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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ZREA PUBLISHING CO INCOnlUTEII STANLEY FROST M nager Enteratae the Poetafce at Dma Ky QI rlcon- ddaanaft maser I Vol YI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY AUGUST 19 1800 One Dollar a year No 8 NEWS OF THE WEEK Earthquake In JapanHard Work for TaftThaw Goes Back to Asylum Johnson and Jefrrles Wife Was Colored Railroad Wreck In Colo rado ANOTHER CHINESE MURDER Now York has been startled by the murder of a girl in Chinatown Dow Kim the most beautiful Chinese girl In New York was stabbed to death Altho ho denies all knowledge of the deed the police think her husband an Americanized the murderer It is now ChlnnmanI tho murdered girl found In In tho room of Wm Loon some ago was not Elsie Sigel but that sho Is alive married to William Leon and at present In Alaska CALAMITY IN JAPANAn earth quake In Central Japan last Saturday caused at least thirty deaths and much loss of property It Is reported that 400 buildings have been totally destroyed and that more than 1000 have been damaged HE HAS TilE RECORD Loo Ur banaky has tho record of being the dirtiest man ever housed at tho Chi cago policy station It took three men snore than an hour to give him a bath the first ho had had In three years Ho was so weak after the I operation that ho had to be carried on a stretcher RAILROAD ACCIDENTNine per sons are dead fifty Injured and two passenger trains almost as tho result of demolishedI orders by the crow on x and Rio Grando Railroad near Color 7 ado Springy Cola- INTERESTING IF TRUEAn offer of a purse of 25000 and halt of I the gate receipts has been cabled by a syndicate to Jack Johnson and Jus J Jefferies to fight In London COMMANDER IN CIIIEI OF G A- RSam R Van Sant of Minnesota was elected CommanderlnChlef of I tho Grand Army of the Republic at Salt Lake City Mrs Jennie L Derry of Des Moines Iowa was elected Nat ional President of the Womans Relief CorpsTHAW STILL INSANE Harry K Thaw ban been committed to the Mat teaw ana Asylum for the Criminal In sane by Justice Mills He was allowed five days freedom In consideration t for his aged mother DOUBLE SHOOTING Because after eight happy years of married life ho found out that his wife was a colored woman a white man of Cole umbus Ohio killed her and shot him 0liCit so seriously that he cannot live NEVER TOO OLD TO WALKEd ward Payson Weston who walked I aldistancesays that ho will try again next year when he will be seventyone I years old- DYNAMITE EXPLOSION One of the buildings of the Aetna Powder Company near Garry Indiana was blown up by a dynamite explosion Two men were killed trTf x of New England In a fierce gale the p Nezlnscot capsized and carried down o with her halt a dozen of the crew I Jand tho captains wife and son The captain and several officers drifted to sea on a life raft and were saved STRENUOUS LIFE FOR TAFT The physician who has Pres Taft under his care says the president Is in good condition for twentyfive years work of any description He keeps his flesh down by golf and hard work in his gymnasium every day His present weight is 304 pounds THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People IparrelesTKentucky Republican in Its current issue pub Itches a lengthy editorial reply to tho criticism of the financial policy of the present Republican administra tion and its predecessors under Bradley and Taylor made by former Gov Beckham editor of the Ken tucky State Journal The controversy began by tho pub lication In tho Republican of an arti cle approving tho conduct of affairs under Gov Willson and referring par tlcularly to tho economy and wisdom that had been practiced In tho ex penditure of the public revenues Mr Beckham Iq a later issue of his par per took occasion to point out what he alleged to be flaws In the Republicans argument and reverted to ancient history In order to demonstrate to his own satisfaction that the virtue of economy lay wholly with the Democrats BECKHAMS ADROIT EVASION Mr Beckham accepted tho state ment of the Harrodsburg editor In which figures were quoted from the report of Auditor Stone who held office under Bradley to show that tho end of his regime he left in time treasury to pay the bonded indebt ness of the State the balance amount Ing to 1OCO4250S but to the charge made by the Republican two months later the Democratic auditor found a net Indebtedness of 1700000 and that this Indicated extraordinary extravagance In a brief space of ttiiio on the part of the new Beck ham administration ho replied with the counter charge that Auditor Stone turned over the balance from his administration not to the Democratic treasurer hut to the Republican official who served during the few weeks of tho Illfated Taylor regime The Inference while not directly drawn by Mr Beckham appears to be that tho leakage occurred In tills brief Interval between Bradley and himself THE REPUBLICANS ANSWER- In order to meet this adroit shift ing of responsibility the Harrods burg editor alleging that he omitted reference to tho Taylor regime In his original article for tho purpose of drawing out Mr Beckham shows that Auditor Colter who was Gov Bcckhama colleague In a report to the Legislature dated December 1 1901 was able to discover only one Item for criticism In tIle accounts of tho Taylor administration that being the expenditure of 2992613 for the maintenance of the State milita at Frankfort during tho critical period In which tho conflict for office was proceeding This expenditure Mr Colter referred to as a misappropria tion The Republican editor argues that since Auditor Colter was naturally prejudiced against the Taylor regime the fact that his critical scrutiny could find no other item for condem nation than this Is high tribute to the honesty with which affairs were conducted In the three troubled months of Republican rule DEMOCRATIC EXTRAVAGANCE Quoting from Colters report again the Harrodsburg man shows that on the formers own admission 364771 37 was turned over by W R Day Treasurer under Taylor to S W Ha ger Treas under Beckham In spite of the fact that the Beckham ad ministration collected 1323000 from the Federal Government and mulcted the people for 1000000 more In taxes every year than they had ever been required to pay before within two months a deficit of 1700000 had ap I 20000 REWARDI For the arrest and detention of these two men wanted for the murder of James Lane a lar ERNEST HAYS LEONARD ABNEY ror 100 for the arrest and detention of either They are probably r not together now This reward will remain open till both are brought to justice Both arc young men about 21 years of age HAYS is about 5 feet 10 inches in height light blue eyes medium light hair weight About 155 pounds ABNEY is about 5 feet 3 Inches In height complexion dark black hair and black eyes has a little Impediment In his speech weight about 135 to 140 pounds Send notice of arrest to the Sheriff of Madison County JlliJII Civilization is going lIko a race horse these dayscovering- more ground every year than it used to in a century A man has to keep hustling all the time to keep upIf he wants his share of the benefits of progress he must catch hold and hang on tight A newspaper is the link that holds the progressive men of today in touch with the rest of the world jdiV W EVERY DAY COUNTS Every thing that is worth while in this world has to be earned and it is a mighty fine thing that the most valuable things are the ones that cost the most This results in the fellows that will appreciate the best things getting them One of the best things on earth is an education and it is one of bykeopiugafter day and year after year and yet that is the only way to accom plish anything- In going forward it is much easier to keep going than it is to stop and rest and then start again Once and a while every one has to rest but the more seldom that is the faster and further he will persiete by it A single stop to rest costs a good deal The rest of the class gets ahead and it is harder to study when you get back to school suetthere has been an actual day lost Besides and most important a boy stops out a few days he loses his motion his mo mentum and has to get started all over again A day out of school pretty nearly loses a weeks time for the boy It is mighty hard to stick to school these hot days when the trees are so nice to lie under and apples taste so good But that is the only way to do any good Of course a fellow will go some even if he does stop once in a while but he will be a long way from doing all he could and he will be cheating himself for the rest of his life if ho does not work hard right along Every day of life counts and every school day is an opportunity that should never be allowed to pass for a boy can lay up riches for bis whole life in it Dont miss n day goodforwho lets his boy loaf or stay from school to work is injuring that child for lifo 1 WHAT IS MONEY WORTH When a man in a high placo brays it makes quite a stir Therefore it is not surprising that several people took notice of the following bit of talk to a class at Dartmouth from Prof O II Palmer of Harvard on lime had Illlln to ilo with rlfnuiiinirt Now 7w are rntlrd ii I ou to rnrn ymir own llTlnjr From thf time on honor money KHtlntr money mud power Riches sire the lacer oftrrvlcn to the world It would not be surprising to hear talk like this from some people There are always uud probably always be people who can never see beyond the shine of the silver dollar and who never askeither where the money came from or where it is going There are some people so low that they measure all success by the dollar mark and count the rich thief happier than the honest poor man But that such a view should be expressed by such a man has surprised the world Prof Palmer knows about Harry Thawwith lots of money and about the paled faced weak lived children of the city millionaires who squandered in the money their fath ers earned or stole he knows of the wealthy scoundrels who are living in luxury on money stolen a few pennies at a time from the poor of the laud thru trust extortions and corporation robbery he knows of the rich brokers who cheat the poor who trust them of the lawyers who betray the trusts of widows and orphans of the saloon keepers who livo richly on the proceeds of food and clothing which the wives and children of drunkards are forced to do without Prof Palmer knows all these things and yet he says honor money And Dr Palmer knows of other things too He knows of the work done for suffering humanity by poverty stricken country doe tors of the self sacrificing lives of ministers of the Gospel some of them giving their health and happiness for humanity in foreign lands he knows of the work done by men like Burbank Wright Roosevelt Bryan Edison Stevenson and hundreds of others who never sought toward in money but lived and died with little wealth yet won undying fame he knows of the records of Grant and Lincoln and Washington and Lee and Sheridan and Farragut and Dewey ho knows of the sermons of Talmadge lind Chapman and Finney and a hundred thousand others and finally he knows of Him who had not where to lay His headand yet he says honor money It may be that the time will come when Prof Palmers precept will be accepted and the world will honor money but if ever that time comes and the world has no honor for unselfish service for heroism or patriotism or statesmanship invention or the relieving of suffering or the preaching of truth if that time ever comes wo may all pray that Prof Palmer may be left alone with the rich men he would honor so There could be no worse punishment for him peared and when the Democrats went out ot office in 1907 according to the Republican they left the trea sury practically empty The Republican follows this argu ment with an itemized statement from official sources of all expendi tures during tho Taylor administra tion This statement Is lengthy and Includes reference to tho statutory authority for each item The largest slnglo entry more than onethird of the total amount is 33235551 for school claims Mr Beckham Is challenged to show from these figures where extrava gance or dishonesty existed in the Republican conduct of affairs as charg ed by inference in his paper QUESTIONS FOR BECKHAM Further the Horrodsburs editor chal lenges Mr Beckham to tell why it cost him nearly a million dollars more annually to administer the State than It cost his predecessors He Invites him to dispute the charge that the Democrat left Indebtedness amount ing to 000000 when they went out of office In 1907 He asks him to In from the public about how much of the States money was spent In gett ing possession ot the offices to which Taylor and his colleagues had been electedReferring to a quotation In MrI Beckhams paper from a contemporary to the effect that Gov Willson base spent 160000 for soldiers to suppress the night riders and that there were other leaks in the Treasury he re quests Mr Beckbam to say whether he believes Gov Willson was wrong in using tho State mlllta for this pur pose and to specify Just what are the other leaks mentioned in the quotation Louisville Herald INTERESTING FEATURES This week we have the important article on sheep scab advertised last week and also another ono of the series on Republican mismanage ment Read then both Next week there will be another article on set bies and also one on the report of the Fire Marshall showing how fires start and what to do about 1U We will not be ready to start them next week but we are getting ready to start two new features which will be of great value and interest One will be a teachers exchange Where problems of the schools will be discussed and questions answered The other will bea new series of articles by Dr Cowley giving rules for health and good advice as to the best kind ot foods Every one will want to watch for these featuresthey will bo better than anything of the kind that has ever been printed in anyI paper in Kentucky JACKSON COUNTY BANK The Jackson County Bank which was formerly a branch of tho Berea Bank and Trust Co has been reorganized and severed connection with the Berea Bank and Trust Co on July 1st It has a capital stock of 12000 divided into 150 shares of 100 each The following officers were elected R M Bradshaw president A H Williams vice president J R Hays cashier The directors arc Messrs n 11 Bradshaw A H Williams J R Hays Isaac Messier Dr W T Amyx Dr J D Hays and D G Collier The site building safe and all the office fixtures were pur chared from the Berea Bank and Trust Co The first months busi- neSs was very flattering for the young institution There was t an in crease of more than 6000 in deposits ast month over its previous record Under the management of such excellent gentlemen as its officers and nirectcrs wo predict a fast sturdy growth of business until it takes its Flare among the leading county banks of tho State NARROW ESCAPE Miss Stella Anderson little daugh ter of Ed Anderson came near losing her life last Sunday afternoon in the swollen waters of Brushy Fork While returning from Sunday school In the West End In attempting to walk the narrow footbridge in front ot Mr Tarleton Combs home she became dizzy and fell She clung to Nelly Combs hand and caused her to totter but by a swift run and Jump Nellie gained the bank but poor Stella was whirled away before the eyes of horrified relatives and friends in Mr Combs yard Mr Combs and Mr Rice both sprangIn to her assistance and fin ally rescued her as she sank the third time All were much exhaust ed but In a short time were able to speak calmly of the Incident which came so near ending tho lives of all three LETTER FROM JUDGE WILSON Berea Ky Aug 14 09 To the Editor of The Citizen Dear Sir I wish to say thru the columns of your paper that any and all tales being circulated over the country in regard to my taking a hand for the defense or the prosecution in the case against T A Malone are not true more than that I held an inquest over the body of James Kinney in accordance with my legal dpty Both parties were my frlepds and my sym pathy goes out to both families for It Is a great trouble to all So who ever tells any such tales only tells them to injure me in my race for magistrateVery respectfully yours J S Wilson J P RETURNS FROM LAUREL COUNTY The winners in the Republican primary and their pluralities are as followsRepresentative J J Taylor 206 County Judge Harrison Jones 22 Sheriff Bill Scovlll 206 County Clerk Ira J Davidson 22 Circuit Clerk Geo W Smith 172 Assessor W IL Bmner 120 County Attorney Hiram J Johnson 574 County Superintendent Dave John son 65- 0Jailer John R Jones 136 Surveyor Shade Stacy Coroner William Wallen BEREA MAN LECTURES Dr W G Best has been appointed on the State Committee on Oral Hy giene ot tho Kentucky Dental Society and in pursuance at the duties of thatposltlon has been giving addresses before institutes on the subject of instructing children in the valuo of proper care of the teeth and in methods of preserving them Reports indicate that his talks have been valuable and greatly appreciated REPUBLICAN PRIMARY A republican primary has been call ed for the Glade 8th Magisterial District for Sept 18 for the choice of a candidate for magistrate and constable The entrance fee for mag- Istrate has been set at 75 and for constable at 10 The first entrant for Magistrate was J S Wilson who has made his deposit with Mr Black thus proving tho falsity ot the statements that he would not make the race Motor Steam Plows In India Modern motor steam plows are bo Ing Introduced into India One of them made 111 London can plow ten to 15 acres of ordinary ground t day r Knowledge is powerand the 1 way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaperPQ r KENTUCKY connecting graduating dissipation IN OUR OWN STATE I Lancaster Judge Commits Suicide Ate Five Watermellons Robbers in Pulaski CountyOld Court House Destroyed Burley and Equity So cieties Agree JUDGE KILLS IIUISELFJudgeIClinton Armstrong for many years city Judge of Lancaster shot and killed himself it la supposed on ac count of ill health BOY HURT Holton aged 12 son of W Parks of near Richmond while driving cattle was thrown from his pony which was knocked down by a big steer and his body was mashed He is In a critical condition SWALLOWED A WHIPA cow belonging to H L Taylor ot near Hartford Kentucky chewed and swal lowed a rawhide which woe attached to a stick twenty Inches long Sho became sick After a few weeks got better A few days ago Mr Taylor noticed a stick protruding from her side Ho pulled 1G out and it proved to be the missing whip The cow is glUing well- NIGHT RIDERS BUSY Tho night riders are at work in Edmundson County Several men and two women have been whipped in the last week and one man was shot with a shot gun It is thought he will not re coverCOST HER DEARA colored woman of Louisville was the successful I winner of a watermelon asa prize for eating four other large melons Fearing that some one would steal x her prize she ate it also A few hours later she died of cardiac parlllslsIsuperinduced by acute BAPTISTS GET MONEY Theo dore Harris a wealthy map ot Louis ville at his death recently left practically all his wealth to the Bap tists of Kentucky His children get a small allowance but he says that the money does more good in the hands of the church THIEVES IN SOMERSETA well organized band ot thieves are making rich hauls in Somerset Pulaski County They have entered several stores and finally robbed the postofflce Search for the men as yet has been fruitlessKILLS HERSELF Chronic head aches proved too much for Mrs May Spindle a prominent woman of Louis ville and she took her life by shoot- Ing herself in the mouth with a ref volverHARMONY AT LASTThe Am erican Society of Equity and the Bur ley Tobacco Society have come to Ian amicable agreement In regard to the pooling of the tobacco crop of 1909 It remains for the propositions made to be accepted formally by the State and National Boards ot the Society of equity SAD ACCIDENT While his nether and sisters were at the Blue Grass Fair Claude Scott of Frankfort ac cidentally shot himself in the face and bled to death before physicians could reach him- MYSTERIOUS SHOOTING A wo man aged sixty