You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 2, 1909. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1909 cit1909090201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 2, 1909. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I UA PUILISHING CO LINCORrORATEDI STANLEY FROST Manger Bartered tSAa Na ofta al BfftG KI lII aeumsa tr IIVol XI Five cent a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY f J2 1909 One Dollar a year No 10T- r NEWS OF THE WEEK I Seek Klddt Treature Taft Plans For Congress Record Number or Immigrants LandHamburg Belle Trots Fastest Mile Airship Races Succeed I SEEK BURIED other expedition has been titled to hunt for the treasure supposedoutI have been burled by Capt Kldd notorious pirate of the Atlantic Coast I The treasure Js supposed to bo on Oak Island N a and It is a fact I that drillings In the place whore the treasure Is said to bo brought up I gold coins and pieces of wood Thou sands of dollars havo been spent In this place trying to get the gold A stream of water protects the burled i treasure I TAFT IN COUNSEL Pres Taft has had a rather strenuous week con e- politicians suiting with leading statesmen andI Ao a result ho has t nounced unoffically that ho will I o strongly advocate a postal savings bank In his message to Congress this I fall Ho had a long talk with Senator Aldrich on the currency problem but with no VERY SICKE H I Harriman has arrived at his country homo at Arden New York where ho Is very Ill News from his bedside has been mostly suppressed and his f knowntto to keep him alive Also It has been reported that ho Is well enough to manage till business deals CIGARETTE KILLS TENof courso it had help but one cigarette put Into the wrong place last week 181aused on tho construction of the East Coast Railway AIRSHIP ono who has had any doubt that tho air has really become a highroad over which men may travel would havo had hisI doubts settled If ho had been at Rhelms France list week when aviators from all over tho world met In races The Wrights were too busy elsewhere to take part but tho chief prize that for the fastest trip was won by an American Glenn H Cur tis An Englishman Henry Farman won the prize for tho longest trip going 112 miles without alighting Tho speed trip was made at about sixty miles an FLOODS hourITho SantAna ern Mexico experienced tho most die astrous flood in Its history last week and as a result Hundreds of natives were drowned and several whole villages swept away POSSE LYNCHES MANA negro convict who escaped in Georgia was pursued and finally killed by n posse after ho had killed one man and wounded two others Ills body was burned because of the hatred for him tho posse felt and a Taco war was narrowly averted other negroes wero so enraged JEROME TO RUN District Attor ney Jerome of Now York who has been so severely attacked for his al leged failure to prosecute certain big criminals who ho says are beyond the reach of tbo law has decided s 1that ho will seek vindication and again i WOMAN SOLDIER DEAD Mrs Sarah E Thompson tho only woman carried on tho pension rolls as a koldlerf In the War of the Rebell ion died last week it was she who discovered and reported to tho Union officers tho hiding place of Gen Jno Morgan after he had terrorized Ohio FOREIGNERS COMETho largest record for pcssengers from Europe coming In ono day was made at Now York last Thursday when 6220 per eons reached this Country from abroad t Continued on fourth rose NEW Boone Tavern OPENtClean Cool Comfortable Good Home Cooking Deep Porches Pure Mountain Water piped direct to the hotel distance Tele phone in each roomIRates 200 to 250 a day Special Weekly Rates Rooms sin gle or in suite with bath I Your Comfort Our Pleasure HUES I IENT S OFFICE I3EnEA KY X THE CITIZEN err tt Devoted to the Interests of the Motaro People KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER TREASUREAn result- HARRIMAN RACEAny A BIG COLLEGE Some of the Advantages of Such a Combination of Schools as Beroa Explained Many Departments Give Good Chances to Everybody In our Issue of last week a brief mention was mado of thn many dif fering courses of Instruction offered by Borea College which make It possi ble for any one almost to find here Just tho kind of Instruction they want i Bcrea Is not merely a college or nor mal school or a model school or a trade school It la all of these things at once and hero each student can find exactly the combination of teAch ling and training which Is best adapt to his or her particular needs I And as wo showed last week all the equipment is the best possible and every provision had been mado to fascist the student In every possible way The teachers who havo charge of the work here too havo been very carefully selected and have train Ing and natural ability which is un surpassed In fact the schools offers the best and most complete chances for a first class education for young people of any In Kentucky- In the articles following this are set forth a few of the advantages of fered In the different courses These are not all by a good deal for there la not room to tell of all It there are other things about the school which you want to know write to Will C Gamble Secretary of Berca College for a catalogue Also tell him In what course of study you are most Interested and be will give you full Information CHANGES IN COURSES OF STUDY Tho second revision of Bercas cata log just Issued shows many changes InIhas been lengthened to one hour a change which will greatly add to the efficiency of tho Instruction So far as scheduling and assignment of classes are concerned the semester plan common In most colleges has been adopted with exception or certain courses In tho normal which must begin In January This Is a saving of onethird time In the offices In issuing schedules in recording grades coni or half term- But the most notable changes are in courses of study In the normal do partment an entirely new course has been established covering four years of college work and leading to tho de gree of Bachelor of Pedagogy this will be welcome news to many pro sent and prospective students in this popular department Thq present for ward movement In education Jn Ken tucky and all tho South means thero will be many calls for well quali fled teachers The farseeing teacher will not fall to upto this advance and coming need and will prepare for It by getting his Bachelor of Pedagogy degree at Berca The academy courses havo been recast Tho general plan Is Intensive work four solid subjects four hours each per week plus ono hour course in Dible This is strong preparation for subsequent college work NEW COLLEGE COURSES But the most noticeable changes are n the college department proper The courses have been materially strenG- thened and enriched dally recitations equalized so that thero are no more heavy and light days tho range of electives greatly widened In principle tho group system with Its majors and minors adopted so that a student may do considerable special ization In preparation for postgrad uato work Courses are arranged for one two three and four hours per weok according to tho subject full work will consist of sixteen hours per week on the part of each student An unique feature of tho new ar rangement Is tho consulting period when all recitations are off Ou Mon day this is the first recitation period on Tuesday tho second etc During this time each teacher Is expected to be In his room for the express purpose of being consulted by stu dents who are taking work In his classes and who may bo In need of assistance This plan ought to mean very much In strengthening scholar ship and In bringing about a closer relationship between student and teacherVocational schools is a now term In American education Under this Continued on fourth Page You Will Like Him Whispering Smith u+ When T1IK CITIZEN cornea I tti Mi A man who would try to cut a tree with a dull ax is about as wise as the follow that would try to 4get along without a news paper or with a poor one Jjyt + THE OTHER MANS RIGHTS It is not often that this editor feels called upon to preach a sermon but he saw an incident the other day which makes him feel