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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I Iti FS I VENT 5 OFF ICE I3EUEA KY X i tIy BEREA PUBLISHING CO r IINCOIIPOIIATEI STANLEY FROST Manager E ereAal 1114 rod Jft at Utrta AV 01 ncond dos mattmatter I Vol XI Five canto a copy BEBEA MADISON COUNTY AUGUST 20 1900 One Dollar a year No 0 H NEWS OF THE WEEK 1Alrshlps Racing in France Tafts Killed in Colorado Riots I In Steel Mill StrlkeE H Harrl 1man Very SickWellman Didnt Start for Pole k FREAKS Are you bald To scare away mea paint a large lifelike spider on tho bald spot and tiles will let you alone This Is what a Connecticut man says he did and ho la no more troubled with their lighting on I his head Ono of tho latest things for women Is tho mouso trimmed hat Not content with tho wonderful crea Uons of this season tho Paris mil liners have Invented a now kind Jt Is about the size of a sunshade and It guaranteed to keep off both sun and rain Around tho brim two cunning stuffod mlco are gayly chasing t each other FEAR CAUSES DEATH Thinking 1 1that her pet cat was chasing rats and V mice toward her a crazy woman of New York City fell out of a third story window In her effort to get iJ away from them and was killed ryc MANY DEATHS FROM HEAT The awful heat wave which wept over the country last week killed many 1 people and prostrated qthers Even the cotton boll weevel was killed by the heat djiwlLrd Harrl man the of the predatory Interests and tho moat- prominent of those malefactors of 1great wealth against whom Roosevelt directed his famous campaign to save the people ot the United States from financial bondage Is seriously 111 and his condition is being watched by the whole world with mingled feelings of hope and fear Whllo his death would cause trouble In Wall Streot It would M remove tho greatest Influence which of our coun now threatens the liberty try TAFTS COUSIN KILLED In a cloudburst In Colorado Chas Tart a cousin of Prcs Taft was killed The damage to crops and property was very heavy THAW IN ASYLUM Harry Tnaw was taken from the Jail back to the old quarters In the Mattcawan asylum for tho criminal Insano last week The family will appeal the case TEN PERSONS HURT Ten per sons wero hurt when a part of a largo Chicago bridge which was be- Ing repaired collapsed The people were walking across the bridge to transfer to another street car EGO FAMINE It la predicted that thero will be a greater scarcity of eggs this winter than In many years Eggs are retailing In Lexington for 25 cents a dozen SEVEN KILLED IN RACEIn the automobile racing at Indianapolis last week seven persons were killed payJ BALLOON INJURED Walter Wcllmana Journey to the north polo has again failed Thirty miles from the starting point the ball loon exploded No one was hurt AVIATORS SHOW At Jlhelms Franco this week the aviators of the world are exhibiting their skill In tho practice nights Glen H Curtiss tho American aviator added a dramatic feature to the Incidents Whllo flying thru tho air ho saw another i rntchlno coming toward his at right I r angles on tho same level with his Quick as a flask he sent his machine fifty feet higher In the air and soar fd over the other machine winning much applause for kit rtdll a RIOTS NEAR PirTSBURG Tho strikers at McKeos Rocks Pa have a wild ales ofi riots In the last few 7 days In which many men were kill ed and three fatally Injured The state troops have difficulty In keeping i the men under control AU work Is nnpended and the railroad clerks hand operators are under guard all tho 1 1 time STEAMERS COLLIDE In a flrlv ContlmitJ on fourth Page N j r NEW Boone TavernFr NOW OPEN 7 Clean Cool Comfortablei Good Home Cooking Deep Porches Pure Mountain Water piped direct to the hotel Rates 200 to 250 a day Special Weekly Rates Rooms single or in suites with bathso I Your Comfort Our Pleasure 6 xJ i THE CITIzEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mourite ra People WHAT BEREA OFFERS Splendid Equipment and Teaching Force Make It Possible for Any Young Man or Woman to Got What They Need Here This Means You An Institution having halt a million dollars worth of buildings four thousand acres oC land and more than hilt a million dollars Invested for Its use ctJtulnly has a duty aswell 34 power to give something of very great valuo to the world in return It might le litcrcBtlng to those not acquainted wtlh the work of Berca College to brow what It gives to society li return for tho largo sifts mentioned above with which society has entrusted It First of all are tho lives oC the rUtyflvo men and women who devote their tine t the work of tho instl utlon In various wan The greatest Influence upon lives la that of the personal touch of others It the other lives are weak or mean or nar row the result will bo for weakness meanness and narrowness If they are strong and pure and noble strength and purity and nobleness will spring up as a result Every worker in Be rea Is chosen primarily because of the qualities of Christian manhood and womanhood which he or she pos sesses and tho consequent power to uplift and Inspire the young people with whom they come In contact This Is general and tor all who como alikeOther things of a general nature for all alike are the Library with Its beautiful building its 25000 good books and Its largo number of mag azines the free lectures from tho members of the faculty and persons of note from all parts of the United States tho Lyceum course of seven numbers combining music tboughtII and fun tho literary which each student may take part and listen to exercises of profit and pleasure the muslclal organiza tions band orchestra harmonla so ciety glee club and choral classes and last and best tho religious life of the school Including Sunday school Young Peoples Societies regular preaching services and tho great week of revival meeting which come each winterFor the accommodation of tho stu dents who come Berca has ten dor mitories for young men and three for young women with room in them for almost a thousand persons four dining rooms with room for more than 600 to be seated at the tables batho game rooms gymnasium for Indoor recreation and two athletic fields and tennis courts tor sport in good weather In addition of course are tho well heated lighted clans rooms and la boratories What may be asked has Berea in particular for certain classes ot people Lo us answer tho question by referr ing briefly to some of them For tho pa son wishing to get the fullest preparation for success in life there la the college course as good as the best with a preparatory courso lead ing up to It for the farmer tho course ot two years which gives a general education combined with tho more Important subjects of value to the farmer In order that he may make the most money and tho boat home for tho prospective business man the Business Courso combining with Im portant branches relating to his work a broad view of life In general for the teacher a thorough course of In struction with chances to observe the best methods In actual operation and do practice teaching for tho would be doctor Latin Physics Chem jetty Physiology Botany Zoology all of which a physician must have today If he would be In the race for advance meat for the one who looks forward to Law thorough work In language History Sociology and Economics And yet there Is more Printing Nursing Bricklaying Carpentry Sew ing Cooking may be taken as the chief course or as an extra to sumo other line of work Thus Berea endeavors to show her right to the buildings land and mono which men and women who love their fellows have qlvcn and to call to her the best young people of our state and the world at large to train them for a successful a useful and a happy life IGOOD THINGS This week a good deal of our space Is dovoted to telling of the advant ages of going to college and especi ally of going to Berea Unless you are too old to go to school and have neither children brothers nor sisters who ought to be going to school you will find this as interesting and Im portant as any reading you have ever come across uuY rio VM THK CJIAriiL A new and costly building used almost entirely for holding large meeting There are few better In the atde lijfiSP The time of the prophets past and wisdom Is no longer revealed to men by angels or other divine means Every man has learnhowmoetlikelytopaper is tho most efficient tool of the progressive manIt takes the place of revelation r INhIM GOING AWAY FROM HOME TO SCHOOL Children grow up We want them to become men andwomen This means that they must sometime strike out for themselves It is a natural impulse for this that sometimes leads them to run away from homo or to elope and get married before they ought to The best way for a young person to begin to be independent is to leave homo for a good school There they are left to look after themselves but havo the influence of teachers and the of peoplefromIf they did not learn a thing it would still be better for then to have this of going away ffom home to school But they do learn from books and from contact with others and come back no improved that thoir parents are proud of them THE IMPORTANT CHOICE The ufos important period for any young man or woman is that time when they are just growing into mauhopu or womanhood for at that time they make the choices and take the courses which show what they will be thru their after life at twenty every one can tell whether a young man or woman will be good or bada success or a failure happy or miserable It is to young people at that age that this editorial is directedwe wish to suggest to them a few thoughts againWhatgrowing better or worse r Are you learning or not r Are you suc ceeding or falling If you are not getting all that you desire in the way of success and happiness uow Is the time to do something about it before it Is too late and when the effects of any effort you make may be felt thru your whole life personDutwhich have been given you whether or net you make the most of them and especially whether or not you develop them andmake the most you can out of them This latter thing is what we want to talk to you about Are you doing all you can to make your talents as good as posaihloin other words are you getting all the education you can use f Aside from tho character of a man and his natural brains there Is nothing about him so important as his education No matter how smart ho is an education will make him able to use his brains better no matter how dull he is an education will help him And it is a fact that almost any man with an education is a better man whohaveno one of importance who baa not had at least the full school educa tion and history proves that a man has about two hundred times as good a chance to become successful if he has a full college education In the face of figures like that it is no use to argue that nn education does not pay The chance to take hold of the great power of educatiou and make a success of yourself is one that comes to every young mad or woman at this time It will cost money and time and hard work giveincreasedthe years that you may live Many a young fellow has been scared out by the few little sacrifices which are called for at the startandhas afterward seen the duller slower poorer boy get ahead of him in life because that boy was not afraid to make the sacrificeswas- willing to pay tho price of an education and the bigger success that it bringsEvery thing good must be paid for in this life and an education is one of the best things there is It must be paid for too but it more than repays any one who is willing to make the sacrifice How about it young mon or woman are you willing to work a little harder to live a little plainer to sacrifice a little now for a few years so that you can haye all the higher success and greater happi neas that comes from an education f Or is the price too high for you to payf Aro you going to make all you can out of yourself or are you going to fail because of cowardice and laziness r You can have an education you can be a success and be happy if you will pay the price And all that the price calls for is the use of a youhaveThe closing article on tho sheep scab comes this week too Dont tail to read It for the stamping oat ot this disease will mean thousands of dollars to the farmers of Kentucky Another Interesting article on fires has had to be put over till next week We have kept postponing it but it la only because of the number of good things from which we have to choose Look for It next week Francis O Clark has retunred from Cornell where he has learned the latest and best farming methods and hit articles In the Citizen will soon be resume4 Also he will begin managing a correspondence column answering any questions which subscribers may wish to ask him about farming Watch next week for the announce ment of the new Teachers Depart ment This will be the beat of Its kind ever offered by a Kentucky pa per and will be ot Interest to many JW ovi = people who are not teachers Full announcement next week We are enclosing with the copies of The Citizen to regular subscribers this week a supplement issued by the Burley Tobacco Society The Citizen does not assume any responsi bility for the matter In the supplement but circulates It like any other paid advertisement We have not had time to read thru the supplement and do not know whether it Is all right or all wrong We will read It soon tho and adylse every one who wants to know about the tobacco question to read It also Hard to Be All Thing to All Men Do not think that your learning and genius your wit or sprightliness are welcome everywhere I was once told that my company was disagreeable because I appeared so uncommonly happy Zimmerman TRAINING NEEDED Old methods Have Fallen Behind and Schooling Is Suc ceesA Full Years Work Worth More than Two Years of Broken Study Any new thing coming into general use always meets three different class es of people those who welcome its appearance those who think it will work all right the halt hearted ones and those who are positive that it will not succeed or that It will ruin the country When the first horse rake made Its appearance among the farmers it created much discussion Some said tt Is just the thing and I shall have one Just as soon as I can get Jothers felt its use rather uncertain were willing tor their neighbor to try It first while Btlll others were sure that It would never come Into general use Those who had faith In the horse rake continued its use the doubttul ones gradually came to its support and those who saw nothing but evil in it being unable to keep up simply died oft and thus the horse rake came Into general use Just as the horse rake gained gen eral acceptance Just so It Is with every new thing Some time ago a college education was considered a luxury for the rich Today most pro fessional men many farmers and business men of all kinds feel that ftiher education Is useful in their lives The lawyer and the doctor without professional training have almost gone the way of the hand rake Tho fight Is now on for the man who had been watch ing the scientific reports of scientific farming took a thorough training in this work Last year he put out his first potato crop TJw farmers watch ed him and discussed his methods as they did the horse rake When he gathered his crop it was found he had produced more on four acres than his neighbor on a field of more than twice that size Today some ot his half hearted neighbors are thinking of taking one term In some agricul tural college Of course the one terns Will help some Just so it Is with boys and girls In all lines of work they are beginning to realize that tho old ways of doing things are los ing ground and that they must get In touch with new ways They are half converted to the new as the Bible says they are luke warm This taking an occasional term away at school is better than not going at all but ft is very poor substitute for taking a regular course The excuse usually given for not taking a regular course and entering school at the beginning of the fall term Is cannot afford It Now tho real cause in most cases Is not seeing clearly the benefits to be derived from such a course It you think this statement not correct read tho article written by Prof James of Harvard in the American Magazine on tho Powers of Men This article appears In the October or November Issue of 1907- I wish to say right here thAta complete year from tho first day of the Fall term until Commencement Is worth more to a student than winter and spring terms for two years Let us examine this statement The us ual fall term Is fourteen weeks the winter twelve and the spring ten Continued on fourth page1 ASSISTANT MANAGER We wish to introduce to our read ers this week Mr Steuben Godbey who has consented to accept the pos ition of assistant manager and editor of The Citizen for the coming year Mr Godbey is a man of proved abili ty and his coming will greatly strengthen the paper The editorial management remains the same and the policy of the paper will be what It always has beenthe best Inter ests of the mountain people Mr Godbey Is a man with whom our subscribers will be glad to get acquainted He Is twentynine years old a native of Casey County a son of a family which for years has been ident tried with the leadership of affairs In the mountains He has been act ive In Republican politics for years Is thoroly familiar with conditions In both the Eighth and Eleventh Dis tricts and has many friends among tho leading Republicans of both dis tricts Mr Godbey is also a lawyer of mu II 19021andversity a couple of yaers later Ho will practice law In connection with his work on The Citizen hanging his shlnglo from this office and he will be glad to see hero any who may have legal business for him insuring to all careful effective and reasonable service 1 J f N 1yKnowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper KENTUCKY occupation experience Necessaryto farmerA IN OUR OWN STATE r Big Counterfeiting Plot FoiledKill KeptElectionSo Good as ExpectedParis Jail BrokenALIVE IN COFFINAn interest- Ing case comes from Dullitt County A little child had been put In a coffin ready for burial when a storm pre vented the funeral The watchers heard a sound from the coffin and found the child alive- COUNTERFEITERS CAUGHT Four men who were making countertfelt money In Louisville were caught r by the United States Secret Service They had about 1480000 In bogus Mexican bills In a trunk when they were discovered WORK THE SOLUTIONIn anhaddress before the National Negro Business League In Louisville Booker T Washington told of the wonderful f progress made by his race in the last twenty years He said the hope of the negro lay in honesty industry and thrift He was unanimously reelected President of the Leagu- eFREEFORALLFIGHT A free for all fight took place In Casey County last week Two men were kill ed and a man and a woman were seriously Injured Other participants were landed In Jail- COMPLIMENTED BY GOVERN MENTThe Hon Brutus Clay of a Nlcholasvllle Ky United States min ister to Switzerland has been given a very rare honor by that goverh fInstituteAmerican who has received the honor F BLACKBURN NOT TO RESIGN The report that Gov J C S Black burn of the Isthmian Canal Zone has resigned Is not truetPEACE GROW ERS The American Society of Equi ty and the Burley Tobacco Society have finally agreed on a pledge which seems to be satisfactory to the t tobacco growers of Kentucky SHOOTING IN ESTILL COUNTY i A man named Isaacs Is charged I with having shot Wm Pearsons near Red Lick in this county Isaacs Is still at large as we go to jttu tMadisonwere full of entries and tho compe t tlon was exciting One of the featurestwas the big automobile paradeIKEPT HIS OATH 1 of Greenbriar Nelson County died last week after keeping an oath made fifty years ago He swore that be Ci would never step out of his room It LIncoln was elected President he has not done It since that UmeIHe was one of the sharpest traders in the country He loft 75000 fWILL NAME TICKETThe antl machine Republicans and Democrats of Lexington will meet Saturday to ythatIy because of an alleged raw deal BOLD ESCAPEWhen the turn key of the Bourbon County Jail was locking up the prisoners for the night a negro seized him by the throat and compelled him to give up the keys 1 The negro then unlocked the doors f and liberated the prisoners A reward Is offered