years was sitting on her porch near Hustonvllle when she was shot in the head It is feared she will not recover No clue has been found to the man who fired the shotHISTORICAL BUILDING DE STROYED Lightning struck the old Court House at Washington Mason County where Uncle Tom of Uncle Toms Cabin fame was sold and completely destroyed It Henry Clay and Daniel Webster spoke there many times DISCIPLES CONVENTIONThe national convention ot the Disciples 0 church will meet in Lexington this fall and It is expected to be one ot tho biggest gatherings over held in that city NEW HIGH BRIDGE Tho Cincin nat and Southern are building a new bridge over tho Kentucky river at High Bridge Tho bridge will be 30G feet above the low water mark PRESS DAY ATFAtRPress day at the Blue Grass Fair was a great success and a great crowd of newspaper men were there Secre tary Jouett Shouse delightfully en tertained the whole crowd at lunch and In many other ways did all he could to make the editors and their wives comfortable Mr Shouso said that the secret of the great success ot the Fair this year was due to a great extent to the liberal use of newspaper advertising RAILWAY OPERATOR MURDER EDLast Thursday at Kings Moun tain Kentucky the night operator of the Queen and Crescent Railroad was found murdered and robbed NO clue to the murderer has been found altbo several arrests have been made l S I y a 74 TfiMNET SYNOPSIS The story opens at Harvard where Col Rupert Winter U 8 A visiting saw tho Kulcldo of young Mercer lIe met Cary Morcer brother of the dead student Three later In Chicago In 1904 Col Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap parently planning to kidnap Archie the colonels ward and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winters millions A Miss Smith was mentioned apparently as a conspirator A great financial magnate was aboard the train on which Col Winter met his Aunt Rebecca Miss Smith and Archie Col Winter learned that the financial magnate Is Edwin 8 Keatcham Winter aided by Archie cleverly frus trated a holdup on the train He took a great liking to Miss Smith despite her alleged kidnaping plot Archie mysteri ously disappeared In Frisco Blood In a nearby room at tho hotel caused fears for the boys life Tho lads voice was heard over the telephone however and a min uto later a womans voice that of Miss Smith CoL Winter and a detective sot out for the empty mansion owned by Arnold n Harvard graduate were met with an explosion within Mercer appeared Ho assured Winter that Archlo had returned The colonel saw a vision Hitting from tho supposedly haunted house It was Miss Janet Smith Col Miss Smith meMeraceritoldlWlnter loved that Archie had overheard plans ofMercersand had been kidnaped One i 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 gone Mercer confessed he was forcibly detaining Keatcham Mercer told his life story relating how Keatcham and his scoundrel secretary killinghller In order that he could not get control of a railroad which was tho pet project of the father of his college friend Endicott Tracy Aunt Rebecca saw Archie In a cab with two men Then he 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 bo 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 Cary Mercer appeared on the scene Winter believing his actions suspicious The party removed to tho Arnold homo They feared Atkins gang The colonel became temporary secretary to the mag note A Black Hand letter was received The real characteristics of tho great financier wore revealed The puzzle of the atory fell into place the blame for the crimes being lifted from Mercers shoulders and placed upon Atkins Love of Mlrt Smithand Winter for each other was plainly seen by other members j of the party CHAPTER XVII Contlnued No murmured Miss Smith meek ly with a little twinkle of her eye I did that he hid them How ridicu bus of me to get in such a fright But you know how Cary hated Mr Keatcham and youno you dont know the lengths that such a tempera ment as his will go I did another silly thing I found a dagger one of those Moorish stilettoes that hang In the library It was lying In the door way When no one was looking I hid It and carried It off I stuck It In one of tho flower beds I stuck It In the ferns I have stuck that wretched thing all over this yard I didnt dare carry It back and put It In the empty place with the others because some one might have noticed tho place And I didnt dare say anything to Cary I was right miserable- So was I said the colonel think- Ing c you wore trying to protect tho murderer But do you know what I had sense to do Go to Mrs Winter Oh I wanted toIExactly and do you know what that dead game sport said to me She said she found those washed and Ironed cuffs and trousers neatly cleaned with mllka whats mllkaand the mllka cleaned the spots so much clean er than the rest that she had her own suspicions started But says she Not being a plumb Idiot I went straight to Cary and he told me the whole story Which was like your story Very near And you see It would be like Atkins to leave incriminating testimony round loose That Is Incriminating testimony against Mercer and Tracy The dagger Tracy remembers was not In the llbary It was In the patio Right to hand Atkins must havo got In and found Mr Keatcham on the floor in a faint Whether ho meant to make a bargain with him or to kill him perhaps we shall never know but when he saw him helpless before him ho believed his cbanco was come to kill him and get the cipher key removing his ene blowIover do you reckon Atkins had anything to do with that train robbery Was it a more pretext to give a chanco to murder Mr Keatcham fixing the blame on ordinary bandits By Jove It might be I dont suppose we shall ever know But Cot Winter do you mind explaining to mo just what Brother Carys scheme with Mr Keatcham was Mrs Winter told me you would Silo told me mused tho colonel that you didnt know anything about this big game which has netted them millions Theyve closed out their deals and have the cash No paper profits for Auntie She said that she would not risk your being mixed up In it so kept you absolutely in tho dark Im there too Didnt you know Mercer had kidnapped Archie No I didnt know ho was with Mr Keatcham at the hotel It would have laved me a heap of suffering but sho didnt dare let me know for fear if anything should happen I would bo mixed up In It It was out of kindness Col Winter truly It was Afterwards when she saw that I was worried she gave mo hints that I need not worry Archie was qulto safe And tho notepaper- I suppose sho gave It to them an swered Miss Smith And the voice I heard In the tele phone He explained how firmly she had halted the conversation the time Archie would havo reassured him Youwerent there of course said ho No I was downstairs in tho ladles entrance of tho court in tho hotel I had come in a little while before hav ing carried an advertisement to the paper I wonder why shemaybe It was to communicate with them with out risking a letter But how did your voice get Into imy phone he asked She looked puzzled only a second then laughed as ho had not heard her laugh In San Francisco a natural musical merry peal a girlish laugh that made his heart bound Why of course said she It is so easy Thero was a reporter who In sisted on interviewing Mrs Winter about her jewelry and I was shooing him away Somehow the wires must have crossed Do you rememberthis Is very very pretty dont you think Just like a puzzlo falling Into place Do you remember coming hero on tho day Archie was returned- I surely do my head was swim ming for Mrs Winter sent me and I began then to suspect She told me Brother Cary was In danger of course I wanted to do anything to help him and I carried a note to him I didnt go in merely gave tho note and saw himI saw you You How- BIrdsall and I we were here In the patio we my dear Miss Janet were the Danger You had on a brownchecked silk dress and you wero holding a wire clipper in your hand Yes sir I saw It on the grass and picked It up She laughed a little but directly her cheeks reddened What must you havo thought of met oho mur mured under her breath and bit the lip that would have quivered- I should like to tell youdear ho answered if you will0 Lord forgive young men for living If they aro not all coming back to ask mo to sing But Janet dear let me say It In Spanishyes yes if you really wont be bored throw me that mandolin Aunt Rebecca back In the arm chair faintly smiling while tho old old words that thousands of lovers have thrilled with pain and hopes and dreams beyond their own power of speech and offered to their sweet hearts rose winged by the eternal longingY mueve alastlma ml etcrno padecer Como to amo nmarao belllsslma mujer Como to amo amame belllsslma mujer And what does It mean in Eng lush Bertie said Mrs Melville Cant you translate it Shall I said the colonel his voice was careless enough but not so tho eyes which looked up at Janet SmithNot tonight please said she I I think Mr Keatcham is expecting mo to read to him a little Good night Thank you Col Winter She was on her feet as she spoke and Winter did not try to detain her he had held her hand and ho had felt Its shy pressure rind caught a fleeting frightened very beautiful glance Ills dark faco paled with the intensity of his emotion Janet moved away quiet ly and lightly with no break in her composure but as sho passed Mrs Winter she bent and kissed her And when Archie would have run after her a delicate jeweled hand was laid on his arm Not tonight laddie I want you to help me down the steps With her hand on the boys shoulder she came up to Rupert and inclined her handsome head In Janets direc tion I think by rights that kiss be longed to you man enfant said she CHAPTER XVIII Casa Fuerte Winter would have said that ho was too old a man to stay awake all night when he had n normal temperature yot he saw tho stars come out and the stars fade on that fateful April night Ho entered hIs room at the hour when midnight brushes the pale skirts of dawn and misguided cocks are voclter ating their existence to an indifferent world Before he came there had boon a long council with Mercer and his aunt Mercer who hoi been success ful in his mission had barely seen his chief for a moment before a gentle but imperious nurse ordered him away Winter caught a queer abrupt laugh from the financier The latter beckoned to him See you are as obedient as I am when your time comes he chuckled and be chuckled again when both the soldier and Miss i i n I Should Like to Tell You Dear He Answered If You WIIIJ I Smith blushed over his awkward jocoseness Yet tho next moment he extended his hand with his formal othergeneration courtesy and took Miss Janets shapely firm fingers in his own lean and nervous grasp AI low me to offer you both my sincere congratulations began he and halted his eyes which seemed so Incurious but were so keen traveling from the womans confusion to the mans I beg your pardon I understoodAr chie who was here gave me to under standand I heard you singing you will hardly believe it but years ago I sang that to my wife So far as I am concerned It Is settled said the colonel steadily Janet lifted her sweet eyes and sent one glance as fleeting and light as tho flash of a birds wing IIreckon- It is settled murmured she but im mediately she was the nurse again Mr Koatcham you are staying awake much too late Hero is Colvin who will see to anything you want Good night It was then that Mr Keatcham had taken the colonels breath away by klselng Janets hand after which ho shook hands with the colonel with a strange now cordiality and watched them both go away together with a look on his gaunt face unlike any known to Colvin Only three minutes In the hall with the moon through tho arched window and his arm about her and the fra grance of her loosened hair against his cheek and her voice stirring his heartstrings with an exquisite pang Only time for tho immemorial ques tions of love Are you sure dear It youfirstswered with her halfhumorous adora ble little lilt of a laugh Oh I reckon It wasalIttleaU along over since I read about your saving that poor little Filipino boy like Archie the one who was your servant In Manila and going hungry for him on the march and jumping Into the rapids to save himwhen you wore lame too Hero the colonel burst In with a groan Oh that monstrous newspa per liar The dear little Filipino boy was a married man and I didnt jump Into the river to Dave him It wasnt more than wading depthI only swore at him for an idiot and told him to walk out when ho tipped over his boat and was floundering about And ho did He was the limit as a liarTo his relief the most sensible as well as the most lovable woman in the world had burst Into a delicious bit of laughter and returned Oh well you would have jumped in and saved him If the water bad been deep It wasnt your fault It was shallow And just at this point Mercer and Aunt Rebecca must needs coma with a most unusual premonitory racket and Janet had fled Afterward had come the council All the coil had been unraveled Bird sail appeared in person as sleek smiling and complacent over his blunders as over Ono of his first sentences was n declaration of trust in Miss Smith I certainly wont off at halfcock there said he amiably and just because sho was so awful nlco I felt obliged to suspect her but 1vo got the real dog that killed the sheep this time Its suro tho real Red Wall It appeared that ho had of a verity been usefully busy lie had secured tho mechanic who had given Atkins a plan of tho secret passages ot Casa Fuerte Ho had found the policeman who had arrested Tracy ho swore because ho was going too fast and tho magistrate who had fined him and not only that ho had captured the po liceman a genuine officer not a criminal In disguise who had boon Atkins instrument in kidnaping Archie This man whom II I rd Ball knew how to terrify completely had confessed that It was purely by chance that Atkins had seen the boy loft outside in the motor car Atkins so ho said bad pretended that the boy was a tool of somo one mles of Kcatcbams whose secretary he was trading not for the only time on his past position in reality BIrd sail had come to believe Atkins know that Keatcham was employing Mercer In his place I cant absolutely put my finger on his information said BIrdsall but I suspect Mrs Mclvlllo Winter I know showas talking to him for one of my mon saw herTho lady meant no harm but shoa Qno of the kind that is al ways slamming the detectives and bo Ing took In by the rascals Ho argued that Mrs Winter and Miss Smith knew where the boy was for some reason they had let him go and were pretending not to know whero he was Aint that s07 tho detective appealed to Aunt Rebecca who merely smiled saying Youre a wonder Mr Ufrdsall According to Blrdsalls theory Atkins was puz zled by Archies part in the affair But he believed could he find the boys present hosts ho would find Ed win Keatcham It would not be the first time Keatcham had hidden him self tho better to spin his web for the trapping gf his rivals That Mercer was with his employer tho exsecre tory had no manner of doubt any more than ho doubted that Mercers scheme had been to oust him and to build his own fortunes on Atkins ruin Ho knew both Tracy and young Arnold very well by sight When ho couldnt frighten Archie into telling anything probably he weut back to his first plan of shadowing tho Winter party at the Palace Ho must have seen Tracy hero Ho penetrated his disguise lies as sharp as tho devil I tell you Colonel He either fol lowed him himself or had him fol lowed and ho heard about mho tele phone Somebody harking In tho next room most likely Knowing Tracys intimacy with Arnold It was not hard for so clever and subtle a mind as Atkins to jump to the con elusion and test it in the nearest tele phone book At least that Is how I figure it out Colonel BIrdsall had traced the clever mechanic who was s I ILltUeJTATIOlV A PVLJT I dO YILIGHT190 B BBS IiILL CO Interrogated by the eastern gentleman about to build this man had given the lavish and inquisitive easterner a plan of the secret passagesto use in his own future residence Whether At kins went alono or in company to tho Casa Fuerto the detective could only surmise Ho couldnt tell whether his object would bo mere blackmail or robbery of the cipher or assassination Perhaps ho found the Insensible man In the patio and was templed by the grisly opportunity victim and weapon both absolutely to his hand fur it was established that the dagger had been shown Tracy by Mercor as a curio and left on tho stone bench Perhaps he had not found the dagger but had his own means to mako an end of his enemy and his own terror BIrdsall believed that he had accomplices or at least ono accomplice with him Ho conceived that they had lain In ambush watching until they saw Klto go away Then an entry had boon made Most like BIrdsall concluded he jest flung that dagger away for you folks to find and suspect the domestics say Klto cause he was away But this was not all that BIrdsall had to report Ho had traced Atkins to tho haunts of certain unsavory Italians ho lied struck the trail In fine To be sure it mn under ground and was lost in the brick walled and slimyUmbered collars of Chinatown which harbored every sin and crime known to civilization or to savagery What matter By grace of Ills aunts powerful friend they could track the wolves even through those noisome burrows Yes sighed tho colonel stretching out his arms with a resonant breath of relief wore out of the mazo all we have to do now la to keep from being killed Which isnt such a plain proposition In Frisco as In Massachusetts nut I reckon wo can tacklo It And thenthen ray darling I shall daro bo happy He found himself leaning on his windowsill and staring llko a boy on tho landscape lost In tho lovely lint lucinations of moonlight It was no scene that ho knew It was a vision of old Spain and by and by from yonder turret the princess with violets In her loosened hair and her soft cheek like satin and snow would loan and look Y il te mouse a lastlma ml stern pa decer Como te amo amame belllsilma niujerl Ah no little girl ho muttered with a shako of limo head I like It better to havo you a plain American gentlewoman as Aunt Becky would say who could send mo to battle with a nice little quivery smile sweet heart Oh Im not good enough for you my dear my dear lie felt an Immense humility as ho contrasted his own lot with the loneliness ot Keatcham and Mercer and the multitude of solitaries In the world who had lost or sadder still had never possessed tbo divine dream that Is tho only reality of tho soul As such thoughts moved his heart suddenly in the full tldo of hopo and thankfulness It stood still chilled as It by tho glimpse of an Iceberg In summer seas Yet how absurd It was only that ho had recalled his stoical aunts most unexpected touch of superstition Quito in jest he had asked her if she felt any presentiments or queer things In her bones tonight Ho expected to bo answered that Janet had driven every other anxiety out of her mind and how was she to break it to 311111 centTor with somo such caustic repartee Instead sho had replied test- Ily YEs I do Beetle I foci hor rip I feel as it something out of time cOmmon awful wero going to happen It Isnt exactly Atkins either Do you reckon It could bo tho I Suoy When that bambooshoots mess we had for dinnerAlthough they spent a good 20 minutes after that joking over superstitions and ho bad repeated to her somo of Tracys and Arnolds most ingenious spooky stunts to mako the neighborhood keep its distance from Casa Fuerte and they had laughed freely she as heartily an he never thoi ccs ho divined that hor smllo was a pretenso Suddenly an unruly tremor shook his own firm spirits Looking out on tho stepped and lantern cd arches of tho wing he was conscious of the same tragic endowment of tho darkened pile which had oppressed him that night weeks before when bo had stood outside on the crest of the hill and tho wouldbe murderers might havo been skulking In tho shadows of tho pepper trees lIe tried vainly to shako off this distempered mood Although ho might succeed for a moment In a lovers absorption It would come again Insidiously seep ing through his happiness