdered by hazers MRS McCREARY DEAD Mrs Jas B McCreary wife of tho U S Senator died Saturday at her homo In Richmond FLOUTING NIGHT RIDERS Gov Wlllson Is continuing his vigorous campaign against night riders and is attacking then almost dally in speech es in different parts of the stale Ho appeals to Uio lawabiding citizens of tho state to support him in his effort to supprora tho ovll and to defeat tho man who aro running for office on a platform of permitting tho outrages jOar OOU o V 0 c The Citizen Is Growing Rap I e eidly Let Your Business i Keep Pace With it By Adver g 2 tlslng g o 0 e aeoooaooooloooope OCTOBER fenrletsly privilege Kentuckian w1111101t e T We beg to call your attention to our Savings Department We pay four per cent interest on savings account and compound interest in to the principal twice each year You can start an account in this IIwithsire 1Lt You should not forget that day of your life brings you eachJto the time when your earning decreases and finally es What are you doing towards w providing a fund that will your mainstay and comfort age Better start a becomet J count and create a fund declining years J W STEPHENS Cashier + ee w KILLED BY SON Asbury HatfleldI was fount dead In his homo at Ellz abcthtown last week and la said to havo been killed by his son for Injur ing his daughter- JESSE SPICEU FOUND It Is said that Jesso Splccr who hasbeen want ed for years for alleged connection with tho Itnrgls feuds has been found In Oklahoma The Indictments tnstIhim havo been squashed however co that no effort will bo rondo to brlaj him back to Kentucky MRS MURR1LL FREEDMrs- Nancy dMurrill WM found not guilty of w ito murder of Mary Terry by a jurj at Jackson Brcathltt County TO IMPROVE OHIO RIVER The Ohio Valley Improvement Assoclattion whlau met at Louisville last week decided to ask Congress to spend J63000000 In Improving the navigation on the Ohio River BRYAN IN KENTUCKY W J Bryan spout one day last week in Louisville and addressed ono of tho largest crowds ever got together hi that city Republicans there declare however that tho reception wash far from what was expected and that tho likelihood of Taft carrying tho state is increased Secretary Straus also spoke in Louisville in his tour t for Taft Rt0 OLVEb THAT NICE HosiERY is A THING OF BEAUT- YANDAJOYFOREVEF GOOD HOSE ARE A- NECESSITY YOU ANT GET GOOD NOSE soME STORES Fow ANY PRICE You CAN GET GOOD HoSE AT SOME STORES FoRANYpnICE BUSTER 6ftfA M I U 44- I MARY JANET rf- lJTaCKINCJ Ccrrarearnraernrewnaeaa +YCacnuoas BUSTER IS WRONG HE IS USUALLY RIGHT BUT THIS TIME HE IS WRONG SoME HOSIERY I MAY BE A THING OF BEAUTY AND WHILE IT I MAY BE A JOY IT IS NOT ALWAYS A JoY 1foREVER NO PIECE OF A WOMANS AND t OF A CHILDS APPAREL EN I DURES THE STRAIN THAT HoSE MUST WE HAVE HOSE THAT WE CAN RECOMMEND t i COYLE HAYES fj You Pay LessOr Get Morel i I saR Jlftt7JJtftit 1 111t ItttittitittttitittitttitittStl EGOOOO THEIh HOLY MONKEYh By HENRY AUSTIN = 8 ttatlr1 SrtrraS8itiiaIittiltttttttttttttttttttttL Copyright by Shortstory Pub Co It was noon In the Holy City on the bunk of the Holy rlvor noon in slum berous but swarming Benares The huge anacondas lay In greasy and fetid folds In the Temple of the Divine Snakes The hideous apes were asleep near the fanes of the Sacred Monkeys all but Goddo the smallest of these di vinities Tho attendant priests or valets of these simian and ophidian gOdlings were also wrapped In slumberand little else lying In curiously animal attitudes either within or just outside the cages of the temples The most somnolent of silence prevailed except for the occasional chatter of QoddoG teeth for CJoddo was ill There came along through the tern pie yard two British omcers In un dross uniform handsome stalwart men well burned by the Indian sun and many a brandyandsoda They Were cursing the heat the natives the Snakes and the supersltlons of the country and one had just been con gratulating the other on a coming leave of absence Yes Tom I shall sail from Bom bay In a fortnight and a couple of months later shall seo the dear old homo Ive been wondering what sort of a present to take along for the cub Why not take him a holy mon keyY laughingly Inquired the other pointing to the cage they were about to pass Not a bad idea exclaimed Maj Majorlbanks halting I could have fun with him on board ship too Pas wagers like to see the antics of a monkey In the rigging Fancy I could buy one tolerably tame not given to bitingWhy yes these chaps are tamo enough theyre quite used to their worshipers Get the kid a monkey godhed be quite a treasure Lets try 1t You speak Hlndostanl fairly well tast see if one of these priests will tn his god for a reason able sum I wouldnt mind going 20 rupeesThus adjured Tom walked up to Qoddos cage and finding a priest near by curled up comfortably kicked the sleepers foot The Hindu slowly opened his eyes and stared sleepily In bad but fluent Hlndostanl the Eng lishman explained The attendant arose looked at both men penetrating ly as If to read their characters and then glanced rapidly about the temple and tho courtyard No otherwaklng priest was visible Here was a chance to make a small fortune and then perhaps escape to some other part of India where he could have a wife and a home Besides he was not a full hedged priest only a neophyte The crime would not be so great Moreover the chances were that the god would escape from his new custodian and retum to the temple If questioned too closely he could say that the Infidel English took Goddo by force No one would witness the trans fer of money Having thought all this out as rapidly as the working of the oriental Intellect would permit the Hindu spoke with the slow grace of gesture peculiar to the east I will sell little Goddo to the great soldier on four conditions Fftst that the great soldier will never be cruel to Goddo or permit others of the Eng lish race jo do harm or offer offense to him Second that the great soldier Will never tell any one that he bought him from me since my life would be the forfeit Third that in case Goddo should escape and return hither the sahib shall take no steps to retake him Fourth that my lord shall pay me here hi hand for my god the sum of 30 pieces of silver that Is to say 80 rupeesTom interpreted fancied that a covert gleam quivered a second under the long dark lashes of the brown Hindu eye but the silver was paid over and it took nearly all In both of Seers pockets The priest quickly tied a strong cord to the monkeys brass collar and the major departed With his prize At their quarters God do was turned over to a servant after Maj Majorlbanks had administered to him a good dose of brandy and qui nine at the suggestion of an army sur geon who had Immediately diagnosed the animals distress as a touch of fever and chills When the major took his monkey on board the ship Rumchundcr bound for London via the Cape Goddos health was entirely restored His an tics certainly did amuse the passen gers One lady declared him to be a perfect little love and the major grew proud of his possession and took pains to Inform everybody that Goddo was no common animal but ono in the odor of sanctity and with the rever once duo to exalted station Goddo was not teased but potted and In fact given the freedom of the ship All went well for a month nnd then the monkey having learned the ropes and pretty much evtrythlnK else about the ship developed a disposi tion moro diabolic than holy On both sailors and passengers he playel an endless variety of pranks from steal Ing any little article ho could lay psw upon to slitting garments Into ribbons with a pair of pilfered scissors Notn o ing was sate from his predatory In stinct Like the soul of a trust in carnate he seized everything In sight Ono day It was tho dashing Widow Maltlands case of cosmetics and toilet mirror With this In tho presence of her rival admirers Goddo proceeded to paint and powder with a series of coquettish grimaces at tho mirror that sent the captain of tho Humchunder and Maj Majorlbanks Into fits of laughter The captain did not laugh however when Goddo ran up Into the crosstrees with his handsome watch and chain and sat there dangling It out over the waves A sailor got tne watch to be ouzo but got it first In the shape of a bullet on the head thai ruined tho works From the hour the shining watrh was taken from him Goddos temper seemed to change and from being playful and merry his mischief became malicious One moonlight night when young Maltby and tile widow had the after deck all to them selves and Maltby was just at tho most interesting point of a story most Interesting to widows Goddo crept up as an arm stole around the buxom waist and almost transfixed the coat sleeve with a long pin which he ran Into the back of Mrs Maitland The lady leaped shrieked and fainted the doctor was called and Goddo skipped away grinning The captain ordered the monkey put in Irons like any ordinary malefactor and tho sailor who finally caught him in the rigging swore he would never take such a biting and scratching again Maj Majorlbanks now the most unpopular person on board stood up for Goddo with fine English obstinacy and remarked prophetically that no good would como from tying up a monkey of rank who when freed would revenge himself- It did seem especially to the sail ors more than a coincidence that no sooner lId the prisoner begin to pine and refuse food than the weather which up to this time had been ex tremely fine began to be very rough In the next few gays the Rumchunder bad several narrow escapes from go Ing to the bottom lost a topmast and several sails and scared about everybody on board but the captain Maj Majorlbanks who was unacquainted with fear and Goddo who from his place of durance in the brig could not see the storm Sailors are nothing If not supersti tious and as the heavy weather con tinned one of them who had heard a rumor that the monkey was a Hindu god slyly released him telling his shipmates to watch the result As a matter of fact aside from any speculation as to the cause Goddos liberation was immediately followed by a sub silence of the tempest The clouds cleared away and the sun smiled again The astute sailor bragged so much of his wisdom that It was soon bruited about the ship that Goddo had stilled the storm The captain swore at the sailors superstition and talked of putting both the monkey and the man who had freed him back Into Irons but Maj Majorlbanks grimly remarked that It was equally foolish to expect Providence to regard with favor a ship where ft poor monkey was ironed like a common criminal for merely following the bent of his na tureStUl the fact that the release of Goddo and the end of the frightful storm were simultaneous did make an Impression on some of the passengers who began to regard the monkey as something uncanny That Is why Instead of becoming the pet of a little English boy Goddo found a spacious and peaceful cage In a renowned zoological garden labeled Goddo the Holy Monkey BY WAY OF EXPERIMENT Bumptious Clerk Wato Consider Himself Dead for a Time Not long ago there was a certain salesman In a drygoods shop of an Ohio city who was habitually observ- Ing to his fellow clerks that the con cern would had It rather difficult to get along without him These remarks coming to the ear of the senior part ner of the firm he decided to Inter view his clerk concerning them Mr Spotts said the partner with a grim smile although you have not proved to be our most efficient clerIc yet we have appreciated such service as you have condescended to render us during the Intervals when you wore not expatiating on your own merits Now we have lately heard it said that if you were to die tho business would have some trouble In surviving the loss This has worried us a good doal for you like all of us are liable to drop off at any moment For this reason therefore we have concluded for our peace of mind to experiment while all of us are In good health In order that we may ascertain whether tho firm can bear up under your loss You will accordingly con sider yourself dead for the period of one month and we will try to see whether we can get along without you for that length of tlrao Harpers Weekly SUGGESTIONS FORPIGGERY FOR FARM By a Canadian Expert Tho plan herewith Illustrates a good Idea for a hog building about 60x16 set It Is not given as being Ideal tlnce no plan could possibly be the best for every feeder It Includes several Ideas which could be Incorpor ted Into almost any plan of a pig terrA frequently neglected feature In building piggeries Is the providing f convenient passages for cleaning I Plan of bedding and moving pigs from pen to ion A study of this floor plan will Thaw that this Important feature Is not neglected The building may of course bo of any length to accommodate from 20 0 100 pigs or more Two rows of ions flank tho passage one on either tide Doors two feet wide open off ho passage Into each pen The feed ng Is done from the passago Tho oeni are 10 feet front and 12 feet deep being largo enough for four to fight animals according to size In he plan FL FL FL are feeding floors CxlO L L L are low partitions separating the beds from feeding floors D D D large swinging doors ST rather partitions 6 feet long and 4 feet high serve as partitions between SCIENTIFIC FEEDING OF SWINE Feeding hogs Is a subject In which every farmer and breeder Is or should be deeply Interested It Is of univer sal importance and I only wish I Fold go Into It deeply and In a way that would Interest you men hero Starting with the newborn pig it requires practice and skill to feed the mother so that she will bring her litter out without scouring them When this Is done the first great danger Is over To do this she should be fed lightly and systematically The same man should feed and care for her that fed her protlous to farrowing de should have his work well planned and good Judgment should direct his move ments Many writers advocate the use of a strictly milk producing ra Ion but experience has shown that this Is wrong The flow of milk at this time is naturally greater than tho pigs will take In the majority of cases For this reason a light feed of corn and oats Is better for the sow and pigs both In the course of a week the ration should be gradually changed to a slop of shorts and this Increased until the ration consists of onehalf of such feeds At the ago of threo weeks the pigs will commence eating and they should be encouraged by the use of a creep The feed should consist of a slop of some good mill feeds From the time the pigs commence eating the expense of feeding gradually Increases and with It the value of the pig Increases If he Is doing well and Is properly fed It Is not my purpose to propound the balanced ration fact or theory However the purpose or final end of the feeding operation Is to produce a hog with strong bony framework and a development of muscle of such an extent that all the vital organs such as the lungs heart di gestive and reproduclve organs will be as perfect as possible when the hog Is matured To do this the scientific or as I would rather call It the sys tematic way of feeding must come Into voosr cowrAiN The accompanying illustration of d poultry house Is largely self tory Both a window and curtain front is provided Tljo window slides back and In place of it a cotton screen can be lot down to fill tbo opening pens when at right angles to tho pas sage and servo to confine pigs In tho bed space when parallel to the pas sageWhen D D D ore all parallel to tho passage n truck or harrow may be run along PI and the pens easily cleaned Tr Tr Tr aro troughs made of cement or good hard wool Dr Dr Dr aro doors opening Into the yards K K K aro posts against which D D Piggery expiana D close F F are farrowing pens properly fitted with a board about 8 Inches wide placed Ont horizontally about S Inches from tho floor along tho wall to which It should be firmly attached In tho feed room C Is tho feed cooker B B D are bins for feed P root pulper T trap door to root cellar P P P aro doors from pens to passage The yards extend out on either side The manner of ar ranging tho pens on one side of the passage shows how tho other side may be laid out At the end aro large roomy winter quarters for sows It Is a great mistake to house sows In the small ordinary penISows need roomy quarters and this building provides that Hoards Dairy man operation Feeds high In protein and ash must be used or the development will not be so complete ns It otherwise would Any of tho following feeds may be used Wheat wheat sorts middlings oil meal oat shorts pack- Ing house byproducts alfalfa and clover pasture The ration should consist for tho most part of one or a combination of these feeds Every man baa an Idea ot what combination ho thinks best The feeding of correctives tonics and worm powders Is at present ad vocated by a great many men and It Is all right but these are found on all farms with the exception of the worm exterminator In the form of corn cob charcoal and grass As a worm exterminator I have found five grains of santonin and three grains of calomel to each SO pounds of hog to be the cheapest and most ef fective However considerable care Is needed to feed such a powder as only ten head should be treated at a time and the powder thoroughly mixed through the slop No feeder be he over so careful and patient can be successful In his oper aliens If the conditions surrounding his hogs aro not sanitary and clean Slacked limo and coal tar dip nnd crude oil should be used freely but not extravagantly by every hog man Lime and dip are good disinfectant and will keep down disease while the crude oil Is the cheapest and most ef fectlve louse kller I have ever tried J H ABHnr Iowa The Only Way The only way to feel sure that your ducks will come back at night when given the liberty of a running steam of water Is to fence off tho water and keep them in side of tbo fence Good Care PaysIt will pay the fanner to give his hens a little extra attention at this season of the year It Is not profitable to let them shift for themselves when changing plu mage Hay and Grass Hay sustains a working horse better but a little grass now and then is an excellent regulator Poultry House for the Farm The pens ore built 12x13 feet and the coop Is placed beneath the propping board Rough boards are used tot shccitng together with tar paper ant cheep shingles The fnsld j may bt plastered SHE LIKED THE SMOKING ROOM Unexpected Approbation of the Wom 1 ans Club from Aunt Mary Tho girls brought Aunt Mary Into town In tho motor and stopped at the womans club to clean up says tho Now York Sun It was really to see this fatuous place that tho old lady who rarely got nearer Now York than the summer homo of her family on Long Island had boon eager to cone to the city Do wo dare show her tho smoking room naked ono of tho younger Women You know she never hoard of anything like that In the womans club In Brottloboro Maybe she will be fearfully shocked answered tho other and well regret that wo over did It But Just lets wait and see what happens at tho moment Aunt Mary was delighted with what she saw Silo was bubbling over with comments of delight on the trig maid In tho dressing room who helped her to remove tho stains ot travel by motor She was just as pleased with her lunch grew enthusiastic over tho gymnasium and swimming pool and could not restrain herself when tho party stood somewhat abashed before the door of the smoking room How convenient observed tho old lady