for their capture SLASHED TO PIECES Bogle trPhillips a well known farmer living near Brodhead Ky and the father I of Earl and Lou Phillips students Iff i Berca Colcgr was found dead early Saturday morning In the yard in front 1 J of tho home of Owen Turpin another farmer PhHps had been stabbed several Units In the breast and his i body was literally slashed to piece I Turpin was later arrested by the Jwithnear his front fence He says that when he first saw the body It had t tho appearance of having been there r for some time Both Turpin and RobY jTheand It la the opinion of some of tha authorities that Phillips might have been murdered and then his bodYithrown over the fence to divert sus tf rpicion Phillips was 40 years of age marrlyd and leaves a family POOR CROPSIn spite of the prediction last spring that the crops this year would be the finest in the history of the state so far have been rather poor with the exception of corn which has grown rank and weedy with the heavy rains ot July and August Tobacco Is being cut this week while there Is good weather LEAVES WIFET S Todd of 1 r LIIII rOOVi1 T1iIfNlT Ctr U7ij0Js In NAN CIt SYNOPSIS Tho tory opens at Harvard where Col Rupert Winter U 8 A visiting saw the Kiilcldo of young Mercer Ho met Cary Mercer brother of the dead student Three later In Chicago In 1906 Col Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap parently kidnap Archie the colonels wardgandlt gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winters millions A Smith was mentioned apparently as a conspirator A great financial magnate was aboard the train on which Col Win ter met hIs Aunt Rebecca MIss Smith and Archlo Col Winter learned that the financial magnate Is Edwin 8 Keatcham Winter aided by Archie cleverly frustrated a holdup on the train lie took a treat liking to Miss Smith despite her Jlcgcd kidnaping plot mystery ously disappeared In Frisco Blood In a nearby room at the hotel caused fears for the boys life The lads volco was heard over the telephone however and a min ute later a womans voicethat of Miss Smith Col Winter and a detective set out for the empty mansion owned by Arnold a Harvard graduate They wero met with nn explosion within Mercer appeared Ho assured Winter that Archie had returned Tho colonel saw a vision flitting from the supposedly haunted house It was Miss Janet Col Winter to himself admitted that he loved Miss Smith Mercer told Winter that Archlo had overheard plans for a coup find had been kidnaped Ono of Mercers friends on returning tho boy to his aunt n arrested for speeding and when ho returned from tho poUce station to his auto tho lad was gone Mercer confessed he was forcibly detaining Kratcham Mercer told his life story relating how Keatcham and his scoundrel secretary 1 Atkins had ruined him the blow killing Ms wife Morcer was holding him prison er In order he could not get control of a railroad which was tho pet project of the lather of his college friend Kndlcott rracy 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 be returned Archie returned and told his story Atkins former secretary to Keatcham being his econd kidnaper Col Winter and Tracy returned to tho haunted house They found Keatcham apparently stabbed to doath Keatcham was not dead how vcr Cary Mercer appeared on the scene winter believing his actions suspicious The party removed to tho Arnold home They feared Atkins gang The colonel became temporary secretary to the rung nato A Black Hand letter was received rho real characteristics of the great financier Were revealed The puzzle of the story fell Into place tho blame for the crimes being lifted from Mercers Itotildors end placed upon Atkins Love of Miss Smith and Col Winter for each other was plainly seen by other members fit the party Col Winter and Miss Smith became encaged Keatcham ex hlhlted great kindness toward both The following morning the terrible San Fran rliteo earthquake quickly followed hy fire aroused the party from their slum bets CHAPTER XVIII Continued The colonel however had barely set foot on the threshold when Mrs Mel ville appeared propelling Randall 1whomshe had rescued from the maids whero sho was cowering behind her neat frocks momentarily expect- Ing death but decently ready for It In gown and shoes Mrs Melvlllo her self in the disorder of tho shock had merely added her best Paris hat and a skeleton bustle to her dainty night gear Sho had not forgotten her kimono she had only forgotten to don It and it draggled over her free arm But her dignity was Intact The in stant she beheld her kindred she demanded of them as if they were re sponsible whether this was a sample of the Californian climate Keatcham blushed and fled with Colvin and the giggling Arnold and Archie who was too polite to giggle Mrs Winter put on hot eyeglasses Mllllcent said she In tbo gentlest of tones your bustle Is on crooked One wild glanco at the merciless mirror In tho carved pierglass did Mrs Melville give and then wlthodt a word she fled Randall said Mrs Winter you look very nice come and help me dress There will most likely be some I more shocks- Randall trembling In every limb but Instinctively assuming a composed mien followed the undaunted old lady The colonel jvos going In another direction having heard a telephone bell Ho was most anxious to put him self Into communication with Dlrdsall because not even during tho earth quake had ho forgotten an uglier peril and It had occurred to him that Atkins i was of a temper not to be frightened 3y tho convulsions of order but rather It tike his account of It Nor did tho message through the telephone tend to reassure him Tho man at the other end of the telephone was Bird sail No telling v how long tho telephone service would i keep up he reported wires were down around tbo corner worse the water mains were spouting and from where be stood slnco ho felt the first shock ho had counted 36 fires Ten of them were down In the quarter where some of his men had homes and a field glass bad shown that the houses were all tossed about there ho couldnt keep his men steady It seemed Inbu man to ask them to stay when thel Vvivca and children might bo dying of course It was his damn luck to havo all married mon drops down there t Wcfc I reckon you will have to let I them yo but watch out begged the colo l tor you know tho men we are nfUk will take advantage of general disorder to get In their dirty work Nfr in the most dangerous time Happily Archie explained Tracy 4ose unquenchable college levity no tirthquako could affect happily my upwithnutritious of foods and Miss Janet is making coffee on her traveling coffee i Lt J pot for the Boss Thats alcohol and independent of gasmains Lucky for the gas ranga Is out of action and wo havo to try charcoal Notice ono in teresting thing Archie Old Keatch am whom wo were fighting tooth and nail three weeks ago Is now bossing us as ruthlessly as a football coach and Cousin Cary is taking his slack talk as meek as a freshman Great old boy Kcatcham Andoh I say I has any one gono to the rescue of the Rogerses I saw Kito speeding over that way from the garago and Haley hiking after him I hope tho nine small yellow domestics are not burned at tho stako with Rogers tho bally firetrap is blazing like n tarbarrel As It happened the colonel had ills patched a small party to their neighbors aid Haley and Kilo wore not among them they were to guard the garage which was too vital a point In their household economy to leave un protected Nevertheless Haley and Klto did both run away leaving a Mexican helper to watch and when they returned they wero breathless and Haleys faco was covered with blood Ho was carefully carrying something covered with n carriage robe In his hand Ive tho honor to report sir Haley mumbled stiff and straight In his military posture a very grimy and bloodstained hand at salute Ive tho honor to report sor that Private Klto and me discovered two suspicious characters making up the hillside by the sekrut road We purshooed thlm sor and whin thoy wudnt halt wo fired on tblm sor Ixplodlng this hero bum which wlnt off whin the hindmost man tumbled Klto smlllngiy flung aside the car riagerobe disclosing the still smoking shell of an Ingenious round bomb very similar to those used In fire worksTho colonel examined It closely It was an ugly bit of dynamite craft Any casualties sergeant the colonel asked grimly Yes sor Tho man wid the bum was kilt be the Ixploslon tho other man was hit by Private Klto and wounded in the shoulder but escaped I mesllf have a confusion on me right arrum me ankle Is sprained and ivory tooth in me head is in me pocklt Report to Miss Smith at the hos pital sergeant Any further report I wud like to rlccommlnd Private Klto for honorable mlnshun for gal lanthryI certainly remember him and you also sergeant In any report that I may make Look after the garage Kilo Kite bowed and retired beaming while Haley hobbled into the house Tho consequences of tho attack mado ancelOneready brought the touring car Into the patio In the absence of Haley and Klto Another was that he and Tracy and Kito all repaired to the scone of the explosion to examine the dead mans body They returned almost immediately but for a few moments there was no one of the house in the court The colonel went to Keatcham In a final effort to dissuade him from going Into the city until after he him self had gono to the Presidio and returned with a guard Ho represented as forcibly as ho could tho danger of Keatchams appearance during a time of such tumult and lawlessness We aro down to tho primeval pas sions now he pleaded Doyou suppose if It had been Haley Instead of that dago out there who was killed that wo could havo punished the murderer Not unless we did It with our own hands They are maybe lying in wait at time first street corner now If you will only wait Keatcham chopped off his sentence without ceremony not Irritably but with the brusqucrlo of one whose tlmo Is too precious for dilatory amenities Will the fire wait ho demanded rutflans they realize their strength will they wait This Is my town Winter the only town I care a rap for and I propose to help save it I canban gory Of course there is danger there is danger in every battle but do you keep out of battles where you belong because you may get killed This is my affair It I get killed it is in the way of business and I cant help iii No Arnold I wont have your fathers son mixed up In my fights you cant goo Somebody has got to run the ma chine sir insinuated young Arnold with a coaxing smile and I fancy I shouldnt be my fathers son if I didnt look after my guest not very long hed cut me out Tracy Is going too hes armed You are not both going said the colonel somebody with a head on him must stay hero to guard tho ladles Ho would have detailed both Tracy and Mercer but Mercer could really help Keatcham better than anyone lu any business arrangements which might need to be made And Keatch am plainly wished his company Had not the situation been so grimly sol 40VT 0 I I + g IItsa Bigger Job Than the Army Ont Winter I rlous Winter could have laughed at the grotesque reversal of their condl dons Tracy and Arnold did laugh they were all taking their orders from the man who had been their defeated prisoner a little while back Mercer alonp kept his melancholy poise lie had obtained tho aim of years ho Was not sure but his revenge was subtler and completer than ho had dared to hope Being a zealot ho was pos sensed by his dreams Suppose he had converted this relentless and tremendous power to his own way of faith what mightnt he hope to ac complish Meanwhile so far as the business in hand was concerned ho believed in Keatcham and in KeaJch ams methods of help ho bowed to tho innate power of the man and ho was as simply obedient and loyal as Klto would have been to his feudal lordIn a very brief time all the arrange ments were made the four men went into the patio to enter tho touring car They walked up to the empty machine Tho colonel stopped into the front scat of the machine Something in the noise of the engine which was panting and straining against its con trol somo tiny sibilant undertone which any other car would have missed warned his he bent quickly A dark object gyrated above the heads of the other two just mount Ing the long stop It landed with a prodigious splash In tho foun talc flying into a multitude of sputtering atoms and hurling a great column of water high up in air Un heeding Its shrieking clamor the aol dler sprang over the sldo of tho car darted through the great arched doorway out upon the terrace toward a clump of rubber trees Ho fired again he fired In every catastrophe tho spectators minds loso some parts of the action There aro blanks to bo supplied by no one Every ono of tho men and wom en present on that fatal morning had a different story Colvin was packing he could only remember the deafening roar and the shouting and when bo got downstairs and sawho turned deadly sick his chief impression is tho backs of people and tho way their hands would ehake Janet Smith in side dressing Haleys wounds was first warned by the tumult and cries she as well as Archie and Haley who wero with her could see nothing until they got outside All Mrs Melville saw was the glistening hack of the car and Mercer stepping into tho car and Instantly lurching forward Tho ex plosion seemed to her simultaneous with Mercers entering the car But Mrs Rebecca Winter who perhaps had tho coolest head of all and who was standing on the dais of the arcade exactly opposite tho car distinctly saw Keatcham with an amazing exertion of vigor for a man just risen from a sickbed and with a kind of whirl ing motion literally hurl Morcer out of the car She heard the crackle and a roar and Kite screamed in Jap I J l 4 r = 1 aneso running In from the carriage side She cannot tell whether Tracy or Arnold reached the mangled creature on tho pavement first Arnold only remembers how tho carriage robe flapped In Tracys shaking hands bo- toro ho flung it over tho man Tracys fair skin was a streaky bluish white and his under jaw kept moving up there and down like that of a fish out of water while he gasped never uttering a sound Young Arnold was trembling so that his hands shook when ho would have raised the wounded man Mercer alono was composed although deathly pale Ho had the presence of mind to throw the harmless fragments of the bomb Into tho fountain and to examine the Interior of the car lest there should be more ot destruction hidden therein Then he approached the heap on the flags but Kcatcham was ablo to motion him away saying In his old voice not softened In tho least Dont you do that Im all in No use They got mo But it wont do them any good you boys know that will you witnessed it gives a fifty thousand for the arrest and conviction or tho killing of Atkins his own cut throats will betray him for that Dut wheroH Winter You damn careless fools didnt let him get hurttO Shure sor he didnt lot hlmsllf git hutted Haley blurted out ho had run In after Miss Smith brandy bottle In hand tie the murdering dagoes Is gcttln hurled oft there behind tho big rubber trees I kin see tho dead legs of thlm this mlnnlt TIs a grand cool shot tho colonel Is sor Bring him in let them go they wero only tools panted Kcatcham weekly but tho brandy revived him arid his lips curled in a faint smile as Janet Smith struck a match to heat tho teaspoonful ot water for her hypodermic Make It good and strong give me tlmo to say something to Mercer and Winterthere ho comes good runners those boys arol Tracy and Arnold acting on a com mon unspoken impulse had dashed after Winter and were pushing him forward between them Keatcham wits nearly spent but he rallied to say the I words in his mind Ho kept death at bay by the sheer force ot his will When Winter knelt down besldo him with a poignant memory of another time in tho same place when ho had knelt beside a seemingly dying man and gently touched the unmarred right hand lying on the carriagerobe ho could still form a smile with his stiff lips and mutter Only thing about mo Isnt in tatters of course you touched It and didnt fry to lift me where Im all in pieces You always understood LIutcn You too Mercer Winter knows tho things Im bound to have go through Ive explained them to him Youll be my executors and trustees A hundred thousand a year not too big a salary for the workyou can do It Its a bigger job than the army one Winter Warne bold will look t yo r fUTiTIOeO- PYQHTi jt1 frJJIras 1WLLeta I after the other end lies narrow but bo is straight Ive made It worth his while Some loose endsIt cant bo helped now Maybo youll find out there are more difficulties In adminis toting a big fortune than you fancied and that It isnt the easiest thing in the world helping fools who cant help themselves Thoro tit all those Tidewater idiots made mo rend about youll have to attend to them Mercer old woman In tho queer clothes chorus girl thoso old ladles who who had ono egg be tween them for breakfast youll see to them n1l1 Yes said Mercer looking down on the shrunken features with a look of pain and bewilderment Yes suh Ill do my best Andworo event I reckon Im obliged to call it so sub returned Meteor with n long gasping sigh butmy Lord youd better have let me go Very likely said Keatcham dryly tho city needs mo Well Winter you must look after that Ivo been thinking why a man throws hla life away as I did he has to unless nos a poltroon Ho cant count whether hos more useful than tho ono ho saves ho has simply got to save him you were a good deal right Winter about not doing the evil thing to got the good No Its a bad tlmo for mo to be taken but Its an hohorablo discharge Helen will bo glad you know Im not a pig Winter do what I tried to do wbcroa my kind nuso Janet was trying by almost Imperceptible movements to edge a pillow under his shoulders ho was past turning his head but his eyes moved toward her Ive left you a wedding gift If I lived given to you but made it safe anyhow Meteor life voice had grown so feeble and came in such gasps from his torn and laboring chest that Mercer bent close to his lips to hear tho struggling sen tences Mercer ho whispered I want Just toll you you didnt convert mel Thus having mado amends to his own will having alto let us humbly hope mado amends to that greater and wiser Will which Is of moro mer ciful and wider vision than our weak ness can comprehend Edwin Keatch nm very willingly closed his eyes on earth CHAPTER XIX Extract from a Letter From Mrs Rebecca Winter to Mrs John S O Wlnslow Fairport Is And it was delightful to discover that you were so distressed about me I must bo getting a trifle maudlin In my old ago for I have a lump in my throat every tlmo I havo thought of Johnny and you actually starting out to find me I am thankful my tele gram Please Peggy do not call it a wire again to mo I loathe these verbal Indolences reached you at Omaha In time to stop you Really wo havo not had hardships Thanks to Israel Putnam Arnold I havo a very admiring gratitude for that maul In theso days of degeneracy ho bullded a stanch enduring house With union labor too I dont tee how ho contrived to do it Generally when they build houses here they scamp tho underpinning and weaken the joists and paint over tho dirt Instead of washing It oil and otherwise deserve to bo killed Tho unfortunate man opposite had just that kind of house which tumbled down and burned up at onco but alas it killed somo of tho people in it not tho guilty masons and carpen ters Our chimneys nave been inspected and wo nro now legally as well as actually sound but we did not suffer We cooked out on the sidewalk and supplemented our cooking with young Tracys stove- I told you of Janets engagement Confidentially my dear Peggy I oai a bit responsible They root by chance on the train and I assure you al though chanco might have parted us r did not let It I clung to Nephew Dcrtio Im sure lie wondered why I know better than to lot him suspect But success you cant share is like I roso without a smell So I confess to you I have made this match Dut when you see Millicent she will tell you that she helped things along She has abused Janet like a pickpocket but now since she has discovered Janet didnt draw the Daughters carl cature of her she regards her nr ono of the gems of the century We are recovering from tho terrible events of which we wroto It is certainty a relief that Atkins is killed lIe was one