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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 I1uESIIIEN 13 X u oeta s eooltLs f BEREA IXCORFORATKMJ PUBLISHING CO STANLEY FROST Manage ananlau Ise PoI + Ptte III Otrttl iv aioad o taw wn 1nkro oooooooOoomeoo I Sol X Five cents a copy MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 19 1008 One bollur a year No 21- t NEWS OF THE WEEK I Chinas Rulers Dead War Is Feared Stole 700OOC by Forgery Taft Taking Reit Wattersons Son Klllled Germany Angry L CHINA IN TROUBLEA series of most Important cvcntfl in China in tho last few days have made a revol utlon likely In that great country and 11 put nil the foreigners there In dan t Tbo first Using was the death Iof the Emperor and the crowning of a now one threo years old with Prince Chun as real ruler This Will followed toon by nn announcement that tho Emperors aunt till Empress Dowager who bad ruled him and was In many ways the most remarkable woman of her tines having become Empress tuo born n slave was oleo dead Thoro Is a goal dual of rnispl clon that both wore kilted and that I U rcnctlonory party whleli thus I opposed has como Into power There Is so much secrecy over the pntnec I In Iekln that no one outside really knows much At any Illto the Chln i MO people are oxleted tbo palace I has been oarcfiilly guarded bad nunnlii Iwvo also boon neat to the- IflltioollJ whore the foreigner live j IOUORHY you 700000 Peter Van VIlMongon a Chicago roil estate t operator has boon tint to Jail for forgery Ills confaMlon shows that I his forgeries amount tq7000QO- TAVT ANn SI1Hn IAN AT SPRINGS Tbo President and VllOooj prctldcnt elect ate taking A rnO at Hot Springs Va wTiore with many other nutnble stattjnion they will i play golf 11 W WATTH11SON KILLUDIi W Wniterson n lawyer tho younger J aon of Henry Synttorson editor of tho ixmUvfllti CourierJournal was killed by falling tram an open window of hie office in NwYork City His lady war badly mangled and death was lmtaat ftu Mr WnUaraou brll llaqt carrier waa 4t i zenith lie being the junior luWfcr ot tho tow firm of Wing Russet and WalUrwm- UKRMANY ANQlY41e iiM the KusiT was net diplomatic and told things In Interviews that should not be mado plWlf the Oorrann Reich stag took him Ivelr to teak Hut tu a newapapor describe It thp RMrtmtasi anger of a day bM not nit prasrd the public indication nrouwd UprIf41rlmnc llor will resign hili offlM bo isixo of the oMtrangment between him and the emr mr cai wJ by his only lukewarm dotento of him iu lit parliamentary ill oi6 lon last v fkMlA WPJCTK An ntpr n rain riuMtni Into ib rrarof a loral at N w donna L1and the cnitto ploughed thru to awn of pMMngcn kl log olit raid wounding B + vcrnl otIara m4i y cf them mortally Va aOii to the ho rir of It all names broke out In the wreck sad a lars nambir hrciy escaped rrnnotton- MKTCALP UKSIONS Victor 11 Motralf Searctary or tho Navy on rx ouut of tailing health hw tendered hIli renlsuatlon to tnkt street on Dec 1 AmUitaut gotretnry Truman II Ncwbury will be named IJ late stirlwxeor BRYAN BlttKS lUStt Mr and Mm William Jennings llrjnn will go to Mexico for nn extended rOIl CUIIAN LIUEIIAL3 WtNThtl rO- t tlteat flooUonu in Culm retnlt d in n victory for tho partthat fos In power whoa tAo ptnrtod throe tartt ago OoinOi will ha l dent Ai Boon as ho ta Inatafetfthe- entire Rovornnjon will Da turned over to tho Cubans Thus America provpfc that oho can kcOp her prom Its without roward C P TAPT FOIl SENATOR It IB reported on whetse5ilna to bo good authority that 9 P Taft tbo brother la colflpto Bock election to homier l ueal in Uio Scnnto from Ohio EI011T SHOT Eight man were killed and ten injured In a tightJ o twcen ft negro and a Blierltfs posse In Oklahoma Jlonday The body of the negro was burned by a U6b WORK FOR dANYT1ao opening up of tho after the election of Taft coiitlauco and It is now oath mated that nearly 600000 men will go to work before ChrlatiMaH NO PLACES PROMISED Mr Hitchcock watt able to dwuN Mr Tntt aftor the campaign watt over that ho had not mi do a single promise to any politician for any place and that Mr Taft WllllItbt entirely free pick tho mon ho wants for till tlContlnunl nn INinrUi Cage r 1 t Tp OFFICE EKE A KY THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the bLIountain People NOVEMBER prcsIdtntclPCtB IN WASHINGTON Letter from Tells of Doings There Interest In Presidents Message and Tafts Cabinet Taft Expected to be Friendly and Popular as President This will bo the first of our regu mar WashinGton letters The Citizen hen employed a regular correspondent to watch Washington news for us This letter is not sent out free by somo bureau which sends tome news and some advertising to fool voters but is written for The Cltl zen nnd printed nowhere else It will bo accurate newsy uptodate and lust what you want t6 read Washington Nov 1C IDOS Washington Is beginning to wake up after being asleep all summer Tho President is hack from his vocation the representative ot fdrulgn nations are In their office and now thnt tho election returns liavo been counted and polltloani have n chance to leave lumo the city la beginning to bo lively Politicians are thick here today and the Prince Albert coatsI ann silk hate which they wear I cHy very different from what thny j wear out among the plain le plftrealmost as IfalsJc oa the dried ltUv li tuat blow along the streets ALAI they attract not much more notice for men that are very big at home are not to big hero and while It Ina very lug think to be our Cdngrow man at home It IB not BO big to to nw of the four hundred members of the loVer douse hero II1olltjee is luigalllr tn the air bow- etvr ami most of It U entering Jutt- now aLeut wc thlccK UM Proci nfa nxttai and the tariff bearing whteb era tidr way Teddy la Mid to be I planning to ocad Ic boo ntere tnlBjily hot muMBge and demand again all that tw luu asteC for before on tbf I ground that he election wee an 81t donmuffBt of him Ilo pI nottwet- Dllletl of V Wt K ate only i three montba for tile unnlotj and theI bra appropriation bills will take upi moat of that time Alno there Is IO work left over firorr last aM tra aad- altogetar It fa tooO likely that Can graaa will take uf tar tax eubjwta What will happen IH toe next Congrosa Ii a different matter for n lot of th old stainlhra that haw run Uilnns I tor a lone time will not come bark aad the net4 men will show their stmogtli j One thlug that may go Ihru In tilts winter section however and that I will iaako a good deal of difference to fanner in the llAreelit pout IMUMUH iUnder this if It IB iMttMHl the iwntj unite will tote itocluaaa ot mercaan i dive of all klnda and deeper It anywhere j for the following pHw five I eeota for the flwt ioiiDd out tvra read for ficti extra pound notMlng i being awet t d lieaviw than twelve i bunch Putt will mesa that a Sana I er rupHut to tea oft and get Just lit and Have It cMie to his peat office rtllaoor It Ire has free lvoryat aVi y small price for the mi oftpHvy TaM maybe a little fiord at tint otf the small f store Uftpjon tint iMn who have j studied thfc qiiootlon eat that In cite irId tho mople ijfll traiUso many were thlpge lml buiifiipw will do na Wall M wr Mil tiN not of the thlntllttr tey ouUKJawlll he the things the at itlkoc btu daw nut MOo nny tnfo it TiuJ hejy tbCarttior lAt alert std agood many titio oat 1 them t1 Chief inloroat about Mr Taft centers iu the cabinet appolutnont ho la likely to nuke nts thfco jtlacaB are I COVprnmantI i his place ao Secretary of Strata and ho clecUd gflhator from Now York ills place may bo taken by Tllooi dare R nurtcn of Ohio who tq also Mlltiblltplace Anibaaaoaor Whltclavr Rold nnd Pavld J Hill are candidates for tho i Secretaryship It Burton declines It I postmnslcrtieuorai Moor la rapcctcd to so to that Treasury Department from which Mr Cortolyou till rcUro I to go Into business Another man mentioned for this place is JJxGov Uerrlclc 6f Ohio FrAnl HlUhcockj jSecreMand Clifford Bhqw tho chief forester of the gov ernment will talo his place Mr Now berry now at the head of tho Navy Department is filling the rlnce till the present term pmts anti some big man will Rot that Other Continued on 1ourth page t BUYING UP AN ELECTION Whenever there are signs that an election lagoing to be close there is talk that one side or another or both aides will put money and whiskey into it Often they do but not so often as they used to for men are earning to understand better than they did what an im moiiHo iimouul of harm comes from trying to win by bribery The evils that come from trying to buy elections need hardly bo told If nn election can bo bought it menus that no poor man can run for office If an office holder has paid for his office he cannot be blamed very much if lionells it to the highest bidder if ho sells out tbo interests of the people to some man that will pay him If n man has had help from his friends and line through them bought an he will feel that he owes lily office to them and not to the people und will servo the friends cud not the people Whenever a voter learnu that n candidate is trying to buy uu election he should feel that that man in getting ready to sell him outthat he is n kind of man who will betray the interests of the people nnd that the use of money and whiskey at once proves that the candidate is not fit to hold any office of honor or trust under the franchise of tho people No honest matt ever doubts that it is wrong to give or take bribes and n good many men who used to do it have studied it over and quit This is happening everywhere and the time is coming when it will be known that if a twin tries to buy an ejection he will bn beaten That time has not yet come and a good mossy men say that if money is not ueda man will be beaten It often happens that in the heat of a campaign we get so anxious to win that wo forgot those things nnd only laugh n little when one man begins to UNO corruption On the other hand there are in every precinct almost n few men who can be bought So a man who will two money often gets these few tnnn while tilt man who Mays honest will not gut any additional support from even the best people inthe district Therefore it ix that say the honest candidate cannot win still that the corruptiouint will get the ollices taro going to hflve a test of this in the Judicial raM in the lIayImousy tiny Jle does not deny it nnd moreover while he says he will agree to use no money if nil the other men concerned in the primary will make thesiitne ngrcemrnt ho does not deny his intention to use it unless there is such un agreement In other words he admits thu twit but says ho will trot Im nM had ns the rest On the other hand Judge Faulkner tho ho may liavo used money in previous races is not going to this time flu has seen the evilof bribery has preached it from tlm bunch and is slow practicing teat he preached He has declared from every stump that he will tiso no money surd has pledged himself in every way There is no doubt where he stands Some of his friends kayo offon to put up money but he has refused it and there fa now no doubt thnt his campaign will ho a clean one Now what will be tho Louis is saying that he believes Faulkner will put up the money in the end but he does not really be IlIevo this nnd is counting on loving tibia to win just because at Fajjlk norrf hnuesty Cuti ho do it f The Citizen does not believe ho can It bolieviB that there lire too many honest citizens to allow UDud that shun the good meu see Lwt4 ivorkora trying to hI votes they will UirftjiKljliiBt hjjevejupnttleoLIApslay Jht SSUiiXUstriet 1dOtS not want a judge who gets his place by mv violation nud it will on any mnn that trios it iMr Lewis lIRA not yet cent us any answer to these questions we lust troekr 1 jI f MADISON PRIMARY tTho Dutnotfretic primary in Mtuliqou County l1luh otartid ofT with Kucli linu juvnifew of decency alone work and do bribery uums to have fallen down pretty busily Thu pledges ngiilnst wrniptioa 1were us suletnu ns a Nina oould make and yet thuy wuro violated by of tho omididnteslu Urn most shameless manner As a result secured mUll who nre not fit to Ktttnd us the rUllOiUutut eH ref the peoria of tubs oounty rare notniualiHl presentDumoemtiotho ooiiuty A list of chintz high grade men Mich its tliu lutibllciiu jwrty own nominate booked by a hand qiimpaigu would win easily NuttontU nnd stnto olectlons harm filioun tlmt this county can bo oar ried for tho right teen aud now ifl the clmucu to provo that same thing in a county election Lots nil get together fur a him clean light next your and tends llama Democrats that they hays got to put up- I uleuu nioii if they wautto keep this oounty under their thumbs u jCOUNTRY LIFE HEARING 4- I + I IA party about fourteen Boren Atd workers wont last Sat areas to Loxtnston to attend u tM slou there ot tho Country rAre Com mission appointed by Pres Roosevelt ThU Commission IS doing work which will be of groat Importnncn to nil poeplt Hvlngxiu the country and it governjmont s mountains may grow out of their work Ityvas to see that tho Commission had full Information bearing on tho points at Istuo that 610 Derea people went to the hearing All the laforntatlo- nwhlchwasgiven to the CommIssion- I will bo laid before President Reese jolt and it Is expected that ho will sand It in a special message to Congress madoItoincut nldln building good rondo Hint the mountains atfd for aid lacdncu lonal matters not only for thaptibllc schools but for the farmer It was tIlQGovolUmenltl would make a special study of inottn tamp conditions and show farmers i what could to dono Such experiment stations haVo done a grcnt deal for farmers clsowhorc and almost cer tainly would help tho mountains One tvmunlng feature of the hearing wan the acggestlpi by Walter It Paso a member ot the Commlscldn tlu t- 1it might bo best to pulp all the moun lain people prove to places where lands nro bettor It oils funny to see his face as man alter man got up and told how well Kcntuchlans like their country and their people and how well satisfied they are to stay wJloro they are avon it tim land ia- r not the test lIe VIM pretty well shown that the mounaln poople have no dealro to be anything else and have nothing to be ashamed of Bo toro tile hearing was over he said Uyt ho only made the suggestion to find out how poople 7olt about it and that ho had found out i VAfl EDUCATIONAL IjEVIVAL Frankfort Ky Nov 11AA weeks educational revival suck as have been held so successfully in a number of Southern States is being arranged for byStato Superintendent Kentucky J Six prominent cduca tors from other States and about 2G Interested in tho cause from this State will take the stump In a whirl wind campaign which will begin November 29 and wind up December 8 This move is part of the plan of the Southern Educational Doard flewYorkinterest in the cause of education in the Southern States It is expected tiiul Gila will bo tho biggest thing along educational lines ayer Attempted in Kentucky Tha cost is esti mated at about 1500 PICKS UP CREW AT SA- A British steamer onroute to Mes sina Italy picked Up the crew of an American schooner tho Henry Clan sea Jr and lauded them at St Michaels Azores whither they were bound The schooner had caught fire in mldocoan and had been abandoned Capt Hudson of the Clausen is a brother to the Rev Reward Hudson of Boren Ii rlBEREA TRUST CO hundredt t depositors with the Berea Bank CB Trust Co Are t you one of the number pleaslure to to you every 1advantage and accommo with t sound banking 0IIII f Pay your bills by check cashed check is an in tAt receipt no oth er so good legally Your check book is useless to a+ e burglar you can carry your capital without lost ing ItIf you only carry your check book with you and your money here I I J J MOORE President I s ra IN OUR OWN STATE Montlcollo Bank Closed Cashier Ac cusedMisslonary Rally MONTicELLO DANK CLOSED A sensation was caused at Somerset and In Monticello Tuesday by the arrest of Judge Oharles McConnaghy cashier of the Citizens National Bank on n charge of forgery and misappropria tion of tho banks funds He gave bond for 6000 It is ehar cdthnti there Ia a shortage of over 20000 and the bank tins been closed by the foyariinient ihsTOAltYRALLYA foreign tnlHlunury rally was held In Lexlng fun last Tuesday Several interesting addres es were given by men from Kentucky and from foreign fields StnreQJttican vlows wee shown RUNAWAY ACCIDENT Mrs Mary Elliott and Mrs Nannie Powers were seriously injured In n runaway at Gravel Switch in Boyle County The accident was caused liy the horse taking fright at an auto which dashed by them at a high rate of speed STATE WINS1n a football game between Kentucky State University and Room Polytechnic Institute ct Torre Haute Ind State won by a score of 12 to 10 TOBACCO DUAL NOT LIKELY A good deal of fuss has been made over another attempt to arrange with thj Tobacco Trust for the sale of the entire Burley pool but there now seems little chance that the deal will goo thru Anyhow there will be a crop of tobaeco raised next year and it is likely that the night riding Is over for the time being MILL DISASTERn a boiler ox plosion of a mill near Pound Gnu in Letcher County four men were killed and four more awlously injured rho accident was duo to carelessness oil the part of the engineer who was ono of the victims The Pt arty loss let several thousand dollars I CUBATRIESA6AIN airWhen Secretary Taft went to Cuba In 1906 to oat thliist to rights after Pnlmaa actable fallttrw he FW rnh d tho people la the nnrao of President Roosevelt that they should Have an other chance to run their own government Tho opportu lty is now given thorn and on Saturday Nov 2i they wilt cjoci their new president and members of congress Tim result of tho election is well understood la advance Joso Minguel Gomez will have an overwhelming majority of the Jlolulnr vote for president As soon as tbo gvornmental machinery la la running order the United States will abandon all authority anti Cuba will bo frco to work out her own sal vation If she can It is prophesied by those who know that tho govern ment wont last more than t months at the longest this being caused for tho great part by the new president himself Ho id anld to bo inferior In education In Intellectual attain ments and in capacity for government but ho is tho peoples choice It tho now administration falls tho UI S will again tako ninttera in her own hands and Independence for Cuba will W absoluteIb 4 i IOOw avia aaoewuarAr f 0 o The Citizen Is Growing Rap o- g Idly Let Your Business g Keep Pace With it By Adver g oUsing 9 o 0 ooooooooooopoc BEREA bualnisa Capitol members election BANK r o We beg to call your attention to our Savfngs Department We parIfour per cent interest on savings t account and compound interest inrilIto the principal twice each year You can start an account in this department with one dollar or 3f t with as large amount as you de + t4 sire f ff i q K+ t ayi I You should not forget that day of your life brings you eachf io j t to the time when your earning decreases and finally es What are you doing towards 6 providing fund that will become your mainstay and comfort In old age Better start a savings ac count and create a fund for your declining years 1 J W STEPHENS Cashier t r ti a r t DISCUSS JUDGEHSL- eading tMen Write to Newspapers 27thIPut Up BM Root Ky Nov 9 1008 l t1EduJWhat I aiii about to say 1 have desired to say ew this but reaiiz Lib too high pitch to VTich too com tiy had been brought by the Pros 1IIYItbat the Judicial primary race bo lujcotqd into national campaign But now that Judge Taft is elected President W6 naturally turn our at tontlon to tea raco for Judge of tho AsIthe rlglta right guaranteed other althea of expressing nay profs erotica of candidates for the Ingh honor and while it Is a Godgiven privilege of ovary man UI choose for himself the officials under whom lieI must sore yofc in this race I would try to influence by argument na best loon the people to vote for the candidate who will continue and per ptuiato Uio almost Ideal conditions which obtain In our district today I Many of our younger men can readily call to mind the time when crimes aim misdemeanors ot all sorts swept over tko district and when it waS unsafe for a person tb go unarmed I upon our rubll litghwaye When the ilqUor traffic flourished uUrrlfled tutl unnwlosted wlion this doplor J able coudltlon was tart bringing