with approval ns the two younger women exchanged surprised looks and bow well arranged for the pur poseThat Aunt Mary should show so much approbation of tho smoking room was more than tho younger wom en could understand as she repre sented all that was most conventional In the oldfashioned view of womens conduct Sho was emancipated up to the toleration of a womans club but that she should admire the smoking room when she never failed to express her disapproval of that habit In wom an was beyond them So you see one niece said rapidly to the other as they walked away from tho door you see you never can tollThat night they sat after dinner on the plaszn discussing tho visit to townOno thing I did not see In the club Aunt Mary observed was any needles and thread Needles and thread repeated her grandniece Why 1 think the maids always have thorn I know dear Aunt Mary went on but I mean In the sowing room I mean that nlcoly arranged sewing room with the tables and the com fortable chairs Everything for sow lag was there except any needles and thread Where are they kept Y So It scorned alter all that Aunt Marys enthusiasm over the smoking room had been founded on a misap prehension Yet It seemed a shame to destroy the Illusion Oh I understand aunty answered one of her two escorts to tho club tho smo sewing room 1 suppose all tho members of the club who go there to sow take their needles and thread along with them Im sure Its he rule they must do that If they want to sew there Eastern Ideas of Religion In describing tho curious comming ling of religions In Macedonia and ithcr parts of the Balkans a traveler writes I found an educated Moham medan at Scrajevo who had been n the Austrian government service le was descended from a notable amlly of Bogomlls tliose early Pro estants who at the conquest became he most fanatical of Mohammedans My friend and I engaged this man as dragoman and started rut with him m the first day with a modest lunch argely of ham and whisky with suit tblo food for the truo believer We lashfully produced tho ham fearing o offend him but to our great disgust io proved oven fonder of tho ham ban ourselves as also the whisky It appeared that though a Mohammedan 10 was whet ho called a liberal I tavo known an Albanian chief noml tally a Mohammedan who attended ho mosque on occasion but also main alncd in the precincts of one of his astles a small orthodox monastery vbich guarded a medieval Christian ihapcl and here ho maintained a Greek mcnk In virtual captivity Dropsical Oysters With a sneer tho oyster opens pointed to a brownish smear upon a Sadrtlorock ehMl Some fool said he has been try- Ing to fatten up a batch of Saddlerocks with cornmeal You might as well try to Invigorate flowers with cornbeef hashBut it Is a common error to be lieve that cornmeal or oatmeal will fatten oysters I continually find oy stcrs with their shells stained with those grains It makes mo laugh As a matter of fact thoro Is nt such thing as fattening oysters All you can do Is swell them up with water precisely tho same as water rwells n sponge You put them in fresh water which being loss dense than tho salt they aro accustomed to- by tho principle of osmosis penetrates and distends their tissues gives them as you might say dropsy For my part I dont like fattened oysters I want water In my oysters no more than In my boor Not Fully Equipped- I tear said tho observer of ovon ji that public sentiment is not with us- a strongly as lt used to be Never mind answered Sonator Sorghum you can let that matter walt until after the campaign funds are cqUcctod Public sentiment Ir valuable In Its place but It doejnl carry any chock bopk WHY TRAMPS DRINKIIDr Den Tramps L Reitman Gives UK objection that the charity worker or tho casual passer has In glv Ing A tramp mon ey Is that ha will uso It for drink Many of the men who apply for alms have a distinct odor of liquor A man came to my hotel and asked for help I gave him a quarter and told him to see mo ikJ again lie returned the next day and asked for moro money I naked him about It Ho said ho had used tho money I gave him for food and lodging and had spent nothing for drink but ho said It Is true I havp boon drinking however some ao qualntancos paid for It And bo add ed It Is much easier to get drink than anything olio Ho told mo also that he had been out of work for six weeks and had been without means yet he had consumed a great deal of liquor every day As head of tho Brother Welfare as sociation In Chicago for two years 1 had heard this story many times It was easier to got a drink than some thinK to eat 1 decided to fled out how It worked for mysalf I started on my Investigation equipped with a list of 1M saloons In Now York city whoro Ovacent whisky Is sold I was dreed u a ragged tramp I first tried to beg drinks from the bartender I found that tho average nun behind the bar refused drinks to tramps he did not know but old timers patrons of the saloon had no difficulty In getting drinks free or on credit and as I was unknown I tried another schema I approached the man standing In front of the bar and began a conversation with him We had hardly been talk lag two minutes when he Invited meIto have a drink and another Pretty scorn another man joined the conver alien which happened to be concern Ing the navy He too bought drinks After each of the men had bought sev era rounds of drinks I said to them Friends I am hungry and have not therorwlhcomplained to the bar tender the lat ter promptly ordered mo out I In the next saloon I asked a man for a match Ho Invited me to have a drink Ho told mo ho Will from St Paul anti when I said I was born there ho became qullo friendly or 4red more drinks and naked BIO to l show him the town I consented of course When wo reached tile street I suggested wo go to a restaurant aaII had not oaten all day Is that so said my nowly acquainted friend ox ruse ma and be took to his heels I purposely staggered Into the third saloon and bumped Into a man stand Ing at tho bar I mado my apologies very humbly The man laughed and said Thats all right have a drink After the second drink I said Old nan I have no place to sleep can routhelp moT I am sorry my toy j I Im broke myself was his anwerfThis schema I tried not only barrel houses but In a number of first jltbeIt Is therefore axiomatic that any man tAlkative or pleasant can get drunkIIwithout price And without cost 4 TEMPERANCE AND BASEBALL Successful Playlng Only Possible Where Liquor Is Tabooed Hal Chase tho famous first bunJman was advocating teetotalism among the ball players Ho argued well and In tho midst of his argument ho told a story Leroy Vigors a friend of mine ho sad turned up to play In an amateur game with a skate on When Vigors stopped to the bat ho smiled n silly smile and said to tho umpireJ bats and three balls bore What am I to dohlcdof- lit the mlddlo ball said tbo um pire Hut Vigors struck out Durn ye Vlgorc said a coachrwhy didnt you hit tho middle ballIlike the umpire told you- I did says Vigors with an In jured air only I hit it with lbohieoutsldo bat Washington Star An Important Dec lon Tho Georgia court of appeals tins banded down an Important decision In tho ruling that the solicitation through the mulls of orders tor ln6x looting beverages In another stale as well as In Georgia Is a violation of Georgias constitution Judge Russell who handed down tho decision do dares that a titato may punish such a violation of Its laws without Infringing upon the right of the United States government to control tho malls of the country i E I The Passing of Brickville By Joseph N Quail ee ICopyright by 8hor tory Pub Co I Tho destiny of Ilrlckvlllo was de I tided when Ilkoy McGinns chimney caught fire and in that flame the Urlekvllllan hope of a metropolis In upIIlrlckvlllo didnt realize it at the mRYiq town was easily got con trol The place hadnt progressed as far as a fire department and It would not have helped matters if it hbd A tipsy cowboy who had been sampling rikoys hardware vaulted to tho back of a wolfeb looking cayuse yelled a few times In hearty Montana fashion and then swung his rlata at tho chim f ney As the noose foil fair about the stack of bricks ho dug spurs Into thb sides of his mount and mado a run upbn tho rope The chimney camo down with a crash tho tire was out the fate of Drlokvlllo was written That is why the town does not ap pear upon any map Hut If ever you havo ridden over tho Northern Pa cIt c you can probably recall a long and narrow valley to the north as you passed out of the Had Lands of Dako ta lute the pad Lands ot Montana That Is whero Ilrlckvlllo stood The soil all about Is hard and dry and red and thorn II no verdure Not anywhere In sight Is there a tree Tho side hills are seamed with black stra ta and the rains have carried stains from these and streaked the valley with them on both sides of the muddy Ittlte stream which winds away to tho south The bleak strata are seams of bltu ml now neat and It was In ruining this coal that the IlrlekvllHatM made their living There is BUll rah In these croaks Imt the people who worked them base drifted away sal on the site of DM town prnlrle dogs awl coy c ii s and rattlesnake hold annual eon ventions which never adjourn- If my plato ever fully justified Its tram that place was llrlckvllle At the lw ht ef Us prosperity It had ex elusive of sfeeds BId stables 87 one story batMlnKB Including the railroad tattoo the saloon and the tonsorial parlor and every ono ef thorn was of Uffefc even tbe sheds There were t pUmtits who looked forward to a ktrttk courtbouse and a brick jell aid but for the flro in Plkoy McGinns chimney those aspirations might have dI played perhaps the UrlokvlllelIte collision with Urlckvllles sense of i propriety and tome of Its letters were dislocated by tho shock Ho had been gold dining In tarnish Colum bia and no tine had inquired very closely Iota the reason of his coming fro a gold to a coal camp It would Uve established an uncomfortable precedent Out he wont nosing about the wreck of that chimney as he went nosing Into everything that happened In town and Fred Ritchie who con ducted the tonsorial parlor which was ncrcM the street from McGinns saw him suddenly dart In and pick up a broken brlok Now Fred and Succotash lied said tome unpleasant thing to oaeh otherI once upon a time and Fred bellov ing that Plerro was courting trouble promptly ran in for his gun but I when ho canto out Succotash was no where to bo soon thattly deotarad it to bo tho work of tlant eye McCafforty his hated rival In the hardware business Mac denied this In vigorous language and a gunplay was Imminent when tho whisky agent happened along and announced a reduction In rates by the barrel and then they had a drink and or Ii I t dorcd half a barrel each and too If J hatchet was burled Uut war was on hotter than over next day for the remainder of Plkeys louse brinks had disappeared In the night Pikey swore that Slantoyo was planning a cheap extension to his gin mill and Mac retorted that ho would be a fool Indeed to go around picking up hoodoos that had fallen from his rivals leaky roof Then each lot a shotgun and stood itoutIn front of his saloon waiting for the other to come along And the result of this was that trado tell off In both places for UrlckvIIIInna know that shotguns scattered their charges and they refused to slake their thirst when there was a chance that a stray buckshot might next moment spring t them aleak So it was that business Interests Induced thu rivals for a sec sad time to declare a truce and then tho town breathed easier and drank oftener A week later Succotash was a pas senger on a westbound express with a ticket to Glendlvo In his hat band And the next eastbound freight brtUghl In a very scarce article some lumbar and a heavy Iron roll er marked with his name On his re turn ho Installed the roller In tho brick Aback where ho slept and put a big padlock on tho door What ho did In that placo was tho town mystery Hut ho wad Hush of money ana ono day IIP caused a sensation lie became I h t L the owner of a saloon having bought out Plkey McGinn taking bar stock goodwill and building Then to tho greater surprise ol Hrlckvlllo ho promptly sold to Plkoys hated rival everything but tho build ing Pikey swore It was all a putup job and left town In disgust Succo ash said It was because ho Intended to tear down the old house and put up n better one And tear down the old place ho did and ho carted the bricks away to his mystery shedlo store them there until ho was ready to build ho said Uut the only thing that Pierre built at that time was a wooden water trough leading from his well to the brick shed Most of tho day and all of tbo night ho locked himself In that shed with his secret Those who passed In tho rear of the place de Glared that they could hear him grind Ing something and because of a pool of red water which had accumulated near the shed they thought It must be the bricks Now Fred lUtchlo was one ot those who regarded Pierres conduct as most suspicious Ho gave a good deal of thought to the mystery of the shed and the tearing down of McGinns sa loon and finally he recalled having seen Succotash grab that piece of brick and make off with It Then It occurred to him also that It was Pi erro who had caused all the trouble between Plkoy and Slanteyo by steal ing the chimney And one day when Succotash was down In town buying provisions Fred sneaked out the back way ot his shop with n bit and stock and bored a hole In the mortar be tween the bricks of Plorros shed to dlseever what his secret might be As Plerro worked that night Fred had his eye glued to this hole and noted what ho was doing Next morning his neighbors wore surprised at finding that Illtchlos chimney had fallen during the nlgbt and they wore astonished to see Fred tarrying the bricks Into his barber chap and piling them up with great care He wasnt going o havo there stolen as Plkoys wore ho told them And as thoy passed by tho shop later In tho day and looked In they saw him pounding away at the brinks breaking them Into bits and scanning each piece carefullyOne his customers was lot Into the sucrot and another chimney fell Tho secret was a secret no longer Succotash had found gold In tho piece of brick that Rltchlo had seen him dart forward to pick up and ho had found moro In the bricks ho had stole en from 11 key With tho proceeds be had sot up nn arastra In the shed McQInn Saw Him Pick Up a Broken Brick and In this ho was grinding gold out of tho bricks of Plkeys dismantled saloonRitchie and tho others found scales and grains and specks of gold When tho chimney bricks had been ground up the witH bricks followed and In ff short space ot time Drlckvlllo was a town nt tents again Then It was announced suddenly that Succotash and Ritchie had patched up their trouble and that Pi orre hall sold his arastra to Fred This was followed by Pierres departure from town Ho has made his pile tho Hrlckvilllans said to one another The coal pits had boon abandoned for tide new method of gold mining and Ihero wasnt a whole brick build ing in tho placo when a freight brake man ono day brought a startling piece of news Into the town Succotash bad bought a claybank In Basin and a brickyard as well and he had astonished tho good people of that nook in tho mountains by con voting this claybank Into a gold mine and this brickyard into a mill In which to treat his rich clay for the gold uldnot bo freed by ordinary process ot placer washing Then Ilrlckvlllo collectively kicked itself for not having thought to trace out this brickyard before the man from Canada and the Urlckvllllnns folded their tents and wont scurrying away to tho mountains to search there for other claybanks that were studded with nuggets of gold SIBERIAS MANY LARGE CITIES They Are a Surprise to the American Visitor Ono is continually surprised at finding such large prosperous cities in Siberia writes Prof G 13 Dlakcslco In the Boston Transcript Omsk baa some C5000 Inhabitants Ob 25000 Tonuk 75000 Krasnlaruk 35000 and Irkutsk 60000 In many ways how over they still show tho crudeness of frontier life In Ob hardly a house Is over ono story high and tbo dust in the unpaved streets lies some inches thick On the outer hand thero is a largo number of schools In the coun try Tomsk Is tho educational cen ter besides being tho largest city It has an institute of technology and a university of some reputation which is attended by several hundred stu dentsAfter traveling for days over the level monotonous plains of tho west it Is a pleasure to reach tho borders ot tho hill country which stretches from Krasnlarsk sumo hundred miles on to Lako llalkal In ones first en thulium one is tempted to exclaim that Krasnlarsk Is one ot tho most beautiful cities in tho world It cer tainly is charmingly located remind ing ono of many a town on the Rhine It Is built In the valley where the Iatacha flows into tho great Yenisei mountains on every side and the high banks of tbo river above and bee low Seen from a distance with its many church domes glistening between the hills it makes the most de lightful picture of all Siberia- A further ride ot a day and a halt through this bill country much of which Is heavily wooded with a thick growth ot pine brings ono to Irkutsk which after Tomsk is the largest city in Siberia It is In many ways a very attractive place Its main streets are paved and It Is lighted by electricity It has three dally papers a largo then ter a handsome art museum a tech nlcal school a theological seminary 26 churches and one of the most Im posing cathedrals In tho whole em plre Thero are two or three factories In tho city ono of which Is a porcelain establishment which turns out most excellent work In strolling through the business streets ono Is surprised at tho groat variety ot goods displayed In the stores especially at the real ole fiance of tho silver and jewelry assort ments There are many American wares to be seen kodaks sewing ma chines typewriters gramophones reapers tools from Massachusetts canned fruit from California canned oysters from Maryland In some of tho show windows were pyramids of boxes of an American food product each with u Russian label and a repre sentation of the American and the Russian tinge Irkutsk Is over 3300 miles from Moscow a distance greater than that which separates San Francisco from New York yet It is only twothirds ot the way to Vladivostok Bloodless Warfare English travelers on tho frontier between China and Durum recently found tho various villages at war with ono another One traveler George horrost writes Tho men of JIJI were at war with their neighbors and Indeed wo watched the progress of tho fight during our llflln The cause was tho theft of some maize and a whole army corps consisting of CO warriors had boon mobilized These fellows with their grotesque ornaments of sliver deer horns pebbles and cowries their blackened faces their lowing hempen robes their war bows five feet long their war swords five feet long and their broad oxhldo shields five feet high moved In n lino beyond their village The enemy occupied a position higher up on the hill and a fierce bombardment of opprobrious epithets was main tamed but neither side got further than swearing and stringing bows un til the time arrived for the afternoon meal when tho combatants dispersed to their respective homos A Personal Opinion The constitutional dislike to giving an opinion on any subject which had always distinguished the Gorhatn tam fly reached