like a fume After futile attempts to sleep he rose and still at the bidding of his uncanny and tormenting Impulse ho took his bath and dressed himself for the day By this tlmo the ashen tints of dawn were in his chamber nn1 on the fields outside Ho stood looking at the unlovellest aspect of nature a land scape on the sunless side before the east is red The air felt lifeless there were no depths in the sky the azuro was a flat tlqfopaque and thin like a poor watercolor While he gazed tho motionless trees live oaks and olives and palms wero shaken by a mighty wlud tho pepper plumes tossed and streamed and tangled like a banner time great elms along the avenue bent over In a break Ing strain Yet tho silken cord of the Holland window shade did not so much as swing Thero was not a wings breath of air But gradually the earth and cloud vibrated with a strange grinding nolso which has been described n hundred times but nover adequately a sickening crepitation as of the rocks In the hills scraping and splintering Before the mind could question tho sound there succeeded an anarchy of uproar In It was jumbled the crash of trees and build- Ings the splintering crackle of glass tho boom of hugo chimneys falling and of vast explosions the hlta of steam limo hurling of timbers and bricks and masses of stone or sand and the awful rush of frantic water escaping tram engine or main Quake suroa youre born said tho colonel softly Now that his Invisible peril was real was upon him his spirits leaped I up to meet It lie looked coolly about j him noting in his single glance that tho house was standing absolutely stanch neither reeling nor shivering and that tho chimney just opposite his eye had not misplaced a brick In tho same Instant ho caught up his revolver and ran at his best pace tram tho room The hall was firm under the hurrying feet Aa he passed the great arched opening on the western balcony ho saw an awful sight Diagonally across from Casa Fuerte was tho great house of tho California magnate who did not worry his con tractor with demands for colonial hon esty of workmanship ns well as colonial architecture The stately mansion with Ha beautiful plazzaa and delicate harmony of pillar and podlment ahouo white and placid on tho oyo for a second then rocked In ghastly wise and collapsed like n house of cards Simultaneously a torchllko flame streamed Into the air A woeful din of human anguish pierced tho Inanimate tumult of wreck and crash Dully for Casa Fuerte cried the soldier who now was making a fren sled speed to tho other sldo of the house Ho cast n single glance toward the door which ho knew belonged to Janets room nnd ho thought of the boy but ho ran first to his old aunt Ho didnt need to go tho whole way Sho came out of tier door Janet and Archlo at her side They wero all perfectly calm although In very light and semioriental attire Archie plain ly had just plunged out of bod JIll eyes wero dancing with excitement This house Is a dandy aint It Uncle Bertlo ho exclaimed Mr Arnold told mo all about the way his father built It ho said it wouldnt bat Ita oyo for an earthquake It didnt either but that houso opposite la just kindling wood Say heros Cousin Cary andlook Undo Beetle Mr Keatcham has got up and hea all dressed Hullo Colvln Dont bo scared Its only a quake I Colvln grinned a sickly grin and stammered Yes sir quito no sir Not an earth quake could shako ColvIn out of his mannersAro you able to do this Mr Keatcham young Arnold called breathlessly plunging Into tho patio to which they lied all instinctively gravi tated Keatcbam laughed a abort grunting laugh Dont you under stand this Is no little everyday quaker Look out Is there a way you can look and not see a spout ol flame Ive got to go downtown Are the machines all right Wo must find Randall the poor soul baa n mortal terror of quakes Aunt Rebeccas wcllbrcd accents Were unruffled sho appeared a thought stimulated nothing more danger nl ways acted aa tonic on Winter nerves Archie you go put your clothes on this minute honey And I supposo we ought to look up Mllllccnt TO BE CONTINUED Healthful Bath A bath much favored by the Knclp plats along with tho barefeet habit la formed from n solution of plno needles and plno cones Cover with cold water about a pound of fresh plno needles and pine cones broken In small pieces Doll for half an hour strain and add time solution to tho bath If you do not want to use tho entire amount at once It can bo bottled and kept for future occasions This has a tonic ef feet both on time nerves and tbo skin It can bo used on alternate days with a bath of sea salt Kejp Your Eyes theGround In walking about tho Australian gold- fields It Is always advisable to keep your eyes on the ground You can never tell when you may kick up a nugget or fall down a deserted shaft From Terragulla a district that line been very prolific in valuable nuggets comes news of n remarkable find A man walking across the fields picked up what he thought was a mushroom contamed c I In Serge and Linen s sergeThele somlnttlng and Is trimmed with block mohair braid of two widths and brald covered buttons tho collar is faced with silk The fronts just meet and ornamentlllackskirtliningwide braid 28 button- lLlnenDrellTbo skirt and overbodice of this dress are in dark brown backthatcut up In deep tabs that are buttoned to tho waistband buttons also form a trimming nt back and front The underbodlce Is of white cotton spotted with brown Tho yoke and sleeves are tucked the high collar and wrists of sleeves are finished with pleated lace Hat of brown coarse straw trimmed with shaded ostrich feathers Materials required for tho skirt and over bodice Six yards 42 inches I wide 13 buttons FASHIONS DECREE IN GLOVES Models for All Occasions Are Dis played and Most of Them Are Attractive Gloves especially adapted for tennis playing girls are of one button length in white or yellow chamois n ma terial which will not only withstand boiling but become softer and wore launderingpThe most practical gloves for golfing are tho mousquctnlrcs of colored mocha which come with quite long wrIsts For driving and riding there j is nothing quite so smart as the white leather gloves with black but tons stitching and gauntlets Tan mode white and black gloves for tho street are of fine French glace kid In three and six button lengths and of finely spun silk with double finger tips and composition clasp fastenings Young girls summer party gloves are of white or delicately tinted twist ed silk in elbow lengths They are seamless the thumbs hemstitched and some of them are exquisitely em t Idered ELABORATE MILLINERY Hat of silver gray chip lined with toblack satin a long wreath of delicate L diver roses shaded by a silver gray 4aigrette mixed with marabou y Slippers of Net A shoemaker In his search for something new has Invented an even Ing slipper of Russian net over col ored satin linings Tho heels are t colored to match There Is a jeweled buckle at tho too in any appropriate stones Cloth of gold slippers are in fashion 1for all gowns trimmed with gold lace and some bronze slippers embroidered I Xwith beads cost as much as a gown tThere Is also a fashion to have the top of boots made of bengallno and cravcnette to match the gown The shoe absurdities will soon be come as famous as the millinery ones I rr Glove Mending To mend gloves properly never use IIlIkns it cuts the kid Select cotton the exact shade of the fitgloves and with a very fine needle buttonhole around tho rip or tear ongfone loop of the buttonhole stitch to another When the rent Is joined In this way it is scarcely perceptlblo i and wears longer than if sewed through the glove I SYRIAN WORK MUCH IN FAVOR Popular Type of Embroidery That In Without Rival In Conventional Designs siredally Is the Syrian work that gives an ef fect of overlapping scales The designs which are stamped for this em broidery are divided into sections by lines running at regular intervals across the scrolls and other figures Tho method of working Is both simple and rapid The sections are filled In with a filling cotton and then worked in satin stitch following the growth of scroll Three sides of sec lion are then outlined so that tho design when finished looks as It ono scale sprung out ot the other This Is particularly effective for borders or table covers or sofa pit olws or the centerpieces made of homespun linen used on tables be tween meals As tho embroidery Is done in Turk ish floss or other heavy glossy silk suitable for large designs It works up quickly yet has a handsome solid surface There Is room for Infinite variety of shadings but it Is well to keep the designs It possible in sev oral tones of the samo color Thus a line of reds makes an attractive coloring or old blue Chinese greens and yellow verging to orange Care of the Skin When the skin is delicate and in dined to chafe from heat talcum pow der may be used profusely For this a big soft puff is the best for tho body nod tho dust should be thick enough to form a layer over the flesh Several times a day and always after bathing It must be put on Any kind of powder answers the purpose mag nesia French chalk arrow root etc The point la to use enough Cream of tartar water is as cooling as soda an- is d mixed In the same way Some times only a combination of grease and powder will allay severe inflam mation For Instance carbollzcd vas elite although It stings when first put on Is particularly good for such cases being healing as well as Booth ing Care must ho taken to have the surface clean before it is applied and then powder in large quantity maybe dusted on Repenting these layers three or four times will make a paste that will adhere for many hours and is useful for tho occasion when one is unable to renew tho application Convenient burlapIto Apiece a yard and a half long will be heavy enough to pin a half doze skirts to Florists pins are useful In attaching dresses to the strip o safety pins can bo used Bottled Feathers The best way to keep plumes es pecially nice ones from one season to another Is to place them In glass jars fastening the cover securely If white ones are put away in this manner sprinkle them with magnesia and when removed for use they will blight elena and as fluffy as when now ASK 5000000000 FUND THAT SUM TO BE USED IN PUSH ING IRRIGATION Other Resolutions Are Made at Na tlonal Congress In Session at Spokane Wash Spokane WnshAn Issue of 5000 000000 in three per cent bonds for Ir rlgatlon of arid lands improvement of waterways and public roads and draln age Is the plan of the National Irrlga tlon congress In session hero Arthur Hooler of Spokane secretary of the board of control introduced the resolution requesting this great sum at Wednesdays session It is proposed to use this fund in five portions as follows Ono billion for drainage one billion fro Irrigation one billion for deep waterways one billion for good roads and one billion for forest preser vatlon It was asked that a committee present the request to congress A resolution also was introduced planning that where settlers of arid lands have been deprived of the right to reclaim their lands by tho action of tho reclamation service in cutting off water rights such settlers may gain tho right to their lands by the reclamation of one acre In their tracts by paeans of a well J N Teal of Oregon Introduced a resolution condemning the use of the plumage of birds for the decoration ot womens headgear and asking further protection of birds In the west where their activities are a relief from the savage Insects In the forests George Otis Smith director of the geological survey spoke on tho classi fication of public lands Irrigation In South Dakota was discussed by S H Lea state engineer of South Dakota Howard Elliott president of the Northern Pacific railroad spoke on the opportunities of the west Mr Elliott with a note ot bitterness In his voice said that while the railway is second only to the farm er as a developer of the nations resources but few arose to say well done thou good and faithful servo ant FRENCHMAN FLIES OVER ALPS Reach Height Exceeding Three Mlles While Patting over Mount Blano Danger Not Over Chnmonlx France The bal loon Sirius has succeeded In flying over tho Alps The airship left hero last Sunday under tho pilotage of M Spelterlno who had with him three passengers Fears were entertained for the safety of tho voyagers but they have landed safely at a point near Locarno At an altitude of 5400 feet The four men however ntlll had a dangerous path to cover on loot from the place whore they landed Into LocarnoTho Sirius traversed Mount Blanc and soared over the Aiguille du Dru and tho Aiguille Verte The highest altitude attained on the voyage was 5600 meters equal to 18373 feet A successful balloon trip over Mount Blanc and the Alps was made in N vember of 1906 by two Italian aer Hauls In the balloon Milano The greatest altltudo reached on this trip was 20500 feet and tho rarefied at moiphero made It necessary for the men to resort to their supply of oxy gen to keep alive Tho Mllano which went up from Milan came down at AlxleBalns after having cov ered a distance of 175 miles in three hours ROBS ILLINOIS BANK OF 2500 Lone Desperado Holds Up Cashier and Brother and Flees with Large Amount Jacksonville 1I1A daring bank robbery occurred at Franklin Morgan county a lono bandit securing 2600 In currency from a cashier of the Farmers Merchants bank One suspect has been arrested but his Identity has not been proven Between one and two oclock In the afternoon a man clad like n farmer appeared at the cashiers disk and asked to exchange some bills of small denominations for larger ones The cashier went to the vault to got the bills When he emerged the robber was inside tho railing and covered him with n revolver demanding the bank e cash SWEDENS STRIKE WEAKENS Backbone of the Trouble Broken and Many Men Are Returning to Their Work Stockholm The belief Is gaining ground that the backbone of the gen oral strike has been broken Workmen of various kinds resumed their duties In Increasing numbers Wednes day and it Is expected that tho printers soon will return to work All the newspapers In Stockholm are issuing band printed sheets while those In the south are being printed in Den mark Big Land Winning a Lark orthe Flathead land distribution Is n parently not excited over his good fortune although he has been in formed that his allotment is worth 50000 He registered for the draw ings just for a lark he says Remove Ban on American Cattle Buenos Ayres Tho minister of agriculture has nnnuled the decree of intArgentinao Paul on- Christian Love Sonihjr School Ltuon for Aoput 291909 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXT 1 Cor 1MI3 Mem ory verse 8- GOLDEN TEXT And now abldeth faith hope love these three but the greatest of these li love1 Co 1313 TIMEThe Klnt Bplitle to the Cor Inthlani was written from Kphesus In the spring of A D 57 Suggestion and Practical Thought 1 Love Completes All Virtues and Makes Perfect All the Good Things of LlfcVs 13 First Eloquence unin spired by real love not seeking tho highest good of the hearer is but sounding brass or a tinkling cym bal mere noise without harmony without meaning without the soul of music This Is true even If we had the gift of tongues bestowed by tho Holy Spirit at Pentecost Second Knowledge is powerless to build up character nod the Christian life unless it Is guided and tilled with loveThird Fnlth 2 And though I have all faith so that I could remove mountains as promised in Matt 1720 2121 the mightiest and most enduring faith One may have the most strenuous faith in the facts and doctrines of Christianity without the faith that moves and touches the heart faith that knows but does not obey And have not charity He does not assert that one can have these things without love but says It he could I am nothing A moral cipher without any moral worth or significance weighed In the balance and found wanting Fourth Almsgiving 3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor As the Pharisees gave alms and Ananias sold his property from unworthy motives without love while Barnabas and many others sold theirs from love and Jesus bade the rich young man do the same as an expression ot love and faith Fifth Martyrdom And though I give my body to be burned From unworthy motives from pride for a desire for honor or glory There are persecuted upon whom Jesus pronounces his highest blessing Matt 51012 but they are persecuted for righteousness sake Yet even of these things when done without love It must be said It profiteth me noth Ins There is no virtue in It to be rewarded It does not improve the character nor aid the cause II The Spectrum of Love The Qualities Which Are Combined In Per fect LoveVs 47 Tho absolute Im portance of love as an essential part of all virtues and actions has been shown in the first three verses Our next duty is to learn what love Is Like life love cannot be defined but It can be described and recognized by what It does by Its fruits by the expression of Its qualities It Is like life The greatest scientists cannot tell what It is in Its essence but only describe It by qualities and results First Ingredient Patience 4 Char- Ity love Buffereth long Is patient ofodoingaSecond Ingredient Kindness And is kind Kindness Is love working love In aeries doing as many kind things to as many people as possible Third Ingredient Generosity Charity envleth not Selfishness the opposite of love is the soil In which envy grows Fourth Ingredient Humility Char ity vaunteth not itself does not sound the praises of its own deeds nor proclaim its virtues with a trumpet Is not puffed up With selfconeclt as a soap bubble largo in size but mostlywind Fifth Ingredient Courtesy 5 unseemlyAlmostfrom pride and selfishness Sixth Ingredient Unselfishness Seeketh not her own Is not look lug out for self first of all It seeks to give more than to receive TemperIBlose its temper The peculiarity of ill temper is that It Is the vice of the lrtuous1t is often the one blot on an otherwise noble character No form of vice is more base not world Hness not greed of gold not drunken less Itself does more to unChrlstlan Ue society than evil temper Eighth Ingredient Guilelessness thlnketh no evil Love puts the best construcUon upon the acts of others instead of the worst as many do- Ninth Ingredient Sincerity G Rejolceth not in iniquity Is not repotherefuses to seem good by depreciating others Rejolceth in the truth Bet ter as n V relolceth with tho truth is in sympathy with all that Is true rejolceth whenever it can find a virtue or good deed in others joys in the triumph of virtue It beweth all things The Greek means to protect as a shield protects K soldierOr tildes of a ship protect it against the inrush of the multitudin ous seas or wall and battlements nil attacks of an Invading army fIt belleveth Ml things has perfect loveprudreth all things Goes on bear lag believing and hoping to the end The Immortal ThreeV 13 And now in conclusion nbldeth faith hope charity These three graces faith hope love remold imperishable and immortal Due the greatest ot these is charity Love 1 It is greatest In its nature 1885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all I f Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text I booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gon man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The I highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flratclasstcertificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neceaisary for State certificate TheoryBand r fees r Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he payc peoplewhofor lives of usefulness vrolootthewaTbeAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and training ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents Secretarybeforoone dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary bestbulCooperatlve other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la washingSCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build orIfor most Indents Is 500 a term i6 la courses with Latin and f700 fa Collegiate cranes rent1theFALl14 weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle of term 945- WINTER12 weeks 2900ln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle of term 900Iv t SPRING 10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle ct term 675 c SPRING 4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac lion of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a largo loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which tho student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re celvo a certificate for onehalf the incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills bythe stu dent in person or a brother or sister if presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is Septqmber 15 1909 The first day of Winter term is January 6 1910 The first day of Spring term Is March 301910iFor Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEiF BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of tho men and boys who see it Tho mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 76 cent knifo with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun twin people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That linings In subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have i I 1 THE SOHOOlJ I PLAYTIME IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1 The Educational Value of Play By J W DINSMORE Continued from last week BASEBALL ONLY A TYPE j i It must not bo assumed from the foiegoJng that baseball is the only game it is used hero because It Is a typical American game perhaps the poat uiihersal of school sports and I shows well the educational value of play Thore are games that are I better for the cultivation of patience quallI conIdltlonsment mental and physical ability and weatherDOES COUNTRY CHILD NEED i PLAY We sometimes hear the Idea nd vancod that country children do not need play they get enough exercise from their work and in walking toand from school This thought is based upon the wrong assumption that play i Is only for physical exercise Were this the case the country children would still need play The farm boy Is proverbially awkward and ungainly I The old proverb about all work and no play is true A child that is kept t at work and deprived of play grows dull and listless and old before his time He needs the mental stimulus and exhilaration that comes from competition with his fellows in friend ly sports He should engage In games that bring into play unused muscles I I and that tat his lungs and endurance I He should satisfy his natural desire I to match his powers against others I of his age and size MORE VALUE OF PLAY ILLUS TUATEDIJ play The mental a moral and social I features are of great Importance and- should not be neglected The mental phase has already been noticed Its moral value is well illustrated by the following story told by Mr Lee F Hanmer Field Secretary of the Playground Association of America I I A boy was arrested for stealing apples The judge of the juvenile court turned him over to the probaj tlon officer who took occasion as soon as they were alone to have a heart i to heart talk with him Now Jack I she said I want you to tell me how CLEAN POLITICS The Republicans and Democrats of Hart County Kentucky have enter ed into an agreement to conduct a I campaign in that county this fall in- which no money whiskey or other thing of value shall be used to promote the candidacy of any candidate of either ticket W F Nichols chairman of the Re publican committee of the county Qarj proposing that the Democratic j candidates meet with the Republican Candidates and sign an agreement tha the campaign and election be con ducted without such sordid influences as money and whiskey The Democrats came back and not only accepted the proposition of the Republicans but proposed that ea h- ofithe candidates on both tickets be required to excuse a bond of 2000 with good and approved security that I X you came to get Into this trouble Is it true that you like apples so very well If you cant get them In any other way you just have to steal them Is It your love for apples that Is the cause o all this Jack looked somewhat confused and surprised He haC never thought of It In that light before Then hanging his head In embarasoment he said No maam but It Is such fun to have them chase me Mr Hanmer remarko What that boy wanted was a game net ap pies and the community is not look ing out for its own welfare that does not provide him a means of having his game in a good wholesome way Instead of having It under con ditions that are paving the way for greater offences when he comes to be a man Boys of moral minds do not run in to evil because of any love for doing wrong They have a natural desire for adventure and because of lack of legitimate outlets they often get Into scraps that may lead to serious offenses It is the business of parents and teachers to provide this legiti mate outlet to their energies with amusements that will develop their powers and be an asset all thru life This boundless energy and intense desire to be doing something outside of regular routine Is the teachers great opportunity and should not be neglected To make the most of it much careful planning should be done and the boys own taste and choice should have consideration It is not so much what we think children ought to do and ba as It is what nature prompts them to Unless we are blessed with a fertile imagination and a good memory of our own childhood we are likely to see thru mature eyes and judge accordingly Yet If we have the Imagination and the memory this will be a great help as well as It will furnish the wisdom that la lacking to childhood It may often be necessary to restrain to plan and to direct But a child should be allow ed to think and to plan for himself as far as his capacity will permit The teacher will need to modify to offer suggestions and to place limita tions but he should take his cue large ly from what the child wishes to do and enjoys doing he would not use either money or whiskey and in addition he would offer a reward of 250 for any other candidate convicted of such an offense In addition to all of this the Demo crats proposed that each candidate be required to take a solemn oath that he would not use money or whis key or that he would not subscribe to a campaign fund or promise anyone an office or other thing of value and that he would not reimburse anyone for any work or labor or money used in the coming campaign and election The Republicans accepted the proposition and now the candidates of both parties are going tb have a joint meeting at which all the documents will be sworn to and signed Unreasonable Yes George as you say the convey sation of a barber while cutting your hair Is apt to be sheer nonsense but what cap you expect in the way of mature speech from a mere shaver 7 Harpers WeeklyI4 1WantedHigh School and Grammar School Graduates Ambitious young men and women will be interested in reading Schoolfnx a book issued by The Tribune containing the most complete information about all the leading professions together with details regarding some of the most prominent schools in the United States It will 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 ol any nature whatever 1 = We will mail you this book absolutely freeFill out 4 528t1 I TribuneBureauof School Information1 528 Tribune BuHding Chicago Illinois 1 l NameAgeAddress School Grammar or High School When Graduated L J 1 SHEEP SCAB QUARANTINE From the Bureau of Animal Indus try United States Department of AgricultureThe sheep Industry of Kentucky la In danger from the United States Government quarantine against Kentucky sheep which went into ef fect Monday of this week Tine order for the quarantine provides that sheep shall be moved In terstate from Kentucky only under the following conditions Sheep that are diseased with scabies and that have been dipped once In an approved I dip under the supervision of an Inspector of the Bureau of Animal i Industry within ten days before ship ment may be shipped interstate to a recognized slaughtering center for immediate slaughter If diseased sheep are to be shipped Interstate for stocking or feeding purposes they shall be dipped twice within an In terval of tea days Other sheep may bo moved interstate for feeding or stocking purposes after one dipping under Government supervision or they may be shipped interstate under quar antine restrictions for Immediate slaughter without dipping Inspections and dippings under the regulations will bo performed only at points where Federal Inspectors are stationed Louisville Is at present the only place In the State having dipping facilities but If proper yarding and dipping facilities should be Install ed at other points the Department of Agriculture would consider the advis ability of establishing Inspection at such places for the convenience of shippersThere is no one who Is affected more severely by this than the moun tain farmer for while the roads re main as they are he must depend for raising ready money chiefly on the crops that can take themselves to market such as cattle and other animals and sheep form a large part of this class of crops Also the scab greatly Injures the wool and I lessens the crop so that even it there is no desire to ship tho sheep I their value at home Is greatly lessened In short the scab hurts I the mountains badly and the mount tains has got to do something about It Iii it does not want to suffer severe ly and even to have the Federal em bargo placed against It The Fiscal Courts of different coun ties have a great deal of power in the matter tho most of the work must be done by the Individual fann ers The Fiscal Courts can and should i engage Inspectors who will diagnose propelIers and the state do something and stamp out the disease and the loss end great penalties going with the quarantine can only be averted by acting at once A little work now will save all this and the work willI have to be done sooner or later or i sheep raising will have to be stopp ed In the state There Is no disease which can be thanII ers know this and keep their flocks entirely free from it resulting in a great saving of money to them The cause and cure of the diseases are fully understood and any man that vants to can have a clean flock If even a few men begin to do this the avertled IThe cause of a sheep scab is a Illttle bug about the size of a chig that Is as large as the period at the end of this sentence 1tis grayish in color and the only way to tell that It Is alive Is to put It In something dark colored and see whether it moves This is the only way of knowing surely that a sheep has the scab for other things may cause all the other symptoms The symptoms are very bad when the disease gets a good start First the sheep begins rubbing parts of its back and sides then there appear little scabs which grow larger look ing at first like dandruff but soon becoming running sores The wool falls off the sheep loses flesh and finally If not cured dies But by proper treatment the sheep may be saved and the wool started to growing again This treatment costs about five cents a sheep in flocks where there are a hundred sheep It Is more expensive to cure fewer sbeep but several farmers can always go in together and get the necessary number together To find out whether a sheep has the scab find one of the little spots UfO dandruff or a little scab on Its kin and either carefully pull a lit tle wool out or clip close enough to tleakin to draw a little blood Lay the material on a piece of dark pa per or cloth and put It in a warm place If there are scab mites there they will soon be seen crawling about That means that the sheep has scab and unless treated and cured will lose Its wool and after a while its lifeThe proper treatment of scab is to dip the sheep in a liquid which will kill the mites The dipping has to be repeated In ten or fourteen days as the mites lay little eggs which hatch out in about that time Two dlpptaga a couple of weeks a part will cure any case of scab and kill all tho mites and eggs After the dipping care should bo taken not to put tho sheep back in to the same pasture or stable for a while The sheep will have rub bed off some of tho mites on the walls of tho stable or the trees and fence of tho pasture and it allowed to go back to tho lame places will again get tho mites on them and the disease will get a new start All It needs la to let the sheep get a few mites on them and they will soon be covered They can either got them from a sheep that has them or from the stable or pastures trees and fence So It Is Important after sheep have been cured not to let them get to places where they can get the scab nines After a couple of months or after the stables have been washed with some material to kill the mites the sheep may be safely turned into them again The mites will not live very long oft from a sheeps body and they do not live on any other ani malNext week The Citizen will give more information about the treatment of sheep scab and also full directions for making a dipping tank and Instructions as to how to make the mixture that the sheep should be dipped in to cure the scab The in formation Is all taken from government publications on the subcct and is the best that can be obtained anywhere If yet have sheep try the suggestions given above to see it they have scab and then watch next weeks paper to learn how to cure it I EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued from Uit twe- eurdayMr Zack Proctor is building an addition to his house Mr William Barnett was in Mt Vernon on business Friday Misses Maude and Julia Reynolds and Lou Coffey enjoy ed a visit at the home of their uncle at Langford Sunday Aug SthMr and Mrs Albert Reynolds spent Sat urday and Sunday with the formers falher Miss Ellen Wild who is teaching at Langford spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr T O Reynolds Mr II II Woods and two sons attended the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Aug 11 and12lr Harri son Berdett of this place and Miss Rachel Wilson of London were married Friday Aug 12Mr and Mrs R Anglin are rejoicing over the arrival of a new girl baby There was preaching at the Christian Church Sunday ESTILL COUNTYv STATION CAM Station Camp Aug 1GThe Rev L II Reynolds filled his regular appointment at Station Camp Sunday The Rev Simpson McGuIre held a series of meetings at the Wagersvlllo school house last week and Is now preaching at the Reeves school house Mrs J Kelly of Wagersvllle part of last week with her daughterl Mrs Anne Click and son Kellyti of this placeMr Spencer from Kansas is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Reeves and family Mrs L C Marcum who has been 111 is Improving 0 A Park is not improving much Dr M P Scott who had been feeble for five or six years died last Tues day Interment in the Gumtn cemetery He leaves a wife and several children who have the sympathy of their many friends Anderson Wagers of Jinks has returned from an extend ed trip to Illinois arid Missouri visit- Ing his children Robert and Sumner Wagers of Missouri are visiting friends and relatives of WagersvlllePark- the little son of J Flyun Is very low with typhoid fever J Scrivner wife and daughter L H Flynn wife and son and John Dyer of Wagers vllle visited at Turner Kellys Sunday Mrs L Gourley son and two daugh ters of West Virginia who have been visiting relatives at Wagersvllle and at Wlsemantown have gone home Joe Noland of Station Camp bought seven heifers of Cleveland DlxonL C Marcum bought some Hogs of Owen Arvlne A number of people from Drip Rock Jackson County are mov ing to Oh16and Indiana The Rev Joe Ward has been holding a series of meetings near Slick Ford on Sta tion CampWe had the heaviest electric storm in this vicinity for many yearsMrs Annllda Moores Misses Minnie Richardson and Kate Moores were the guests of Mrs Anne Click Friday evening Miss Pattie Moores who has been taking a business course in a Bowling Green school returned home in poor health last Saturday The Democratic Committee of Estill County met at Irvine last Monday to select a time and place to hold a convention to nominate County offi cersThe corn crops In this section of the country will not be more than 75 per cent of an average crop Thft prices on stock are still good In this vicinity Hogs are from 5 to 7 per hundred pounds and cattle from i- to 5 per hundred pounds f CLAY COUNTY JIUKNINO SPRINGS X Burning Springs Aug 16The many friends of Miss SallIe McQuary hope that she may recover from her long illness Mr Hart who has beep sick with typhoid Is convalescent Robert Lunsford of Lachyr is alsoI sick Ills mother who has cripple for years and who has been making her home with the family of her daughter Mrs Geo Baker Is with himMrs Wm Rnwllngs of Manchester stopped to visit relatives on her vroy home from Jackson County whore lrlICreek where they went to attend the funeral of a relative Mrs Brown vie Itcd her daughter Desalt who torches at the Slier Mine school over Sun day George McDanlel left recently to work In Cincinnati Ho Is one of our most Industrious and upright young men and his friends wish him success Steve Clarkatou has return ed from a very successful week drum ming for a gents furnishing firm Mrs Nancy Wilson of Malcolm visited Mrs White recentlyMrs Doctcr I Webb spout Sunday at the homo of Miss Lizzie Chestnut Mary Hoskins a gradauto of tho Berea College Nor mal Department has been nominated as a candidate for County Superin tendent In Leslie County Many ofI our girls think of entering Berea at I the opening of tho fall term At least four desire to take training In the I Hospital Department The M E church of this place will have preach ing next Sunday night by the Rev Harvey Johnson Mr Bud BroAnlng of Horse Creek mourns the loss of his little girl She was sick only 01 short time with spinal meningitis She was an unusually bright and attractive child We extend to the bereaved family our sympathy In their loss OWSLEY COUNTY TIIAYKLKIIS UIMT Travelers Rest Aug 13Crops are looking promising in this vicinity The Rev D W Drown and others are conducting a revival meeting at Vincent They have a large tent pitched and extraordinary attend ance Tho inerrygoround Is running at full blast at Vincent this week The social at Mr and Mrs S P Cau dells Saturday night was largely attended and much enjoyed Col Benjamin Bother of this place paid Vincent a business call Wednesday Mrs John T Cecil and her little son Ho bert are visiting friends and relat- Ives at Hagan Va this week Soon after their return they will go with Mr Cecil to their home In Estancla New Mexico Among the many who are contemplating a visit to Cincin nati Sunday Aug 22nd arc Mr and Mrs S P Caudell fiTVUOtUo counItl7nWolntjment Hicks Thursday night hold by Bro Wyatt Misses Mantle and Ettle Strong attended camp meeting at Needmore Saturday night and Sunday SURE ENOUGH Its too hot to work And too hot to play Its too hot to go Y And too hot to stay Its too hot to die And too hot to live Too hot to receive And too hot to give Its too hot to sell And too hot to buy Its too hot to ride 9 And too hot to fly o- JI Its too hot to weep And too hot to wish But just about right To lay ore and fish Boston Herald Dignity of British Courts Judge Bacon addressing a solicitor at the close of a case In the White chapel county court recently said I do not wish to suggest any improve ment In the dress or attire of solicit ors but I really do not think It Is proper for a black gown to be on such a light coat The solicitor bowed his acknowledgment to the judge whose objection was well founded on many judicial precedents Law Jour sal Rainy Day Thoaghto When I used to live In the west said the New York woman there seemed to be a good excuse for the rain Whenever It rained wu said How fine It will be for the crops and stayed indoors gladly but here In New York theros no earthly excuse for Its raining day after day and the hops so full of beautiful things we would like to buy- Heres Candor- I like to be complimented once in a while and I enjoy bolng flattered says the editor of the Howard Cour ant but theres one old girl around here making me mighty tired by claiming mo as one of her old beaus Atlanta Constitution Worth Choosing In choosing his men said the Sab bathschool superintendent Gideon did not select those who laid aside their arms and threw