about 1a condition far more deplorable and i wtntli would brine infamy and ie pioaeh upon the fair name gf Southjjeastern Kentucky I refer to the mob spirit which for a Unto tbrcati + ft entrf to take possession of and conrryIsrt sumo thlo section But aa in ever + I pront crises titers was ono at hand iya1 jto tako control of aWairn runt julde Aterhaths a umedIthe moat trying lrcur Inn tho dockets conseetcd to nn ap palling degree many cases of murders ants homicides aril it is my candid be I lief that a man lean able less qualifi ed less ready to cope with the Se rious problems confronting him would perhapsIbeenf I JudgetinutJudgo rlllIFalkner neverI tered lie took up the duties and in heldIlefur Into the tight He kept this up fir woekj at a tnt until finally his f efforts were rewarded and gradually Uio dockets wore relieved nnd cases i could bo tried without being continued Jvfor several tunas And while he was doing nil this good work he was also bonding his efforts In another dlrec- jiuittin Instructing of grand Juries as to their duties and powers so plaln7 tit there was no mistaking an4 within a short time after assum tug his office a great change for tho better war noted all over the district Oiiiues and all forms of law vIola p tcontinual on fourth IIge c t- 1s fi I 11 THE LAST MOMENT t1bBY J OLIVER CURWOOD ICopyrightbr BobbiMerrtll Co Connoly head and shoulders out of the cabin was in tlmo to see Svenson the Swede burst like a maniac from the group of men fighting like shadows In tho mist of tho forward pump Ho caught fatally his yell of defiance ns Flick the second officer ran out from among tho shadows and intercepted him with a blow from a knotted fist that sent him reeling Into the drown ing wash of the sea He shouted as the little gray man followed up Svon sons hugo bulk like a terrier and other figures staggered out of the blinding spume naked armed bare chested with Svensons panic gleam- Ing in their eyes Flick saw him as he came across the deck and planted his back against the port davit whqre the tops of tho seas swept over him In smothering rushes Theyve left the pumps he shouted as Connoly came up Im damned =A ton of water breaking over tb9 rail sent him reeling out among the men Ho picked himself up and stag gored to Connoly his thin graybeard ed faco questioning him eagerly Shes a little better boys shouted the captain But we cant take her out Into that lIe pointed out Into tho grayness of the son broken only by the foaming tops that rode railhigh with tho ship My God men no boat would live The voice of n seaman rose almost In shriekWere Were full to a foot of tho hatches I tell yl Shots got to go now or never There was sullen assent In a dozen waterblistered eyes From early morning until noon these men bad clung to a sinking ship because each cherished In him a memory of the woman Because of her they had fought until their hands bled and their breath came In gasps They had watched the schooner settle inch by inch and foot by foot struggling stubbornly for the precious minutes which would give life to her until arms hung limp and effortless and men fell exhausted upon the deck when others took their turns at the pumps And above them all Svenson had worked and urged and cursed those whose nerve began to fall them until when the last minute seemed riding on each whltCHCrcsted rush of the sea something broke within him I and he turned In his despair to the boats It was Svenson now who rushed to the falls In an Instant Con noly was among the panicstricken menYou cant live In that sea he shouted Fight it out another hour men one more hour The schooner rode more easily now She had settled until the resistance she gave to the sea was as solid as that of n masS of steel and the ram ming of her sides only sent Jarring throes through her timbers as though a thousandton weight touched her gently each time she was struck sweepiknew that she would go down quietly and without sensation but with mer ciful quickness He turned toward the cabin and at the threshold of the door that led to where the woman lay bo paused tot an Instant and fought for the strength that he knew he would need Then he opened It and entered At the end of tho room a woman lay upon a cot her strangely white face turned expectantly toward the door As Connoly camo through she smiled and her beautiful eyes brightened with a glad light It has seemed so long Jim she said her voice rising barely above a whisper The storm frightens me But its quieter now Isnt It Yes dearl The man took off his dripping hat and coat and sat down beside hoe The woman as he did so drew down the coverlet a few Inches so that he might see tho little pink face lying against her bosom He leaned over more to hide his own whiteness than to caress and stroke the babys check with a big forefinger The woman took his other hand and pressed it happily She spoke no word but whVn tht jnan raised him self to look Into her taro ho sawthe great dawn of the now life shining adoringly In her eyes After a lime the woman said JimYes dear dire you very glad Ttj man pressed her face to him with pasalonate tenderness He did not alswcr In words but tho woman was satisfied Then he gently drew himself tawny the young wifes eyes following him inquiringly Youre not going backnow she asked IllioashU Yes Flick Is In charge he said quickly But I must seethat every things nil right Between his words kg hesitated listening to a sound un der his fret that thrilled him It was cargoIing faster than he supposed but ho showed no sign of the fear that was in himYou will be buck noon Right away Jon Ho came back to kiss her the sickening throbbing at his heart almost suffocating him as ho looked down Into the womans confident eyes luminous with a touch of the old fryer He was sad that she did not know It would mako the end easier for him and for her if the end Had to come And he knew there was only ono chance In ten thousand against it As ho passed out of the cabin ho saw the life belts strung along the cell ing For an instant it gashed into his mind that ho might use them As quickly the thought passed from him They would only prolong their misery a little longer nnd the womanhe shuddered as ho pictured what those few minutes of life battling In the sea would mean for her Tho end would come easier In the cabin In the last minute she would understand and would love him for It So he passed out closing the door carefully behind him and scanned the deck for Flick For n tow moments ho listened for the sound under his feet But he heard and felt only the Jarrlpg of the ship which camo of the seas pounding ngnlnst her With his eyes on Flick ho went to the midship hatch and thrust an arm through the hole that had been made for n pump lie did not expect to touch water The fact that ho did brought him to his feet as though something had bitten trim Flick had seen him and stood huddled Just out of the sheets of spray that shot over tho bow watching as If tho sight of the man rising from his knees was curious and Interesting Connoly beckoned to him A great shudder ran through tho schooner If she had possessed a tight hold Connoly would have thought that she had struck a rock The leeward drift that had won these last hours of existence for her against the rushes of the sea seemed sudden ly stopped as if she had steadied herself for tEe final engulfment Connoly turned and ran for the cabin lie heard Flicks cry behind him and caught a glimpse of the little man as he staggered out of the mess forward But it was too late to stop even to give a last word to Flick Over his shoulder ho saw the starboard rail hidden In a mass of seething water and as he reached the door It swished about him ankle deep and followed him in a torrent into the cabin Again he heard that cry of Flicks but be shut the door as he had planned and bolted it to give himself a few last moments of life with the woman When he turned to het with the tragedy that had overtaken them written In his face his outstretched arms dropped slowly to his side Only her name fell from his lips The words that he had meant to say wore left unspoken Tho woman was asleep Her face was toward him and In the dim lamp glow he saw deepen ing In her cheeks the flush of return lag fever One white hand had fallen over the side of the cot and on It gleamed their wedding ring Like an animal Connoly fell upon his knees Tho water trickled about his fingers as he crept to her At the bedside be stretched an arm over her so gently that she did not awaken Then he turned his face to the door grim with terror of this last moment but filled with the splendid sanity of hIs resolve Thosea would not get tho beat of him He would have the woman at the last and sd firmly that the hell of a thou sand seas could not separate them hut It would not be until the last the very last Then sho would awaken only to know that be was there and would die before the misery and the terror of It all came to her The man fancied that he heard the beat- Ing of water against the panels his staring eyes saw It pouring faster un der the doorhe heard It straining against the cabin walls The floor seemed lifting him up Bow first the schooner was diving to her doom Ills are grew heavier over tho woman His other slipped under her head Then came another shock longer than the one that had preceded It and after that there was absolute quiet There came a knock from outside again and again and then a sudden pressure that burst off the bolt and Flick stood there babbling words that seemed to have no meaning Ho went as suddenly as he came and Connoly could hear his sobbing voice dying away on deck He drew his arms from the woman and followed At the door he paused for a moment then slipped out The womans feverstricken face moved a little Her eyelids trembled aid after a moment she opened them Jim she called weakly A gust of wind slammed the door Jim whore are you She drew herself up on an elbow frightened and saw the water run ning black and ugly on tho floor JlmJhnJlmA the door It was Connojy He wrapped her close to his wet breast and the laugh that fell from his Ups was filled with an insane Joy Over his shoulder stand- Ing In tho doorway the woman saw Flick Find quite a time of it but its all over now sweetheart whispered Connoly Where do you think the old tub 181 Couldnt guess eh Well shes settled as soundly as tho Rock of Ages somewhere oa the Thunder bay shore Tried to fight her off but we couldnt do It Now all weve got to do is to eat and sleep until somebody comes to pull us off Eh FlickFlick had none Out on deck with his taco turned to the Indistinct out line of tho shore and the gleams of sunlight bursting through the ragged cloud ho hawed his gray head sad softly whispered what little ha could remember ot the Lords Prayer r THE QUESTION OF A GOOD BROODER HOUSE Time to EarlyHotWhere chickens are hatched with In cubators It is the almost Invariable rule to place them In brooders or brooder houses though occasionally a person Is found who prefers to give them to hens They will require less close attention with the liens but whero chickens are raised In consid erable numbers the labor of caring for them In brooders or brooder houses Is less than it would be with hens and ono of these methods Is almost Invariably preferred- It Is by no means an easy matter to so regulate an outofdoor brooder as to secure satisfactory results With practically all the brooders offered In the market the regulation of the tem peraturo is a matter of considerable difficulty Several automatic contriv ances for controlling the temperature In brooders have been placed upon the market but none of these have been found to satisfactorily accomplish the objects in view The variations in outdoor temperature are very wide Exposure to bright sunshine will cause the temperature to run up very rapid ly while on tho other hand the dls GROUNR Plan of a appearance of the sun behind the clouds or the coming up of a cool spring will cause an equally rapid fall In temperature Outdoor brood ers should of course be set In as abel tered a location as possible It might be easier to regulate them if they should stand in tho shade but sun shine is essential for the wellbeing of the chickens Satisfactory results with outdoor brooders are for tho rea sons which have been briefly referred to Impossible without rather clone watch and constant attention The Is much more easily managed If It stands under cover where tho varl atlons In temperature will be relatively small and it tho room in which tho brooder Is placed Is so constructed that the chickens can get Into the sun shine the conditions will be as good all It Is possible to make them where this style of management Is adopted In the management of brooders as in that of Incubators it Is the part of wisdom for the beginner to closely follow the directions furnished by the manufacturersTho of the houso shown herewith provide for exterior dl menslons ot IwxH toot All posts and rND silts that come In contact with tho ground are dpruco Frame spruce Front and middle posts four by four Inches by two feet baclf posts four by four laches by three feet all set five feet apart and two foot into ground on stones at bottom of holes Sills two by four Inches spiked to posts Studs two by Inches one over each post beveling at top to suit pitch of roof Plates spiked on top of studs Roof timbers two by four inches two by six inches apart between centers and CM bo lapped on center plate If short lengths are used These are to boards are covered with sides ands of two by four luc c are placed at each side of window frames Windows are without hlrigos and are swung in by means of oneinch square sticks from alley attached to window frames pre vent side drafts A piece one by two Inches Is nailed across from ono tri angular piece to tho other to keep win dow from falling Into pen Window slides up against this piece of roof when cord running over puller is pulled from alley Windows are fit ted with frames outside covered with oneinch mesh wire Sliding doors by cords from alley are under each window Pieces of two by three Inches are spiked across from center stud to back posts near ground From hotter end of houso to the other end each two by three Inches Is onehalf Inch higher than the one before it This given a pitch of six Inches In 60 feet Upon each two by threeInch and parallel to It is placed on edge and nailed to the center stud a piece of pins board one inch wide and three foot toInches long lapping two Inches on to stud Against the ends of these boards next the alley long boards one Inch wide are nailed at right angles to tho two by threeInch pieces Thlj makes lower portion of wall between pens and alley Notches are cut in I Brooder PLAN House wind brooder brooder four sawed tops of cross boards to receive pipes After the pipes are In another set of boards like tho others is placed on top of the others making a tight fence between pens and between pens and al ley of a height of 2 feet The heater pit Is walled with atone and cement and thn floor cemented The heater has a 17Inch fire pot Pipes running from beater to headers are 2 Inches and brooder pipes are 1 inch tank Is at top of pipe set in one of top outlets of heater Top qf expansion tank close to roof Heater drafts are by electric regulator by thermostat placed under pipes of first pen About 8 Inches of pen Is fenced off for this purpose A second thermostat oper ales bell In sleeping room of attend ant wherever It may bOoTho first governs the within 2 deg while the second rings bell in case of accident to the first If the temper ature runs up or down 7 deg from are 5x10 feet outside the pipe sections which aro 6x3 feet Pens are by boards 1 foot wide and above that 1Inch mesh wire 3 feet wide Holes are cut through the sep Elz nolIEnd Elevation o f Kyanlzed Covering clapboarded hemlocloItoofI Triangular sidepieces detachable operated Expansion controlled Operated temperature normalPens separated maybeOneinch mesh wire was laid on the ground and nailed to tho sills before any of the Inside work was Started This Is to keep out rata and Is burled under tho dirt with which pens and alley are filled There are 12 pens the heater VII and a room the size of two pens on the other side of the pit Doors In both ends of the building Chimney Is of tile sot In galvanized collar on root No hovers are used the open pipe system being preferred Hovers wore not successful and were discarded This house Is a successful chicken ralsor Lime Sorrel FieldsIt appears that sorrel is not a sure Indication that soil Is acid Yet no one has probably seen a field well filled with sorrel which limo would not help a rLANGUAGE OF THE EYEBROWS German Way of Determining Disposi tions anti Temperaments The eyebrows declares a German character reader toll us far more about the true inwardness of our die positions and temperaments than all tho rest of the body Study tho oye brow formation of your friends and you will Und that where tho Indica tions are similar like personal char acteristics will declare themselves says tho Now York World Thus you will dlecovor that tho highly arched eyebrow denotes a sensitive temperament Although contrary to tho goner al opinion they do not always adorn persons of superior intelligence Thin eyebrows invariably show a lack of vitality and those of the thick and Bushy variety indicate tho existence In their possessors of a highly vital ized temperament together with great powers of bodily endurance In wom en they denote unusual powers of bodily and mental stamina When tho eyebrows meet says our German friend you may bo certain that a sincere character Is expressed though hero It Is interesting tore call incidentally that every character reader since the days of Aristotle has declared that such eyebrows Indicate unquestionably a peevish disposition Long drooping eyebrows wide apart on the forehead Indicate a joyous die position and general amiability If the eyebrows aro more lightcolored than tho hair of tho head a distinctly weak vitality Is denoted Lightly marked eyebrows which lie high above the noso show a disposition toward Indolence and n general weak ness of character Dark eyebrows which lend so strong and energetic an expression to tho whole face are In dicative of patience Rarely will you find In persons of sharp Intellect eyebrows of a light color although the color does not count so much as tho shape Red eyebrows Invariably Indicate considerable ambl lion Tho average eyebrow Is a corn bination of black and red The Fatal Chamlnade A highbrowed young lady was play- Ing on the piano to the great edition tion of all tho other highbrows pres ent After a while she announced gra ciously that she would play a Cha mlnade and proceeded to do so At tho close of It there was applause Then an unsuspecting lowbrow piped up By the way what is a Chnmlnado He spoko as If not sure whether the thing was more like a chamois or a serenade The young lady looked at him witheringly Chamlnade is a composer she said with much severity That embarrassed tholowbrowWhy sure that Grles bad written a Chnmlnado a suite of Cha mlnadcs In fact Not at all repeated the severe youdg lady Chlmando Is a composer Oh Indeed stammered the lowbrow Well what did ho writer He Is a she the young lady in formed him What Is that soT Wellr-At this point friends of the lowbrow stepped in and restrained him from another possible fatal plunge A Preference for the Rod Twothirds of tho small boys In the public schools would rather take a thrashing than submit to any nice ladylike punishment such as stand ing In the corner on ono foot or being shut up In a dark closet So says a teacher That is a fact no matter how eloquently those who dont know and half tho people who talk dont know may spout about tho shame and Ig nomy not to mention the physical discomfort of a whipping No doubt there Is a certain amount of all three inconveniences attached to a good trimming but In the opinion of tho average boy those disadvantages aro oil set by a certain accompanying dignity To merit a thrashing Indicates that the boy has dono eowothliiK worth while It makes of him a kind of hero Banishment to tho corner or tho dark closet and kindred minor punishments may bo all very well for girls but boys yearn for something more heroic I am not claiming mind you that this preference Indicates a highly moral or commendable spirit it Is elm ply the natural boys attitude New York Press Sacrifice