of the two scoundrels who sneaked Into the patio and put tho bombs into tho automobile Bertie shot him You have no doubt heard all about Mr Kcatcbams death Ho was killed by tho man whoso wicked ness he had unconsciously fostered Ho did not know it but I make no doubt his swollen fortune and Uw un r J yr M 1 scrupulous daring of Its acquiring had a great influence In corrupting his secretaryAnd corruption was his masters undoing 1 must say I sympathize with young Tracy who said last night I feel as if I had been put to soak in crime That bomb was the limit In future me for the common or gar den virtue ft may bo for tameness to delirium tremensJI used to think that I should like to match my wits against a firstclaw criminal Intellect God forgive mo for tho wish I havo boon matching wits for tho lost month and never putting on my shoes without looking in them for n baby bomblot or feeling a twlngo of Indigestion without darkly suspect- Ing tho cookwho is really tho best I creature In tho world sent Mr Arnold by n good Chinese friend of mine Ihad a chanco to do a good turn to my friend by tho way during tho earth quake and thus repay some of his to me Archlo Is well and cheerful Isnt it like tho Winter temperament to lose tie melancholy In such horrors IUt wo have seen Archlo is distinctly happier since ho camo to California As for Janet and Itupertob well my dear you and Johnny know house has been full of people and ThoIhavo had several friends of our for a day or two I got ft recipe fora delicious tea cake from Mrs Wiggles worth of Boston She didnt save al1YIthing but her furs and her kimono and a bridge sot besides what shethad on sho packed her trunk great care and nobody would take It downstairs Of course sho saved her bag of jewels which reminds mo that poor Mr Keatcham left Janet some pearlsthat Is limo money for thom Ho was very much attached to her Wo burled him on tho crest of thIS hill later when more settled limes shall come ho may take another and last journey to that huge mausoleum where his wife and mother are burled Poor things It Is to be hoped they had no tasto living or elso that they cant see now how hideous and flamboyant Is their last costly resting placo But If Kcatcham hadnt n taste for thIS fine arts ho hall compensating quail ties I shall never forgot tho night of his burial It was a wonderful great night of stars as Stevenson says A poor little Urodout clergyman In a bedraggled surplice who had been reading prayers over people for tho lot ten hours and was fit to drop hur ried through the service and the town tho dead man loved was flaming miles beyond miles About tho grave was none of his blood nono of Ida an cient friends but tho men I believe ho would have chosen men who had fought him and then hail fought for him faithfully They were haggard and spent with fighting tho Ore and they went from his burial back to days and nights of despcrato effort Ho had fought and lost and yet did not loso at the last but won snatching victory out of defeat as ho was wont to do nil his life Tho heavy burdens which have dropped from his shoul dens these others whom ho chose will carry maybe moro humbly joUlllyfluenco persists how it touches Klto and Haley as well as the others Shuro said honest Haley whose wit you are likely to sample In tho near future for ho has elected to bo the Rupert Winters chauffeur they know It yet but thoy will when dontdtime shuns says ho whin a 11 man so mashed up thoro yo move him for fear yod lose tho main r parrt of him whin bo was thlnkln otItho town and nothln else I hadnt the heart to bo complalnln for tho loss of i a few teeth and a tow limps about mot An I fair wukcd like tho divil So did Kite whos a daclnt Jap glntlo man and no hay thin at all Poor Keatcham ho had no child hood and his wife dUd too soon to 1 revive tho fragrance of his youth but I cant help but think ho had aJreticent awkward shy sort of somewhere about him Well ho waa what Mllllcont would call a compel ing personality I use plain language and I call him a great man Ho won tr the lions share because ho was the lion And yet poor Lion his share was a lonely life and a tragic death THE END CharityIn halls of Germany n largo canister Is placed on n table in tho center of each establish ment Every time one of tho guests lights a fresh cigar ho gets up and deposits In the canister tho end of the ono ho has jUHt been smoking This receptacle is a sort of almsbox with a funnel abapod lid secured by of a padlock A charitable assocla supplies all places ot public with these boxes for tho purpose tlonIcollecting odds and ends of cigarettes and cigars Tho ot the sale is devoted to tho of clothing which Is distributed among poor children at Christmas I Tho charity Is believed to be thIS most malodorous and unsanitary on record TkL i t rifi 1ii runorF STATE NEWS f Items of Special Interest to Our Readers J GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES IcFayette County Grand Jury Makes Report to Circuit Court If MaglltrOltesYrr n Others Yir Lexington KY1ho Fayette county grand Jury which was Impaneled on July 5 mode on exhaustive report to tho circuit court and wa dismissed The grand Jury criticises tho magis trates claiming to havo found that onttrates as felonious cases It brands tho practice as a feegetting system i which dries up tho Workhouao and jj fills tho county Jail with Trivial ball f less holdover oases which Is a load cn yoke of needless expense to theI county and corrective legislation iss 1jF y recommended Tho fiscal court tho jtmaorand tho board of public works i severely criticised and cell therThe county Jail is declared to bo In ienunsatisfactory condition The asy lum reform school city Jail and com ty Infirmary are commended Tho Blue Orals Fair association is con sured because of tho solo of liquor during tho recent fair and Uio Issu nnco of county and government licenser by Judge Bullock and Internal Uovcnuo Collector Roberts Is de elated to have been hlgWhandcd ifComlllon1 t Attorney Allen Is upon to summon every gambler and every person who set up and en a panic into the presence of 1thoFayollcj circuit court and demand I t that the houses which were all closed t by order of Mayor Skaln in April thatJon recom k mended that proper steps be taken to separate saloons and restaurants strict1jj terfuge for tho defeat of tho law can i be found In tho latter High license jIIf for saloons Is also recommended I WILL SHOW CONSPIRACY 80 Says Attorney In Injunction Case to Prevent Adoption of Water Contract- st I Lexington lCyAt the resumption 111001Stbtho city of the proposed Lazarus 25year water contract in circuit court Qtiarles II Stoll attorney for tho plaintiff made declaration that ha would shqw before the close of the evl dance the existence of a conspiracy between certain city officials and the officers of tho Water Co to defraud tho city Ho further declared that he would show that tho Water Co con 7 trlbuted largely to n fund to procure thq nomination and election of Mayor = John Skaln and other city officials HAD COUNTERFEIT MONEY i John Roberts Arrested In Shelby Coun ty Had 1000000 In Srurlous J Mexican Pesos Louisville ICy Dreams tf wealth centered in a brassbound wink con taming a million dollars In counterfeit Mexican pesos were shattered for John C and Marion Roberts brother hero when Deputy United States Marshal William Biaydcs arrested John Rob In Shelby county with the money 1erta possession Sitting In tho olllco Secret Service Bureau ho coo t ly said that he would plead guilty at the October term of the federal court and seemed resigned about spending n majority of his years In tho prison at Atlanta He had only wanted to l- 14 get rich he said di 2NINE INDICTMENTS RETURNED i ti5M r By Grand Jury Against Dlue Orals Fair Association for Having Sold Liquor t Lexington KyTho grand Jury re turned nine indictments against tho Blue Grass Fair association six charg i log the selling of liquor without 11 cense in local option territory and I three charging the salo of liquor to a minor The indictments are based J SRItIIIHawcsvlllc Itfho democrats met In mass convention and nomi h r sanaled For county Judge G D Chhmbers circuit clerk W W Pow ers county clerk James Patterson eeliool superintendent Uroy Kates 1ropresentntlveV W Spencer Jailer JOlt Harp sheriff Eo G Bannon as sessor B DlackfordIfr Lexlngfun Ky Asking for damages In the sum of 2152QO for the refusal E of the Independent tobacco buyers to receive 4400 hhds at the price stipu 4latedn the contract tho Burley To bacco nocletr has filed suit at Wln chasteri bUl lCYc E White healt i was drowned five miles below hero In tho Cumberland river Ho was su I porlntendent in charge of a gang build y ing a bridge across the river for the qa Construction Co of Colum bus T6 A r 4r v- rs or t 1 c INCREASE IN GROSS EARNINGS Louisville 6 Nashville Railroad Shows Substantial Gain for Fiscal Year Ending June 30 Louisville lCr1l1o statement or the Louisville Nashville for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30 shows gross earn ings for tho year of 4542589145 as against 4462028116 for the previous yejir Tho operating expenses wero 2962749948 ns compared with 33 69496717 for the previous fiscal year leaving a net increase In earn Jags over tho last fiscal year of 4873 statoItwo years Ono Item on which tho Louisville Nashville railroad has been able to save thousands of dollars Is the building of tho roads own engines at the shops in South Louisville No lines wore discontinued during tho year and recently the road acquired the Louisville Atlantic railroad I A DaysDoings in Kentucky I Louisville ICy Representatives from every state in the Union wore present when tho Embalmers Examining Bonrds of North America began an annual convention hero forehead IyThe employes of the brick plant at Haldeman In this county went out on a strike and tho plant is being guarded by an armed force of deputy sheriffs Louisville nyTho Negro Slate liar association of Kentucky was formed hero with a largo charter mem bership Albert S White a negro at torney of this city was elected presi dent Frankfort Ky General ordenj have been Issued by Adjt Gen Johnston to tho officers of the First and Second regiments of the state guard io pre pare for encampment In this city a part of this and next month Lexington lyAt tho fourth meet ing of republicans and dissatisfied democrats It was decided to nominate an independent or fusion ticket for county officers members of tho legis lature and members of the Lexington city council StanfordlCAt Dry Fork Church Casey county John and Addle Chairman engaged In a fight with John Lut roll and family Addlo Chapman ami Lutroll uro deed and John Chuniley and wife soninlaw and daughter of Lut rcll were both seriously wounded touisvllle Ky Warrants for tho arrest of 45 members of the First Bat talion of tho First Kentucky regiment wore Issued at the Instance of Col Harry C Grlnstead when tho men flIed to respond to roll call Tho Ole tion bas been sanctioned by Gov Wit son Fulton Ky Believing they wera burglars trying to break Into his house George Speed shot and Instant ly killed his brotherinlaw Abo tIn son and fired upon but missed his sister Vlnsons wife Mr and Mrs Vinson were guests at the home of Speed Louisville 1yThe first hogshead ot 1909 burley tobacco was received In Louisville by C A Bridges Co nt the PIckctt warehouse It represented the 1909 crop of John Swltior of Trim ble county This Is the earliest date on record for burley to make its ap pearance Frankfort ICyState Fire Marshal NeIkIrk telegraphed Insurance Com missioner Fell that Indictments hnvo been returned against Ike Bowman and his nephew Wilt Bowman In Munroe charging them with arson They are accused of burning the store of 0 0 White- Lexington Kylt was semlomcial ly announced hero that a six days race meeting will be given here the last week In September or tho first weok of October by the Kentucky Racing association The offer of a Cincin nati syndicate to lease tho track will not bo accepted Louisville JtyJun programs for tlio annual convention cf the Kentucky Bankers association which meets In this city October C and 7 have Just been Issued Unusual Inter est attaches to the meeting as it Is tho first since the group system at banking was adopted Warsaw KTho Burley Tobacco Society held an enthusiastic meeting here Senator W A Byron of Brack en county mud Fred Stucy ot about making lengthy addresses with tell tug effect and GOO acres out of 800 in the county were signed to the pobl It is believed 95 per cent of the ter bncco In tho county will bo signed up Ixnilsvllle Ky Booker T Washing ton president of tho National Negro Business league was tendered an ova tion by an audience of 2000 persons In leA Itys theater when ho arose to deliver an annual address to assem bled delegates and their guests Hbpklnsvlllo 1yTho death In NO1 York of John C Latham foster citizen and beloved benefactor of this place has caused great sorrow In this com munUy Mr Latham made generous churchFund Recent Styles 1Modol for a gown of white chiffon cloth it nag an eccentric but at tractive arrangement of heavy filet lace touched with gold and silver bullion around the shoulders and on tho skirt The hat is a Gainsborough of white lace trimmed with aigrettes of raspberry pink The scarf Is in the same color 2oown of pale lavender batlsto with long narrow skirt Oblong panel back and front made of net with vermicelli design of heavy floss over Its sur face This is outlined with twisted soutache between two straight bands of black velvet ribbon Under arm pieces are of net with trimming of black velvet ribbon Shallow yoke and high stock of white net Hat of black with Henry VIII crown of lavender velvet Hat pins of amethysts set in filigree silver 3lint of black chip trimmed with two large plumes and stiff pleated bow of Jado green 4Frock of dull pink linen with embroidered lingerie collar and cuffs It is trimmed with linen covered buttons and the sash is of black satin Hat of rough straw trimmed with largo wired bow of black satin 6Childs frock of white batiste with bertha of lace and rosette of pale blue satin ribbon Lingerie hat of eyelet embroidery with scarf and bow of pale blue satin IN SOFT QUALITY OF LINEN Model That Would Make Up Well in Any Light Color Preferably Pale Green Linens are made in such delightfully soft qualities this summer that they adapt themselves well to fine tucks such as are made at tho top of this skirt The number of colors suit ed to a summer dress are many but for coolness In appearance nothing Is better than pale green of which this dress Is made The front panel is In piece embrold cry It may either bo laid over linen or left transparent Tho bodice Is un lined and Is cut off at waist and sewn to a band to which also the skirt Is at tachedTucks are made on the shoulders and a panel of embroidery Is carried down front Tho sleeves are composed of bandd of embroidery and fine tucks lint of white spotted muslin with frill of muslin falling from the brim roses and leaves form the trimming Materials required for the dress CV4 yards 42 Inches wide JH yards embroidery IS inches wide Petticoats for Babies Tiny little sleeves with tiny little arms but the latter always slipping out of the former make the petticoat a great nuisance to tho mother and for this reason tho princess which simply slips over the head and but tons at the shoulders is preferred by many Tho only opening in the garment Is at the shoulders where alit tle button and buttonhole are all that Is needed to keep the narrow straps together The new babys petticoat affords no elusive armhole for the struggling arms which are almost bound to go the wrong way Veil Adjustment To arrange a veil easily and smooth ly fold it in the middle and gather for about an Inch and a half to each side with n stout thread Gather ends Into small knots and sew securely Fasten ends at back of hat with veil pin or pin on nape of neck with a bare te 1 = mac r FOR AN ALLBLACK COSTUME Always Well to Have One for Genuine Service and Here Is a Splen did Model There Is quite a return to the OMCO popular fashion of having a black frock for genuine service Every woman even with an elaborate wardrobe knows thero are some hours when everything seems to be In need of cleaning or mending For Just such occasions she has a smart one lece frock of black hang- Ing in the closet It is made of fine silk voile for there has been found nb better fabric for this purpose It fits the figure has an added belt of patent leather run through slides of watered silk and is fastened down the back with rooks and eyes The skirt clears the groun by two Inches and has u hem of black wa tered silk The sleeves are elbow or three quarter length Each woman In In a go as you please race concern ing sleeves and knows she Is In the fashion as long as she keeps them small The top of this frock Is laid In small folds from shoulder to belt has a round yoke of black chiffon cloth covered with silk soutache braiding in Egyptian design and a shallow up per yoke of that heavy Venetian lace that wears so well This lace Is repeated In a narrow pearshaped armhole that runs halfway to the waist and the black sleeves have n wide band of It around the middleWith a black purple of grassgreen bat and patent leather shoes any wom an is smartly frocked In Pastel Colors Plain materials are much easier of construction than are those of striped barred and flowered material Per haps It is this that has made the doll cute pastelcolored batiste a favorite with the homo dressmaker The fact remains that many of the more expensive sheer linen models In these delicate tones are copied by tho amateur In tho less expensive ha tlste A favored method of finishing the batiste frock is the basting together of Us various parts and the holding of them in place by a very close anti even featherstitching Frills of Footing Platted frills of white tulle footing arc much In evidence on pretty blouses of colored foulard They are Intend ed It Is true to be worn with the separate skirt but the colors should match thus making the dress at least harmonious If not a true example of tho onepiece frock The footing frill usually Is edged with a little strip of straight or bias silk like the blouse and its covered buttons and small bow tie uje of plain foulard to match the general color scheme Mercurial Lotion The application of mercurial lotion will sometimes remove pimple scars It is very strong and must bo used with great fare It la best to have a chemist do tho mixing The formu la Is ten grains of corrosive sublimate andrososkin letting It dry on Night and morning Is sufficiently often omitting after a few days and again using It Is poisonous if taken Internally mid is a strung bleach 1885 Berea College 1909 I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of till Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library ID Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MOrjEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Samo lectures library and general advantages as for moro 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 bookdTRADE 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 thoso 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 Evea 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 Gen man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wltti use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a money malcing Institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends paysinwho are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students como fromh mn1beAll except thoso with parents In Berea live In Cotloge buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the valuo of their labor Except in win ter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents Secretarybeforeone dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary bestbutCooperativeother necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent s for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of i teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most BtnOents Is 500 a term J6 la courses with Latin and 700 la Collegiate count f j PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by L the term board by the haft term Installments are as follows FALL14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle of term 945 rJnstallmentterm 000- 0SPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle of r