Its fullest development In Abel Gorham lie could scarcely bo persuaded to express his mind freely about anything still less about any person Yet he managed to preserve a reputation for keen discernment- I really wish youd tell me what you think ot young Hobbs said one of the summer residents Come M Gorham I mean to glvo the young man n lift If hes worth It Mm said Mr Gorham with his usual deliberation When you come to lifting anybody that can be lifted la wuth lifting seems to mo As to Pete Hobbs Im expecting haIl turnout just about such a sort of a man as I take him to booI dont know as Im called upon to speak any platnern thatYouths Companion Mourn for Dead Octopus Now York has just finished its offi cial mourning for Jonrock This Jon rock was the pet octopus of the city aquarium Jonrock wont to the wick cd metropolis with four companions from the Bermudas Ho was the last survivor for his companions drooped one after another and their multiple arms ceased the restless task of grabbing everything in sight A military funeral was given Jon rock Tho flag on the aquarium build lug was placed at halfmast and other marks of respect were displayed It was tho plan to sprinkle tan bark in the harbor to deaden tho nolao of the ships but this was abandoned The obsequies were as peaceful as possible under tho circumstances I sassier David Grieves for Absalom Smttj School Ltnoo for Nov 8 1908 Specially Arranged tor This Paper LESSON TEXT 2 Oamuel 182433 Memory verse 33 GOLDEN TEXTA foolish son il a grief to his therProv 1725 TIME Three months utter our last lessonPLACEJcrusalrm and Mahan aim a fortified town east of the Jordan near the Jabbok memorable for Jacobs wrestling In prayer Half way between the Dead sea and the Sea of Oalllee The Ephralminday of Mahanalm Comment and Suggestive Thought The day that David left saw Absa torn taking possession of tho throne Rejecting the shrewd advice of Ahlthophe he waited till ho could gather a great army with which to ate tack and overcome his father This was fatal David and his two generals the greatest In all Israel planned and organized their forces for defense only so far as David was concernedAbsalom reigned three months and during that Ume not one good thing Is recorded concerning him He Will as great a failure as a king as ho was as a man and for the same reasonhe was selfish lie wanted to be king for his own pleasure lie had no kingly alms or Ideals Apparently selfconceit was the rea son why he followed lIushals advice for that wily enemy of his put before him a picture of himself at the head of an immense army like a worldcon queror and all the nations as It were singing Hall to the Chief Among many other significant de vices some beyond tho seas have a picture of a man with a fullblown bladder on his shoulders another standing by and pricking the bladder with a pin tho motto How sudden lyt hinting thereby the sudden down fall of all worldly greatness SpencerA selfish In his inmost soul can never attain true success Selfishness ruins health ruins conscience ruins JudgmentAmidst the scattered fight Absalom was separated from his men and as bo fled from a party of tho enemy the mule on which he rode carried him beneath the low branches of a spread ing terebinth and left him hanging by the head probably In a forked bough Perhaps also his long thick hair got entangled but there is nothing to sup port the common idea that be was sue pended merely by the hair Josephus says distinctly that Absaloms hair was entangled Tho first soldier who came up spared his life because of the kings command and went to tell Joab The unscrupulous chief hurried to the spot and thrust three javelins Into Absaloms heart There was prob ably a true regard for the king and kingdom In this act of Joab lie knew that Absalom could not with safety be suffered to live and that It would be difficult to rid the state of so foul a member at any other time than now when a Just right to slay him bad been earned In open battle Kitto Absaloms body was cast into a great pit and a great heap of stones was cast upon him either in detestation of his memory or as a mon ument to distinguish the place- V 33 Went toptu the chamber To be alone In his sorrow Tim deep est sorrow treads the winepress alone And wept Tears are the safetyvalves of the heart O my son Absalom Tbero Is not in the whole of the Old Testament a pas sage of deeper pathos than this Tho simple beauty of tho narrative Is ex quisite we are irresistibly reminded of him who while he beheld the rebel lious city of Jerusalem And thought uponItselfCook Would Ood 1 bad died for theo So Moses Ex 3232 and so St Paul Rom 93 would have sacrl possiblehtoAbsaloms stead was no mere extrava gance of grief- Absalom and Ills SlnIIe was young ho sinned with his whole ua turo he kept on sinning to the end with no hint of repentance with no ale leviatlon of character He did not repetit even as much as Esau who regretted the consequences of his action with strong crying and tears verytorribla eddylikefalls but it was brief it was not tho main current of his life He repented and all his after life showed sinners pOBIIlblUties has been a sermon for almost 3000 years on the tender mercies and for giving love of our Father in heaven Absalom from out the faroff past Is dull pointing our modern youth to certain grert lessons his career teaches us 1 The way of transgressors U hard 2 Tho success of the wicked is short and then he IB like chaff which the wind bloweth away Not coiuld nrlng that the successes of too roo1f hand wicked form the first rod of their cnastlseraent 3 Sin Is sometimes attractive at first but at last It bltcth liko a her pent and stingeth like an adder 4 The way lo truo success is not through disobedience to parents 5 No failure IB so terrible as the failure nf a life no ruin like the rum of k sonl 6 The death of the wicked Is lighted by no ray of hope 71 They that sow ho wind shall reap the whirlwind ypa lass Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all- Over I 6G instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOON- SI i special teacher for each grade and for each main So many classes that each student can be others likeIhimself where he can make most rapid progreIWhich Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these 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 otc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Eun andIACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course BO that a young manImay secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 courses with Latin Gor man Algebra History Science etc fitting for collegeICOLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon etch student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bern In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come romItho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Berea live in College buildings and r assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train tar and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 a week Some who need to earn moro may by writing to the centsIbefore coming secure extra employment so aa to earn from 60 one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etaTarylwith different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the bent but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps 1 and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost P LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent i for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring EO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This IS paid but once and Is returned when 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 ot teachers all our Instruction Is a tree gift Tho IncIdents Feo for most otudents Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 2250In ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 567- 5SPRING4 weeks term for thoso who ntuet leave for farm work 940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examU nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 32950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term = 945 REFUNDING Students who leavo by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance la made for any fraction of a week I On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unox plred traction ot a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidental tee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When 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 Is January 6 1909 The first day ot Fall term is September 16 1908 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife taker the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like n thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razorsteelnnd a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings m subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you aught to hue Q 01 GREAT BLESSINGS n Continued from ant page Winchester Tho Eastern Kentucky State Normal at Richmond dismissed for the afternoon and many of both students and faculty were herethere was a large delegation from WI I Chester and also from London and Corbin Among those from out ofI town present were The Rev J II Hleronymous ofI Primrose Ky tho Rev Alfred 11 Smith of Bollovue Ky tho Rev C A Gostett of Irvine Ky tho Rev and Mrs Isaac Messier of McKee Ky with a party of five the Rev J L Weber of Mt Sterling ICy ollss Lucy F Jones WuHoo China tho Rev and Mrc J D Redd and J C Lewis president of the Sue Benne Memorial and Mro Lewis ct London Mra F P Day the Rev F Hardli and the Rev and Mrs H V Escot of Corblii Ky Pres H 1C Taylor of Kentucky Wcsleycn the Rev O W Den the Rev and Mrs Wm Cumin 0 W Hedges tho Rov J R Phelp the Rev nnd Mra C E Crafton tho Rev and Mrs O J Chadler nnd Ben Crutcher of Winchester Miss Roling Mra Roan and E C McDou gle ot the Eastern Kentucky Normal the Rev and Mrs Hugh MeLellar Mayor Clarence E Woods Mr and Mrs R E Turley and tho Rev C A Tague of Richmond There were eight members of the Chapman Alexander partyDr Wilbur F Chapman Mr and Mrs Char lea W Alexander Mr Robert Hark ness pianist Mr Naftzger soloist Mr G T B Davis a nephew of our own Father Rogers journalist and organizer of Uie Pocket Testamen League Dr Zartmcn secretary of the ChapmanAlexander Missions and cf the Wlnoaa Lake Conference and Mr E H Booklnger Mr Alexanders priv ate secretary The party arrived Cincinnati at 14 Wednesday fromI weeks hard work and fast travel remained till the midnight train Thursday night when it left for Knoxvllle It had been hoped that the part would remain hero for meetings Fri day morning but It was finally decId- ed to go to Knoxville whore Mr Alexanders relatives live After IJ Ingle service there they will go tc Louisville whore they will be over SundayWhile it is never possible to pul a financial value on work of this kind still such men cannot live here andI board in Heaven and it is customary to pay them their expenses at least and often to give them an additional sum in recognition of the good they accomplish This visit to Berea how ever which was made at Pres Frosts request and entirely for tho sake of a the work which could bo done among the students was put by the evange lists on a different basis and they refused to accept a penny even for their actual cost to get here Indeed they went the other way and made a generous contribution toward the sup port of some students in whom they became Interested so that their visit has been a blessing without money and without price POINTS FROM THE SERMONS It is difficult to describe the wonderful power which all who heard Dr Chapman felt In his words or to catch in print the mighty spirit which stirred thru his address The power was felt by all cultured and uncultured rich and poor who heard him and all agreethat they would give much to Bear more from him Both his manner and his voice lent weight to his words and all together they carried convict ion such as is seldom felt in any public addresses The editor of the Citizen felt him self unequal to tho task of keeping a record of these sermons and often was kept from taking notes that ho should have had by the absorbing in terest bu felt in the addresses and he feels that ho must apologise for tho meagerness of his resorts lie has tried at best to catch simply a few of the great sentences tho master preachIerThe first sermon was preached Wednesday afternoon Before begin ning It Dr Chapman said that he had come to Derea Instead of to a largb city where he was invited at the same time not only because of his long acquaintance with and admiration for Pres Frost but because Mr Alexander felt that If they couldI say or do something that would the students or teachers hero would accomplish far more good than they could In the great city The first sermon was on the A Picture of Jesus Christ from tho text Ps 458 All thy garments smell of myrrh Mid aloes and cassiaout of I the Ivory palaces Ho spoke flat of Jesus coming to earth out of tho ivory palaces of His giving up everything there for us He knew why He was coming lIe J know all the agony of Gethscmane II t A t all the agony of Golgotha and yet lIeI came to it out of the ivory palac- ti be your Savior and mine Tho shadow of tho trace Dr Chapman said was over Him from Bethlehem He then spoke of the attributes of Jesus shown in the text the myrrh for sweetness aloes for the bitte ness of Ills life here and cassia tor healing for us lie told of the wonderful power of Ills personality and Bald ho wished to swing the garments f Jesus before us so that you can know Him so that you can touch Him in preparation for the night serviceOno other point he made in tho se1 mona rule for Bible study lIe said that the thing to do was to put tho picture of Jesus together rtrstto learn to see Him as Ho Is and that all the rest religion and every thing haveldoneAt the night service the subject was Tho Surrendered Life nnd the text Dout 119 And we came toI Kadish Barnca The talk was about crises how to every man at least once comas tho chance to go over In to tho Promise Land but that If hoI falls to live up to his opportunity must wander In the Wilderness Her are a few sentences from the er monIt was not enough for Jesus to die No man has yet been saved unless he definitely personally accept ed tho blood of Jesus- I suppose there has never been a Christian yet that got started toward the Land of Promise but that some of his old sins got In the way like the Red Sea But there is a way of or caGoJestut Christ It is a great great thing to yield t6 Jesus and lot Him have all thor Is It isnt any question of who you are or what you are If you yield to Him hell fill you And when lie fills you Its wonderful After a wonderful story of tho work done for Christ by a girl saved from tho strootaI said Oh Lord If j You can take a girl from the streets and till her full of the Holy Ghost You can fUMn I blteved it then and I believe It now He can fill m and He can fill you Thursday afternoon the subject was Responsibility and the text Solo mOM Song 16 They have made i me a keeper of tho vineyards b mine own vineyard have I not Among other things ha aald koptI Some of ut may feel that do good without having our right and sometimes we succeed in I tho estimation of men when in our hearts we know that we have failed I miserably It is so much easier to be a euc ceu in public than In private to teach a Sunday School olase an hour aweol than to go back to your home and lead a careful pure consistent Christ an life Would you stand fearlessly before Sod not only In the light of your serIviceGod line made you and He has aIilan for you In life and if you fit to It your lifo will be a great one matter where it may be noI If you have fitted into Gods for your life thats the secret of Power There is no such thing es Power unless your life fits in with lads plan I It there is a father who can do nothing but make his boys life right If there is a mother who can do noth ng but so walk that her family will now that she has seen Jesusthats Power and God will use you PleaIsurehis in a but was saved beenI IlostThere Is not a woman who so low but that the blood of Christ will save her there is not a woman so high but that Blood will ring her far greater happiness than iho has ever known He told hero the story of a woman gray haired who bad been entertained by kings positionIad been a that she had more real Joy In that day than in all the rest of her life before I IThe Christian life can go down to l the lowest and reach up to the highest Thats your fieldthats your vineyard Are you working IU I If our Ideal Is highif our effort 18 great for him tho the work Is small and Imperfect He runs His lagers over It before it reaches leaven and makes it perfect We have all failed And you ministers have lost out too You thought there was a substitute for theory of Calvary and you tried to- tell another story Or perhaps deep own In your heart there Is a secret sin- I 91 you have a secret sin I wish to tell you two things First God will forgive you Second if you have failed to keep your vineyard it you have failed a thousand time God still loves you and wants you to come back At the evening service the subject was Tho Power of Influence an address on soulsaving and tho tex- lII Kings 2340 And as thy oorvant was busy hero and there lot he was gone And tile ICing saldSo thy Judgement Is for behold thou ItIof tho most powerful of the series of sermons yet wIth little that can be put in typo A few sentences follow God is always bringing near us people over whom we have some infli ence but while we know they havo immortal souls we trifle clsewher And one day wo shall have to stand before God and answer for It Every ministers business every mans business ought to be to savo souls and If wo are busy hero and there trifling God will sure call us to account for it And finally this old Book from Genesis to Revelation It throbs with His love He hasnt ghel you up and your mother hasnt POCKET TESTAMENT LEAGUE Probably no feature of the ork lone here by the ChapmanAlexands party will accomplish larger perms ont good or have more lasting offeet than the founding of the Pocke Testament League on Thursday morn- Ing The organizer of the league vas Ur C T B Davis who first told of the growth of the league and his own part In it and the blessing which he- mmo from it The league has no meetings or dues membership cot lists simply in a promise to make Jt a rule to toad one chapter a day from the Bible and to carry a testamen In the pocket all the time Tho idw rue started by Mrs Alexander am the told of how It had grown out of her effort to save her friends in the school she attended when a girl and uf the trequtnt reference to tlae rrlptures In that work Mr Data talk was II plala OM- but powerful He told of thetferil that came from his tint paneaa l iriatian work of how ho adopted toadys plan of speaking toIrses rsoa ovary day and finally beau Int to arry a testament for Ids ewi tIM sad flnaUy to mlr any away 10- lie people he was working with lie- told of the great results that 1MI bMt1 aeeompHabed by Ute use of tMtanteDtof making 17 eenvertB oa a ttaamahlp comlnc aero the ocean of Inducing every member ot the ore of the train that brought him to- Derea to join the leacue and of many her instances of great work balag done He then said that hewni to organ 141 such a league among tho students hore and that thru the genaroaltjr of- Dr Hubbard of Auburn N Y who wal hero three years ago he wits able to give to every