The bankrupt rolled up in an automobile to a meeting of his creditors Gentlemen ho began giving them a condescending nod all around these debts of mine shall bo paid though I suffer for It They murmured their thanks I have arranged ho went on to lye you my entire Income pro rata cheers with the exception cheers fainter of 50000 a ycar no cheers which is the least a gentleman could live on Not Even Imaginable There is no such thins as an im possibility declaimed the epigram vatic pollo- rYesthere Is replied the Eunuled Man A woman who doea not be hove she has wonderfully expressive eyes is ui Iniposslbllty Kansas City Times Not Afraid- I suppose you have read of the danger In kissing ho remarked ten tatively s I have she replied but I come In fancily noted for courage APPEAL TO GERMAN GTUDENTSIMovement Among Alumni ties to Abolish Drink HB organized atu dent bodies bo cause of their natural position I In leadership lathe student com munity shouldtlook upon It as I their first and distinct task toIbreak clearly with tho compulsory drinking that wornout survival of tho past Only when they do It will they bo In line with the demands of the time In which truth Istlvalued So part of an roadJsigned prominent by ates of the universities professors members of tho relchstag and mm well known In the empire It was pub 1pronounceablo000 alumni connected with the German 1outwardsentiment which Is making Itself felt In Germany and must ultimately pre vail Compulsory drinking for It la corn puleory and no man may expect honor at tho hands of his associates who does not Indulge In It Is the foulest blot on German university life do dares tho Homo Herald It cannot plead one saving grace The element of good fellowship which goes always with tho drinking In America Is who ly tacking there Tho students meet not to talk or visit but to drink and they do drink with a machinelike fe rocity which Is disgusting Stein aft or stein they empty into their mouths I without so much as tasting It or letting It touch their lips pausing only long enough liotwecn each two steins to thunder for the waiter That this survival of the dark ages cannot hold Its place In the face of tho all power ful sentiment for decency and temperance which Is sweeping every land In sure For the sake of their own good name the universities must abolish It NEW TEMPERANCE ALLY Marl Corelll Uses Her Pen Against the Drink Evil Problem novels socalled have 4 not always proved good wholesome reading There bavo been many of them of late years that wore not of y a character calculated to improve the morals of the reading community lint jthe popular story writer Is a power tigratefulHerald that ono of tho best known of this class of authors Miss Mario presshas quence full against ifcelrlnk evil She claim that Americans do not appear to grasp the extent of tho evil wrought ion 1 rural populations by the tyranny of the drink traffic and declares that they do not show enough sympathy with the efforts of earnest and hard working local pastors to better condi lions In localities whore tho brewerc IHnaUngilt especially concerning the results ot tho Prohibition Temperance folks howeverromarhbloIly welcome the accession ed an ally The round shot she into tho dritik camp aro well and should prove effective rcsInever been a brewery she without Its chemical shop close b Ono of her characters says To get tho cash back that has been spent on these great buildings which A exist for tho distribution of poisoned beer and alcohol hundreds aye thou sands of mcn and women must drink till they die Otherwise there would be no profits Let us hopo that her work will helpjalong the coming emancipation Good Effects of Prohibition Islington a small city in West Vir ginia shut down all legalized saloons In April last In spite of efforts to evade tho restrictions it hiss amply been demonstrated within tho city boridons in the short time ensuing prohibition does prohibit On the 4th of July In contradistinction to other years there wee n arrest made for drunkenness or any other lawlawnowi in the city The city jail stood empty and continued to do so to the ex pressed satisfaction of the civic au thorltlcB v standing tribute to the good sullB of prohibiting the crime producing traffic in drink KeeperA alter serving 30 days in Jail for violating i the Sunday liquor law said That 30 days In jail did mo a lot of good I have got all tho alcohol outafmy system and I am going to be a teetotaler from slow on and t thank the judge for sending me there as he has i ttontlCl JUtXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX I 61 MISS MODERNITY4 jByVIRGINIA WOODWARD 4 CLOUD S i 4 81 xt + to t = Copyright by UIIlbJohrrlll Co I looked around and through tho 1maee of kaleidoscopic color nnd move l mont without what might bo called a f leadn cluo to tho personality of ti her I Bought A young maid und shy jI perhaps not yet quite a part of her own social world and looking on with eager eyes of expectation yet as soil Ury as I felt myself to boo 1 pic tured her doubtful glanco In response to my own quick recognition her glower acceptance of mebecnpee of my dlsgulso of yean bronzed akin nnd heard Nor hair would bo twisted up of course A pltyl 1 recalled a mane J of bright curls on her shoulders and her drosses would bo long now lAtleast 1 know that I should nnd a wolcomo a handclasp when she should once recognize mo nnd perhaps n corner apart and thun rem In III rencc memorlea so far ns n young girl can have memories of childhood Then would follow a delightful ucno J of older brotherhood on my pact Wouldnt 1 make her have a good tlmothBt little comrade of long ago Between mo and whero tho hostess was supposed to boo moved n resiles glittering tide of humanity crested f like a hovering tropical bird and In eteAd of my familiar tho night wlnd- J In tho palms an orchestra In n gallery waited downward the sighing of a walls I was Indeed A stranger to my old world an alien to Us social soil An Impulse stirred me to re main so for awhile to bo In the crowd but not of It to remAin unknown bornithought and 1 leaned forward to ask u brunette Pardon me are you Miss Devour j ney Two fuwnllkP eyes looked at fie over a white shoulder as she smiled u negative I bowed and pns odon to ask a splendid blonde Pardon me arc you Miss Devour noyr She looked back from under a brll liant tiara and I retracted with a bow She 1 sought was not selfconscious A Sturdy Little Thing with Reddish Hair at any rate A young woman stood midway up the broad staircase lend t Ins to the gallery and 1 moved on with the throng making her my dontl national point Pardon mo are you Miss Devour= rrey I asked when the crowd had drawn mo near enough One white slipper was visible and tier train caught In ono hand Not nt all I she sad surveying 310 with the clear directness of tho twen tieth centurys fendatno product 1 ani sorry I murmured pausing A to let others pass us 1 indifferentfof perceptive swiftness and said Doubtless But It la hardly flattering to bo told oH But you HOC I mute you I only meant that If yon were Miss Devour ney I could linger for a moment and not fight my way to tho head of tho stairs Even a llttlu conversation would bo more enjoyable The Vision In white satin seemed to be itnlllDK Inwardly Outwardly she was maddeningly grave I felt unac countably old and far removed from her world Is sho Mlna Dpvourney then a pro fessional conversationalist t I assurv you 1 purer heard her talk tn tny Hfol I averred Oh that jiccouBta for It Sho Is n V good listener murmured the Vision Of courae I knew that I was being thllchl1lrootbut J adroitly ranged myaeff on her side of the stairs wpn dcrlng a lltlu at her condescension Im sure Iowa an apology for I speaking I ventured but I hap pened to look up and recognize you i Ohltllo gray blade pt her gaze was suddenly unShea ted au Mice Modernity = murmured Then lleaeo uaderltand that 1 recognized you first an Mr Antiquity or I i shouldnt nave answered you I fancy the meeting of extremes Is Inevitable I said politely May I not make a wayor yutp ascend or sayIliaYes if you will I suppose I must let you Itwal looking for some ono when you came up and Hero tho crowd wnilu It necessary that I should torco a way up to the gallery above When we had gained It 1 addedYou exceedingly good and r am favored beyond expression You Bee Im a stronger yet to my own n sort ot Rip Van Winkle and am keenly anxious to reel my ground beneath my foot for awhile 1 dont know a soul hero except Miss Dovournoy Hero she sank on a seat behind the gallery rail I never board of her In my life and I thought I know them ellthe women heroI looked around and spoke confldon- tlally marveling that I did so yet realizing that It was no strange thing Then I will make a confession 1 never did either Miss Modernity laughed softly but with evident enjoyment It was II seal upon our sudden bond of conDo deuce and I was glad of the human sound which rippled through the mad clamor of voices around us like the memory of u meadow brook lu the midst of a noisy thoroughfare her eyes as she turned thorn questioning tolerantly were full of humor- I was really looking for some ono nnd wanted to recognize her myself first So I lilt upon a name to give mo an opportunity of speaking to dif fervnt ones I think It was quite In penlousl She was an old friendIn tact II playmatel- Iukctball or ragdools she In tcrruptod Neither It WIUtcrltolen liP pies and rides bareback and wading up stream I mean on my back you knowJ Fancy Oh you all that sort of thine nut when anticipation has formed nn Ideal ouo somutlmes shrinks back from its fulfillment as If the Imagina tan is loth to relinquish that which It has found awoet Sho nodded quickly with a comps hension that was good to receive And I should like to confess that I represent that unenviable atom oi inaMullnlty an oxflanco OhlIers you mean You she was only five when she promised to marry me When I went vo parted In the Usual way Miss Modernity was evidently Interested the orchard I think It was I pulled her out of an apple troa You ice she was a famous climber and had a way of tearing her clothes nearly off I used to go In pursuit Dear mohowhow pastoral A hoyden or an athlete Neither I assure you but nn ador able child of about 12 years With promise of great beauty M3S Modernity stirred uneasily What was your cxflancco like she raid suddenly A sturdy little thing with reddish hair and freckles on her nose I said noticing Miss Modernitys slim Its Rome lines And her name she pursued ett death with a kind Intention to keep ino to tho subject most Interesting Her name was Dotty I do not know any girl by that names She unfurled a fan ot white Feathers waving It distractingly be tween Us while I was realizing that this was the kind ot woman whoso youth combined grace control beauty wit and gentle perception to make- a mans life and keep him clean All this passed through my mind with sud Ion light and I said stopping short 1 have not been duly presented to you I am Everett Ollall of ft u score of bravo battles she willed up at me I recognized you when you came up the stairs even be fore you spoke to me or dp you think I should be here with you- I put my glasses on again porplax edly scrutinizing the humor At those rank gray eyes as n volco broke upon us My father she said nnd I turned to face an old friend ORall YOllwlld manof the woods welcome home Weve had a soaroh warrant out for you The gov irnor wants you to receive with him nt ten Might have known Id find you with Elizabeth ElUabotht I was stumbling inanj like before the complexities of fern mine trancltlanstho loW knot of brown hair the womanly contour of figure the grace the aplomb then her laugh murmured toward me de IghtedlyNo IJcttyl Oh I could not heJ- pJtIt was too funny Miss Modernity Miss Modvrnlty how could you I said Her eyes grow sorter 1 wanted to know If you had forgotten moIf suddenly her hand sUpped In mine with a breathless aide Oh Qally you oU owl I am so gladlSo glad corao tomorrow Please I road silos Modernitys eyes and- Jeet her with my face turned toward a glad tomorrow RECIPE FOR CARAMEL CAKE Complete with the Directions for the Sirup and Filling Heat onehalf cup butter to a cream add 145 cups sugar beaten yolks of 2 eggs 1 cup water and 2 cups flour Deal 0 jnlnutes add 1 teaspoon vanl la 3 teaspoons caramel nlrnp ono halt cup flour Beat again and then add 2 teaspoons baking powder and woll beaten whites of 2 eggs flake In two round layers In moderate oven Caramel Sirup Onehalf cup granulated sugar In sauce pan uatll It burns a dark brown Havo ready one half cup boiling water Remove saucepan add water stirring rapidly Allow to boll until a thick sirup Makes enough for threo cakes Filling Ono cup sugar onohal cup water Doll until It hairs then pour It into the beaten white of ono egg stirring it constantly while pour- Ing Add 1 teaspoon vanilla and 3 tflaapoqns of caramel sirup 1 beat mine when nil togpthet with tie egg beater until quite cool then spread It on the layers Hope some ono will try this as It Is a denclous cake IrBuying olive Cjll by the gallon II ono case ot economy To cover the pan In which fish 1 s cooking will mako tho flesh soft Serving but two vegetables at din nor la atr fashionable as It is cconoml calCheap cuts of meat can be served palatably In stews and croquettes Perfumed olive oil sprinkled on II brary shelves will prevent mold on booksAfter trimming turn the wick of n- lamp below the burner or the oil will ooze Mud stains can ho removed from black cloth by rubbing them with a raw potato Dried lemon peel sprinkled over coals will destroy any disagreeable odor about the house To make luminous paint mix f1 small quantity of calcium sulphide with ordinary white paint Paperhangers paste Is made by ad ding a tenspoonful of powdered alum to every pound of flour Stuffed Tomatoes Italian Style Take ono dozen or moro tomatoes not too ripe Wash but do not peal them Cut ono slice oft top so as to clean tho Inside then to make the eluding taken seven eggs and bent well two cups ot grated cheese two sprigs chopped parsley two sprigs or chopped thyme a quarter loaf ot stale broad let stand In lukewarm water live mlnutoe then squeeze water out a halt cup ot sausage meat pepper and salt to taste Mix the whole have your baking pan ready Put to matoon In four or Ave In a row and fill On each tomato put n piece of butter Orcaso pan with olive oil or butter have oven warm and lot bake for an hour or more until done nerve hot or cold as preferred A Supper Salad A toothsome salad may bo arranged of fruit and lettuce for a little supper after tho theater or for any Informa evening occasion Cups arc mado out ot tho heart of lettuce and In each la put sliced pears apples bananas and walnuts covered with mayonnaise or French dressing It can bo prepared beforehand and pub Into the refrigerator to chill It hould bo served cold on dainty little plates With It have sandwiches made of thin slices of graham bread covered with French dressing and boiled rod Spanish peppers with celery chopped up and put under tho peppers About Screens Screens aro omen made ot cheap wood which easily warps And for this reason they should be kept In a dry place during tho winter They should be stood on end and not laid flat upon the floor Sweep tho screens freo from dust and with an old brush and a bucket of kerosene coat the wro and wood This prevents rust rail helps preserve tho wood Do not nestle tho screens closely together eo that the weight ot small ones will bulge tho wire of larger ones A storm door can bo mado from tho ramp of an old screen door covered with oilcloth Cheese Entree To ono pint of fresh cottage choose add onequarter cup each i of broken walnut moat candled Ics and Incapplo mix thoroughlthen take up nicely rounded spoonfuls of tho mixture and place on loaves of crisp lettuce ono spoonful for each Indl vldunl serving Lastly cover with mayonnaise dressing and serve A Mexican Dish Into a baking dish put a layer of tiacnronl after it has been thoroughly cooked In salted water then a few spoonfuls of gravy from roast beet cover with tomato catsup then another layer of macaroni gravy and catsup being sure to have catsup on top Set In tho oven to brown Lemon Water Ice Tnko tho juice or four lemons the grated rinds of two lemons ono orange she pound of sugar and one quartoC water Put the water and sugar on to boll then add the juice When this cornea to a boll set It aside unUlcoJd then freeze It hard Tomato Butter I cooked tho tomatoes then ran thorn through a colander to extract the seeds I then added sugar an spices to taste cooked down rather thIck and the result Is delicious Worlds Temperance Sunday Smttj School Lana for Nr 29 1903 SpwJaDy Arnnjed for This Paper LESSON TEXTIialah 3M3 Memory verse II GOLDEN TEXTI keep under my body and jrlnu It Into subJecUontCor 52 ThoughtInprophecy of Isaiah our lesson for today wo must first have a vivid reallza tlon ot- The Historical situation Read J Kings 17123 18110 Chron 29 30 It is about 725 B C Isaiah the royal prophet was In Jerusalem the capital of Judah The good King Hezekiah the rulers and leaders ot the state were his audience The nations were going astray they were worldly drunken selfish cruel luxurious oppressing the poor neglecting religion forgetting God From tho northwest were coming great hordes of Assyrian soldiers dev wayTheydom ot which Samaria was the cap Ital Like an overwhelming scourgt theso seml savage armies were over running the country with all wanton crimes and cruelties destroying every thing good They were sweeping away cities and vlllageii tums cattle orchards everything The prophet sees them drifting as Jn the rapids ot Niagara swiftly toward destruction Ho sees tho stornr clouds on tho horizon threat ening tempests and lightning blasts and destruction Within threo or four years Samarla the capital was captured and the northern kingdom swept out of exist once by the Assyrians But the people of Jerusalem felt comparatively sate for their city was a mighty fortress a very Gibraltar rarely captured and probably It never could be captured It the people within wero brave united and true The prophet pointing to the north ern kingdom warns his own peoplo that nothing could save them If they continued to sin Repent or that overwhelming scourge will sweep over Judea and Jerusalem In its devastate ing course VI Woo Not a wish or a prayer for woe but n warning that woe was coming To the crown of pride The capital so called be cause It crowned the hill or because Ita battlemcntcd walls resembled n crown To better or tho drunk ards of Ephralm put for the whole kingdom because Ephralm was tho Icadlngtrlbe Whoso glorious beauty The glorious beauty of Samaria was a beauty of magnificent luxury Sum mer nnd winter houses distinct each from the other Amos 315 Ivory palaces 1 Kings 2239 Amos 315 a wealth of gardens vineyards figorchards and olive yards Amos 19 residences of hewn stone Amos 511 feasts enlivened with tho melody of viols Amos 523 beds of Ivory Amos 64 wine in bowls Amos 6C chief ointments Amos 66 constituted a total ot luxurious refinement beyond which few nations bad proceeded at the time Rawllnson In a fading flower It was a kind of beauty that was liable to fade It had nothing at the riches that endure- V 2 The Lord hath a mighty and strong one The Lord would use the Assyrian power as a tempest of hall and a destroying storm to punish the wickedness which was Injuring the people tar moro than the Assyrian hordes could their outward prosperity V 4 As the hasty fruit R V the first ripe fig swiftly decaying or destroyed by the birds V 5 Turning from this crown ot pride and fading flower and decay ing fruit ot sine the prophet points to the only true crown ot glory and diadem of beauty the Lord of hosts V 6 For he would bring to them the spirit of judgment justice right Kiusness and turn back the battle at the gate defeating and scattering their enemies- V 7 Then he shows ono source ot their woes erred through wine rot of the way through strong drink therefore they err In vision they stumble In judgment The Jerusalem drinkers indignant ly askV Whom shall ho teach knowl edo What right has Isaiah to talk to us thus Aro we babies just weaned from tho milkT Aro we mere school children to be elided and warned In this way Y 10 For precept must be upon precept The R V gives the true meaning For U is precept upon precept The prophet is