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If a- tIttSj IIHNr 5 DM I CL f I3EIlE A KY BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOlirOIlATEU STANLEY FROST Manager Enltral at tin rwtojflci at Ecrea IU second daamaa matier Vol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY AUGUST 12 HmO Ono Dollar a year No 71 JI NEWS OF JE WEEK Peace In Spain Woman Wants A Husband Dadly En In Virginia Tom Johp son BadlyBeatenWomans Ashes t In Lake WIDOW ON FILE Who wants a widow There Is ono that wants to be wanted Sho heard that the government sometimes furnished wives to foreign and so wrote asking that they give her to some follow quick Her name will bo furnished to any honest applicant I who writes Immigration WilliamsLEAD TWO LIVESA remarkable case has come to light of an Illinois Judge who led a double life Onco In a while ho forgets himself and goes off and gets work as a day la borer tho ho Is a rich man Ho does not remember anything about his homo or office or wealth but wanders around as a poor man Af ter a whllo a friend will find him and under medical treatment his t memory comes back This has hap pened several times REVOLT DEAD The Spanish re bellion la over tho loyal troops bavin drowned It In blood ALABAMA AWFUL DRYA new prohibition law has gone Into effort In Alabama which stops tho selling of nearbeer and the use of liquors in clubs and private homes Tho stala is about as dry as possible just nowI VIRGINIA PRIMARY Tho vote cast In tho Democratic primary in I oncourIagedmany Democrats do not intend to I support tho nominee j TAFT ON VACATIONPres Taft DovorlYI1IaNII FAVORS Alabama unlIoning Congress to levy an Income tax ASHES SCATTERED IN LAKE Under tho will of Mrs Rosa Peyton who died in Chicago lately her body was burned to ashes and these were taken outI1nll scattered in the lake liar husband was drowned there and his body was never recovered She wished to lie as near him as oho could and took this moans of doing it STRIKE HURTS SWEDEN A strike of almost all tho trades of the wholo country of Sweden has brought that country to tho nearlyI takjenbakeries are out of bu Jness no trains are running and there is hardly food enough in tho cities to keep tho I people alive nlJohnsonbeaten In his plans tp get threocentJ fares Everything went plan was tried but It gave poor service that no ono was satisfied So now tho plan has been voted down at tho polls It is expected that Johnson will be beaten in his race for reelection and so will bo eliminated from politics HOTTEST DAY Last Sunday was the hottest day of tho summer so far almost all over this country Tho ran up to about ninety in Kentucky tho it felt a good deal hotter T THE CITIZENi Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People 11 KENTUCKY Republicans Immigrants Commissioner AMENDMENT tomporaturo GOOD BEREA FAIR Successful Three Days Exhibition Closed SaturdayGeneral Satis faction Expressed at Honesty of Awards Large Attendance and Good Weather One of tho most successful meetings of the Berea Fair Association was that which dosed last Saturday after three days show The meeting was very well attended tho exhibitions were largo and choice and tho wea ther all that could bo desired and general satisfaction with tho fair and Its management was expressed on all sides- Especial attention had been paid by tho management to getting fair and competent judges for tho differ ent contests and that their efforts wero successful was shown by tho general agreement in the awards Hardly a protest was heard any where and It was universally agreed that the awards wero honestly made and in general deserved Tho balloon ascensions wero a great drawing card and wero much enjoy ed That of tho first day especially was alono well worth tho price of admissionTho maintained was first class and only ono disturbance mar red tho occasion There was little evidence of whiskey anywhere and no sign at all of any on the grounds Toward the close of the first day Alex Coyle however got some some where and made quite a little trouble Ho began shooting and was arrested and disarmed by Edw Anderson but mado such a fight that It took tho combined efforts of several offl to get him off tho grounds Icers little complaint was heard that were evidences of a revival of tho gambling which has been GO care tully excluded by the management for impossibleIen public occasion and there may have been some gamblers who managed to get put tho management but it can safely bo assorted that if any gambling took place It was against tho desires and efforts of those in charge Tho fact that there was com plaint will lead to even greater pre cautions next year Altogether tho fair was entirely enjoyable and satisfactory and tho association is to be congratulated on tho ability and efficiency of its of ficers Tho full list of premium aw ards follows FIRST DAY 1 Best home made cheese 200 Mrs John Ballard Mrs John Moore 2 Best two pounds butter 200 ArbuckleI 300 Mrs W MoWllllams 4 Beet loaf salt rising bread Miss Mary Walker 100 pounds flour Mrs W A Arbucklo CO pounds flour lit Best loaf yeast rising bread 200 Mrs Bert Coddington Miss Molllo Powers C Doan plate of beaten biscuits 1200 Mrs T J Curtis Mrs W A Arbucklo 7 Best quart of homo mado wine 200 A R GIbbs Mrs T J Curtis 8 Best gallon Icecream 300 Mrs IL J Twlgg Mrs W A Arbuckle 9 Best gallon pine npplo sherbet 200 Mrs Bert Coddington Mrs II J Twlgg 10 Best glass grape jelly 200 Mrs J H Jackson Mrs H J Twigg 11 Best white cake 100 pounds of flour Mrs T J Curtis Mrs L C Adams 12 Best sponge cake 200 Mrs J Continued on fifth lags 20000 REWARD IForthe arrest and detention of these two men jwnntcd for the of James Lane ERNEST HAYS LEONARD ABNEY or 100 for the arrest and detention of either They are probably not together now This reward will remain open till both are brought to justice Both are young men about 21 years of age HAYS is about 5 feet 10 Inches in height light blue eyes medium light hair f complexiondarkabout 135 to 140 pounds Send notice of arrest to the Sheriff of Madison County ACAIt is just as impossible to Lave progress and success in things of the mind without keeping in touch with the rest of the world as it is to have good businesn without any connection with outside markets and factories The newspaper is the ony thing that will really keep a man in touch with the world and make progress possible for him Wty It happens once in a while that some person going out from Berea enjoys the hospitality of some of our mountains friends and then on his or her return here or to n home elsewhere finds cheap and mean amusement in making fun of them in deriding the poverty which they have generously made greater for the comfort of the un grateful guest or in throwing oil on those customs and habits which peopledowish that our friends would be fair enough not to blame other Berea people for the meanness of such fools or knaves There are everywhere some members of society who are unworthy and just as no mountaineer wishes to have his people judged by a few moonshiners feudists or blacklegs so we demand as n right that wo should not be heldresponsible for the despicable actions ofsuch people as we havo described above who are just aa far from fairly representing our sentiments and ideas We can assure every one that such people meet the well merited condemnation of all right thinking people in opportunitiesJ AHThe tariff bill is thru at last and we are under a new tariff It may not be ns good as possible but it is better than the byPresRepublicans stronger and tho Democrats weaker than ever before titDReaders will see that the news of the Clay Primary is somewhat conflicting We havo no personal knowledge of the facts and leave each correspondent to express his own opinion A HOPEFUL SIGN The recent decision of Judge Parker ousting the four leading Lexington all Democrats for frauds committed at tho 1007 electiou is n most hopeful sign for clean politics in Kentucky Fol lowing as it does tho decision of the Court of Appeals Voiding tho Louisville election it proves that tho popular will can make itself felt and that such debauchery as bas too often been seen in Ken tuckywill not be upheld by the courts Elections in Lexington have long been corrupt History shows that wherever one party long remains in power it becomes corrupt and soon has to resort to the stealing and debauching elections to maintain itself in power agaius the protests of an indignant people Such has been the case in Republican as well as Democratic cities and the fact that tho criminals and grafters in the present case mas queraded under the name of Democracy cannot be charged to the Democratic party as a wholeIf the city government hag been Re publican they would have taken that name as readily But theso frauds and this corruption can justly be charged against tho Kentucky Democrats who shelter theso criminals and protect them and against that part of tho party dominated by them Theso crimes provo the unfitness of the Kentucky Democracy to rule and they will be a heavy millstone around the neck of the party in the coming election The time has gone by when corrup lion and trickery and fraud are approved by the voters of any party or the people of any part of the state and the Kentucky Democracy will pay a heavy penalty for failing to keep up with the tjt es and rid herself of the criminals This should be a warning to all corrupt politicians in every partyand there are some in all It is to bo hoped that Lexington will use this opportunityas Louisville used hors to reform the city It is a great chance and properly used will work wonders The movement for clean politics is gaining everywhere and Kentucky should be in the forefront of this great form of civic progress Especial note should be made in connection with the case of Col Sam J Roberts tho stalwart Repulican who has fought the good fight on behalf of the Republican party and won such a glorious victory There has been an attempt made by certain men to deny Mr Roberts that recognition from the Republican party which his merits and his loyal labors deserve because he has opposed some more or less disreputable schemes of certain politicians But what Kentucky Republican can show a finer record of achievement than he not only for the party but for the people for clean nnd civic righteousness Mr Roberts has by this fight established beyondI question his place among Kentucky Republicans and It would be aIbold man who would deny him his hard won honors JAS KINNEY KILLED Shot by Malone on Charge of Chick en StealingMystery Not Cleared UpSlayer Held In SI BOO Bond for Action of Grand Jury Tho whole town was startled Sat urday to learn ot tho shooting of Mr James Kinney by Mr T A Malone and was oven more excited by the subsequent death of Mr Kinney on Sunday Tho funeral Sunday after noon testified to tho wide respect In which tho deceased was held and to tho number of his friends The verdict of the Jury empaneled Sunday by Magistrate Wilson representing the Coroner was that deceased cams to his death from gun shot wounds inflicted by T A Malone There were three of theso wounds ono in the arm not dangerous and ona each in tho kidney and lung which caused his death All bullets shad entered from tho back showing ho was shot from behind Early Saturday Malone went first to Squire Wilson and then to Judge Gay saying that ho had shot a man who was stealing his chickens but that ho did not know who was wounded Later it was found that Mr Kinney was tho injured ono and when ho- was taken to tho hospital Malone was put under arrest On Mr Kinneys death Sunday Malone was taken to Richmond and lodged in jail The oxaming trial was held Tuesday After the trial Malone was held in 1500 bond for the grand jury and as we go to press this had not been filled Tho evidence at the trial about corresponded to the rumors that had been floating around town It was established that the shooting took place in tho early morning Both Malone and his bro ther testified that Kinney had beenI carrying chickens and dropped them and also that before the shooting they had been aroused by a disturbance among tho hens In the barn They wero not corroborated by others in this testimony and there was some conflict between themIFour others testified that they saw nothing of tho chickens and Mr KtnI neys statement that ho was at hisI shop door when tho shooting began was put In evidence An attempt to show that Malone had uttered threats against Kinney failed A Census of Physicians Throughout the United States there Is ono licensed physician to every 709 persons In NQw York state ono to 672 and In New York city one to 653 Tho income of physicians varies fully as much as that of other proCes- sions Noted city specialists often patient Incomo of some country doctors Make the Most of Everything A man who knows tho world will not only make the most of everything he does know but of many things he docs not know and will gain more credit by his adroit mode of hiding ignorance than the pedant by his awkward attempt to exhibit his eru dlUonColtonIImmutable Conditions Another doctor has denounced cor sets for women as being the source of innumerable troubles This is a nlco situation for him The women wont give up corsets and so much the t more work for the physicians Wom en are what they are cannot be changed Philadelphia lDqulrerI IN WASHINGTON Tariff Bill Passed and Signed Taft Wins In HousePlans for Winter Session Washington D C i August 7 1909 At half past five oclock Thursday afternoon Uncle Joe Cannon told the Seargant at Arms of tho Houso to turn the clock ahead thirty minutes whereupon it being apparently 600 p m tho First Session of the Sixty first Congress came quietly to end as to tho House A few minutes later Vice President Sherman let t the chair ot the Senate for five min utes while a few words of compliment- on his qualities as a presiding officer wero being spoken at five minutes before six he resumed his place acknowledged the kindness ot the speaker tapped the felt topped desk with the gavel and announced that the extraordinary session of Congress was adjourned without day A few hours later Washington was practi cally empty of statesmen The vote on the Payne Bill in the House was very close so much so that a few hours before it was to be taken the House leaders sent Rep resentative Dwight the House whip to the White Houso with a list of 21 Republicans who seemed then certain to vote against tho Bill and thus de feat It President Taft Immediately summoned each of the members In question to call upon him and suc ceeded in converting more than half of them so that tho Bill was passed by 12 votes If six men had voted otherwise the bill would have been rejected This shows that tho Houso organization is demoralized and in need of help also that the President did not hesitate to indentlfy himself with the Bill In Its present form It appears also to show that the Presi dent might have forced further re ductions it he had thought it wise to do so although possibly somo of the high tariff men would in that case have voted against the measure The vote In the Senate taken at two oclock Thursday afternoon was decisive 17 to 31 Seven Republican insurgent Senators voted against the law Doubtless it reductions had been made to a point whlcif Would have satisfied these men there would have been a larger number who would have voted against the Bill as being a free trade and un Republlcan one It must be borne in mind that the tariff is a compromise As President Taft says tho Payne Bill is not a perfect tariff bill nor a complete compliance with the promises made strictly interpreted but a bill free from criticism when the matter In volved so many articles could not bo expected Senator Aldrich also defends himself on the same grounds While it may bo true that the average voter would like President Taft have preferred more downward revlI eton still tho opinion ot those who were familiar with the conditions in Congress cannot but recognize that tho final Bill represents honest and able endeavor to reform tho tariff No previous tariff bill has been subjected to so much publicity Probably the result ot tho next tariff legislation will be more satisfactory President Taft came to the Capitol with tho members of his Cabinet at five oclock on Thursday afternoon and the party occupied the Prealden tial Chamber In the Senate end of tho building At flvo minutes after five In the presence of the leaders ct Congress Mr Payne Mr Aldrich and others of the conferrees and Influential members the President af- fIxed his signature to this most im portant political measure since the DIngle Bill Tho pen with which he wrote his name was handed by him to Representative Payne tho author and effectual supporter of tho act as- a memento air Taft remained in Washington until Friday evening when ho went tc Beverly Massachusetts which IsI to be his summer capital and w1l1I correspond to President Roosevelts country home at Oyster Bay The prospects for next winters session are somewhat hazy It appears that tho financial legislation in regard to tho currency system which had been expected to furnish one rf the principal subjects of the regular long session will not be brought up until a year from this autilmn because the Senate Monetary Commis of which Mr Aldrich is Chairman will riot be ready to make its report earlier than that time It Is expected that the Commission will ad vccato a central United States Bank ond that this will be bitterly opposed by western interests who believe hat the eastern financiers would have on undue share in the control of such n institution and by persons who Continued on fifth page Knowledge Is power i 1 way to keep up with modeiiiy1tknowledge is to read a goods t newspaper i fRI I IN OUR OWN STATE Lexington Officials Ousted for Fraud Sen Bradley Back from Wash IngtonA Queer Pardon Powers I Announcement That He Will Run REPUBLICANS WIN Judge Park er in Lexington has at last handed down his decision in tho 1907 election cases and he sustains all the points mado by the Republican contestants and ousts the four leading Democrat lo candidates The cases will bo apt j pealed to tho Court of Appeals LIGHTNING STARTS FIRES Three fires were started in Richmond by the big storm of last week and considerable daiiage was done Tho fourth serious fire in a few days visited Richmond Monday night j when Azbllls livery was burned togather with Thurinans grocery store and the flro department building Al together damage estimated at 30000 was done Tho city flro department worked for hours before checking + tho flames and ati one time it seem ed as if the whole business portion of town was threatened and an appeal was sent to Winchester for old DradleyIsthat he has tailed to get Pres Taft to make any Kentucky appointments this summer However he says the appointments will bo made long be fore Congress opens and that tho men ho favors will be appointed- A QUEER PARDONGov Will son last week pardoned and restored LUyLaureled by his district as marshall KILLED NEAR CHURCHA fight near Winchester last Wednesday at a revival service resulted in tho death of a man and tho wounding of an other POWERS OUT Thru an over sight the formal announcement of Caleb Powers that ho would be a can dldato for Congress was overlooked last week This has been understood for so long that the formal announcement will surprise no one The race promises to be a hot one In the nearby counties almost everybody Is for Powers but advices from other parts of the Eleventh say that senti ment for him Is not so strong arid that tho race may be a close one It is known that some of Edwards friends are advising him to withdraw FLAT LICK FIGHTA school election fight at Flat Lick Knox Coulast week resulted in the death of 3 C Early and the wounding of two other coontGOOD THINGS THIS WEEK t We wish to call the attention ofIour readers to the number