student who would Join a small pocket testament Some 676 students marched forward and took testaments Joining the league Tien members of the College Convocation were invited and praett cnlly all Joined Finally It was an ounccd that the testaments would be- sold for a small sum to any others who would Join the league and in a tow minutes the entire supply wnl haunted In the afternoon eowlon other box of books was on hand an f these only five were left making together about CSC that have Joined the league as a result of that morn- Ings talk COMMENTS ON THE WORK I The following expressions of appreciation of the work done gives per hap3 better than is possible in any other way an adequate idea of the- good accomplished Dr Chapman and his party arrived In Birca carlr Wednesday afternoon and loft Thursday midnight for Knoxville During thlo stay of less than ilrtysix hours they gave a spiritual ipluso to nearly two thousand souls anll quickened the work of God in ClghtA Institutions of learning and above fifty churches ForBorea College we are especl ally grateful In our rapid growth there is constant danger that our religious traditions will not be main tam ed and we need fresh seasons of consecration continually Practically all our students Joined the Pocket Testament League and between thirty and fifty entered upon Christian hopes and life for the first time I am sure overy college worker feels a personal quickening The means used by our leaders wero very simple The music repent- line the simple strains like an an them put us all In a childlike and receptive state of mind The earnest words of tho preacher simply quickened our resolution to do what we knew it wan our duty and privilege to I do and made the blessed truths s e all believe seem more real and vivid There was no attempt to give new views of tho truth or remove lutolle tual difficulties The mere opening of our minds to tho steady rt truth already accepted did tho workl and wo found the old time In the old time way Love and all the other Christian graces sprang up afresh In our hearts And thus nil burdens are lightened all tasks glorified and all faith strengthened lJvery one of us will love more enjoy more and do more because of this conference for the rest of IWm+ I What la the secret of the power AlexanIdormen of high ability but that does not give the explanation The answer must bo that they have complied with Oods conditions and have been filled with tho Holy Spirit whoso mission Is to give a holy Ufa a loving heart might faith heavenly guidance and dlvln power They have sought the old time blessing In the oldtlmo wayi The same Is true of Mr Davis The are holding back nothing from God It Is not generally known that Di Chapmans physician has told him that working at his present rate ho has but two years more to live Know fag that fact ho is not slackening his pace He can say with Paul For tome to live Is Christ and to die IS gain A E Thomson The Rev Mr Brandenburg who has been so occupied with the mooting In hB own church that he could not find time to prepare a written state ment wished to express his heart I appreciation of tho great work done which ho feels far excels tnythlnj rover accomplished hero in a slmllai time Many letters of approbation of tho work done by the evangelists have been resolved It is Impossible 10 i Tint them all but the few that fit low are especially notable resident Frost Mra Lewis and I want to osprota- i Nest we rusty our seeteeet otitfgaUo- i B ra Collage for the trat provide Ia bringing Dr Cbftpman and Mr Alex udder to B rea and In so geutroutl tearing with us and others the great doting whisk hnKIL11You Prln Sue Bennett Memorial London Ky II asunder It one of the Wrest OI ortnnltlM of my life te hays attend- d the Chapman meeting at Berto Your Institution conferred upon the Teat multitude present pUMwre and sting blessing It would be impose ble to aatlmato the degree to whisk ihrlstlar life and often wore stlmu ited by the ooeaslon In behalf of our own Institution and myself prep lly I with hereby to extend our cor 1111 thanks for making It possible fore to hear Dr Chapman and his of cleat tMlpors Fraternally H K Taylor Prs Kentucky Wesleynn College My dear Dr FrostI cannot tell =ou bow rauith I enjoyed my visit to loren It van a great privilege to Tarn with jou tho blessings of the hapmanAlexander meetings It JU- Ian uplift to my religious life and will have a powerful effect In my preach Ing I hope you can have something like It every year as it is Impossible to estimate tho good that will result from such services Those of us who wero there this year I am sure will want to be with you whenever you CIIln offer a similar spiritual treat RCVJ L Weber Mt Sterling Ky 7 I Among the many letters of appreciation that have been received by Pres Frost was one of special interest from a dozen young ladles in Winchester saying Having so thoroly ijoyed our day at Bcrca we want to thank you and through you all who were so kind to our party for the courteous treatment and lavish hospitality extended to us We consider tho trip a rare privilege and wo assure 7eu It has made a lasting Impression on us all Wo thank you sincerely fir the opportunity which we enjoyed SURE FOR TAFT Continued from tint Pire 1 local option laws and In each state the Democratic party is fighting for the repeal of these reform laws So If Bryan tho Champion of Reform the Christian Statesman etc Is- coing to win It will bo at the cost of reform In three of the Greatest lllates In the Union Of course reform is likely to have a hard time of It once In a while but what a position this puts the Peerless One In Incidentally It Is announced In Wat irsons own sheet tho Courier Journal which is supporting Bryan that the gamblers of Now York have raised a corruption fund of 500000 to carry that ctato for vice and of this Bryan will get the benefit How nloo his talk about buying elections docs sound Tho important thing for us is tho way Kentucky will vote and tha will depend largloy on the Eleven There are a good many old line Democrats who will vote for Taft this year and only a tow Roosevelt men who have gono for Bryan so thl1t there will be a strong gain for tho Republican party and it the Eleven doss its aharo the state should glvo Taft about 0000 Political experts say that It the Eleventh gives Taft over 20000 the state will be sato The Louisville Herald claims that this state will go Republican by C SOO It expects good gains in Wet ern Central Kentucky with a 0000 majority from the Eleventh TAFTS RELIGIOUS VIEWS A leading Democrat ofvths town has posted a clipping from some paper attacking the religion of William II Tnt and some few people have boen worried about It Wo are glad to be able to give tho facts Mr Taft is a member of All Souls Church in Washington to whleb Pros John Quincy Adams John C Calhoun Henry Clay Daniel Wobsto r Justice Morrill John D Long Geori Ilanorott Rear Admiral Hvans anll tho Rov Dr Bdwnrd nverett Hal Chaplain of tin U s Senate belong or kayo belonged The ArtWes of Faith of that Church dailar N follows Those ohurahee accept the roUc Ion of Jem holding in accordant with Ills taehug that practical reliC Ion U aumiRtd up IP left to God aIM love to ntan While this may not be a orMd whisk vita eo of na it oertalnl- bettarIi than that of Ororw pew laud the Democracys last prwewt- wtto WM rot a Christian la any war- aad made no lain that he Mrvd God- TIM abowa that Ibis attack oa T4- lea Mtthag to to wilt ratbjloa bat i limply a party dodge aa tbn vt so Mgr of say Democrat NeWn hmlaiid bsoatw b wu sot a Carte La Alp H Is worth NoUdag that Mr Tan raJlgkm has worked oat wet prod win in him aa flue a oINuHter r JaM appeared Valor the Aseerieu pa1e alMa tho day of Abraham Li- ealaeotber raga Jaaa by DamoBra wbo was a member of BO bush And flashy we ire not etoetfc a- putor but a statermsu sad Taft au- MYera1 thus i much dalessrasibII- S Mr Bryan PRIZE REPUBLICAN ESSAY Why the Republican party ahowU 1 iceeasful la November IThe Party of Bxpanalou Th Hepubltcan party was fOHad Upoll the prtaciplea that tills govern lent war oatablWiod to protect for an lines the rights and opportunities of very individual from abridgement Ihot principle It has sucoasafully maintained Through the Civil War It con crated a reunited country to fri Bnd equal American citizenship It baa kept the channels of Interstate Commerce open for all and through thi National Banking System tho refund Ine of the National debt the roiump tlonof specie payments the Cold tandard and the Emergency Currono Iaw has sustained the life ourran national Intercrlty 10f As trustee of the National wealth It has Investigated mineral regions irveycd soils developed waterways eluding the Panama Canal Irrigated osorts conserved watersheds and usbondcd the public lands Protecting imorlcan labor by regulating limnl ration and by taking at tho Custom- House to pay American taxes foreign ipltals advantage from low wages It has preserve to American Indus tlros the homo market of eighty millions of tho worlds greatest consumers and so laid the surest basis for American competition in foreign markets Uniting capital and labor thus In a common prosperity and common cource of Increased reward it has created opportunities improved con Itlons of employment brought about a higher ctaodard of living and more Jdcsprcad distribution of wealth nd- woll being end made expansion moral as well as material- Intrusted with insular possessions It has brought them peace and ro gress and provided for tho extension and protection of American trade for the National defense and for the onorable discharge of the rcsponslbll Itles of world greatness Maintaining penco at homo with foreign nations and among them it has given American right and American opportunities aw moaning throughout the nation nnd throughout tho worl- dnTllo Party of Progress and Pros- Perity Promising pVogrees and prosperity lit has been politically sincere It has bad a candidate of a section prejudice or class nor a platform ot negation scheme of repudiation pro doeIllalr reaction and retrogression it has stood firm for evolution by constant steady and enduring progress Klntl butte giantbore flourishing un link supposed conflict of State and National Law the double prohibition I of oxlstirco serving but to foster their develo tent It has never in an attempt to destroy trusts with protecIthrough nxtoutlvo Investigation DUd resort to courts resolved the conflict which had nllonced law and given trusts existence It has never proposed to advance American workngmon and American Institutions by banishing American In duttrlos arch budding up those ot other landu and scorned to Insult la bor with an illusory promise of Im munity from law Yet It rUled tho Pure Food Law and tho Employers Liability Law secured equal Aceomo tlatlons OR railroads and aided Agri culture created the Civil Service ea tablished Free Rural Mall Delivery reduced foreign poctsc aid increased pensions Continuing naturally marked out prcgroei It will keep its pledge of Tariff readjustment Currency I Reform and development of tho Merchant Marine and make the United States the financial centre as It has made it the Industrial center of tho worldnlThe CoMtruetlte Party U Or gaalMS the National Will In the evolution by which party governmttat has baeomo the extra CooatltHtkiaal seethed at Mcarlng rea- poaMItblllt1 to the people the Repub I lean party has b eame their tradlt tonal raprcaaautlv aid Ute flame I static party time orgaataed aMratlon lof inaivMvala tar power wtthmit re poniiuillty Fairly Irtasd from 1114 ta 111M tlM two DMBOcraUe Howe aad i the Demseratte Proudest were a wild taaar aad a hal a driver moerwsy agtUtaa local 4ttlrm a I rttbllcantatt organise tile Nedra at ides la IMS the people were e- odIM ta Ute sense at hamaa libertyI he Idea of Liberty sal Uala exceeded tar Ibe tint time tile tlte- reality of tbs American aatlon la Jm moMy WM eomaUttd to a- lipetle basis spick wa at essee in tU 1IN ao Jsuge sought sad gs vrn I neat botch weal to a pramlam at the dnnd rate of laUreat la 1806 bue- ltni ma woes again committed to fMMhlor a alagl L slue WAS oaeta prosperity set la sad In ten- ease bank doUa almost trebledai- eeeteeeit gilt which tM reeetst- stare a uU 0I11 sow eemplele J y dltpelled searcely teaehed In 1000 intat WM aommltted to fair meth 011 without eotaputeloo violations jrgly eased The RtmMlan party at each Ilod MMtnded the public conscience the National pluse framed IU jfelt In reopens nnd realized in kw Uw dominant American Idea the onatruetlvo pMt natures Its construct he future It Is today aa it always baa Men Tin Party fit to Govern IVThe Party of Statesmen The party of Statesmanship It has been the training school of statesmen Jta policies have been forged In the heat of public discussion tempered in thft deliberation and shaped In the onfltct of many trained minds and Fawn and finally wrought for tho conn rys welfare Dominating lie members trough principles It assures unity In ivornmont Its stAunchest partisans ave made the greatest contributions National progress Tho roster of Ita leaders Is the national roll ot honor of public serviceI Vlaft and Sherman Constructive landldatoa A Constructive Platform Republicanism stands today for pro TOMlvo policies In safe bands By i solving tho constructive problems of world power In tho last two cdmlnls ratlons William II Taft taught tho world our capacity and us his own In all constructive legislation for twent years James S Sherman hasten a leader In the records of tho lopubllcan candidates aa well as In the platform aro written tho story of the nations progress and the reliance the future 10fA Democratic President or n Demo Houzo would turn back those i ages thereafter Bryanlsm would record Destruction This the Republl CUD Senate could not prevent Under Taft and Sherman and a Republican longrcsa the great progress of the past will bo held and the greater pro Less of tho future will bo assured FOR SALE 16 acres or good land one and a halt mile from Derea Ky Four room box house and a 30x16 barn and goodI garden Price 500 Joe Williams Berea Ky it- I tqJ I Thet Porter Drug Co iNCOirOSATSD PHONE 12 BEREA KY S oooeoeoeooeooeoeo080oeoeo oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeool o 0 Berea and Vicinity 1 e- o 0e- o c GATHRWRD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- o 0- oooeoeoeoeooo oooooenooooeoooeoeoeo DR BEST DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Dr and Mrs Anderson ot Amherst Mans who have been staying with Prcs and Mrs Frcet loft hero Wed nesday peon to roturn to their homo Dr Anderson preached In tho Union church Sunday morning The protracted meetings which are going on In tho Baptist Church are having large success and the building la crowded every night They will continuo thruout the week Mr and Mrs Noble Hill ot Wood stock III have teen visiting their daughter Carrol who Is In school and have been entertained at Pres Frosts They returned home leaving hero Tuesday Mr Jones who has been visiting herWer Mrs Cowley lilt Monday for her home Dew greatest showing ot ladles and childrens coats will be displayed Nov IM This sale will last only tHree days Dowt wait mattl It Is too late Mrs L It Baker The Hen lam Cull who spoke In the interest ot the HepoblloM tick et here Jut WedMMtoy nlchl made one et the moot eloquent aiUrotees hoard here this yew lie ridiculed the MMgr proteertots of Bryan MM part outoriy taking up Iris motto Shall the pcocrte rale told of how UTJTHB oars to title tM to help IB Ute theft from the necwbltcMM of tile ottloes to whleli toy had teen fairly elected by tN peapto sad had wired oon gralafeUoM to Ute West Virginia con vention that resolved to disfranchise the o laMe he declared thief he WM pwrt to say that HO IlepuWt GAR or Metro WILl a sight rider A party of tUrty vat people mostly living on Dooms It west tan day for a plonle to Mallory The party Included the families ot J It Baker J K Baker Albert Powell W L Harrlsm B T Harrison M D Bawl ing and John Fowler There wore married by the Rev M 1C Ptueo net week William Lunsford and Mary Llssle Williams both ot Be rea Their many friends are wishing them the best ot luek Dr Cowley wont Tuesday to McKee to assist the doctors there In per farming a number of delicate opor ations chiefly In eye work Gen LoVant Dodge Department Commander O A It returned last week from a months trip on which ho visited posts In a dozen counties of Northeastern Kentucky Ho travelled over 700 mllei visited three regi mental reunions organized five new posts and scoured twenty recruits for old ones This week he Is working along the lino of tho L Jc N i Southeastern Kentucky I will have three hundred coats for ladca misses and children every r sizes style and color at ray special cloak sale Nor 6C7 Mrs S R Baker Ono ot tho boat snake stories on record comes from tho farm ot II T Blcknoll on tho waters ot Red Lick and the boat of It lo that tho story Is true Mon wont to work recently to clear a small thicket In tho Qarrott Hollow and before they got thru plno rattloonakcs and twenty copper heads had been killed Besides clx or eight more havo been killed near there this cummer The Womens Industrial Society opens at tho Union Church Friday October Mr and Mrs S R Baker wore In Louisville last week Miss Anne Sopor of Kingston was tho guest of her cousin Miss Margaret Wallace tho first ot tho week Mr J 0 Harrison has boon very sick since last Friday- Joe Bender and Chester Treadway who played on tho Transylvania foot ball team here last Saturday stayed over Sunday with friends Dr Alson Baker ot Dear Wallow was In town Saturday Mr Green 11111 went to Lonlsvlllo last week on business- A J Smith was with homo folks the latter part ot last week Mr James Wallace and wife have been tho guests ot Mr cud Mrs E B Wallace tor tbo past tow days a C Qatllff of Gatlltf Tenn was In town last Friday for a short visit with friends J W VanWInklo of Mt Vernon Ky was in town tho first ot the week J J Wood of Conway was In town Tuesday onbusiness The Rev J P Blckuell ot Hazel Green was In town over Sunday Leslie Bloknell who had been very III for tho past few months died last Friday night and was burled in tir heron cemetery Saturday Ills mother and friends have the sympathy of all who knew him Bishop W F Mallalleu one ot the leading bishops of the Methodist Church will visit Borea next Tuesday Ho will preach In tho Chapel at 1100 Tuesday afternoon and will ad dress the students at Chapel Wed nesday morning The elution returns will be receiv ed Tuesday night In Ute Chapel a Kpoetal wire being run from tho stat loa There will be public speaking and other forms of entertainment to fill IN the time between bulletin adIFOOT BALL One ef the IlK football games eve- rpea In IHrea WM played last Saturday with T U which last year had second teak In the state The teams were almost evenly matched for weight and T Us speed In the bask field was balanced hy Herats strength In tile line Neither team played a name which sited It to win over tho othor Kaeh had tho hall In tho two halves for fifty plays and eaoh made about the scale gains480 yards for Berea and 4 14 for T U but Berea was pen allzed thirty yards moro and so ondo atmoct oven Borea was stronger on straight football gaining 147 yards to T Us 1SI T U gained mostly on kicks and tho use ot the forward pass tho In this she lost often only three I ot her eight attempts being entirely sueeoesful On line plays Borca aver aged nearly two yards more gain