term 6ilijSPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 e SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami 1nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for traCtrtlon of a week J- On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there is a largo loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of the amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle ot a term will re ceive a certificate for onehalt the Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of tenn bIlls by5 the sttv Sent in person or a brother or sister If presented within four termsl y The first day of Fall term is September 15 1909 K The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910 l For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY00 That Premium Knife N 1 takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like A good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar pnper thnt is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 IJhnt brings subscriptions all the time If you have notgogit you t have 4 CARNHG1U IIUKARV Where twentyfire thousand books and many magazines ore ready for the use of Derca atudenta I lTHE SCHOOL 1j PLAYTIME IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS tThe Educational Value of Play By J W DINSMOKB THE TEACHER ON THE PLAYGROUND For these and other reasons It is the teachers duty and should be his privilege to be with the children at play time whether he shares in their games or only oversees and encourages The teachers province or the play ground has been sufficient ly outlined in Chapter Three It need only bo added that the children should f never be given reason to feel that the teachers presence Is d hindranceI to enjoyment or a wet any way He should enter so hearti ly into the spirit of the occasion that tl his presence is desirable on the part of the children This Is not difficult to accomplish SCHOOL GAMES 1 APPARATUS While no great amount of apparatus is needed for country schools some simple arrangements should be provid ed There should be swings teeter boards sliding boards a horizontal bar vaulting bars a swinging bar or trapeze and a single rope swing The little ones in addition to swings teeter boards and sliding boards should have a sand pile for constructing works and should be supplied with clay for clay modeling and mud pies The sand and clay to be enjoyed should be used In shady places The boys may provide themselves with materials for quoits ring toss ball games and hockey or shlnney as It is frequently called HOW TO SECURE THESE MATERIALS t Nearly all of the above need cost nothing but time and labor and this I can be furnished by teacher arid pu pile The slight expense for ropes takingI4 DIPS FOR SHEEP SCAB Methods of Eradicating the Disease Which is Costing Kentucky Far mers So Much We spoke last week of the dangers t which are threatening sheep raising lu Kentucky and showed that immedl ate action by the Individual farmers Is required to save this industry especially valuable for the pmountain regions It was also shown that the disease is easily cured under a proper treatment and that any farm er who wishes to can at little cost have a well and clean flock t This weeks article deals with the method of dipping suitable dipping I d tanks and the best mixture for dip c pingIn the first place it shuold be remarked I L that when a few sheep In a flock show signs of scab it is prob Willidevelopand therefore all should be dipped 1 Also when sheep have been dipped they should not be turned back into I the same pasture or stables where I there are sure to be mites left on the i unItlltime for the mites to die off or till I every place has been thoroly cleaned with carbolic acid solution or some otter preparation to kill the mitesIt There aro a large number parations for dipping sheep and T many are put up by patent medicineI houses Those which are good have I been guaranteed by the Department j of Agriculture and are so marked and none which are not so marked i should be used On all such mixtures are full directions for using i them which must be followed careful t lye especially such as refer to the j amount of water which Is to be mixed in r f ii conIslderedThe lime and sulphur dip is very ef I tectlve and cheap but there are soy slightl 1 up a collection or by a donation from I some kind hearted patron The pupils will derive most enjoyment from what Tl1eyIfor others I In certain favored neighborhoods lawn tennis basketball and croquet may be leasable and advisable but in many districts where such things have never been introduced it will not be wise to undertake too many innovations at first Start with the simple materials suggested above orI even a part of them ahd the others will follow In due time Space is lacking in a single chapter to go Into detailed explanations as I to the use ot the above mentioned apparatus There are books upon games that give jill necessary Inform ation and any competent librarian i I will upon application tell how and where the books may be secured It is as Important that tho teacher I should know something about games i as that he should be proficient in the studies he teaches in the school room The children will know or find out many things but tho teacher must keep ahead I FURTHER PROVISION FOR THEI LITTLE ONES I The small pupils will amuse them selves much of the time with the andIIn it tho some care should be taken to save their clothes If the sliding board Is made very smooth and a small board be provided for the chil dren to sit on not much damage will result ly damages the wool always giving It a washed appearance to which some dealers object and It also makes the operators hands sore and burned It has very little effect in destroying the sheep tick hence should not be used in cases where both the mite and tick are to be treated The formula for making the dip is this Unslaked IIme8 pounds Flowers of sulphur24 pounds Water 100 gallons Slake the lime in a little water to which add the sulphur stirring con stantly Transfer the mass to 25 gallons of hot water and boll for 2 hours at least with frequent stirring adding a little water from time to time After boiling thoroly put the mixture in a barrel and let it set tle for several hours then the clear solution should be dipped from the top To be sure to get out all the sediment filter It thru ordinary bag ging Enough water should then be added to the clear mixture solution drawn off to make 100 gallons of the mixture The water added should be hot enough so that the final mixture will register from 100 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit If there Is no thermome ter handy test it by putting the bare elbow in it It should be about as hot as can be borne with comfort ImI the skin will not peel A tobacco dip Is probably the most effective remedy for sheep scab In this dip the thing which destroys the scab mite is nicotine Tobacco does not Injure tho wool In any way altho canAbethe wool Is scoured at Tobacco dip also kills the tick and louse If It is made too strong the sheep will sicken and some may die Tobacco dip may be made either the leaves or the stems stalks land sweepings of the tobacco The I great difficulty in preparing the dip Is in being unable to tell what per centage of nicotine is in the tobacco I used The dark tobacco contains JI 1 =Y 1 JIIlF J L more nicotine than does the light variety The top leaves of any tobacco plant contain more nicotine than the lower leaves and the leaves contain more than the stems and the stems more than the stalks The darker tobacco Is the more nicotine It contains money is saved by making tho INo dip on the farm as the good leaves are too valuable to bo used for tho purpose and the poor leaves and trash will sell for enough tot buy tho patent medicine With the ordinary apparatus on hand at at farm not more than 65 percent of the nicotine in tobacco can be obtained Taking this Into consideration It would require for example 23 pounds of sweepings of dark tobacco analysing 1275 per cent of nicotine to produce 042 of a pound of nicotine in 100 gallons of water The formula for making tobacco de coctions for the dipping of sheep afflicted with scab as used by the Capo Town colony as well as the one used by advocates of tho Bureau of Animal Industry Is 21 pounds of good tobacco leaves to 100 gallons of water To prepare a tobacco decocatlon soak the tobacco In luke warm water for 21 hours in a covered pot or kettle Then heat to the boiling point for an instant and let it soak for another hour or two Strain tho mixture un der considerable pressure as in n cider press so as to get out as much ooze as possible and dilute with suf- flcent water to make 100 gallons Then add 16 pounds of sulphur and stir thoroly It hard water is used it should be softened with lye or sal soda and be used as warm as In tho lime and sulphur mixture During the dipping tho contents of the vat should be stirred thoroly from time to time As tobacco dips spoil easily a fresh solution should be made up when the sheep are dipped the second time which Is usually from 10 to 14 days after the first dipping It Is good practice to dip the sheep and lambs twice 8 or 12 days apart just after shearing time Sheep dip ped for scab should not be returned to the barn from which they came but If this must be done the barn should be cleaned of all manure and bits of wool and the walls and posts should be washed with a disinfectant to tho height of four or five feet Cresol used in the proportion of 1 gallon of cresol to 50 gallons of water thoroly stirred is useful for disinfecting The water must be warm and soft Dipping vats can be made of wood metal or concrete For a small num ber of sheep the barrel used to scald pigs can be used for dipping but if a farmer has more than 25 sheep he should havo or build a vat Concrete vats can be built at a small cost Three or four farmers can club togeth er and get a galvanized tank and haul It to their respective farms as it is needed The vat should be narrow enough to keep the sheep from turn Ing around in it and deep enough to swim the sheep The narrower the vat the less the dip required to fill It Twenty Inches at the top and 8 at the bottom is a good width When dipping the sheep use a crutch on the shoulder of the sheep to keep tho back under water and to prevent it from swimming thru the bath too quickly Under no circumstances should a person get Into the dip as It is dangerous THIS SHOWS EDUCATION PAYS The average educated man gets a salary of 1000 per year Ho works UOOOOIa average laborer gets 1GO per day three hun dred days in the year or 450 per year or 18000 In forty years a lifetime the difference between 40000 and 18000 22000 equals the value of an education in dollars To acquire this earning capacity requires twelve years at school or one bun dred and eighty days each or a to tal of two thousand one hundred eighty days Divide 22000 value of an education by two thousand one hundred eighty number of days re quired in getting it and we find that each day at school is worth a little more than 10 to the pupil Cant at ford to keep them out can weT I t W t UKCOIN nu1 e The main recitation building lined with connive uipmenlIIerea hoe other buildings as gout TRAINING NEEDED Continued from Klrtt rage The boy or girl who takes a straight year line thirtysix weeks ot schooling while the one who takes the wInter and spring terms for two years has fortyfour weeks Now what are the things that make tho thirtysix weeks of continuous study worth more than tho fortyfour weeks taken In the two different years twentytwo weeks each year L The expense to the student In getting ready for school at two dif ferent times Is greater than It Is to get ready once This needs no argu ment 2 All well organized schools plan their work for the entire year whllo It Is true they also plan for those who enter the winter or oven the spring term the best plan Is for those who enter at the beginning of tho school year The authorities of any school large or small will toll you this is so In your country schools how many times do children repeat subjects because they enter late and cannot take the work they could have taken In the beginning of the term or leave school tho previous term without completing the subject 3 It takes every person some time to get started to do his best work Everyone knows the difficulty in taking up a work that has not been done for some time It makes no differ ence how many shocks of corn you cut last year you must undergo about so much training before you can do your best work this tall Men who shear few sheep scarcely shear more than twentyfive In a day but after they have hardened themselves toI the work and know just how to dle the sheep they shear many more One thing Is certain no shearer docs his best work tho first part of the season The big base ball teams prac the all winter that they may do their best work in the spring This summer the writer worked In tho harvest field lie had not work ed on a farm for some time and while he knew how to do tho work Ud well as any ho soon found out he could not keep up By the time ho was hardened to the work and could do a mans work the har vest season was over Just so It is with a student entor ing school in the middle of the year by the time he is prepared to do his bes work tho school year has closed Hi repeats tho performance year after year and whllo he improves himself he never develops his full capacity for work 4 The student who spreads his course over so much time not only tails to get the most out of his course but often looses Interest altogether and never completes the work he planned You doubtless know of many of this class The trouble with most of this half converted class of students Is right here they do not see what a complete course of training In school will do for them They are like the man who has joined church simply because he believes religion is a good thing but falls to realize what religion can do for him The student who sees clearly what an education will do for him is the fellow who gets to school the first day and wins out in tho end Next week we shall point out a number of examples of this class- NEARPOSSUM This is a tried and tested Dixie re cipe for nearpossum Into a pound slice of pork steak place a stuffing made as follows Doll and peel two goodsized sweet potatoes press thru a colander season with two table spoonfula of brown sugar tho same quantity of dark molasses and mix in one egg The steak can bo held around the stuffing with threads Rub salt and popper over the completed possum and place Ina bakingpan with one pint ot water Bake for one hour and fifteen minutes basting fre- Quently Remove the threads and serve on a platter garnished with small baked apples Fannie Merritt Farmer In September Womans Home Companionoj y f ILETS PRETEND a little while That tho world la managed right That theres little which Is Vile That theres much to give delight vretendI Is fair To the murmur of despair Lots pretend for today That our hearts aro freo from woe That the wind blows just the way Wo would like to have It blow Lets pretend that what wo do Is the work we lIke best Lets pretend tho scene wo view Is of all the loveliest Lets pretend were satisfied Lets pretend were bravo and strong Maybe after wo havo tried Wo can do it right alongS E Kiser NEWS OF THE WEEK I Continued from Hmtrigei lag rain storm two passenger steamers collided at tho entrance of tho Mont tevideo Harbor in Central America and one of them was completely wrecked Between a hundred and fifty and I two hundred persons were killed and many injured IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from Pint rage i Monday leaving a noto for his wlfo telling her that ho had never cared for her and had been deceiving her I all the time Ills whereabouts are unknown EASTERN Continued front tat pugc friends at Wagcrsvllle Luther Young and Miss Cyntha Sparks of Wagers I ville were quietly married at tho home of the bride last Wednesday Mrs Nannie Parsons of Irvine is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Owen Arvlno at Wagervl11e Miss Della Gentry of Paint Lick has made 1Irs1Wmfrom this locality planning to to school at Berea next montl Tho little son of Jan Flynn who has been I e81terdaydeparted this life Aug ICth Funeral services held at the Station Camp Clfrlstlnu church conducted by the Rev L II Reynolds of Flat Rock and the Rev J Pierce Strathers of Danville Interment in the Capt John Wilson cemetery Deceased leaves ono son and two daughters and a largo number of relatives to mourn their loss LOCfSfT BRANCH Locust Branch Aug 23The Insti tuto was held last week at IrvlneI L E Cox Is teaching a singing school at Parks school houseA II Johns ton purchased a thirty horse power engine from D W Gentry and Is letting It at Jinks David Isaacs shot tVllllam Pearsons last Monday with a shot gun Mr Pearson has forty odd shot In him but is getting well D W Gentry is well and is managing his mill again Dr Land Sunday and family visited at Robt Lands I LAUREL COUNTY 110NIIA3I Bonham Aug 22Mr James HOB kina who has been down so long with fever departed this life Aug 21st Ills body was laid to rest in tho old Ward cemetery Ho leaves a pious old mo ther and father and many others to mourn his death He leaves a good testimony that he Is resting with the angels In heaven Maggie Holcomb from Illinois Is visiting her parents and other friends at this place for a few weeks and we are glad to have her with usMr John Dcnham and Miss Maggie Denham from Jackson County are visiting their uncle E Den ham at this place for a few days Corn crops are cut short In this part LEE COUNTY LKIGHTON Leighton Aug 23 We are having rF it some tine weather now Mr Ace I Roach artU wife are visltiny his sis terInlaw Mrs Sarah Roacb We are all glad to coo Mr Janice Gabbard out again Several of tbls place went r to Cincinnati on an excursion Sunday Mr Albert Hayes stave mill has shut down for a few days and ho is J aiming to run his planing mill for a whlloMr Robert Farmer of Leigh ton visited his father of Jackson County Saturday and Sunday Funeral 01 services were held at tho Doos Creek 1I1 cemetery Sunday conducted by tho 1 Rev Sherman Robblni Mrs Ora Grit tin has returned homo from Bcroa and reported the fair was fine CLAY COUNTY BKXTONK CItE IC Sextons Creek Aug lanaln is still plentiful Two of Eltsha Gibsons onoI q Sparks and sister Matllo have return ed from Lexington where they have been attending the FairJ II Sand Hn and family aro starting for Indiana today Mary S Hunter Is expected t- I home today from London where the I has been visiting her mother and other relatives Henry Singleton and Miss Sophia Campbell were married Thursday by tho Rev J P Metcalf Mr and Mrs John Rowlctt who have been in Hamilton Ohio for the last few months are backMr and Mrs 1M K Sandlla returned a tow days from Mt Vernon where toyIhad been visiting their son school began here Saturday conducted r by Mr J A Hunter O W Hunter helped Sam Saylor cover his barn and dwelling house last week David Bowman is driving It II Bowmans team this fall Martha E Peters purchased an organ from Lizzie Say lor Saturday Hamilton 0letter I Hamilton 0 Aug 23 Hamilton was visited by many heavy rains and elrctrlcal storms during the past Week One dwelling in the city and two buns outside of town were struck Allen of oorelIIlhlttningHenry County is in Hamil ton for C C Paper CoIThe meetings hold each Saturday and Sunday evening in front of the Court drawingIll1lGe t- a 0- piimary election held hero September 7th for nominating candidates for tho various city offices Many applicants trout both parties Postmaster O V rnrilb is attending tho meeting of tho National Association ot Postmas tare in Toledo 0 Thursday was Cia cinnati Day In the Star Camp con Wtownmen visited the campDeputy sheriff Metcalf took Stephen SImpton con GarfledIing of city council last week a petition was received asking for the removal of tho C II bt D roundhouse from Its present location owing to the smoke nuisance The now Lincoln school building on Prospect lull in Hamilton which cost over 57000 is completed and will be ready for use when school opens The annual convention of the W C T U of Butler County was held in Darrtown last Thursday Now officers wore elect odlIrs Salllo A Ramsey colored Gospel evangelist of Shelbyvlllo Ind has been helping Dr Snolson colored carry on a series of evangelistic