themselves down to drink He took those who watched with one eye and drank with the other THE MARKET Berea Pricesa Cabbage now Itfc per Ib V Potatoes new Sac per bu riEggs per doz ICc ijjys Butter per lb iSc BACON r Salt side 1214caDroakt- astBacoh ISc K Premium Bacon 22c i H t- HAMS v Country 14Cil 3Premium V Lard per Ib 12c Pure 1Gc s yFryers on foot boa per Ib v1 lions on foot lOc per Ib ea Feathers per Ib 35caHay U2 per ton vl Corn SOc per bu Wheat per bu G0cll00 Cracked corn 1195 per 100 Ibsit Wheat screening 1130 per 100 lbs Ship stuff 130 per 100 lbs jj t Ties No 1 L N 8x7s9 4Gc culls 20c A- Live Stock V Louisville August 17 69 CATTLE Bert steers and fat holfors 3 15 C 45 Cows 310 4 65 Cutters 1 SO 3 15 Canners 70 2 POI Bulls 1 50 405J- oeeders 3 30 4 65 Stockers 2 03 4 30 Choke milch cows 35 00 42 00 Common to fair 15 00 35 00 Cattle market very dull e CALVES Best 6 40 6 50 Medium 4 4d C 40 Common 2 40 3 00 HOGS 165 Ibs and up 7JH 130 to 165 lbs 7 65 Pigs CCO 745 Roughs 690 down K SHEEP Best lambs 700 7 26 Butcher lambs C 00 6 25 Culls s 300 3 75 Best fat sheep 400 down MESS PORK 1360 TAMSChoice iugar cured light and special cure 14 c and 160 heavy to medium 143c- BREAKFAST BACON 17C SIDES 134a- BELLIES 1344- cSffOULDERS 12tfc DRIED BEEF 14ttc LARD Pure tlercee 12c tub 13c pure leaf tierces He firkins HUc tubs 14cJ- DUTTEHPacklng IStfc Elgin creamery 60 lb tubs 2Sc prints 29c EGGS Case count ISVic POULTRY Hens lltfc roosters Cc springers 15lGc ducks 8c tur keys 12c geese Gc WHEAT No 2 red 102 No 3 1 No2IRYENo2 Northern ICe u What Happened to Alice What became of Alice Green who camo from Pottitown Pa to New York to make her mark In tho world asked some visitors at an art school She was going to do such wonders In Now York I think answered a pupil who had known Allco Green that she walked In front of a surface car she thought was going the other way A Trifle Uncertain Little Jeans parents were enthusias tic bridgeplayers and Jean was more or less familiar with the sight of cards At Sunday school one day tho teacher had been Riving a talk on David Finally she held up a little col ored print of David dressed in royal robes and asked What child can tell me who this Is 7 Out of the silence piped little Jeans voice I think Its a king but it may be a Jack Prepared for Death At the funeral recently of William Lakin aged 90 In Staponhlll church yard DurtononTrontEngland It was found that he had bought his vault 30 years ago and singe then had personally bricked In his wife and daugh ter and other members of the family He had lived within a stonethrow of the grave over 80 years Our Friends Women are more loyal friends es pecially to men of genius than are men to each other That Is one rea son perhaps why the man of genius usually surrounds himself with petti swthepraised when living as well as when deadLondon Sketch TalkIabout sue cess In all enterprises Talk means IrrItatlon alwayswhetherSarah Grand I An Age of Kindness The progress of human sensibility s Is amazing we give soldiers better food and lighter accoutrements and less work to everyone The regime In prisons Is milder charity Is ever In creasing and our children have less to do and longer holidays CountryChina l diplomatic representatives to other countries who are not conversant with the languago of the country 0eeeoeoeeeoeoeoeoechoir4oe019seo eeoSOeoeeeeeo4eeoeoeo- o 0 Vicinityo i 0 oQ0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESeS eo 0 ooooooooo oo OSO oooooooooooo DR BEST DENTIST CITY IllONI tair OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TABLE NORTH BOUND Knoxville 630 B m 1100 p m BEREA 120 p m 400 B m Cincinnati 610 p m 7C5 a m SOUTH BOUNDLocal Cincinnati 645 a m 825 p m BEREA 1 1114 B m 1226 p m Cincinnati 630 B m 825 p m BEREA 1112 B in 1225 p m ICnoxvlllo 700 p m C60 B m EXPRESS TRAINS Stop to let off or take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 436 p m Cincinnati 835 p m Miss Margaret Wallace returned homo Monday from a weeks visit with relatives and friends in Nicholas vlllo and Wilmore Ky Mrs Mulllnn and children of Rock castlo County visited at the homo of Mr and Mrs Joo Evans last week Mrs J L Ambrose with her two children Dahlia and Earl are making an extended trip In tho mountains Mrs Margaret Spenoo and daughter Miss Daisy have returned from a trip In Owslcy County t FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain In good condition Apply to J J Grcenloaf Asaignce Richmond Ky Miss Sybil Noble of Jamestown N Y was a delightful visitor of Mrs J J Drannaman a few days last week Miss Noble was formerly a resident of Berea and has many friends here Dr and Mrs S n Baker Mr and Mrs P Scott attended the Blue Grass Fair last Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Hiram Ely of Hugh were In town Friday and Saturday Dr Moss Gibson of Richmond was In town Friday Miss Grace Adams who line been nursing at tho Gibson Infirmary for several weeks camo home last Fri day to bo with her sister Mary who was very sick for a few days We sell all kinds of feed coal ice cedar and locust posts and best quali ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on tho market Phone 163 Holiday Co Railroad St Berea Ky Rev 0 Rolfo Combs spent a few reiIIathenThe year old child of Mr and Mrs Pleasant Evans died last Friday morn- Ing and was burled Saturday FOR SALE I am leaving Kentucky and sell 74 acres good land on- Wallaceton Pike good house and barn with water near the house and threo good orchards 1 EHhu Blcknell 13t Paint Lick Ky Mr and Mrs J Burdetto returned las Wednesday from a trip to Nla gara Falls and a short stay with their daughter Mrs Vern Mann In Cleveland Ohio MI sLillIan Newcomer Is spending S her vacation at Kerby Knob at the home of Mr Dan Click and family Miss Lizzie Burdette will clerk in Mrs S n Bakers store next week Mrs Baker will spend the week In Cincinnati attending the Millinery Opening for tho coming season Miss Lizzie Sexton attended tho Blue Grass Fair last week at Lazing ton It Is feared that Mrs Margaret Dean who has been sick several days has typhoid fever Sho was removed from her home on Jackson street to the I Hospital Monday t Miss Lucy Holllday is spending he- rr vacation at the home of Mr J W 1 Herndon near Whites Station Quito a large crowd of Johnsons and other friends of the family jmet forIN Drug Co Is having his vacation Mrs n R Coyle is making an ex tended visit with her father Air Frank Hays from her home In 1t t ColoradoMrs Baldwin of London visit ed her sister Mrs S P Clark a few days last week The Rev Cartwrlght ot Bloomlngtoa t Ill began protracted i meetings at t the Glades Disciples Church Wednes day night Everybody invited t lfhO following item reached the of week too late for publlcatlmt- I Mr and Mrs Wm Roberts of Villa Grove III are visiting their daugh tor Mrs W B Brown and family of Rouleau Saskatchewan Canada Marshall Caldwell brother of Hor ace Caldwell a student of Ucrca Col lege and general agent for The Citi zen died last Saturday after a long Illness Horace has tho sympathy of a large number of trlendlln his sorrowMrs D G Martin of Boone with Miss Emma Oldham of Richmond visited at Mr and Mrs Bert Codding tons Sunda- yVANTEDChestnut cord wood cu In five foot longths green or deaden Write Union Tanning Company Jelllco Tenn Mss Ruth Jones who has been 111 at tho Hospital with typhoid fever is improvingSheriff Johnson was called to West Virginia the first of tho week to bring to Kentucky Ernest Hays and Leonard Abncy who were reported to have been caught there It turn ed out that tho captured men wero not Hays and Abney Mr John Drake who has been here a couple of weeks wlth his family has returned to Newport Johnny Qutnu Is very 111 with pneu monia Dr and Mrs Hcrget and son John left Monday Among those from Berea who at tended the Blue Grass Fair wero Mes srs J W Stephens Robert Chrlsman Walter Engle S L Clark J W Dins more Alexander ibis Mr and lrsT J Osborne Mr and Miss Burgess Mr Mr and Mrs Taylor and Dr Best The work on learons Hall is progressing rapidly Mr Westerfield of Artenius Ky was In Berea Tuesday making arrangements for placing his children in school this fall Misses PrlsciHa and Leonora Harris of Vinccnnes Ind who arc spending the summer at Richmond and who visited relatives at heron for a couple of weeks returned to Richmond last SaturdayMiss Lottie Goodell Is spending her vacation in Ohio She is now In Lornln The thunder storm here Sunday was one of the most severe of the summerMrs Russell and two children of Stanford are expected hero this week to visit friends and relatives Mr and Mrs W Cf Hunt have gone to housekeeping in the Rufus Coyle houso on Jackson Street Mr and Mrs Clevo Woolf have mov ed Into a part of the Pasco house on Chestnut Street FOR SALE Ono ot the moat desirable homes In Berea on Center street will bo sold tug 21 at pub lic sale unless previously disposed of 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 the house 100 foot front 200 feet deepJ E Dalton PUBLIC SALE We will offer for sale Wedutwday Sept 15 1009 at 10 oclock a m our farm containing 102 82100 acres situ ated onehalf mile from Kingston Madison County Kentucky on the Kingston and Berea turnpikes ThU farm is ono ot the best improved farms fa the countyunder good fencing and in a high stato of cultivation It Is well watered by numerous sprlnga and ponds There is about one hundred acres In gross forty acres In meadow and the re mainder in cultivation Tho farm Is located in one of the best neighborhoods in Madison County onohalf mile from postofflce church and school house Rural route at the door A modern residence six rooms all necessary outbuildings barn tool house cistern good garden and young orchard The right for fall seeding will be given the purchaser with full posses bloa January 1 191- 0TERMSOnehalt of purchase pile will be required when possession is given Tho remainder in twelve and eighteen months to bear Interest at the rato of six per annum anti paid A lien will bo retained on all the laud until all the purchase money Is paid Any one desiring to see tho farm or for further information call on or write J n Cox R F DNo 3 Richmond Ky or J B Parkes Kingston Ky M F Cox R W Boulware 11 F D No3 Richmond Ky W P Prowltt Auctioneer WHITE WYANDOTTEST- HE BESTBred in line for years by the finest of breeders I have number of Roosters I will sell for the low price of 100 each Call on or see Phone 1273 JOHN MOORE Berea Kentucky eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoNoo e0- i College Items I o 0 o HERE AND THERE i- orsneoeoioeeeoeeeoeoYf oeo- 0 Grover George writes that he la working on a farm near North Am herst Ohio Kolla Hoffman class 08 who last I year taught at Casper Wyoming will enter a medical school In September at Battle Creek Michigan to prepare himself for a medical missionaryI Whitley Mays Robert Porter and O E Isaacs last years students are Middlettown Ohio M Supt Edwards and Mr May at tended Teachers Institute at Deatty vlllo last week They had on exhibition there a collection of work done by the Model Schools Their exhibit last week at Campton Wolfe County created great Interest among the teachers and citizens of that place Clyde Stilwell has changed his work of stenographer for the White Steam Auto Co of Chicago and Is now em ployed on the staff of The Home Herald and Worlds Events He works with Bruce Barton a son of Dr Barton at whose homo ho has livedI since going to Chicago Frank Lavcrlna writes that he has been travelling in Cuba since leaving Borco It Is doubtful If he will return to school next year Abner Stllwell has returned to work in Mr Taylors office I Mrs Calfeo and Mrs Robertson re turned last week from Chautauqua Mr and Mrs Seale and children are expected this week Don Barlow Is spending his vacation at his home in Lltchfleld Ohio s I Prof and Mrs Dlnsmoro Are at Cattletsburg Kentucky where the professor Is Instructor at Teachers Institute Prof O N Ellis who has the north several weeks will this week returnI Word has been received that and Leslie fleece Jewell Main Fred Perry and tJlenn Hoffman will not re turn to school this yearIMr Gamblo for Mbrebead Iy at the Invitation of the County Superintendent tend the Teachers Institute thereIP E Matheney who will of the Academy Department last weekIi a position In Springfield Ohio as stenographerMiss I Roesche is expecting her sister Hattie and her friend Miss Mary Golden Friday They will spend some time in Berea Mr H E Taylor conducted service at Blue Lick Sunday MOORENICELY Mr W T Moore and Mum Minnie Nicely two very popular young people of the town wero quietly married at the home of the bride Tuesday after noon at two oclock by the Rev Hugh McClellan of the First DiscIP- les church of Richmond About fifty of their closest friends were present Many beautiful presents consisting of cutglass silver linen and other things were presented to the bride by friends Shortly after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Moore left for Brodhead where they will spend a few days They will return to the farm of Mr Moores father near Paint Lick to live Their friends extend to the young people hearty congratulations and good wished lor future success and happiness NEWSIcalled as pastor the Rev Charles Coleman of McLeansboro III to take tho place of tho Rev Mr VanWlnklo who goes to Vanceburg Ky the first of September to take up a new pastorate Dr Coleman preached last Sunday IDr Thomson left Tuesday morning for Louisville to attend the annual meeting of tho Colored Business Mens League Booker T Washington will speak there From Louisville Dr Thomson will go to Archbold Ohio to attend tho annual conference of the Missionary Church Association where lie will preach an evangelistic sermon every night for a week lie then goes to spend some time with his mother at Medina Ohio before returning to Berea For tho three Sun pulpitImorn Ing service Prof Robertson preach- Ing next Sunday All other services will be held as usual except that the Sunday night service will be omitted IThe annual picnic of the Baptist School will be held at Slate Lick Springs Friday of this week The wagons will start at 830 from theIrIattendMr II L Taylor will lead prayer meeting at the Union Church tonight PaperSomeare poor people are using coffins mado of paper The coffins are made In all styles of pressed paper pulp just tho same as the common paper buckets When they are varnished and stained they resemble polished wood and in point of durability it Is claimed they aro much better than wooden ones Timber the Ore Mined Here One of the most curious mines In the world is in Tongklng China where la a sand formation at a depth deIis found In good condition and Is used torIon the market the sole and heel1put which when worn out can be un screwed and new leather put in their place The inventor claims that a pair of boots can be soled and heeled In 65 seconds saving 25 per cent on the cost of ordinary boot repairing BackbliderGo Brother backslidingIyou wants ter be a angel but ef you had wings ten foot long youd be too lazy ter OylAtlanta Constitution IAn Obstacle to Mutual Esteem who grow fat and muscular on a chunk of pineapple or the fin of pertecteat while they merely eat to live Singapore Straits Budget Godliness First It is vanity to wish for a long life and to take little care of leading a good llfoA Kempls I Suffering Ladies aro urged to follow the example of thousands of their sisters and take Cardui Cardui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women It is for sick weak ladies with sick female organs lAKE CARD U- J Y7 It Will Help You It is a genuine curative medicine that builds up emalejpainMrsBefore taking Cardui I had given up all hope of myleftand now Cardui has about cured my female trouble AT ALL DRUG STORES Uncle Bentley and the Roosters By Hayden Carrulh lOupjrtnUt tiT J B Llpplncott Co The burden of Uncle Bentley has al ways rested heavily on our town Hav ing not u shadow of business to attend to he has made other peoples buslIness his own and looked after season and out especially out If there Is a thing which nobody done to this Uncle Bentley wantsIbusy hand Ono warm summer Sunday We all at church Our pastor had the passage on turning the weroI check or one akin to it for his and was preaching on peace and quiet and nonresistance He soon had us In a devout mood which must have been beautiful to see and encouraging to the good manor course Uncle Bentley Was there he always was and forever In a front pew with his neck craned up looking backward to see If there was anything that didnt need doing which he could do He always tinkered with the fires In the winter and fussed with the windows In the summer and did his worst with each Ills strongest church point was ushering Not con tent to usher the stranger within our gates he would usher all of us and always thrust us Into pews with just the people we didnt want to sit with If you failed to follow him when he took you in tow he would stop and look back reproachfully describing mighty Indrawlng curves with his arm and if you pretended not to see him be would give a low whistle to attract your attenton the arm work Ing right along like a Holland wind millOn this particular warm summer Sunday Uncle Bentley was In place wearing his long full skirted coat a queer dark bottlegreen purplish blue He had ushered to his own ex ceeding joy and got two men in one pew and given them a single hymn book who wouldnt on weekdays speak to each other I ought to men tion that we had long before made a verb of Uncle Bentley To unclebent ley was to do the wrong thing The minister was floating along smoothly on the subject of peace when Uncle Bentley was observed to throw up his head He had heard a sound outside It was really nothing but one of Deacon Plummers young roosters crowing The deacon lived near and vocal offerings from his poultry were frequent and had ceased to interest anyone except Uncle Bent ey Then in the pauses between the preachers periods we heard the flap ping of wings with sudden stopplngs and starlings Those unregenerate fowls unable to understand the good mans Words were fighting Even this didnt Interest uswe were committed to peace But Uncle Bentley shot up like a JackJnabox and cantered down the aisle Of course his notion was that the roosters were disturbing the services and that it was his duty to go out and stop them We heard vig orous Shoos and Take thats and Consalrn yousl and then Uncle Bentley came back looking very Im portant and as he stalked up the aisle he glanced around and nodded his head saying as clearly as words There where would you be without me Another defiant crow floated in at the window The next moment the rushing and beating of wings began again and down the aisle went Uncle Bentley the long tails of that coat fairly float ing like a cloud behind him There wag further uproar outside and Uncle Bentley was back in his place this time turning around and whispering hoarsely I fixed eml But such was not the case for twice more the very same thing was repeated The last time Uncle Bentley came back he wore a calm smug expression as who should say Now I have fixed mV We should have liked it better If the roosters had fixed Uncle Bentley But nobody paid much attention except Deacon Plummer The thought oc curred to him that perhaps Uncle Bentley had killed the fowls But he hadntHowever there was no more dis turbance without and after a time the sermon closed There was some sort of a special collection to be taken up Of course Uncle Bentley always in sisted on taking up all the collections He hopped up on this occasion and seized the plate with more than usual vigor His struggles with the roosters had evidently stimulated him He soon made the rounds and approached the table in front of the pulpit to de- posIt his harvest As he did so we saw to our horror that the long tails ot that ridiculous coat were violently agitated A sickening suspicion came over us The next moment one of those belligerent young roosters thrust a head out ot either of those coattall pockets One uttered a rau cous crow the other made a vicious dab Uncle Bentey dropped the plate with a scattering of coin seized a coat skirt In each hand and drew it front This dumped both fowls out on the floor where they went at it hammer and