that there is at least one he would like to preach and preach so loud that every man woman and child in the country would hear it And the text for the sermon would be There are two sides to ovary case even your own wroogWhenthatneighbociseditor saw in which two old friends were separated because of a little dispute which was not worth a dollar to either of them but in which each believed the other was doing him an intentional injustice I could forgive tho injury each one says to day but I can never forgive him for standing up for his point when bo was so clearly in the wrong It shows that he is not a safe man to deal with rightButthe other point of view Each insisted that tho other man should look at it front his way and neither would make any effort to meet the other mans views It is often that way We all hate to admit that we may not be exactly right and we pay no attention to the other fellows arguments just because wo will not take the trouble to see his point of view It is a queer thing but one vhicu every thinking man knows that there is no single act which is either right or wrongthat over thing depends on the circumstances and the idea which the man doing the act has in mind So it comes about that when two men have different ideas in their minds they will disagree as to whether a given act is right or wrong And each one will be right from his own point of view But unless the other fellow manages to find out what ideas the first one had in his mind ho will never be able to understand how they came to disagree and he will blame the first one for being in the wrong That really should only disagreedThere bearing on this subject which we ought all to remember whenever we have a disagreement with a man According to tho story two knights were riding thru the country when they came to a cross roads whom there stood a statue of a knight in full armor such as fighting men used to wear and holding a big shield The two knights met exactly beside the statue and began to talk about it They agreed that it was a very fine statue and the one mentioned how much he liked tosee the golden shield Why my friend said the second litho shield is silver No said the firstlilt is gold UYou lie said the secondlIit is silver Liar yourself retorted the first I can see plainly that it is gold theylayThey told him uud he got up and looked at the statue When he came buck he said that they were both wrong that one side of the shield was painted gold and the other side was paintedsilver but that the shield was iron According to the story tho two knights shook hands and died friends but many a couple of friends has split up over just such a trifle and has uever gotten together again Each man must of course do what he believes is right But he must remember that he is different from all other men and that they have the same right to follow their own conciences There is no proof that a man is wrong because he disagrees with you and even if feelingYouman and has been a good friend it is all the better if you can disagree and bo friends Just try to see how he looks at it and even if you cantagreo that he sees right it will make you have a kinder feel ing for him If you can do this you will keep a lot of friends you would otherwise lose A POOR KINDNESS a It is remarkable how often thingS arc not what they seem in this worldhow often selfishness of the worst type goes under the name of love for instance Take the case of a loving parent njid gooditgot to fly on its own wings at the last A child cannot have the pro tection of its home very many years All that it accomplishes has got to be done on its own hook and to be worth anything has got to learn to bo Independent to have a safe and sure judgement of its own to care for itself to guide its own feet And to do this it is necessary for a child to go away from homoto go somewhere where it will have a chituce to learn I a little at u time to do these things There is no place so good as a good school where tho child can take its first lessons in freedom with n kind teacher watching faun slips But how often when the time comes for the child to go away the parents suy they cannot spare tbe youngster becauso thuylove it so Andso the child stays at home and loses the best chance it will ever have to fit itself for life What kind of love is this that makes a child lose such things As a result of this love the child will be poorer all its life it will be less able to get along in the world it will be less likely to make a good name for itself it will bo more likely to fail in all that is worthwhile in life in short it will carry the burden of inefficiency and ignorance and weakness all thru life just because of this love of the parents Does a feeling which puts a burden like that on ones child deserve the name of love l And do yon know anyone who has some of that feeling Better be sure that there is none of that kind ofulove among the reasons which will keep your boy or home from school this fall READ TOISi New Teachers Department of The Citizen Begins Next Week Will HaveMany Fine Features Some thing for Men not Teachers too If They Have Brains There Is no more important class of people In any community than the teachers and The Qltlzen as a pa per which Is working for the good of the whole community wishes to pay especial attention to the needs and wishes of the teachers in tho public schools We havo already succeeded in getting for them two splendid books by Prof Dinsmore the last which ends this week and we are now going to begin a new feature to be run each week and to bo know- as the Teachers Department Feel Ing unequal to the task of conduct in this department adequately th editor hiss secured the cooperation OZ Professors Charles D Lewis and Ellis C Seale both of Berea College and well known thruout the mountains Their reputation needs no ad vertising There will bo at least three splenI dif features in the new dpeartment One will be a series of timely artlIcles on the work and duties of teachers These articles wilt be both help ful and suggestive and will appear from time to time as they can bo obtainedAnother feature will be the print Ing of answers to any questions which teachers wish to send to this department I If there Is any hard problem about your school teaching any thing which Is a little too much for you or which you do not quite know how to handle write to us about It fmuchWe will not Use your name but elm ply the Initials which you sign at the bottom of your letter but you must also sign your full name so that WE will know who you are r Finally and this will be a feature for others as well as teachers we will print each week some dIfferents problem In arithmetic a breakerwhich the smartest of our readers can put their brains to work on Mr Seale will have special charge of these and his reputation as a mathemetlcan Is enough to Insure that the problems will be worth while Send In your answers and three weeks after each problem Is printed we wills publish the best solution we have reFceived with the names of any solvers who have sent in correct answers If any of you have good tough problems send them In too We will be glad to use them GOOD THINGS This week The Citizen contains a large amount of Interesting material about Berea College Every pros pective student and every parent of one should read these articles and the ordinary reader will find them interestingDont the announcement of the new Teachers Department This feature will be one of tho best ever printed not only for teachers but for every thinking man or woman Our great serial The Lions Share ended last week and this week we have no serial Next week however will come the beginning of a fresh one Whispering Smith by Frank H Spearman It is a story of tho Far West of railroading and cowboy life with a delicate touch of romance and stirring and thrilling action from start to finish It Is a story of tho fighting days which are fast passing and it Is written by a man who was there and Is besIdes a master in tell ing a tale in a fascinating way You wont want to miss tho story and your friends wont either We have put off starting It a week just so that they could subscribe Now Is tlt time to