of things we are offering them this week The Washington letter Is unusually good the portion of Prof Dlnsmores book Is fine and the farming article timely and worth consideration Wo are sorry not to have room this week for articles now ready on sheep scab and on tho causes and preven tion of tires but they will come soon that on sheep scab at least next weekBesides theso useful articles area full report of the Berea fair and i a digest of tho reply made in Audi tor James paper to the charges of extravagance made against the present State AdministrAtionan article which every Republican wants to read to fortify himself against theso false charges and which every honest Democrat will also want to read Next weeks paper will have almost as many splendid features and you want to watch for them The sheep scab arti cle will be the best but all tho usual features will be thereand as good as f URal Dally Health Hint Wounds of whatever sort should bo treated by a surgeon If they be too serious to be cured by court or ad hesive plaster In applying these pine ters however be particular that no dirt be left In the wound and also that tho edges be brought Into perfect contact exactly as tho parts lay be fore the accident or as near to that position as possible By Jovel I must make more friends dont you know said the Englishman You see what I mean HehT I leave a pretty poor bunch of friends upon my word I have Among tho lot of them when all Is said and done there Isnt ono that I can borrow more than 25 from There isnt Upon my word t Quandary IfA necklace of diamonds has been stolen from met said Mrs Cumrox Arent you going to notify the po lice I dont know what to do It does seem rather classy to be robbed of jewelry and yet I hate to have peo pIe think Id ever miss a little thing like a necklaces I P1TTJf 71Y NANffb noUF SYNOPSIS The story opens at Harvard where Col Rupert Winter U H A vltltlng saw the suicide of young Mercer lie met Cary Mercer brother or the deed student Three later In Chlca 1906 Col Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap parently planning to kidnap Archie the colonels ward and to gain possession ot Aunt Rebecca Winters millions A Miss Smith was mentioned Apparently as a conspirator A great financial was aboard tho train on which Col Win ter met his Aunt Rebecca Miss Smith and Archie Col Winter learned that the financial magnate Is Edwin 8 Kcatcham Vlnter aided by Archie cleverly frus trated a holdup on the train He took a great liking to Miss Smith despite her alleged kidnaping Archie mysteri ously disappeared In Frisco flood In a nearby room at tho hotel caused fears for the boys life The lads voice was heard over telephone however and a min ute later a womans voicethat of Miss Smith Col Winter and a detective set out for the empty mansion owned by Arnold a Harvard graduate were met with an explosion within Mercer appeared He assured Winter that Archie had returned Tho colonel saw a vision flitting from the supposedly haunted house It was Miss Janet Col Winter to himself admitted that ho loved Miss Smith Mercer told Winter that Archie had overheard plans for a coup and had been kidnaped One of Mercers friends on returning the boy to his aunt had been arrested for speeding and when he returned from the police station to his auto the lad was Mercer confessed he was forcibly detaining Koatchom Mercer told his life story relating how Keatcham and his scoundrel secretary Atkins had ruined him the blow killing his wife Mercer was holding him er In order that he could not get control of a railroad which waa the pet project of tho father of his college friend Endicott Tracy Aunt Rebecca saw Archie In a cab with two men Then ho vanished She followed In an auto Into the Chinese district and by the use of a mysterious Chinese jade ornament she secured a promise from an Influential Chinaman that the boy would be returned Archie returned and told his story Atkins for mer secretary to Keatcham being his second kidnaper Col Winter and Tracy returned to the haunted house They found Keatcham apparently stabbed to death Keatcham was not dead how ever Mercer on the scene suspiciousTheThey feared Atkins gang The colonel became temporary secretary to the magnate A Black Hand letter was received CHAPTER XVI Continued I see said the colonel to make uuro they dont foozle the bomb But hoU have his nllbl ready all right Mr Keatchem did they send you a previous letter Oh dear no thats only part of the gamq makes a better story So li using the hotel paper If it throwi suspicion on anybody It would be your party you see Atkins know Mercer had a grudge against me as well ai him He was counting on that I rather wonder that he didnt fix uj some proof for you to find By Jove cried the colonel may be ho did And you didnt find IU Well you see I was too busy with you the others must have overlooked it Hard on Atkins after he took so much trouble wasnt IU I told you he was too subtle But It Is not wise to underrate him or bombs either we must got the women and those boys out of the house But how You are not really aCt quainted with my aunt Mrs Robccct Winter I take it You think she wouldnt go If there was any chance of danger You couldnt fire her unless out of a cannon but she would help get Archie away Mrs Melville and MIllS SmlthWelluE1lIss Smith I am afraid will not be easy to manage you see she knows Knows Did you tell herT asked Col Winter anxiously Well not exactly As the children say It told Itself There has been a kind of an attempt already A box came marked from a man I know li New York properly labeled with ex press companys labels Miss Smith opened It I could see her because she was In the bathroom with the door open There was another box Inside wrapped In white tissue paper Very neatly She examined that box with singular care and then she drew some water In the lavatory basin hall opened the box and put the whole thing under water in the basin Then- I thought It was time for me and J asked her If it was a bomb Do you know that girl had sense enough not to try to deceive me She saw that I had seen every move she had male She said merely that It was safe un der water it was an ingenious Jltlo affair which had an electrical arrangement for touching off a spark when the lid of the box would be lifted Ah yes Thoughtful little plrn to amuso an Invalid by letting him open the box hlmsnlf to seo tho nlco sur prises from New York Very nee In deed What dW you do with the bas Nothing so far It only cune about an hour ago Do you reckon some of tho Black Hands are out on the street rubtlftr ing to see If there aro any signs of anything doing Perhaps you might let BlrdOll keep a watch for anything like tttrt But they hear somehow there It a leak somewhere in our establishment It Is not your amt she can hold tier tongue as well M use It the boy Ar chic does not know anything to tell lie wouldnt tell It If ho did interrupted tho colonel and very cCn tlsoly but with ovldent prIde he gaTe Archies experience In the Chinese Barter Keatchams comment took the listen ers breath away so far afield was It and so unlike his experience nt the man It was Winter a son like that would be a good deal of a comfort wouldnt het Poor little chap said Wlntor Ho hasnt any father to be prom of him father and mother both dead Keatcham eyed Winter thoughtful a moment then he said Youve been married and lost children you aunt says That must bo hard But did you over read that poem of James Whltcomb Rlleys to his friend whose child was dead Its true what he says they were better off than he whc had no child to die Rupert was looking away from the speaker with the Insttlnctlvo embar rassmeut of a man who surprises the deepor feelings of another He could see out of the window the lovely April garden and Janet Smith amid the almond blossoms Only her shining black head and her white shoulders and bodice rose above tho pink plus tore She looked up and nodded see- Ing him her face was a little pale but she was smiling I dont know he said its hard enough either way for a man I never lost any children Kcatch ams tone was dry still but It had nol quite the former desiccated quality but I was married for a little while If Its as bad to lose your children OE it is to lose the hopo of having them Itmust be hard You lost your wife toot Yes said Rupert Winter At this moment he became con scions that Keatcham was avoiding hIs gaze In the very manner of his avoid ing of Keatchams a moment ago and it gave him a bewildering sensation- I wanted to marry my wife foe seven years before we were marries Keatcham continued In that carefully monotonous voice She was the daughter of the superintendent of the mine where I was working I was only 18 when I first saw her I was 25 when we were married She used to give me lessons she was educated and accomplished She did more that Is easy telling for me Of course her parents wore opposed at first because they looked higher for her but she brought them round by her patience and her sweetness and her faith It me Six months after we wore mar clod she had an accident which left her a helpless Invalid in n wheeled chair at the best at the worst suf ferlng youre known what it is te see anybody whom you care for ir horrible pain and trying not to show It when you come near- I have said Winter merry hell isntlt I gave seen that expression said Kcntchtm I never recognized li peculiar appropriateness before Yes it Is that Yet Winter thoso twc years she lived afterwards were the happiest of my whole life She said the last night sho was with me that they had been the happiest of hers I dont wonder you didnt marry again said Winter Yon would not wonder If you had known Helen She always under stood Of course now at 61 I could buy a pretty Innocent young girl whc wonTtl do as her parents bade her and cry her eyes out before the wedding or a handsome and brilliant scclotj woman with plenty of matrimonial ex porJenco but I dont want them I should have to explain myself tc them I dont know how to cxplalr myself you see I cant half do U= I reckon I understand a little I guess you do You are different too Well lets get down to business think you some way of getting theI women out of the house and get your sleuths after Atkins Its we get him or ho gets us The amateur secretary assented and prepared to go for the valet was nl tho door ready to relieve him but opposite Keatcham ho paused a seo and mado q pretense of hunting for ills hat picked It up In his left hand and held out the right hand saying Well tako caro of yourself Kcatcham nodded he shook the hand with a good firm pressure Much obliged Winter said he Well meditated the soldier as he went his way I never did think to take that financial bucaneer by the hand butIt wasnt the bucanaer It was the real Edwin Keatcham CHAPTER XVII In Which the Puzzle Falls Into Place While the colonel was trying to de- cIpher his tragical puzzle while Ed win Kcatcham was busied with plans that affected empires and Incidentally were to save and extinguish some hu man lives while Janet Smith had her own troubles while Mrs Rebecca Winter enjoyed a game more exciting and deadly than Penelopes Web Mrs MillIcent Winter and the younger people found the days full of joyous business Tho household had fallen Into normal ways of living Although tho secret patrol watched every rod of approach to the house the espial was so unobtrusive that guests came and went tradesmen rattled over the driveways the policemen themselves slumbered by day and loitered majes IItWas a Strange Mans Voice tlcally by night without the Casa Fuerte portals never suspecting MillIcent encouraged by Arnold had had Mrs Wigglesworth and two errant daughters whoso husbands were state regents for Melvilles unl verslty to luncheon and to dinner the versatile Klto donning a chauffeurs livery aid motoring them back to the city in the limousine on both occasions all of which redounded to Mllllcents own proper glory and state Indeed about this time Mllllcenl was in high good humor with her world Even Janet Smith was no longer politely obliterated as the nurse but became our dear Miss Janet and was presented with two of Mrs Melvilles last years Christmas gifts which she could not con trlvo to use therefore carried about for general decorative generosity One was a sagegfeen linen handker chief case qulto fresh on which was etched in brown silk the humorous Inscription Wipe me but do not swipe mel The other was a white celluloid brushbroom holder bedecked with azure forgetmenots enframing a complicated monogram which might just as well stand for J B D S Janet Byrd Brandon Smith as for M S W Mllllcent Sears Winter or any other alphabetical herd These unpretending but considering their source distinguished gifts she bestowed in the kindest manner Janet was no doubt grateful she embrold ered half a dozen luncheon napkins with Mrs Melvilles monogram and crest in sign thereof and very pret lily she being a skilful needlewoman On her part Mrs Melville wattso pleased that she remarked to her brotherinlaw shortly after that sho believed Cousin Angelas sisters hadnt been just to Miss Smith she was a nice girl and If she married which was quite possible insinuated Mrs Melville archlyj she meant to give a tea In her honor Now thats right decent of you Mllllo cried tho colonel and ho smiled gratefully after Mrs Melvilles beautifully fitted back Yet a scant five minutes before ho had been pur suing that same charming back through the garden terraces In a most brotherly frame resolved to give his sisterinlaw a warning with a foghorn The cause of Bald warn- Ing was his discovery of her acquaint ance with Atkins For days a bit of information had been blistering in his mind It came from the girl at tho telegraph office at the Palace not in a bee Iine but indirectly through her chum the girl who booked the theater tickets It could not be analyzed properly because the telegraph girl was gone to southern California But before she went she told the theater girl that tho lady who received Mr Makers wires was one of Mrs Win Iters party I This bit of Information was like a live coal underfoot In the colonels mind whenever ho trod on It in his mental excursions ho jumped Who else but Janet ho de manded But by degrees ho became first doubtful then daring Ho had Blrdsall fetch the telegraph girl back to San Francisco A ten minutes In terview assured hIm that It was his brothers wife who had called for Mr Makers messages firmed with Mr Makers order Aunt Rebecca was not nearly so vehement as ho when he told her She listened to his angry criticism with a lurking smile and a little shrug of her shouldersOf she has butted In as you tersely express It In the language of this mannerless generation Mllll cent always butts In How did she get acquainted with this unpleasant assassinating poor white trash My dear child she didnt probably ho made an acquaintance with her He pumped her and lied to her We know ho wanted to find out Mr Keatchams abode he may havo got his clew from her she know young Arnold had been to see him Theres no telling I only know that In the interest of keeping a roof over our heads and having our heads whole In stead of In pieces from explosives I butted In a few days ago when somebody wanted Mrs Melville Winter on the telephone I answered It The person asked If I was Mrs Melville Winter It was a strango mans voice I dont believe in Christian ScIence or theosopby or physics but I do believe I felt In my bones that here was an occasion to be canny rather than con scientious You know I can talk like Mllllcent or anybody else so I Intoned f through tho telephone in her I nilkcn Anglican accents Do you want Mrs Melville Winter or Aunt Re- becca Madam Winter I hate to bo called Madam Winter and she knows It but Mllllcent is ratty you know and she always calls mo Madam Win ter behind my back The fellow fell into the trap at onco recognized the voIce I dare say and announced that It was Mr Makers Mr Atkins who had left for Japan tad not been able to pay his respects and say goodby but ho had loft with him an embroid ered Chinese kimono for Prof Win ter whom he had admired so much and if it wouldnt be too much trouble for liar to pay a visit to her friend one of thoso women sho had to lunch con whos at the St Francis he would like to show her several loft by Mr Atkins for her to select one Then In tho most casual way he asked after Mr Keatchams health I believed he was Improving had had a very good night I fancy it didnt please him but he made a good pretense Then he went off Into remarks about its be- Ing such a pity Mr Atkins bad loft Mr Keatchem but ho was so con scientious a southern gentleman I know yet be really thought a great deal still of Keatcham who had many fine qualities only on account of tho unfortunate differences Atkins was so proud and sensitive he was anx ious to hear but not for tho world would ho havo any ono know that ho had Inquired so would I be very care ful not to let any ono know o hind asked Of course I would be I prom ised effusively and said I suite under stood I think I do too They are keeping tab on us through MillIcent fumed tho colonel I daro say she gave It away that Aroz W vju Ue TRTlON 3 1 PC C I eoPYRIoMTl90y 40BBSMf ULL CO visiting Kentchnm at tho hotel and It wouldnt take Atkins long to pIece out a good deal more especially It hIs spy overheard Tracys phono Well I shall warn Mllllcent with a foghorn The way he warned Mllllcont has been related nut from Mllllcent he deflected to another subject tho 1m pulse of confession being strong upon him Ho freed Iris mind about tho stains on Cary Mercers cuffs and when at last ho sought MIllicent be aver In his soul praising his aunt for 11 wise old woman After Justice wai disarmed by his miscomprehension of Mllllccnts words ho took out hli cigarette case and began pacing tin garden walks smoking and bummIng a little Spanish lovo song far older than the statehood of California The words belonged to the aIr which he bad whistled a weary wept ago Young Tracy camo along and caught up tho air although he wa Innocent of Spanish ho had his mandolin on his arm ho proffered It to the colonelMiss Janet has been singing coot songs to his nibs who Is really setting almost human he observed affably well a little patience and interes will reveal new possibilities of tin FIreless Stove In man or metal Shall we got under his nibs window and glvo him tho Bedouin Love Song and I Picked Me a Lemon In the Garden of Love and the Sextette fron Lucia and other choice selections lie seemed to be sitting up and taking notice lots lift him above the sordid thoughts of Wall street and his plant for busting other financiers The soldier gave this persiflage no answer his own thoughts were far from gay Ho stood drinking In the beauty of the April night The nl was wonderfully hushed and clear and tho play of the moonlight on the great heliotrope bushes and the rose trees which dangled their clusters of yellow and white over the stone para pets of the balconies tinted the leaf ago and flickered delicately over the tracery of shadow on tho gray walls Sot n cloud flecked the vast aerial landscape only stars beyond stars through unfathomaWo depths of dirt violet and beneath the stars a pale moon swimming low la the heavens one could see It between tho spandrels of tho arches spanning the colonnade Aunt Rebecca In black lace and Jewel was tilting with tho world In genrrtl and Millicent Winter In par tlcular she displayed tier most cynl cal mood She halt demolished democracy had planted herself firmly on the basic doctrine that the virtues cultivated by slavery frr outnumber Its Inseparable vices and that most people It not all need a master had been picturesquely and Inaccurately eloquent on the subject of dynamite which ho pronounced tho logical fourth dimension of liberty fraternity and equality had put the yellow rich where they belonged And