ser vices at tho Payne A M E church In Hamilton Quite a number of colored people havo been convertedMoores company of Indiana which played Hiawatha at tho Miami Valley Chautauqua are now at the Cincinnati Zoological Garden Two men were arrested In Hamilton for counterfeit Ing One of tho men was an expert machinist who made tho molds and dies and tho other tried to pass the money Civil service officers Bolin took the men to Cincinnati where they gave a large bond w a I T f t i 11 a0 JI f jb 40 aletN e olta i s 4JtQl jand Vicinity i0 0 0 o 0 o 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o 0 0 o5SoSQSOSOSeSGYOScSOSOSOOOSOSoSetloUoSotloAoUoSoioSo DR BEST I DENTIST CITY PIIONI ranlOFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L dt N TIME TABLE 3 NORTH BOUND fJnoxvlUe 630am 1100 p m T BEREA 129 p m 400 a m Cincinnati C10 p m 765 a m SOUTH BOUND Local Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p m BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m Knoxvlllo 700 p m 660 a m EXPRESS TRAINS Stop to let off or take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnatia 815 a m BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 436 p in j Cincinnati 835 p m o George Lampe was In Cincinnati ivcr Sunday I InIMiss Laura Sopor Is visiting her brother J B Soper at Lancaster Mr and Mrs E B Wallace went I to Kingston Wednesday to visit Mrs Wallace Uncle Mr Chas Soper Miss Margaret Mlnnlch has a posl tlonln tho City Hospital ot Hunting ton W Va FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain a1 In good condition Apply to J J Groenieaf Assignee Rlchtnond Ky Mr J U Bingham and daughter of Gray Hawk are visiting friends in i town for a few days Mr Blnghatn was a pleasant caller at our office Tuesdl11l Logsdon formerly a popular t merchant of our town but now of Panola was In Berea last week and sold his property on Center Street to Will Isaacs who will soon take uj his residence there Friends hero of It B Roberts who was a student hero a tow years ago t will be Interested In his nomination t County Attorney of Leslie County b l a majority of 244 f The babies contest at tho First Baptist church colored ended Sunday- tl proceeds for the benefit ot the church being f42G1 We sell all kinds of feed coal Ice cedar and locust posts and best quali ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on the market 1 Phono 169 Holiday Co Railroad St Bares Ky Miss Lucia Wyatt Is spending the week la Cincinnati with relatives Maynard Lewis loft Sunday for Cleveland whore he has a place near there to work 1Mia Maggie Hurley and sister of Mr and Mrs J K Baker are Visiting at their home this week b Tkk Baptist Sunday school plcnd held at Slato Lick Springs last Friday was attended by a very large I t crowd and the usual good times of presentkin Lexington game home Saturday night for a short stay with home folks Mr Pal Lewis accompanied by Mrs Lewis and BOil Urmston went to Rich mond Tuesday Mr Lewis goes to receive treatment from the GibsonI Doctors there s Weda days with her friend Miss Floy Blazer at tho homo ot Mrs Bert Coddington Will Blanton was In Richmond Sat urday Miss Bessie Sexton has been sick 1since last Friday Mrs Fannie Demmon and son Hu bert left Monday morning for a two weeks visit with her brother Mr James Cheney at Valley View IIOR SALE111m leaving Kentucky and will sell 74 acres good land on Wallacoton Pike good house and barn + wIth water near the house and three Ai good orchards z Ellhu Blcknell 13t Paint Lick Ky Misses Nina and Bertha King went to Cincinnati the first ot the week 1tor a visit of several days While p there they will bo the guest of Mr and Mrs E E Wyatt The officers and teachers of they Disciples Sunday school gavo the Rev and Mrs 0 A VanWlnklo a dellght n ful little surprise party Tuesday even ing at the home of Mr Wright Kelly on Chestnut Street Cream and cake 1 were served as refreshments Mr and Mrs VanWlnklo leave for Vanceburg r Ky about the middle ot September Misses Etta Lewis and Molllo Stowe were shopping in Richmond Satur ltft jI y J 11 L J Mr Gilbert Reynolds has moved to Laurel Creek Mr Joo Bender was In town over SundayMrs Tlncher of Gray Hawk is visit ing friends In town Mrs Ina McCormick who has been spending tho summer in Berea went to New York yeotdrday for a months camping before going to join her husband In South America Miss Roling of tho Richmond Stato Normal left yesterday Miss Dora Ely left Tuesday morning for Red Houso whero she will till tho place of tho teacher who is 111 Several young people from town enjoyed a drive to DIg Hill Spring Saturday afternoon Tho house of Mr Harry Woodall on Doono Street caught flro last Wed nesday night from an exploded lamp and burned down without anything being saved Tho house was covered by a very good insurance Miss Sarah Ely a nurse In tho GIb- son Infirmary at Richmond came homo Monday for a short visit with her mother and returned Wednesday Misses Mallnda and Ella Harrison wont to Cincinnati Sunday About twentyfive young people greatly enjoyed a marshmallow roast down on tho banks of tho creek last Vetiueiday evening FOR SALE House and lot In lerea Ky east end ot Jackson St House Is two stories has flvo rooms tour largo closets and In good condi tion Thero Is about an acre of ground a good well GO feet deep anew cistern trees and outbuildings This Is cheap at 1000 cash Write to H M Shouse Marksburg Ky WANTED Chestnut cord wood cut In five foot longtbs green or deaden Write Union Tanning Company olllco Tenn PUBLIC SALE Wo will offer for sale Wedueaday Sept 15 1909 at 10 oclock a m our farm containing 192 82100 acres situated onehalf mile from Kingston Madison County Kentucky on the Kingston and Borca turnpike Thli farm Is ono of tho best improved farms in the county under good fencing and In a high stato of cultivation It Is well watered by numerous sprlngo and ponds There le about ono hundred acres In grass forty acres in meadow and tho re mainder In cultivation Tho farm Is located In ono of the best neighborhoods In Madison Coun onehalt mile from postofflce Lurch and school house Rural route ot the door A modern residence six rooms all necessary outbuildings barn tool house cistern good gar den and young orchard The right for fall seeding will be given the purchaser with full posses aloa January 1 191- 0VEItMSOnebal of purchase price will be required when possession Is liven The remainder in twelve and eighteen months to bear Interest at thu rate ot six per annum until raid A lien will bo retained on nil the laud until all tho purchase money Is paidAny ono desiring to sea tho farm ot for further Information call on or write J R Cox R F D No3 Richmond Ky or J B Parkos King ston Ky M F Cox R W Boulware n F D No3 Richmond Ky VV P Prowltt Auctioneer DONT BE A QUITTER Blessed Is tho man who sticks to- his work for ho shall rejoice In Its accomplishment Blessed Is tho man who hangs onto his job for tho ond thereof IS full knowledge ot the way the work must bo done Blessed Is tho man who puts his whole heart Into his task for at tho end ot tho day his work will sing to him Blessed Is tho man who Is not ashamed of dirt grime and labor stain for when his work Is one clean will bo tho money In his pay onvelopo Blessed la the man who makoth the work at his hand a stepping atone to better things for under tho sUmula Uon of work well done will como energy to rise to a higher placo Blessed Is tha man who through pa tience and Industry comes to the end of his day for his sleep shall be sweet and his dream divine Tho quitter Is not so Teacher I wonder what your mother would say It she knew how back ward you are In geography Qlrl Oh my mother says she never learnt jogfry and shes married and Aunt Sally says she never learnt Jog try and ahea married and you did and you aint ft r WHITE WYANDOTTEST- HE BESTBred in line for years by the finest of breeders I have a number of Roosters I will sell for the low price of jioo each Call on or see KentuckyI00000000e008001-o 01 College Items o- j of- c HERE AND THERE e- ollo oSootr5OSoUo o OO o8o Prof and Mrs a D Smith of Rich mond spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week with Prof and Mrs C D Lewis Mrs McCormick who Is staying at Ladles Hall was badly jolted by a fa 1 from a horso on Monday Prof and Mrs Ellis Scale and fami ly returned last Saturday from their trip to Chautauqua Mrs J O Calfeo has returned from her vacation at Chautauqua Dr Cowley and his Sunday school class of boys spent Sunday at the bungalow on Indian Fort mountain Miss Corwin will return from her vacation next Tuesday She will be accompanied by Mrs Rldgoway who will again make her home hero Prof Q D Smith of Richmond and Dr Bruce Fink of the Department of Botany of Miami University are spend ing ten days In the Cow Bell Hollow region studying Botany Francis O Clark who has been studying In Cornell this summer re turned Saturday but loft again Wed nesday for a short trip to Owsley County On his return hero he will resume the splendid series of articles he has been writing for The Citizen Miss Margaret Creech has returned from her work at the Seattle Exposi tion Mrs Hays Is now on her way back and Is visiting In Colorado Msa Creech will spend a few days with relatives In Cartcrsvllle Miss Myrna Walker will soon be Joined here by her mother and younger sister and tho family will live this winter In tho apartments recently vacated by B E Cartmell Mrs Rlgby returned Tuesday night from ChautAuqua- Miss Margaret Todd and Cleveland and Elizabeth Frost have returned from their vacation at Chautauqua Mrs Frost will bo back about Sept 1 and Pres Frost about Sept 4 PRIMARY CALLED OEF The Republican primary which had been called to be held In the Glade precinct Sept 18 to select a nominee for Justice of tho Peace has been called off and Tom Ifazelwood will be declared the nominee by unanimous consent Mr Weaver the Republi can candidate for Circuit Clerk camp down from Richmond Tuesday and arguing that it was not a good thing to have tho party fighting internally over a candidate for justice of the peace brought about a conference As a result both Messrs Short and Wil son withdrew and Mr Hazelwood will be nominated It is not believed that there will bo any opposition to him John Collins has been declar ed the nominee for constable there being no other candidate Both these gentlemen will undoubtedly bo elect ed Mr Short has asked The Citizen to assure his friends of his grateful appreciation of their loyal and hearty support which he will never forget Thats So The time tbo place and tbo girl How seldom wo son them together And another rare combination is tho man tho scheme and tho colnJl lustrated Bits OUR WESTERN TOUR No 2Salt Lake City The Journey from Pikes Peak to great Salt Lake GOO miles and more must bo made In two minutes Moun tains In sight most of the way the narrowing valley of tho Arkansas fin ally passing through the Royal Gorge the passing of the picturesque Tennes see pass broad stretches of arid plains sometimes clanging to billowy stretches Interspersed with lovely Irrigated valleys and thus tho whole journey of thirty hours Is described While hundreds of thousands of travelers pass this gateway of the west yearly the special attraction of last week at Salt Lake City was tho Grand Army National Encamp ment Several thousand old Soldiers gathered here yet tho attendance is acknowledged to be the least of any which wo bavo had The Encamp mont proper or convention occupy ing Thursday and Friday however was larger than of recent years Your readers must know that those who meet in a convention and transact tho business for the great National Association are but a few of the throngs who wend their way to the Encampment city The masses of soldiers hardly know that there is a convention This year tho selection of Atlantic City as tho place of meet ing for 1910 and the election of ex Governor Van Bant of Minnesota as CommandorinChlof was satisfactory to the Kentucky representatives The great day of tho encampment Wed nesday with ito parade passed off most pleasantly Though our rants are somewhat depleted there was no falling oft of interest on tho part of the tens of thousands of spectators In case of tho living flag only there was a little disappointment Of the 1COO children dressed some in red somo in white and some in blue and so placed as to imitate the American flag to tho delight of the marching soldiers 30 or 40 succumbed to the heat and had to be taken away On this account it cccmed necessary to break up the entlro flag before the parade was done so we of Kentucky can hardly bo said to have seen tho flag at all Your correspondent pre sided at the Camp Fire In the Ar mory Hall Thursday night and de livered himself of his speech The various camp fires of which there were more than one every night were accounted a success All returned to their homes or proceeded on their moro extended tours with words of praise for the hospitality of the city and the general cordiality that was manifest Tho valley In which Salt Lake City IB situated to tho untrained eye seems to be narrow with the Wasatch Mountains on ono side and the Oquirrh on the other But when one starts out on foot with the thought of reaching one of these mountains his tired limbs soon remind him that distances are deceptive and he becomes convinced that there is room for the making ot a magnificent city here with ample plains for cultivation besides Wo are told that when Brig ham Young at the head of his first great company of imlgrants eemerged from Emigration Canyon and looked out upon the barren plain before him he exclaimed Here Is tho promised land Whether ho was inspired as some at least of hIs followers believe or whether ho had already learned enough in regard to the possibilities of irrigation thusto be convinced tha it was possible to reclaim this spa cious valley we aro not called upon to decide Be that as It may one Dont Worry If you are sick dont worry but begin at once to make yourself well To do this we but repeat the words of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ills when we say TAKE CARU U- J 79 It Will Help You For 50 years this wonderful female remedy has been benefiting sick women Mrs Jennie Merrick of Cambridge City Ind says I suffered greatly with female trouble and the doctors did no good They wanted to operate but I took Cardui and it made mo feel like a new woman I am still using this wonderful medicine with increasing relief AT ALL DRUG STORES I r of the many wonders of the agd found its location hero During tho CO years which have elapsed tho waters from tho mountains around have been ga thered and dispensed from this point BO that some of the most fertile land to be found is la close proximity to this city The yards cannot bo excell ed In verdancy Water Is used lavishly It flows In concrete channels along tho sides of some of the leading streets It bubbles up in fountains accessable to all and as cool and pure as anyone need ever drink Here has grown up a city of moro than 100000 Inhabitants According to some enthusiastic inhabitants It has reach I ed 125000 but I always make allow ances for the enthusiastic residents I of a city Though the city seems well provided with hotels two more are projected which will cost somewhere from ono to two million dollars each There are churches as capa cious luxurantly finished and well equipped as in tho eastern cities but of course the notable public buildings are those of tho church of Later Day Saints Their great templo with its multitude of spires of various heights I will not attempt to describe for I am not allowed to enter it Not all of the members the Mormon church even those ofI pass their liven In this place ever the Inside Those who do go through an underground passage to reach it rather than to enter directly through a door In tho same Inclosure Includ ing 10 acres of land is the vast tab ernacle This is generously placed at the service of other people than the church on special occasions I sup pose It will contain and seat 12000 persons In an emergency more can be Inside Its walls It Is so constructed that Its acoustic properties are of the highest order I have personally attended no less than four functions there and rarely have missed a word that was uttered or lost a single note of the softest strains of music which there have been dispensed The reg I ular Sunday services of tho church with lengthy discourses by Elder D H Roberts explaining tho theologi cal belief of tho church I should greatly have disliked to miss The semiofficial meeting of the National Encampment on Tuesday night of course was a most inspiring occasion Tho great concert held nightly during encampment week to which most of the old soldiers had free admission t was one of tho best I ever heard organ recital at noon dally TheI from 30 to 40 minutes and free brings out tho wonderful qualities of the great organ better than any of tho previous meetings It Is claimed that this is the best organ in onr country I am not a competent judgo but certainly It seems to me as though It were three or four organs in one Never before have I been In doubt as to whether a certain part of the music came from some mysterious nook In the organ or from a choir of human voices in the dlstanceI am sure now it was from the former Of tho physical features worthy of mention I dwell a moment upon the arrangement of streets In the main part of the city the blocks are very large 40 rods square and containing 10 acres each These streets are 8 rods or 132 feet from building to build ing or 99 feet between tho curb stones Where in our country will wo find their equal In some of tho newer resident portions In the city the distance between streets Is only halt so great Tho great Salt Lake or at least the famous resort Soltalr on Its margin Is about 18 miles away We have had a railroad ride there and have enjoyed to the full a sail on its beautiful surface and a bath In the heavy waters These waters are EO impregnated with salt that one cannot sink The floating on the surface it one lies on his back Is perfectly easy even for the unlnltated The after noon we wero there dressing roOms were In great demand although I noticed that the numbers of the rooms extended beyond one thousand From this one can form an Idea of the animated appearance looking down from the pier Into tho waters at tho hour of the day when the sea bathing Is at Its height The lake Is about 100 miles long and I suppose CO or 70 miles wide in the widest part There are islands In It containing hundreds of acres with mountain peaks some 2000 feet above the water level One of the Islands has a herd of buffalo numbering 20 or 30 They are practi cally wild but there Is a certain man who is recognized as their owner There are interesting trolly rides In various directions most of which time will not permit us to enjoy We do treat ourselves however to a visit to Fort Douglas about four miles away whose regiment of soldiers de lighted the onlooking thousands by their marches and manoeuvers on Main Street the day of the parade They reminded us who were soldiers long ago that we are Has boons when It cornea to accuracy in execut- Ing the military manoeuvers Mrs Dodge and I are blessed In having visits with a cousin of hers whom she met years ago with a for mer school mate and room mate of mine whom I had not soon for 42 years and also a night at the home of Wm N Hanson whose name will bo recognized by many of The CitizenI readers I must not elaborate other II1II points of Interest Yellowstone Park next week LeVant Dodge Keep Cheerful From a scientific standpoint a cheer ful temper fs better than medicine or gold It tones the system It gives one a sane outlook on life But the grouch physiologically and psychical ly is dangerous Uncle Ezra Says It may bo good tcachln to turn the other cheek to yewr adversary an git It bitted but my experience hex ben that It IB tho best policy to get it out of his 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that the offer was refused It can be seen from this that the suffragette movement has not madei much progress among the Young Turks for the feminine heart could never havo resisted throwing such a plain bargain Thoughtless fun reached a dangerous pitch at Beloit college when in an exchange ot courtesies between young lady students one of them was Injured by having red pepper rubbed Into her eyes The report runs that tho injured girl is In danger