telling the same story all the time continually rc punting everywhere all the time In season out of season the same old warnIng Tho prophet nawers This seems jonotonoua ti you but you Will have Bother kind ot monotony If you do otglvelieedlo uy words For with lammortag lips Better as R V For by maD of strange lips and with another tt1guoAvbtbat of the aiyrlan hordes will he speak to this people 11 to whom he said This Is- the rait this JI the refreshing Godhad pointed out to them how ihey might have rest and prosperity yet they would pot hear 12 13 Therefore by the Assyrian Innl- Ion they should find precept upon precept etc a monotonous teaching f uOlletiens and sorrows till they tall backward and be broken as same to pass In alter years 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all 9 i Over 60 instructor 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS i A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject 5 So many classes that each student can be placed with other like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Samo lectures library mid general advantages as for moro advanced studonta Arithmetic and the common branches tauht In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management PrlnUng Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loam andEarn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSIi 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young porton for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with LaUn Gee man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono 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 free Reed Organ Volco Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on nn average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than ho pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts ot Christian and patriotic peOplo who are supporting Borea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it Is expected that all will havo a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn moro may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents tone dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College auks nb rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash- Ing ot bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for 3 return ot 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 caro of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction la a free gift The Incidental Feo for most students 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 too and room renM y the term board by the halt term Installments aro as follows WINTER12 weeks 29ooln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle ul term 900 SPRING 10 weeks 52250In ono payment 52200hInstallment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle oi term 670 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm seedy 940 SPRING7 weeks term for thoso who must leave for teachers ex f aminations 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 i J t REFUNDING Students who leave by pOI mission before the end ofa term receive back for money advanced as follows l- On board in full except that no allowance is mado for any fraction tt 1 a week i On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unnr N plred fraction ot a month and in any case a forfeiture ot fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply thl fraMount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a monthaLIT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are well T started In school It pays to stay as long as possible The first day ot Winter term Is January C 19C9 The first day of Spring term Is March 25th 1909 i vI For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary tWILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eye of the men and boys who see it Tho mountain people liko II good thing wHcn they RC it and to get a 75 cent knife with two hJiitlSof razorsteel and a dollar paper that is worth moro to the moun taint people than anyother dolla paper in the world The Knifeand The Citizen for 125 That brings iii subscriptions l the time If you have not got it joa ought to haw w 1 4- S tJN D j JfBYB5RTNA lu fTl HE parson hath appointed a day of Thanksgiving for this village that tho cruel tide of Indian Invasion In turned bark and our llvos aro spared Bald Mistress Lovooy Goodwin bustling Into the warm kitchen where hnr scalar In4aw Mistress Prudonco Good win sat knitting by the fireplace and her listless daughter young Mistress Patience Hnlcomb bent languidly over the spinning wheel Mistress Prudence made a sign for silence but It was too late Tho facb of the pate young widow grow whiter and without a word she rose and glided away Mistress Lovojo looked at her sis terlnlaw Inquiringly Hath she not yet become recon clued to the decree of G0117she asked Mistress ITudencc shook her head Nay she said She aalth ever that this nut by the decree of God she suf fers but by her own wilfulness It Bent Languidly Over the Spinning Wheel she had not come away from tier husband against Ids doslrba so slue salth evershe would at least have died with hOn That Is wicked repining said the moat sententiously She ought to be dealt with by tho mooting She should bo thankful that her life was spared when bur neighbors were taken Ddtibtlosa It was a leading of the Spirit that cnnsnd her to come here eer the snvngos fell upon Wy oming She above all othors surely has reason to ho thankful You should donl with her sister and check this uiilinvard spirit said Mmtresa Lovejoy sternly Mistress Prudence sighed 1 kpow not rlghtly how to do It when she Is In such sorrow shn said She halh ever been a willful and un lovingtJnoI You have ever spoiled her and her husband did the same Perhaps this Is a punlahmiml to you both said Mistress Lovojoy Mistress Patience a bride of a year l had left her home In Wyoming valley for a visit with her mother In an older settlement She had bagsed and plcadcdto mnko this visit with a willful demand that would tint tm denied 1 It was an unusual occurrence The journey through the wilderness ras too long and toilsome tothink of vis Its Must of the mothers who said farewell to daughters going to plo veer homes could Hardly expect to see thorn again Hut Jlllttcss Patience who was anything hut pnllrul In spite of hor namo would not sub rJ lo this state of thing She b and pleaded to go until her 6ilsuandto whom her lightest wish was law gave i his conbont He was Iho more ready to do this as there worn ugly rumors i toryforcesnndJ1 ment of Wyoming standing on a die r 117 e puted tract and not nor well protected ijasother regions was peculiarly liable didJi or k gone Shy was very niiich lu lave U 1with this grave middleaged husband petta shaken their beads over Mistress Pa lets1 will only stay a little while 1 I 1 will come back soon she had said at tho parting regretful at the last at minute for her action But the sav t ago Indians had come down upon the Itfr village of Wyoming and swept It off from tho faco of tho faith The houses were burnt the people massacred or Ircarrlyd away captive Every day a fresh story of horror espe t dally dreadful had been tho tale of f John 1 ilJtOmb pad 16 companion who x J had been carrl and sacrificed in s a sort of religious ceremony Sho must bo roused She must see people I would make her go to the Mlslressit sway Ice and ISJlenco wont to the serv There can never more be a day t 1 l 11 t E 4 of thanksgiving for me she thought drearily as she sat In her widows weeds In the square wooden pew The long long prayer was finished Patience liked the prayer for In It she could hide her taco It was never too long for her although a modern churchgoer would be aghast at having to listen to even a sermon of such a length The psalms of rejoicing had been sung These had been harder to bear The preacher had settled Into his discourse He had turned his hour glass and was already at thirdly God In his providence has ex ceedingly blessed us In delivering us from danger ho was saying Pa tlenco shuddered What good was It to her to bu delivered since John had perished under the Indian tomahawk- A figure appeared In the doorway Such a figure Gaunt tattered wild eyed unkempt barefooted bleeding a more skeleton covered with ragged shreds ot garments It stood In the doorway quivering and motioning strangelyII TIs some crazy exhorter such as used to conio and Imrrnnguo tho con i gregations In my grandfathers time I said Judge Fletcher whose ancestor had been a judge In the days of the persecution of Anabaptists and Quakers The tlthlngman stalked down the aisle to put out the Intruder Some ot the men halt rose but sat down again whnn they saw that tho matter was being attended to It was a dreadful thing In those days to dis turb a meeting that John HnJcomba widow unmindful ot disturbance start ed up at the cry and fairly ran down the aisle It Is John It Is John she criedIhad a religious sorvlro In Bethlehem Hill been broken up like this one The minister stopped in ImlKlttant1lentcnhimself who boro upon his soul the awful responsibility of every man and woman boy and girl In the meetinghouse forgot It all and cried taut like a frightened boy It In a ghost Hut It was nut a ghost It was John Halcomb himself sofa The Btory of Jho Indian attack jOn tho village of Wyoming In 1778 Is a story of marvelous escapes ax well as of torture and massacre No adven ture In It seems morn marvelous then that of John llalcumb which Is one of the I toryIcomb had been ranged around a largo Hat stung while a woman fury rolled Queen Esther who seemed at the head of this ceremony of sarrlflce of prisoners crushed the heads of one after Iho other with a great stone death maul Two of the captives said denly leaped to their feet and dashed Into the forest Tho Indians pursued them but did nut shoot probably be cause their plan was to bring them I A Figure Appeared at the Doorway back alive and torture thorn to death One of the twoand It was John Hal comb trippod on a vine and rolled down the steep river bank Then ho gave himself up for lost nut the fall Instead or bringing him to death saved his life Ho lodged under the heavy branches of n fnllon tree and the pursuers sure that hn was ahead dashed past It without discovering him Ho lay concealed In this lucky hiding place until darkness came Then wounded lame and almost fam Isbed he started out on the journey of days through the trackless forest Jn fested with hostile Indians that lay between him and Patience A man less brave of heart would have given up a score of times but there was no give up to John Hnlcomb Tie might bf to weakened that he could only crawl but he crawled on Tottering stumbling crawling dragging him self along his painful way by Inches and in danger of his life all the way he covered tho toilsome miles and came to make for his wife Patience a real Day of Thanksgiving Copyright 1907 hy Wright A Patterson Than pgiving Thanksgiving manes our prayers bold and strong and sweet feeds and enkindles them as with coals of flre Luther OUR NATIONAL BIRDS May one give us peace in all our States The other a piece for all our plates MADISON PRIMARY Fine Pledge Not Kept Results ot Saturdays Balloting and Corrup tion Tho Madison County Primary hold met Saturday resulted in tho selec tion of the following candidates Couuty Judge 921GriggCounty Attorney e3Ctuokr1S6Counly Clerk 1113FIhOldharo CIrcuit Clerk 76Samuels1401County Sheriff McConJ Majority 44 8JICull53J1I11eCounty Jailer Jorityale1tagen7S1IauplnCounty Aue or 91HmbryMerry tpMauplnCounty Superintendent of School Nolana f0 Majority 1086 Mm Cobb gill The following amendment to tho Democratic Primary Election Call to be nerd in Madison County on Saturday November 14th 1903 was on petition of all the candidates who have quaIl tied In said Primary adopted by the Democratic County Committee ct Madison County at a special meeting held November 7th 1908 towit 1 It any candidate who has quail fled and entered iu said Primary shall either by himself or by his direction or consent or by his friends either directly or Indirectly give loan or promise to any voter or any one for any voter money property spirituous vlnlous or malt liquors or any thing ot value for the purpose ot promoting or Influencing his nor itna tion on or actor this date or tall on this date to call In or revoke anything of value heretofore promised or placed tho vote of such candidate thus offending shall bo thrown out and not counted and on no account shall lie be declared tho nominee for tho of rice for which ho was announced This provision Includes meals necessaries commodities or luxuries of any kind whatever for any voter or person working for him In said Primary 2 Every candidate whose name shall be printed upon the official ballpt for said Primary shall take the following oath before a person authorized to administer oaths viz I do solemly swear that having qualified to enter the Democratlo Pri mary In Madison County 1C to be hold o i November the 14th 190S that I will neither In person nor by direction nor through my friends either directly or Indirectly give loan or promise to any voter or any one for him any money property spirituous vinous or malt liquors or anything of value for the purpose or with the Intention ot promoting or Influencing my election and will on this date call In and revoke anything of value here tofore promised or placed by me it any and should any one do any of the above named things for my benefit I do solemnly swear that I will not reimburse him In any way whatever and will exert every effort ot which I am capable in making my race for the office for which I havo entered In said Primary a just and honest one under the order of tho Democratic County Committee of Madison County on my merits and without tho use of corrupt Influences either directly or indirectly 3 Before a certificate of nomination shall be Issued to the candidate rece iving the largest number of votes In said Primary he shall be required to ifbscrlbe to and take the following oath viz- STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF MADISON I do solemnly swear that I have neither in person nor by direction nor through my friends either direct ly or Indirectly since Nov 7th 1908 given loaned or promised to any voter or any one for him any money property spirituous vinous or malt liquors or anything of value for the purpose of promoting or influencing my election And no one to my know ledge has done any of theso things for my benefit I solemnly swear that I will not reimburse any person In any way whatever for any expenditure made In the Democratic Primary election of Madison County on my account and that my race has been a Just and honest onef 4 The vote shall be counted and returns shall be made In the manner and within the time remitted for the hnWlnT of rpenaV elections Paid Prmnrv shall be helrfin nl rpsnTts In the manner reiulr d br law and Jn the same manner and unhlot to the mmn TWTlnUIn M In rr tar elections All off pr of elections shall he fItdnlv Rwont before atine and retms of tm tfnUMi shall be marie within the time and In manner tritlred In rcenilqr ea Hopn nd tn thn Pccrftnry of the Tmoernh rmmlta at11 Court House In Richmond JCjr a Jc Only qualified voters who are known Democrats shall bo entlltcd to vote In said Primary except that young men who shall arrive at twentyone 21 years of ago before the November election 1909 who shall pledge themselves to support tho Democratic nominees In said Prl mary shall bo permitted to veto therein This Nov 7 1908 It Is Greatly to bo regretted that this fine pledge seems simply to have teen used by some of the more unscrupulous to entrap the better men as there Is much evidence that the pledge was not kept by many ot the signers As a result several of tho worst candidates won NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Hint PaRe tions Mr Taft said that he Was glad to have this assurance after the election tho ho know it already MRS OSBORNB DEADMrs Jos eta Neilson Ooborne widely known as society and stage dress maker and writer forfthe Delineator died at her homo In New York City lost week of appendicitis Mrs Osborne had Just returned from Europe only a few days before her death- MADISON SQUARE GARDEN FOR SALE The announcement that Mad ison Square Garden Is for salo has caused much dlccusslon In New York City It Is not known just what will become of It after tho sale But whatever the fate of the Garden Now Yorks annual horse show will go on aa usual SCO MEN ENTOMBED An explosion of tiro damp caused many deaths In a coal mine tho Radbod mine at Hamrn Westphalia Germany There are sflll SCO miners In the bottom of the pit but there is no hope that they can bo saved IIN WASHINGTON Continued from flint Page i ot the cabinet are likely to keep their I places Tno democratic frank and friendly spirits of Mr Tatare looked upon by vasoiugton newspaper nlen as promising an aumituaruuon which will be oue ot luG pcopitt Mr Tail is a comparalvot pour man and most of tao men he appoints will bo of the sauna olaM No man will feel uneom fortabla because ho Is not rtali The leftBlcms of tho Tariff Revision Committee are really the most im portant things that are going on here just now Kvery man who has a business or thinks ho might have one that could be helped by a tariff ta hard at work trying to show the oem j raltUe why bore ought to be1 i high duty on the article he is Interest ed In No one Is doing anything to i bring duties down and Just now It looks as if all the Information sent In would bo for higher duties This would not be wry dlipleaatog to the Committee which is mostly very friendly to a high tariff even the Democrats like It when they are In business and are not running a com nalgn And it la tho buyer who nev er manufactures anything who will suffer And tho buyer Is not hoard from and It ho could be hoard might not know Just how to tell what he wanted It Is expected however that before things have gone much farther experts will begin laying evidence before the commli on that there will he a fight in Congress and that be fore they get thru there wilt have been n real revision which will have Riven some help to all which Is tho noptthllcnn plan DISCUSS JUDGES Continued from first page tlons diminished to a remarkable de gree and a new era seemed to have dawned upon us SO gradually had this change been brought that It XI1S scarcely noticed for a time but when it dawned upon the people that they could go any place In the dlstrkv un armed and unescorted without tear of being molested or accocted by a lawbreaker they were quick to- oGive the credit t Judge Faulkner And I might say that a largo majority of tho good citizens of tho district believe as I do in this matter that I Judge Faulkner should again bo given tbo office ot Circuit Judge that he may continue the good work which ho has already brought to such a sue icesBfuI culmination It Is not my purposo to go over his entire record and point outMn detail the many achievements of his splendi I career on the bench the people of tbc dlttiict are as famllir with them xs I nm J do desire to ask every lawrbioirg citizen in the district to assist hint In every possible way In this campaign and nominate him on December 5 that he may continue hla good work and bring tho district to a much higher plane I do not wish tn go on record an opposing Mr Lewis In his ambition and desires Ho is a splendid young man and official but I have learned through bitter experi ence that It Is not well to swap horse jln the middle of tho stream Judge- I Faulkner has commenced agra i i ti J I workwhich no other man can bring to a successful culmination pad 1 be hive ho should bo returned the victory next month I am now nearing the time ot Ufo allotcd to man I have seen many changes In my Umo but none which have brought the country which I love so dearly to such a splendid position as has the changed condition since prescntloctlce t Is made at this time I greatly fear for tho welfare of tho district I be hove tho people can best subserve their own Interest by renomlnatlng him and I hopo all who desire to con tinue to live tn a peaceable lawabid ing community will vote for him in December next I do not believe they will over regret It- lteepecttully S G Steele Warren Ky Nov 1C 190S Editor The Citizen Berca Ky My dear SlrWIII you allow tuo a little space In you paper to speak a tot words in defense of Judge Faulk