the red anarchists mainly under the sod and she had abolished the Fourth of July to the last sputter of firecracker thence by easy transitions she had extolled American art which Ameri can patrons were too Ignorant to ap pree ate deplored American music iTho trouble Isnt that It Is canned sate she but that It was spoiled before they canned III and was now driving a chariot of fire through American literature as for tho acad emits they never said what they thought but only what they thought they ought to think and they always mistook anemia for refinement as an other school mistook yelling and per spiring for vigor Just as Winter modestly entered the arena no loss a personage than Henry James was under tho wheels fanct Smith had modestly confessed to believing him a consummate artist tad Mllllcent In an orotund voice de clared that he went deep deep down nto the mysteries of life I dont deny It he ought to get down deep returned Aunt Rebecca n her gentlest softest utterance hes always boring Mrs MclvlltoH suppressed agitation lade her stays creak Do you really think that Jatnes is not a great artist she breathed- I think ho lit not worth while Wow I cried Tracy Oh I say Aunt Rebetca you cannot mean this was Mrs Melville choking with horror Ills style repented the unmoved iconoclast hid style has tho remains of great beauty nil hIs separate phrases If you wish are gems and he Is a literary lapidary but bhi sentences are BO subtle so complex so Intricately compounded and so dis cursive that I get a pain In tho back of my neck before I find out what he may mean and thenI dont agree with hIm Now Is is worth while to put In so much hard reading only to be Irritated t I beg pardon Winter Interposed with masculine pusillanimity evading takes sides in the question at issue I thought wo were going to have soma music why dont you boys glvo us some college songs home is a mandolinAunt Rebeccas still luminous arcs went from the speaker to Janet Smith in the corner She said something about hearing tho music better from the other sldo of the balcony Now as Mrs MillIcent very truly ex plained there wna not a hapenny worths difference in favor of one side over tho other but she followed In tho wake of her Imperious aunt Tho colonel drew nearer to Janet Smith In order to sink his volco below disturbing the musiclovers ho found it necessary to sit on a pile of cushions at her feet Did you know Mercer will bo back tonight ho began a long way from iris ultimata object He noticed that leaning back In the shadow her ready smile had dropped from liar face which looked tired I want to tell about Mercer heyou a little story continued may IT It wont take longHo was aware and It gave him a twinge of pain to seo It that she sat up a littlo straIghter like one on guard and oh how tired her face was and bow sweet Ho told her of all his suspicions of her brotherinlaw tho bloodstains and tho changing clothes she did not Interrupt him a question hardly by a motion ortho told of the conversation Keatcham and the note signed mack Hand At this her eyes ed she exclaimed impetuously Gary Mower never did send that lot tort Sho drew a deep Y breath I dont believe ho touchedIMr Kcatchamt Neither do I said the colonel but walt Ho went on to the theater girls report of the receiver of tho telegrams liar hands which clasped her knee fell apart her lips parted and q closet firmly Did I think It was you said he Why yen I confess I did fear ItImight be and that you might bo trying to shield Atkins II she exclaimed hotly that do testable villain Isnt ho cried tho colonel But well I couldnt toll how he might strike a lady ho ended lamely I reckon ho would strike a lady It she were silly enough to marry him and he got tired of her Ho Is the kind of man who will persecute a girl to marry him follow her around and importune her and flatter her and then If ho should prevail never for give her for the bother she has given him Oh I never did like him Im afraid of hImawfully- Not youtho colonels voIce was cheerful as if ho had not shivered over his own foreboding vision 1vo seen you In action already you know Not fighting bombs I bate bombs There are so many pieces to hit you You cant run away Well youll find them not so bad besides you did fight one this very morning and you wore cool as pep permlntl That was qulto different I had time to think and the danger was moro to me than to any ono else but to think of Mrs Winter and Archie and y all of you that scares me Now dont lot It got on your nerves ho soothed of courso It is necessary to take a girls hand to soothe her when elm is frlghtccd But bliss Smith calmly released her hand only reddening a little and she laughed Whore whoro were we att she asked In her unconscioulIsouthern phraseology Somewhere around Atkins I think said tho colonel he laughed in his turnho found It easy to laugh now that ho knew how she felt toward Atkins You see after I talked with Keatcham I couldnt make anything but Atkins out of the whole business Hut there were those stained cuffs and his rYesexplanation that was that perhapsIMercer had discovered fore we did unconsciously spotted his cuffs been alarmed by our approach and hidden lest it should be the mur derers returning Ho might have wanted a chance to draw his revolver Say he did that way ho might I foolishly pretend to enter for the first time It he made that mistake and I then discovered tho condition of his cuffs and the spots on his knee what would be his natural first Impulse Why to change them trusting that they hadnt been noticed Maybe then ho would wash them out TO HE CONTINUfD All His Fault An old lady who was in tho habitat Icclarlng nTer the occurrence of an unusual event that she had predicted It was ono day very nicely sold by her worthy spouse who like many others vo have heard of had got tired of her eternal I told you sot Rushing Into the houso breathless with cxcltemrut he dropped Into his chair elevated his landu and exclaimed Oh wife wlfol What1Vhatwbat do you think The old brindle cow has gone and eaten up our grindstone The old lady was ready and hardly waiting to hear the last word tho roko out at the top of her lungs I old you so you pld fooll I told you 10 You always would lot it atan I out o doorul iI J H I I 1 I I or UENEBALMILB5S AND THE 10IOUX I L COPYJll GHT 1 909 BY W A RATTEE SON J ASIUNOTON A lithograph that has survived tho attacks of time shows Gen Nelson A Mlles and Col W F Cody mounted on spit ited horses nnd over i looking from n bluff tho last great camp of tho Sioux Indians when com lag in from tho warpath Tho Sioux J surrendered to Gen Miles In Janu t ary 1891 but they camo very near a fow days after tho surrender to the point of breaking away once I more Tho story of It Is this Gray dawn was breaking at the Pine Ridge agency when nn Indian runner broke headlong Into the vii lage of the surrendered Sioux Ho stopped at the tepees of the prin cipal warriors long enough to shout a message nnd then leaving the camp where its end rested against on abrupt hill ho made his way with I n plainsmans stealth to tho group of agency buildings circling which and extending beyond crowning rldgo after ridge were tho white SIbloy tents of tho soldlors oj Breakfast was forgotten In tho t troubled camp of tho Sioux The chiefs and tho greater braves unshed to quick council and tho lesser war tiers the squaws and the children stood waiting with dogged patience in the village streets I Tho council was over An old chief shouted n word of command that was fcaught up and parted quickly to tho farthest outlying tepee An army tromitorder Mounted men shot out from the village and as fast as fleetfooted ponies pressed to their utmost could outlyingure of rider nnd horse silhouetted against the morning sky Every sentinel warrior had his eyes on the camps of tho white soldiery Sud I ringingnotelaythoI subdued to softness floated on to be lost In tho one of tho hilltop son beyondI life A signal ran to be passed down waiting Sioux whoI 1 ponyherds lariatIomert edIof the tepees for tho hills where tho herds were foraging on tho Knowcovered bunch grass It seemed but n passing moment before every pony in that great grazing herd was headed for tho village Tho animals wore as obedient to the word of command OB is Ij bravo to tho word of hU chief During the gathering of tho ponies tho women of tho camp had slung their papooses to their backs had collectod tho camp utensils and were standing ready to strike tho tepees while tho bravos blanketed and with rifles In their hands had thrown themselves between tho village and the camps of tho soldiers of Gen Miles Tho Sioux who had surrendered loss than a week before were preparing to stampedo from it the agency and to make necessary the repeating t of a campaign that had lasted for months Tho t Indian runner had brought word that Great CHief Miles had ordered his soldiers to arms 4 nearly In the morning and that tho surrendered wore to bo massacred to the last man woman and child The medicine men had told tho Indians that this was to bo their fate and the runneri word found ready belief Miles sent a courier with n reassuring message to the chiefs but they would not believer Tho braves prepared to kill before they were killed and everything was In ruudluesd for tho flight of tho squaws and papooses whllo tho war i rlon following should fight the soldiers lusting for tho Sioux blood Gen Miles had planned a review of the forces in the field as a last act of the campaign and it was the order for the gathering and the march J ing that had been taken as an order of massacre by the suspicious Sioux J Trumpet and bu gle calls of boots and saddles and assembly burdened the air Tho troopers and dough- boys had fallen in 5000 strong Tho column started west with flags nnd gui dons fluttering The head of the com mand the greatest that had been gathered together up to that time since tho days ot tho i civil war reached the bluff above the Sioux village A shout would have started the slam pedo ot the savages a shot would have been tho signal Cora volley from tho warriors lying be tween the white column and the vII lage The soldiers passed on and tho review began but out on tho hills the Indian sentinels still stood and between tho marching whites and the village were tho long lines of braves still sus picious and still ready to give their lives for tho women arid children in tho heart of tho valley What n review was that on the snowcovered South Dakota plains that January morning 16 years ago Gen Miles on his great black horse watched tho 5000 soldiers pass soldiers that had stood tho burden of battle and the hardships of a winters campaign and had checked ono of tho greatest Indian uprisings of history Tho First Infantry led by Col Shatter who aft erward was In command In front of Santiago was there that day Guy V Henry now lying In peaceful Arlington cemetery rode at the head of his black troopers the buffalo soldiers of tho Sioux Capt Allen W Capron was there with tho battery that afterward opened the battle at Santiago The Seventh cavalry was there two of Its troops B nnd K having barely enough men left in the ranks to form a platoon These two troops had borno the brunt of the fighting at Wounded Knee a month before when 90 men of tho Seventh fell killed or wounded be fore the bullets of the Sioux When tho two troops with their attenuated ranks rodo by the reviewing general removed his cap an honor oth erwise paid only to tho colors of his country Tho column filed past broke into regiments then Into troops and companies and the word of dismissal was given The Indian sentinels ion tho ridges signaled the camp In tho valley In anoth er minute there was a stampede but It was only that of tho thousands of Sioux ponies turned loose and eager to get back to their breakfast of bunch grass on tho prairies Two Strike the Sioux watched tho review that day Old Two Strike was ono or the warriors who went out with a following of braved on tho warpath tho month previous Two Strike woro no ghost shirt lie was above such superstition even though he took no pains to urge his comrades to follow his shirtless example Two Strike was glad of tho crazo that had brought war for ho hated the whites harder than ho bated anything on earth except the Pawnees tho hereditary enemy of his people Two Strike know in his soul that the buffalo were not coming back as tho medlclno men had declared and that no Messiah was to bo raised to lead his people against the Palo faces to wipe them from off tho face of the continent What he did know was that ho was to have ono more chance to strike at the encroachers on the lands of his people bo j INEIJON fore tho enfeeblements of old age took tha strength from his arm Two Strike was a great warrior He had fought on many a field and he had won his name from the overcoming of two warrior foes who had at tacked him when he was alone on tho prairie Single handed ho bad fought and killed them nnd Two Strike he had been from that day He was tho leader in tho last battle which took place between hostile hands of savages on the plains of America For years without number tho two na tions the Sioux and the Pawnees had hated each otherIn one of Coopers novels Hard Heart a Paw nee taunts a Sioux thus Since waters ran and trees grew the Sioux has found tho Pawnee on his warpath The fight In which Two Strike was the leader of tho Sioux was fought against the Pawnees on tne banks of a little stream known asiTIle Frenchman In Nebraska in the year 1874 In the valley of tho Platte river the buffalo were plenty but the Pawnees had said that the Sioux should not hunt there and they defied them to come The Pawneo dogs called the Sioux worn ep said the storyteller and old Two Strike sneeredIt when tho grass was at Its best that the Sioux started for the country of the Pawnee The teller of tho tale made no secret of the Intention ot the Sioux to exterminate the Pawnees sparing neither women nor children If the chancefor their killing presented Itself Two Strike and his Sioux reached tho edge of the buffalo country and there they waited oppor tunlty They did not have to watt long Runners told them that the Pawnees In full strength had started on n great hunting expedition led by Sky Chief a noted warrior When the namo of Sky Chief fell from the lips of tho Interpreter old Two Strike smiled and closed his fist The Sioux left their encampment and struck into the heart of the hunting country There a scout told them that the enemy was encamped la a prairie gulch and that their women and children were with them to caro for the hides and for tho drying of the meat of the buffalo Two Strike led his men by a way around as the Interpreter put It coming finally to a point less than half a suns distance from the camp In the valley The Sioux struck n small herd of buf falo and they goaded the animals before them right up to tho mouth of the gulch When the buffalo were bedded straight Into the valley the Sioux pricked tho hindmost with arrows and the herd went headlong toward the encampment of the Pawnees who were foolish men and did not watch for an enemy When tho Pawnees saw the buffalo they mount ed their ponies and followed them out through the far end of the valley to the level plain leaving the women and children behind Then tho Sioux went In to the slaughter spar ing neither Infancy nor age and they had almost ended the killing when the Pawnee braves returned Then followed the last great battlo which has been fought on tho plains between tribes of red men The storyteller in the tepee at Pine Ridge did not say so but it Is known from the account of a whlto man Adabel Ellis who know the cir cumstances that tho Pawnees fought that day as they had always fought bravely and to the death Sky Chief the Pawnee rode out In front of his men shook his hand and called out that Two Strike tho Dakota was a coward Then Two Strike called back that the Pawnee was a dogsI whelp and ho rodo out armed with his knife which was the only weapon Sky Chief held The two lenders met and fought They dis mounted turned their ponies loose and grappled The storyteller lingered not on the details of the SkyChiefsThe tale ended Two Strike rose bared his right arm drove his hand downward and then upward and smiled 1885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states ILargest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS f A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others Weoihimself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 7 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures I library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic I and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing SingIng Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management otc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any 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celvo a certificate for onehalf the incidental fee paid which certlficato will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of terra bills by tho stu dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is September 15 1909 The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA That Premium Knife takes the eyes of tho men and boys who see it The mountain peoplo like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth mote to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have r 1 THE SCHOOL J PLAYTIME IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS The Educational Value of Play By J W DINSMORE PHYSIOAL TRAINING Moreover the successful ball play er must keep himself physically fit If ho Is a member of a college team he Is under the strictest orders ot the captain and must obey rules lIe must retire early avoid tobacco and Intoxicants must cat at the trainers table on which Is good substantial fare but no delicacies even tea and coffee being under the ban must bathe regularly rise early take exercise before breakfasting and mica no appointed hours of practice All this and more Is required In pre paratlon for a match game A LIST OF ESSENTIALS Let us observe now how the player Is trained to the highest degree attainable in tho essential qualities of tho game and see if these quail ties are not tho same as those re quired for success In any avocation In life First the captain of the team wakoa his appointments for practice and requires regularity and promptness of every member Second strict and Instant obedience must be render ed no less than In military training Third sharp and constant attention is absolutely required and tho player must be on his nerve or suffer sharp rebuke which by tho way he must take cheerfully without answer ing back The captain is boss Fourth h6 must learn to work with his fellow playera as much depends upon teamwork It is hla duty to back up those who play next to him and to be ready to lend assistance at any i point at any time Fifth he dare not shrink from the swiftest balls and It hurt he must grin and bear It At the bat he must face swift balls watch out keenly for curves I ITHE FARM Years Now There are two great principles which govern a man at hiD work The first Is the desire to do as little work as possible for a given result and the second Is to put off as long as possi ble any unpleasant Job These two principles work well for most things but If the second one gets a start of the first it will make a lot ot troubleAnd that second principle has gbt a mighty good start now over tho first in the of a lot of farmers They are putting off work which would be a great deal easier done now than later They are not keep Ing the weeds down Every man knowo that next years weeds aro just about ready to sow themselves now The weed seeds are nearly ripe and In a few days each breeze will be scattering them broadcast over every farm where they will get a good start this fall and be ready to make a tremendous I lot of trouble next spring