than her opponent did and on running play yardIwas a fine one to watch tho there were few spectacular plays Once tho ball got within eight yards of Barons goal but it was on a kick and tho homo team soon put It out ot danger This was tho only time either side bad a chance to score tho onto In the early part llama carried the ball over halt tho length ot tho field on straight rushes only to lost It finally on downs Tho ono sensational play tor T U was a trlpple pats which yielded 46 yards Bercas only star play was when Ellis got the ball on a tumble and covered thirty yards before being overhauled I The Bcrca town boys played Cald well High School at Richmond Monday Tho game was hard fought Score 00 Borca kept the ball In lychmonds territory most all tho time Only twice did Richmond gain her distance onco on a fumble and once on a fake Richmond kicked to Berea and tile ball was rushed down the field to their five yard line Bcrca kept tho ball near the goal during the first halt but could not put it over I In tho oecond halt Beroa kicked to Richmond Richmond failed to pet the ball In Bercas territory Tho Borea boys played a good gamo using tho forward pass with good I gains four different times I FARM FOR RENT Good farm at Brasstlold For sale or rent Possession given at once Apply to W D Logsdon Berea Ky or J P Logsdon Panola Ky FOR SALE House and lot Corner Jackson and Elder Sts For par tlcul rs address me at Disputants KT Mason Anglia 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 andvegetables 1 THE CLEAN STORE IK 1R pvatbev Successor to Golden Oroccrg Company pbouc 184 main Street Opposite Gttl3Ctl OfflCC 0800oeo0o080080eo-ea 0 I College Items I 0 0- s HERE AND THERE o 0- 08008000oe080oeoeoeo Prof flame Whlttomore Bogga S W Qrathwcl and Herbert Henry went last Thursday to tho Internat ional Bible Study Conference at Col umbus 0 returning early this week Miss Brown who has been teaching In the Model Schools will leave soon to take a position In tho Xenla 0 Homo so that she may bo nearer her aged parents nor place will be filled by Miss Adelaide Bell who was hero In 18378- Halloween socials will bo hold by all the oollego departments Saturday nightDr Anderson of Amherst Mass ad dressed the students Sunday night and Monday morning at Chapel and the Convocation Monday night Tile winter limo schedule will BO Into effect Sunday Do not forget the change ot tiny ot all evening appointments and the hours for tho ringing ot the belL AOJUCTMENT FUND PLANS Dr Bond and President Frost nit lilted by Dr Thomson Prof Kirk Smith of Lebanon and Mr Drown a recent graduate of Flak University have besjHu Rn active eamiAlgn In the iHtereett of Ute new colored school aNd AdjMtnwt Fund They held very sttcossotul meeUncn at Klrksvllle Fri day night In the Olade church Saturday nljrht at FartKtown Sunday night at New Liberty Monday night at Pey tontowa Tuesday night and will go to Hammonds Creek and Clark Co next week Immediately after election Prof Dlnsmore and Mr Brown will go to begin the oaapalgn in the western part ot the state with headquarters at Paducah Dr Thomson 13 going to begin the Adjustment Fund campaign In Louisville It hu can obtain leave of abscise from tbo Union church and Lark Smith in tho southern part of the state President Frost will begin tho work among the white people sometime In tho last part of November- On November 6th there will be a 7thIat on second meeting at Paris DAVID MCCOLLUM At tho meeting ot Capt Jas West post Oct 24th being at tho time in joint session with the Womans Ro llof Corps after feeling remarks by fourteen members of the two bodies tho following statement and resolut ions wero adopted On tho 19th ot Sept 1908 tho very day on which was held our reg ular meeting our beloved comrade David McCollum was called away to a better life The next day many ot our comrades learned tho sad news and were able to go attend his fun eral and burial at the cemetery In Cartersvlllo Garrard County Seven teen old soldiers stood around his grave and took part In the exercises Now bo It resolved PUBLIC SCHOOL RALLY A public school rally and exhibition will be hold at Mallory Springs school oh Friday night Oct 30 The full program Is not known but Prof Lewis and Mr Combs from Be rea will take part Much credit is duo Miss White tho teacher for get ting up this meeting and every teacher should follow her example By such meetings as this people are awakened to tho need of school Im provement and led to do something for the cause All who are In reach of the meeting should attend Ah exclaimed the good old soul observing how cheerfully the laborer whistled as ho tolled youre contented at least Im glad to see your work Is not beneath you Quit yer klddln Indy replied the laborer Im dlggln a trenchVPblla dolphin Press iS I I 1 That In tho departure of Uncle Dave McCclluiu we lose one of our bust citizens most faithful postmem hers and earnest Christian mIlD 2 That his death In tho fullness of years like a shock of grain fully ripe reminds us of tho sure and rapid ly approaching end of earthly life for us all and admonishes us to be also ready I 3 That to tho bereaved widow chil- dicn and other relatives ot the departed comrade wo extend our eve and sympathy that a copy bo furnish ed the widow of the deceased and that we ask for their publication In the llama Citizen LETTER OF THANKS I arrived at Berea October 3rd and began revival meetings en the 4th Every soul seemed to havo caught on fire from the Holy Ghost and we truly had a Heavenly time White an colored filled tho church each night to witness the operation of the Holy Spirit Wo came down on the 21st with 18 happy soulc and left many on tho anxious seat At the close the Roy II C Baker notified his people what to do and thoy presented to the writer with glad hearts a liberal sum of money and things such as towels handkor chiefs and fruits of many kinds whl b the writer received with groat Joy Among the givers were Bollards 1iltes Kennedys Gentrys Walkers Millers Rice Stygalls Blythes flak ers Scuddars and Goodloos and many otters whose names could not bo re ntwnbered May the blessing of V Great Head of the Church crown 1 Rev II Co Baker and his church with I treat success I remote your humble servant In Christ Rev B S Rawlings Public Sale We tho heirs of Thomas P Hulett deceased will on Saturday Nov 14 190S on the promises two miles from Baron on the Wallaceton pike in Madison County Ky sell to the high est and best bidder two tracts of land asfollowsTRACT NO 1 contains 42 acres lies upon It a four room box house barn good spring water good garden orchardIcontains 97 acres land 25 acres tim In pasture HasI i upon It a six room double Ipg house with all necessary out buildings and largo barn also an orchard and well watered land Will offer tho two farms separately i then as a whole and whichever way they bring tho most money that bid will bo accepted J E Hulett J N Hulett E T Hulett W P Prcwltt I AuctioneerPublic I Sale I will on Thursday Nov 6th 1908 at tho late residence ot Mrs E J Wallace deceased where I now live on the Wallace Mill turnpike 1 miles from the Richmond and Lan caster turnpike 2 miles from the thriving village ot Paint Lick In Madl son County Ky sell to tho 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 Commls stoner of Madison County will cell landIj Paint Lick bottoms and has upon It a largu brick house which sets upon high ground with a beautiful rolling I front yard good out buildings good Ice house good cistern and lasting stock water Wm Wallace Paint Lick Kentucky W P Prewitt Auctioneer Berea Ky- WANTEDTo hear from Sydney Griffith or Sydney Gllllland or his I heirs last heard ot In Virginia i Vfy F Champ Executor of W A Griffiths estate 55 f CORRESPONDENCE Continued from test Pate- able purchased a fine colt from Ceo Bcgley a tow daya agoMrs C s Wyatt has sold out to George Bcgley and will go to southwestern Oklahoma to make his homo Mr W P Minter and wife of Travelers Rest were tho guests of John Brewer Wednesday night Mr H H Malaous was at Beattyvllle Monday on legal business Earl tho small son of Mr and Mrs P S Trcadway Issick with fover Minter Day of Blake was the guest of T B Venable last Saturday George Bowman of Hcldleberg was tho guest of his brother Drown Bow man of Vincent last Sunday night Isaac Botner la now building a house on his sons land near Travelers Rest Mr S P Caudell will spend tho winter In Cincinnati and other cities The small child ot W H Vcnablo who has been so low Is much Improv edJudge S Isaacs was at Vincent Monday on business Harvey Mar cum has neariy completed his new dwelling ISLAND CITY Island City Oct 23A meet horri ble accident cccurcd lato Wednesday evening DaugU Cornett ot Sexton Creek shot Creety Morgan in the face The bullet entered her face under the right eye coming out on tho left side of her neck She died at 5 oclock this morning It is c ported at this place that there Is a two hundred dollars reward for the capture of Cornett J C Morgan town marshall of Beattyvllle brother of the murdered woman reached this place late last night At 7 oclock Thursday It la said Jasper Carmack struck Elias Neeley In the head with an ax handle It Is reported tha there Is no hope for his recovery ESTILL COUNTY rot Fox Oct 2GWo had a little rain Friday tnt not enough to raise the springs and streamsStanloy Pucket from 111 Is making his home at his uncles N E CurttsMr and Mrs Frank Sheerer of Ford visited N E Curtis and family from Friday till Sun dayMrs Anna Click visited Mrs Sally Moberly Sunday Tho singing class at till plaoo meets every wed nosday night Rev W I Peele filled his regular appointment at Sand Hll SIa1lIoener Kelly camo from Station Camp yesterday L Flynn announced Sat urday that ho is down and cut ot the race for Jailor Old uncle Wm Stone was hurried Sunday weak ago He leaves elgut or nine children and a great many relatives to mourn his loos Reub Packet Wm Hall and Wm Woods started to Winchester yesterday with some Wood Is golnc to movec1tUoArthurI Is going to log this per part of tlhl county Boso Halls children from Irvine visited hore I last week Join Hunt of Ford and I Miss Mao Johnson of our tcwn were married recently H Hunt and famly IOlghbOr1hoodlIarorton son and Jno P Stone purchased a saw mill from J Tharp and Sons rf Winston They will set It near the mouth of Drowning Creek KOLON Elgon Oct 28 Saturday last was Teachers Association at Pine Grove Several teachers were present Judge Faulkner spoke at Pine Grove last I Friday In the Interest ot his race for Circuit Judge He Is gain lug votes every day James Lunsford will preach the funeral cf Henry Rogers at Cave Spring the firs Sunday In November I 0Utter Hamilton O Oct 2GThe dry sea son continues In this part of the country There has been no rain since July except two or three light showers The Miami Conference ct the UnIversalist churches met In Cam don 0 Friday The annual conven tion ot the Epworth Leagues ot the Dayton district ot Cincinnati conferen ce opened In Llndenwald The biggest Republican rally ot the campaign nt this placo was held Friday night at tho Coliseum under the auspices tf tho Republican clubs of Hamilton Tbo speakers were Hy Davis of Cleveland State organizer ot Republican clubs P M Logan of Gloucester Mass National organizer of Republican clubs and Col WS Rogers State fire marshal Tho tobacco barn on the farm of Edward and James Loos near Alert 0 burned Friday 6000 pounds of tobacco valued at about 2600 and partially covered by Insur ance was destroyed The grand Jury reported Thursday It was In session 11 days examined 320 witnesses In vestlgated 112 complaints Ignored 70 and found 42 true bills of Indictments Ruck Cottongame a Kentuckian was Indicted for murder In the first degree for killing Famish Arnett at his Cut tongamea home on last Labor Day i t S POLITICAL NOTES Democrats Already Crying Fraud They Are So Sure of Losing Nothing to Back Their Charges Labor Drifting to Taft Another Clevland Letter Altho Chairman Mack ot the Demo cratic National Committee ctlll claims that Bryan will bo elected by a land slide tho chances of It are growIng dimmer anti dlnmer every day Every forecast made every straw vote taken show that Taft Is gaining fast and oven tho bigger Democratic papers admit this In spite of the Democratic claims it Is evident that they know that they are beaten for Bryan and the party leaders and now beginning to cry fraud arid bribery r Probably very tow people will be deceived by this cry for It has been heard many tlmen before but It Is always worth replying to Some Demo crats go so far as to say that a fund of 10000000 will be raised by the Republicans to carry New York Ohio and Indiana Others make less extra vagant charges but all are to tho same tune All say that they expect to win but that If they are beaten It will be because of the money Also they say it Is well known that those states can be bought and that the Republicans can get the money Now If the last three things are true the Republicans will surely win Also they will only need to one of those three states becaJso that Ij will give them a sure victory This shows tho Democratic Inconsistency But of course there is no truth In the chargeIt Is simply to relieve the feelings ot men who know they are beaten I Here are a few ractsTho Republi can candidate Is known as one of theibest men In America and there never been a doubt as to hlq honesty Tho same Is true of Roosevelt TheyIchose the men who are running the campaign and they chose them for their high characters and both Hitchcock and Sheldon are known to be utterly above any such dirty work Then no corporation can legally contribute this year and It has been to get money from any one so thatMtho fund is much smaller than It has been for twenty years Finally money lis not needed In those threestates for they are all Tafts already accord ing to tho best Information and the confidential reports made to both party organizations Parker made the same charges four years agothey andfIndignantly denied by Roosevelt there has never been a single lilt of evidence to show that they were true while the whole course of tho administration has proved them false There is not a single reason to believe that they are any more true today than they were then But they do show that the Democrats expect to lose IDna thing more as Is shown In an other place In each ot those three states named Bryan has on his side almost every corrupt element while under the Republican standard are all the elements of reform If there Is any dirty work done according to the records ot the leaders of the two parties In those states It will be the Democrats who will do It Another feature or the last week has been centered about the famous Cleveland letter attacking Bryan After an Investigation by a New York law yer tho letter Is said to be a forgery and tho man who sold It to a New York paper has been arrested At the same time there has been printed a personal letter from Cleveland ton friend in Washington about the authenticity of which there Is and can be no doubt In which he says the same things This makes It seem likely that tho other document ta genuine and that the attempt to prosecute the man that sold it was only for campaign purposes The drift of the labor vote away from Bryan Is growing stronger John Mitchell expresident of the cunl miners has denied that he Is supprtlong Bryan and other leaders have done the same Many men who early hi the campaign were taking it for granted that Taft had been an cueiii of labor have looked liP Ws record and will vote for him It Is not likely that Taft will lose any labor votes which have been In the party Mr Tafts voice has begun to nut fer from his long tours and he bas had to give up some of his speaking appointments Chiefly he has spokes I little except Indoors FOR SALE 16 acres with buildings and orchard oft Paint Lick pike II miles from Be- ma Good land Price 3SO Call on or address Disk Williams Berea Ky t55ta J i n The Citizen ft fiall Iewspapsr fir ell that It rlfM true and Intiraitlnf r btUncd cr fT ThntMty st sans fj BEREA PUBLISHINO CO Incorporated tanly Frost Editor and Manage Subscription Ratos FAYABLB IN ADVANCE hit Yttt l IU Months f- flirte Months Ie aed money bj roIollct Of Rapreu Mosey Ordtr Dart Refiatttcd Lcllrt or eo s1 Iw Mol stamps The date ifttr Tout amt n label show l whet date your tuDtcflptloa U paid It III not chincrd wilM tbie woks rtes teoswl- sadly n- MltlnjI umbers will be gladly supplied II we are Fine premiums cheap with new tatocrlpUoni and prompt renew It send tor Premium Lilt Liberal terms even to say who oblU sew for ut Any out tcodlnt ui tom nrly subcdplloanuredevtTbsCiUulrn Mr himself for one yar Advertising ate on sppltetles Ytka Op KKNTCCKY PRESS Ab6OCIATOM 1 A London scientist declares tnat cheap cigars are tho least harmful There Is less tobacco In them W suppose The value of agricultural machines and Implements annually imported by Siberia amounts to about 10000 000 rubles 5160000 The total Income of tho London bar Is put at 780000 a year As there are about 2500 practicing members tho average Income is 315 The wealth of Now Zealand accord ing to recent statistics is 1480 per person and Is said to bo the highest of any country In the world Many important drainage projects are under way In the marsh land of Louisiana which will ultimately make It a great agricultural country It Is better to hunt up some girl you went to school with and ask her than to trust to the advertised affin ity no matter how well recommended abe comes London has 20000 empty houses The suburban movement and tho ser rant question are held responsible Conditions are pretty much alike the world over A Cleveland man swung his right on his wife because she had not spoken to him for three months Some men never know a good thing when they see it In a recent campaign of the French In Madagascar 14000 men were sent to the front of whom 29 were killed In action and over 7000 perished from preventable disease Tho medal for honesty goes to tho man in La Crosse Wls who hunted up the heirs of a woman to whom he had been owing a board bill for 25 years and paid It in full when the last brewery is being torn down or turned Into a breakfast food factory we shall hear the deposed brewer vociferating that prohibition does not prohibit So much for the power of habit There is in Cincinnati a poet whose wife does not become wildly excited when ho writes love poems and dedl cates them to other women Some ot our best poets will agree In the opin- Ion that this Is a handy kind of wife to have around The campaign against anarchy goes on satisfactorily In a single week of last month the naturalization papers of 154 men suspected of anarchls tic affiliations were revoked In Chi cago As the men profess opposition to all forms of government they have no grievance In being denied partlcW patron la this government The debaters of Columbia university may have had other reasons than the one which they disclosed for being unwilling to permit the Cornell debaters to mako a young womanone of the coedsa member of the con testing team The stated objection was that of sex they did not care to debate against a woman Since then the young woman has won the first prize for oratory at Cornell In open competition with the men One of the important duties of the next president will be to appoint members of the United States su preme court The chief justice and three other justices have already passed tho age of 70 years and prob ably their places will