ner who Is a candidate for reelection of Circuit Judge ot tlae 27th Judicial DistrictJudge Faulkner was born tour or five miles southwest ol Barbourvlllo on Swan Pond Creek Ills parents being very poor ho wan deprived of tho privileges that most boys have When at tho ago ot nine years ho being the oldest ot five children his mother died anti his father being disabled from work the burden ot responsibility fell on him to care for tho four younger ones the youngest being only a few weeks old Tho boy realized his condition and hard was his path and dark the future Ho never faltered but went to work and raised the little opes 1 By working ell day and studying at night and going to school when he had a few days provisions ahead he obtained a certificate to teach school By hard work and close economy he was elected County SuporlHtandmt of sohoojg Then taking up the practice of law he pined favor with the people and wo ell said He RM served us w well as Superintendent wo will Beet him Circuit Judge and the pea pIe are proud of him today He has made an honest Godfearing Judge dealing out Jiwtloe between man and man a Judge who has been the poor mans as well as the risk mans friend the blaek roans as well as tbo white mans who bM Mood fearless and firm and oxetxitlnt the laws of our country a Judge who bM disposed of more uses than any other we have ever had who hM bunged tho midnight oil In hie room looking over papers and trying oases a Judge who Is In favor of good government giving all the people white and Mack risk and poor an equal showing That U tho kind of record Judge Faulkner has made Now fellow citizens are we going to let such a man as BUI Lewis de foot Judge Faulkner Why do we want to change Judges everybody from all over the District joins with one accord In saying that Faulkner has made tko host Judge we ever halt You say that ho has had tho office long enough that It wont do to keep a good man In office always Nearly 2000 years ago Christ was crucified burled and rose again con queror over death hell and tho grave lie ascended to leaven whore Ho rules supreme today and every body Is satisfied with Him It wo should become dissatisfied with a man Itecauio holding office so long why not remove our blessed Savior Jesus Christ from Ilia throno and put such a man as Bill Lewis to rule in Ills stead a man who gets so drunk ho- I cant fill late appointments n man who was elected sheriff of Leslie County In the year 1890 sad drank soI heavily ho could not settle with tho auditor resigned his place as sheriff had a Democrat appointed In his stead and left his sureties In the hole over 1 GOO that Is the man who is running for Circuit Judge against i Faulkner i Fellow citizens those facts cant I bo denied They are on the records ojt the Franklin Circuit Court Then fellow citizens ate you going to put such a man as that In as Judge where tho lives ot thoucands are at stake they Imploring you to protect them and their little ones from the desperadoes who will bo terrorizing the country It wu alow tho election pt man as Lewis IstlCha In conclusion let me say to I yoq man vote for II C Faulkner 1 for Circuit Judge and when you do that you will voto for a man who had and will at all times stand for the right thing And you my fellow laborer Voto for Faulkner nd you will have a man who stands bv the law and deals It out honestly between tho laboring man and the cacUallst I anneal to you as n poor laboring ran who has known Jmlcro Faulkner for thirty years and know of no time when he refused to lend a bolplne THE MARKET ierea Price Potatoes Irish per bu LOO Cabbage So per lb Apples per bu 11160 Eggs per doz 25c Butter per lb 200 Bacon per lb UHa liens per lb lea Lard per lb UoChickens on toot per lb 7c I liens on foot per Ib 7cI Feathers per lb SOc Corn 75c- Wheat per bu DOe I Oats GOo Live Stock Louisville Nov 10 1008 CATTLE Shipping steers 4 00 65 Beet steers 260 4 25 Fat heifers and cows 2 75 3 S5 Cutters 2 00 2 75 Canncrs 1 00 2 00 Bulls 200 3 25 Feeders 2 75 4 25 Stockers 2 00 2 65 Choice mulch cows 35 00 45 00 to rail 10 00 30 00 eMediumCommon 2 CO 400 HOOS ICO Ibs and up 5 SO 130 to lGO Ibs G 2 Pigs 4 60 Roughs 6 15 down SHEEP Best lambs 400 C 00 Culls 250 400 Fat sheep 3 00 down MOM pork 12 SO lightjandto medium 12ic I Breakfast bacon 16I4c Sides 19e UlllM HorDried beef 18 Shoulders 9a LARDPure Uercea1lc tub 11s cents pure leaf tierces 12c firkins 12U c tubs 12KC I EGGS Cose count ISc per dcn BUTTER IMOc per lb POULTRY Spring chickens 9llc lee 741 dtHks old 80 turkeys 1012C ducks young 9o WHEAT Mo 1 red I Ofiii CORN He 3 white 77 4a Ne 3- j mIxed 770- OATSNew No I white Ns No I Mixed MK aUordII taaMil his poor old tGUler gray haltedNM ko ta with oiw teat In th and tile oUter on toe brink ta pray fairIwa to grave la loan whoa the Lord all ltlmTIfollow citizen consider tide and husk long and soberly and whoa we go to the poll On DM 6 lets oast our vote for H a Wn lk hitsIservej alit I Raw fought a Rood tight I haws kept the faith I have finished oonrso Henceforth there is a 11wn of righteousness prepared for IB Heaven Hater thou Into the IJoyo of thy Lord Thou hast bten faithful over a few things I will make theo ruler over many s Respectfully A Laborer SHOULD TRADE AT HOME I We desire to give our readers ten I good reasons to Out mind why the people of our city should do their trading at home They are Because You examine your put chase and are assured of satisfaction before Investing I Because Your hqnie merchant i Is always ready and willing to make right any error or any defective ar ticle purchased from himr Because When you are sick or for any reason It Is necessary for you to ask for credit you can go to the local merchant Could you ask It ot n mailing order house I Because If a merchant Is wUllneIto extend you credit you I him the benefit of your cash Because Your merchant pays local taxoa and exerts every effort to build and better your market thus increasing both tho value of the city and property IBocansa The mall ordcv moor chant does not lighten your tax or In lany way help tho valuoof year property 1 I Because Tho mall order merchant i does nothing for the benefit of mark eta or real estate values Because It your town Is IoM enough to live In It Is good enough to spend your money inuI Because Tho your community patronize home Indus try Why not be one of the citizens Because If you will give your home merchant an opportunity to compete by hrlnolng your order to him In the quantities you buy out rf town ho will demonstrate that qual ity considered ho WIno sayo you honeyExJI 7I f i 0 L The Porter Drug Co iNOORrOBATMo rI PHONE 12 BEREA KY r + shho hrh 4 orte00000000000000000000000000S ierea and Vicinity o o 0 0 e a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- N 0to 0- ooooooSoiovoSoScSooosoSooooSoo5oSo5oSooSoS DR BEST DENTIST CITY rilONK IBS OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE 0 M Green of Curtcrsvlllo was in town the first of last week Misses Ifcsttla Lewis and Etta Moore were shopping In Richmond Saturday Mr U II Shadoln will bo la Paint Lick this wocli superintending Como work on tcliphoneo going on there Mr J W Simpson of Monticello Ky visited at the home of T A Rob inson week before last Mn Sarah Spurlock ot Paint Lick was the guest of her daughter Mm U M Burgess a few daB of last weekHenry Bingham left Friday for Otualnnatl where he goon to lay brick MlB8 Llllle Obrlunan who IB teach ing near Combs Ky visited with friends In Uerea Saturday and Sunday Mra IS D Spenco and daughter Daisy have returned from Richmond where they have been viilUll for a short time with Mr and Mn Hal Brewer MlM Viola Cllek spent Saturday and Sunday at her home at Kerby Knob Mrs Nettle Smith of Wllllirasburg Ky hu been vtoltlng her brother Mr Will Halof sad wife ot this place and their relatives near Illg bill din Reuben Preston has been very 111 for the put week Mm OwUybMk and MlM Tristram who have been visiting Mn Thomson IandMn Cewley returned to Loralpr Ohio last Saturday W D Loendou bat bMM iVisnola awl UntMttaM thfo w etL IN MEMORIAM Mn Mary A Kirby tho wife of Reuben Kirby departed this life on Nov 12 and was laid to rent In tho family burying ground on Friday Her death waa caused by a hip joint frac lure which she received from a fall on Sept 53 from which her great age prevented her recovering Oho was In her 76th year Mn Kirby was one of tho most loved na well as one ot the oldest ladles In thU part of the country Sho joined the Glade church years ago and lived a boautlful Christian fife She always thought of others tint and was always ready to do a kind deed or to speak words of kind ness to those In net Mr and Mn Kirby were married t fiftyseven years ago and have lived all that time In tho same place When they began house keeping there was no such place as Dorea and where the town Is now standing was only a wilderness without even a wagon road They have lived to see tho jown and college spring up and grow io their present sizes Mrs Kirby leaves besides her hus t joband coven children three sons and ft four daughters all married Ono son Is In California one In Illinois and ogo at home All four daughters live near Derca I Tho Infant child ot Mr and Mrs r George Daker was burled Monday tartornoon at tSo cemetery i Jesus aid Suffer the little dill dron to come unto ma and forbid there not for ot such Is tho Kingdom of heaven CROP REPORT The long continued drouth has ex pended thru the greater part of Oc 1 otober and was slightly broken by rain Yln several portions of tho Stato Stock water Io very ecarco and la being hauled for miles Cattle and t dive stock have suffered for water The drouth ham been almost unpre cedented and has caused a covero lone to farmers Wheat sovMnc has been croatl do Inycd bocnuso tho ground has been so lard and dry Rye sowing baa been delayed from the same cause and will be very late Com has all hoop cut and the early corn is of cood quality and good 4t rJ yield but lato corn was greatly dam aged by the dry weather The prloo is very high and prospects are for still higher prices Burley tobacco shows a very much decreased acreage Quality not good very little damage by frostI Dark tobacco chows somewhat of an Increased acreage over 1907 crop Quality good and housed without any damage from rain or frost I Grasses have been Injured by the severe drouth Some reports show grasses burned up completely It will require plenty ot rain and favorable weather to overcome damages which tho grasses have suffered I Alfalfa has withstood tho dry weath er better than all tho other grasses showing conclusively that alfalfa Is tho bolt forage crop for Kentucky I One grower of second crop potatoes reports that yield and quality are ex ceedingly good- DairyingI has suffered greatly from the drouth but there la an increas lag Interest being shown In this im portant feature of Agriculture I Although tho poultry interests thru out the whole State are largo yet tho demand for poultry and poultry products is oo much greater than thef supply and the profits to tbocc already engaged In tho business are so large proving that there la not enough attention shown this very important Industry Bcoauso of persons owning orchards I not spraying and giving careful atten tion to the eradication of Insects tho fruit crop is very short and wo advoI oato the use ot the spray because fruitIwktiespray their troM do not havo any TUB CANNON ROARED Whllo campaigning In his home Plato Speaker Cannon was once In veigled Into visiting tho public schools of a town whore ho was billed to speak saga Success In one of the lower grades an ambitious teacher aalled upon a youthful Demosthenes to entertain the distinguished visitor with an exhibition of amateur oratory Tho selection attempted was Byrons Battle of Waterloo and just as tho boy readied tho nnd of the first para graph Speaker Cannon suddenly gave I vent to a violent sneeze But hush hark declaimed the strikesIUkoI The visitors smiled nnd a moment later tho second sneeze which Mr Cannon WAS trying vainly to hold back cAmo with Increased violence But hark bawled the boythat heavy sound breaks In onceslOie and nearer clearer deadlier than before Arm arm it Is tho cannons opening roar This was too much and the laugh that broke from tho party swelled to a roar when Uncle Joe chuckled Tut up your weapons children I wont shoot any more The Path finder PUBLIC SALE On Saturday Nov 28 thero will be sold at public auction my farm ot 33 acres on Muddy Creek road about 100 yards from tho Mcncloco plko near Crooksvlllo Also three stacks ot hay Terms on day ot sale E 0 Lamb Kingston Ky FOR RENT I 40 acres of corn land on Brushy Fork of Sliver Creek J W Herndon or J W Dlnsmore FARM FOR RENT 1 Good farm at Brassfleld For solo or rent Possession given at once Apply to W D Logsdon Derea Ky or J P Logidon Panola Ky WANTEDTo hear from Sydney Griffith or Sydney Gllllland or his heirs last hoard ot rn Virginia W F Champ Executor of W P Griffiths estate Public Sale rJ- Vo the heirs of Thomas P Hulcttt deceased will on Saturday Nov 14 1908 on the promises two miles from Berca on the Wallaceton pike In w UZPFUse Zarings Patent Flour And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to eatI We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE M 1R rather Successor to olDen Grocery Company pbonc 184 nonin Street Opposite citsci office Madison County Ky sell to the high est and best bidder two tracts of land asfollowsTRACT I NQ 1 contains 42 acres I line upon it a tour room box house barn good spring water good garden I t and small TRACT orchnrdI8 acres in meadow land 25 acres timber land remainder In pasture Has houaeIwatered land an I Will offer the two farms separately then as a whole and whichever way they bring the most money that bid will bo accepted- J Eo Hulett- J N Hulett E T Hulett W P Prowltt Auctioneer Jones A friend In need Is a great thing Bones Indeed It Is JonesYes Indeed met ono this morning and be cost me J5JDctrolt Free Press ooeoooQoooeooeoS o o Ii College Items I 0 qldJo Q- IoeooooSOSOSOSoSooooioSo Prof Ellis spoke at Union church Sunday morning and at Chapel Sundry evening I The Berea second team and the Richmond Normal played a hot football i game Monday the score ending i 110 The ball was In Richmonds ter timei was given atI tho Y M C A Sunday night by the boys who attended the International Bible Conference at Columbus Ohio Tho boys who reported wore Grnthwell and Herbert Henry DoSSSI j Dr Cowley gave the lure to young men and Mrs Frost to i j young women I I Now students are still coming In In spite ot tho lateness of tho day I i There woro several joined last week I There was a reception Saturday i night to tho Georgetown football team and ono Tuesday night given by tho Faculty members for the local I teamiBEREA 19GEORGETOWN Gamed College Defeats Rival In Best of Season Victory Puts Team In Third Place In State Race By playing a strong and consistent game Borca defeated her ancient en j cmy Georgetown College on tho local gridiron last Saturday Bcrcas team has had a hard schedule this fall steadily Improving In each game until tho climax was reached In tho Georgetown game Every man win in fine condition not one being taken out of tho game On the other hand so flerco was her attack that two Georgetown men were retired to the side lines Except for a cool broezo somewhat annoying to spectators the day was Ideal for tho game Never has such enthusiasm been shown on tho local field as when Logan protected by a stonewall Interference went over tho line for the tint touchdown after flvo minutes of play Tho crowd and players went wild with delight appearing to be possessed by some such spirit as AmericanaDementia a la football Joy and pride In their team reigned supremo in the hearts of tho rooters Hopes of ultimate vie tory were restrained until George towns inability to mako any headway with the ball became evident Time toitire game the visitors did not make their tint down more than three times Berca completely outclassed her opponents in every department of the game except punting In this particular Crcekmore was moro successful than Swope But ono touchdown was made In the ballIbut braced up and hold for downs punting out of danger 8wopoi tic Hue bucking of Flanery were the features of thin half In tho second half Berca made four teen more points By a series of line FlaneryIIan end run by Thornton the ball was finally pushed over tho line by Flan cry for Bcreas second touchdown Georgetown again kicked off to Be Tea With perfect team work a stone wall line and splendid Interference by the backs the ball was again carried down the field to the twenty yard lino where Swopo stepped back and negotiated a neat drop kick the only ono made bjany ot the big teams In Kentucky this falL Again Georgetown kicked off and again Be rea came down the field As the goal was neared Logan was given the ball on a straight buck and went thru Georgetowns line running twenty five yards to his second touchdown Georgetown kicked off With but a tow minutes to play Berea started toward Georgetowns goal for another touchdown At this point Bender made twentyfive yards on a quarter back run It was growing dark and nothing but cross tackle and straight bucks were used after this These brought the ball Georgetowns one yard line where Georgetown made ono last stand and held Berca when tlmo was called Bender starred In this half receiving cheer after cheer for his brlllant work Out of several attemuls both teams succeeded In working but ono forward nass each Povera onslrte kicks wore tried those b lnc more successful for each team Daring the name Berca was nflnnlzpd about fit tv yards and Georgetown about twentj five Swope mlwd two goals Kennev Creftkmore npd Reward starred for GeorgetownThe of the teAmA was an ntlnwat HURRA VOMTIOX CEORORTOWN llammond OOle lecher R O Phcrlcy Hill 1 It Kfntien Swope cl KK Stlici Robinson and Trttme tfarh IY vColltn Thompson R T Carroll Logan rM IrMorrtandTh- ornton R ItItowrdCPla- nery P B Creekmore Wheeler Coo Tudor Iknder J n Ros U Referee Monroe Umpire Buulett Touchdown Logan t Plannery i t Dropkick Swope Score here 19 Ueorgetovrn a WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THE FOLLOWING i LINE OF GOODS Ladies and Childrens HATS COATS SKIRTSQ- ueen Quality and R J R Shoes Underwear Hosiery Corsets Dress Goods and Trimmings Everything in Ladies and Childrens Wearing Apparel MRS S R BAKER Phone 123 Richmond Street i Berea Kentucky ABOUT ADVERTISINGNO 4 The Hen and the Doorknob By Herbert Kaufman Once upon a time there was a fool hen who sat on a china doorknob for three weeks expecting to get family The only thing she did get was ex perience 0 The advertising field is full of china doorknob propositions ex amples of merchants vho expect good newspapers to hatch money out of bad egg business or who put soundnest eggs under the wron advertising hen There are three principles to fol low in an advertising campaign First of all find a business that will stand advertising secondly find the newspaper that will make the adver tising pay thirdly give the news paper time to pay You cant start in to breed dollars in less time than it takes to hatch them any more than you can pull a hen off the nest before she has had a chance to incubate In bothcases you simply waste what has been in vested If you stop too soon you will get a rotten egg insteadof a chickenAdvertise something out of which you may reasonably expect returns and when you have found what to advertise take care that you place your copy in a newspaper that can turn the trick Dont delude yourself with a china doorknob and dont confuse a rooster newspaper which spends its time cockaloruming for a hen newspaper that is too busy hatching out dollars to strut about crOV1ogJI 1 Copyright 190S by Tribune Company Chicago 450Buys a good set of teeth DR HOBSON Richmond Kentucky u GO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DeSIGNS COPYRIGHTS 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IarmHIf for roe ur- I AdrcrtlilDf raIn on appllcitua JNaN or UUfTCCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 1 t A discovery of large deposits of Un I oro is reported as havIng been made recently in the Brooks mountains In Alaska The details of the strike are not given A Wisconsin man accused of murder pleads that bo was insane for Just three minutes The stop watch may yet figure as an important exhibit in homicide trials It is