get the whole of this greatserial HappensBy least re sistance a good many men get mar vied Burning the Candle To uso moro of the candle than Is usually possible fit a cork Into the candlestick leaving about a quarter of an Inch spaco around the top Run a heavy needle through the cork and push tho candle down on that Disillusioned Tho man who married a girl who had received a medal In cooking school soon arrived at the conclusion that It must havo been a leather one Exchange A Quiet Lover- Whispering Smith I Knowledge M power=sad they way to keep up with modern knowledge Js to read a good newspaper IN OUR OWN STATE Bradley For Harmony Last Week the Hottest This Year Think To bacco Society a Trust Still In Owsley Raided BRADLEY CALLS FOR HAR MONY Sen Bradley at a runner 1 given in his honor In Louisville Sat urday night made a strong ilea for harmony In the Republican ranks In tho state and even supported the Republican ticket In Louisville the ho fought its selection and has been opposed to Mayor Grinstead He declared I that the power of the party was threatened unless all factions got together weeknwas of the year so tar The hottest dayItemn FUSION TICKETThe Republi cans and Independent Democrats of Lexington have Joined and nominated a strong Fusion ticket against the aggregation set up by tho Democratic machine there There are a good many Indications that the majority of the voters in Lexington are tiredtthe present administration WILL SUE TOBACCO SOCIETY A number of Independent tobacco men are planning to bring suit against the Burley Tobacco Society on the ground that it Is a trust under the United States laws and a combination n restraint of trade Suit will be tiled at Covington SHINERS RAIDED Marshals Mays and Doty In a raid near idamay in Owsley County last week arrested Dill Hardy and Sam Cole as alleged moonshiners The officers went out with warrants for eight or ten moro men- OREAR AFTER GOVERNOR = Judgo Ed C ORear In a speech Sat anotheraabaccowhich were taken aa reflecting on Willson and on his attempt to the night riders a- BACK IN PARIS JAILAll the negroes who broke jail at Paris last week have been rearrested and are back under double guard t BRADLEY AT LONDON Senator Bradley Congressman Hobson and were among the prominent 4 at the famous Laurel County I at London last week Tho fair was most successful BUYS PAPFRCol W P Walton who recently Bold the Frankfort Stat04Journal to Beckham has now secured control of the Lexington Gazette and will become Its editor The joint Committee from the vari ous AntiTuberculosis Associations in the State which have been engaged for the past few weeks In perfecting plans for the organization of a state Association has announced that all preparatory arrangements have been made and a conference between representatives from each county in tho State will be held late In September at which definite action will be tak enThe proposed meeting will be held in Lexington and a very Interesting and Instructive program has been ar ranged which will cover a period of two days I1USUI WHISPERING SMITH ALWAYS WElOOME Dont fall to look at tho picture at the head of the paper this week Tho Citizen has come you see and the family Is looking at the local news This picture la typical of what hap pens In two thousand homes In Kentucky every week Tho Citizen visits that many families weekly and Is In most very welcome It has made good Its place as tho best family and home pappr In Kentucky and has al ways a lot of good reading matter for every member of the family This week Bcrea College Is paying for a good many extra copies to bo sent to people who do not usually get The Citizen We wish to ask ot them that they will not only look over the matter about tho College but also will take note of the paper itself They will find it a mighty good pa per and one well worth reading ly It should bo a welcome visitorf f at the homes of many people to whom It goes for the first time this week If such will turn to the last page and road there the advertisement of Tho Citizen they will find full Inform I ation as to prices and premiums We would be very glad to hear from them and they can be sure of the beat of treatment from us n r YV llllllll ult ll 1 J llllllll 1l lllL il 1 1111 1L I mN THE last anal all material all the comforts and necessities of life are tho product of two elements nature and la bor It may be truly dald that nature or tho earth Is the mother of labor and tho father of all products necessary to sustain human life The richness and prosperity of a country therefore depend on the presence of nat ural resources within its borders such as water minerals forests and cultivable soils on the one hand and intelligent human energy on the other to shape them into tho forms necessary for Che needs of man Of the two elements the natural resources are indispensable for in a country like tho des ert of Sahara all human effort would be of but little avaiL Tho growth of a nation depends therefore upon the extent of the natural resources and upon the knowledge u of how to use them with as little destruc tlon as possible The resources of a country fall natu rally into three groups water minerals and landwhich represent respectively re resourceswhichnewed and resources which are exhaust questfoned thing as an inexhaustible natural resource Even water through tho denudation of tho drainage basins may become Irregular in its flow or through tho careless disposal i of refuse may become polluted so that It cannot be used Mines are Illustrations of resources which are exhaustible and not renewable Gas oil coal and iron onco 4v4 i I JrJfY5oYNEATftt4 gone are gone forever Of all tho natural resources the only one which contains within Itself the possibility of infinite renewal Is land Tho nation should therefore be most vitally concerned with the con servatlon and improvement of this resource Human control over such nat limitedThe buttheirforestlandcan not only be conserved but con stantly Improved and its yield in creased While in England the Iron ores and the coal aro becoming cons tbelrexhaustlon cultivation Intenslvo fAmerica13 ofnatural lIeInposslbloeconomyare bound to decrease as time goes on theltisslssipptprising something over 1000000 square miles or about 700000000 acres Now after about a century of settlement there are not more than 300000 square miles of StatesAboutland The remainder has been culled of its valuable tim ber and devastated by fire or else turned into useless brush land With the growth of population and the greater demand for agricultural land the ratio between farm and forest land will chango still further The for cats will be more and more crowded into the mountains and upon soils too thin or too poor for agricultural pur poses It may be safely assumed that in 60 or 100 years the proportion of land devoted to the different purposes will chango almost as much as It has during the past century Theso changes will occur especially in the cast ern part of tho United States because there the forest is not confined as it is In the west to high altitudes where agriculture is generally impracticable In the west tho forests with a few exceptions as in the low country around Puget sound are In tho mountains which rise in tho midst of semiarid plains and their original area of 150000 square miles half of which lies in the f terra Nevada and in tho Cascades and half In tho Rock lea has changed but very little since settlement In tho west the increase ot agricultural land must be secured chiefly through the irrigation of the semiarid land If we take a long look ahead Into tho future and try to picture to ourselves what will be tho ultimate propor lion of farm forest range and desert In this country 50 years from now In the light of the increasing demand for agricultural land and of an approximate knowledge of the climatic conditions and the physical properties of the different lands In this country we shall get some thing like the condition shown In tho diagram The area devoted to agriculture in a halt century Instead of being 2l per cent of the total area as It Is now will be nearer 50 per cent That this Is riot an overestimate Is indicated by