have to be filled during the next administration Many voters will consider carefully what type of men the various candidates for the presidency will bo likely to appoint to the tribunal by which the legislative developments ot tho nation aro ultimately measured More experlnvr s with aeroplanes and other flying machines are report ed at home and abroad And Prof Alexander Graham Den Is quoted as laying that flying machines have come to stay and that before long they will bave entered upon a limitless field of usefulness As one Indication of thin the professor expects to see the United States mail carried by this means before long If all that is pre- dIcted cOmes to pass says tho Troy N Y Times there will be something remarkable doing in the near future WhyCon- servation the By GIFFORD PINCIIOT Chit of Forestry Department United sure Dpt of A ricnltor The conservation of natural resources has often been taken to mean simply tho of waste It docs mean the saving of those resources whichwe are now engaged in using but this definition is too narrow The of natural resources in cludes both tho of destruction and the prevention of waste from nonuse means not less than saving There are two forms of waste One is such as takes place in the destruction of our forests or tho waste of our soil from washing There is no better example of this form- f waste than the frightful anti wholly unnecessary forest fires which in the last few months have caused the loss of tens of millions of dollars in property and many human lives Another illustration l9 found in the enormous loss of fertility which the farmer ButTers by the hashing of soil from his best fields into the water courses to pollute their currents clog their channels and entail large expense for its removal The other form of waste is far less but no less real When we allow the tens of millions of potential in our streams to go to waste for lack of use we ore breaking the law of almost as fully as if the streams themselves were destroyed When we allow the water power to flow unused wo draw and waste fully upon our stores of coal and fuel oils to replace the power we waste by nonuse When we fail to use the rivers for we make huge and unnecessary drafts on our supply of iron and coal It is estimated that to transport freight by water requires less than onehalf as much coal and iron as to transport it by rail uo is waste When our coal and iron are gone they will be gone forever Water power will last as long as the sun gives us rain Let us fix it firmly in our minds that means develop ment as much as it means of waste is tho common sense use of all the resources of this great country of ours for the best good of all the people for the longest time and it demands develop ment just as as it demands the of our resources and their efficient and economical use Lessonof FadedLeaf By REV W C BITTING- Ditraif Great RemainObscure By Save Waste Develop Our- Resources prevention conservation prevention Conservation development spectacular horsepower conservation unnecessarily navigation Unnecessary conservation prevention Conservation insistently preservation Men Many a poet has written of autumn leaves They tell most persons a true but melancholy story of how life budded was green flourished for a summer then ripened turned brown fell and became the sport of winter winds But that is not the tale with the one who makes a wonder ful prayer of which our text is a part II speaks of an inner self that has gone throughmoral expsricncce not physical We are all become as ono that is unclean and all our righteousnesses are as n polluted garment and we all do fade as a leaf and our iniquities like the wind take us away And shall we be saved This man is kin to us all We share his con fession for who is there of us that in serious moments has not said the same thing The truest patriot is a good citizen Every person in our land who tramples justice in dealing with another who crushes righteous ness in civil or commercial realms who in a more idler in luxury whose occupation is degrading to himself or others is turning our leaf from green to brown The shiftless poor and the idle rich the an archist who wants no law at aUand the equally bad anarchist who thinks to buy exemption from obedience to law the bribe givers and takers the criminals of bottom middle and top of our social order all help to tear fromI our foliage tho leaves that are for the healing of na tions Every institution that harms our national life must go if our glory is to stay But there can be no fading nation unless there are faded men and women There is no such a thing as a nation apart from the persons who make it How many a high purpose has become only the acrobat of present moral decline as our low lives turn it over and over as the October wind docs the faded leaf t ADA HAT CHECKER Prophets long have been known to receive honors save in their own land But even in foreign parts ninny of the greatest are relatively without recognition Like the gold and silver and precious stones that arc hidden in the earth and like the impal pable air that sustains our life and like the invisible electricity that docs our work some of the most forceful vitalizing useful of tho worlds citizens are those whose work is unknown whoso personalities arc obscure whose value is not at all evident to the world whom they sustain and nourish with their teeming thought This is one of the findings of Lester F Ward himself a luminous in stance of the concealment of the great I Although the Di01gistsoC America pronounce him facile princeps among them and although there sawn been appreciations from abroad even the foreign scientific circles are largely unacquainted with his momentous contributions to knowledge Ands for the world at large the author of Dynamic Sociology of Pure and Applied Sociology with their epoch making ideas is a nonentity The facts in turn which Dr Ward has mustered in support of his magnifi sent theories are themselves the unrenowned croppinga of innumerable laboratories and almost unknown men scientific invcstfgators pursuing heir toilsome researches with little fame and less fortune apostles al eittof human gladness and comfort priests in the cult of truth and season It is they that discover the laws which lesser minds can apply hat give us our wireless telephones our airships Qur turbines our scrums But the world knows less about the greatest among them than it tells if in every evenings entraactcs above the average chorus lady of the average play less than it chatters every morning about the average fighter n the average ring less than it argues every afternoon about the average politician of the average plank and party JAILS OF TENNESSEE FILLING WITH SUSPECTS ROUNDED UP IN REELFOOT LAKE TRAGEDY FortyFour Taken In Sunday One I Lawyer Who Was With Rankin at Walnut Log Union City Tenn Oct 2G8Qnu lions camo thick and fast Sunday when soldiers sheriffs posses and pri vate citizens who have mobilized here for the purpose ot hunting the mur deters of Capt Quentin llankln round ed up 14 prisoners Including two wom en In tho Ilcoltoot section Tho arrests are responsible for the statement that all but live ot the masked mob who took Capt UanUIn and Col Taylor from the hotel at Wal nut Log are now guarded by soldiers or are securely locked In jails In live counties bordering the seat of trouble Among those arrested are William Pratt hotel keeper at Samburg and well known J D K Carpenter Union City attorney who Cot Taylor charged wrote letters to Taylor nnd Rankin which were Instrumental in carrying them on the fatal trip to Walnut Log William Brewer a GO yearold fanner his and son Carpenter accompanied Rankin and Taylor to Walnut Log presumably to buy timber in the Reelfoot district Instead of going to tho hotel from which Taylor and Rankin were taken by the mob Carpenter went to the homo of his sister and remained throughout the night People In this city who know Carpenter are loath to believe him guilty No charges against any of tho arrest ed ones have been made public Monday with the convening of the circuit court for Ohio county In special session at Union city that sow tion will be under complete domina tion of military rule Five companies of tho National guard will be at the disposal of Col TAtom the military commander to enforce martial law To aid tho ml lltla the adjoining counties have ben drawn on for posses of picked men Should this forco be Inadequate to cope with the situation It If declared that the entire military force of tho state will be concentrated If necoi saryGovernors of several states of tho south have approved of a suggestion of Oov Patterson that a conference of the excutlves ot the different states be held and plans devised whereby they can act In concert In an effort to finally destroy the night rider organi ration Gov Noel of Mississippi dov Pin dall of Arkansas and cloy Wlllion nf Kentucky have already exprosavd themselves In approval of the pro posed conference Practically all of the southern states have suffered to n mere or low extent from tho opera tions of the mysterious organization WITHOUT A WORD Noted Alabama Lawyer Rote From Table and Ended His Life Mobile Ala Oct 26 Edward Mur phy Robinson a lawyer and Demo cratic politician of wide reputation committed suicide with a pistol at his home hare Sunday Just before the suicide ho was seen with his wife and little child on tho lawn During the midday meal he went to his room without saying a word In a few moments two shots rang out and a moment later his lifeless body was found Tho widow was before her marriage Miss Olive Darker daughter of Col P D Darker republican national com mlttooman for Alabama Ssrvla Taking War Measures London Oct 26A dispatch from Belgrade says that the Servian gov ernment has called out all the first reserves and has ordered khaki for the troops 300 Maxim guns and 400 military automobiles According to the dispatch King Peter has Informed the Turkish minister that an at Icglanco probably has been concluded between Sorvla and Montenegro but that this In no way Interfered with the friendship of thcso countries for Turkey Drugged and Robbed Washington Oct 26 Saying she had been drugged with whisky and laudanum and robbed of 3000 worth ot diamonds by a boarder Mrs Char lotte Tracy who conducts a boarding house in Washington Sunday morning asked the police to arrest Allen Lamp ke Six hours later detectives In New York arrested the man With the ex ception of a 500 ring the jewels were all recovered The List Spike City of Mexico Oct 2GTho last spike In the TuxpanMancanlllo exten sion ot tho Mexican Central railroad was driven Sunday It marks the com pletion of the first transcontinental railway In Mexico not counting the line which spans the Isthmus of Tebuantcpcc Killed Dy Robbers Plttsburg Pa Oct 26Hugh McGuire of Camp Hill a suburb was killed by highway robbers between that place and Carnegie McGuire drew his pay and Is thought to have had about 30 in his pocket A New Writing Machine New York Oct 2Gjhe Smith Premier Typewriter Co is exhibiting a new visible ball bearing typewrite at the national business show hero Exports say that It Is a wonderful machine WHEN THE TABLES TURNED Willie Found His Tormentor Then Wanted to De Friends Wllllo Walker was a little 12 year old chap with red hair and a crossed eye And Wllllo Walkers father was just a poor carpenter whose family lived In a simple cottage with unpretentious surroundings Therefore Willie being a poor boy and not of very propounced good looks fell un der the ridicule of most of his fellows at school and about tho streets Wher ever Wllllo went ho was sure to hear some boys voice call out to him Hollo Drlcktop or Hello Sandy pate or Hello there Crooked Lampl And again some tormentor would yell out to him as he went along Say does the world look on the bias to you Sandy Kid And Willie being but a child had not learned to turn a deaf ear to his tormentors la fact he was very much hurt by tho epithets hurled at him and was quite unhappy by being the object of ridicule nut In the town where Willie lived were two brothers Syd and Tom Jacksonwho felt the kindest sym pathy for the carpenters little cross eyed son and who braved tho Jeers ot tho other boys to play with him To bo sure WIllie was not entirely ostra cried by his fellows but was so often made the butt of their ridicule and coarse painful personalities that be felt he had no genuine friends save Syd and Tom Jackson And often ho refused to go on a picnic when he And While Im Waiting Id Like to Speak with Your Mother had been Invited by Syd and Tom knowing that some of the lays would surely spoil his day by poking fuu at his rod hair and croaked eye Ono day Wllllo was lying on the grass under a tree watching the clouds floating overhead and wishing that both his eyes were straight like other bays eyes when he heard a mans voice call from tho gate Nla this the homo of William Walk er carpenter Wllllo quickly rose and replied that It was and that his father was Wil liam Walker but was at his shop In town buiy with seine work Well I can watt till bo cones home for dinner said the man corning In through the gnteNDd whllo Im walling Id like to speak with your mother Wlllio called to his mother who come upon the poreh And as BOOH as her eyes fell on the stranger saw cried out In a happy voice Why If It Isnt my dear brother Jim And then Uncle Jim took Wllllo In his arms and really kissed his frowzy red head declaring that ho was a fine boy and worthy of his relationship But that day after dinner Wllllo heard his parents In earnest conversa tion with his Undo Jim and heard his uncle say Of course It can be done as slick as a ribbon and no harm dono And Ive got the money to pay for it too And it turned out that It was Willies crossed eye of which they were speaking end on the following day they took him to tho doctors IIUIInot use Ids eyo that had been operated on for some days and had to have it closely bandaged lint when the bandage was at last removed by the doctor Willie was the happiest boy In town for now he had two eyes exactly alike and as fine and straight I1a any other boys eyes too As for his red hair bah ho didnt care a fig stout that And to cap tho climax Mad jolly Unclo Jim bought the finest pony for Willie you over saw and a puddle and bridle to go with It or on It I diould say Then you should have seen the way all those ugly tormenting toys did try to get into Willies good graces for they coveted a ride on the pony Besides the report had been circu lated about town that Uncle Jim was a very rich man which wax true and that be meant to give his nephew all sorts of schooling and travel which was true also And to do Willie justicefor he was not a bad boy at heart he did not re ent the way tho boys had treated him In the past but ho never Quito trusted any of thorn savo Syd and Tom nut ho treated even his former tormentors with kindness and made them feel uulte ashamed of them selves Ant to this day they regret having mado fun of the kindest and moitBHieroui boy in the world Wil lie WsukerWMhjtgton Star AN INDIAN MEMO Prize Story by FifteenYearold Do trolt Boy lift hit hit yelled the redSkInned hunters as they came speeding over tho sparkling cataract In their ten canoes Far away In tho south were tho squaws and old men awaiting the return of these braves with meat to last them In times of famine The Indians landed a little below the cata root as night was almost upon them A blazing flro wn made and a chunk of venison sizzled over It Aft er they had eaten they sat around the campflro smoking They wcro as n He Aimed at the Bnakii head atent as the night around thorn the hooting of an owl being the only sound that broke the silence When tho fire began to get low and their pipes needed refilling one by ors tha red men filed Into their tepees to got a tow hours rest All slept well but one That was Tawko a boy on his first hunting trip The day before ho bad tight owed away a hord of deer through his clumsiness Makwo the chief and Taw kos father beat him for It and oven Atklk his closest friend looked at him only with scorn A half hour had pasted when by the dim light of the fire Tawko law a largo rattle snake glide Into hit fathers tepee In n second ho grabbed a BUD and was running to save MakwaB life Ho saw tho rattler crawling toward the mans face Its hand WM already poised to strike Tawko aimed his gun at the snakes load He know well that If he missed fire Me fathers life would not be worth much Crack Taw ko stood tharo his nerves pitched lo the highest tension waiting Mill the smoke cleared away lie then saw a wonderful sight liU father was standing up looking In amaze ment at the snakes headless body wriggling at his feet Taw ko was a hero after that Hli father praised him mush nod bought him a gun a much better one than bo had The proud boy kept the wakes skin and It brought him much iNflk- Ho seemed In years later So bear a charmed life which his tribe declared Will oauicd by his keeping of I this skin Charles Smart In Detroit Kroe Proi A GOOD TRICK Oalance Act Which Will Surprise Your Friends If you are ford of tricks horoi a good one All jou need Is a long steel penny hatpin a hairpin a Rimer ring and a coin of equal weight ai the ring Rend the hairpin as shown In tho picture Placo the coin In the slot made by the bent wire and hang the How Trick Is Dane ring on the book end With A little practice you will bo able to balance tho articles on the end of lice hatpin After you can balance veer well you can surprise your friends bj sunk ing tho combination go round like a carrousol This Is accomplished by gently blowing upon the ring For Memorial to John Dunyan Negotiations for the erection of a memorial to John Dunynn In West minster Abbey supported by peers bishops statesmen and literary per sons have Issued In a proposal by the dean and chapter that the tribute shall fako the form ofa window to bo placed In the north aisle ot the Abbey Thi archbishop of Canterbury promises to preside over the committee Her Assistant Tho authoress ot whom Fllcgenda Hlattcr tells had said that she was very happy in her married life I find my husband such a help she added fervently Indeed said bar friend Does be cook or write n- a Y MEDALS FOR HEOOES AWARDS ARE MADE BY CARNE GIE FUND COMMISSION MONEY TO AID THE NEEDY List of Those Who Performed Brave Deeds Includes Many Real dents of the Mid die West Pittaburg PnTho Caracglo Hero Fund Commission at 1U quarterly meeting Wednesday recognized 48 per Ions as having performed acl heroism deserving recognition undorI tho rules governing tho fund provided by Mr Carnegie Each of these per sons was awarded a nodal bronze allver or goldAnd a number of them wore also awarded cash for educa tional and other purposes Tho cash awards made amount to about 140000 Following are tho award made l1iFredorlck Qoebcl PUtsburg silver disablement fund and 760 towards purchase of home Keith A Catto Decatur 111 stu dent bronze medal Erwin J Ilollor Manchester Mich bronzo modal and 12000 for education Edward A Blbcr Lansing Mich bronze medal and 2000 for educa tionWilliam A Schneider Colwoln Ian payIngWilliam A Cross Grand Forks N D bronze medal Judion 11 Lamb Cleveland 0 bronze modal- OeorlO S Mason Toledo 0 bronzo medal and 1500 for purchase of homo Charles R Leonard Elyrla 0 bronzo medal and 11000 for purchase of homo Edwin A Crollns Chicago bronze medalFrank F Berg Peoria III bronzo medal and 12000 for education Jens W Jensen Oak 11111 Mich bronzo medal and 11000 