Every body worked bard In the spring and kept the weeds down but now thee crops are laid by But tho weeds are not laying by not so you could notice It and In some fields it Is a question whether the farmer IsI raising moro weeds or more There will bo mighty little question next yearthose weeds will all sow themselves and there will be a hard and do his best to put tho ball In a sate place Sixth he knows that n Ptrlct and Impartial record is being kept and that every counts against him while every good play adds to his renown Seventh ho must learn to endure defeat without losing heart and to bear victory without loa lng or putting on airs Eighth ho must learn self control to such an extent that In the most trying crisis of the game amidst the wildest uproar ho can bo perfectly calm nlearhcaded and efficient Ninth he must sink himself In the game Ho Is not an individual seeking personal renown but a part ot tho team whose success Is his glory Tenth It goes without saying that he must know the game thoroly must play accord Ing to the rules and abide by the de cision of the umpire The rules governing baseball are as intricate and far more changeable than the rtlea of arithmetic but no boy needs to be given them as a task He will pore over them until they are mastered and watch their practical working with the keenest zest These are not all but they are sufficient to show the kind ot train- Ing a boy receives on the baseball field and no one can deny that the qualities there acquired will bo serviceable In after life All this too is In addition to the physical development the health giving exercise the working together of eye and hand ot mind and muscles Such training is the necessary supplement of books and recitations It does what tho schoolrooms cannot do The school room boy Is a sissy the playground boy Is a hero A proper mixture of both make the Ideal man Continued Next WeekI I Kill Next Weeds minds error and poor chance for any crop Now is the time when next years weeds can be killed easiest Ono weed has hundreds or thousands of seeds and killing it off before the seeds get ripe or cutting it and burning It will prevent all those seeds from growing Enough weeds can grow in tho fence corners of any field to sow that field to weeds next year And almost all fields have got the seed weeds in the fence corners The farm on cculd cut them out In a couple of days and he is not working much now but he will leave them and it will make him three or four times as much work next year Now Is the time to go to work Another mighty good thing to do Is to plow tho field as soon as the crop Is off from It The young weeds that are Just starting If turned under will die and a little work In the fall will save a lot in the spring What is more there Is plenty of time this fall and time will beery scarce when planting time comes around Keep In mind all the time the principle of doing as little work as possible and you will get ahead fast You will keep your seed weeds from getting a start on you you will keep the young weeds from growing and you will do those things at the time when ft is easiest The result will Wanted High School and Grammar School Graduates Ambitious young men and women will be interested in reading Schoolfax a book issued by The Tribune containing the most complete information I about all the leading professions together with details regarding some of the most prominent schools in the United States rItwill aid you in choosing your vocation and start you on the road to success Schoolfax is of special interest to parents contemplating sending their boys and girls to schools of any nature whatever We will mail you this book absolutely free Fill out caution below and mail to Schoolfax room 528 Tribune Buildi- ngTribuneBureau of School Information 528 Tribune Building Chicago Illinois I NameAgej ji ifi Address t School ry s i Grammar or High School When Graduatcdnn J i i Ibe that you will save labor and get better crop It stands to reasonI that it the ground puts Its strength into weeds it cannot put it into corn or oats Tho ground will grow weeds just as well as it will oats It you give It a chance but the weeds are not worth quite so much in the market Weeds are the ruin anattoh of any farm and now Is the time to kill them for next year REPORT ON BEREA Mrs Crane Gives Results of Her Vis It HereSome Commendation Tho full report made by Mrs Car oline Bartlett Crane on her observations of sanitary conditions in Ken tucky has been made public and con tains several interesting statements regarding Berea Among other things she mentions it as one of the five placej she knows of In Kentucky where there Is a good pure water sup ply In all the other cities she visit ed shu says tho people are drinking the uncleansed water containing sew use of cities and towns further up stream She says they all defend their water systems but that these are really bad Ju her specific report on conditions in Borea she says BEREA First Water Supply Berea College Is furnished with water piped from several miles in the hills Tho town relies upon wells and cisterns There aro several public wells used by nu merous families and some abandoned wells which however are still used occasionally for watering horses and stock Ono such well near Chrismans toro seems a special menace It has a broken curb and the ground is Etnwn with paper and other refuse and Is continuously exposed to Infec tion It was recommended that this well should bo condemned and put out ot use since the country people aro quite likely to use it thus infect ing themselves and possibly returning the infection to the town through the milk supply Many ot tho private wells and cis terns are In too close proximity to vault v There Is no public sewerage system except from the college This Is taken care of by a septic tank be fore it enters Into a small stream on the outskirts of tho town SecondSchools The school houses both colored and white ore without fly screens and the outhouses aro In an extremely filthy condition On the grounds ot the white school there Is an abandoned well which should bo filled Water for both ot these schools is drawn from a wellprotect ed cistern belonging to a family In the neighborhood Drinking dippers are used in common in each of these schoolsThirdHospital The hospital own ed and managed by the College Is a most commendable feature of Be reaI learned of a curious disease which teems to be quite prevalent among the students and the mountaineer faml lies from which they come It was described to me by Dr Cowley as greatly resembling typhoid fever except that the onset is sharp and sudden and the symptoms quickly sub tide after a vermifuge Is administered Large worms several inches long are passed It seems to me that the cause might bo looked for in the meat supplyFourth Slaughter Houses and Markets The slaughter houses and markets furnishing the students and many of the town people aro both In a filthy condition The meat market Is the filthiest I have ever seen I suggested to Dr Cowloy to seo If any relation could be established between the meat supply and this peculiar parasitic disease mentioned above FifthMilk I was unable to make a study of the milk supply of the town as most of the Inhabitants milk their own cows or obtain milk by hand from their neighbors At Berea College considerable attention has been paid to tho construction of the dairy plant which is kept in a fairly good condition of cleanliness except that thero are no screens It was recommended that the windows which are nailed In place shall bo made to slide back and that the windows and doors bo screeried The milk cans wore found standing open to tho flies and birds upon an out door shelf Dry feeding was done before instead of after milking Tho milk Is not properly cooled but 7t is intended to remedy this matter when an ice plant can be added to tha con veniences of this institution- I find Dr Cowley of Berea College and Doctors Cornelius and Davis of the town who accompanied me very cordial and very much interested in the improvement of local conditions Berea is about to be Incorporated as n city and I strongly urged that the four physicians together with the mayor should constitute a Board of Health to have the guardianship of all matters pertaining to public health and sanitation May 20th 1909 Chock Put on Amateurs The government of tho British East Africa protectorate Vaa prohibited any person experimenting with wireless telegraphy without a license from the governor A GOOD ANSWER Chas W Boll In the Harrodsburg Republican Gives Facts About Re publican Mismanagement and Proves Democratic Charges False Tho Democratic papers ot this State led by tho Kentucky State Journal have had a great deal to say ot late with regard to tho mismanagement extravagance and allaround incompetency of tho present admin ittratlon We are both loath to believe that tho editor ot tho State Journal would knowingly even for partisan purposesI misstate facts or figures parlljcularsFor Instance tie intimates that each session of tho Legislature during his administration of eight years appropriated quite as much money as did the session ot 1908 Now hero aro tho facts Session of 1900 appropriated JjMyiooa frooooo of which was merely net aside for the purpose of prose tiding the Goebel IIlMulns Session of 1901 appropriated 346J9So Session of 1904 a pproprlatett 4 100000 tearing out the State Capitol appropriation Session of 1906 appropriated jS 4jooo Making total of JI04ss39So- If we add to this tho 1000000 appropriated in 1904 for the purpose ot building tho State Capitol It will make a little over 2000000 appro priated In eight years as against the 1366000 appropriated the first year ot Gov Wlllsons administration And if wo leave the Stato Capitol appropriation out ot both the amount appropriated In 1908 almost equals the total for the eight preceding years Further along In the editorial he says It cannot be denied that the Demo cratic administration came into pow or with a bankrupt treasury and with a heavy debt upon tho State We say that It can be denied and as a denial we quote from the Audi torb report ot 1899 as follows When I took charge of the Auditors office January 1896 I found cash in tho treasury amounting to 315373438 At tho same time I found the State with a floating Indebtedness of 1800000 consisting of outstanding warrants unpaid claims filed in this office and not audited claims In tho hands ot claimants and riot sent In to bo audited unpaid ap prorrlatlons and claims against the school fund etc I turn over today this office to my sucessor with a cash balance in the treasury of o which 96857432 is 106042508I the Sinking fund Every perly made out which to this office has been promptly aud ited and paid and there is today on hand In this office not a dollar ot unaudited claims Not a slnglo warrant is today outstanding that can be found and enough money and other valuable assets in the Sinking Fund to more than pay the one mil lion dollars bonded indebtedness ot IhS State Respectfully submitted Samuel II Stone Auditor of Public Accounts Now how does that statement unro uted and unrefutable compare with the statement mado by tho editor ct the State Journal referred to aboveThe members of the former admin istration and tholr friends aro point lug with great pride to the record they made in taking caro of tho States finances but they have neglected t point out that in order to do this they called upon the taxpayers of tho State for an average ot nearly a million dollars a year more than any of their predecessors had ever used II Many Democratic journals have said often that the last administration left In the treasury over a million dollars Thero was In tho treasury when the present administration took charge about 1100000 From the sixth day of January when the Republicans took charge to the end of tho month there was paid hi round numbers 1230000 all of which were either unpaid bills left over by the former administration or bills raW tg duo In that month To estimate the States financial condition nt the end of any calendar year la very much like figuring out how mush n man Is worth if he has his locket full of money and owes everybody Practically all the funds are paid Into the treasury by tho sheriffs during the closing days rf the year so that thero is or should be always a substantial balance on yearThelast year was 1200000 there will bo ractlcally the same amount of money in tho treasury at tho close of tho Imcnt year Estimate of the condition of the States finance should always be mado at tho close of tho fiscal year and an examination ot the Auditors reports will show that for many years back there has been an actual deficit in the general ox ptndlturo fund and owing to tho large appropriations of tho last Gen eral Assembly that deficit in the very nature of things cannot bo reduced The trouble is that the general expenses of tho State government havo been growing very rapidly for many years while the apportionment ol tho States funds has remained the Biiino Our predecessors frequently resetted to tho practice ot borrowing from the Sinking Fund to cover up these fiscalyear deficits In the year 1907 they borrowed half a million dol lars trout the Sinking Fund to cover a deficit which totalled 476000 This trouble can easily be remedied If tho next legislature will reapportion these various funds and tho matter will be called to their attention Again It has been asserted many times that tho Democrats built tho now capitol Tho facts aro that they paid only a little over 1000000 on this building while tho appropriations that have been mado for Its comple tion now aggregate over 1700000 Mark this prediction It will require buildingIAndTho building will be completed by tho present administration and debts paid and a substantial balance be left In the treasury without an in crease in taxes The present adminis tration has paid 600000 ot the now appropriation ot tho last General As sembly III The Kentucky State Journal also recently printed without comment an editorial from tho Stanford Interior Journal which among other things saidBesides the useless expenditure of 160000 for soldiers to put down the tiightrldcrs there have been other leaks In the treasury not known to Democratic rule Wo should like to hear Auditor James explain tho quite twoIha suspended payment and its warrants gone below par Perhaps the editor ot the Interior Journal Is too young to remember that tho suspension of payment was mado and State warrants went below par under Governor Browns adminis tration and that the Bradley adminis tration found the State overwhelmingly in debt and tho treasury practically empty As to his reference to the useless expenditure ot money paid for the suppression of Night Riders we would like to ask him what ho would have done had he been Gover nor ot this State during this reign of terror We do not believe that any commonwealth since tho establish ment of this government was ever called upon to witness such disgraceful scenes Men and women cruelly beaten and frequently murdered their homes and their property des scounI Into other States All ddno in this proud Commonwealth whose motto h United we stand divided we fall lAnd yet Democratic editorsnot all ot however we are thankful to- saywill speak of the useless ox pendlturo ot money to suppress such damnable outrages The howl that would have gone up from these same Democratic Journals if Gov Will son had made no attempt to suppress nlghtrldlng would have been something terrible to hear Perhaps the Night Riders a heritage handed down by the last administration could have been suppressed long before it was and with much less expense had these same Democratic editors and their allies the Democratic officials of counties where these outrages occurred united with Governor Willson In his efforts to stamp out this lawlessness Bo it said to the shame of the county officials of tho sections where the Night Riders committed their depredations that there were comparatively few Instances where tho local officials made any effort whatever to restore order and we might add parenthetically that these outrages did not occur in the Republi can mountain sections but principally In the Gibraltar of proud Demo cracy Wo suppose when tho In terior Journals editor says that there have been other leaks in the treas ury not known under Democratic rule he refers to the money that has leaked in there having been re dishonest10CClcialIJ years Wo defy him to point to n slnglo dollar that has been misapplied under the present administration and we can point with pride to many thousands of dollars that have been recovered to tho treasury through tho watchfullncss and efficiency of tho present State officials IV It is more than likely that time Democratic papers will say In reply to this article Look what our admin Istratlon did fbr tho public schools It is not tho purpose ot tho writer to pluck a single laurel from tho brow of any man and wo mean to give credit where tho credit Is due Tho preceding administration did well by the public schools of this Commonwealth but we are not willing to admit that they did better or oven as well as this administration lias dono and hero are the figures to demonstrate that when it comes to speaking of educational matters tills administration has a right to get chesty also During tho eight years ot Beckhams administration the per capita Increased from 245 to 340 THE MARKET It J Berea Prices ICabbagePotatoes now 100 per bu Eggs per doz IBc r Butter per lb 2Oc BACON Salt side 1254c llitPromlum IIAMS Country 14c j Premium IGc Lard per lb 12c Pure He Fryers on foot 20c per 1b lIens on foot 12c per Ib Feathers per Ib 36e 11- Hay 12 per ton- Corn 85c per bu Wheat per bu fl05110 Oats 75o a bu In 5 bu lots Cracked corn 185 i or 100 tbs Wheat screening 1130 per 100 lbs Ship stuff 130 per 100 Ibs Tics No1 L N 8x7x9 45o culls ZOc j Live Stock 91CATTLEBeef steers and fat bolters 3 Iff C 45 Cows 3 10 4 C5 Cutters 1 80 J 3 15 Canners 70 2 00 Bulls 1 SO 405 Feeders 3 30 465 Stockerst 203 430 Choice milch cows 35 00 42 00 Common to fair 15 00 35 00 Cattle market very dull J- CALVESBest 0 50 7 00 Medium 4 50 5 50 00Iup 130 to 165 Ibs 765 Pigs 6 25 7 35 Itoughs C90 down fSHEEP Beit lambs 7 QO 7 25 Butcher lambs tf 00 C 25 Culls 300 3 75 Best tat sheep 425 down MESS PORK I13DO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure H cand 15o heavy 4 to medium 14cB- REAKFAST BACON 179ic SIDES 13e- mLLIES 134e- SlIOULdEfS 1254c DRIED BEEF Itc LARD Puro tlortee 12c tub 13c pure leaf tierces 14c firkins lilic tubs 143j- 0BUTTEIIPacking ISHc Elgin creamery CO Ib tubs 2Sc prints 29c EGGS Case count 17c POULTRY Hens 11c roosters Cc springers 15lCa ducks 8c turkeys 12a geese lie WHEATNo 2 red 103 No 3 98 OATS Now No3 white 48440 No 2 mixed 47C CORN No 2 white 7Ca No 3 mix ed 71e- UYENo2 Northern DOe an average annual Increase of nearly 12 cents per pupil During tho pre sent administration tho per capita has increased from 340 to 1400 an average annual Increase of 30 cents per pupil The average per capita the eight years was 275 for the two years of this administration the average was 380 During those eight years tho average annual pay ments for public school purposes wore 12142000 for the first two years of tho Republican administration tho average payments were 2820000 How Is this for Republican mismanagement Tho Kentucky Rep ublican Invites yea challenges and defies and dares any roan or set of men any paper or set of papers to point out a slnglo misstatement of tots or misuses of figures In tho foregoing FOR SALE Ono ot tho moat desirable homes in Borca on Center street will bo sold tug 21 at public sale unless previously Terms will be made known privately A splendid opportunity for a man wishing to come to Berea to educate his children Eight rooms and moun tain water in tho house 100 