now said that tho duko of Ab ruzzl has been jilted by Miss Elklna and is to spend the coming year in the navy At any rate the announcement has the 400 all at sea Mme Emma Eames the dlstln guished opera singer who has Just sailed for Europe is distinguished also by tho fact that only four letters are required to spell her name Children whose parents bundle them to bed at sundown will heartily welcome tho theory advanced by Thomar A Edison that sleep is merely a mat ter of habit and wholly unnecessary tc life or health- Philadelphia women in search of a new fad are going to take up ballooning as a sport this summer Paying tor the balloons is likely to keep tho Philadelphia men up in tho air a good deal of the Ume There is some frightful mistake in the civilization of tho great and rich city of New York that has to establish food kitchens for starving schoolchil dren Such an Incident is a blot upon our modern life A cultured Philadelphian who has been abroad breaks into print to relate that American diplomacy is a butt Abroad Sure 1t has butted several exponents of the foreign brand of dip lomacy clear off tho brldgo and keeps right on butting A woman lawyer in New York has announced in opening her office that she will serve women clients only Tho only trouble with this program Is that by one of those contrary twists in human nature tho women clients are apt to prefer tho men waterbury American How would t you advise a young man to spend his t vacation who cant afford to go into the country a reporter asked Mr Rockefeller Til tell you what I used to do nnder those circumstances he replied I didnt take any I With an Income of only 6000 a month Mme Anna finds it necessary I to pay her debts on the installment plan Poor Prince Hello may if things keep on getting worse be compelled to accept a position in a grocery for the purpose of earning his pin money Prof Brand of the University of I 1Ilerlia has come out with a long sup L statement furnishing addi tional proof that educated Americans speak better English than do educated Englishmen Now will our British cousins stop dropping their hs and l poking fun at the American accent Another university professor is quoted to tide effect that Tlmbuctoo will be the capital of the world 4000 r years hence Maybe so but the wise will watt perhaps 30 centuries and then Inquire whether the cassowaries e are eating missionaries hat boots and hymnbook toobetoro buying corner lots for tho rise With a twocent postage for letters passing between England and the United States It is possible that postal t tcards wall be sent for one cent In i t nthat case a tow more ocean liners might bo placed in operation as at a that rate the traveling tourist will be tier encouraged to deluge the homeland with their little souvenirs of travel r Mayor Busso of Chicago who has seen a somewhat famous bache lor until recently appears to have been guilty of contracting what might be called a clandestine marriage At least ho took to himself a wife without notifying any ot the newspa pers either of his intentions or of the actual ceremonies which toot place a couple of months ago with out any of the reporters finding it out until now Jt Is a botnowbat ua conventional procedure but It has its charms and its compenea- Uoas ibv Yt Airship to Be It Will Far rnyCOUNT Otrmau ZEPPEUNIL ftl HE most useful feature of the rigid system of aeronautics is the ease with which it may be developed to accomplish even greater things I am not however at the present time medi tating the construction of an airship that will carry a hundred passengers but such a huge structure does not lie beyond 4h0 limits of tho technically possible a- In all likelihood airships will soon be built to fly GO kilo meters a kilometer 3937 inches on hour for two days- in all about 3000 kilometer or making tho pass age more slowly C000 kilo l1etersin4 days In figuring out to what limits the conquest of the air will be carried in one generation we may count pretty surely upon airships of this range to judge by what has already been Aerial navigation the art of properly steering a vessel through the air encounters much more serious problems than navigation on rivers and sea All is well if the aerial pilot has a clear day and his eyes are the only guides he needs provided he docs not have to approach a mountain ous region which exceeds the height to which he can or cares to ascend But when the winds playing about the mountains shift their directionnow blowing strong now blowing weak now up now down tho closest attention is required the finest skill and practice the most accurate knowledge of the vessel itself as fo the readiness with which it will respond to turning the machinery on or off In tho darkness and the fog the boat must be kept clear of such territory either by rising above it or keeping to the side of it In order to be able to do this charts are necessary Where there are many elevations present it is difficult to find the lowest and broadest pass over the mountain ridge which most airships will endeavor to reach in order to avoid high flights and thus effect a sa7 ing in gas In the rarer atmosphere the balloon would become too tcnsr and gas would have to be released through the safety valves Encounters between airships will not be of infrequent occurrence Rules and regulations for guarding against collisions must bo created Where charts do not exist on a sufficiently minute scaleat least on tho ratio of 1 to 2000aeronauts must provide maps by taking photographs from their ships of the various localities Similar dbficultics attend the finding of landing places though in one respect the tusk is not so hard because the currents of air are less ir regular at such places TIle troublesome thing is not to steer clear of but to get to a certain spot In both cases the path to be taken should be indicated by proper lighting perhaps by searchlights China Trains WomenBest By MME WU TING FANO wu1 CblaCM Dlplomit Call to- Women ofWealth Carry Passengersand accomplished unexpectedly I was reared under the old rule My parents 3Ir and Mrs Ho of Canton fob lowed traditions carefully and they seem to mo safe admirable traditions Chi nese girls now want to learn everything which their brothers learned I was taught that it was bettor for a girl to learn right behavior toward her future inothorinlaw and husband In my day girls were taught the four virtues and the three obediences The first relate to proper conduct a sub missive demeanor modesty and docfiity and proper employment of the time that is to faithfully at your tasks as the station requires embroidery for ladies weaving and other work for those in low er circles Time three ol edieiicts are fliose of a daughter to liar father a wife to her husband and a mother to her son These duties are amply explained in Chinese religious guide books and it seems an excellent way to train any girl even here in this country She is chargd to be truthful unselfish and loving She is told that to be tranquiland reverent in the thoughts of her heart and the inner life will clearly manifest itself in outward actions She is especially counseled never to search out the affairs of other people like a busybody She is warned to treat the handmaidens and slaves with forbearance and kindness and not to exact too strict n reckoning with them on the spending of the household funds The Chinese girl is taught even to make tho toilet a time when she can reflect on the necessary virtues One of the spiritual books tells her that even wjjen she spreads powdcron her face she should think that it be for whiteness and purity within as well as without Always the Chinese girl is exhorted to be good obedient and meek and in my day the ciders always thought that much learning would render her not so sub missive toward her husband and sons ra t By JEAN M GORDON iTufarr Uipcclof New Orluu I and work American women of leisure must awaken to an appreciation of the democrat ic idea of Noblesse Oblige They must learn that the day almsgiving is passing The great American public is becoming on educated one and is beginning to resent the hand of charity always being extended when it asks for justice Picture to yourself what it would mean to this country if thousands of young wom en who now spend day alter day with ro definite object toward which to work would awaken to the debt they owe to Helpers of Mankind who have gone before leaving the world so much better for their having been here and decide that from out of the fullness which has descended upon them they would give hack to the world an equal in public senice Think what it would mean to bring their trained minds and great wealth and leisure to Iho study of the economic conditions which are represented in the underpaid services and long hours of their less fortunate sisters in tho mills and factories through out this broad lane 1 Think what it would mean if from the protection with which their wealth and position surrounds them they took their stand on the great question of the dual code of morality J Think what it would mean to the little children being Ijtuntcd men tally and physically in our mills and factories if these thousands of young women many of them enjoying the wealth made out of these lililoiiuman- souls if they refused to wear or buy anything made under any but decent living conditions I Think what it would mean if they decided every child should have a seat in school that every neighborhood should have a playground and a pulilic bath f v BESIEGED BY A FURIOUS MOB NEGRO KILLS SEVEN MEN AFTER SLAYING MARSHAL Wounded In Battle Slayer Sets House Afire and Is Burned To Death Okmulgec Okla Nov IGInpersons wore killed and ten others wounded Sunday afternoon in a tight between Jim Deckard a negro du porado and law omeersI shellItrassistant chief of police of Okmulgeo two negroes named Chapman broth Irs Jim Deckard negro Tbo wounded Steve Grayson In dlan boy fatally beaten Vic Farr chief of police shot through shoulder deputy sheriff name not learned arm broken several others sightly wound edThe disturbance began at tho SL Louis San Francisco station where Deckard engaged lu a fight with an Indian boy Stove Orayscn and put him Into insensibility with a rock Friends of Uraysou notified tho police arid when Policeman Klabcr went to tho station Deckard fled to his house near by barricaded himself in and when Klabcr approached Deckard shot and Instantly killed him Sheriff Robinson gathered a posse in a few minutes and hurried to tile scene Part of this posse was mode up of a group of negroes whom the sheriff commissioned as deputies An the per approached tho house Dockard opened fire with a rifle ilr Ing as rapidly as ho could load his weapon The sheriff fell first instant ly killed Then three of tho negro deputies were slain Dockards houso was soon surrounded by a frenzied mob of arm cd men Fire was set to a houso jusi north of Deckards Volleys wero poured Into Dockarda house and he was shot down Ho was seen to roll over on the floor strike a match and set lire to his own house which was soon a roar ing furnace In which his body was baked Gov Iloskcll at Guthrie was no titled of tho battle and of the bad feeling between whites and ncgrows that had grown out of it and threat- end a race riot Tho governor at once ordered the militia company at Muskogco to lire pare to go to Oklahoma and a speelal train was mode ready to carry the troops tha governor remaining at his office to keep in touch with tho shun tine News of tho preparation to send militia here hnd a good effect on tho disorderly element of both races and at 7 oclock Sunday night the crowd has dispersed and further trouble was not expected THREE GAME WARDENS Have Vanished and It Is Feared Threats Have Seen Made Good Whltebam Mich Nov 1GMlaltl gans war on Illegal fishing may have resulted Iti tho death of Deputy Stae Gamo Warden Julius Salmonson nil brother Martin Salruonson and Deputy Sheriff J C Hazlotlne Tho men havo been missing sine midnight Saturday when they went ont in search of nets in Whlto hake A coat and pipe belonging to Julius Salmonson Hazletlnos cap and the false bottom of their boat have been found Threats have been made against the state officers who have in terfered with the fishermen Somebody will get done up If they dont leavo us alone is a common threat among those who pursue Illegal fishing Julius Salmonson Is about 35 years old sad devotes his time to his duties as deputy game warden Lila brothct Martin Is 30 years old Sheriff Hazlo tine Is about 45 Blizzard Raging In Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pa Nov 1cA heavy snow covers all of Pennsylvania and the sudden cold spell has brought much suffering Lawrence Doyle was frozen to death while picking coa- lalouga railroad In this city and Chas Erickson a farm hand searching for work was found In the suburbs Sunday morning Unconscious from tho cold lie will probably dlo A severe bUzzard Is raging Jn the mountains In Central Pennsylvania and covers fully half the state from Harrisburg to PIt bul It Is the first time so heavy Q snowfall has been known In Ponn ylvanla at this season in more than a generation Temperature in the con trill part of the state range from 15 to 20 degrees above zero I Pittsburg Sewers Burst Pltta url Ill Nov 16 Throv sewers In different parts of the city broke Sunday causing heavy damage The greatest iota was created by the rcaklngof tho sewer on Thirtysixth street II Ie W Jonklnson tobae cnlsts lost tobacco led to limo value of SSOOOO The total loss will be S00000 Was Fatally Burned Carnet III Nov IGWhUo play- Ing with some companions near a grate Mabel McGuire aged Ii Sun day let her dress gut too near the tire and it caught Tho child lived only a few hours Hospital Dnmaged By Fire ML Vernon J1INov HTlle Mt Vernon hospital was damaged by the Sunday morning to the amount of 12000 with 6000 Insurance Tb hospital was filled with patients and all were rescued MSSM BOY INVENTORS Hqw Two Country Lads Gained Fam and Fortune A boys ciders are guilty ot a foolish act when they snub him because he says or does sotiTcthtng which they dont understand A boys porsonal ity Is entitled to as much respect as a mans so long as ho behaves him selfSome of the most Important Inven lions have been the work of boys Tho Saw the Boy Playing Marbles at the Door Invention of tho valve motion to the steam engine was mado by a more boy Newcomes engine was In very Incomplete condition from tho fact that there was no way to open or close the valves except by means of levers operated by the hand ewcome set up a large engine at one of the mine and a boy Humph rey Potter was hired to work these valve lovers although this was not I bard work yet It required his constant attentionAs was working the lexers ho saw that parts of tho engine moved In the right direction and at the some time might be made to open or elate- the yalvesIHo prooured a strong cord and made one end fast to the itropor part of the engine and tile other end to the valve lever atad then he had the satisfaction of seeing the oaslse move with perfect regularity of motion A short time after the foreman came around apd saw tho boy playing marbles at the door Looking at tho engine he taw tho Ingenuity of the boy and also the advantage of so great an Invention Tho Won suggested by the boys In ventive genius led to putting It In practical form and mado the steam engine an automatic working ma chine Tho power loom Is the Invention of a farmers boy who hate never seen or heard of such a thinK says the Detroit Free Press Ho whittled out one with his jack knife and after ho- had got It all done bo with great en thusiasm showed It to his father who at onto kicked It to piece saying that ho would have no boy about him who would spend hit time on such foolish things The boy was sent to a blacksmith to learn a trade and his master took a lively Interest In him He made a loom of what was left of the one his father had broken up and showed It to his master The blacksmith saw he had no rom mon lad ah on apprentice and that the Invention was a valuable one He bad A loom constructed under time su pervision of tho boy It worked to their perfect satisfac tlon and tho blacksmith furnished tho means to manufacture tho loom and the boy received half tile profits Inabout a year the blacksmith wrote to the boys father that he should bring with him a wealthy gentleman who was tho Inventor of the cele brated power loom You may be abli to Judge of the astonishment at tho old home when his son was presenter to him as thp Inventor who told him that tho loom was tho same as the model that ho had klcktd to pieces but Co year be lore EASY TO DO Hang Your Hat on a Lead Pencil i Try It Tiko a fcmooth hexagon lead pencil one without either rubber or mp l end and plut4 It against a door or I window casing then with a film heavy pressure slide the pencil some 3 or 4 Inches and it will stay as t enllInghang your but tn the end of the pencil When you allrfo tho pencil along the casing do It without any apparent ct fort and it will appear to your audi ence as though you had hypnotized It Tills says Popular Mechanics is A very neat trick If performed right Trig 1 shows the pencil on the easing and big 2 the hat hanging on It GIRL DEFIED AN ARMY Pretty Charlotte Hlllman Asked Tort for Soldiers and the BIN W+ s Paid It Is related that the army beaded by Sheridan and his stall loft Win Chester by tho valley pike early In tho morning the column moving to ward Stephens City Just an day was approaching the staff reached tho toll gate and was discomfited by n young and beautiful girl Charlotte Hlllman famed locally for her girlish charms Even tho war hardened Sheridan seems not to havo boon proof against the persuasion of a pair of black eyes and a pretty face and when toll was demanded straightway produced the tithe setting an example that was followed by his staff Out said Sheridan as ho passed through the gate I cannot vouch form army Whcn the common soldiery earner the girl again lowered the toll bar and demanded toU This was mot by Jeers from tho guard All day tho dusty troopers pasiod through and all day Charlotte Hlllman stood nt her post For every ton soldiers who passed through tho gate she cut a notch In tho atoll polo Early fled beyond the Blue Ridge with the remains of him disor J ganized army in tho valley of Vii 111 glnla Leo bcatcu back by OrnntIJoverwhelming numbers gave up the fight In the southeast Joo Johnston fired tho last burlesque shots and peace canto again over tho north andtsouth Then when relations Washington had boon rocstabllbtdYand the administrations ono of magnanimity Charlotte Hill man counted the notches In the foil polo and sent hop bill to Wusllnjton And the bill was paid MILK BOTTLE ICE BOX It Doesnt Cost Much But It Dote the Business t At a cost of from SB to CO cents anyone can make ono of these milk tattle Ico boxes Any ordinary wood en box about 13 by 18 Inches with a depth of 12 Inches can bo obtained from your grocer In the bottom of this box placo plenty of 3dult and on this set a tin pall or can that Is eight Inches In diameter and high u Keeps Milk Cool and Sweet enough to take in a quart bottle at milk The pall must root on sawdust and not on the bottom of the box Plaeo a cylinder of tin around the pall which ta a little Jar than the pall and pack sawdMt aout the cylinder filing tho Ktaco rill up to the level of the top of tho pall Fasten with nails or tacks about GO layers of newspapers to the under side of the box cover The milk bottle Is set in flue pall and broken leo packed about It An Ico box of thin description says Popular Mechanics will hold two quart booties of milk It will take about two cents a day to operate this coollug device Not Wholly Careless Thomas Chelt was a meek but care less clerk who through no greater fault than carelessness was ally blundering In his work lilt morn usual mistake was to misdirect let ters either by substituting a wrong street number or by writing say Cal for Col Ono day says Youths Companion his employer laid on his desk a letter which haft been over a month in the malls without reaching Its deatlnatlopand all because of ThCfcas error Sow this thing has ROt to stop said hla employer Such delays waste date and money If you hail used an envelope which hadnt bad our address in tho corner wo might never bavo known where this letter went to- Thats true assented tho liumblo clerk Out I am