for home Walter 8 Shear Tecumseb Mich bronze medal August H G Hanson Owatonna Minn bronze medal and 2000 for ed ucation Walter IL Cotter Cleveland 0 bronzo medal and 1000 for homo John F Carroll Cleveland 0 bronze medal and 1600 to pay mort gage on homo Adolph LaCrolx Cleveland 0 bronze medal ne11500 for education William H Baker Cleveland 0 bronze medal and 500 for education Olaf A Young Viola Ill bronze medal and 1000 towards a home Jacob C Cuter Cassvlllft N J bronze medal and U60 to pay debts William N Williams Alpharetta Gas bronze medal and 1000 to pay debts William Walsh Bowlckloy Pa bronco medal- Samuel H Jamatson Chicago bronze modal- William J Rbelnfrank Milwaukee silver medal and 1000 towards homo John W FraIn South fend Ind bronzo medal Hershal E Eaglobargcr South Bend Ind lost life trying to save drowning lily i bronzo medal to Henry F RIlebar r his father Marlon It Lux Lincoln Neb silver modal and 1000 towards home Phllo G Plummer Lansing Mich liver medal 600 disablement bone fits and 1400 to pay debts Helen I Stapp Indianapolis lad silver medal and 1000 towards home Franklin H Holdrldge Neponsot III sliver medal Ward W Bennett Glen Haven Mich silver medal 1000 towards homoJoseph C Barr Joplin Mo silver medalEarl A Ames Olathe Kaa silver medal and 2000 for education Thomas A Herrman Blue Mound Kan sliver modal to J P M Herr man his father Hollo W EasUnnn Harrr lCsn dl ver medal to C W Eastman his fa therMlnno L Mfyors Rlverton Wash sliver medal and 1000 for loss sus tamed In fire MarIe V B Langdon Teltma Wash silver medal Frederick Hlsor Hesa L hitch ell ver medal and U50 disablement bone sits Patrick McAleer St Louis sliver medal to Mary McAleor his widow 50 a month and 15 a month for minor childrenCharles H Cosgrove Center Point Ind sliver medal to widow 50 a month and as for each minor child Max SUOKB North Manknto Minn silver medal to his mother Eloanora Suoss 30 a month and 5 a month for childElbert W Gibson Rivordale Mich sliver medal and 150 a month to his widow and 15 a month for each minor childAugust Schultz Bralnerd Mich sil ver medal and 160 a month to his widow and 5 a month for each minor child Dee Moines Women Not Indicted Ashland qThe grand Jury Friday failed to return Indlctmenta against Mrs Stein and Mrs Bayard of Dos Moines la in connection with tho Stoln Porter murder case declaring the evidence Insufficient Nebraska Bank Looted Omaha Neb Cracksmen raided the state bank at Heartweli Kearney county Nebraska Friday and secured 3400 Explosions aroused tho Inhab- Itants of Mio town but too late to In torccpt the robbers I j cot TAYLOR IS UNHARMED ESCAPES BY BOLD DAbtt TMJM THE MASKED MOD Plays Possum Under tog Tennesieo NightRiders Believing Aged Attorney It Dead Depart Tlptonvlllo Tenn Unharmed save numerous scratches received In a 30 hour trip through unfamiliar woods and the fatigue Incident to the trip without food and tho montal strain Judge n Zachary Taylor reached here Wednesday after a miraculous escape from night rulers at noeUoot Lake who murdered his partner Capt Quentin Ilankln Col Taylor Wednesday told how they wore seized by tho masked men andcontinuedThe of tho mob talked with us tolling us we wero associated too much with Judgo Harris and wero taking entirely too much Interest In tho lake Ho saM that tho courso of Harris and the West Tennessee Land Company in prohibiting free fishing was causing the starvation of women and children and that something had to bo done- I never dreamed that the mob In tended us any harm but Just then they throw a ropo around Capt nankins neck nnd swung him to a limb Ho protested and said Gen tlemen do not kill moo and the reply of the mob was a volley of CO shots Thin was tho first evidence of any Intention to harm us and when the firing began I jumped Into a bayou and made for a sunken log Behind this I hid and the mob fired several hundred shots Into the log They evi dently believed I was dead for I hoard one of them say lies dead and lot him go and with that he rode away- I remained In tho water until after tho mob was out of hearing and went to an island In tho lake where I re maine all day Tuesday At night I started out and walked all night com Ing up to a house at six oclock this morning TOKYO FETES COME TO CLOSE Scene of Entertainment Is Changed to Yokohama Yokohama Tho series of Incom parably brilliant functions which have characterized Japans reception of the American battleship fleet came to a close here Friday night with a dinner on board the battleship Fuji the guests of which were confined to the American ambassador rear ad mirals find other officers Thorn was also u brilliant reception on the battleship Mlkasa to which all the prominent Americans here were Invited with the accompaniments of an Illumination of tho fleet fireworks and torchlight processions on shore Rear Admiral Sperry endeared him self to the Japanese people by per sonally attending the funeral of Gen Count Nodzu and placing a wreath on the casket Later a luncheon was given at the Shlbn palace and the ad mlral accompanied by his aides walked from tho palace to the Shim bash railway station passing along the Olnza the principal street of Tokyo which was massed with people Tho admiral was recognized and aim most mobbed by tons of thousands of enthusiastic people but everywhere was treated with respect Thousands sought to shake him by the hand and the ovation lasted the whole length of tho street Tho stern old admiral evi dently was deeply Impressed Rear Admiral Sporry was accompa flied by Rear Admirals Schroeder and Wainwright who with their aides were kept equally busy exchanging greetings MEXICAN PLOTTERS GUILTY Two Convicted of Fomenting Revolu tlon on United States Soil El Paso Tex Charged with tomcat ing a revolution on United States moil against a friendly nation Preclllano 0 Silva and Lccantlo Trevino were found guilty by a jury in tho United States court for tho western section of Texas Friday Benjamin SUva and Jose Maria Hamlritx wore acquitted OB the same charge Trovlno and Sllvo will be sentenced by Judge Maxey The penalty prescribed Is not less than oho nor more than live years Imprisonment Two Die In Wreck of Speeder Oowrle InTro men were killed and five injured one fatally In a wreck of a gasoline speeder on the Newton I Northwestern four miles northwest of here The speeder load ed with nino men of Rinard dashed into a box cur which had been moved from a siding onto tho main line One County Dry Another Wet Columbus O Coshocton county Thursday voted dry by a majority of 594 Fairfield county voted to retain saloons by a majority of 328 Root Refuses Extradition Washington Secretary Root Friday refused to Issue a warrant of extradi lion sought for by Russia In the case of Jan Janet 1ouren SanNoMr Better Indianapolis IndTho condition of John W Kern Jr tho eight year ohh son of tho Democratic vlceprosldcn tlal candidate who Is suffering from Infantllo paralysis complicated by acute Indigestion showed no Improve meat Thursday Inght Wilbur WrightHonored Paris Tho Aero club will give n banquet In honor of Wilbur Wright the American tioroplnnlst on November 5 al which tho clubs 1908 raodli will bo presented to Mr Wright V MAN SLAIN BESIDE BRIDE LOUISIANA TEACHER MURDERED BY REJECTED SUITOR GrIm Tragedy on Train Persons Con cerned All Members of Proml nent Families Now Orleanson her bridal tour which had begun scarcely ono hour before and seated in a railroad coach almost between her husband and a suitor for her hand Mrs Fred Van Ingen Thursday night saw tho flash of the suitors revolver felt tho sudden grip of her husbands hand as the bullet killed and then turned and fought for her life When the girl ap geared about to become tho victim of tho second bullet from the revolver her uncle a man with gray hair but strong and cool under the excitement rushed up and thrust his thumb be neath tho hammer of tho revolver Jamming the mechanism and render- Ing the weapon harmless This was the story which the other passengers on the Texas I Pacific cannonball told when they reached this city Friday but the principal ac ton in the tragedy most of whom are connected with Louisianas lead lug families have so far refused to discuss the matter The former suitor is F S Beauvo of Plaqueralne La at which place ho was taken from the train and placed under arrest The unfortunate hus band was Prof Fred Van Ingen a prominent teacher of Alexandria La and a relative of former Gov Blanch art The brido is the daughter of James M Rborer one of the leading officials of Ibervlllo parish residing at Baton Rouge Beauvo la 24 years old and Van Ingen was 23 Tho wedding took place Thursday at Alexandria Boauve was in town hay ing arrived there It is reported on the same day as Miss Rhorer When the bridal couple left for Now Orleans ho boarded the train also and after a time cat in a scat where ho was fac- Ing Mr and Mrs Van Ingen with the brido between him and her husband Other passengers say Beauvo talked with the bridal couple Just before the shooting and that his manner appeared cordial WARSHIPS FOR ABRUZZI Two Will Escort Him and His Bride to Italy Rome Tho Italian cruiser Flera trosca has been ordered to await the duko of tho Abruzzl at New York whither the cruiser Etrurla also will be dispatched It la understood that the two warships will escort the duke and his bride to Italy The statement Is made also that no member of the Elklqs family will at tend tho official ceremony of the tran crlpUon of tho marriage deed in Rome and that when Senator Elkini visits Italy later he will be given the title of chevalier of Annunciadc German Prince Is Married Berlin Germany Princess Alex andra Victoria of SchleswlgHolsteln daughter of Prince Frederick duke of SchlcswlgHolsteln was married In tho chapel of the Imperial pal ace at five oclock Thursday afternoon to Prince August William of Prussia fourth sun of Emperor Wil liam The ceremony was witnessed by the members of the Imperial family and about 50 princes and princesses of tho minor German royal houses The chancellor of tho empire Prince von Bulow as well as the other high state functionaries the members of tho diplomatic corps including Dr Hill the American ambassador and tho members of tho embassy starts with their wives with about 800 other guests were present Missouri Saloon Keeper Murdered Gowcr MoE J Martin pro prietor of a saloon here was shot and killed by Wood Arnold a road over seer Arnold had been drinking heavily In Martins saloon and wore Martins hat away When tho saloon man asked for the hat Arnold shot him Unwritten Law Plea Wins Lexington rSettlng up the plea of tho unwritten law Mrs Nancy Murrill was acquitted of a charge of murdering Miss Mary Tarry in the circuit court at Jackson Friday I eyw yt JOE JAMES IS EXECUTED Negro Whose Crime Started SprIng- field Riots Is Hanged Springfield 111having confessed his guilt and with a prayer upon his lips Joo James 18yearold negro murderer was hanged in the Sangatnon county jail Friday Chlel Deputy Fred Long sprung tho trap at 1032 nnd In 11 minutes and 39 sec ends James was pronounced dead by Dr J O Salycrs and the body cut down and prepared for burial James murdered C A Ballard a wellknown C P I St L engineer on tho night of July 3 last This crime was largely responsible for precipita tlon of the recent fatal race riot in this city In a drunken stupor he wandered into tho home of Mr Ballard on North Ninth street entered the bedroom ol Miss Blanche Ballard and seized hem hand Tho girl screamed Her fa ther clime to her assistance drove the negro from the house followed him to the sidewalk where a fight ensued in which James stabbed Ballard to death James fled Next morning he was discovered by Bnllarde two sons asleep In the gross north of the city The Ballard boys almost beat James to death Deputies rescued the negro I from the crowd which gathered While James was in jail the alleged assault i by another negro upon Mrs Earl Hal lam took place and tho mob moved I on tho jail- STORM WAS FATAL TO 300 Disaster in Cagayan Valley Philip pines Worst Within Memory Manila Belated reports indicate that the storm of October 12 In the Cagayan valley was tho worst and most destructive within tho memory of living Inhabitants of the valley The omclal figures are not yet available as many places have not been heard from but it seems certain that the number of dead will reach 300 At Aparrl which was almost com pletely under water the American residents headed by Lleuts Treadway and Clark Postmaster FOBS and En gineer Clark formed a rescue brigade which saved scores of natives taking many off their housos which were floating down the river It Is reported that cholera has broken out among the refugees CANNON HIT BY LABOR I Illinois Federation Adopt Resolution Condemning the Speaker Peoria III Speaker Cannon was specifically condemned in a clause in the resolutions which were passed at the final days session of the Illinois State Federation of Labor The clause met with opposition but was finally passedThe politician In labor affairs was kilted when tho convention amended Its constitution to shut out the polit ical delegate who bas forced his way Into past conventions to tho detriment of union labor while attempting to make good with their political bosses Four Persons Probably Drowned Glenn Haven Mich Patrick Hury and wife and Peter Swan son and son havo been missing since Monday evening when they left their homes at North Manitou Islands In a power launch to set fish nets in Lake Michigan A high easterly wind carried the little boat out into the lake Canal Needs 35000000 Washington Congress will basked e to make an appropriation of 35000000 for carrying on the work jn the Isthmian canal during 1910 Killed After 1500 Mlle Walk Lawrence Mass Peter Marsoln 18 years Md of Crawford N Y who received 260 for walking half way across tho continent recently was struck by lightning and killed on a farm eight miles north of this city Confiscated for Being MilLabeled Kansas City MoA largo quanUt- of canned apples and blackberries ordered sold by the United State- Court Friday The fruit was grown In Arkansas canned In Michigan an labeled Michigan grown I 1 Kentucky GleaningsIL Important News Gathered From All Parts iliIMost of the State IL IN OKLAHO4A Alleged Feudist of Kentucky Found After World Search Lexington KyAfter a manhunt lasting fivo years during which search was mado through China theI Philippines and South America Jesse beIIInglocated in a little town in Oklahoma too late to be tried Ho was under Indictment hero and warrants wero hurried to Oklahoma far his arrest A day after they were sent States Attorney Allen in circuit court here secured quashing of In dictments against SpIcer all tho lIar glscs and others connected with Brcathitt murders saying conviction was not possible Splcer was found through John Smith former alleged member of the Hargls clan who confessed to helping murder James Cockrill and Dr B D Cox at Judge Hargls behest Impll eating Spicer and others COLLEGE CHOIR TO ASSIST Berea Students to Take Part In Chris tlan Conference Berea KyThe ilev Dr J Wilbur Chapman assisted by Charles M Alexander will hold a two days Chris tlon Workers conference in the new chapel at Berea college Tho Berea college choir of a hunt dred voices will assist In the musical program Mr Alexander is noted as tho foremost gospel singer in tho worldVisitors will bo entertained at tho collego while tho sessions aro being heldThere will be other conferences held In Kentucky besides the ono to be held at the college Sues For 20000 Lexington KyJohn W Duncan who was taken to Bcattyvlllo last November as a special juror from Mail son county to try B F French Judge James Hargls and others for the murder of J B Marcum and who while there fell off a bridge brought suit against the city of Bcattyvlllo lor 20000 Mystery Clearing Lexington KyRoger thicker or this city Is running down a clew which may divulge the identity of tho man who murdered his brother Wil liam who was the telegraph operator for tho Q lir C railroad and while at his key was shot through the head The murderer rifled the ticket office und disappeared Jury Inquiry Futile Lexington KyThe mystery or tho disappearance of Willis E Smith the State university student who was last seen here a month ago is beyond solution by the grand Jury It has completed the examination of 50 persons including students and professors of the university relatives of the missing boy and others Receiver Named For L E Railway Louisville Ky Judge Walter Ev ans in the federal court appointed Henry Glover receiver for the Louis villo Eastern railway The receiv er was appointed on petition of Wm Love who brought suit for 60000 alleged to bo due him for construction of a branch tine from Anchorage tn Shelbyvllle Ky- Farmers Are Helpless Madlsonvllle KyForest fires which havo been raging In this county several days have destroyed thousands of dollars worth of property The burred section covers over eight miles and fences corn crops and Um ber havo been lost Son Dies With Father Lexington Ky Henry B Johnson 45 and his son 25 were overcome by gas In a well at Versailles near here and died Henry Johnson went into tho well to clean it and was over como by gas Ills son went to his rescue and fell across his fathers body Forest Set Afire Lexington Ky Authorities front Berea Madison county where Bcrca j college la located asked that blood hounds be sent there rur Incendiaries I had started a forest fire wElch had burned over a largo area of valuable forest and was beyond control IsFreedLexington KyIn tho circuit court at Jackson Mrs Nancy Murrill was acquitted of tho charge of murdering Miss Mary Terry The unwritten law was the plea advanced Mrs Mur I rill killed Miss Terry when she found her with Mr Murrill Bya Puppy Lexington Ky F E Bricken took his 13 year otd son to Ann Arbor Mich to be treated for rabies at tho Pasteur Institute The boy was Uiti ten on the finger several days ago by a puppy Next day the puppy died Fell Into Greek Is Drowned Hochenery years antisiras drowned It not known I adr 1 vliU suicidal J I t CONVERSED WITH CLUB ATTACHE Then Stranger Placed Plstel at Hit Head and Robbed the Puce Lexington KyThe boldest holdup in the history oi Lexington oc curred in tho Climax club John Ray one of the attaches was alone in tho house when n stranger entered and took a seat Ho conversed pleasantly with Ray about matters of a trivial nature for n few minutes when ho got up say Ingtor lost 111 in hero and I am going to get it back With this he put his hand In his pocket as it to get out some money but when he pulled his hand out it contained a gun Point ing tho weapon at Ray he commanded him to put up his hands and stand with his face to the wan under pen ally of death If he moved In a rack on one of the tables there was t600 in gold and 1400 in silver and in a drawer in this table there was between 400 and 500 in paper money Stepping over to tho table tho robber picked up the gold aud pulling open the drawer he pocketed the paper money and a revolver that was lying near it He then backed out of the door and was down theisteps Into the street and gone before Ray could raise an alarm FEATURE AND FUNCTIONS I Of Masonic Law In Kentucky Changed In New Constitution tlLouisville Ky Many amendments to the constitution of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons wero adopted In tho final session hero These chango various features and functions of the Masonic law but j contain according to the members nothing especially