the fact that during the test 60 years the improved farm land In this country Jly1 lIJAfLZON t e re3t rllce LEGSND- 9ya Abiouff fores 2 Inr lnJf ole ptIWttnlgrJ cali raand r JfLand SIc ESS dorcitfara Land 26 Grafnff load 2 CJ Barren Land atmopMT opWATRPO S9 bus advanced from 113000000 acres to 415000000 acres an Increase of nearly 370 per cent largerIeldsyet tho area itself under agricultural crops will have to exportIngIn Belgium the arable land forms 63 per cent of tho InGermanyals although their methods of cultivation are highly de criterionbecauseonly country that Is selfsustaining it produces 98 per IslittlemileWhether hasbeenthetutureIn mountainous Switzerland only 17 per cent of the situatedIn29 and 18 persons per square mile respectively tho proportion of arable land is 87 per cent and 13 per cent respectively Land chiefly valuable for grazing will form about one Thislandin the plains and mountain valleys but with the advance of dry farming Its eastern boundary has been shifted mendfan produce neither forest nor field crop but supports a vegetation of hardy grouses It was formerly the natu ral range of millions of buffalo and is now the grazing ground of herds of cattle and sheep This land will remain largely a natural range since the area which can be irrigated and thus reclaimed for agricultural purposes or which can be used for dry farming Is com paratively small According to government estimates tho available wa ter will be sufficient to Irrigate 71000000 acres or one acre in ni of the whole region The reclamation ser vice However docs not expect to reclaim more than five per cent of all the arid land This area together with that used for dry farming will barely suffice to counter balance the reduction of the productive area in the United States through tho growth of cities tho building of railroads and the general development of commerce and nonagricultural Industry Tho possibilities for Increas- Ing the productiveness of the 300000000 acres of our public grazing land are very great About two per cent of the total land area will forever remain desert There are but few areas within tho United States which on account of tho Intense heat very low temperatures alkali or lack of rainfall aro unfit for the use of man and may be truly considered desert land Such land is found in L the South- WestkvU about 21the Gulf of allfornla N Tit YORTtWE5TW000S in Nevada in Utah and in Oregon in the form of arid basins Icebound deserts aro found In Alaska and on the glaciercovered mountains This land must so long as the climatic conditions of the country conUnue at they are remain unproductive The land chiefly valuable for growing forests will shrink to about 360000000 acre less than onefifth of tho extent of tho United States proper Together with the wood lots which will continue to form part of tho farm land the total forest area will amount to approxi mately 450000000 acres or a fourth of the total land areaWill this area be sufficient to provide a population of 150000000 people with nil tho timber needed for con struction tics poles pulp and all the various uses for which wood seems to be the only suitable material and to protect the soil from erosion regulate the stream flow and exert its wholesome influence upon the lives of the people With tho exception of thoso countries which have naturally a humid climate like Great Britain or tho Netherlands thin countries with a forest area of only 20 per cent or less show usually to a marked degree bad climatic conditions with prolonged droughts frosts and alternating floods and low water as a result of the re dnced forest area Portugal with a forest area of only 3 per cent of thin total Spain with 10 per cent Greece with 13 per cent Turkey with 20 per cent and Italy with 14 per cent are good examples While the area absolu tely necessary for tho regula tion of streams and tho protection of soils can be deter mined only approximately and Indirectly the area necessary to make a country selfsustaining as regards the production of timber can bo found with greater accu racy If wo compare the exports of tho different coun tries with the forest area for every 100 Inhabitants we find that countries with 92 acres or moro per 100 Inbabl tants have a surplus of exports over imports while those with 85 acres or less have a surplus of imports over ex ports Apparent exceptions to this rule appear In the cases of Bulgaria and Servla These countries while at present importing moro wood than they export possess considerable areas ot forest now Inaccessible and with the development of means of exploitation and the in creased for lumber will In time become ox porting countriesa1From this wo may Infer that a cou try In order to be selfsustaining as regards Its timber upply must have nn area of about 100 acres of forest land for every 100 Inhabitants The area necessary to supply all the wood needed for homo consumption will vary of courso with tho per capita consumption and tho 100 acres per 100 Inhabitants must be considered tie minimum area because it Is based upon a moderate per capita consump lion such as Is found in densely populated countries of Europe like Germany orv Franco 1 The same minimum area for every 100 Inhabitants necessary to make a country selfsustaining can also bo deduced In another way At present Germany Imports 353000000 cubic feet of wood from abroad To produce this amount of timber Germany would bavo to possess n forest area of 17000000 acres In addition to the 35000 000 now available In other words she would need 53000000 acres of forest In order to meet her own tim ber requirements or 932 acres for every 100 Inhabi tants Germany Is an extremely good example with which tho productivity of the forests of all other coun tries can bo compared because her forests can bo taken as a standard of a1 productiveness I A RfvwoovCur 1 l I In this country where the per ita consumption Is sIxTlmca as as that In Germany or France and cnpojannual growth per aero may bo mated roughly na onethird of those countries tho forest area have to be 1600 acres for each 100 IDJhabitants or moro than twlco tho oat area In order to maintain tho present cut The present area of 775 ncron for ovary 100 Inhabitants at tho pres and an consumptioneat per capita nual growth per nero would be BUm clent to meet our own needs If them wore not present a supply of virgin timber the accumulated capital of centuries to meet tho deficiency With the exhaustion of this remaining vir gin supply which can last only about 30 years more there must coml a time when not only nil our exports of tim ber must cease but there will not be enough wood for bomo consumption EVdn as It is the total exports of wood from this country amount to only five per cent of tho lumber cut while tho surplus of exports ever Imports Is only 18 per contnn insignificant amount This shows clearly that we have practically ceased to ho an en porting country and tho tendency will be moro nud moro toward becoming a woodImporting country 1 How shall this shortage be melt With an Increasing demand for land for agricultural crops there Is little hope of Increasing the extent of forestrland As wo havo seen tbo area essary this purpose would have 0Itbe more than double the prelentarea and this Is of the land now under tlrelr out of the question Much forest but capable of producing crops will havo to be cleared and tilled to provide for an Increased popula ion All the evidence therefore Is that the land un der forest will during tho next 60 years bo reduced to 450000000 acres and this reduced area wll have to I provide for a population almott twice as largo as tho present Nor will there bo much hope for covering the shortage of our home production by importations from abroadThe demand for timber is constantly growing all overitho world It Increases at the rate of five per cent annually If we compare tho total excess of Imports over exports of all woodImporting countries of Europe with tho total excess of exports over Imports of all woodexporting countries we shall find that there is a deficit for Europe of 141000000 cubic feet which la met at present by Imports from North America Sweden Norway and