foot front 200 feet deep J E Dalton I Gentle Sarcasm A good old west country preacher who had decided to leave an unromu neratlvo charge finding it Impossible to collect his salary said in his taro well sermon I have little more to add dear brethren You snvofhlswero all In favor of and I the manner In which you have treated mo proves that you have got IU History of Tuberculosis George Frederick Laldlaw of Now York says that wo havo passed from the stage In which we tried to kill the tubercle bacillus Into one In which we try to help tho individual through his power of resistance to kill It This ho calls vltpllsmMedical Record Overcoming the Difficulty Tho time table ot a south ot France railway announces Half tickets for children are not Issued on this line In tho case however of two children of QO + family traveling together a single ticket will be sufficient for tho otImade to tho booking clerk who will Issue a portion ot a ticket at a moiety of the usual faro H t I I ae9osasoiososoiosoioAioiosoiososoiososoioseiosoioi 0 0 Vicinityo I a s a o 0n o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- i i- Sotoiososososososesaseiososoeosoiosososososososoiosos DR BEST DENTIST VITI P11OYt3 tat OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TABLE SOUTH BOUND Local Cincinnati CMG n m 825 p m BEUEA 1114 a m 1226 p m NORTH BOUND Knoxvlllo 630 n m 1100 Po m BEREA 129 p m 400 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 705 a m Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p m BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m Knoxvlllo 700 p m 650 a m EXPRESS TRAINS Stop to lot oft or take on passengers from beyond ClnclnnaU SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 815 n m BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 430 p m r rta J Cincinnati 835 p tn Mr H B Claro formerly night operator at the L N station and at present operator at his homo In Cyn thlana assisted tho band at the Bo rea Fair R B Doo Is 111 and may have typhoid fever rho Misses Harris of Vlncenne Ind are visiting their cousin Miss Ella Kindred- Judge William Lewis of London wa In town Monday and Tuesday Miss Bella Bennett of Richmond Mr McDowell of Nashville and Dr Jack son ot Bryn Mawr wero visitors In Berca Saturday Mrs Jas Reeves of Lexington Nob and three children May Hazel and Bcsslo aro visiting her father Mr Curtis Kelley They will stay about six weeks and before returning homo will visit her brother Mr Leo Kelley at Congcravillo 111 A song service will bo hold Sunday night on tho lawn in front it Lincoln Hall weather permitting A toroop tican will throw copies ot tho songs to bo sung oh a screen and it is likely that there will be othor views thrown on the screen too FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain In good condition Apply to J J Grcenloaf Assignee Richmond ItIMrs Lorena Truett who is an era ployco in a Cincinnati department store is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A P Settle for a tow weeks A vote for A H Short will help to wipe out the blind tigers dives and bootleggers In this dlstrlctAdv- Mr and Mrs Anglin and their little son Lester wore In town ono day last weekMr and Mrs J C Bullen of Rock ford were in town to attend tho DeI rea Fair and stayed over Sunday with their undo and aunt Mr and Mrs Jas LInville We toll all kinds of feed coal Ice cedar and locust posts and best quality sawed shingles at lowest prices on the market Phone 169 Holiday 11 Co Railroad St Bores Ky The hundreds ot friends hero of Dr R A Torroy will bo interested in a little adventurer tho great evangelist bad last week at Los Angeles Cal Ho was standing on tho porch of a hptel talking to Manager Willey when tj one Dan OConnor came Up with a spado knocked Willey down and start ed to brain him Mr Torrey closed with tho wouldbe murderer wrench ed tho spado away from him knock c4hlm down and calmly sat on him till an officer of tfio law arrived La ter it was learned that OConnor had threatened to kill Wllley and that Dr Torrey undoubtedly saved the mans life FOR SALEI am leaving Kentucky and will sell 74 acres good land on Wallaceton Pike good house and barn with water near tho house and three good orchards Elihu Bicknoll 13t Paint Lick Ky There will bo a Christian Endeavor social Saturday night at soven on tho lawn in front of Lincoln Hall Everybody Invited Miss Anna Sopor of Kingston was time guest of her cousin Margaret Wal Iac6 over Sunday Miss Bertha Robinson returned Wednesday from her vacation trip to Niagara Falls Miss Mary Adams and mother havo returned from Richmond after a few weeks visit with relatives there Mr Ceo Golden and Miss Pearl Adams went to Richmond last Sat urday and wcro married At present they aro staying at the home of Mr Goldens parents Mr and Mrs Stanley Kitchen of Corbin have been the guest ot her sister and brother here this week j Jesse Rogers of Richmond was in town last week for the Fair Miss China Hudson of Hugh was the guest of her sister Mrs Margaret Ogg Saturday and Sunday Misses Suo and Salllo Lowen wh havo been visiting for a few weeks at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Amos at Brasstleld returned to Berca last weekSeveral pooplo from hero went with a largo party from Richmond last Thursday to Natural Bridge Ky Mr and Mrs Grover Fish have moved into tho Blazer cottage on Center street last occupied by Mr Mooro and family Miss Pattlo Mayors who is teaching at Birch Grove spent from Friday until Sunday with homo folks hero Miss Lou Phillips was In town a fow days last week visiting with friends from her home at Wlldlo Miss Bettlo Lewis has been assist ing in tho Berca National Bank In the absenco of Miss Todd who has bcen havlng a short vacation at Nla gra 1alls- A number of Miss Etta Lewis friends were entertained at dinner last Wednesday evening In honor other birthday at her home on Chest nut street Richard Bongo with his brother and sister left Sunday for Lexington where they will make their home for the presentMr Moore and Miss Ethla Hardln went to Jelllco Tenn lost week and were married The young couple have tho best wishes of their many friends Miss Margaret Wallace with her cousin Miss Kato linker of Wallace ton left Tuesday morning for a week or ten days visit with friends a NIcholasvlllo and Wllrnoro Mr John Stewart of Klrksvlllo was In town last week for the Fair Mr and Mrs Will Smith and sister of Kansas have been visiting relat ives in Paint Lick aud Berca the post tad weeks Mrs Smith was formerly Hattie Gulnn Mrs Kitchen and two children for merly of this place but now of Williamsburg are visiting friends hero this week An Invalid child of Will Gabbard of Scaffold Cane neighborhood dIed suddenly Monday night Will D Click Oscar Clark and Le roy WarrIngton attended tho Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Monday and Tuosday TAX NOTICE To the tax payers of the town of BereaYou are hereby notified that your taxes for the year of 1909 are now due ac tho town li In need of funds for street repairs you twill please bo ready to settle when I call upon you which will bu In tho next few days YoursW Harrison I Tax Collector PUBLIC SALE ftu will utter for sale WeJuoaduy Sept 15 1909 at 10 oclock a m our farm containing 192 82100 acres situ ated onohalt mile from Kingston Madison County Kentucky on the Kingston and Berea turnpike This farm is ono of tho best im proved farms In tho county under good fencing and In a high state of cultivation It is well watered by numerous sprlngo and ponds There is about ono hundred acres in grass forty acres in meadow and tho re mainder in cultivation Tho farm la located in one of the best neighborhoods In Madison Coun ty onehalt mile from postotflco church and school house Rural route at the door A modern residence six rooms all necessary outbuildings barn tool house cistern good gar den and young orchard Tho right for fall seeding will be given the purchaser with gull posses blon January 1 191- 0TEIUlSOnehalt of purchase prix will bo required when possession is given The remainder In twelve and eighteen months to bear Interest at thu rato otslx per annum until paid A lien will bo retained on all the laud until all tho purchase money Is paid Any ono desiring to see the farm or for further Information call on or write J R Cox R F D No3 Richmond Ky or J B parkes King ston Ky M F Cox R W Boulware RFD No3 Richmond Ky W P Prowltt Auctioneer WHITE WYANDOTTES THE BEST Bred in line for years by the finest of breeders I have a number of Roosters I will sell for the low price of too each Call on or see Phone 1273 JOHN MOORE Berea Kentucky oeoeoeoooooeoeoeoeool-o 01 College Items 1 0- o 0 HERE AND THERE o oioiosososososososeioseSeSMr day to be gone till late this week Albert Keffer writes that ho Will bo in town about Sept 1 weighing 237 pounds and ready to fight for center place on tho football team Ah thero Bill Dooley Proto and Mrs Edwards and their family Mrs Dr Cowley Mrs Ralph RIgby and baby Mrs Dr Thomson will go to Chautauqua late this week Tho DInsmorcs who returned Saturday from Campton where they con ducted tho Wolfe County Institute report that twentyfive Berca people sat down to Ice cream with them thero ono day Mr and Mrs E L Roberts are being congratulated on the arrival of a third daughter who will bo called Anna Katherine Misses Ruth and Ethel Putnam leave Friday to visit in the North Both will havo places in northern cities next year Miss Margaret Mlnnlch who gradu ated this year from the hospital Is at present visiting friends at Leet W Va- Miss Myrna Walker returned last week from her vacation spent at Day ton Ky Mr and Mrs Claro Canfield and their parents Mr and Mrs A M Canfield left Monday for Lltchfleld 0 in their automobile- Dr Herget of Cincinnati who is spending his summer vacation hero preached at tho Baptist church last Sunday morning and evening in the absenco of the pastor Roy R L Bran denburgAll graduates of tho Berea General Hospital are requested to meet In the annex of the Hospital back of Secretary Gambles house Friday afternoon at 300 oclock ON WESTERN TOUR N01 PUCES PEAK OR BUST Perhaps some Citizen readers can make out just how the quotation at the head of this letter originated I cant It might be the thought of tho then 27 years old Lieut Zebulon M Pike who on the 13th ot Novem ber 1806 at the head of a small party of government explorers es pied what ho described in his diary as a mountain looking like a little blue cloud and who marched for ten days toward It before reaching Its base Llttlo could he have sus pected that ho was to havo his namo immortalized by being attached to that proud peak towering BO far above its neighbors and that in a comparatively short time a hundred thousand people a year would ride In ease to tho summit which after two days of strenuous effort ho declared no mortal would ever reach Tho slang expression might have been coined by Major Long who thirteen years later with three har dy companions of a government party which ho headed reached the crest after two days of almost super human effort In seeking to descend they lost their way and suffered intensely with the cold though the AugustI have been the excited exclamation of some ad I venturer according to the cartoo which I once saw picturing roughlyI clad man with his effects strapped this o shoulders and a look ot grim determination on his face as he utteredI the above emphatic If not elegant ex pression Before the organization of our far western territories the term Pikes Peak stood not only for the famous mountain but for all the region around I When Mrs Dodge and I started I from home on July 30th It was with the purpose of visiting the top of this most celebrated of American mountains as the first notable achie vement of the ten weeks devoted t sightseeing in a dozen western states and territories Marvelous as It may seem three days of contlnous travel ing would have brought us from dea Berca to the coveted goal But we spent Sunday with friends on the way Some further delay followed unepectedly which the superstitious I may ascribe to our starting on Friday so that tho ascent was not made un til today From this place to ManI tou seven mileS away we went b ordinary trolly lino and from 930 t 1100 wo wero being pushed by the puffing locomotive from the toot o tho mountain up the cogwheel in cline to tbo top Eight cars carryin- fifty or more passengers each a sturdy locomotive to each coach have thus made the trip today returnln after waiting from 45 to 60 minute- on that far up pinnacle which the in trepld Pike up to the time of his death In battle supposed never could reachedThe was ideal Along deep ravines into which had tumbled boulders as big as houses up sharp ascent- rising one foot In four by mountain torrents leaping from rocks to other rocks below tho faithful engines pushed their precious charges As the cars rounded curves some gentle some sharp to avoid impassable bar riers new vistas of grandeur and beauty were continually opened to us At the top we took a cup of coffee tho highest In price as well as altitude of any yet quaffed but did not send any dispatch from this highest telegraph Station in the world Most of our time was spew in picking our way around among rocks which covered the several com paratively level acres or in lookin off to the continental divide toward the west or tho Spanish Peaks in New Mexico 40 miles to tho south A repetition of tho delightful scenery with variations as we descend not ing the 90 acre reservoir which sup plies this city and Irrigates the coun try around and the great day Is done All following Is tame In companion But by itself the drive through the Garden of the Gods wIth its like ness of divers animals In red roc and Its walls and slablike columns some of them 200 or 300 feet high would be of intense Interest Not less interesting was Glen Eyrie th home of Gen Palmer lately decease- leaving an estate of 51000000 Ill farm Is a valley six miles long and half a mile wide reclaimed by Irrigation The castle has 300 rooms and cost a million The finest driveways wind through the grounds and elec tric lights brighten tho night in the parts where otherwise natures solitude Is supreme Next week Salt Lake Colorado Springs August 5 1909 LoVant Dodge Easy for Him The man who lets hIs wife think she Is having her own way has no difficulty In governing her Philadel pbla Record I Every Month writes Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles La I used to suffer from headache backache side ache pressingdown pains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and now I feel good all the time TAKE CARDU- J a It Will Help You Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act upon the cause of most womens pains strengthen ing tho weakened womanly organs that suffer be cause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients- perfectly harmless and recommended for all sick wo men old or young Try Cardui Womens Relief AT ALL DRUG STORES I IN WASHINGTON Continued from Pint raKe recall with approval the course of President Andrew Jackson in regard tt the second United States Bank 111 18323 Professor A Platt Andrews who dnthe work of the Commission has this week been appointed Director of the Mint Tho most Important work of next winter will undoubtedly be that ot regulating great corporations and busl rrst combinations including railroads Probably the definite program of President Taft for this purpose will be announced In the autumn 1Speaker Cannon announced the ap pointments for the House committees for the next session yesterday He has removed from chairmanships those men who have been most ob theoyear including Messrs Gardner Cooper and Fowler Mr Payno seems to be beyond his reach At least tho MeansrCommittee is not disturbed There has been some talk of making Mr Payne Speaker in Cannons place but probably any attempt to do this would meet with failure Mr Paynes name has also been connect ed with the New York Senatorship Chaunceyoter headedtwillgislatlon next winter Mr Burton has lastsnot be for the physical Improvement of rivers and canals but for their re lief from destructive competition with the railroads This principle has long been recognized by students and ec onomists but Mr Burton is the first couragess control of tho waterway legislation situation it is to be hoped that the relations between rail and river traf tic will soon be regulated by the Government GOOD BEREA FAIR Continued from First Page W Herndon Mrs J McWilliams 13 Best chocolate cake 300 Mrs Bert CoddIngton Miss Mollie Powers Ta15 Best Black cake Mrs John Mc Powersg16 Prettiest girl baby Mrs Luther Todd 500 Mrs Bead flitter 250 17 Prettiest boy baby Mrs Arthur Riddle 500 Mrs G C Fish 250 18 Best lady rider MIss Minnie Nicely 750 Miss Eva Lewis 250 19 Best gentleman rider Charles Dunn Joe Maupin 500 bridle 20 Best boy rider Cecil Dunn 300 Jack Duerson 200 yearsk22 Best girl rider under 12 and over 8 Mary Tudor 300 Stella Mc Whorter 200 yearssmare or gedllng any age Robert Walker 15 Robert Walker 500 Mule Race 1500 Roy Dunn Har rison Burdetto 300 Trot 3 best In 5 heats X100 Joe Johnson first Mildred G Bud White second Jack Jasper Bean Bros third Alace C SECOND DAY 25 Best suckling horse colt N W Rogers 1000 John McWllllams 5 26 Best suckling mare colt A K Doty 1000 John Rowlett 500 27 Best suckling horse mule colt Ora Hackett 1000 Winston Been 500 28 Best suckling mare mule colt A H Kldd 1000 Herndon Bros 500 29 Best stallion mare or gelding one year and under 2 Harry Mor gan 1000 G W Warner 500 30 Best saddle stallion 2 years and under 3 0 W Long 1000 C W Lnog 500 31 Best stallion 3 years and under 4 J B Richardson 1000 Edgar Doty 500 32 Best saddle stallion 4 years and over J O Brooks 1000 Rue Duerson 500 33 Best harness mare or gelding 2 years and under 3 R Walker 1000 Chas Dunn 500 34 Best harness mare or gelding 3 and under 4 R Walker 1000 Edgar Dotr 500 35 Best harness mare or gelding 4 years and over R Walker 10 Edgar Doty 500 36 Best roadster stallion mare or gelding 3 years and under 4 Chas Dunn 1000 n Walker 500 37 Best walking stallion mare or gelding any age Todd Mooro 1500 Dick Dunn 500 38 Best buggy mare or gelding any ago driven to buggy by a lady driver Mrs n B Terrlll 1000 Mrs L C Adams 500 39 Fanciest turnout Horace Beat ty 1000 O Finnell 500 40 Best combined stallion mare or gelding S years and under 4 R Walker 1000 Chas Dunn 500 41 Best colt either sex by Jarvis Jr Dlllard Anderson 1500 Todd Moore 1000 220 Pace or Trot 3 best in 5 heats Bean Bros first Ella Miller Joe Azblll second Joo Azbillj Joe John son third Clarence C 230 Trot 3 best In 5 heats Joe Johnson first Mildred G B White second Jack Jasper Bean Bros third Alace C Henry TTaynor Drawn THIRD DAY 42 Best saddle mare or gelding Chas Dunn 1500 43 Best saddle mare or gelding 3 i IIChas44 Best stddle mare or gelding 4 years and over N W Rogers 1000 Edgar Doty 500 45 Best harness stallion 2 years and under 3 Rue Duerson 1000 C W Long 500 46 Best harness stallion 3 years and under 4 Edgar Doty 1500 J B Richardson 500 47 Best harness stallion 4 years and over Edgar Doty 1500 Rue Duerson 500 48 Sweep stake in harness best harness stallion mare or gelding any age Edgar Doty 2000 R Walker 500 49 Sweep stake saddle ring best saddle stallion mare or gelding any age R Walker 2000 Chas Dunn 500Imare or gelding any age R Walker 2000 Chas Dunn 500 51 Roadster ring best roadster stal lion mare or gelding any age R Walker 2000 Ora Hackett 500 52 Sweep stake colt ring best suck ling colt either sex A K Doty2000 N W Rogers 500 Free for all pace or trot 20000 Jolt Johnson first Big Joe D S Wilcox second Barney Rogers Joe Johnson third Clarence C Union Lock Poultry FenceSpa r tore mad The mott Mrrle fcl here oo th- enrat I for poultry ford 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demolished as It was declared to be unsafe As the rubbish was being removed a document