of losing her sight In entering Into the college spirit girls seem to show qulto as much aptitude as boys Tho United States circuit court of appeals at San Francisco has decided that the great fire In that city was not caused by tho earthquake which pre ceded it and tho matter is now settled j so far as certain insurance cases are concerned But this will not alter pop- ulari conviction that if there had been I no quake there would have been no fireNow a Washington minister says that Cains wifo was a fine woman It 1sl1 good thing that it has struck somebody even though this late in the day to do Justice to this neglected lady As her history Is burled in oblivion it is to be hoped that If her husband did exterminate his brother he was not anything of a ladyklller Still while we are turning up the nose of artistic scorn at the womens hats it may bo salutary for the males to recall that for the better part of a I century the acme of style In masculine headgear has been a construction do scribed as chimney pot and afford ing about the degree of comfort that the name suggests Tho cause of aristocracy has fallen on evil days An Italian prince was recently arrested and held all day in a police station for running down two workmen with an automobile for which be had no license Why go to Morocco to bo carried orE expensiveIransom one can as I vest ones money in lawsuits gasoline launches and other games of chance here at homer French art circles are discussing the r question At what age is a woman most beautiful It is a question whether the ladles can be persuaded to provide any reliable statistics ID the matter Tho notable Increase in the post once receipts all over the country is bankIbest Indicator of the activity of busl nosegore etymologist ventures to say nickelodeons bad tholr names sug gested by Old Nick Walt till ho gets his chance for rofen go against the author of that statement Somebody annpunccs that the tipping evil is unknown In Finland Must wo choose then between giving tips and living in Finland OIvo us time to thldk It over Sound baseball advice Never let a gamp get away when it is possible to win As In cribbage pegging just one maymake the victory Keep right on top of your job all the time A great many people are not tempted to engage in intensive farming because they are not sufficiently intense in their dispositions to tackle the job New uniforms for the army will cost 4000000 Unclo Sams boys are aw ft111y Lard on clothes t 1 It SUTTON SLEW SELF EITHER COMMITTED SUICIDE OR ACCIDENTALLY TOOK OWN LIFE IS VERDICT HIS RIVALS ARE EXONERATED Inquiry Court Decides That Lieutenant Was to Blame for Own Death Mother Will Ask Congress to Start New Probe Washington That Lieut James Sutton of the United States marine corps killed himself accidentally or with suicidal intent Is the finding ot the court of inquiry which has been approved by Acting Secretary Win throe of the navy and so far as the department Is concerned the case is closedCounsel for the Suttons Intimated however after the courts decision had become definitely known that they were tar from satisfied with the verdict and that they probably would take the issues involved to congress with a view of having a full hearing of the case by a committee of that body In part the court says Lieut Sutton Is directly and solely responsible for his own death which was self lnfilcted either intentionally or In an effort to shoot one of tho persons restraining him and his death was not caused by any other Injury whatever Tho court also finds That Lieut Utley failed In his duty as senior of ficer present under article 266 United States navy regulations 1909 in permitting Lieut Sutton to run away and arm himself instead ot calling on those present for assistance and fol lowing Llout Sutton preventing his arming himself by force If necessary and turning him over to the custody of the officer of the day That TJeut Bovan officer of the oftheSuttons tent That Lljut Willing the omcer ot the day failed In his duty as omcer of the day In not Immediately assist- Ing by force In helping to disarm Lieut Sutton when he arrived on the scene before the fatal shot was firedThat the charges of wilful murder and conspiracy to conceal it made by the complainant Mrs Sutton mother of Lieut Sutton are purely imaginary and unsupported by even a shadow of evidence truth or reason howeverthatInexperience of Lleuts Utley Willing and Devan at the time and of the al together unusual conditions of excite ment threats and danger during the aforementioned fray that no further proceedings be taken The report is signed by J Hood commander United States navy presi dent of the board and Henry Leonard major United States marine corps BILLION FOR ROCKEFELLER Amount Represents His Fortune at End of Ten Years Powerless to Prevent It Now York Think how you would feel if you knew you would be the worlds first billionaire at the end of the next ten years that you are powerless to prevent the growth of your own wealth even though you have given away 130000000 This is the fate that awaits John D Rockefeller at tho end of the next ten years Standard Oil stock sold atl12Wednesday the highest price it has reached since the panic of 1907 The stock has risen 322 points from tho low ebb of 390 at which it sold on November 4 1907 Like a snowball rolling down hill Rockefellers wealth Is steadily growing and growing and he is as powerless to stop it even If he had the wishes as he would be to check the revolution of tho planets The enormous inconceivable accu mutation of wealth of the mildman nered inscrutable sphinx of millions has gono steadily on despite the fact that a short time ago an estimate of his public charities placed them at the stupendous total of 130000000 Tho latest approximately accurate estimates available place his fortune in 1905 at least 550000000 In 1900 It was 400000000 This is an increase for the five years of 150000 000 At this ratio the Rockefeller for tune is today about 700000000 In 1914 still at tho same ratio of in crease it will be about 850000000 and in 1919 when the oil king reaches his eightieth year It will have reached the stupendous bralnglddying total ot 1000000000 an inconceivable sumOffers Taft 20000 Cherry Trees Tokyo Mayor Ozaki of Tokyo has offered 20000 cherry trees as a gift to President Taft to plant in tho new park on the banks of the Potomac river Washington 011 Magnate Dies on Train New YorkFrank Barstow n director of the Standard 011 Company and multimillionaire died suddenly In a berth aboard a New York Central train near Utica N Y Friday while returning to his homo In East Orange N J from an outing at the Thousand Islands Kills WIfe In Police Station WHkesbarre Pa George F Marlon of Atlanta Ga shot and killed his poIIco S amarrwwF flPr IBEFORE AND AFTER TAKING WHAT THE COMING TRIP OF PRE SIDENT TAFT MAY DO FOR THE GREAT WEST 40 FLEA PEORIA BOAT FIRE PASSENGERS AND CREW ESCAPE FROM BLAZING STEAMER Women and Children In Panic Vei sel Totally DestroyedTwo- Are Injured Peoria 111 Although not fully recovered from their fright all of the 25 passengers who with the crew of 15 had a close call for their lives when tho steamer Fred Swain burned to the waters edge Friday afternoon off Averyvllle havo left for their homes Of the two persons injured only one was in a serious condition and It is regarded as marvelous that none met death The injured are Joseph Casrldcr Paducah Ky engineer seriously burned about the faco and body and Charles Relcheberger Peoria right arm broken The loss Is estimated at 35000 30000 of which Is on the ves sol Several of tho passengers lost ill their personal belongings The escapes from the burning yea set were almost miraculous The ma jority of the passengers were women and children and once the fire was discovered Issuing from a stateroom on the second deck panic reigned To add to tho horror the ropes supporting tho immense gangplank which had been lowered to en able those aboard to board the score of row boats that had hurriedly been put out tram shore burned letting about fifteen persons including several women and children Into the wa ter Tom Powers saloonkeeper of this city and E A Caron ot Worcester Mass both of whom were on the plank In an effort to quiet the panicstricken people each saved tho lives of two children half carrying and half swimming with tho little tots on their back and shoulders to old tree stumps to await tho arrival of rescuers Tho fire was discovered by Mrs Eugene Furbish cabin girl on open Ing the door of a stateroom She At once spread tho alarm but all efforts to subdue tho flames proved fruitless the fire spreading with alarming ra pidity Capt Swain on realizing that all hopes for tho vestal were gone ordered Pilot Martin Huston to beach tho boat and instructed his crew to deal out life preservers TWO KILLED IN AUTO RACE Machine Dashes Through Fence as It Travels at High Speed In Indianapolis Contest Indianapolis Ind Two lives were lost and two records broken during tho inauguration of the Indianapolis Motor speedway William A Bourque of Springfield Mass driver of the Knox car In the 250 milo race and Harry Holcomb of Grandvillo Mass his mechanician were killed when their machine dashed through a fence Barney Oldfield driving a hlgb powered liens covered n mile in 043 110 breaking Do Palmas mark of 051 and Louis Chevrolet In a Dulck negotiated ten miles In the marvellous time of 855 410 cutting Oldfields time of 912both of these are new American track marks Robert Durman won the 250mile race tho contest that cost Bourque and Holcomb their lives Storm Fright Kills Woman Plttsburg PaOno woman died of fright a panic occurred in a street car which was struck by lightning and a house toot was ripped off while the Inhabitants lay in bed during a violent electrical storm In this city Friday Charley Taft Upset In Dory Salem Mass Charley Taft the presidents son and an engineer from the presidents yacht Sylph were upset in the lads dory oft Salen and received a ducking 1 LOEB TO SUE UNION HEAD Editor of Publication In Which Audit Story Appeared Will Explain MatterWashingtonWilliam Locb Jr collector of the port of New York and former secretary to the president of tho United States DeIlector Loeb vigorously protests against an article recently published In the paper stating that 3tr Locb contem StillIngl tlon of trust in tho Now York customs service and which concluded with tho question Who was at the systemIt took of tense at what he believes to be a veiled insinuation that he was Interested In the audit system which was printSlagprimarilytorpublic printer Mr Do Nedrey says ho woa absent from the city when tho article appeared in his paper and docs not know how It got into print In tho next Issue of his paper ho says there will bo an explanation which in his opinion will satisfy Mr Loeb If It does not bo added I shall govern myself according to tho circum stancesAt time of Mr Sllillngs die missal as public printer Mr De Ned rey took nn active part editorially in discussing conditions at tho big print cry lie knows Of no basis ho says for an allegation that Mr Loeb was connected with the audit system and sees no reason to criticise him for his attitude toward organized labor TO FREE RICH WOMAN THIEF Deneen and Pardon Board Asked to Liberate Mrs Romadka Was a Millionaires Wife Chicago After two years Impris onment In the penltentalry at Joliet Mrs Evelyn C Romadka perpetrator of a string of daring burglaries and former wife of Charles L Romadka a multimillionaire manufacturer of Milwaukee probably will be released next month Another chapter was added to the story of the weird life of Mm Ro madka which is even moro fantastic than that of Hornungs fiction charac ter Raffles when It became known that friends of her girlhood days of Fond du Lac and Oshkosh Wig had petitioned Oov Deneen and the 1111 nols board of pardons asking for tho liberation of the former schoolteacher and millionaires wife Undaunted by the wealthy Romadka familys refusal to assist in gaining the release of the woman whose prison confinement has undermined her health her aged father P J Caine who owns a Irrgo rubber plan tation In Mexico baa declared he will daughters Jacn Johnson Sues Hotel Owner Salt Lnko City Jack Johnson the heavyweight pugilist entered suit against local hotel proprietor for 25000 damages alleging ho was shut out of the hotel after he had en gaged accommodations there because ho Is a negro To Meet in San Antonio Denver CclSan Antonio Tex was selected as tho place for next years meeting and Col Ike T Pryor of San Antonio was decided upon by the executive committee as tho choice for president of tho Trans Mlaslsslp pi Commercial congress P Japanand Tokyo Anbunceraent of an amlc quesdonsthe friendly relations between Japan and China will be mado soon r y FALLING WAllS SPREAD BLAZE THAT RAG D IN DECATUR ILL FOR 12 HOURS EIGHTEEN BUILDINGS DESTROYED Water Famine Caused By Breaking of Dam In Sangamon River Added To the Peril of the Situation Loss Estimated at Over 1250000 Dccatur III Following n flro that destroyed over 1000000 worth of property and destroyed 18 buildings In the business district early Sunday morning camo a water famine on a hot Sudnay as a result of tho supply in tho city reservoir being exhausted It was necessary to shut off largo sections of the city for the better part of Ina day The breaking of the dam In tho Sangaraou river and the drought made a combination that for a time was alarmingTho raged from 1 oclock Sunday morning until nearly noon and Sunday night practically an entire square Is Inn tunes of ruins- Conservative estimates place tho loss at 11250000 with Insurance of GO per crnt Tho heaviest loser was the Morehouso Wells Co In whose building the fire started Crossed oleo trio wires in the elevator shaft are blamedThis sixstory building it was thought would hotel tho fire but the falling walls started fires on both sides Eighteen buildings were destroyed and a dozen damaged RIOTING AT MKEES ROCKS In Which at Least Six Persons Were Killed and Forty WoundedFight Started By Strikers Plttsburg Pa Frightful rioting marked the scene ot the McKccs Rocks car strike Sunday night At least six are dead and perhaps 40 woundedIn to these there are thought to have been a score of strikers who were perhaps fatally shot but who were hurried away by tho mob Tho fight took place about 10 oclock when a large body of strikers discovered Exlcr on a street car Kxlcr was formerly a Plttsburg policeman and though ho was doing duty ns a deputy sheriff tho strikers were evidently of the opinion that he was In the mill as a strikebreaker ho having admittedly served as a strikebreaker at different strikes previously The strikers had been stopping all the cars during the evening and when they found Exler on one ot thom their rage knew no bounds Aged Woman Burned To Death Kl Paso Tor Believing that a witch brought on tho smallpox epidemic that caused the death ot many cf their children tho Indians ot Duo Jotzingo near Puobls Alex It was learned Sunday burned to death nn aged woman Juano Rcmirez They blockaded all the exits ot her house set fire to It and watched her perish in the flames The woman was very old and was regarded by both Mexi cans and Indiana as a witch Lost Package of Jewelry Found Now York Nearly 100000 worth of diamonds lost last June were found literally being kicked about a cheap boarding house In Third street Jersey City Tbo diamonds wero lost aboard tho Erlo ferryboat Passaic aud Dralcer Co jewelers of 60 Fifth avenue havo been offering 0000 reword for their recovery over since Dies Saving Others Pittsburg Pa Trying to save his wife and yearold child W A Caesbor of Corapolls Pa was crush ed to death late Sunday when a switch ing engine ot the Carnegie Steel Co at Neville Island overturned a trolley car laden with Sunday pleasure seekers Successful Fligh- tFrankfortontheMaln Mr Wll helm of Reading Pa and General Director Ilqyl ot Charlottesburg mado n very successful flight with the dirigible balloon parseval at the Ila exhi bition hero Sunday MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Aug 21CattleExtrR G4006GO CalvesExtra 82508fiO Hogs Cholce810081G Sheep Ex tra 4GO Lambs Spring 77G785 Flour Spring patent G40Gtf5 WheatNo 2 red 1070110 Corn No 2 mixed 71072C Oats No 2 mixed 37H038 RyeNo2 choice 72m73e HayChoice timothy 170 17GO Butter Dairy 20c Eggs Pur doz 21c ApplesChoIce 1G00300 Potatoes Per brlr 1600175 To bacco Burley 11G001SCO Chicago Aug 21WheatNo 2 red 1050107 Corn=No 2 mixed 69G9cOatsNo 2 mixed 2Uc Pork Prime mess 204520GO Lard Prime 11321- Louisville Aug 21Wheatfro 2 red 1070109 Corn No 2 nixed 79c OoatsNo 2 mixed G3Jc Hay Cliolce timothy lp hogsExtra S70507SO Lard Steam 975 Indianapolis Aug 21qattJe Irlme 0 250075 HogsExtra 803 0830 SIlcop Extra 550 r OPIUM CORRUPTS CHINESE Placed Among the First Two or Three Biggest Sins of the Great Empire The effect of opium smoking on tho Chinese is demoralizing They place it among tho first two or three great sins yet After living among tho peo plo 18 years I unhesitatingly assert that it Is not uo demoralizing as nl coholic liquor writes Dr J II Mc Cartney in Good Health Opium smoking Is the twin sister of prosti tution the position occupied by the drink tramo in this country- It leads a man to squander his property for that which Is not bread and In this way brings suffering upon his family One thing cast bo said in Its favor however as compared with alcoholic drinking the smoker does not beat his wife or children neither does he commit murder while under Its In fluence The greatest harm is that which ho brings upon himself It makes a man who Is dishonest more dishonest You seldom meet with an opium smoker upon whose word you can depend Very few If any who smoke will acknowledge that they do smoke although they may havo all the outward signs tho opium smoker IfITbreath hili peculiar complexion the stain upon the fingers This condi lion tends to make any record which we take among outpatients In the dispensary unreliable Tho majority of Chinamen smoke because they havo been Invited to do to by some friend and for fear refusal will offend they take their tint pipe Many smoke because they hire been rot ommended to do so by a physician or some friend for the euro of some die ease bowej trouble ot some kind bronchitis or malaria Some physic lane have gone so far as to claim prophylactic qualities for opium against malaria The almost univer sal testimony from these patients Is that after recovery they found themselves victims of the pipe the second condition being worse than tho first Business houses have rooms fitted tip for prospective purchasers making their sales through tho pipe Instead of tho glass as In our own land I havo yet to meet the first Chlnamnn who attempts to defend tho prnclco of opium smoking which Is quite n contrast to those In our socalled Christian country who try to justify the liquor business Head what Mr Tong Rial Son ono of the Chinese members on the Opium Commission says upon this subject Go with roc gentlemen of this com mission over that broad and once fair stretch of western China whore the ravages of the curse hAve been most evident the provinces of Szechuan Yunnan Kwolchow ICnnsii and She- nslan area comprising a largo proportion of tho 18 provinces Visit tho dismal and wretchod hovels which were It not for opium would bo happy homes see tho emaciated depraved multitude of victims to this vice ob servo the abject poverty and notice for tho cause of It all the wide fields onco covered with waving gold of rip ening grain now given over to the cul tivation of the poppy The effects of opium smoking upon tho body are tiioso that one would net unrnlly expect As the secretions dry up and the bowels become Inactive not moving more than onco a week and I have frequently met with cases where they moved as seldom as two or three times a month tho patient invariably becomes constipated extent one would hardly think pose ble A chronic bronchitis is produced which Is difficult to deal with and loss of appetite and other symptom which would follow tv constipated con dition The patients rapidly lode flesh and become physical wrecks EFFECT OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE lEnglish Professor Declares Would Soon Have Country It Would Be Hard to Recognize In the course of an address deliv ered In the Victoria Mission hall Prof O Sims Woodhcad Professor of Path ology at the