Austria liungary have already touched the highest point in their exports Russia could prob ably Increase to some extent its exports from the north where there are still largo areas of virgin forest but tho growing scarcity of timber In the other parts of the empire make It very unlikely that larger supplies of timber for export will be available Canada Is still able to increase Its exports but the drain upon the Canadian forests Is growing every year and they will remain the only source ot supply to satisfy the urgent needs of tho rest of tho world for coniferous Umber after Austria Hungary and Russia cease to be exporting countries The growing demand for wood material must bo met then not by nn Increase of tho forest land nor by depending on Imports from abroad but by an increase In the productiveness of the forest and a decrease in tho waste to which chiefly Is duo the fact that the United States has the greatest per capita consumption In iho world l M r Pauls Third Journey Closing Scenes Saeday School Laws for Sept 12 19G9 SpccUQr Antnged ter hls Paper LESSON TEXTACU ZWIT Memory Venn 13 II- GOLDEN TKXTThe will of the Lord be doneActs 2114 TIMK Tlio journey from Mlletpa to Jerusalem occupied about four weeks from May 1 to May 2T A D 67- PLACK At Tyro and Ceaarea were thllyarrlvedILt Suggestion and Practical Thought A Delightful and Instructlre Jour ney with Paul and Ills Companions L Homeward found from Miletus Vs 13 In our last lesson wo lotPaul and his companions at Miletus where ho had a long conference with tho Epheslan elders After a sad part Ing Paula company embarked again on Sunday morning May 1 for they must take the vessel when It was ready to sail Coos Ok Cos their first port was 40 miles south of Miletus It Is a small Island ott tho coast of Carla In thu southwest corner of Asia Minor The next day they sailed CO miles to Rhodes V 1J an Island southeast or Cos off tho southern coast of Carlo Thence unto ataraM near the mouth of the river Xnnthus In Lycla Here alongtBarnabas preached tho gospel la Uwk V1 It early days And landed at Tyro the coTTrniorclal emporium of lien da on Ute northern borders of Palestine X Pauls Experiences at Tyre Vs 3C Tyro was about 559 miles iron Tatars and could bo ratclrod fnIthroe of four days Tyro baG oHOdtKlio greatest and mot demons cltlesofthe ancient sore There WeN ntnany Jewish assoclattoM with i Tyro IJIram the king of Tyre aides Solomon In building the Hoinple 1 KtagBS D Co 1000 H And findIng the dlscrpIes The1 iposUca example may bo well fol OowMlby those who go from place lo iplaeo in these modern days Instead df Titling tn silent obscarlty till some 1oCkttsUalt Ands them out lot them search for tho disciples anti wclc to Ho + Christian work sperfk to Chris plans take part in meetings RO to the r Sabbath school and then mln a com tflatat will bo removed tUI1 many n e dark day among strangera will be I made ligh- tTarriedV1 there seven rttays white thovoasel was dlschargftog rant taking cargot to Paul through the Spirit that he should mot go up pea Jerusalem Thero Is BO contrail Ic illon between this statement also re peAtdd at Ccsarea and St Pauls as aorusaj cl1l1Jbuoyiwith worldwide and ccnturleslonc y duties iiatiractcd the love uJf Oio Chll 1 idren 3 Paula Experiences nlTJesarea Vs 6M 6 We took blllTJ- wt voyngaiow was nearly duo south Tho first dayfrora Tyro brought the travel era 30 miles to Ptolomtfia named from Ptolemy the ancient Mocho the imodcrn 4cre Hero they erected the y Chrlitlani and tho next day they sailed 30 or 40 miles u Cesarea named frwu Cesar the Roman capl n rtal of Judouand the official residence crtlts governors Here wore tho head quarters of Hhlllp tho evangelist for thIs region 8 Philip ono of this II0ven deacons appointed at tho same time with Stephen Ho Is to be dlstln j grulafaed from Thlllp the apostle j J Philip Iliad tour unmarried t daughter which did proitic- ay not In the tense of predicting fu turn liIents but ot speaking tho truths whkth God revcdcd to them It Wo tarrlt i many daya Ii JTheQreek means rather more days s c longer than they expected or several days From Judea a cer tain jwophci named Agabus Com- Ing lately front Jerusalem ho knew the feelings of tho Jews toward Paul 11 lie took Pautis girdle like those usod to bind tko looso flowing countriesuwhom the revelations to the of old worn given Acts 18 proPhotsl shall tho Jews bind stigating the Romans to do The Jews were the real source of the persecution j 12 Besought him not to go In fearing that tbta was the Intention of thj prophecy 13 What mean ye to weep And to- presJc mine heart The Intents scn sjtlfeflcss of St ftiuls nature sJiows Itself In every syllable It was with no stoic hardness that he resisted their eiarcatles For I am ready not to be bound only but also to dl 14 19tt ceased because 1 to go t on persuading was a vain labor 2 it only added to Pauls burden In stead of saving hIm from It 3 they began to realize that Paul was guid ed by the Spirit and understood the picwnge bettor than they JV Arrival at Jerusalem Va 15 17 15 Wo took up our carrlaR s an early English word from tho verb carry as our modern word baggage Is from bag or luggage from lug To Jerusaletn n Journey of C4 miles according to Itamsay 16 Here they went as guests to lhtl homo of Mnason ol Cyprus t JPopular fJs II The fgown on the right Is of cornttower blue Marquisette enlined It Is trlaunefl nMh bonds of Egyptian embroidery In totes of green and blue The ht lsofgolden yellow trimmed in hydrangeas and velvet ribbon andua cravat path JThoihat is of black Milan straw with black velvet ribbon and a white aigrette Thegown on the left Is of Amethyst Imttato with insertions of filet lace nda chemisette of white mull The bat ta oor violet strew with a double plaltlog of lace ELBOWS REQUIRE MUCH CARE Effects of SeasonNet a4 Lace Sleeves Mutt Be Carefully Removed Elbowa which have been scsrtJtod toy seasomof net and lace sleeves will meed very careful cuddling before they sway appear with grace In Oho ball rdrtsscsof winter One authority ad vista rubbing tho Joint oven night Wltkoilve or almond oil giving it a pod scrub with a stiff brush sad soap and water beforehand A careful dry lag with a soft old cloth Is am im portaut point but It la while the fle4h la still warm and tbo pores epen that ithoioll Is supplied In extreme cases of roughness the operation te helped i by ten oilsoaked pad which should be bound on at nigh- tAflcshbrush may also be employed to advantage on the small eruptions whIch sometimes appear on the upper arm and upon the back between tho shoulders As lack ot circulation la generally the cause of these the IrkUon vWlll cause their entire disappear inaco tin time and keep the skin Im mune from a second crop The flesh brush Is likewise necessary for remov ing tho ulead skin from the body for If these dry particles ore left to smother the pores tho skin can never present ra Wealthy or clean look Use Ute thrush avlth a five minutes dry rub sad ihon After tho bath wield it eour sgeaualydera good five mInutes more TAFFETA WAIST Blouse of blscultcolored taffeta trimmed with narrow brown velvet ribbon the ends of which are fastened with gold buttons The tucked chemisette Is of chiffon with yoke ot guipure of which the cuffs are also made Suits for the Autumn There has been much conjecture concerning the tailored suit ot the fu ture should the pander become popu lar But at last an Inkling has been given of what we may expect One of tho suits for earliest autumn is of cheviot with a very long coat Tho gown underneath la trimmed Around the iiips with a short tunIc of the cloth itself This while it fits the figure is cut on panler lines or circular and It is only evident when the coat la removed 4 CARRY ALL THE IMPEDIMENTA Useful Dressing Pouches Have At tained the Popularity That They Deserve Automobile dressing poodbes are ptclecing amount of luggage but maybe crowded tat a surprisingly email apace They are made of tan se atoae gray wterpnwf toolre leather lined And strop handled of khaki rubber prod material English pigskin patent JcaUtor russet or black alligator and CtmUno walrus skin train leathers of various kinds of finish uo