was found in a hollow stone stating that during the thirty years war the town funds were bricked up in a certain part of the Rathaus The place could be seen when at a certain hour on a certain day the shadow of the Rathaus spire tell upon it The town council has resolved to find the shadow by build ing a scaffold of the same height and form Much excitement prevails and many bets are being taken Some people suppose that the document was Inserted by a workman and they be lieve that after the war the treasure was recovered Tho success of a wireless transmission experiment at Omaha where 4000 lamps at the electrical show were lighted for four hours by a current sent to them without wires is something to causo uneasiness among the holders of shares in electric light- Ing companies and carry a feeling of satisfaction to municipalities which have refused to be tempted into streo lighting ventures A queer complaint made by a cltl ten of Los Angeles emphasizes the march of progress In this age The complaint is to the effect that owing Co the popularity of aviation In the city appropriately named of the An eels the sand from balloons is thrown 1 down over the lawns and freshly painted flats Instead of in tho garbage cans provided for city refuse Says the New York law under which the chauffeur was convicted after kill Ing the boy The killing of a human being by an act imminently dangerous to others and evincing a depraved mind regardless of human life al though without a premeditated design is punishable by a verdict of murder in the first degree That seems to fit the case very nicely Boston women are discussing the question of whether beauty and brains go together Ancient history lends its aid to modern gallantry to make the answer easy Of course they do The Greeks were noted no less for their art and philosophy than for their phy steal graces Beauty and brains are natural affinities as much as pork and beans There are torpedo boats and torpedo boat destroyers for warfare on the sea And now Japan is credited with hav ing devised an airship destroyer for use In the event of ilylng machines being utilized for fighting purposes Invention matched against Invention leaves the world very uncertain as to what will come next A man who shot the Niagara rapids five times and went over the Horseshoe falls In n barrel died lately oLe cold contracted from sitting in s draught To go through such almost certain perils unharmed merely to succumb to a trivial cause is but an other illustration of the grim irony of fate Putting poison about in places es pecially parks aside from the question of its legality is a very dangerous practice as small children aro quite as likely to get hold of it as the animals Poison is a thing which no circum stances will excuse in any but a very safe and secluded place Though tho present national admin istration is determined to secure finan clal economies it will not reduce the number of feathers in the tan of the American eagle on our justly celebrated gold coinage l r GREEK ANGERS TURK BY FIRM STAND IN DISPUTE ON CRETAN QUESTIONVOLUN- TEER FORCE READY ATHENS TO REPLY TO THE PORTE Protecting Powers Plan to Avert Con filet Attitude of Germany Pleas Ing to Other GovernmentsWar It Not Expected London Aug DTho acute stage reached in tho dispute between Turkey and Greece over Crete is causing nnx lety in the European capitals such at diplomaticdifficulty but as M Isvolsky the Russian foreign minister said in an Intoivlew at Cowes last Tuesday that If there are any awkward developments in the sit nation Europe will see that no mischievous effects result therefrom There is no Idea that hostilities will result and there Is every belief that a satisfactory icitlement will be arrived nt From the latest reports It appears that Turkey has not presented anything in then form of an ultimatum to Greece but has confined herself to verbal protests while tho four protecting powers are making energetic representations both to Constantinople and Athens to securo an amicable arrangement of tho dispute The four powers insist that under no circumstances shall the Greek nag be hoisted over any of the public buildings In Crete and the foreign consuls at Ganea have been instructed to irppress this fact upon the Cretan authoritiesGreat Is felt in Franco that Germany is supporting the representations of the protective powers upon Turkey for the necessity of a peaceful solution of the TurkoGreeco dispute Tho status quo existing at the time oJ the evacuation of Crete by the in ternational troops alone was promised to Turkey and it is considered by the powers that energetic action is neces sary in order to prevent Turkey from advancing fresh pretensions Constantinople Aug 9Tho steps tho porte has taken at Athens concern- Ing Creto have been confined exclu sively to verbal representations No written noto has been presenting and nothing in the form of an ultimatum The representations having been couched in the friendliest language consistent with firmness Greece had already Informed the Porte that the Greek officers In Crete had been struck off the Greek army list since 1806 and that the whole question was in the hands of the four protesting powers The ambassadors of the four protecting powers Great Britain Russia France and Italyheld a conference today at Therapia the summer colony of the ambassadors on the west coast of tho Bosphorus and will reassemble Monday morning to agree upon a common action which will bo taken without delay Athens Greece Aug 9It is stated that the Greek reply to Turkey will be delivered Tuesday Tho representa tives of tho powers are holding frequent conferences with the premier and foreign minister An Austrian squadron and an Italian warship have arrived at Volo BITTEN BY MAD DOG Man Barked and Suffered Terrible Paroxysms Causing Panic on a Train Danville III Aug 9A man giving his name as George Pearce of Chicago became desperate on a fast Cincinnati Southern train which arrived here at noon Sunday and It took four men to remove him from the train Ho began by smashing windows of the coach throwing suit cases promis cuously and barking llko a dog His arms are horribly cut by glass and it took the assistance of two physicians to prevent his bleeding to death After being placed in the city work house Pierce secured a rope and was In the act of hanging himself when stopped by a guard He said he was en route to Sunbright Tenn to visit a brother He said he was bitten by a mad dog a few years ago He is still unconscious and barks and groaps like a dog Fell Four Stories Into GoCart New York Aug DLIttle Dora blur tha of 149 Nassau avenue Brooklyn entertained friends and relatives who were gathering at her home to assist In celebrating Jeer second birthday by falling out of a fourthstory window and landing safely in an unoccupied baby carriage that was standing on the sidewalk without receiving a scratch or bruise Sore1dlng Rails Ditch Train Pueblo Col Aug 9The chair car and smoker of Missouri Pacific trai- nNo2 which leaves at 1201 for St Louts went into the ditch at Avondnlo 12 miles west of hure Five persons were injured The cause of the wreck was spreading rails Fire Destroys porcelain Plant Trenton N J Aug 9Flre prac tically destroyed plant of Imperial Por celain Works worth 90000 well In shred Three hundred hands will be thrown out of work Three firemen were burled under a falling wall I ABANDONED KILLING FOLLOWS BANK THEFT ROBBER AND ONE PURSUER DIE IN BATTLE Several Others Wounded Bandit Holds Up White Bear Minn Cashier and Steals 565 Whlto Bear UnnIn n pitched battle with rifles and revolvers fol lowing the robbery of the First State bank of White Bear Robert Pohl said to be an excohvlct and Edward Larken chef at tho Five Forks n Bald Eagle lake cottage were killed and four others wero wounded The dead Robert Pohl the robber Edward Larken Tne wounded Thomas Sketh grazed by spent bulletWilliam Butler shot through abdomen at hospital In critical condition Richard Doran shot through arm John Christie shot through fleshy part of thigh Pohl who had been working at White Bear for a week and who Is believed to have been a professional cracksman took a check for seven dollars to the bank at 830 a m and while the cashier Alfred Auger was examining It he produced an automatic rifle and told him to hand over all the cash in the bank Auger com pliedAs the robber dashed out of the bank with 565 in cash Auger raised the alarm and citizens pursued the man td tho Interstate lumber yards where he hid Larken entered the yards and was shot through the heart The robber then ran to a pile of lumber a short distance beyond tho lard and hid un der It A desperate battle with tho posse during which at least 500 shots were exchanged followed John Brachvogel one of the posse who was armed with a repeating rifle finally shot tho robber in tho arm The man dropped his weapon but picked It up again and as ho turnqd to fire Brachvogel shot him dead FIf- teen bullet wounds were found In tho nuns body MOB WITNESSES BEHEADING Great Excitement In French Capital As Murderers Head Is Cut Off In Public ParlsA sudden official announcement that a public beheading would take place at 430 oclock Thursday morning In the boulevard fronting the Sante prison created a sensation In Paris which had not seen an execu lion in 15 years- Immediately Immense crowds gath ered at the scene but were kept back from the guillotine by heavy details of police and municipal guards The victim was one Duchemin aged 23 a butcher In 1908 he stabbed his mother and this not re suIting in her death quick enough ho nnlshed her by strangulation The motive for the crime was robbery YearI crop in excess of that a year ago and CO per cent larger in Canada is the esti mate made by Secretary Rothwell be fore the International Apple Shippers association The association elected W L Wagner Chicago president Navy to Give Up Negro Boxer Washington David Williams the negro mess attendant on the battle ship Vermont will be surrendered by tho navy to the Massachusetts state authorities They charge him with manslaughter as tho result of the reath of Mess Attendant Foster fol lowing a boxing bout on board the Vermont C Appointed CommanderlnChlef PartsGen Charles Louis Tremeau line been appointed commanderla chief cf the French army nnnSWEDENS CRISIS IS PASSING Many of Strikers Resume Work Dis sension Apparent In Ranks of the Idle Stockholm The tense situation arising from the general strike proclaimed a few days ago seems to be relaxing Tho gravediggers havo returned to work and dissension Is dpparent in tho ranks of the other strikers Tho employers of the largo est plants in Stockholm announce that their men will return to work Mon dayIt Is reported that the Central Fed oration of tho Trades unions has requested the government to mediate deInledIntervention by the government would be without result as tho differences between the men and the employers were too great to be settled In such a manner Tho National Labor union newsPI1Ipers ing farmers from bringing provisions Into the city troops have been de tailed to patrol the country roads Tho military authorities continue to dispense milk from the railroad sta tions for the use of children The authorities have forbidden the sale of methylated spirits as It has been found that the workmen unable to obtain their usual drink are rev sorting to drinking this liquor KENOSHA JURIST IS FOUND Judge Clarkson Discovered Working In a Dutton Factory at Sabula la Kenosha Wis Judgo Joseph R Clarkson who disappeared from his home here on July 14 was found working In a pearl button factory at Sabula la by John Burns one of his close frlonds who has been searching for him since ho left Kcnosha Judge Clarkson In company with Burns is expected to active hero Saturday- It was only a few miles from Sabula that Judge Clarkson was found 28 years ago when ho disappeared from Omaha under circumstances similar to tho present case After returning home to Omaha more than a quarter of a century ago Judge Clarkson could remember nothing of tho weeks during which he was walking about tho country Ono of the strange features of the case is the Influence which caused him to retrace the steps which he took on his first disappearance The clew which led tho searchers to Sabula was received In Kenosha Thursday and Burns at once sot out to find his friend Clarkson was judge of tho superior court hero for several years International Typographical Union St Joseph MoTho annual conven tion of the International Typograph ical union opened hero Monday with a full attendance of delegates and many others President John M Lynch was In the chair The unions health campaign the label propa ganda the old age pension and the proposal to establish an insurance tea ture are the chief matters that are before the convention for action which closes on Saturday Turkey and Greece Near Clash Constantinople Tho Porto has sent a note to Greece demanding a formal declaration by that country of non interference In Cretan affairs In the event of a refusal to accede to the demand Turkey will break off diplomatic relations with Greece and the two countries may fight Reid to Hold Post a Year LondonWhitelaw Reid will re main the American ambassador here for a year at least according to his fellow members of the diplomatic corps I 1 V TARIFF BILL PASSED NOT PERFECT BUT A STEP FOR WARD IS TAFTS COM MENT CONGRESS CLOSES SESSION President and Members Leave Capital for Their Summer Homes G6re and Johnson Give Opinions of New Laws Effec- t1VasldngtonWbether for weal or woo the United Suites now is under n now tariff law tho extraordinary session of congress adjourning Thurs day evening after fighting slnco March 15 over the bill The president left Friday afternoon for the summer White House at Beverly Mass and all but a tow of the members of congress have gone to their homes The members of the conference committee and cabinet were dinner guests of the president Thursday night The conference report on the bill was agreed to by the sonata by n vote of 47 to 31 and the concurrent resolu lion making certain changes In the leather schedule was adopted by both houses Following Is tho vote In detail Yeas Aldrlch norah llourno Brad Icy Urandogce Drown Ilulkelcy uurkett Burnham Burrows Durton Carter Clark Wyoming Crane Crawford Cullom Curtis Dopow Dick Dixon Dupont Elklns Flint Frye Gamble Guggenheim Halo Hcyburn Johnson Jones Kean Lodge Lorimer McCumber Oliver Page Ponroso Perkins Plsles Root Scott Smith Mich Igan Smoot Stephenson Sutherland Warner Wctmore 17 Nays Ilacon Bailey Itankbcad Ilovorldge Drlstow Chamberlain Clapp Clay Culberson Cummins Dan lei Dolliver Fletcher Foster Frazier Gore Hushes La Follette McLaurln Martin Nelson Newlands Overman Payntor Raynor Shlvcly Simmons Smith Maryland Smith South Car anon Stone Tallafcrro 31 Senator McKncry of Louisiana Dem who was absent was paired on tho bill He was the only Democrat favoring tho measure The bill received all the Republican votes except those of Brlstow Clapp Cummins Dolliver Ln Follette Ilex erldge and Nelson TIle following are tho new appointments made by Speaker Cannon for houso committee chairmanships Vreeland of New York banking and currency Rodcnberg of Illinois In dustrlal arts and expositions Mann of Illinois Interstate and foreign com moroo Weeks of Massachusetts post offices and pos trends Aloxnndor of New York rivers and harbors Parker of New Jersey judiciary Prlnco of Illinois claims President Taft arrived at the capi tot at 445 p in and 20 minutes later signed tho bill which became a law Friday Bending over the president as ho affixed his signature ware Secretary Knox Secretary MacVcagh Attorney General Wickersham Postmaster lion eral Hitchcock Secretary Nagel and Secretary Wilson Standing about tho table wero Senator Aldrich Represen tative Payne and many other members of tho senate and house Mr Payne got the pen Taft also signed the Philippine tariff measure and other bills After signing the tariff bill Presi dent Taft gave out a statement em bodying his views of tho now act which ho designates officially as the Payne bill In accordance with past custom of giving first recognition to tho framer of the measure in the house of reDrcsentntlvcH The president declares that while tho bill In not perfect by any means nor a complete compliance will promises made strictly Interpreted It is nevertheless a sincere effort on the part of the party to mako a down ward revision and to comply with the promises of the platform The statement In part follows I have signed the Payne tariff bo cause I believe it to be the result of sincere effort on the part of the Re publican party to mako a downward revision and to comply with the promises of then platform as they have been generally understood and as I Interpreted them In tho campaign be fore election This Is not a perfect tariff bill or a complete compliancy with the prom ises made strictly interpreted but a fulfillment free from criticism In respect to a subject matter Involving many schedules and thousands of artl cles could not bo expected The corporation tax U a just and equitable excise measure which It Is hoped will produce a sufficient amount to prevent a deficit and which Incl dentally will securo valuable statis tics and Information concerning tho many corporations of the country and will constitute an important stop toward that degree of publicity and regulation which the tendency in cor porate enterprises in the last 20 years has shown to b necessary Another Indiana Banker Short Now Albany Ind Frank Nicola assistant cashier of tho City National bank line disappeared leaving n shortage of at least 5000 Before his departure last Monday Nicola bought a revolver and his friends fear he has committed suicide Kltchener Is Inspector General 1 LondonLord Kitchener command er of the British forces In India has been appointed to succeed tho duke of Connaught as inspector general of the Mediterranean forces t j Continuation of Pauls ThirdJourney Sanity Sclool Lessen for AonU 22 1909 Specially Arranged for ThIs PIItrI LESSON TEXTACU 931 Mem ory verse e- OotDEN TEXT lie Bald unto met My grace U ufflclcnt for thru for my strength Is made perfect In weakness 2 Cor 12- 9TIM11A D 88 or 57 near the close of Pauls work at Kpheiui PLACETlio city of Ephctui Suggestion and Practical Thought Some Things with Which tho Gee pel Interferes Tho Ilcsults Business Interests versus the Cos pelVs 2128 Pauls Plans for the Puturo For at least two years and three months Paul had been working In Ephcsus and was about ready to go on extending Christianity oven to Rome see Rom 1 13 15 23 and on to Spain Item 15 20 after visiting and strengthen citing tho churches In Macedonia and Greece and bearing tho gifts of Phi llppl Thcssnlonlca Heron Corinth and other Gentile churches Rom 1C 26 to tho poor In Jerusalem- In Corinth ho expected to receive contributions for the poor In Jerusa lem 1 Cor 1C 14 lie sent two of his helpers Timothy nnd Krnstus 2 Tim 4 20 through Macedonia to Corinth 1 Cor 4 1719 to prepare that church for his ap preaching visit Paul succeeded In all these plans but some of them woro accomplished In a very different man nerPaul stayed In Asia for a season V 22 Apparently for several weeks or months From tbo fact that Asia Is mentioned rather than Kphesus 1U capital It has been Inferred that he did not remain In the city nil the time but labored In the outlying dis tricts A Contrast In our last lesson we saw how Christiana voluntarily gave up a bad business at great cost to themselves for Christs sake Now wo find some men who tried to destroy the Gospel becauso It was Injur lag their bad business There arose no small stir commotion like tho sea In a storm A cot thin man named Demetrius Probably the head of the whole guild ofIshrine makers Diana The Epheslan Diana was K distinct goddess from the Greek Di ana the atlnlzcd form