University of Cambridge paid the following tribute to total abstinence With total abstinence wo should before long have a country we should not recognize Our poverty would not have disappeared but such an enormous amount of it would have disappeared that wo could tackle the rest of It comparatively easily We should not have mado the world or our part of it model but wo should have Improved Its mortality enormous ly We should havo done away with nil Injustice but we should have men looking at things In a much clearer light In certain cases we should not have the men doing tho beat work of which they wero capable but all of them would be doing better work Punishment for Opium Users Drastic punishment ling been proscribed by tho anti apium commission ers In tho new opium prohibition laws recently adopted in China From tho current year until tho fifth year of Bsuan Tung the maximum penalty foe those of high caste will bo strangu latjpn in tho following year this pun ishment will bo extended to the gen try and a year later It will apply to K tho common people t L r k T i IVDtlYHODtCIDUHAlFof II aENO Nov Tho popula tlon and social life of Ra no Nov arq undergoing a great change Whore a year or so ago the opti mistic mining promoter In his corduroy or khaki and his high russet shoes was wont to disport him self today may bo seen men of tho east flashing by In hlgh powered auto mobiles Whom Washoo squaws would a year ago sit and play cards at tho corners of the public squares may bo seen today handsomo women In Paris gowns sauntering lu t the afternoon sun On tho veranda of the leading hotel whero a year ago wore the silence and desolation that the panic of J907 produced idly tit and fight with ennui groups of men and women who look forward In mental vision to trio time when thoy will bo able to forsake thus frontier 1post of clrlltzatlpn and whirl an eager back to their homes in the cast But they Bro looking for divorces at present and so they must stay hero for at least six months from date of ofl not tho the this by Falls center of America Somo Into tho Nevada several ago ho again there was among of Nevada that for length all commend after freedom could not bo any whoro In union was equaled by tho South and no Nevada secured DO for But him that watts who the ot South wrath last Novembor and by vote declared that any ono who desired to a dl vorco In South Dakota would have to live them a year Instead of six months as been tho requirement previously tko seeker of relief from present tics began to take the long journey westward to Nevada where It takes but a six months residence bo In a position to go beforo the courts of the state as plaintiff la a divorce suit W II a divorce has proron the tho of Reno as a divorce center Ha says Whllo tho laws of the eastern middle western states contain some for tho of tho niarrlago tle1l is air Vlous to the reader that In cases where extreme cruelty desertion and failure to provide form tho basis of tho the law in such states offers relief to tho party because tho requirements of proof of offense corroboration of plaintiff and under court rules are so exacting and irksome 01thattho desired relief sought by the U rendered attainment up the situation as it exists in tho eastern states respecting the domestic relation law the client when local counsel Is almost Invari ably advised that upon tho facts ho or she Is without Hero in Nevada tho ap without or fraud upon almost any charge from which lack of relations may be reasonably Inferred may apply to our courts and secure prompt results by do creo of absolute divorce valid and binding lawWhile there are about 54 cases now on docket of tho district court there are In Reno today over 350 establishing a rest fY dence for purposes majority of whom t are women The charms of Nevada as center havo only begun to Into tho con of the outside world Reno has no the present status of affairs It is estimated that the revenue of the town from the divorce colony at present is closo to 1000000 year and that It will rapidly in croaso from this on To a community of but 18 ftOO population this is no small consideration Why Reno is preferred to any other communi ty tho state place of residence by those seeking divorces Is because of tho manifold ad It 4ft r r 7 CRenoJY Jnlierits ilie IiZ1Ethd5Joy 7uiJ VjQere- nuell4z4UACOK Vvantages of tho town over any other in tho state Nevada Is primarily a mining state and naturo usually hides her precious metals in difficult places Reno Is a mining camp and Is nor only centrally situated from a railroad point of view but has scenic rarely to be found in any American community It is located tho heart of a rich agricultural region and through center the town runs a beautiful mountain stream tho Truckeo river Surrounding tho town at a brief distance are snowcapped mountains and tho winds coming from over their summits keep the air cool on summer nights It IE never very warm In Reno On tho other hand the win tera art comparatively mild An altitude of 4GOO feet makes the atmosphere somewhat trying on nerves that are not robust to begin with but nervous affections aro tho only to which tho climate Is tho euro of other aliments hot mineral water springs abound In the vicinity of Iteno Twelve miles away aro famous Steamboat Springs which Comstock woro wont to patronize 40 years ago Three miles from Reno la Moana Springs Five miles from steno to the west Is famous medicinal resort Laughtons Springs tho road to which runs along tho Truckeo river making a beautiful driving Half way to on road is a magnificent cdltlco to residence For Reno has succeeded to tho eminence formerly occupied Sioux as tho tllvorco farsighted lawyer got legislature years and when got out a divorce law tho statutes breadth height elasticity and other qualities that themselves to tho seeker easy matrimonial surpassed tho It Dakota law though Nevada and tho lawyer results from it tho time being comes and pcoplo Dakota arose In their a referendum get had matrimonial to Schnitzer Reno specialist wherefore of popularity and generally provision dissolution grievance no substantial aggrieved duration procedure applicant Impossible of Summing consulting submitted remedy plicant deception harmonious In tho individuals divorce a a divorce just percolate sciousness objection to n in as a attractions In of complaints unfavorable For millionaires another boulevard Laughtons everything to u ttlnrerknown as Ricks which 1s tho local Monte Carlo Ricks has all tho convent ences for thoso who desire to make a stay and frequently parties who go there to spend a few hours forget to IO AIdDUYte3RffT come back for sovoral days It might be men tioned In this connection that tho divorco colony has brought to Reno over 100motor cars Tim leading hotels uro always crowded and the rents for cottages havo appreciated on tho average to tho extent of 60 per cent in the last six months In some Instances the increase has been much greater Ono cottage that rented for CO a month In January last now returns its own er a rental of 100 a month Perhaps the ono thing that endears Reno to tho visiting divorcee moro than anything elso is Its proximity to San Francisco One may board a train in Reno and bo In tho Pacific coast metrop oils in ten hours Despite its manifold attrac Ions life in Reno is likely to wear Irksome upon thoso who havo been used to existence in larger centers and tho visitors to a great extent sooner or later during their stay take a trip or halt a dozen trips over the Sierras to the city by tho Golden Gate Such visits while affording relief from tho monotony of llfo in Reno do not impair the rest dcnco qualifications necessary to tho obtaining of a divorce To again quote the Nevada divorce authority already mentioned Under tho provisions of Section 22 of tho Marriage and Divorce act tho plaintiff must ro sldo in tho state for a period of at least six months This Is not construed to mean that in order to fully comply with tho statute tho party must remain hero continuously for said period So If a party comes to Nevada and in good faith takes up a residence the party may leave the stato at any tlmo after establishing residence may go and travel when and wherever the party chooses and may return to the state whenever iii cllnaUon prompts and yet such temporary ab nonce would not In any wise affect the legality of tho residence established but the party would be entitled under tho law to bring suit any time after the lapse of six months from tho date real denco was originally established notwithstanding tho partys absence from the state during said periodBiased somewhat by the financial seductions of tho situation and yet to learn the lesson that such a state of affairs can only result in tho mor al degradation of the youth of tho community a lesson which caused South Dakota to reform her divorce laws Reno appears to be perfectly con tented with things as they are But Reno is busily engaged In cleaning house and It is felt by tho most reflective observers that the divorce laws of Nevada as low written will be a thing of the past In then ar fututy Not ins To OXFPAf WHO DlCtOtS HALf I or7neOivoftte sVlT I rtho very near futurefor tho next legislature docs not meet until Janu ary of 1911 Thero are others who point to tho experience of South Da kota which for 20 years fought the evils of lax divorce laws before are peal was secured and say that tho moralists of Nevada have an equally etubborn task before them But Nevada is cleaning house In tho last gamIng cognizance of law a bill abolishing gambling was passed tho act to tako effect In November of 1910and it Is believed that if that could bo done tho slack divorce laws can be more easily repealed In the meantime tho hotel men and cottage renters of Reno and the di vorco lawyers will conUnue to nour- Ish Parisian toilettes and GO horso power automobiles will flash and dart through the quiet thoroughfares at all sorts of hours Men and women will continuo to become citizens of Nevada on a six months residenceand leave the state forever the day after securing their divorce decrees Frolics of a Real Queen I That queens are very human be logs after all is evidenced by their delight In tho outdoor pleasures which even their humblest subjects may enjoy Tho royal lady of a European court no longer sits in regal splendor in her palace sur rounded by ladles in waiting ready to minister to her most languid wish but you may meet her motoring in tho country or riding horseback in the park It is an excellent example they are respectQueen Inv deed sho attributes keeping young and enjoy ing good health to T f this fact When a young girl she was fond of swimming rowing and driv ing and oven now she never permits a day to go by without taking some exercise II tho weather is too bad for walking she passes several hours at billiards She is wonder fully skilled with theeuo and is proud of her game But In nice weath er her favorite ex ercise is walking lngIhamall parts of her farm at least onco a day This is more of a pleasure than a task because she usu ally amuses herself on tho way by taking snapshots with her camera or playing with one or more dogs Fond thought the queen Is of outdoor life she avoids hard exercise Yachting and driv ingshe enjoys but sho never has played golf or put a ball over a tennis net Persistent automoblllng sho believes otters the quickest means known for getting rid of a nice complexion and gaining 10000 wrinkles Queen Alexandra believes so much In fresh air and exercise out of doors that she has sometimes slept in a tent she had put up for her at San drlngham Once asked how she managed to keep young sho said Fresh air and exercise are tho best elixirs of youth Queen Alexandras particular hobby is photog raphy and that takes her out of doors a great deal She Is said now to possess albums contain ing over 10000 photographs all taken by her own hands representing royal and important person ages places and festivals in all parts of Europe For n period of 16 years now tho queen has been a devotee of tho camera She possesses live cam erasWherever the queen goesbe it a cruise in the royal yacht to her homo in Denmark or a ride across country in the Highlands she Is never without her camera That sho uses it well is evident when It is stated that during one of her Med iterranean cruises she secured 1400 photographs In six weeks Then it is very seldom too that the queen throws out a picture or destroys a neg ative because the subject Is not up to the mark In her way of going to work sho Is most method- Ical Her photographs fill many albums and un der each photograph her majesty has written a description of the picture and the date when taken They include a great variety of subjects from the kings stud horses taken in tho old days at the annual sale at Wolferton to portraits of hot grandchildren on the lawn at Sandrlngham and the ruins of tho Parthenon The photographs of her grandchildren fill three albums alone and now amount to several thousand They depict them at their games romping with each other and one that made the king roar with laughter when he saw it has caught two of the youngei sons of the Princess of Wales each endeavoring to exert his right to n certain toy by tho free use of hIs fists What she regards as one of her best photographs of the king is that which depicts him talking to Lord Suffleld in the grounds of Marlborough houseo I 1 I1IrJlf I J q of c c 7 MILLION BOGUS MONEY SEIZED BROTHERS HELD FOR A GIGANTIC COUNERFEITING PLOT Mexican Pesos Are ReproducedKen tucky Authorities and Secret Service Secure Confession Louisville Ky Secret service men are Investigating a report that two women aided John C and Marlon Roberts brothers and sons of a former Louisville judge who are hold In jail as perpetrators of what is called the most daring coun terfeiting plot over attempted Dreams of wealth centered In a brassbound trunk containing 1000000 In counter felt Mexican pesos were shattered for the brothers when Deputy United Stales Marshal William Blaydes ar rested John Roberts in Shelby county with the money In his possession Since the hour of the first arrest there has been unraveled In the custom house of Louisville and In Central police station a remarkable tale of attempted financial buccaneerlngs that rivals some of the boldest ex plolts In tho making of spurious cur rencyJohn Roberts sitting In tho office of tho secret service bureau coolly said that ho would plead guilty at the October term of the federal court and seemed resigned about spending a ma jority of his years In the prison at Atlanta Ga Ho had only wanted to get rich he said It was through Marlon Roberts that the counterfeiters were apprehended and their plan to defraud Mexicans of 1000000 exposed Marlon Roberts some days ago offered a Louisville broker high commission to dispose of some Mexican money for him The broker notified Chief of Police J II Hanger who at once enlisted secret service men and the trap to catch Marlon Roberts was successfully sprung Since Marlon Roberts arrest the police learned from him the information which led to the descent upon his brother at Slmpsonvllle When Blaydes confronted John Roberts In the hamlet of Shelby county the chief counterfeiter admitted that ho was behind the plan to dispose of tho imitation 100pesos notes through the broker He showed Blaydes the trunk which with Roberts was brought to Louisville Roberts said that had a perforating machine and a device to number tho bills reached him when ho had expected them ho would have been in Mexico a week ago Will Koenig n printer has also been arrested in connection with the case Roberts is in jail under a 15 000 federal bond GREEK FLAG IS SHOT DOWN Marines from Russian French and British Ships Remove Emblem Which Caused War Scare Canea Island of Crete A well directed shot fired by one of the parties of bluejackets landed from tho international squadron an chored in Canea harbor brought down the flagstaff of the Canea fort and with it tho Greek flag that has threatened to bring about war between Turkey and Greece- A combined landing party com posed of detachments from tho ships of tho four protecting powers was sent ashore before sunrise and the task of removing the Hellenic em blem was carried out in a few min utes without any attempt at Interference on the part of the islanders Most of the blueJackots then returned to their ships but small detachments representing each oflho four powers wero left behind in occupation of the bastion of tho fortress to prevent any attempt on the part of the Cretans to raise another flag Cretan gendarmes havo been posted throughout Canea to maintain or der RAGING OCEAN IS CHEATED LifeSavers Rescue Seven from Strand ed ShipOne Man Still Adrift on a Raft New York Tho raging sea was cheated of seven human lives as Its prey when the gallant Long Island life savers rescued seven of tho crew from the stranded schooner Arlington off Long Beach and added another vic tory to their Igng list of battles against the oceans fury Tho eighth member of the crew Madden Pierson a Swede put off from the schooner on a raft with tho hope of reaching shore with a line was swept out to sea by the tido and lost sight of MANY KILLED A WRECK Great Lots of Life Follows Crash of Trains on Railroad In Chile Santiago ChtloA terrible disaster occurred when two trnals camo into collision 30 miles north of Santiago Many persons were killed or In jured Both trains were completely destroyed The monetary loss will reach 150000 Russian Train Robbers Get 15000 Klslovodsk Russia A band of 15 revolutionists have perpetrated suc cessful train robbery near hero as a result of which they aro 15000 richer One of tho robbers was wounded but his companions carried him away A sotgeant of gendarme was mortally hurt More Troops for Morocco Madrid Flvo thousand troops In Galicla have been placed on a warIfooting and probably will be Ceuta Morocco i I r i t v 4i I Ii Pauls Third Journey Continued SiaJiy Sciool Linos for Sept 5 1969 Specially Arranged for This Pap r LESSON TEXTACU 20238 Memory verses SI S2- GOLDEN TBXTI can do all things through Christ which itrengtheneth me Phil 413- TJMEPaul left Ephesus late In A D K December K January and February 67 at Corinth He reached Miletus and conferred with the Epheilan elders the last of April PLACE Paul after leaving Ephesus went through Macedonia to Corinth and returned by the one route to Philippi I Troas and Mlletui Suggestion and Practical Thought A Pastors Wise Counsels Redeemed by Example 1 Pauls Journeyings Among tho Eu ropean ChurchesVs 16 We learn from 2 Cor 1810 written not a great while after Paul left Ephesus that ho left that city because his life was in danger it he remained and he could s no longer do his work there He was IIn depressed frame of mind from ill IiIngPhilippi Hero a door was opened but he was restless because Titus falledto met him there with news from tho church at Corinth 2 Cor 212 75 6t816 Paul took another vessel to Philippi whero he was joined by Titus and later to Berca and Thessalonlca whero Timothy joined them and they joined In addressing the second letter to the Corinthians In the autumn he went I to Greece and spent three months 1 there chiefly in Corinth where ho had much to do amid sickness and affilc f tions on over side fightings without iand fears within 2 Cor 4711 75 6 in caring for the churches 2 Cor i 1128 and correcting wrong conductt2 Cor 1220 21131 2 It was four or five years since he had left them after a stay of a year and a half During all this time collections were taken up in the various churches on this tour for Paul to carry to the poor disciples at Jerusalem according his promise seven years before toI210 Seven delegates had been appointed to accompany Paul but a plot of the Jews determined him to change his plans and instead of going by wa ter he together with five delegates from Europe went by land to Troas where two delegates from Troas joined him 2 Pauls Experience nt TroasVs Go 12 Paul and his company remained a week at Troas a seaport on tho Aeg can sea Thoy reached Troas five days after the Passover Paul on tho evening of the Lords day held a preach- Ing service and holy communion in an upper chamber As Paul was to sail the next morning the service lasted till midnight A young man was sitting in the latticed window of the third story The place was crowded and hot the hour was late and the young man was weary so that ho was