employed for combination porUonadapted creambsradcWCUIIS compartment for brushes and ruanlciiro tools While club kit Oxford sad Glad arerlecmoorather difficult to handle whereas tho oblong shaped leather lined wicker drrxalag bags are wonderfully tight of ldtestdevIceFIXES THE DANCING SLIPPER Small Piece of Waxed Tape All That Is Necessary for Comfort and Safety Many girls find the lowcut shoes and pumps difficult to keep on at the heel but slnco this style of boot Is wearingthemwaxed tape tho narrowest width pro curablo run through tho binding at the top of tho shoo and tied beneath the bow or rosette In front will considerably to keep the boot from heelThesatin evening slippers whitebowsnow more fashionable than either felt ribbon pump bows or fancy buckles better quicklyespeclullyItcovered heels which become stained so quickly with grass or mud and which stains It Is often impossible to eradicate Fashions In Trimmings bas5lampcdlaces buttons of tho large and small tholatoIrish duchess lace are all used The nets which have answered the purr longareSlips for Frocks The shops now offer nt small prices slips ot muslin white or colored to go under transparent frocks These have a lare edged ruffle ore cut low in tho neck and have straps on the shoulders edged With lace Silk or Crepe do Chine When cleaning small places of silk or crepe do chine or any fancy piece first wash in castlle soap and hot water then dip In benzine which lends color and brilliancy to It 4 CLUBS INSTEAD OF SALOONS Reading and Lounging Rooms Ar ranged by Railroad Companies for Use of Employes The Southern Pacific Company has adopted the policy of building club houses at division points the main object being to keep Its employes away from saloons This Is an ex cellent Idea says the Los Angeles Herald The Santa Fe has for years had accommodations and comfortable reading rooms at principal points It has gone further and has sent out lec turers to speak on Interesting topics from time to time The club houses BO far erected by the Southern Pacific Company for their employes on the Pacific coast Include buildings at Rosevlllo and DunsmuIr In California and at Yuma and Tucson In Arizona There Is nothing cheap about the buildings or tho furnishings The cost ranges from 10000 to 35000 each and they are furnished with hot and cold baths libraries of fiction and reference books correspondence tables and stationery billiard and bath rooms game and recreation rooms barber shop cigar counter a restaurant which is never closed and large bedrooms From 15 to 25 cents buys a good meal 15 cents pays for a clean bed and ten cents for a bath The Chicago City Railway Com pany Is fitting up comfortable and attractive club rooms for Its car mom They will contain libraries billiard rooms pool tables bArber ships bootblack stands shower baths and assembly halls with stages and pianosThis Is an excellent Idea It Is not surprising to learn that these club bouses have been most success ful As frequently suggested the good people who aro continually roar lag about the rum fiend and doing impossible politics could accomplish vastly more good If they would only establish substitutes for tho saloon Think or say what you will about the saying that tho saloon Is the poor mass club that saying Is absolutely true all the same Take for In stance the gloomy sloppy weather that we often tare la Los Angeles early In the year Where shall a man go of an eevnlng who Is unmarred and wtoese only home perhaps- I a cold ten by twelve bedroom In a cheap lodging house Have you ever sees the sitting room In one p1 those cheap lodging houses 1 is enough to drive ono to worse places than a saloon Many men resort to a saloon of an evening not so much for the sake of the liquor some of them perhaps only drink a couple of glasses of beer during an evening but for the warmth and light and cheerfulness which they find there Where else are they to go Tho Y if C A has accommodations for a limited number but there you are expected to be fairly well dressed and a worklngman is often too tired to go and dress up of an evening Besides at these establishments there Is not the freedom which men find and have a right o expectIn a saloon- TEMPERANCE MOVE IN SWEDEN Cause Assuming Vast Proportions In That Country and Societies Increasing Rapidly They still drink in Sweden but they likely will not do it long remarked O L Nelson of Stockholm to a Wonh Ington Post reporter Already one tenth of the whole population belongs to temperance societies It takes seven of these so- cIeties among them the W C T Uf to accommodate the membership of this onetenth and thero are many total abstainers outside There are 6000 members ot the Womans Chris than Temperance union In Sweden and there doubtless would be many more If BO many women had not be como members of other temperance societies before the advent of the W C T V- Sweden has a students total nb atlnence association with a membership of 11000 This remarkable In stltutlon appears to give a hopeful promise for the future The W C T Lr and other societies In Sweden have successfully handled the government for last month the Swedish parka ment gave a largo grant toward courses of temperance Instruction for teachers this year and next and the city of Stockholm grants 1000 kroner yearly to a permanent temperance ex hlbitlon The local veto bill huff been thrown out however by the first chamber though it passed the secondTwo largo towns in Sweden are dry and In tho villages of the whale country there are not 100 saloons The temperance question has as sumed so much importance in Sweden that every political party must take account of It and bavo it in its plat form Progress of Temperance Tho best evidence wo know of that temperance sentiment Is making prog ress Is tho action of the liquor men They are filling the malls with papers and pamphlets which argue that pro hibition Is a failure We think these gentlemen havo waked up too fate Exchange T 1885 Berea CollegeJr FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Maces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all 4 Over 60 instructors 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign countries Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS tj1 F AspeCial teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like p himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thcso least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who hove finished fifth grade and r compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing WoodworkcNursing Dressmaking Household Management Loam and Earn IjrgelYfinlsbed I 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 Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even x a part of this course as fall and winter terms Js very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gel man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The hIghest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information 9 culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificateuMUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra ices 3 5J Expenses Regulations Opening Days I iBerea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money row jcelved from students is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than be pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peoplo M who are supporting Borea In order thatll may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect i the character and reputation of theyoung people Our students demo from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge antIng and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents 1 Secrelnrbetoreore dollar a week- PERSONAL 4 EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors clothing Our climate Is the best g but as students must attend classed regardless of the weather warm wraps Cooperalive t other necessary articles at cost I LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent 1 for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding 1c and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and tGO in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash i Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guaranteo 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 caro of school build tags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersall our Instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Feo for most students Is 500 a tennG In Academy and Normal and 700 In Collo r glate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental foe and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments are as follows c FALL 14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945 WINTER12 weeks 29001r1 ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of i term 900 SPRING 10 weeks 2250ln one payment2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 675 1 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 x SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of it term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for free l 1 lion of a week I fOn board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there Is a largo Joss occa stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and tho Institution will refund only one half of tho amount which the student has paid for tho remaining 4 weeks of the term 7 l On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re icclvo a certificate for onehalf the incidental feo paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the stu dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is September 15 109 t rThe first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary v l y WILL C GAMBLE iBEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes t f the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knifo with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun tain people than anpother dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 1125 That in all the time If have not t it u ought to havex4 Student a Room in Derea F ITHE SCII0Q I tc PLAYTIME IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS The Educational Value of Play By J W DINSMORE + Continued from last week q The sand pile ban a never ending charm In addition to rivers mountains tI and lakes the children will construct houses barns and fields and make them real with people animals and Im iplements The clay will come into moulding chickens pins cows horses and men Bits of boards sticks and bark will help in construct ing buildings fences and tools The tinventive powers will bo exercised to the full anti the teacher will find the whole an excellent source of lan lessons The swings should not Thoso high as to be dangerous and should be dally inspected as to their safetyA of singing games should be taught to the children such as Jolly is the Miller My Father and Mother were Irish Skip to my Loa Burying Giant Growllglum Hunt the Needles Eye and others that are generally known boys for variety will enjoy 11Leap Frog Hop Scotch Hunt the Sheep Tug of War and all games that require agility strength or skill t Jumping and running stunts are fami liar to all Indoor games for Incle- mentd weather there should be a num ber of quieter games to relieve the tedium of Indoor life These may Include guessing games songs making t pictures of animals blindfolded ring button button whos got the button counting out games reciting Mother + Goose rhymes checkers authors char ades and so on No attempt Is made here to furnish an exhaustive list En ough are suggested to give the teach er a start with the hope that each one will make a thoro study of the subject and secure a usable list that A BIG COLLECE Continued from First Page general head aro grouped a number of schools business home science P 1nursing agricultural carpentry brick printing etc Their aim is thoroughly to fit young men and women t who cannot linger long in college f to become proficient in wageearning in their specialty Meanwhile they are T receiving all the general cultural advantages of the institution lectures j concerts library bible study the Christian associations social life per sonal touch with many of the teachers and advanced students and thus get far more than a mere technical education Not a few of them will later return for Luther study and some for i colIlegein educational movements When one considers that all Its large resources I are placed before individual students I for less than one hundred dollars a year he readily understands why more I than a thousand students from twenty seven states and several foreign coun tries throng its halls and that its dormitories are crowded to full capa city I NEW ACADEMY DEAN I Prof F E who comes back Acajdemy I i Marsh who becomes Dean of the Voca tional Schools Is well known to many I I friends of Berea having been here I for many years both as student and teacher Born in Ohio In 1868 he I was graduated from Berea in 1898 after winning his way thru school by the most courageous struggle against odds which would have daunted any but the strongest heart and defeated s Lt 1 will not only afford fun and troll but will be of actual benefit in the i in the development and education of the pupils The need of an awaken- Ing on this subject in country schools Is so urgent that the author was glad of the opportunity to write an additional chapter for the second edition of this book I The cities thruout tho country are taking up the subject of better fac I pities for play with vigor and spending many thousands of dollaI for playgrounds apparatus and for experienced directors The needs and i rights of country children should have no less attention In many respects the country has the advantage of the city In the latter enormous sums must be expended for space sufficient for playgrounds while In the country an abundance of space may be had almost for the asking Materials too are plentiful and cheap and as these two are the chief requisites the country should take the lead rather than lag behind A FORMER SUGGESTION REPEATED I Every country school should set apart a day near tho close of the term for field exercises This sug gestion has been made in a previous chapter but needs to be repeated here It will greatly add to the Interest in the sports and will keep pupils In school that would otherwise I drop out 1C every college In the land t can afford a field day for the older I boys and girls surely the country j school need not hesitate for fear it will bo a day lost Let every teacherI give it an honest trial and he will be convinced of Its value the most undying preser 1anYphut Ho taught hero for two years after i his graduation then went West oFor account of his wifes ill health nine years he has been principal of schools at Casper Wyoming a town of 3500 where the school Is thoroly excepIbeen able to hold the place for over two years and he Js the first man that ever gave continued satisfaction During his work there he was a constant student and won other aca demic degrees that of Master of Peda gogy at the University of Wyoming in 1900 and the Master of Arts at the University of Denver In 1904 Ho also studied five terms at the I University of Chicago doing special I AcaIdemyhelp and there Is no doubt that ho will prove a popular and efficient teacher and dean i NORMAL DEPARTMENT The people oC Kentucky are becom ling awakened to Ube needs of the Public Schools and there is a grow ing demand for REAL TEACHERS Not makeshifts who sit out a term with a hand full of lifeless boys and girls but young men and women who can attract pupils to the school by their enthusiasm hold them thereby the skillful way in which they handle them once within their classes andI send them out into the world high Ideal of life and Its duties Progress will be so rapid in the next few years that only those whoI thoroughly prepare themselves can I hope to stay in the great work of wl1lIThe Normal Department of Berea College seeing the move of Improvement before it arrived made large pre paratlon to meet the demands of tho new conditions This has been accom plished in a number of ways First the first year or county certificate training course bas been lifted and the subnormal term of 24 weeks put I A QUIET LOVER i wHISPERING SMITH I c Its He- Whispering Smith under it to meet the demands of those who must teach the third