of Artemis who was a virgin a huntress a per sonification of the moon as Apollo was of tho sun She was worshiped with tho vilest debaucheries as many of tho heathen Idols were Incorpor sting tho lusts of the flesh In the very ritual of worship Our craft is In danger because this Paul hath persuaded and turned away much people saying that they bo no gods which are made with hands and this throughout all Asia tho Roman province of that name of which Uphesus was the cApl tal All the blessings of tho Gospel the uplift tho renovated character the happiness and prosperity and eternal salvation of tho great mass of the people weighed nothing against the money gains of a few men In a bad business This was In direct contrast with the character of tho Christians who made great sacrifices In burning their own not other peoples bad books which were Injuring the people Tho Mob In tho Coliseum Vs 29 41 Tho whole city was filled wltbIconfusion Tho mob of Kphosus made for the house of Aquila with whom Paul was lodging They missed their prey but as Paul tolls us that Aquila and Priscilla had for his life laid down their own necks Rom 1C 0 It Is likely that those faithful friends In shielding the apostle brought themselves into the most Im mlncnt peril The mob though baffled of their principal aim seized on Galus and Arlstarchus two of Pauls associates and dragged them away as criminals Rushed with one accord into the theater the Coloseum capable of holding GGOOO people Alexander the Jew The Jews wore nalways especially exposed to perse cution and as tho mob would be likely to make no distinction between Jews and Christians particularly ns Paul was n Jew they put forward a prominent Jew named Alexander to defend them The Mob Quelled Tho townclerk at length Interfered and argued with the excited people 1 Tho worship of Diana was so settled In Ephesus that no company of Jews could overthrow It You havo no real cause for violence Tho 1mIago of Diana which fell down from Jupiter their chief god as meteoric stones fall from the sky Thus was peace and quiet restored Thu signs of these times meant that it was best for Paul to leave Im mediately for another field of labor while Ephesus was settling down Into quiet peace and the church continued to grow In character and numbers Therefore Paul bade tile beloved church goodby and departed for to go into Macedonia Acts 20 1 2 Paul had not committed the wrong with which he was charged Ills converts had been very careful not to blaspheme tho goddess His methcd of overcoming idolatry Is quite noticeable The contrast between them and the teachings and character of the Idol gods was the argument 3 There was a better way of redress If there were need through tho law courts 1r 4 There was danger that the RoIman government might interfere and leprlvo a turbulent city of Its greatly prized llbcrtij j iHOSTS OF GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC IN GREAT PARADE Spectacular Review Is Climax of the Fortythird National Encampment in Salt Lake City Veterans Are Warmly Received and Well Cared For in Utahs Capital Salt Lake City Aug 11Today was tho climax of tho fortythird na tional encampment of tho Grand Army of the Republic the day on which the men who nearly talf a century ago fought to prellcrve the union onco again fell into line answered the rollcall and marched bravely though often with faltering steps to the muslo of the fife and drum Never in all the yours of its exist once has the Grand Army had a na tlonal encampment review that sur I The Mormon Temple passed the ono of today In spectacular and pathetic features The pa rade formed at tho beautiful Eagle gate on South Temple street First In line were the regulars of tho Fit toonth United States Infantry and tho entire National Guard of Utah acting as escorts Next came the forty four departments of tho Grand Army of the Republic tho Naval Veterans the ExUnion Prisoners of War and in carriages the surviving members of that devoted band of women the Army NursesScattered through tho line were nu merous military bands and fife and drum corps Greeted with Cheers and Tears At the word of command the parade marched west to Main street and turned south down that thoroughfare proceeding seven blocks between solid walls of cheering men women and children As the grizzled passed the enthusiasm was veteranI dour and many a spectator ashamed as he realized that was undoubtedly tho last grand review for scores of tho feeble heroes who trudged along with eyes on the flag for which they had given some of the beat years of their lives When Seventh South street was reached the paradors themselves broke out in mighty cheering for there they turned in front of the most beautiful feature of the day the Liv Ins Flag On on immense stand were 3600 children dressed In the national colors and so arranged that they made a perfect representation of a waving American flag The little ones had been drilled for weeks and while the old sol diet passed they sang patriotic airs At the Reviewing Stand Countermarching tho parade now moved north on Main street back to Cltr South Temple street Here just to the left of tho Brigham Young pioneer monument and close to Temple square the reviewing stand had been erected It was occupied by Commanderln yChief Henry bL Nevlus Gov William I of Utah tho chief executives ofI RI other states and a larrfb number of other officials and distinguished e f guests The parading bodies all passed In review saluting those In the stand and at once disbanded All the bands as they arrived hero were massed close to the stand and ns the culmination of the parade 4000 school children marched by the united bands playing and tho children singing On ward Christian Soldiers The great review was excellently managed in every way All along tho lino of march were scattered ambu lances trained nurses and numerous Great many other attendants to care for any of the veterans who might be overcome by fatigue and for spectators who suf fared In the crush on tho sidewalks Fortunately their services were sel dom needed Fireworks oh a Mountain After a good rest the citys guests all turned out again this evening and witnessed the magnificent display of fireworks on the top of Ensign peakI This peak lies Immediately nor the city and Is the highest point of the Wasatch mountains rising 1200 feet higher than Temple square Tho pyrotechnic display Is a mighty feature of tho encampment week Salt Lako City jute thrown open her to the old soldiers and never bus the Grand Army been more enthusiastically received or gener ously entertained than at this en I and County Building I l carapment Many thousands of the veterans and their families and IDem bers of all the organizations allied to tho Grand Army have participated In the exercises and entertainments and are unanimous In their praise of the Veterans Well Cared For Tho old soldiers have been very carefully after by tho local committees on public comfort and pri vate acommodations and at the 24 information bureaus at tho various railway stations and convenient places about the city During the entire time of the encampment these committees have had the services of 300 high school cadets whose duties have been to render every possible assistance to the visitors The decoration of the city has been on a lavish scale Every prominent CommanderlnChlef Nevlus building has been elaborately draped with bunting handsome span the streets and there Is scarcely a residence in the city that does not dls play at least a flag Henry bL Nevlus tho commanderln chief arrived here Saturday with his staff and Inspected the arrangements On Sunday the citys gututi began ar riving by the thousand and on Mon day they come In so fast that the com mittee had to work like sailors to get them all housed In such a manner as to avoid congestion in any part of the city Big Greetings Meeting Monday evening came the first pub tic event on the program a great camp firo In the assembly hall In tho Temple grounds All that night and throughout Tuesday the stream of ar rivals continued but by Tuesday evening practically all the visitors had been received and distributed That night the greatest function of the en cnmpment took place This was the Greetings meeting In the Mormon Tabernacle The Immense building easily seats 10000 persons and it was filled to Its capacity Col Frank M Starrett the execu tive director of the encampment called tho vast assemblago to order and Introduced William H King of Salt Lake City who acted as tom porary chairman Ho made a brief address and was followed by Gov William Spry of Utah Mayor John S I Bradford of Salt Lake City and L H nT qn n The Eagle Gate Salt Lake City arms more looted arches Smytho commander of the department of Utah all of whom told In elo quent words how proud they were to welcome to tho state and city the Grand Army and their friends Mr King then introduced Command orinChlef Novius who was received with wild cheering and the waving of bats and handkerchiefs As soon as the tumult had subsided Commander Nevlus delivered a graceful re sponso to the welcoming speeches and took tho chair The Allied Organizations Then came the turn of the allied or ganizations and greetings to the veterans were uttered by President Gene vlevo Hagar Longfield Lane of the La dies of the a A II President Mary E Oilman of the Womans Relief Corps President Clara E Hoover of the Daughters of Veterans Coinninnderln Chief Edgar Allen of the Sons of Vet erans and President Rebecca Smith of the Army Nurses Thq speechmak Ing was varied by the playing of pa trlotlc airs by a band The exercises were brought to a close by the presentation of n hand some testimonial to Charles O Bur ton past Commanderinchief of the Grand Army Head Op Only Any remark which might possibly be construed into unfavorable criti clam of his old master or any of his belongings Is Instantly resented by Pomp an old southern negro A young granddaughter from up norf was looking over the family portraits and commenting freely while Pomp stood a sable image at her side I dont think much of that horses tall said the girl nodding her head toward a portrait ot her spirited an cestor seated OB tho horse which car rled him through the civil war It looks rather rrothcatcn to me Doy wasnt nobody from de norf eber saw dot hoes tall in wall times answered Pomp his voice charged with indignation Youths Compan ion NEWS OF THE STATE Summary of Matters of Special Interest to Our Readers CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE Circuit Judge Reed of Paducah En joins County School Board from Carrying on the Consolidated School Paducah KyIf the decision of Cir cuit Judge Reed is sustained by the court of appeals there will be no con solidated schools In Kentucky lie held that the transportation of pupils was an Illegal expenditure of public money and enjoined the county school board from carrying on the consoli dated school McCracken was the first county in tho state to experiment with consolidated schools DEPOT TO BE BUILT In Louisville to Supplant seventh Street Structure Destroyed by Fire Louisville KyFinal plans for the construction of a Seventh street depot to supplant the structure destroyed by fire several months ago and terms or contract between five railroads to Jointly use the building were agreed upon at a conference of officials repre senting all lines Work upon the new depot will begin at once and will be completed within 90 days The depot will be one of the handsomest and best appointed in all the south By reason of arrangements definitely agreed upon by the five roads the question of Lou Isvilles great union station long the greatest project of all promoters or the citys welfare has been finally and effectively removed from the range of possibility ATTACKED DY NEGRO la Bowling Green Woman Who Was Slashed In Face and Neck Bowling Green KyWhile Mrs Charles Swelnberger was preparing dinner a burly negro grasped her around the waist When the screamed the negro slashed her In the face and neck and escaped Her description gave officers a clew and soon Jim Stewart was arrested and Identified A crowd of several hundred persons soon surrounded the jail County Judge Drake acquainted Gov Willson with the situation and the latter directed tho local company to guard tho prisoner and escort him to the train to be conveyed to Louisville 4yeafldIChoice recently purchased by J H Campbell of Columbus 0 from Gay Brothers for 6000 was Injured at the farm of Gay Brothers at PIsgah While cavorting in his stall the horse knocked down a pitchfork and one of the tines entered one of his legs The horse Is Improving and Horace Gay Is ot the opinion that ho will be able to nil his engagement at the Blue Grass fair Kentucky Choice will go to the State fair at Louisville and will also be seen at tho International show at Chicago Louisville Ky Philip Ewald prom Inent Iron worker who died here sev eral days ago loft an estate of more than 500000 the bulk of it being left In trust to his three children To each of his nine brothers and sisters 15000 is loft and several bequests of smaller amounts to certain charitable enterprises Danville Ky Westbound L N passenger train No 23 which runs from Norton Va to Louisville was derailed at Livingston Ky killing Baggagemoster Anderson The en gine baggage car and smoker were thrown oft the rails and tho passen gers severely shaken up but not in jured Lexington KyTo prevent an epidemic of typhoid fever several public wells at Shelbyvillc have been closed by direction of the authorities This action followed tho report of Prof H GArman state entomologist after ha bad examined water sent to him from one of the wells Danville Ky Virgil Starns the 16 earold boy who shot his father As sessor J W Starns to death In Pu laski county was brought to Danvlllo from Somerset for safekeeping The feeling against the youth Is said to be very high- Louisville KyMayor Grinstead has signed the building ordinance mak- Ing valid the socalled tube corridor of the Gaiety theater owned by Ru- dOlph Hynlcko ot Cincinnati The theater will open September 1 Cynthlana IyThe Harrison county board of the Burley Tobacco Society Rave out n statement saying that the progress of predglng the 1900 crop of tobacco in this county Is progressing boyond tho expectation of the most hopeful Louisville Ky Major Morris Gif ford an attorney received notice train Adjt Gen Johnston of his appointment- as lieutenant colonel of the First ton tucky regiment He was n captain in the SpanishAmerican war and later ms a major la the First regiment CAPITAL NOTES Object to Rates Complaint was tiled before the state railroad commission by the state board of agriculture In charge of the Ken tucky state fair that excessive cxtor Uontao and unlawful rates are being charged by the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Co for the switching ot cars loaded with exhibits for the fair from the various railroads with which the IC and I Bridge Co has physical con nection at Louisville to the state fairgrounds Will Eradicate Scale Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin received a letter from II Garman state entomologist In which he reports the occurrence of the San Joe Scale on the nursery stock belonging to Albert R Sherron of Paducah McCrackci county Ky Commissioner Rankin will take steps at once to eradicate the scale Treasury Statement Auditor James completed the calcu lation of the condition of the states finances at the end of business on July 31 Ills report shows that there Is a balance of 27316327 In the treasury The amount of outstanding warrants more than wipes out this balance Rate Reduced At a meeting of the state railroad commission the complaint of the Ash land Leather Co of freight rates from Ashland to Frankfort was heard and the rate was ordered reduced from J4 cents to 26 cents Tho rate to Louis ville from Ashland Is but 18 cents l Kentucky PickUps Louisville Ky With the Identity of his assailant and the motive locked within his breast Ike D Smith former gambler and saloonkeeper died here with 25 knife wounds In his body Louisville KyUnder bond of 5100 Adjt Gen Johnston was held to an swer to tho grand jury on a charge of assault and battery upon Denny n Goode editor of the Louisville Focus Louisville KyPostal authorities of this city received a communication from Sayler 8 Sayler Cincinnati at torneys Inquiring of local relatives of William Patrick OHara who died in Cincinnati leaving an estate ot 8000 Jit Sterling Ky Articles Incorpo rating the Old Kentucky Fire Insurance Co were filed hero for organization The Incorporators are all local capitalists and business men and It Is proposed to have a captal of 200000 and a surplus of 100000 PlnevlIIe KyThe L N railroad will soon begin the construction of a branch line from this place up Straight creek six miles distant to tho property of the Edgemont Coal Co About 5000 acres of the celebrated Stralgnt Creek coal land will be reached Louisville KySenator Foraker of Ohio has accepted an invitation to come to this city and deliver an ad dress at the Kentucky state fair grounds during a fair to be held by the colored people of the state the week following tho close of the annual stato fair- Louisville KyThree firemen wore Injured three horses burned to death and Manager Trudeau narrowly es caped death when for the second time within the year the feed elevator of I C P Dodd Co was totally destroyed by fire Loss 20000 covered by In surance Origin unknown Lexington Ky Attorney Charles H Stoll failed at the hearing of the wa ter contract injunction case in circuit court in his efforts to make good his avowal that Mayor John Skaln Is a stockholder In the Lexington Water works Co and that stock belonging to him is held by dummies Louisville KyTo prevent the Installation maintaining and operating of party lines the city of Louisville filed suit for injunction against the Home Telephone Co Under Its fran chlse it is not allowed to install or operate party lines and tho suit charges that this is being done Beattyvllle KyIn the Lee county republican primary William Robinson was nominated for county judge coun ty attorney H S McGuire circuit clerk G W Cann county court clerk C B Lovelace sheriff Walker Jamo son jailer Samuel L Cecil assessor W H Seals coroner David Mays Winchester KyThe auction sales by the Burley Tobacco Society Closed here A total of 4392 hogsheads have been sold at an average price of about 14Y cents Tho total received will be at least 1DO000 less than the price at which the Independents contracted to take it and they will be sued for tho difference Louisville KyTPreparatlonn are going ahead here for the fifth annual convention of the Associated Adver tising Clubs of America which will be hold August 25 26 and 27 Nearly 10 000 engraved Invitations have been sent out Lexington KyTho deplorable con dition of tho roadbed and trackage of the Lexington City Rallv y Co In sev eral of the principal thoroughfares of this city caused the finding of a number of Indictments by the grand Jurj I jgalnst the company WHISKY DRINKING A DISEASE Leprosy Is Better Known to Science and Treatment Understood Than Is Inebriety Widespread use of alcoholic bever ages and the frequent cases of alcoholism together with the fact that tho condition is largely looked upon from a moral standpoint and not viewed as It should be as a diseased condition has obscured the study of pathology and psychology of this form of pots oning Dr G D Locklo of Pontiac Ill thus presented an analysis of the sub ject of Alcoholism before tile meet Ing of the Illinois Homeopathic Med- Ical association and told striking stories by way of Illustration Delirium tremens pnd delusions alcohollca seen on the streets and in tho police stations are literally less known In their etiology and pathology than leprosy and Asiatic cholera ho said If the symptoms ot ordinary inebriety were