always careful to use that kind of envelope just for that reason Doing a little slow of comprehension ho did not uudcrstand why life patlJn employer bit his lip and turned away Imlllnt- Conflicting Evidence fIntricaciesfriend says tho Washington Star and gave the followlic story In regard to conflicting evidence Usually ho nad ono statement IK far more probiblo than the other s6 that we can decide easily which to be hove It Is like the boy nnd the house hunter The honso bunter getting ort a train at o suburban station said to n boy My lad I am looking for Mr Smlthsons new block of semlde Inched lioUttc How far are the from hcroT About HO minutes walk tho boy replied Twenty minutes exclalnio the Jiousohimtor Nonsense Tho ad vcrtlKeulcnt soys five Well said tho boy you can be hove moor you can bellcvu the silver tisement but I aint tryjn to rnako a sale Not It Point of Grammar Teacher Willie Islt right to cay My sitter hate came to scaooirv- WMIerNomm Teachers Wby not t 0 Willie Oecause your slater trjwent homo Y V r I N ETCILFSTEP nUT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY WILL LEAVE CABINET DECEMBER 1 LONG ILLNESS THE CAUSE President Accepts Resignation with Regret Truman H Newberry of Michigan Will Be Appointed to Fill Vacancy NavyVIctorrostgnatio to tho president to tako effect December 1 on account of III health Assistant Secretary of tho Navy Truman If Nowberry will be L named as Mr Motcalfa successor For moro than a year tho tact that Mr Metcalt had suffered serious III floss has been well known at tho navy department Formerly of vigorous health his friends expected that ho would bo able to regain his strength but constantly recurring Illness con 0e vinced Mm that tho only course for him to pursue was to never his con with all active work III to Perform His Duties 1MctlonMetcalt hat suffered from a breakdown that has rendered it Impoeslbjo for him to remain at his dei any length of time and tho chronic nature of his trouble has caused him to abandon hope of re covery while burdened with the cares of office On April 1C last ho went to California and to review the Atlantic oattlf shlp noel Ho took a long vaca tion hoping to be permanently boon Sited thereby returning hero Septem ber 1 Upon his resumption of of ficial duty his Illness promptly row curred and ho frankly told tho presi dent that ho could not remain In the cabinetMr Mclcalf was thoroughly versed in naval matters having served on tho house committee on naval affairs while In congress Ills first appointment under this administration was as sec rotary of commerce and labor which ho relinquished in order to accept the duties of secretary of the navy on December 17 1000 Praise from the President Tho presidents totter accepting the resignation was as follows My dear Mr Metcalf I accept your resignation with real reluctance and only because you toll mo that it Is Imperative that you must go on no count of tho state of your health I rt2 AZ BK had earnestly hoped that you would bo ablo to continue with mo through out my term I thank you warmly for your faithful and efficient service In both of tho departments at tho head of which you havo served under me hut my dear Mr Melcalt you havo al ways been moro than tho head of a department you have been n cabinet minister upon whose aid and advice and above all on whoso haunch and steadfast loyalty I could rely upon any rind all occasions No president could wish moro loyal and hearty support than you have given mo I thank you for It I shall miss you when you leafo the cabinet and I wish you well In whatever work you may un dertako and wherever your life may lead Wlth regret therefore I accept your resignation to take effect upon the tint of December Newberry Good Man for Place Mr Nowborry had never filled any Important public office prior to hla ap jKJlntment as assistant secretary of the navy November 1 1805 Before that ho was In business In Detroit Mich The intelligent Interest ho has Displayed in connection with his post 3ias caused much favorable comment Mr Newberry has entered Into tho spirit of naval Improvement and has cooperated whenever possible In the development of naval matters Ho will have an opportunity to use his per sonal prestige with tho naval affairs committees of both houses in securing desired naval legislation Not Guilty of Embezzlement Pittsburg Pa Addition C Altaffer fpraerly discount clerk of the Allo gbeny National bank was found not guilty Friday on a chargo of aiding and abetting former Cushier William Montgomery In tho embezzlement ot over 1200000 from the bank Col Tprney lr SurelilnGener- IWalhlogtonTbeapllolntment of Col George II Torney as surgeon treaeral of the army to succeed Burg ben R M OReilly was announced by the secretary ot war Friday J = RlKGISJ HEDEY rSHQT 0FR03ECUTOR FRISCO BOOD LERS BADLY WOUNDED latoon Mn Attempts to Kill Lawyer Because Latter Drought Out Fact He Was ExConvict San Francisco Francis J Hcnoy a loading flguro In tho prosecu Ion of municipal corruption tills stty was shot and seriously injured Friday by Morris Unas a Jewish sa oonkecpcr who had been accepted is a juror In p previous trial and after Aardc removed I having been shown by the litQCI1 lIon that ho was an ox convict a fact not drought out in his examination as a Ventrouian Tho shooting occurred in Superior Judge Lawlors courtroom during n re teas In tho trial of Abraham Iluef on trial for tho third time on tho charge of bribery At six oclock At night Mr Hnnoy was conscious Ho sold I will live to prosecute him Tho physicians in attendance on Honey expressed the opinion that ho- would live It had been ascertained JIIIIf i I Francis J Heney that the bullet which had entered the right cheek had lodged under the left car and had not entered his brain ns at first feared Mr honey was taken to the Lane hospital where ho Is receiving the care of skilled surgeons When ho won furcated lass sold ho shot Heney because ho had ruined him lIe Is a married man and has four children In a statement made to Police Captain Duko ho said lIeney denounced me In public which ruined my life and branded me as an oxconvict It was an outrage I am tho wronged man I do not care what becomes of mo now I have sac rifted mysolf not for my own honor but for those who are situated like my myIfact that I was an oxconvict would bo come known honey ruined mo That Is why I shot hint HIRES MEN TO KILL HER MOTHER ColdBlooded Plot of Chicago Woman Is Exposed Chicago Plotting matricide In tho most cohd blooded manner in order to obtain 17300 May L Otis 3G yearn old carried her plans to tho point where she believed four days would see their fulfillment then was arrested by tho men she believed her tallow conspirators She was to point her mother out to the than she had hired to commit the crime that ho might make no mis take She had paid over 5130 cash and signed a note for 2100 to procure the commission ot tho crime Sho had outlined In detail how her mother was to bo dono to death and had warned him that sno wanted a good job and dif not want It to bo any ambulance case All her planning was duo to tho fact that her mother In a recant will had made Miss Otis her solo heir The womans supposed follow conspirators were the head ot a private detective agency and two city defectives OH Rehearing Denied Chicago Tho petition by the United States government for a rev hearing of the appeal of the Standard Oil Company of ludlana from tho29 240000 tine of Judge Ludls was over ruled Tuesday by Judges Qrosscup Baker and Seaman in tho United States circuit court of appeals In a brief opinion delivered by Judgo Qrosscup thn original opinion of tho court reversing Judge Landls de cision was upheld New Head for Wesleyan Now York William Arnold Shank lln president of Upper Iowa univer sill Kayctte la was elected on Friday president of Wcsleyan university Mlddlotown Conn Dr Sbanklln who has been president of Upper Iowa university since 1005 graduated at Hamilton college this state In 1883 Receivers Cleveland Car Lines Cleveland OJudge Taylor of the federal court Thursday appointed Warren Illcknell and Frank A Scott joint receivers for the Municipal Trac tlon Company and tho Cleveland Railway CompanyTrua Against Coopers Nashville TennTho grand Jury Friday afternoon returned a truo billI against Robin Cooper Col D DI Cooper and exSheriff John D Sharp charging them with the murder of Senator E W Carraack New Divorce Law Was Carried Sioux Falls 8 ELThe new divorce law increasing the period of residence from six months to one year was car rled on November 3 in South Dakota by a vote of two to one according to unofficial figures TIMELY ADVICE vlv HUNDREDS DIE IN A MlfiE AWFUL RESULTS OF EXPLOSION IN GERMAN COLLIERY Dead Number 339 Efforts to Reach Their Bodies Are Fruntrated by Fire Hamm Westphalia Germany Nov nTho greatest mine disaster in many years In Germany occurred Thursday morning at the Radbod mine about three miles from this place There was a heavy explosion in tho mine about 4 a m and almost Immediately tho mine took fire Of 380 miners working underground at tbo time only six escaped without Injury Thirtyfive wero taken out badly Injured and 37 were dead when brought to the mouth of the pit The remaining 302 have been given up for lostThe explosion which was unusually violent destroyed ono of the shafts which had to bo partly repaired before tho rescue work was begun In addl tlon the flames and smoke proved al most insurmountable obstacles In the early efforts of the rescuing parties A special corps composed of the men who rendered such valuable aid In tho terrible mlno disaster at Courrlercs France In March of 190G arrived upon the steno shortly before noon but were unable to enter the mine being forced to await the result of the deter mind efforts of tho firemen to keep the flames In check Meantime heartrending scenes were being enacted at tho mine when the dead and wounded were brought to the surface and there were similar scenes In the town when the Injured wero transported through tho streets to tho hospitals At ono oclock tho flro had mado great headway and later In the afternoon after a consultation of the engineers it was decided that any further attempts to rescue the entombed men wero vain owing to the impossi bitty or entering the galleries At tho same time an order was Issued to food tho mine First reports Indicated that the acci dent was tho result of an explosion Of coal dust but the statements of the Injured men render them Improbable and it Is not clear just what caused It BANK EXAMINER IS DEAD E B Shaw ts Suddenly Stricken at Carroll la Carroll laThe second trngedy In the affairs of tho failed First National bank of Carroll whoso president W 1 Culbertson recently shot himself occurred hero Thursday In the death of the national bank examiner in charge E B Shaw of West Union la Although apparently In good health Wednesday night he was found dying at eight oclock In the morning when the clerk at his hotel sought to arouse him for breakfast Ho hrd been stricken while undressing to retire nnd had laIn across the foot of the bed all night unconscious lIe was removed to tho hospital and there died at ten oclock of hemorrhage of the brain Bold Attempt at Blackmail Denver ColA woman giving her name as Mrs H C Cones Monday afternoon compelled Mrs Genovleve Chandler PhIpps Alvorccd wife of Lawrenco Phlpps tho Pittsburg mil lionaire to take her In her automobile to n bank for tho purpose of getting 10000 that she demanded of Mm PhIlIP on pain of being blown to pieces with dynamite At tho bank Mrs Cones was overpowered by ape cial officers and placed under arrest Sho talked incoherently to the police and is thought to bo Insane Life Sentence for Train Wrecker Spartanburg S CClarence Ag now tho negro charged with murder and the wrecking of a passenger train on tho Southern railway near Duncan S C which resulted In the killing of tho engineer and fireman was found guilty Thursday Ho was sentenced to life Imprisonment Serious Fire In Bismarck N D Bismarck N DFlro of unknown origin destroyed the yards and ware pouf pf the Acme Harvester Com pU causing Yi lose of 150000 KAISER WILLIAM CENSURED Members of German Reichstag Use Severe Language Berlin Emperor William never has been so severely judged by his parlia mont as ho was Tuesday during the debate In tho relchstag on tho Inter pellations concerning tho conversa tions published with tho permission o tho emperor in tho London Dally Tele graph on October 28 The criticisms of his majestys court his ministers and his majesty treatment of tho constitution as well as of his freedom of speech went to lengths that astonished observsrs a quainted with the traditional caution of the chamber in dealing with th personality of the sovereign And the emperor seemed to have no de fendersChancellor von Buclow mado an ad dress lasting 15 minutes but he lacked his usual spirit and n person high In confidence Is authority for the statement that ho also had told tho emperor that neither himself nor his successors could remain In office unless his majesty was more re served Tho house received his ox planation in Icy silence Tho conservatives representing largely tho landed nobility were al most as relentless as the socialists Uio radicals and fio national iiberals SIX CHINAMEN DROWNED Attempt to Smuggle Orientals from Canada Is Disastrous Buffalo N YA motor boat con taming ten Chinamen and three white men was wrecked on the brcakwall otr the foot of Michigan street early Thursday Six of tho Chinamen there drowned or dashed to death against tho rock ribbcd seawall Tho fou survivors wero rescued by the crew of n police boat The three whlto men escapedMock Quong ono of time rescued Chinamen speaks fairly good English which be learned in a South Bend Ind Sunday school class lie told tho Immigration inspectors that the ten Chinamen left Toronto a week ago and bad been lodged In a barn on the Canadian side of the lake opposite Buffalo awaiting a favorable oppor unity to make a landing In tho Uni ted States Wednesday night they were taken to the lake by three whlto men and placed in a motor boat which also bad a rowbbat in tow They had been on the water about half an hour when they were wrecked EMPEROR OF CHINA DEAD Dowager Empress Also Said to Be Dying at Peking r1 Peking Tho emperor of China was reported dying Saturday morning It has however been Impossible to se cure official conflrmtUou of this an nouncement His mtijooty was transferred to tho death chamber at two oclock Friday afternoon At that hour ho was still breathing it was saidTwo Imperial edicts wero Issued from tho palace Friday afternoon In quick succession The first makes Prince Chun regent ot the emplro and tho second appoints his son Pu Wei heir presumptive FATAL BOILER EXPLOSIONS Bergent KyIn a boiler explosion at tHo Miller Lumber Companys plant at Ion Qd near Pound Gap Friday four rorrtwero killed and four more sever4v hlJQred NortbfJ VarTbreo men wero killed outright two were fatally injured and two others wero seriously hurt in an explosion at a sawmill plant In Wise county Friday Pauper Padded with Money PeorIa III Upwards of 81000 In cash and certificates of deposit and decdo amounting to 4000 were found by asylum attendants at tho Barton villa institution Friday srwed in the clothing of Mrs Mary McMasters an aged and supposedly poor woman The woman for years lived as a rev close and recently had made threats to sot lire to her home and burntfcv placo and herself The money was brought to Superintendent Zeller wile is ranking efforts to find some kin stf tho usfartunale woman j L Kentucky Gleanings MOlt Important News Gathered From All of the State PartsI TWO ESCAPE FROM J ILIPrUoners Knock Down Make Their Way Out Covington Ky John Robinson and William Bradshaw prisoners knock ed down tho Jailer of Burlington the county seat ot Boone county Ky and mado good their escape The jailer opened the doors and was carrying supper into tho cells when one of the men sprang at him and knocked him down An alarm was immediately sounded but tho men disappeared in tho direction of Covington Robinson Is white and is charged with horso stealing Bradshaw Is 17 years old colored and is charged with grand larceny The police of Cincinnati and Cov ington were notified as it is believed that the men will make their way to ward ono of these cities STATE MILITIAMEN Are Being CourtMartlaled For Infrac lion of Duty Frankfort ltyTho first courtmar tial held In Kentucky in years con vened hero for tho purpose of trying Capt M L Chowning of Lawrence burg charged with filling tho ranks of his company for inspection with militiamen from this city LleuL H S Smith of Danville accused of pad fuft service recently in Bracken county on Account of tho nightrider troubles and Private C C Epps ot Middles boro who is charged with desertion while guarding the tobacco barn of Theafirst case tip was that of Prl noebo mado public until it is approve by Gov Willson Turkey Crop Short Louisville KyThe turkey crop In Southern Kentucky is short tills year The wet weather last spring is said to have been fatal to tbo young turkeys Buyers for tho Thanksgiving market are expected soon to enter the field No price has yet been fixed Last year time price opened at 12 cents on foot in the country and later on dropped to 10 cents Most of the Blue Grass turkeys are shipped to the eastern markets mainly to New York and Boston The crop yield for South Central Kentucky is something near 000000 May Build New Courthouse Covington KyAs the result of petition presented to the fiscal cour n year ago by Quarterly Clerk Fulton Williams and Dr J M Chambers It Is probable that within the next few months the erection of a now court house at Independenco will be start ed Independence Is the county seat of Kenton county and the only court house In tho county is located there erected in 1841 Victim of Voodoo Man Elizabethtown Ky Loneda Mc Donald a voodoo doctor was send tented to servo four years in the penitentiary for having victimized Harriet Harris out of 290 Tho doctor made his patient believe that by plac ing her money In a sack upon her back It would cure her of rheumatism Then he substituted a sack of paper Awarded Damages Lexington Ky Mrs Anna Wood ward suing tho Lexington Railway Co for 5000 was awarded 3000 dam ages by a jury in the circuit court The proof In tho case was that Mrs Woodward was injured when a street car collided with tho buggy In which the was riding Was Found Dead Mayfield Ky Kelnh Grave was found dead in the ticket offlco at the fair grounds Ho Is unknown in this cI yand passport papers in his pock et indicated that he left Bremen Ger many July 1C 1906 Ho Is about 45 years old and the cause of his death Is a mystery Educational Rally Frankfort KyAn educational ral ly and revival for Kentucky such as has recently been carried on in a number of southern states is planned by State Superintendent G Crabbe The revival will bo under tho auspices of the Southern Educational board Fell Over a Cliff Frankfort KyBert Davis a for v mer resident of this city and well con nected was killed at Necoxa New Mexico by falling over a high cliff while laying pipe He loaves a wife ShinersaRichmond f 30 iuictments charging illegal making and selling of moonshine whisky tho federal grand jury adjourned for this term So tar 20 have seen proved guilty on moonshine charges Reducing Majority Frankfort yWlth tho official re turns received from 100 counties and unofficial returns for the missing 19 counties time democratic plurality in Kentucky is 8163 It Is now thought the plurality will not exceed 9500 TRAIL STRUCK BY BLOODHOUNDS From Burned House Aroused Kentucky Community Owlngsvillc Ky The cote of Ur Dooms McClure of Sherburne was burned by an incendiary it Is thought and bloodhounds secured from Lexing ton struck a trail that led to aneigh bars home Dr McCluro Is a brother of Jacob McClure otiose general mer chandlso store was burned a few weeks ago After tho burning a guard of 50 men was placed around the steno to keep the crowd back until the dogs arrived Harvey Morgan in an at tempt to break through the guard Stabbed Thomas G Daughcrty trltfo fatally wounding him Morgan was immediately arrested sad placed lajell When Morgan was searched a notice was found that compared with ono that McClure had received and signed Night Riders Tho people are much over tho stabbing of Daugherty and mob violence Is feared Daugherty is a son of Judge John Daugherty