tongs What happened after this is a blur in most of our memories All that is certain is that there was an uproar in the congregation especially the younger portion that the deacon began making unsuccessful dives for his poultry that the organist struck up Onward Christian Soldier and that the minister waved us away with out a benediction amid loud shouts of ShoolOft swanny and Drat the pesky critters I from your Uncle BentleyDid serve to subdue Uncle Bentley Not in the least he survived to do worse things Parted In the Middle Ezry Bald Farmer Hayi7I see that since ye have come back from col lego yo wear yer hair spliced right down the middle Now hyurs all I have to say It ye expect ter feed out o my trough yo got to let yer mono fall on ono sldeIuck Superstition of Dickens Charles Dickens refused to lie down unless his bed was placed due north and south He gave notlco to tho rule before arriving 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Louis man who la a stable d toss at a talary of 12000 a year is a I testimonial to the fact that the polo Rat sharks dont pick all the fat plums noiseil red a man who lived without brains Plenty of them but was this one a professional juror Some were die i tressed over the report that tho Hol beln painting might come to Amer- Ica than they were over the parades of unemployed men e Americans in Havana decorated the wreck of the Maine on Memorial day But that pitiful hulk should be j lifted out of the mud of Havana harbor I just the same Now it is alleged England has no J need for a huge navy A huge navy ta like keeping a sixshooter In the houseyou may not need It very j bad often but when you do you want it Mans vanity is great but it Is one 1ofhis strange inconsistencies not to be pleased at big damages assessed against him in broach of Dromise suits as showing how very much he is worth A Gotham coroners jury found that a child had come to its death while undergoing a surgical operation from a surgeons knife slipping and cutting an artery and recommended that the hospital surgeons bo more careful in the future It could easily be seen that this jury was drawn from a nation of humorists r Missouri which is a great producer 1ofthat valuable beast the American the of theV rejoices that price i1 animal is going up In these days of motoring trolleying and other ad ranted methods of transit it Is some- thingt to be proud of that the Amen can mule more than holds his own i And sometimes it is quite a task to bold the American mule The girls employed in the stores in the shopping district of Chicago have organized a war on that queer j and useless class of humanity popu larly known as Street Johnnies They will be ably assisted by a Mashers Police Squad especially detailed b to tho duty which need of such servo ice shows another anomaly In our f higher civilization f The sight of a woman performing i the heavier kinds of labor once deemed fit only for men is still sufficiently novel Yet the census returns show that nearly 25000 women are employed as blacksmiths brick i makers wood choppers stovemgkers and porters Sentiment may deprecate i their increase of numbers in Indus tries requiring strength and endurance But where they possess the requisite physique and are under no Illusions as to degrees of respectabil ity in labor it is not apparent why they should not engage in masculine io occupations as freely as tncy like tAmerlcrn travelers in Europe have had an uncommon chance to see ex- citingj sights in tho last few months A number were in Sicily at the time of the earthquake and now several have looked upon the lighting in Con etantlnople l I THAW WILL APPEAL MOTHERS WEALTH WILL BACK SLAYER IN NEW FIGHT FOR LIBERTY GOES BACK TO MATTEAWAN Justice Mill Declares Stanford Whites Murderer Is Still Insane Declares Wifes Story False Be lieves Prisoner Whipped Girls White Plains N Y Backed by his mothers great wealth Harry K Thaw who was taken back to the Matteawan insane asylum under the decision ren dered Thursday by Justice Mills will soon begin another fight for his liber ty this time in the court of appeals Justice Mills in dismissing the habeas corpus declared the release of the petitioner would be dangerous to the public peace and safety There Is no crumb of comfort for Thaw in the 7000word opinion hand ed down by Justice Mills All the contentions of his old adversary Die trict Attorney Jerome are supported and it is declared that Thaw Is still insane still suffering from persistent delusions and still as much a para noiac as on the day he shot Stanford WhiteThaw waiting in the White Plains Jail at the rear of the courthouse where the decision was filed received the news with an outward calmness which appeared however more forced than real The members of his family and his attorney seemed stunned by the thoroughness of their defeat Thaw declined to give out any extended statement contenting himself with the as sertion that he was not disheartened and would at once continue his fight for libertyMy effort he said will bo centered upon the court of appeals through which I expect to secure a hearing before a jury in my effort to have commitment to Matteawan set asideIJustice Mills in his opinion reaches these three formal conclusions That Thaw was Insane when he killed White That he has not yet recovered That public peace and safety would be endangered by setting him at large lIe upholds District Attorney Je romes contentions that Thaw still cherishes delusions regarding the practices of Stanford White and his associatesJustice Mills characterizes Evelyn Thaws tale of the Madison Square tower room and similar stories about White told at the sanity hearing at wild and grossly improbable evident ly to any normal mind grossly exag gerated He asserts his belief In the testimony of Susan Merrill regarding Thaws alleged whipping of girls and points out the contrast between Thaws chivalrous attitude as a protector of young American womanhood and his private life Justice Mills expressed deep sym pathy for Mrs Mary Copley Thaw the prisoners mother and her exposi tion of the horrors of Matteawan on the stand evidently prompted his recommendation that Thaw be al lowed greater privileges at that insti tution At the same time he gently chided Mrs Thaw for her censure of District Attorney Jerome of whom ho said I find no evidence of any heartlessness or undue zeal on his partNot the least significant sentence in Justice Mills decision in the opinion of lawyers here is one which declares that Thaws delusions had become fixed and established before the time of his marriage- It is pointed out that this sentence may if desired prove grounds for proceedings by Mrs Evelyn Thaw for the annulment of her marriage HAS POSTAL CARDOMANIA Cincinnati Man Gives This as Reason for Slapping Wife and Court Releases Him- CinetnnatlWilliam Schenck of Elwood place offered a novel excuse for slapping his wife when he faced Judge Hoffman in the police court Wednesday He claimed that he was a victim of postal cardomania and charged his wife with sending them Ho presented several cards to the courtOn one was written All in and down and out another showed a handsome young woman with out stretched arms yawning Underneath the picture was printed tho words I do not care if he never comes back Another had written on it Come in the water is fine Tho wife claimed that Schenck had slapped and then punched her in the faco while he was talking with her Sunday night He was released t Atlantic City Gets G A R Salt Lake City Utah Atlantic City was chosen as the meeting place of encampment of 1910 of the Grand Army of the Republic Rev Daniel Ryan of Indianapolis was elected chaplain and E S Bryce of Now York trustee of tho sinking fund Child Killed by Lightning Sycamore JllNora the fiveyear old daughter of James Roach was In stantly killed by lightning and her sister Alice rendered unconscious and badly burned L INOW THAT THE OLD MAN SLUMBERS THE TIMID SUITOR MAY PROCEED SAFELY WITH HIS WOOING AMERICA TO WARN JAPAN UNCLE SAM TO CALL HALT IF CHINAS DOORS CLOSE Crisis Seems to Be NearEuropean Powers Alto Watching Actions of Mikados Government Washington The United States will call Japan to task If any attempt is made to close the doors of China to the trade of this country Such a step has been definitely decided upon and Japan knows It The open door was Insisted upon by the United States ten years ago when Russia was dominant in China and when Japan was clamoring for trade The action of the United States at that time was highly pleasing to Japan and contributed to the success of the Japanese in expelling Russia although that was far from the purpose of the Washington government Because the United States Insisted on the open door at that time the Japanese government regarded It as an act of friendship to Tokyl and not a firm and irrevocable stroke of Amer ican policy Now Japan Is to learn that tho American contention for tho open door in China was not directed at Russia but at all powers that at tempt to dominate China to the exclu sion of United States commerce Russia today is occupying much the same position that Japan did ten years ago when Secretary Hay Insist ed on tho open door Tho Dear Is watching Japans con duct very closely for any breach in Manchuria that would justify protest Not only Russia Is watching Japans conduct but so are Germany France Holland Italy and Austria throughout continental Europe as well as In the United States to see whether Japan in any way violates the principles con tended for by the powers and for this reason her actions will be watched closely by them Should such probability become evident the time will be ripe jot some very pertinent ques tions directed to the Japanese govern ment as to her motives and Intentions The government is considering the appointment to this office of ChaoErh Hsun formerly governor of Mukden MISS SANTA CLAUS SUICIDE Had Letters to Kris Krlngle from Children Sent to Her and Sent Gifts Philadelphia Miss Elizabeth- A Phillips known widely as Miss Santa Claus committed suicide by Inhaling Illuminating gas She was found in a room at her home with a gas tube in her mouth Miss Phillips enjoyed almost ana tlonal reputation by reason of her work at Christmas time among the poor children For weeks prior to Christmas of each year she collected funds which sho expended for toys and clothing for the needy and on Christmas evo she visited the homes of tho children In a big automobile Two years ago at her request all tbe letters written by children and mailed to Santa Claus wero delivered to her and the requests of tho chil dren as far as possible were com plied with Educator Killed by Train Burlington Vt Prof Wilhelm Bernhnrdt of Washington D C a wellknown educator and author was struck and killed by a train on the Rutland railroad here Ho was upending tho summer here Prof Dernhardt was about 60 years of ago and for many years was director of German in the Washington high schools Balloonists Cross Frontier Line Beuthen Prussia According to a report received at the headquarters here of tho German frontier guard a German military balloon carrying three army officers drifted across tho frontier near Mllowlco and came down In Russian territory The occupants were halted by a guard Rear Admiral Thomson Dead Seattle Wash Rear Admiral Judah Thomson U S N retired died at Providence hospital after a long 1lI UCSH aged ti7 years TIPTON BANK REOPENS Gets 200000 Cash and Prepares to Resume Business Monday Morn lngMarker Successors Chosen Tipton lndTwo hundred thou sand dollars were placed upon the counter of the First National bank of this city by a special express messen ger Friday preparatory to tho reopen ing of the Institution Monday morning The bank has been closed slnco Noah Marker assistant cashier disappeared and since it was learned that the funds were short The money was the first installment of 600000 which was In tho vault before the bank opened The following notice was placed in the bank window- Stockholders have put up cash to cover all shortages and bad accounts Cash is now on hand to pay every de posltor In full and any obligations of any kind The bank expects to open for business Monday morning George Shortie Jr and John B Shirk were elected cashier and assist ant cashier respectively IRRIGATION MEET CLOSES National Congress Endorses Both Pin chot and Newell and Elects New Officers Spokano Wash With tho elec tion of officers the selection of Pueblo Col as the next meeting place the passage of resolutions com mending both tho efforts of Pinchot and Newell In the forestry and recla mation bureaus asking a 10000000 Irrigation fund from congress and commending the Mississippi deep wa terways the seventh National Irriga tion congress has ended Tho officers are B A Fowler of Phoenix Ariz president Arthur Hooker Spokane secretary Ralph Twltchell New Mexico vice preal dent R W Young Utah second vice president L Newman Montana third vicepresident F W Flemmlng New Mexico fourth vicepresident E J Watson South Carolina fifth vice president MAD MAN SEES GOVERNOR Fugitive Maniac Makes an Unexpected Visit to the Offices of Georgia Executive Atlanta Ga R E Dunning ton a former Inmate of the State Hospital for the Insane who resisted arrest at Augusta last week by barri cading himself in a house and shoot ing an officer who approached too near his place of refuge later escap- Ing and fleeing Into South Carolina made an unexpected visit to Gov Joo Brown at the executive office in the capitol Dunnnlgton came to appeal to the governor for protection from what ho termed tho persecution of his rela tives and some people who were he said unnecessarily alarmed for fear that he might commit murder MILTON DEL FLAMESWEPT Loss of 150000 Is Sustained In Fierce BlazeFour Solid Blocks Destroyed Dover Del Four blocks of tho town of Milton Del a lumber and canning center wero entirely destroyed by fire causing a loss which will exceed 150000 At one time more than 150 build ings were on fire but the arrival of firemen from surrounding towns saved all but 38 buildings from complete de struction Bacon May Succeed White LondonFormer Secretary of State Robert Bacon who Is now In England maintains strict silence with regard to tho report that he Is to succeed Henry White as American ambassa dor to Franco Assassinated nt Own Home Lexington KyMrs George Eu bank was nsoosslnated as she sat on the porch of her home in Lincoln county Two men who passed in a buggy are believed to have done the shooting 30DEAEJ 0- BY INJURED EARTHQUAKE IN CENTRAL JAPANWIDE AREA I AFFECTED SHOCK RAZES 362 BUILDINGS Thousands of Others Badly Damaged River Banks Break and Towns Inundated Mountain Formation Changed Tokyo Reports received Sunday concerning the earthquake In Central Japan Saturday afternoon show that there wero a number of fatalities and that great damage was done property The dead at present is said to be 30 though it Is feared that the fatalities will bo greatly Increased when the outlying districts aro heard from Tho number of persons Injured Is 82 Thus far 3G2 buildings including many tem ples are reported to have been destroyed and more than ono thousand others badly damaged The shock occurred at 330 oclock Saturday afternoon and affected u wide area In tho Shiga and Glfu pro fectures Tho town of Osaka In Glfu suffered terribly The banks of tho HIda river there broke and tho sur rounding country was Inundated The people of tho district fled to high ground and remained In the open all night Intermittent shocks wero felt thoughout Saturday night and early Sunday morning The mountain Ibukl a short dis tance west of Glfu emitted smoko in the early stages of tbo earthquake sail then collapsed with a tremendous roar Tho formation of tho mountain was completely changeds Slight damage was dono at Nagoya to the southward of Cite and neigh boring villages MOTHERS TERRIBLE DEED Asphyxiated Herself and Three Chil dren In a Bathroom Sha Was Hopelessly III Chicago Mrs Mario handed Sunday committed suicide and at me seine time asphyxiated her three boy babies Sho had carefully bathed and dressed her three children ono 4 years old and the other two 2 years oldund carried them into tbo bath room whcro sho had closed the door end turned on the gas Mrs handed had been ill for some time and apparently was able to Fat no relief She leaves four other Children ranging In ago from 5 to 16 Lake Disappears During Nght La Crosse Wls Beautiful Lake Como at Hckab Mina just across the state line a resort much patronized by southern tourists disappeared during tho night When the residents of the village arose Sunday morning they were amazed to see nothing but a bed of shifting sand covered with dying fish A dam 300 feet long at the foot of the lake went out with a roar early Sunday morning but this falls to account for the utter disappearance ol tho lake Negro Lynched Monroe LaNews was received hero Sunday of the lynching of n ne gro near Doss in Moorchouse pnrlsn The negro was hanged from a tree by the roadside near his home and his body riddled with bullets Consider able 111 feeling Is said to have been entertained against him because no brought suit against a white resident of that community who had killed a cow belonging to the negro Blew His Head Off With Dynamite Poorla III Charles P Jones aged 73 whose home Is at Hanna City HI blow his head off with a dynamite cartridge in a ravine near the Peons State Hospital for tho Insane The blast severed his bead front the body as It dono by a guillotine and while nothing could be found of the head the body was In good shape Jones was admitted to tho asylum August 3 on his owji request lentWadley GaThq plant of the Wad loy Yellow Pine Lumber Co and a largo quantity of lumber were de Btroyed by fire entailing a loss of ap proximately 150000 with 100000 insurance MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Aug 14CattleExtra 660 Calves Extra 800 Hogs Choice 8805 Sheep Extra 460 Lambs Spring 7750785 Flour Spring patent 0400605 WheatNo 2 red 1080110 Corn No 2 mixed G9070 OatsNo 2 mixed 3714038 Rye No 2 choice 75075 Hay Choice tlmotry 1650 017 Butter Dairy 20c Kggs Per dos 20thc ApplesCholce 1IiOj 3 Potatoes Per brl 1500175 Tobacco Burlvy 115001850 Chicago Aug HWhoatNo 2 red 1070108 Corn No 2 mixed C54e Oats No 2 mixed 3c Pork 7Prlmo mess 20452050 Lard Prime 1132- Louisville Aug HWhiatNo 2 red 144 CornNo 2 mixed 79- cOatsNo 2 mixed 531 Hay Choice timothy IG Hogs Extrn Extra 0800775 LardSteam- p75 Indianapolis Aug HCrtllcPrime i250075V lloraExtra 7b5 G805 SlieeiExtrd j0550 y DECREASE IN DRINKING HABIT Better Living Conditions and Health ier Amusements Tend to Lessen Drunkenness It is only proper and right that the publics attention should bo called Ire quently to the evils of Intemperance Few of us meanwhile realize what Im menso strides humanity has made In tho course of the centuries toward temperance says L 1C Friedman In tho Chicago Dally News i As late ns 173C we aro told by Porter In his Progress of the Na t lion tho favor in which Intoxicating drinks were held by tho people had reached suck a point as to occasion continued debates In parliament and to call for remedies of a very stringent character It was then tho prac taco of some keepers of liquor shops to entice customers with a notice to the following effect painted on a board outside the tippling house You may get drunk for n penny dead drunk for two pence and have clean straw for nothing Tho mere dif ference In public opinion In our own day and In the age which would tot orate such a vicious appeal to the lowest of Instincts perhaps Is Its own best comment 0When tho legislators of that time thinking to correct tho abuse by In creasing tho price of spirituous liquors proposed a duty of 20 shillings nUO a gallon the act led to riot and violence on tho part of tho populace The secret sale of gin went on In defiance of the law Says tho historian The demand for penalties the offenders werv unable to pay filled the prisons and by removing every restraint plunged them Into courses more audaciously criminal- In March 1738 a proclamation wan Issued to enforce tho gin act to protect tho officers of justice In their ef forts to that end and threatening of tendons with punishment Within less than two years from Its passage 12 000 persons had been