sweeping Tho chief work of the day teas the informal Installation of the new offi cers and adoption of a vole of thanks to tho Covington chapter for its ex position of giving the Royal Arch de grog Major J H Leathers elected grand treasurer for tho 13th time dis tributed 10000 for the delegates ex penses In attending tho lodge Interest Eighty Cents i Covington KyIn accordance with a Judgment and order of sale entered recently In the caso of W T Harris against Mary Mooney a farm located near Independence was sold by MasIter Commissioner John L Rich for 2000 The farm belonged to the dot cedent Harris and was the entire cs late The peculiar feature of this caso Is that there were 90 heirs andfthe largest share to be received by any of them will amount to only 40 while some of them will get as little as 80 cents Sues For 30000 Covington KyFlorence McCourt sued Nettle McCourt In tho Kenton circuit court for 30000 damages for alleged alienation of the plaintiffs husbands affections The petition states that the plaintiff lived happily with John McCourt and was separated from him through representations by the defendant to him MrS McCourt sued her husband for divorce alimony and restoration to her maiden name Florence Griffin All Chapters Represented Lexington I yThe annual meet- Ing of the Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution began hero with all chapters In the state represented The session opened with an address of welcome by Miss Anna Chanlor Goff of the Lexington chapter ro sponso by Mrs T W L Van Meter of Paducah and the reading of the re port of Mrs C D Chenault of Lex ington regent for tho state I Whisky Dealer Assigns Frankfort KYW P Strader whis ky dealer of Lexington has filed peti than in bankruptcy In federal court here Assets f10183 liabilities 15i 779 Passage of an act In 1906 pro hibiting shipments of liquor from one county In this stato Into a local option county is sold to have Injured Stra ders business Plans Conference on Riders Frankfort KyA conference of the governors of the tobacco and cotton growing states in which night riders have been operating will probably be held shortly after tho election for the purpose of contriving measures to abate the evil which started in Ken tucky and TennesseeVCattle Breeders Organize Louisville KyWltb 38 charter Cattleldent and T R Webber of Shelby vllle secretary Warrant For Cinclnnatlan Lcmlsville KyIn connection with the litigation over tho building of tho Gaiety theater hero Conrad Cruder a contractor took out a warrant for R K Hynlcka of Cincinnati O for violating the building ordinance WoolenIlhResume Louisville yThe Mayfield woolen mills one of the largest factories In this section has resumed work art er having been shut down for months Two hundred and twentyfire men Ue employee M 4 eoQeoea oec SgoH I East Kentucky Correspondence t I News You Get Nowhere seiRo cormjptaitiet pat Uib d mileit epee 11 till y tfit Rite tie urn a li sot for pihliMtxm eat ti u aneea of rood faith wet lalaIionooooonoo OA fnOifofnfnfnfofofofnf Dont let tho children stop school Now is the time to begin reaping tho fruits of the years work The Citizen Is sorry to omit this week a great deal of Interesting mat ter which has como from correspond outs and others as well as ccvera of our usual features but the closlni of the campaign and the great meet Ings hero have so crowded ua for space that wo have wished wo could stretch tho paper JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce 3 W Mulllns of Egypt ICy a candidate for County Juflgo of Jackson County subject to the action of the Republlam party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce S S Wolfo of Manlden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County subject to the action of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce W R Creech of Egypt Jackson County Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jack son County subject to the action ot the Republican party LrIIEL Ethel Oct 23Wo are having some nice weather and plenty of speeches from candidates Mrs Martha Rice and daughter have just returned from a visit with relatives at Gray Hawk Mr Dan Cornett of Sextons Creek shot his wife in tho face twice yester day Her recovery is doubtful Cornet escaped Mr Garrett Matcum has ty phoid fever Mr U O Rice eon and daughter of Ethel have been visiting relatives at Leighton the past week Henry and Mary Rice entertained their cousin Mr Frank Metcalf of Leighton Tuesday night Mr G W Hornsby Is expecting to go to Gray Hawkto teach a singing school soon UCKLEY Hurloy Oct 17The funeral of Ellhu Phillips was preached at this place Sunday by Revs Hacker and WardRev Hackor hold a series cf meetings hero this week with two additions to the church Mlsa Ora M Lake of Loam Ky is visiting her sister Mr3 Laona GabbardMr Milt Johnson Is moving to his new home on Hooton Creok Mrs Olllo Oldham in visiting relatives on Indian Creek Mr B H Colo has traded his mare to Mr Hoary Summers Messrs Jake Gabbard and Amos McCollum have gone to Illinois where they expect to work for two monthsMr Hurley Is working on John RobertsI house this weekWm speak at the Indian Creek church houw the JIlt1Irs Wm Hurley Sr Is roporfcd very poorly Mlsaes Nannie Morris and Maggie Sparks at tended church at this place Thursday 1IILUHEo Mildred Oct 26We had a badly needed rain Friday J J Dunigan is drilling a well for F F Judd this week Wise Maggio Welch ia reported some better this wecic James H Mooros show at Oak Grove Saturday night proved a grand success a large crowd was present J 0 Morris is working at Wolchburg this weekA very able speech was made at Welch burg Friday In tho Interest of the G O T by the lion D B Earlywine of Lexington KyJames H Moore Is bulging his now saw mill There was church services at R P Welchs Sunday evening conducted by novo W M Anderson Three of his children Joined the church Robert Browning of Welchburg was visiting his sister Jane at Mildred Wednesday night We all must wake up to a full sense of our duty on tho third day of Nov ember and go to the polls and elect t Big Bill Taft for cur next President If wo lose him we have lost all and It wo gain him wo have gained all PAItnOT Parrot Oct J3We are having a little rain now Willie Morgan ref turned home Sunday after spending a few months In Hamilton Miss Betty Boggo of Icaacj and Hiram Turner of Laurel Fork were married Oct 22 Florence McDowell Lizzie and Lewis Cunagtn visited friends near Olin Sun dayMr 1C Cornelius has been very poorly for the past week but is im proving Mr Frank Cornelius Is er ecting a new dwelling house near Turkey Pin Ridge He has already completed his store houseprof Cal fee of Borea visited our school house at Letter Box last TuesdayMr Earlywlne will address the people at Letter Box school house tomorrow night In behalf of the Republican party The Morris brothers are doing a hustling business hauling staves to Altamont Hon II C Faulkner will speak at Letter Box Oct 24th We were corny to hear of the death of J T Carter of IonlnMr Pheo Hellard who hat been traveling for the last few weeks is expected home soonTho school at this place is progressing nicely Somo ore expect ing to enter college at Berea the 6th of January 3I1UULI OltKIMlddlefork Oct 24 Lake nlshLMessrsjOlley at Horse Lick Sunday TherechurchI several visitors at Mrs Edna school Friday evening Mr gel who has been sick so long is grow Ing worse Misses Olllo Angel and Rebecca Wilson are planning to go to Letter Box todayIt was a mis take In The Citizen about Mr Wess Angel wanting to prepare to rejoice when Wm Howard Taft is elected It is Wm Jennings Bryan that Wess wants to be electedMrs Lovina Angel made a business trip to Let ter Box Thursday AVILCIIIIUIIO Welchburg Oct 20S J Herndon attended the Grand Lodge of Odd Fel lows at Bowling Green Ky last weekG W Davidson and L C Lit tle are In Louisville this weekMrs Mary Davidson is visiting her son Jas Davidson of Peoples Miss Lizzie Chestnut is visiting her slater Mrs Dr Morris Jas IL Moore had a good attendance at his moving picture show last Thursday nlgbt at Odd Fellows HalL Every one seemed to enjoy the show Judge Faulkner spoke U a good audience hero last week but most all wore for Lewis Mr and Mrs Harvey Moore have returned from a visit to their son Judgo Goo C Moore of London and Rosa M Branaman of Wlldlo Mrs Julia Hern- don of Boonevllle has been hero for two wooki visiting S J Herndon and Mrs R W Rador There will be preaching at the DIsolples Church next Saturday night and Sunday by the Rev James Lunsford Miss Clnda Campboll is visiting In Leslie County Lola tho Infant child of D Cornett has been quite sick with pneumonia but is improving There was a good number at tho ball game here last Saturday between the Annvllle and Maulden boys The score stood 26 to 24 In favor ot Maulden DOUHLKIICIC Doublellck Oct 23 Sherman Isaac of Valley View and Sherman Fowler of Berea are visiting their aunt Reno Witt Judge H C Faulkner spoke yesterday to a large crowd at John W Abrams store on Clover Bottom Jam as Williams has bought a saw and grist mill and mpved It near San Gap Johnnie Baker of California Is on a few days visit with his parents on Clover Bottom George Miller gave the young folko a social Tuesday night All report a fine tlmoMr onoe of Boron passed thru hero yesterday lumuy iColl Kerby Knob Oct 22Mrs Clark Powell died yesterday of consumption She will bo burled today In the church burying ground Persons from hero who attended the ChapmanAlexandur meetings at Berea last week glvo some Interesting accounts of their ex icrlencc Mlsa Ella Louthan visited relatives and friends here over Sun day She ban been In school at Berea for the past two gearsA temperance meeting was held at the church Sun day Miss Fox ot tho Narrow Gap school brought a number of her pupils Thoy were well trained and rendered their exercises in an interest log manner Tho Bible Drill clan answered promptly and well scores of lucsllona which were asked them The children of Miss Laura Hatflelds school belonging to the Sunday school Savo several good exercises Mr Sparks well trained class sang PEOPLES Peoples Oct 2GTho pleasant shower that came Friday was badly neededMr Chas Davidson made a lying trip to Welchburg Saturday Several from this placer attended church lit Mt Olivet Sunday Mr Jerlda Baker of Annvllle was the guest of O W Baker Friday night School Is progressing nicely Mr Hi ram Turner of near McKee and Miss Jettlo Boggs were married Thursday Miss Mettle Baker is visiting her sister Mrs Mary King of Isaacs this weekMr John Baker made a busl sons trip to Annvllle SundayMrs Ceo F Baldwin and family of this f place visited her sister Mrsn E Baldwin at Yaho KyMr James Baldwin and two boys visited G F Baldwin Sunday OLIN Olin Oct J3Dan Medlock had a log rolling last Tuesday and hind a nice lot of work doneG M rainier has about got his new dwelling house completed Ellas Simpson of East Bernstadt visited his parents here this week Willie Davidson is at East Bernstadt this week on business Mrs Annie Davidson was tho guest of Mrs Belle Morris last Thursday Oca Browning has moved to his new home on Flat Lick CreekGeorgo King has built a new barn Hardln Shep herd has had a veranda built to his now dwelling James F Hayes is talking of buying a saw mill and run MorIris charmingj Judge Messrs John Simpson Lewis Moore and Thos Morris aro making ties for Jas F Hayes- ROCKSASTIE COUNTY IL III NET Rcblnet Oct 20A large crowd at tended tho funeral at Horse Lick last IsI hereISidBottle Lldbetler will stay with Mrs W M Carpenter this winter John bUUd1IngTobo Carpenter will start a series cf meetings on tho fifth Saturday in October at Sand huh church house Iko Clause failed to till his appoint ment at Lone Oak tho 2nd He sends a lawful excuse saying ho will to hero noxt meeting Dick Angel who got badly hurt on tho head is getting along nicely Dock Carpenter gave the young folks a sprout cutting and perty Arvll Brewer Is selling out his crop to Milt Carpenter C B Drew of Dry Fork visited Mrs T Guynn Friday Several people of Pine Grove attended church at Horse Lick Sunday There will bo preaching at Bethel on Saturday and Sunday Oct 2425 H C Faulkner and W M Lewis were hero Sunday canvoMingIADM5Y Gauley Oct 20W H Ponder wen to hear Taft at Lexington October ISth Alamos Morris hoe opened a coal mine near his homo which proved to be about 26 inches thick There will be sptektog tt Redhill school house Oct 23 at 7 p m and a Taft club will be organized All cordially in vitedMat Bold will move to his farm on hone Lick Gorman tho little son ft L B Lewis Is very sick Uncle Bill Brummett visited his daugfctor Mrs F M Ponder last Thursday and on his return homo Friday his mulo caught 1U foot in a thecoldand hands badly Mtea Ida Mulllns teaeher at Falrvlow Is ill with typhoid Mr and Mrs H S Ponder visited their daughter Mrs H N Reese n ar Johnetta Saturday and Sun dayWm Klifter of Livingston Jelled hit sister Mrs J a Bullock Bun + dyMr And Mrs James Bond visit ed Henry Brummett near Livingston Sunday Wm Brummett one of our host citizens and also one of tbo vlotor lou soldiers of 61 IB erecting a new barn In order to have the barn ready for use by Nov 3 he stayed with It until two oclock Saturday night Ho Is going to put on the front of it in large letters Tight After Five Thirty moaning TnCt3Ir and Mrs Bl Howard attended church at Horse Lick Sunday Tho Rev D Parker returned Monday from Orlando where ho has been for the jet two weeks holding a series of meetings and will RO to day to Corinth church near Cooks burg to help In another meeting There will be services at Pleasant Run Sunday by tho Rev A Cornea lous Baptist also at Fairview by the- Re Lunsford Disciple IJISJOTANT- ADlspulanta Oct 20Wo aro bar ing nico weather now Farmers are busy gathering coniirTho Rev L R Rowlett and daughter of this place visited Mr and Mrs John Simpson of Paint Lick from Saturday until Mon dayBros J W Lambert and Floyd Taylor are holding a series of meet ings at Clear Creel this week Every body invited to come Died on the lift of October Mrs E J Rowlett aged 59 ycaro Sho was a member of the Baptist church at Clear Creek She had been the devoted mother of eleven children five of which were dead BOONS Boone Oct 2A nlco baby girl arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs Andrew Martins on the 23rdMr David Martin made a business trip to Lioulsvllle last wookMrs L D Coyle wan In Berea one day last week i 1 IMr and Mrs James Lambert were of Mr and Mrs Jess Wren last Sunday Mr T S Hicks and A D Leavitt made a business trip to Madison Monday Mr and Mrs D Boleu were guests of Mr and Mrs Leo Wren last Sunday There was sfnslas at Mrs J B Coylos last Saturday night Mr Marlon Smith of CloverJtottoin was in this vicinity one day last week Farmers are busy gathering cornMr Charles Oldham of Conway will move near this place soonMr Rice French of Copper Creek recently moved near Dreyfus in Madison County OOOCHLAJtn Goochland Oct 23The Rov Mr Saulmon and Mr Jones preached at Sycamore Sunday to a largo crowd Messrs Goo Cook Bob Witt and Forest Brockman attended church at Sycamore last Sunday Tho contract for building a church house and Odd Fellows hall Is to be let Saturday to the lowest bidder Thursday was cross tie inspection and every body seems well pleaued Berry Martin and family whso went to Tuscola 111 have returned and say Kentucky J the place for them Joseph Martin has bought a Kimball organJ A Sexton has junt purchased an organ made by Kimball and Is learning to play fast Jako Herndon was thru last Sunday on his way to tho mountains He nearly lost a fine mare but by tho aid of doctors she was saved Jos Baker Is doing carpenter work for J U Jones Mloa Etta Sparks and Eliza Lunsford of Eglon were on Big Hlli Sunday Tho church has nearly 200 made up at this place for tbo building of a house Frank Rose and Cast Griffin of Rose Tawn were thru here on their way to the blue grass lost week Zear McGuire has sold out to go to Texas IIOCKHHU Rockford Oct 2GDry weather sill continues Meeting at Clear Creek conducted by Rev J W Lambert of Boono closed SundayMr Ponder of Dudley was In this vicinity Sunday Sunday school at Scaffold Cane Is pro greasing nicely Sirs J 11 Slgmore has gone to Illinois to make her homo Misses Klzzlo Ponder and Roeclo Todd visited Mrs F M Bullcn Satur day night Mr and Mrs Bertlo Par ker and Misses Bcttlo Todd and Halllc Shearer visited relatives here last daughterIMissi ton of Berea from Friday to Sunday Mr Newton Anderson of near Richmond visited his sister Mrs J Todd last week Chos Thomas who has been visiting hit father In Laurel Co returned homo ThursdnyMr John R McCollum gavo a birthday dinner Friday Oct 23rd It being his 7Ctu birth dayMrs Nora McGuIro Is no better Miss E E Lake visited Miss Nora- D Llnvlllo Wednesday night Ml Retto McCollum visited Mlu Ada Durham Sunday Mr and Mrs Andrew Johnson of Dayton Ky are visiting relatives hereICLAY COUNTY HUUMSn KritlMlH Burning Springs Oct 20Dr Pearl Webb la representing tho Odd Fel lows of thla placo In tho Grand Lodco of Bowling Green this weekMrs Carmack visited her brother Mr tlrat1ofvisiting her mother at DIe Hill all bert her son hai entered a law school In Louisville Jack Rawllng has re turned from Leo Couuty Aunt Fanny Rawllngs slater from Virginia is vis iting bore Ellsha Jewell is recovering from a ovoro attack of appendicitis Harrison Thompcon Is among the convalescents Tho many friends of Mrs Boone Holland aro very anxious for her recovery from typhoidDr Horntby has begun tho erection of a now house on thu hill tide Luther Lane Rica Anna Evergreen told his house and lot to his parents who will locate here Most of the farmers are gathering their corn The crop is far below the aver ago Tho Y P C B moats hereafter on night instead of SundayJeter Jarrctt has returned from tho war deportment Mro Col lins of Missouri is making an extended visit In this community Miss Hangen loaves In morning for short visit to her homo in Pennsyl van la VINE Vine Oct 23Raln has como at last People are very busy gatherin- gcornMr Bray is hauling coal for Mrs M L Ferguson Mr John Browning of Lee County la visiting his father W Browning near hero this wookMr Henry Ferguson and family have moved to their now home at Maulden Mr Bud Thomas of Lau rel County has purchased farm near hersMr W F Browning Is very puny this wookMr Spence Hurley passed away Wednesday morning nt oclock Ills remains laid to rest In tho Blair grave In Jack son County Thursday evening Mr Boyd Hart has returned from Cincin natl where ho has been working for the few months Mlsa Lets Banka Is In post business Mrs Wilson Morgan Is very 111 nt this Mr Tipton and family have moved from tho Chest nut franca to Big Sexton they will stay for Mr and Mrs Chas Grimes are planning to visit Mra Murphy at London Ky OWSLEY COUNT Vincent Oct 23Tho long drouth BlllI continues and farmers wells are almost dry new and stock water is almost exhausted Corn gathering is in full swing Farmers report ono halt of good cropMr Rolo Vcn Cootlnucil o FltthPav 1 THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN THE CITIZEN gives you more than tho worth of your money anti is growing bettor all the time Just compare jt with the other netvRpapora you see You can others all cheap hut either they are not OH good or tbey are not made for tho mountain or they do not tut much Just look at n few of the tliingH wo are giving you now NEWSall the nays of the world of thin 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