I PRISON DOORS Close on Aged Veteran Convicted of Attempting to Poison Family Frankfort Ky Thomas Depew aged 80 ot Pendleton county convict ed of attempting to poison Chas Brod ClnsTaYloritentlary to servo aoncyear term Ue pew draws a pension of 512 a month Mrs Brodcrick suspected that hewas hiding eggs In his trunk and selling them to tho huckster and Depew tried to get even by putting poison la Plttsburgdhousehold lived at tho Soldiers homo at Dayton Luck For Soldier Frankfort IyCol W N Hughes U S A of the adjutant generals of nee has received Information from Columbia Tenn that a rich vein ot phosphate has been struck on a tana of 600 acres owned by his family It is estimated that there are between 4000000 and 5000000 tons of phcs phato on tho tract Troops No Longer Needed Frankfort KyIndications aro that the state troops in active service ia Kentucky during the past 10 months will soon be withdrawn Tho admin istration Is anxious to bo relieved oC beentWilUon went into office Postmaster Arrested Ml Sterling Ky Grant Trlpletf postmaster at Mooros Ferry Balai county was tried before United States Commissioner Wood in this city on tho charge of selling whisky without paying government tax and is in jail here under 5500 bond being held to the federal court at Catlettsburg Gets Shock Falls 96 Feet Lexington Ky James Malcolm painter whllo painting the Ohio vats ley Electric railway bridge across 0g Sandy river at Greenup came in coo tact with a llv6 wire carrying 12000 volts ond was hurled 96 feet to tho rocks below and instantly killed Boiler Exploded Four Killed Sorgent KyIn a boiler explosion of the Miller Lumber Coos plant at Pound near Pound Gap four men were killed and four more severely Injured The property loss Is considerable A part of the engine was blown 200 yards onto a mountain AY Favor Wagon Bridge Louisville KyEnthusiasm was de 1 veloped at an open meeting of the Louisville Commercial club with the representative business men of thotIndiana dUe just across the river when it was proposed that a Wagon and foot brldgo be built Skating Rink Burns Lexington KyThe colored skate lag rink was destroyed by aa early morning blaze It was owned by Clay McClanaban and was valued at 7500 Partly covered by insurance The fire started it is said from an overheated furnace Child Burped To Death Barboursville KyAt Ely Knox county the little fouryear old child of Alfred Howerton wan burned to death beforq assistance arrived The childs dress Ignited from an open grate Local Option Election Void Madisonville KyJudge Fleming Gordon of Hopkins county circuit court handed down his decision dew daring the local option election hold lafat July to be void The case will ba carried to the court of appeals Pioneer Farmer Stricken Covington Ky Jaeob ogltlnIl- loneer farmer of Campbell county was stricken with apoplexy In Ills home in Dodsworth lane near Ccld spring and died almost befora ravd teal aid could be summoned ptketloscv OeSeiereiuiWallWWurawWc f East Kentucky Correspondence I I News You Get Nowhere Else i ft c Ho eoneiponleact pit U kei onleii ifiei IB liU by tee wntti tat tome g 0leset tot pnbllaitO bet 0t aD evtdeoe of toot tats Writ plumy O otllotaotaotaoiososotrofaofaotaoAoll oeoooooooooo JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE I We aro authorized to announce J W Mulllns of Egypt Ky a can dldnte for County Judge of Jackson County subject to tho action of the Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub Ject to tho action of the Republican Party We are authorized to announce W R Creech of Egypt Jackson County Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jack son County subject to the action oft the Republican party i ISAACS Isaacs Nov 13Many of the young folks of tals community havo been attending a protracted meeting at Aanville Hro has gotten out In several places and caused great ex citement but did little damageWs hid a fine rain Tuesday and Wednes day Misses Maggie and Martha Mc Cowan ot Peoples visited Pigeon Roost Sunday 1rpf James G YacUn Is in this vicinity representing the Sue Bennett school of London Ky Mr Mosos Edwards has sold his stock of goods to Mr F Cornelius of Par rot KyMessrs James L and Robt L Davis have gone to Laurel County Our singing school at Pigeon Roost will close Sunday week Every body Invited to be presentThe Rev C I HaCker filled his regular appointment at Green Hill Saturday and delivered a very interesting sermon Mr Monroe Reynolds and wife of Cor I bin are visiting the latters father Mr Robprt Johnston of Moores Creek Mrs Tllllo York returned Saturday from a weeks visit With her brother In Tennessee Misses Mollie Waltham and May Cornelius were the guests of Miss Laura Isaacs Saturday night and Sunday HURLEY Hurley Nov llWe have had some nice showers ot rain this week Several people from this plane at tended the plcnlo at Mrs Bdnn Tusseys school Messrs J Isaacs and Elihu Hurley went to Egypt last Saturday Mr and Mrs Lewis Sand lln visited relative at this place Itfat weekDlg Jake Gabbard Is rejoicing over the election of Taft he says that we have had rain because of GabbardIa A ago slirbo church at this place Saturday and Sunday Jacob Gabbard who wont to Illinois some time ago expects to come back home next Sunday I OAKSIOA Cassia Nov JGWe have had a nice rain which we badly ntpded It snowed Friday night Tap singing at McWhorter Is progressing hloely I Mrs Samuel Wilsons baby felMutd the fire the other day ajul was badly j burnedMr and Mitt A Morris wire the guests of Mrs Jamie Moore Sun dayThere will be a boxsjlpper at Buffalo Saturday night Nov 28th Every body luvltoO D B and Samuel Morris are going to Perry County in I a few daysC C Black and family 1 have moved back to BuffaloMrs James Price Is very 111 AunJLLR Annville Nov 1riRev Pearl hacker preacbod very interesting sermons here yesterday apt todayAMrs Maud 1 Ncal has beoiv dangerously sick for a few days but Is better at this I time Laut night was the coldest night we have had this fall Pond Crept froze over with about an inch of IceMrs Nannie Price is sarlous ly sVfmtlK the little ton of MrsT Nancy A Johnson has been very sick with pneumonia but is convalescent Mrs Sarah Morris and children of Wulchburg passed thru here yesterday on their way to the home of Mr Jno Morris near Middlefork on a visit Fat hogs are selling here for six cents per pound grossMr Bill Norris of LocWand Ohio is here on a visit MosorB Oscar Rader and Albert Johnson went to Torrel Creek yesterday on business We have had mote sickness In this community Jo tIm past few days than we have had since last Spring Mr Leonard Med locl ct Dango is expected home to dayVon account of sickness ofbls L sitter OLIN OJin NovWj = We had a very pleas nntraln last Tuesday which was bady needed because fire was doing much n damage Nearly every body is pro paring for winter by laying In their 0 wood and coalTheprotragtod meet ing at this place closed Tuesday night account of tho bad weatherEdIon and family of Tyner visited T Morris and family Saturday night and Sunday Wo were sorry to hear the sad news ot the death of Maggie Welch Harvey Johnson was thru here this week buying turkeys Uncle Thos Turner killed a fine mutton last livelyIagainother day for x100It looks now like winter has come as the ground lis covered with snow Uncle Calvin Powell made a business trip to McKee I yesterday John Simpson is talking i of leaving this part of the country I The Hayes and Tlncher Tie Company Is buying ties on Laurel Fork Cree- kagainWillie Stewart and family of Owsley County were visiting relat ives here last week- GARRARD tt1NT COUNTYI Paint Lick Nov 16Mr Willie Bot kins who has been in Illinois for the past year took fever and died last Saturday night His remains were brought here Monday Funeral ser vices were hold at tho Baptist church by the Rev William Bryant The body wan laid to rest In Wallace Chapel cemetery The bereaved family have our sympathy O B Gabbard hits returned from a visit to Jackson County with relatives Mrs Sallle Conn wife of Hugh Conn died last Saturday morning Her remains were laid to rest In the Cartersvllle cemetery Sun day She loaves a host of friends to mourn her low Reuben Gabbrd and sonof Dig Hill wore tUe guests of EC B Gabbard last Saturday nlghtI The recent rains havo about stoppedI water hauling Corn is much better In this county then wus expected The Rev T M Smith has returned from his trip to Texas and other states Tie says his health Is great ily Improved I fOCKCRSTLE COUNTY I nncKonn Rockford Nov 16The rain which we have had did much good as much damage was being done by flmMr c L Martin returned home Thurs day Messrs H E Pullen and J W McCollum of this place were in Beret Saturday on business Tho Sunday school at Scaffold Cane is progressing nlcely MUs R R Todd visited Mrs F M Bullen Saturday and SundayJames Berry visited his uncle J W McCollum Sunday IrI Thomas Berry of near Conway died Sunday Nov 8 and was burled at the Scaffold Cane cemetery Monday at 330 D mMr and Mrs James Dalton visited W C briars Sunday Mite Nora LInvIlle spent a few days last week with her aunt Mrs James Llnvllle at Bersa Mrs W C Oge and children visited Mrs Ceo Ketron Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nora McGuire who has been trick for sometime it tome better 51 IBB KIzzlo Po accompanied by Mrs James Gulnn visited heme folks Saturday awl Sunday Mrs Annie Llnvllle has been very elolc but Is better I ItOUlNJlrII Rpblnet oIecuon1Tresumed busiriees nDrew made a flying hlJarrlsonI the 7thMrtk Alyln little Jara roturned the 4th from via iting relatives at Mt Vernon and other places for the pact weokEpS- exton has bought a new wagons Mrs Mlllard Drew Is having trouble with a felon on her thumbMrs W Carpenter la tailing music leMons and Is getting along fine Regular ser vice still continues on the third at Horsy Lick John S Lake assessor passed thru this town today He gave the race for Circuit Judge a close fight between Faulkner and Lewis 1IondayIIvory Carpenter attorney at law went to Livingston the 13th on legal business jJ L Allen hlldDo lamp explode Monday night and got badly burnedI Little Laura Allen has pneumonia UOOYn Boorio Nov W Anderson the thirteen year old son of CharlesOld ham died at the home of his aunt i Mrs Dave Martin last Thursday after an operation for appendicitis perform It ed by Dr Cornelius and Dr Robinson of Korea The body was taken to Panola for burial Tho bereaved family have pur deepest sympathy The Rev- fe C Wilson preached an interesting at Fairview church last Mon nightMrs B D Chastecn who been visiting her daughter re turped home Sunday Mrs Smith vis 1 ited friends in Boron last Saturday and SundayMrs J B Coyle returned homo Monday after a visit with friends near roedomlIIGn D Boieu is slckA D Levitt returned home SaturdayMrs Ellen Author of Rich mond visited her mother Mrs Sam McClure Saturday and Sunday LAUKEL COUrtlY 1ION1IAM- Bonham Nov IGWo are having very cold weather Squire Billy Johnson is 111 with a very bad cough Mr William Sester is moving from Jackson County to Laurel We aro glad to have him in our neighborhood Corn gathering is all the go In this part Corn is worth 75 and SO cents per bushel Judge Faulkner and William Lewis are having a hot raco In this part Both claim they are in the lead Mr E Denham will go to Jackson County tomorrow on business CLAY COUNTY IIUIGUTMIAUU Brlghtshade Nov l1Judge H C Faulkner will mako throe speeches in the Utter Creek precinct Nov 29 At Indian Grove school at 9 a inatMill Creek school at 1 p m and ntI Martins Creek school at 7 p m Ills opponent Mr William Lewis will speak at iiudllck school at 7 p m Nov 25 and at Ashore Fork on the Zfith at 10 a mThe election here WAIl quiet and despite comtiUankbte effort that was made to get them out several Ropubllcans failed to vote 298 votes were cast the Republican ticket receiving 260 the Dmocratlo IS the Prohibition ticket 2 the Social ists 3 and the Socialist Labor 1 Oliver Wagers went to Hat Lick during the week on business M H Frederick is putting a fine stetl roof on his resldenceSpeed LIpps was elected chairman of tho Educational Board in Division No 2 to succeed Phillip Maroum resigned Mr and Mrs Taylor Wagers rejoice In tho arrival at their home of an Infant son Friday Nov 0th- OWSLEY ccutm ISLAND CITY Island City Nov HRain haa coot at lastlames F Campbell of Clay County WM In Island City this week The infant ot John Lan3 la quite ill with throat troubleD 0 Wood of Jackson tint WM a vIsHor nt J C GantryB one day tills weekThe old rusty wheels of both saw and stavo mill are now being oiled up and be sinning to move tnay Ietsre flllad i hilt regular appointment at Blake SI- IIdayJ C Bowling of Jackson Co was on lalantl Creek one day last week buying cattle Calves ere oil lag for throe dollars more per head this week than they did two weeks qor F Brewer Judge of thus coun ty spent two weeks in the interest ot the National campaign D BI Moore of Bko has declared himself a candidate for sheriff of this county nLA Kit Blake Nov 13 People are thru gfttherini corn in tills vicinity There Is great scarcity on account ot the dry therMr and Mrs 61 Disk are bappy over the arrival of a bi- gbooMrs Margaret McOeorga his been visiting tie home ot W B Roberts for the past week Drummer W B Roberta visited Wind Cave for his health last W8lkAlttI tt1 meetings were held at Walnut Orore mat week iqr the ROT Survena Mr fineFIin the field at B Kevley i natrid I Bowman le orettlnc a Jlsw barn near hit born ESTILL COUNTY l YCx IFox Nov 16 People are very busy IB this locality gathering corn Willie Jones of Brnsefleld Is working for C- It ClIckJohn Moborly and family were tho guest ot Wm Wood and family Sunday Mrs Anne Click and little son Glendon are still on the side list but arc Improving slowly The little son of Jas Warner who bas been very sick for the last two weeks liB Improving Wm H Rose Is out agalnCuter Wilson and Ben Cou sin from Irvine have moved on 0 W Powells placeThe J R Armstrong steam boat which has been working on lock No 12 and had been to Plttsbiirg on business returned today The report Is that the boat has been hung upon a sand bar in tho Ohio River for the last three months It brought a large load of cement back The John A steam boat of Louisville Isworking on lock No 12 nowThe Bertha M gasoline boat has Just returned from Ford Tlho little daughter of Dlllard Hall Is suffering with ear ache Miaar Harriett Stone was the tfueJt of MIlo Mnnerva Wood Sunday Mrs O W Powell visited Mrs Anno Click SundayJo1jn Moberly has beer doing quite a lot of hawing with his ailll this fall Milton Wilson and liar Ian Richardson are visiting near Valley View 0after j Hamilton 0 NoV 16Tha hunting season opens today In Ohio and a reat many are planning to take ad vantage of It but rabbit and quail are not very plentiful The Butler Coun ty Teachers Association will meet In the Central High school building Sat urday Nov 21 Among those on the program will be Miss Nellie Snook of Middletown Dr R J Aley of In dianapolis Ind Prof A H Uphamoi Miami University and Prof Guy S Dennison of MonroeA number u1 teachers of Hamilton attended the Ohio Teachers Association In Detroit Mich lost week Tho first snow of I the season fell hero lost Saturday fol lowed by a cold waveIt Is report cd that Congressman Harding of Middletown 0 will construct and op- erateI a now paper mill in Hamlltcm Ralph Parletto lecturer and humorist of Cincinnati 0 lectured at tho Y M C A Sunday night Mr Parlette is well known in Boron having lectur ed there a number of times Rev Har ley Racer stopped In Hamilton and spent a day with Goo n Roberts Mr Racer had been visiting relatives in Ohio and returned to Tennessee Tho churches of Hamilton ore planning to hold united services Thanksgiving Day LOSS TO AGRICULTURE In the most disastrous foroet fires that have swept the United States and British Columbia since 1S71 It ist estimated that upward of 760000001 worth of timber has been destroyed with a lose of life ot moro than 160 with thousands of men women and children mado homeless and with many towns and villages burned out Of existence There ls no question that much of this enormous loss la the penalty phd for a general continued Indifference to the demand for forest protection and failure to take the ordinary pre cautions It ought to teach a lesson It ought to move every state and tho Congress to Immediate action not only to provide protection against a future devastation of the forests but to replant the timber lands at onee and restore them for tho years to como This problem is receiving the attention ot the American Clvlo Associa tion and ot other organizations act ively Interested In the present and future of America It is a subject which ought to cnll3t the serious thought and the needed support of every good citizen It is Impossible to figure In dollars nnJ cents 4ho actual losses caused by tho conflagrations which swept the northern northwestern and eastern statesBritish Columbia Michigan Wiscon sin Minnesota and Pennsylvania suf cured In New York Maine Washington Oregon Nevada California and ono or two other states It Is estimated that a million acres of timber land wero laid waste by She Michigan fires tho loss In timber being estimated at 115000000 to UO 000000 In Wisconsin the loss 1s placed nt 5000000 In Minnesota be tween four and five hundred thousand acres of valuable land burned over with a loss not less than 15000000I Pennsylvania fires destroyed timber upon a hundred thousand acres includ lug fifteen thousand acres of the state reserve Matiioi loss Is placed at 500000 To those figures must be added time tremendous losses In tho destruc Lion of growing timber and the burn ing of humus as well as the property of towns and villages This then it the cost of Indifference na It Is to bo calculated In dollars and cents but there Iff anothor toll tho human lives aerified There Is only one means of cancel lug the lbeof in any measure and that Is ppynpt notion to take care of Limo future In an article In the Pioneer Prow of St Paul Thomas Shaw recently called attention to the vast loss to agriculture caused by the series of forest fires that swept northern Minn esota and urged tile need ot otter iMUitlilCt Ix eoUIQ lAne MwttuVrA protection of the forests advocat ed by the American Civic Association Mr Shaw wrote Tho real loss is far greater than any estimate uhows based upon tho amount of consumed and the value ot the property ot tho settler and the houses and improvements of villages and towns greatest loss probably Is one that Is never taken into account tholoso of young trees and loco In humus After one of those terrible con tlagratlona has swept over timber slashing not living thing of vegetation is lolL Nature to begin tho work ot furnishing protection for tho naked earth years must elapse tho tracts of tho dreary desolation are hidden The farmer who returns to rebuild his homo tho ashes la without material for building or fencing and soon Is out material for living except wlthIho buysBut 1 tho loss of is far greater loss The vegetable matter so abundant on the surface of the soil In now Is devoured tho Tho top soil with all that It contains Is turned Into ashes For two or three good crops may follow because of tho abundance ct ashen lying over the soil but the stimulating effect of those in foon lost Till area thus burned over will not recover what It lost by such a conflagration In score of years or In parjod much longer American Civic Association Fiction end Farming Almait wo remember the book trade and the farming Imluitry have bcdu In a Hlt pruH r ootHlltlcm Everybody Is MSTVHXI thnt It does not Ittjr te cum to wake books indeed are dead losses to the I wJe who etilttvnto tltara Yet the farmer ami the literary men still goon There are about aa many terms an there wore and there aro more lit every weti than over PerhaiM are not gaho to Iwil after oil ns peo HIIJHWC London Saturday Re 11110 = I THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN TUB CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of your oioney and is growing bettorull the Limo Just omnjMiru it with the other urwrtpspers you sec You eon Bt others H8 eltuopbut either they pot as goidor tbwy net made for the iiM iuitHiu or tlItY do not giro HH uiucli Just look nt n few of the thiugx no are giving you now NEWS all tin miens of tIll urhlof this country 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