subjected to fines The harsh measures failed ut terly as any measure unsupported by public feeling always must fall Nor were those habits of drunkenness Porter again remarks con fined to the laboring clauses What would now bo called drinking to ox cess was then so much tho custom In every circle that It was as uncommon for any party to separate while any member of It remained sober as It Is now for ono in such n party to degrade himself through Intoxication In those days It rarely happened that men holding tho rank and otherwise bearing tho character of gentlemen partyInmales and thus all were debarred from the sweetest hours of rational enjoyment which now spring from social Intercourse The contemporary novels verify these words With reference to this same period another authority tells us No loss of character was Incurred by habitual gentlemen andItfrivolous objection to a citizen who aspired to tho dignity of alderman habltunldrunkardIf ono seeks an explanation for tbo decreaseinfinds It not In drastic laws or compul sory prohibition but In tho growth of Intelligence among tho people in an enlightened public opinion In tho spread of education refinement and thereuponDotterwages and shorter hours and the di version of the people from grosser healthyamusements factors in the movement Nor is itto be doubted that these same benefi ashumanityrience will lead to a greater and drinkinghnbltan evil that of pointing out Its bad effects to those who indulge in It has proved the beat and tho most lasting Gloom In Jersey There in gloom among the saloon wasbroughtat the last session of tho legislature obtained tho passage of an act which prohibits the use of signs or emblems justtoorJulyplaceslavobrewers and It is estimated that the new lay will save them about 200 000 annually Exchange No License Gain In New York Yatu county Is tho first county In tho State of New York to vote out onlythoprevailing sentiment Tho result of this election which was a notable victory for the temperance forces will not go Into effect tll the coming Oc tober It is believed that this success will instigate tho temperance people throughout the state to renewed ef forts which will result In further vie tortes during the coming year 1 t1 shoiallfA AUR9k4tll tIIF3D or IAMO PBOPLt yJJ HE autograph fiend has moro amusing fad just now rtho of or dlnary signatures of ex traordinary folk and tho newest thing this bobby necessitates tho possession of ghost to hold tho signa which ghosts tho eminent ones These little books are becoming very popular both In London and in New York They have An advantage over tho ordinary autograph album because the collecting of signatures has been so overdone that many ot Uio great ones rubber facsimiles made of their very best autographs not tho kind that appears on their checks and Instead of taking time to respond whenever a stamped and addressed envelope Is inclosed all they do is to pass the letter request and envelope over to their secretary or perhaps It never gets beyond tho secretary at alland tho autograph Is stamped on In such a manner that it serves tho purpose well and saves Mr Author Mr Actor or Mr Singer a lot of time and trouble Hut a request for a name in ones ghost book has a certain novelty about it and there IB too considerable curiosity to leo Just what sort of a ghost ones name will make 10 that nearly everyone will take the trouble to picture his ghost for you In making the collection for a ghost book partially reproduced here many well ltnown men and women wore asked for ghosts President and Mrs Taft wore immensely amused at the Idea and both took tho keen eat seeing how their ghosts would turn out Tho big statesman adjusted his glasses fold ed with tho utmost precision the paper which ho was to inscribe his ghost looked around for a stub pen which unfortunately ho could not find on his desk In tho Hot Springs bungalow and then ho wrote his name and hastily folded back the paper Cannot say that for such a big man as I am In the flesh my shoat cuts such a wide swath ho laugh ingly remarked as ho hold paper up for Mrs to view Hut anyhow tho smaller ones ghost tho bettor perhaps ho added Mrs Taft was moro pleased with her ghost she was with that of her husband You are more important Just now but my ghost is n far more artistic creature than yours and really moro spirituelle she laughed It will bo no ticed that n part ot Mrs TaftB ghost bears n re markablo resem blanco to n Mo sonic emblem Ills Mary Gar den practiced itov eral times on her i ors ghost book Ghosts like ev f erything else Im t provo by practice nnd I look upon my final ghost as a worthy effort laughed Miss Gar den In fact I see tho urn above from which my spook must have o e bopped out she said and sure a- fari than mere col in a book tures portray tho of have bad interest In on the Taft than z enough If one will look at tho prima donnas ghost it will bo found quite true Miss Geraldine Farrar was enchanted with tier ghost which she said looked llko a veritable butterfly How splendid to bo so picturesque a ghost Mies Farrar commentedt S Miss Emma C Thursby has one of tho most remarkable ghosts of all and for beauty and symmetry it is quite as pleasing as a wrought iron work design or a Japanese brass candle stick I prefer to think of it as something that was designed by tho shades of some Japanese artist which Idea I absorbed when I visited someA 7ot the great temples in Japan said Miss Thursby Lady Warwick says she doesnt believe In ghosts at all but she was very much Impressed by tho appearance of her titled name when her t ghost became a reality I think I shall design a book plate out of it That wouldnt bo a bad f idea would IU tho countess added as she viewed tho strong bold writing that formed her signature t Lady Cosmo DuffGordon was enchanted with bar ghost and ghostcollecting has become such a fad with her that she has purchased a dozen of tho little volumes for her friends I put my ghost in each one and I suppose I must bo a i woman of a number of selves or else there are a number of warring ghosts in my ancestry for each one of my signatures produced a ghost so totally different from tho others that one would scarcely believe that they came Irons the same name and handwriting But I am rather pleased with tho idea for what is more prosaic than lack of variety I have made my fortune by original and diverse designs in the making of frocks said tho titled dressmaker so why shouldnt my ghost signatures portray that characteristic When Mrs Elinor Glyn author of Three Weeks had made her ghost she thought that it boro some resemblance to n tiger and eagerly pointed out its claws Tho tiger Is essentially one of my transmigrations or shall I say mani festations remarked Mrs Glyn Hence my tiger ghost Paul would be pleased with that she added wilt a smile Emmy Destinn tho gifted Bohemian prima donna of the Royal opera house Berlin who has just finished a brilliant first season In America said that silo could see in her ghost the shades of the late empress dowager of china That fancy may have occurred to her because when sho made her ghost the news of tho death of the Chinese empress had just been received Georgo Bernard Shaw hasnt time for ghosts or interviews or writer folk at all ho says yet this most Inconsistent of men generally gives his Interview and sees tho writer person and hero wo have tits ghost Mr Shaw generally makes it as uncomfortable as possible for the interviewer before allowing him to be admitted but after that tho genial blueeyed Irishman Is Irresistible and ono readily forgives him any thing that has seemed rude Thd writer sent a note asking for an interview with Mr Shaw in his chambers just off the Embankment in Lon don last summer and in response Mr Shaw characteristically wrote My Dear Miss I will have ten minutes rest tomorrow some tlmo between 11 and 1230 If you catch me during tho ten minutes I will ice you If you stay longer I will throw you out of tho window GEORGE D S Tho writer went at a quarter to twelve and Mr Shaw talked and talked and talked until nearly one oclock and not a word was saidabout the window or the playwrights strong right arml For a man of his brusque threats Mr Shaw has avery mild and diminutivelooking ghost Halllo Ermlnic Rives has a ghost that might be of Oriental origin for it resembles an antique and elaborately carved vase of Chinese design more thun anything else Perhaps it is meant for tho urn that contains my shades tho novel tat laughingly remarked Of course ono may just care to have the ghosts of ones friends and not particularly those of people celebrated In tho art literary or politi cal worlds and than it will be a simple matter to fill up ones ghost book for the making of ghosts will be found to bo qulto a novelty at a tea or other social affair and taken along with ones hand luggage on an ocean voyage a ghost book will provo a source of endless amusement while it will make a lasting souvenir of tho trip The ghost book Itself is a small affair that can bo gotten in tho pocket of an overcoat or can be carried easily in a muff or big hand bag so that one can always take It along with out any trouble When you ask for a ghost signature you prepare the page for tho writing by folding It and tho person whoso ghost you are after writes directly on tho line of the fold A stub pen which holds a largo amount of ink Is best for this purpose as the size and mystery of tho ghost depend largely upon the ink After the name is written the page is folded together again without blot ting and lo the ghost appears Try It and seel It is not necessary to have a book One can tiara the signatures written qn separate sheets of paper and collect them but care must be taken to use soft paper that will absorb the ink readily Those separate sheets can then be pasted into a scrapbook but tho little ghost book Itself will be found more convenient At the top of a page in the ghost book is a small dotted lino for the date and below appears another line for tho writing of the name after tho ghost is made so that after all In a ghost book ono gets a genuine autograph as well as the spook signature Vhllo several ghost signatures of the same person will often show an apparent wide differ ence in conformation owing to the shape of the pen the flow of tho ink and tho amount of pres sure used a more careful scrutiny will make it clear that the chief char acteristics hold through out The ghost is true to typeWho then will inter prct and reveal tho true meaning of our ghost au tographs Hero is a now field for investigation and amusement With the advent of the ghost book wo have a new twist to an old old fad Travelers In central Europe as early as tho fourteenth century used to carry their Book of Friends an octavo vol umo in which names and sentiments wero in scribed On their return home they could show an interesting record of the famous personages they had mbt Those are the first autograph alt bums of which we hear but the passion for col lectlng manuscripts and autographs is as old as tho history of cultured society and Is not without its romantic side Ono of the Ptolemies once paid the starving Athenians In wheat for the privilege of copying some treasured manuscripts of tho immortal Greek dramatists Tho wretch kept tho originals and returned the copies If it had been the ghost signatures of Euripides and Sophocles that tho unscrupulous ruler was after ho would not have found It easy to perpetrate so heartless a trick MONEY THAT GOES ABROAD Europe is a lovely place the grave of Shakespeare is a noble sight and its worth money to see the hillsides that produce the wino that mado the Rhino famous But this year it was Broadway Bath Beach Kokomo or Kalamazoo for a large number of worthy American citizens whose custom it has been to spend the sultry months across the waterIts the old story of Balaklava over again only worse Some millions have blundered Times are twisted up in a hard knot and we are just beginning to get the kinks out Nobody knows what is going to bo the outcome of the new tariff law The Indications are good for a poor wheat crop Panama hats and overcoats are selling side by side in the open marketIn there is no time like the present for staying at homo and at tending to business In these crucial circumstances 200000 persons have contented to make tho sacrifice At any rate such are tho present Indl cations This moans something to the rest of the coun try Paying to see Europe is our an nual blood Ietting operation Millions upon millions aro taken out of our national clrcula tion We work hard during the winter either at earning money or at getting It from those who have earned it then hustle across the water to fatten up the Swiss guides and tho hotel keepers That is about 1200000 of us do Tho other 78SOOOOO do their traveling In their sleep so they can be back next morning in time for work The rich American going abroad counts only ono on the passenger list but he must be carefully considered in any estimate Ho spreads out the chart upon his desk An exceedingly nnxloustopleaso agent of tho steamship company is at his side Hero is something up near the bow that Is Just rightso the steam ship man says Not for a minute says the man who has the last say It Is too far up in front Tho motion of the boat would put him out of busi ness the first day What else Oh an exquisite suite amidships Its great The Countess do Spitzbergen never takes anything else when she Is going to or coming from America Beautiful parlor mahogany finish Bed room In ivory Bathroom in baby blue Maids quarters And the rate for two adults and one servant is only 1700 Will the gentleman take It Indeed ho will not The Countess of Spitzber gen may travel in tho hold if she likes but no baby blue or mahogany can lure him to a point over tho engines Why didnt he como over once In a suite thus located Didnt the incessant coughing wheezing trembling and sneezing of tho machinery nearly drive him wild Not a wink of sleep from the tlmo he went abroad until ho got home Friends thought ho had been sick when he showed himself in the street Oh very well Heros an equally beautiful suite far removed from the enginesback toward the stern Occupants of these apartments often call for the captain to ask what makes the boat go because they can hear no nolso nor feel any vibration Highly recommended by the best phy Blclans to nervous patients Price the same Did any ono ever hear of such stupidity Here our patient multimillionaire has explained in do tall that ho cannot travel at the bow of a ship because tho motion is too great and the agent has shown him a suite near tho stern Whats the difference between tho bow and tho stern any way Isnt each end balanced in the middle where it will go up and down like tho end of a walkingbeam Well a steamship man who doesnt know any more than that can go back home Mr MultiMillionaire will travel by some line that at least employs persons of intelligence BRIEF STATE NEWS Items of Special Interest to Our Readers GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES Blue Grass Fair Closes with Beat Display of Thoroughbred Horses Seen In Years T C McDowell Securing Greatest Number of Premiums Lexington KyThe show of thor oughbred horses was tho feature of tho closing day of the Bluer Grass fair and It was one of the boot that has been seen hero In years tho en tries being more numerous than ordi narily tho quality of tho horses finer and tho general interest of the breed ers and patrons keener T C McDow ell secured the greatest number of premiums five firsts and two seconds James R Keeno got two firsts and two seconds J N Oamden ono flrst and ono second Milton Young one first W E Applegate two sec onds H P Headley and George B Ott ono second cachoG D Wilma was tho judge- PROMINENT WOMAN SUICIDES Wife of Louisville Lawyer Ends Life by Shooting Herself Louisville Ky Pinning two red roses to a farewell note which she dis patched to her daughter ill in an In firmary Mrs May Spindle wife of Thaddcus W Spindle law partner of Aaron Kohn ended life rby shooting herself in the mopth with a revolver No tragedy in all tho list of suicides in several years has so stirred Louts ville Alone in her homo on Fourth avenue and lying upon tho bed in her room Mrs Spindle committed tho aw ful deed The maddening pain of frequent headaches and the effects of morphine and chloroform which her physicians declare she took con stantly are believed to have been the cause of her deed- SENATOR BRADLEY WIRES Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Ask ing Him to Hold Off Quaran tine Order Lexington KySenator W 0 Bradley while hero sent a telegram to Sec retary of Agriculture Wilson asking him to await tho coming of Commis sioner of Agriculture Rankin Secre tary of State Bruner and W T Chil ton of Campbellsburg president of the Kentucky Sheep Breeders association who left for Washington to intercede with Secretary of Agriculture Wilson in an effort to have him hold off the quarantine on Kentucky sheep They will endeavor to show that the scabies which affects the Kentucky sheep is being eradicated and that a quaran tine will be unnecessary BENZOATE OF SODA IN FOODS Circular Sent to Physicians of Ken tucky Asking Their Opinion as to Its Effect Frankfort Ky Director M A Sco vell of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station at Lexington has issued a circular to tho physicians of Kentucky requesting their opinion as to the use of benzoic acid and ben zoate of soda in foods The result of Director Scovells inquiries may determine what action will be taken as to the enforcement of tho pure food and drug laws of the state with ref erence to these food preservatives WILL ASKED To Prevent State Officials Making Tu berculous Test4 Louisville Ky Application for an Injunction against state health olllcials to prevent tuberculous tests of dairy herds will be made by the Dairymens Protective association bringing on tho fight between the health officials and the dairy owners The case will probably be carried to tho court of appeals When Dr F T Elsenman state veteri narian attempted to inspect the herd ot Anton Belchmuth police assistance was required QUARANTINE AGAINST SHEEP Message from Secretary of State Bru ner Says It Will Not Take Ef fect at Once Frankfort Ky Evidently tho quarantine against sheep in Kentucky will not become effective at once for Sec retary of State Bruner telegraphed the employes of his office here tram Washington D C Wo win This message is taken to mean that there would be no quarantine against sheep until at least September 1 and that the purpose of tho committee in calling upon Secretary Wilson has been accomplished Providence KyWork has com menced on tho new tobacco factory at this place Tho building Is being erected by tho Imperial Tobaccb Co and will cost about 50000 It will be ono of tho largest tobacco factories in Central Kentucky Louisville Ky While preparing to climb up into tho cab of his engine for his run Jeremiah Corkery 5G ono of the best known railroad engineers- of this section dropped dead in the round house of tho Louisville and tashvllle railroad I The Commonwealth J Lexington KyThe Combs Lumber Co was awarded the contract to build the now dormitory for boys at the reform school near this city on the bid of 19S45 Louisville KyTho Rev Dr Henry McLaughlin pastor of the Stuart Rob Inson Memorial church resigned to accept a call to tho Providence Ires byterlan church of Providence Va Ho assumes his new charge October 1 Frankfort Ky Dorothy Harper 3 daughter of George D Harper presi dent of tho Frankfort Cincinnati railroad who was fatally burned while she and her 5yearold brother Wilson were playing with matches and fire works died- Morehead KyA stranger whoso actions aroused the suspicions of tho police was arrested at Fanners and brought here When searched powder and dynamite and several well drills were found In his pockets There has been no further violence In the strike of river mon- Frankfort Ky Groat care is being taken In moving tho priceless articles owned by the Kentucky Historical Society from the old to tho new capitol Tho work Is being dono directly un der tho supervision of Mrs Jennlo Calhoun Martin secretarytreasurer of tho society Owensboro KyJrhe department store of W A Pierson