present in a case of the simplest disease they would be viewed by the attending physician with alarm as the forerunners of moro profound and serious symptoms The following Is an example- A boy of 14 years of ago of good health and happy disposition In fact a regular buster while working In a wheat field was bitten by a rattlesnake Ho was given large amounts of whisky to antidote the poison and the family not knowing how to glvo the remedy kept the boy in a state of intoxication for three days After his recovery the family and friends noticed that his disposition was greatly changed and that ho had become morose depressed sullen and melancholic a condition which is permanent Here is the caso of an investigator who on the advice of his physician began the use of wine at meal times Ho was exhausted could not sleep and suffered obscure symptoms called nerve fatigue He continued the use of wine feel ing much better and went on with his work for several months when ho was called away on a special mission and another man took up his work The substitute found that nearly all his work was faulty over the perlo of time In which he was using stlmulent dIUpon returning to his duties was asked to review that part of hisIwork which was largely mathematical and be found it practically worthless not only In errors of observation and conclusion but in the deductions from the facts which he could not dis cover at the time Alcohol has a cumulative action when used in moderation or excess over a long period A young man who had been under treatment for alcohol ism and had made splendid Improvement appetite good sleep natural and all functions apparently normal He had been without liquor in any form for 12 days While attending a fivecent theater and watching tho moving pictures he was taken with delirium tremens of violent form This would indicate that there was an underlying condl tion which was not evident from the symptoms shown ALCOHOL IN SOFT DRINKSr Abstinence from Liquor Would Be Ma terially Checked If NonAlchollc Substitute Found In an editorial on The Extraordin ary Nastiness of Temperance Drinks tho London Lancet says there can bo little doubt that the cause of abstin ence from alcohol wojild be materially served if good palatable nonalco hollc drinks were forthcoming Tho writer adds that those who are in terested in the sale of alcoholic drinks would possibly view with dismay the discovery of a really attractive tom perance beverage There is a better chance we ven tare to say the article continues by encouarglng the consumption ot light alcoholic liquids e g claret hock beeror if it Is wished to ban alcoholic altogether by offering a non alcoholic beverago which is wholesome and which will appeal success fully to the esthetic sense As it is few it any socalled temperance beverages can compare favorably from the point of view of palatability or oC acceptableness in general with malt or grapo liquors And it is curious that several of the temperance bev erages which enjoy favor with tee toatlers contain an appreciable amount of alcohol Some teetotalers in their Innocence while aghast at the idea of drinking a light hock or claret do not object to gingerwine which relatively speaking is highly alchollo Alcohol Debases The mean man shall be brought down and the mighty may shall be humbled Alcohol makes the mean man by making him weak as a child in his efforts to break its shackles Experts tell us that Insanity is de generacy Alcohol produces tempor ary Insanity which leaves a permanent degeneracy Alcohol not only brings to the surface all the bad that Is In a man it seems to generate ovil by making the truthful man a liar the chaste man Impure and tho lover of his family a wild beast who beats his wlto and children without cause bi t l otlro OoacMO 1n InD80 C 0 aeoeoOOoeO I East Kentucky Correspondence II I News You Get Nowhere seIHo erne ndence publiibed nnleii itfitd IB till by Ui writer The same It not for pabUeatioi but it M svldma of toot Uitb Write plainly o o o o o o o oeooaoaoQOOOQo 0 vvvvv Remember the Beginning of the Public Schools All our public schools will be be ginning about this time Let every boy and girl be awake and on hand the first day Let every paren make plane so that no child will be kept out ot school a slngla hour Children can LEARN more than they can EARNIJACKSON COUNTY NOTICE To too tax payers of Jackson count KentuckyYour taxes for the year 1909 are now due Please call at my office In McKee or on one of my deputies in their districts and settle all taxes After Nov 1 1909 wo will be compelled to collect as the law directs Tyra Lainhart Sheriff Jackson Co McKEE McKee Aug 9Mr James Click and the Rev Mr Honeycut of Kerby Knob were in town tho latter part of last week Mr Honoycut preached t of nights while Sere Widow ifarrh of Lexington Is visiting her sister Mrs W H Clark The McKee Academy opened Monday at 830 oclock- a m with Mrs TeKolste Miss Zwe mer and Miss Hoekje teachers Miss k Hoekje has kindergarten and ninth grade Miss Zwemer has from first to fourth grades Inclusive and Mrs TeKolste from fifth to eighth grades inclusive Mr J J Davis who was down so long with typhoid is now able to go aboutMr James Miller our stave man sold out and start ed for Pulaski County last Saturday Somo real estate transfers were made last week J K Sparks purchase tho lower part of I R Hays farm for 1200 and sold a part of it to Dr J D Hays for 40000 Mrs Fannie Comer visited her fathers folks at Greenhall last Sat urday The Teachera Association which was to be held at Canons chap el on the first Saturday in Sept is changed to the second Saturday in September on account of the meet Ing of the County Board ot Education fixed by law on the first Saturday in September State Superintendent Crabbe directs that chairman be elected in each division whether their term ot office expired or not lie says they are to serve one year only OREENII ALL Greenhall Aug 9Major Pierson who was shot by his brother Bob several days ago is about wellDela- na Gibson is doing a lot of sprouting t for J D Plerson M T Robinson is all smiles at the arrival of a fine babyJ D Pierson has gone to Laurel County to canvass for the Falrmount NurseryMrs Fannie Collies and Mrs Hampton Minter of McKee visited at Grcenhall the past weekC A MInter Is clerking for W N Hughes and sonThe firm of J N Smith is doing a hustling business and paying top prices for produce They have just put In a new and up todate line of dry goods and are glv ing some extraordinary bargains Nora Wilson sent out invitations for an apple cutting Thursday night but on account ot tho threatlng storm but few went Miss Daisy Spence of Berea is visiting relatives in Ows ley Walker Flanery bought a fine young mule from V S BrewerG G Madden has been cutting and cording stove wood for J D Pierson Mr Duncan traveling salesman for the Regal Clothing Co and driving from Berea stopped over with J D Pier son Friday night and sold J N Smith and Co a large bill of mens youths and childrens clothing Wm Smith and son of Endee have been in Lau rel County the past week assisting Bev Hubbard in his race for sheriff Mr Hubbard is soninlaw of the former and brotherinlaw of tho lat terowen Couch and wife wero visiting Mr Couchs parents the vat week Silas Flanery made a trip to Beattyvlllo Saturday Wheat thresh- Ing is about over in this part and the yield has been very good Corn is looking fine and the season con tinues wetCatherine Evans vas visiting her sister at Heidelberg the past weekMr Jim Farmer sonin law of Samuel Evans has returned from Iowa and joined his wife who has been here for several daysJ D Pierson and family Jos Evans and family and J N Smith and wife were visiting Samuel Pierson Sunday The school at Hickory Flat Is doing well and has a large attendance Mr Har din Long is tho teacherAndy Pier son is getting ready to build him a new dwelling J P Wilson Is haul- Ing railroad ties to Idamay Mrs C A Creech returned from Berea Sat urday and reports tho Fair good Tho Hughes mill is doing a hustling business under the management of theJr 1 4 JTlNEIt Attella Moor- is very sick Several from this vicinity attended the corner stone lay ing of the Buck Creek graded school In Owsley County Born to the wit of L V Morris ot near hero three Onetof the boy babies lived but a few hours Other two are getting along nicely but the mother Is not expected to llveMr Charlie Jones of Viva Is visiting his sister Mrs Attella Mooreowing to the scarcity of hands Allsa Ellen Vaughn eleven years old raked a largo crop of hay for her father with a two horse hayrake Mr and Mrs A J Hamilton were visiting at C P Moores Thursday night The school election passed gfi Quietly R D Reynolds being elected trustee without any opponent W M Dunlgan bid ort tho contract of painting Tyner school house giving the lowest bid of 2800 Messrs Roy and W M Moore have been visiting the latters brother In Owsley Coun ty the past weekThero will be service at Tyner school house Satur day evening Aug 14 conducted by tho Rev J N Culton Everybody in vltedTho Tyner first nine defeated tho McKee team of the Institute at McKee on Thursday W M Under Is gone to Viva Laurel County to work the rest of the year rAUItOT Parrot Aug SRaln Is needed very badly in this partFrank Burnam and DeWitt Gabbard who havo been at Mt Vernon for the past two weeks returned home Thursday The school election at Seven Pines district grew very warm at the close and resulted In a tie The candidates were H J Gabbard and W M McCollum School at this placo Is getting along nicely Every one ought to be more Interest ed in an education Miss Armina Set tles was visiting at the home of her sister Mrs Belle Tussey Saturday night Quito a number of the Letter Box folks attended church at Flat Top Saturday night and Sunday Uncle John Carpenter continues poor lyEllas Carpenter and Fred Lakes lattersI AugI ness trip to Annvllle Saturday Suc cess to Tho Citizen and its many readers It is the best paper In the mountains ANXVILLK Annvllle Aug DThe stone cutters are progressing with their work pre paring a foundation for the College building at this place Superintendent Webb and Pennington began exca vating MondayR H Johnson and Miss Clerrlnda Roark were quite Ily married at the Annvllle school house Sunday the Rev G W John son officiating Miss Ruby Isaacs of Berea has been visiting her aunt Miss Mattie Medlock at this place R A Johnson who has been ill with typhoid fever for the past six weeks is convalescent O M Rader is visiting in Jackson and Athol this week and looking after some real estate Miss Georgia Akermore and Mr Green Settle were married at the homo of tho bride Tuesday SIlss Mary Shepherd and Mr Robert Moore were married In McKee Mon dayour school at this place is pro greasing nicely Mr R E Rader is teacher and his ability as a teacher Is one of the best that has ever been at this place BREATHITT COUNTY ATHOL Athol 9Andrew Bowman of 1Il1djdletownsons of Elijah Gabbard who have I been down for some time with the fever are no better William and Dora Gabbard who have been down j with the fever for some time are recovering nicely W M Harris who fell on an ax about ten days ago and got cut very badly is some bet ter now Cromwell Cole and Mlttle III1burn r1Parsonslog at Longhole will begin Friday I Aug 13 and extend to Friday before the fourth Sundayon last Sunday there was a Sunday school convention and preaching services near Primrose In the grove Dinner was served on the ground All had a nice time During tho past week there has been a camp meeting held at the mouth of Cow Creek with several additions to the churchW M Strong who was operated on for appendicitis somo time ago is recovering very slowly ROCKCASTLE COUNTY WJLil1E Wlldlo Aug 73I1ss Mollle Rey nolds who has been visiting at the homo of Mr T G Reynolds return ed to her home at Paris Aug 4 Miss Stella Adams visited friends hero Saturday July 31Qulto a num ber ot children aro staying out ot school on account ot whooping cough Mr John Hughes of Plttsburg call ed on friends hero Sunday Miss Hat tie Poynter visited homo folks at Boono Saturday and Sunday Quito a number of people from this placo at SunMreand Mrs Crawford from Brodhead are visiting at the home ot J BrannatnanI- IAUIKY Gauley Aug 10Mrs Cyntha Dal lenger of Johnetta visited relatives In this part last week Will Ponder has returned from Corbln The Rev Wm Durham ot Johnetta filled his saturIdayley County Is visiting relatives here j Dan C Ponder and family of Liv ingston attended church at Union andI dy Reese of McCracken visited in SundayI ed church at Union Sunday CLAY COUNTY 1IUHN1NG SriUNOS Burning Springs Aug 9The Quar terly meeting of tho M E church I was presided over by the presiding elder from Barboursvlllo Quite 1 number joined the church and all the meetings wero Inspiring and well i attended The regular pastor the Rev Harvey Johnson has aroused I much Interest in his work here HisI appointments are tho fourth Sunday LeagueTestament interesting features in our Sunday I I school Mrs Lewis ot SIdell visited her mother Mrs Clarkston last wee- kIDr I Hornsbys mother has return her home on Laurel after a very pleasant visit among friends hereDrs Maggard and Webb and Messrs Thos and Goo McDaniel spend tlshIIngi Richmond Normal is spending her daughIterthe Blue Grass Mrs Lucy Rose and daughter Mildred have returned to j their home In Wllllamsburg Thomas i McDaniel and brother George returned from a visit to Madison CountylIlrs1 Archlo Smith and sister ot are visiting relatives here layJIvllloI mary election took place last I with a result very u those who stand for a clean election- i I The men whom we all wished to have elected lost because there was so much boodle used The friends of I Mrs Hugh HIbbard were surprised to learn of her sudden death in a i hospital In Lexington last week She leaves a husband and five small chil- dreni to mourn her death The funeral of Emit Rawlings last week was I the largest over seen about hero I tHe had so endeared himself to that many made a long pilgrimage I attend It toI Yet stricken heart remember remember How ot human days he lived the better part April came to bloom and never chill I December Breathed its killing chills upon the head or heart Came and stayed and went and now when all Is finished You alone have crossed the mel ancholy stream Yours the pang but his Oh his the undlmlshed Undecayed gladness undeparted dream R L Stevenson IllliailTSIIAIlK- Brlghtshade Aug GT B King an Jack Armstrong have nearly finished their work of surveying mineral lands here Crops have Improved much un der recent rains School is doing well here under the management ofI G G Wagers Lincoln Smallwood Is I teaching on Red Bird The Republican county primary was one of the most closely contested ones over held in this county and some of the win ners had very small pluralities Tho nominees aro as follows for Judge D W White for CountyI torney T H Webb for Marcum for Assessor Woodson Mills for Circuit Court clerk C L Hoiin chell for Jailer Joseph Lewis for surveyor Thos HInkle Luther lint ton for County Superintendent Wm Rice for County clerk and Farls Roberts I for representative worn nomin ated without opposition The nomin ation is equivalent to election and Clay County will have a list of offi cers of which any County might well be proud ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAMP Station Camp Aug DArch Peters and Wlllard have returned from a visit with friends and relatives in Owsloy County Walter Scott of Crab Orchard is visiting his father Dr M P Scott who is very low atI presentWesley Winkler visited at his uncle Leo Wlnklers Saturday t Frank Park of Irvine visited his brother G A Park who is 11I1IIss es Kate Moores and Minnie Richard son and Mrs Lewis Lakes wero shopping in Irvine MondayMr Doe ot Lexington visited his daughter MrsI Tom Alcom and family of this plac- eJ B Kelly oC Wagorsvlllet purchased a mule la Mt Sterling last week Earl and Dewey Winkler of Witt Mpent Sunday with Wesley Winkler The Republican convention hold at Irvine Saturday to nominate a candi date for representative of tho district composed of Estill and Powell Coun ties resulted In tho nomination ot Mr Frank Welch ot Irvine Mr Allen Powell of Powell being tho defeated candidate Mr Miller and sister of West Virginia are visiting friends and relatives at Wagerfivllle Misses Kato and Winnie Moores called at Mrs Isaacslandwero looking for sheep and cattlo for sale They got no sheep and but few cattle there being some other buyers just ahead ot themMrs Armllda Moores and daughter Kate and Mrs Clara Reeves spent tho day Wednes day with Mrs Anne Click Mrs L Marcum has boon suffering tho past week with a light attack of fever nnd heart trouble but 13 improving now Tom Marcum from this placo and a number ot others from tho surround ing neighborhood started to Hamil ton Ohio yesterday Tommy Lakes from Jackson County spent Saturday night with his brother Lewis simpIsonprotracted meeting at Wage rsvIII e Saturday night Sirs Nannie Kelly and Mrs Mary Kelly and children ot satIurdayMlsses Lonnlo Gum visited at Bruco Scotts Saturday and Sunday Joo Davis Lexington passed through our ofI last weekCash Rico was school trustee In our district E T Arvine In sick LOCUST IIIIAXCII Locust Drench Aug DDr Land and wife who have been in Oklahoma for the past three weeks arrived home yesterday D W Gentry who improlng1Theurday night with a largo class Great interest Is shown Tho tent meeting I which was being held at Parks by the Methodists closed last night i Tho meeUng at Panola still continues A protracted meeting will be hold t at Beaver Pond church some tlmo In the later part of September by tho Rev Messrs Winkler and Combs Mr Frank Welch of Irvlno was nominated on tho Republican ticket for Representative In tho 73rd legis lative district convention held at Irvine Saturday Aug 7thDoln Gentry Robert Land and Jeff French ot this placo are attending court at Irvine todayMrs Thos White Mamie Eliott and Sister Barbara of Wiseman I town aro visiting their sister Mrs Boln Gentry Miss Vola BIcknell of Borea Is visiting her uncle II G BIck nellMlss Rhoda Land of Knob Lick visited at Miss Hattie Johnsons Sun day OWSLEY COUNTY UAIIIIAIU Gabbard Aug 7J M lIeltons tw youngest children ate very sickW Huff and Ray Bowling aro visiting In Leslie County Helton Bros visited lastIEvorsolo last Tuesday Mr and Mrs Albert Gabbard visited relatives onI Beatty Bowman Branch Saturday ImprovIlogof Meadow Creek was here a few days ago after some cattle Bony CaV lahan Is doing a hustling business I hereII are a way I Happytop met Neal Dank with good attendance This section has been visited by two groat storms within tho past week Saturday night July 31st heavy storm swept over this neighborhood Thursday night Aug 6th a second storm came which j was much more sovoro than the first It was almost a cloudburst Tine rain fell for almost two hours Indian was fuller than over known be fore Much fencing was washed away Tho wind blow down corn doing con siderable dnmagoIn tho news from Island City of last week tho corres pondent says that there are lots ot moonshine stills and plenty ot whisky In that vicinity We are sorry that there aro peoplo who will engago In such work and tho laws ot their County when they could be n help and an example ot good for others Wo are to say that there thatianyone but dont know how long law will In our community In this way GARRARD COUNTY IAINT MOK Paint Lick Aug SA many from tills attended tho Fair at Boron the 5C7th Miss Lucy Cade visited Mlas Anna Jones at Richmond last week Mr and Mrs Lon Stowo wero tho guests ot their parents Mr and Mrs Will of llerca Saturday Tho Misses Nora and Den Rich ot Clay City are tho guests of their aunt Miss Sarah Dawson of this Mr and Mrs L Gab bard attended birthday dinner ot Mr Blanton lout 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