overpowered by sleep and fell down three stories to the ground and was taken up for dead Paul immediately went down by the outside stairs common in Oriental I houses and fell on him embracing him as Elijah In tho case of the son of the widow of Zarephath 1 Kings 1721 and Elisha in that of tho Shu nammitos son Doubtless Paul prayed as earnestly as thoso prophets and the close contact the clasp of warmw I affection gave new intensity to theIprayer of faith His prayer was an I swered and the young man was restored Tho Incident revealed therlove the faith and the power of Paul and tho religion ho ropresentedr3 Pauls Review of His Life at EphIiesusVs 1327 Luke The change of pronouns to wo In V13 shows that Luke had now joined the party and he continues with them till they reached Jerusalem Acts 2117 On tho fourth day they reached Mil etus beyond Ephesus The vessel was detained hero for an uncertain length of time and Paul sent for the Epheslau elders to come to Miletus and meet him for It would not bo safe for him not to be ready to embark at short notice Paul Meets the Elders of Ephesus Luke was probably present at the meeting so that he was able to report what Paul said Thoso present knew that he wasIspeaking the truth What ho had done i and taught was an example for them to follow and an inspiration to faith fulness 1 Ho did his work v 19 with all humility of mind He was not self seeking ho was ready to do the hum blest servlco for the humblest person Ho worked with his hands although brought up in tho midst of wealth and learning Paul set Christ forward and kept himself In the background 2 Amid great difficulties With many tears not for himself but for others And this v 31 night and day with tears expressing the intens ity of sympathy and desire for their good V ll And temptations Trials of his temper of his patienceIthrough persecutions and bitter hos tility of thong he came to help 3 Vs 20 27 I have cot shunned to declare unto you all the counsel of GodAll that God had revealed to him concerning salvation whether men were willing to receive it or not They hated to bo told of thelrslns and that they could not bo saved unless thy rev pented and forsook their sins I kept back nothing that was profitable unto you t 4 Paul used both of the two great i methods of bringing men to Christ t by masses and by Individuals Every I wise preacher and Sunday school teacher teaches both publicly and from house to house f 1 ft b IIO lJU eo4I s East Kentucky Correspondence I I News You Get Nowhere seIHo cornipoadeae published omen ilnii la fall by the writer The rums li oat tot pabUoattoi bat at an ertdiDco of toad faith Write plainly 0 nn o o ootlo o o o Oo8eoeo o ooeoo vvvwww Start in with the Fall Term Every year Berca has a great gain in the number of students who start in with the Fall term Sho does the best she can with those who come teinthe winter term but the students are finding out that the best way Is to begin in the fall Expenses are less in tho fall Tho fall is the best time to study Tho crowd Is less and each etude has a better chance But above all is the advantage of starting in early and getting a full t year of study The students who L have tried it will tell you it pays- i Ned McHone our popular agent Is still on the road He is at the I Laurel County Fair this week and after it is over will go along the wny indicated last week He loves to met i with all that want to pay for their copies of The Citizen and says that when any man pays up he gives him a good name now and forever J S JACKSON COUNTY- 31cI EE McKee Aug 23There was preach llegat the Academy Saturday nlght The Rev Isaac Messier has been com i planing with neuralgia for a fov daysMr Joseph Wilson surveyor of i Co and his son passed itthru here Sunday enroute to see his father at Maulden who is very ij low He had a paralytic stroke some time since Mr Q I Rader and wit started last Saturday for a week visit at London Mr C S Nuttlngi f IIanenlment minister from Chicago at the Academy on the 18th He preached the best sermon heard here for many days Some Hollnes preachers have been holding a tent meeting in one corner of the coui house lot They were here about one week and preached two or three times dally There were four applicants In in the examination Friday and Saturday for Teachers certificates All of them obtained second grade certltl cates George Davis is down with ty- I photd fever at his brothers J J Davis CLOVER nOTTOM Clover Bottom Aug 22There was a sale at the residence of Mrs Bessie Lanes on the 21st and thins t brought good prlcesI F Dean bought a number of young cattle at the Lane saleMr Jas and Mis Ellen Click of Kerby Knob attends the sale at Bessie Lanes Saturday M G Cruse of near this place bas gone to Richmond to work in tobac co for two weeks Old uncle Harden Azbill whoso hand has been in a- very bad shape for some time is im proving Old aunt Nancy Blckncl u who has been very sick for some time is slowly recovering Schools in this country are progressing better that ever before Parents are awakenlni to the needs of an education and an taking more interest than usunlJ- G Purvis and family have returned from Hamilton OQulte a number of Masons attended the lodge at thli place on the 21st Sunday school Is progressing nicely at Long Brandt and Cave Spring school houselhe trustees of Edward Division No 6 meet at Long Branch school house t Aug 24th at 1 p m to elect a chairman and secretary of thatdivision ROIIIUKT Roblnet Aug 21Corn crops have greatly improved in the past twc weeksThere will be a box supper at Lone Oak Saturday night August 8th Every one invited Cleve Holt and Maggie Stephenson were quietly married at the home of the bride on Wednesday Aug llth Miss C H Hardin of Hamilton Ohio Is visiting relatives on Horse Lick Thos Car penter of Louisville is visiting home folks this monthTho young wife of Cleve Holt got lost and wandered in the woods for about four hoursu causing her folks much anxiety J W Carpenter left here Wednesday for the Brodhead Fair Miss Rosa and Fanny Sexton who have been visiting their home returned to Berea 121stAnnie Drew is visiting W H Gedle Mink has got his saw mill upsfor business H C and Rile Brewer were up from f Berea Aug llth buying cattleEl bert Lake of Loam was thrown by a muleJas Carpenter who bas been very low Is some betterMr Jake Lake Sr was accidentally hit In the head with a mawl while trying to throw it up in the loft He will p recoverMlss Linda Ballard took the examination at McKee Thursday and Friday ETHEL Ethel Aug 19 There Is lots of sickness in this community Uncle Sammie Dalley of this place who Is thought to have dropsy Is no better and Is not expected to live tongMrs Mary J Rice who has been very ill seems to be getting thish r I vicinity The school at this place Is progressing nicely with Mr E L Mulllns as teachpr Mr US RIce was on Rosss Creek last week Cn business Dr N M Clark of this place Is very ill and Is not cxpected to lIveIda Allen of Endee is vis- Iting her mother for a few days Mr George Moore of this place is doing a fine work in the photo bus nessMrs P J Metcalf visited at Ethel WednesdayTYNEiI Tyner Aug 22The Steele Stave Co has worked out Its boundary of stave Umber at this place and is mov- Ing to Corbln Mr and Mrs George W Moore were visiting at Ethel Sat urday and SundayMr James H Jones our hustling drummer is on a two weeks trip to the mountalns Wheat and rye are better than were ever known before in this vicinity Mr Will Jones threshed 43 bushels of rye from seventy shocksDorn to the wife of George Miller a girl baby on the 2l8t Little Delbert the six year old son of Mr and Mrs R B Reynolds fell while playing at school last week striking his head against the root of a tree cutting a- wound to the skull two inches long Ho li improving rapidly Mr James H Moore gave a free moving picture show Thursday night which was well attended Mr and Mrs George E Mo ro have been visiting in Owsle County the past week Mrs Mattie Jones nod family were the guests or Mrs AttcMa Moore SundayThe funeral of two sisters Mrs Isabella Bui lock and Matilda Miller will be preached at Tyner school house the third Sunday in September Mr W M Bullock has gone to Garrard Coui ty to work In the tobacco fields GHAT HAWK Gray Hawk Aug 22We are hav- Ing nice growing weather Mr J D Bingham wife and motherInla Mrs L Tlncher are visiting friend and relatives at Berea this week Wiley Johnson cut his foot very bat ly while making ties Frank Fox was tho guest of J F Tincher today School at this place Is progressing nicely with Miss Lucy Bowling as teacher The Opossum Trot Lumber Co is doing a hustling business this fall Wm Adkins bought a tine horse from J F HaysHJ Johnson is out buying cattle for the Rich mond marketMrs Mary Parrett s visiting her daughter Mrs Jos Still ham this weekC D Tincher mad a business trip to Gray Hawk today W R Engle is hauling stnvesGeo Fox has returned from Hamilton 0 where liP has been working Nea Johnson Robt Tincher Frank Fox and C Tincher say quoit pitching Is ill the golhe Thomas Lumbe Co of Livingston is operating in th- ipatEli Angle Is making yokes tor Elijah Waltham this week Hlran Turner is overjoyed over the arrive of a fine boy GUEENIIAII Greenhall Aug 23 Geo Tlnchei hoc purchased from John Wilson his brooding maro and offers her for nab it a bargain J N Smith made a trip to Anglin Branch tho past week am brought home some fine applesJ E Plerson and wlfo made a trip to Vincent Friday to do some picture wort for J C Dottier and grand children and to be at tho tent meeting conduct id at that place by Dan Drown Majoi Plerson is now well and wo hope here will be no more trouble iron him We think it very bad for brothers to shoot each other or anyone elseSeveral of the boys are ga- In to Cincinnati Sunday on the ex lursion Travelers Rest and Green hall baseball teams played a game on ho latters diamond Saturday which resulted in another victory from the tormerThe Sunda ecbool at Canon chapel Is doing good work under the management of Clark Wilson and sis riNoraJohn P Wilson and son Clifton will start for the London Fair smorrow Mlsa Margaret Wilder is making her home with Levi Couch and wife The apple cutting at R M lanerys Saturday night was largely attendedR M Flanery and Bud Martin returned from a fishing this week and report very good success In memory of Little Ethel Pierson nge three years who died on August 17 She was the daughter of Luther lerson and the idol of his heart We extend to him our heartfelt sym pathy Luther never realized just how near and dear she was to him until death took her but as he truly said his loss is her gain When this world sorrow is over and we are coming home to rest our Savior will bid us welcome and take us to the ones wo- love best Put away the little dresses that sweet Ethel used to wear She will need them here no longer She has climbed the golden stairs She is with the happy angels and we long for her sweet kiss rfJIi + r- M O I But her little feet are waiting In the realm of perfect bliss Lay aside her little play things wet with fathers pearly tears How hell miss his little Ethel all tho coming weary years Fold the dainty little dresses Utat she never more will wear For the little feet are waiting up above tho golden stair Kiss again tho little tresses cut from her bright golden hair As we know that angels kiss her in the realm so bright and fair 0 wo pray to meet her yonder tor a long and sweet embrace Where the iittle feet are waiting and well see her sweet dear face When our own last steps are taker and wo too to death draw near And the sweet songs of the Angels softly fall upon our ear Othe rapture and tho bliss will our sorrows more than pay All our troubles wllf seem nothing when we greet that happy day J D Pierson OWSLEY COUNTY Owsley County Farmers Attention Francis O Clark head of the Agri cultural Department of Berea College who has been studying at Cornel University this summer will visit his friends in Owsloy County this week On Friday night he will holt a grand rally at Boonovllle to dIs- cuss farming to give to his farmer friends the benefit of the knowledge he has gained this summer and to discuss the advantages offered by his department of the College to thoso who wish to learn scientific farming FOR SALE Tract of land lylni on the Duck Fork of Sturgeon jus above Hamp Flanerys and Wm Ross homes In one of the best neighborhoods in Owsloy County It contain about SO acres Will sell for 500- For further Information address Joel saacs proprietor Middletown Ohio- or W W Wilton Travellers Rest Ky IIICKTOWN- Ricctown Aug 21A heavy story passed over this section last Sunda afternoonCrops are not as good as usual on account of much rain Wm Hurt and Ray Bowling returned from Leslie County last Sunday Alfrct and Logan Gabbard returned Thurs lay from South Lebanon OThe lit tie child of Mr and Mrs J M Hello lied last Monday Ewell Wilder has II cataract growing over his eye ilollle Wilson was here last wheel doing some sewingJas Gabbar spent a few days on Cow Creek las week Joseph Baker Is preparing to move to Berea where he will put bls children in school Green Gabban has returned from Jessamine Count where ho has been working The schools hero are progressing nicely with Eugene Garrett and Ray David son as teachersC B Gabbard has been harvesting tobacco this week Henry Gabbard Sr is talking of mov- Ing to Berea soon to school his chll Iren Uncle Blge Gabbard is visiting relatives here Cassle Combs is stay- Ing with her brother John of Cow Creek this weekDudley Reynolds Jf Cow Creek was here last week John Johnson of White Oak was her Saturday buying sheep Hardln Reynolds was here last Monday on busl nessJas Botner of Travelers Rest ias been teaching a singing school ul the mouth of Cow CreekThere will bE a convention at the Cow Creeli voting place August 28 to nominate a candidate for magistrate and con table Maud Hurt who was bit by a copper head last week has recovered Elmer and Tom Seale of Boonevlllo pent the week end with Mr and- Mrs C B GabbardE E Gabbard who is teaching at Buckhora spent the weekend with home folks The en days camp meeting at the mouth of Cow Creek conducted by the Rev Dan Brown closed last Tuesday The meeting was a great success There were about 75 united with the church nd were baptized Tuesday afternoon ISLAND CITY Island City Aug 20Ralna have lade crops fine Married Jno Blake to Bertie Carmack May their lives 110 bright W A Hoeklna and Arthur Uyunt left Friday for Beattyville I after furniture for Wm Mays John ThuldayMr1and are enjoying tho welcome call of vIClnlty1Esther weekISchoolnlCCly with about eightythree in- tendance J F Brewer and D G Wood teachersWm Mays and G J Gentry just returned from extended trip to Perry COuntyW Lj Peters sold a pair of mules for 375 n B Peters returned from Richmond 0 few days ago where he disposed of a bunch of cattleRobert Morris left Wednesday for an extended trip to- O lahoma City James Campbell returned from the Blue Grass Fair Wed 1esday and reported a fine tlmeUI V Brlggs will move a saw and gristmill into thla neighborhood 0011- The I saw mill on Holly Fork blew up T H Hurst got badly burned by the- steam and hot waterJohn Harvey the eighteen year old son of George Harvey died last week He was burled In the graveyard near his home Ho leaves a father mother several brothers and sisters and a host friends to mourn their loss 0I Fryo will leavo September 16th enter Bcrca College Ha says It if his homo Fannie L PIerson of Jack son County is visiting Minnie Moore this week Isaac Holcomb of Okla homa City who has been visiting re latives and friends loft for his home WednesdayW J Gentry purchased II fine mule from Bishop of Clay County It Is a tine match to his other Daisy Moore of Blake who has been away for the post tow weeks has returned home We are always glad to read the various news of tho moun dins sent In by the correspondents As you all know Tho Citizen is tho best paper in the state It is the peoples lrlendIt is reported hero that Roscoo Brewer joined tho U S Army at Lexington ono day this week ROCMASTLE CbUITY nooNs Boone Aug 23A L Summers was in this vicinity last week as agent for a railroad company Mrs Rock Adams died Saturday at her hours near Wlldfe She was burled at Scaf fold Cane Sunday Mrs Jennie Say lor Is quite sick with fever lien re covery is not expected A D Levett has lagrlp Willie little son of Mr T S Young who has a broken limb Is getting along nicely Mrs James Lambert and Mrs Jess Wren were the guest of their mother Mrs Mat tie Gadd near Rockford Sunday Mrs James Grant visited Mrs Wm Rick on SundayGeo Lamb and B Chas teen made a business trip to Madi son County Monday Mr Jas Lam bert made a business trip to Mt Ver non Friday Sunday school at this place is progressing nicelyTho boys of this place have been quite busy repairing the County road the past weekA meeting was held near Slate Lick Sunday evening Services conducted by the Rev W M Jones of Clay CountyMrs Joe Wren is sick this week Public school is doing I nicely with Miss Bottle Poynter as teacher IWJLUIJ Jas Browns baby an Owfords babies are very sick with whooping cough Quite a number of people from this place attended the Brodhead Fair Miss Ella Adams of Borea visited friends at Willie Saturday Miss Mary Brannaman and brother are vis iting their sister near Drodhead Mr J H Brannaman moved Into his new storo house Miss Mary Jones and Mr Edward Graves wore married Aug 19 at the home of the bride Mr 00 Hays and brother Lloyd are visiting friends at this placo Misses Julia and Otlo Elliott are visiting at tho homo of Mr Tobo Lair MADISON COUNTY 1110 lULL Big Hill Aug 21Tho Rev J W Parsons is conducting a series of meetings at Pilot Knob church which will continue this weekMr and Mrs J G Harrison wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Philip Hayes Aug 22 Big Hill baseball team was beaten Sat urday by Silver Creek by one scoro This was tho first defeat of the sea sonSunday school at this place is progressing nicely Preaching at Mallory Springs last Sunday evening by J W Parsons Mr Nathan Castes attended the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Several families of Rich mond are attending Mallory Springs these hot days Business is dull hero nowSoon be sorghum making time KINCSTON Kingston Aug 23 Messrs Hudson and Dave Powell and Garrett Powell of Jackson County spent Friday night with J O Powell The ice cream supper was ft great success Saturday night They raised about 25 for the benefit of the Baptist church Mrs J C Powell Misses Martha Powell and Ella Ballard were shopping In Rich mond Saturday Miss Mary Hart spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Law son at Mote Mr and Mrs James Norvltl are rejoicing over the arrival A Bridibaw of a glrlYr and Mrs Bay Boon visited relatives in Richmond last week Several from this place at tended the Fair at Richmond last week Misses Ella Ballard and Jessie Young were the guests ot Miss Dora Hudson at Dreyfus Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Lawrence Powell visit ed D W Lains last week Mrs Martha Ogg of Brauafleld spent Wednes day with her Mr Lewis Sand UnMr Joe Bales had tine colt valued at 300 break its leg and die Mr and Mrs Will Ruckor Ora and Gusslo Rocker attended church at Dreyfus Friday night Mrs Jim flak er of Berea spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Addams Mrs Margaret Dosher of Richmond last week with Mrs Chas Soper Mrs Den Boon visited relatives at Big Hill Monday Mr Jim Murray has returned from visit to Clay County Mr and Mrs Goo Moody reads a business trip to Richmond Saturday Miss Bertha Ogg of Lex ington and Nina Ogg of Boroa are tho guests of their mother Mrs Nel lie Ogg this weekMir Dug Young purchased farm from Sam Alcorn last week Mr Alcorn has bought in Rockcaatlo County ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAMP Station Camp Aug 23L 0 Mar cum is visiting in Hamilton for few days Bark and tie hauling Is being extensively carried on thr f I this part The Democratic convention held at Irvine Saturday nominatedIOwen Witt of Irvine for and John Alumbaugh of Powell sheriff The opposing candidates Pete Woltlnbarger for judge and torIman Robbins for sheriff Winkler visited at his uncle Winkler Saturday and Sunday II Click and family visited J Kelly and family of Wagcravllle Sunday John R Wilson Is planning to move to Berea soon Will 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