Jr one of the largest retail business houses In Kentucky was destroyed by fire Tho loss including building and stock Is 75000 Tie cause is unknown Geo Mattingly a fireman feU through the roof and was badly injured Lexington KyMrs Frances E Beauchamp State President of too W C T U was before the grand Jury seeking the indictment of somebody claiming that that portion of the fair grounds on which beer and other drinks are sold is outside of tho city limits and in the dry territory Winchester KyNews has reached hero from Harlan county of tho sale by Louisville parties of all their hold- Ings of coal lands in that county and in Loo county Virginia consisting of about 11000 acres to tho Consolidated Coal and Coko Co of Virginia for a price aggregating over 1400000 Lexington KyThe show of Hereford cattla at thq Blue Brass Fair was probably the best ever seen in Ken tucky Tho herds of Giltner Bros Eminence Ky Luce Moxley Shel byvllle Ky J L Vannata Lafay ette Ind and Warren T McCray Kentland Ind figured chiefly in tho awards Winchester KyCapt Ellis flax ter while attempting to cross the Louisville and Nashville Railroad in a wagon on Main street hero was struck by a fast train and probably fatally injured He has been com VrClocal Masonic Lodge Lexington KyA number of heath ers rifled and discarded by pick pockets who got in their work during the Blue Grass fair were found by men cleaning up the grounds In one of the pocketbooks wero two notes payable to the Safety Vault and Trust Co one for 2800 and tho other for 1000 signed by J R Mllbura and wife Louisville KyAn effort will ba made to break the will of Theodora Harris banker who left 500000 to charity and f1800 a year to his chil dren It was stated on authority that the heirs are greatly dissatisfied with their allowance of only 150 a month Harris stated in his will Inherited wealth is seldom useful Ho left bis estate to the Baptists Frankfort Ky Judge Cochrfttho United States District an opinion in tho Federal Court hero In the case of Charles F Coffin of Indianapolis against the New Bell Jelllco Coal Co W McC Johnston and others In which ho states that ho will take jurisdiction in the case and that he will apolnt a receiver for tho mines while the case Is in litigation the case will bo tried in tho September term of tho Federal Court Winchester KyC 0 Drayton president of tho National Union and J Campbell Cantrlll president of the State Union of tho American Society of Equity met hero with the Execu tive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society and reached a perfectly ami cable settlement of tho differences between the American Society of Equity and the Burley Tobacco Society and left in good spirits all agreeing to push the pooling of tho 1909 crop un der the present pledgetMorehead Ky Dynamiters blew up a section of the Licking River Lumber Coos dam at Farmers whore employes ot the company have been on strike for several weeks Tho strikers deny responsibility Paducah KyQn motion of tho Commonwealths attorney tho 47 cases for nightriding were dismissed In tho Calloway circuit court at Murray Convictions wore Impossible under the ruling of the Appellate Court thai evidence of a general conspiracy wot not admissible I- it I w N Sfalsloiv s oett otioscfoloio4fO J l F I J 1 I East Kentucky Correspondence i I News You Get Nowhere eiBo comipontesc pubUihed nnlMi ilfned IB tell by the writer The same tl cot for pnbllcattoi bit U aa vrUioM of goat faith Write jUlaly 0 oso ooeooweseo cl oso olioNowtio otlo00iotiooiotlle Have You Seen Him If you havent watch for him because ho Is surely coming your way If you live anywhere near the line between Jackson and Rockcaatl Jackson and Laurel Jackson and Clay Jackson and Owsley or Jackson and Estill He will be at the London Calr too Who Is ho Why Ned Mellon our agent He Is out for a long trIp now and ho told us to say In Tho Citizen that ho wanted to see cery old subscribers take now subscrlptlor and renewals collect old debts hear complaints and transact any other business with regard to your paper If he doesnt find you we hope yo will find him JACKSON COUNT- Yuurut Orpba Aug 9Mr Logan Farmer aged 21 and Miss Mary Smith aged 16 were quietly married August 411 by the iuiv J S Ward at the home of the bride Mr Farmer Is from one I of the poorest homes In the moun- taIns He attended the public schools subscription schools the McKee Act dem the E K S N S at Rlchmom k and Is teaching his fourth rural dIs- trIct school There are few boys In the mountains who have accomplish ed so much at so early an age and under so many discouragements as has Mr Farmer Miss Smith also came from a humble home attende the public schools and was a student at Berea College four terms TheIr address will be Orpha Ky We wish them a long prosperous and happ1 life Partlck Mays broken leg Is almost wellRuby Farmer of thIs place Is sick with typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Logan Fattier Martha and Sallle visited C E Smiths or Dradshaw Saturday and Sunday last The school at this place Is pro- gressIng nicely with James A Far mer as teacher Mr and Mrs Klal Farmer attended church at WInd Cave Sunday Austin Madden Is on the sick IlsLMr W G Barret has sold his farm and stock of goods to FarImernessChurch services are A New ZIon on the second Saturday am Sunday of each month EVKKOUEEX Evergreen Aug 14 Farmers are thru with their corn It Is only abou halt a cropA Literary Society has been organized at Pine Grove whIch promises to be a success All are In I vlted to come and take part with us p Mrs Allle Drew of Birmingham Alabama la visiting home folks at present Mrs Martha Combs who has been visiting home folks here hai gone to her home at Berea Eugem Rose who has been at Lexington and other points is at home again Haml son Drew and Pros Sexton of Rob I Inet passed thru here Saturday tc Clover Bottom on business We have a compulsory school law now We h need It enforced Many boys are here Idle not going to schoolMr Green Lake Is bunching tan bark for W S JonesMr Edward Lake says he has fine crops and Is going to rest News reached here that Mas on Rose Jr was burned to death in vat of melted Iron at Hamilton 0 last weekPeople here will sell their lumber to the Livingston Lumber Co Instead of giving their timber away In crossties Now Is thet time for farmers to rest and read The Citizen HVSLIY Hurley Aug l2We are having some very warm weatherSchool Is still progressing nicely with good at tendance B H Cole has been wrok Inc on Birch Lick but has returned homeThere will be services at this place next Saturday and Sun day Also Sunday school Every body invited Charley Gabbard has returned homeThe men of the neighborhood fenced tho Roberts t graveyard last weekGeo McCollum had a new kitchen built to his house this weekMrs Lucy J Johnson fell and hurt her arm very badly a few I days ago but Is Improving Mrs Louise Gabbard who has been so poorly visited her son Wm Gabbard Sunday lastAmos McCollum is ex pected home in a few days Louis Angel Is visiting relatives at this place this week Miss Susie Watson was the guest of Mr Milt Johnson Sunday =Miss Lizzie Roberts Is stay Ing with Klzzle Hurley Mrs L J Cole visited Mrs Lizzie McCollum Thursday nools Hugh Aug lGWe have had sever weekki Hudson and R I Halo attended the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Mr and Mrs Geo Benge and Mrs W R were the welcome guests of M1Benge Mrs HardIn Azblll Sunday Miss Lucy Ogg was the guest of Miss Ely Friday night Mrs J W 1Dora Is slowly Improving Mr W 1 1 W r o f co F Henry passed thru this vIcInit- ySaturdayMlss Dora Ely was the guest of Miss Grace Parks Sunday Miss Rena Kerby of Kerby Knob was the guest of Miss China Hudson Saturday lastThore will be preachIng at this place Sunday Also a baptismal service Everybody is invited Mr HardIn Azblll has been a suCCerer from a sore hand the past week Miss Nana Williams is staying with her sister of this placoMr Sid Bal er was tho guest of his parents Saturday night Several of this place attended church at Kerby Knob ye terday Miss Maggie Benge was the guest of Mrs J C Benge Sunday afternoon Lloyd Hale and Hugh Parks went to Big 11111 Saturday driving their colt Mr Tom Wlllian was In this vicinity Saturday Ir and Mrs H C Ely went to RIchmond Saturday to see the doctor uciinv KNOII Kerby Knob Aug lGThe Rev W E Honeycut filled his appoIntment at this place Sunday and delivered nn Interesting sermon to a large congn gatlonThe Rev Messrs Balengi and W I Powell held a series ot meetings at Gracses Spring church last week with ten additions Baptism services will be held at the next regular services Mr and Mrs Joe Smith attended church at Red LIck Sunday Mr and Mrs Geo Johnson and Myrtle Click are visiting frleni at Indianapolis Ind and will return home Sunday Mr and Mrs Waller Williams are visiting the latter parents at Dreyfus Dr John Hay of McKee made a business trip In this vicinity Thursdayour school is progressing nicely with Ellen Durham as teacher CLOVER nOTIon TEACHERS ASSOCIATION To be held In educational dtvlslo No 6 Subdivision No2 Clover Dot tom on the fifth Saturday In October 1909SongAudience Devotional ExercIsesThe Rev W I PowellWelcome AddressAnnie Powell Response Geo Spars SongQuartet Reading Nannie Hatfleld Oration The Importance of the Teachers CallingJr W Jones Kind of a Paper to have in the Home and Its ValueMrs Tussey Essay Relation of School t- oHomeIrs Anna Hays Oration How to Arouse Enthus lusmCanada Sparks BASKET DINNER SongAudIence Recitation Abraham Llncoln Arthur McGuIre Play a Kind b Importance MI3 Laura Smith RecitationEllen Durham AddressValue and Importance or pIctures and DrawlngsJ R Dur nunRecitationDorcas Wild SongPrImary Grade Discussion = Resolved that no circumstances justify a departure froi the truthAWrmatlveH N Dean J R Durham Negative J G Durham Geo Sparks- RecitationMaggie Durham SongQuartet Essay Habits China Hudson RecItationMartha Durham EssayRewards of the Teacher Annie Powell hamOratlonPatroltsmJ G Durham The New School LawH N Dean Discussions SongQuartetAddressAgrlcultureWm Cope EssayThe Woman as a Teacher Mrs Ida Abney Oration Education In Kentucky Grover Drew AddressSupt H F MInterIEverybody Is cordially invited All teachers and patrons come prepared to say something Signed Annie Powell Secy Mrs Ida Abney China Hudson ISAUS Isaacs Aug lGWe are enjoying a badly needed rainMrs Mary Purkey Is home again Her old friends were real glad to see herMr and Mrs John York and family of Hamilton 0- who have been visiting their parents will return home soonMr John D armack Is very bad with typhold Mm Margaret Moore died Friday at 7 p m of consumption We extend our sympathy to the bereaved husband and children Mr Tom Med Jode was seriously wounded a few days ago by a large rock tailing on- hIs legs He was working on the nnvllle AcademyTho Rev G P Hacker James Ingram and the Rev Wm Wise took dinner with Mr J- York SundayMr Wm Isaacs of De- rea attended church at Annvllle Su- ndayMr Roy Roach Is visiting trlends and relatives In this vicinity T 1 There will be a singing at Mr Geo Daviss Saturday night Aug 21 Ecry body Invited to come and bring songbooks MO inUS CKKKK Moores Creek Aug lGWe are hav- Ing lots of rain Corn crops teem to be very short In this partold Dr Cook of this place IB very sIckMary S Riley of Box Laurel County Is vla lung her parents Mr and Mrs the past weekMr and Mrs JDavIsI Davis had tho pleasure of seeing entire family of ten children at theIr home Sunday Aug 15th and two sons Inlaw and three grandchildren Jt was the first time all tho children had been together for many year four of them being married and HI log a long distance apart It was a great pleasure though it will be anI accident It we all ever meet again In health GUEEXItALL- Qreenball Aug 1GLnurn and Fannie Evans returned from Derea where they have been for sever days taking In the fair while At Berea they boarded and roomed at Mrs John Does Born to Mrs Emily Roach a tine boyJ D Plereon dId a good business tho past week In Owsley and Leo Counties sellln fruit trees and taking pictures and I was at the baptizing Tuesday at tho mouth of Cow Creek where the Rei Mr Brown baptized fiftyfive Dro Brown will come out some time In September and give us people or Greenhall a ten days revival Mi jor Plerson Is much Improved and has gone to his fathers Mrs Laura Plerson had a load of her house plunder moved to the property of Mrs Sarah Morris last week but after staying away one night she conclude there was no place like homo and moved backThe corn crop is look- Ing fine In this part and we are yet having good ratesJ D PIer son has purchased a pair of white leghorn chickens full stockAndy Pierson and wife are getting read to move Tho Grecnhall and Travelers Rest baseball teams played a gamq diamondItire not going to give It up yet but will play them again next Saturday at the mouth of Grassy Brand I Everybody come out and see the gameThere will be a Sunday schoc picnic and a School teachers assocIa- tion at Canons chapel sometime In September Of late we often hear people saying our county is ImprovIng fast It seems that everybody Is more interested In church and Sunday school than ever before WhaI about how quietly the big revival went off and many other such ex resslons Friends do you knov I what has brought about this grea change Think a moment and II thInk you will agree with me tha It Is because we have less whiskey U contend with than ever before And we should all use every effort to keep this evil out of our community J D Pierson has gone to McKci to finish up his fruit tree delivery I at that point Mrs Mary Tilery of London Is visiting relatives at Green tallJim Farmer and wife have gone to Shelbyvllle where they will visitor a few days and go from there tc IndIana where be has a job onriiA Orpha Aug lGW G Barrett sold hIs farm to Lee Taylor for 10001 John Frost accidentally shot himself hru the leg Saturday night at Lee aylors store He Is unable to leave Mr Taylors Miss Allle Farmer and Ister were guests of Miss Cora Mad I den Sunday Mrs Maud Isaacs vis her mother SundayMr Robert Ilted and wife passed thru here on way home from visiting Mrs laddens father James Gabbard who was badly cut Mr Jack Woods homeIlnlnessThe school at this place Is progressIng nicely with Mr Brown I farmer as teacherMr Tom Sparks SundayIschool ton Lakes He Is fixing to move i way soonMr W O Barrett and amlly are visiting relatives at lover Bottom this week MADISON COUNTY COTE Mote Aug 160 P Jackson W R HerrIngtonIpas the Johnson reunion Miss Lolllo lendrex daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo Hendrex died last Monday ot- rever She was a Christian girl and lovel by all who knew her Protract ed meeting began at Pilot Knob lurch last Sunday and will continue ror two weeks with the Rev James arsons as preacherMr and Mrs Leonard Garrett of Richmond have been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Dave Garrett ot this place nobIInsonowly improving Misses Maud and Cora Creekmore and their brother Tom from Lexington have been vis lUng their cousin Miss Lavada Creek more for the past week 1I1tTS Harts Aug lGThe storm at thIs place did considerable damago blow ing down corn and treesMr Major Hazelwood ot Brownsburg Indiana visiting relatives at this place IsI MInnIe Lake attended Institute Richmond last week Bradley portraltjcompanyam Besslo Barret of Blue Lick were marI ried Miss LakeI VIsItIe4iMr and Mrs J F Hawkins and visited J S Waddles family Thursday night Mr C J Lake who has been so seriously 111 with rheu matism Is Improving Mrs Henry Blcknell Is teaching school at Haytl this earMlss Martha J McQueen who has been staying at Robert Richardsons has returned home Mrs John J Martin ot Scaffold Cano Is- led Mrs Mary S Kindred TuesdayI KINGSTON Kingston Aug 16 Several from here attended the Blue Grass alr1 among them wero Messrs Joe Boles Whit Moody Mrs A P4 Settlo and Julia Maupln Mr and Mrs Ned Gab bard of McKee spent tho last of tho week with J C Powell and LewIs Sandlln D R tho little son ot Davis Mundy has been very sick for I tho past weekMr Will Rucker made a business trip to Richmond Friday Mrs Ellen Powell and Miss Martha Powell spent Friday evening with Mrs L C Powell at MotoHenry guelltlorLafayette and Andrew Powell have I been very sick with typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Will Mundy are visit lIng relatives at Lexington this week School began at this place Monday with Miss Mary Hart as teacher Mr and Mrs Pall Riddle of Fayotte County are visiting relatives here this week Tho Ladles Aid Society I will give an Ice cream supper here Saturday night Aug 21 Everybody Is Invited to come Misses Marla and RIchImondest relatives hero for the past month re turned to Illinois They were accompanIed homo by Mrs C Moody Mr Moodya mother who will visit them for some tlmollr Charley Powell loft Sunday ot last week for Hamilton Ohio to visit relatives Mr Chester Parks purchased a tine driving horse for 17G last week Mrs Mary J Mundy and Miss Ohio Powell were shopping In Richmond Thursday Mr Geo Todd was here Wednesday buying sheep Mr Hubert Nicely ot Bcrca and Mss Sopor of this place were AnnaI Richmond Saturday Several hero spent Sunday at Mallory SprIngI DltrVFUH Dreyfus Aug GMrs Sallie Rho dus of Champaign Illinois was the wrekII week with her uncle Mr Speed IcI Hunhan Mrs Margaret Bengo and Miss Maggie Bongo ot Hugh wero tho guests of Mrs Lizzie Klmbcrlaln last Saturday Mr F J Jonee tho travel Ing salesman called on F M Jones last Saturday Mrs George Kldwcll of Ohio Is visiting her mother Mrs W BradayMrs Bcrtlo Gllmoro of Kingston was the guest ot Mr and Mrs James Holland last week Miss Ellen Hurley ot Ohio is visiting home folks Misses Maggie and Ellen Hur ley entertained a largo number cf young people at their homo Sunday Among them were Miss Dora Bcngo and Mr Rector Davis Stanley and Ora Brady Lelia Klmbcrlaln and Willie Robinson Myrtle Winkler and Pearl Young Mr and Mrs Joe Todd spent a tow days last week with the latters father Mr Tom Wlnkler Born to Mr and Mrs Will Coyle Aug 11 a boyMr E D Walton of Brassfleld was tho guest ot Mr and Mrs Baltimore Watson SundaySow Illcknell Jlcdlock W Roblnet x eral from Speedwell attended church hero Saturday nlgTit Mr and Mrs gucstslorMr and Mre Howard Rose worn guest ot Mr and Mrs P H thoISunday The protracted meeting has been going on for the past two f weeks will close tomorrow night Tho llghnlng struck Mr Dock Todds thouse last Saturday night doing con f siderable damage Our school Is progressing nicely Mr Wllllo Anderson ot Richmond was the of Mr Leonard Sparks Sunday- ROGK6ASTLE f COMITY111SVUTANTA Dlsputanta Aug lGWe aro bav ing sonic very wet weather now The Sunday school at Clear Crook Is still going on good attendance Mr and Mrs Floyd Taylor visited Mr and Mrs II C Rowlett Friday night Mr and Mrs A B Cole vis ited Mr and Mrs 0 M Payuo Sunday Mr Ray SwInford Jr visited hIs undo Mr Floyd W Taylor Sunday night Wo had a hard rain last night I But no great damage was done Tho Rev L R Rowlett Is visiting his daughter Mrs Jamlo Simpson at Paint Lick nowMr J H Taylor went to Monday on business 2tvtlvv t Gauley Aug 111 and Mrs J C T I Bullock visited at Altnmdnt where they aro contemplating moving in aI the near future Little Isaac Allen broke his arm Sunday but BO far ho Is nicely Miss Corda Mulllna Is suffering from sprained wrist caused by falling from a hone last SundayMiss Zclla Bullock of Mt Vernon Is visiting at her uncle J C Bullocks Several from this vicinity Mended church at Piney Branch Sat i rday and Sunday tviLltiE Wlldle Aug IGTho baseball team of thIs placo played Mt Vernon Sat ContlnuMl on fourth page 1 I THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN THE CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of your money and is growing hotter all the time i Just compare it with the other newspapers you see You can get others as cheap but either they aro not as good or they are not made for the mountains or they do not give aa much Just look at a few of the things wo are giving you now NEWSall the news of the world of this country and of the i state that is worth reading All the news of the mountains that we can get and more than 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