grade schools This allows the first year to do a broad and thorough work In the common branches Second as for merely provided a State Certificate course of two years 22 weeks each beginning after Christmas Is offered to accommodate those who teach during the fall This course fits for the State Certificate examination and a higher quality of teaching Third teachinrangement has been made The State diploma course which required a full year after the State Certificate course has been arranged so that it maybe taken In two full years work after the teacher has attained the stand- Ing represented by a first grade certi ficateThis means a great saving of time By the former plan 80 weeks was required while now 72 weeks covers the same ground making a clear gain of 8 weeks Fourth beyond these courses is the Bachelor of Pedagogy course much strengthened over former years a short college course fitting for High School teaching and County or City Superintendents positions Three classes of persons should enter school this fall First those who need a full yea of work in order to be sure of a first certificatersSecond those who are to spend two full years in school and finish the Diploma course Third those fortunate and forseelng young men and women who can enterI for a full college course in till the many good positions which the new Law and the new Education al awakening in our state will create VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS IThe Vocational Schools give a stu dent the opportunity to acquire skillI in some trade or occupation and to thereby Increase his earning capa city and to allow him the same time to continue his book education j Students of this department have the privilege of enjoying all the I general advantages that Berea Col loge offers These Include the Library Lecture Course Literary Societies Y M C A Y W C A Athletic Sports Gymnasium bath and all other general activities of the school There are two distinct lines of work First courses which require the com pletion of the common school branches BusinessIthe Agricultural School Besides tak ing the technical work In each of the above courses every student has the opportunity to select other studies l Indlvldqallneeds great I ly enlarged and improved Its equip went during the summer and Is In I condition to carry work in accordance- with I the most approved and up to date methods Mr Llvengood the head of this department has a large practical experience in banking and office business anti knows exactly the kind of training a person needs in order to succeed in the line of work he desires to take up Most men and women working Int stores and offices would do their work much easier and In a great deal betI te way by taking our course In Book keeping I Again the average office worker wIll nearly or quite double his wages if he is either a skillful stenographer or typewriter and is almost sure of doing so if he is bothIThe second tine of work offers anI opportunity to students who have not t completed the common branches to IIwhIchpower and at the same time enlarge I their general usefulness as citizens Students who can read and write talrI ly well and understand common frac tions and who are mature enough to have a reasonable amount of common sense and to do the work of a man or woman may enter anyone of the following courses Nursing Carpentry I Bookbinding Bricklaying Farming HouseworkjMachineryThe school is in the hands of a skillful and practical open ator who has had actual experience h911to tadmIttedIs limited and applicants are ad vised to write tor full particulars to M E Marsh Dean of the Vocational Schools before starting to Berea The low rates for board room rent and for living expenses generally in Berea make the entire cost for any of these courses much less than it Is Iin the average schoolr P w me toutiuiial bcnool Htlck laying 3 1 FARMERS COURSE The Farmers Academy Course at offered in Berea College has many advantages that should be consider ed It otters to every young mat that has finished the graded school an opportunity to learn how to make the farm an attractive place to live and also how to Increase tho income and at the same time make the farm more valuable About onethird of tho work re ochertwothirds consist of the more practi cal studies of an Academy or Hlgli school course Two years are requir ed to complete the work The first year takes up Horticul ture the study of plants care of the garden and fruit farm crops study of soils seeding tillage drain age and crop rotation animal husbandry stock judging selection and feeding The second year takes up fores try caro of forests and their influ ences upon soil rainfall flow o streams and climate Farm manage ment roads buildings drainage selec tlon of stock buying and selling farm accounts flowers fruit etc Perhaps some will say that this course is not long enough Wo agree that a longer course would be better and so we have arranged for graduates of this course to enter Wiscon sin and Cornell Universities and re ceive credit for work done hero A last years graduate will enter yearIBerea more We hope to see twentyfive entering the first yey class on September 1C 10MODEL SCHOOLS- No department of Berea College is doing morn for its students than the Model Schools is doing Last yea this department enrolled more than expectingthan ever before This department is Intended for students who are not far enough advanced to enter the Aca demy or Normal Department Ever year there are large classes composed of young men and young women wh have not bad good school advantages and are behind in their studies They are not placed In classes with dill dren of the same advancement but are classed with those who like them selves are behind So no ono need hesitate to come to Berca and enter the Model Schools because he is behind fir hIs age The Model School students hlve boardi etc as college students The common branches are taught in the best manner by trained teachers Usually there is only ono grade in a room giving plenty of time for each recitation Besides regular work in the common branches every grade receives lessons in sing ing music reading drawing and Bible The upper grades all receive lessons In farming The boys above fourth grade receive one lesson a week in woodwork and the girls in cooking or sewing Students of this andlithand bookkeeping and telegraphy j Many young people prepare In the eighth grade to get teachers certlfl caws and go out and teach All books used in the Model Schools are furnished free to the students Thero is also a Night School for Model School students in which those who have not money to enter the regular grades may study working thru andllaying by credits for the next term I The best term of the year is the term Students accomplish more his term than any other We urge people expecting to enter the Model schools to come the fall term and If Iyoun Listen I I Whispering Smith GOING AWAY to SCHOOL I I In perhaps no other thing should a person exercise greater caro than- attendsIn the quality of tho school bo Prof Thomas ot the Chicago Unlver ally once said there was little dlf fcrence in the intelligence of men but that little difference is the all important thing In each mans life It Is this little difference In people whIch causes some to succeed In life anti others to tall It Is the difference of torI win and the other to lose tho race It tho difference between the cost IIS of goods and the selling price Interests merchants j Just so It Is in high schools or aca demies in tho main two schools may i look alike but there is just enough difference In the two to determine the thatIpersons life do seeming small things i do so much to determine his future I in his teens The following whichfmay start a pupil on a successful life LARGE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT IIHard study Is contagious just the Idleness Is the only differ ence being that a student Is more i cally Infected with Idleness It takes a largo school atmosphere to Infect i boys with the hard study habit GOOD LECTURES FINE LIBRARIES COMPLETE SCHOOL APPARATUSI ANtf TILE RIGHT KIND OF j SCHOOL SPORTS I Any ono of these may anchor a motive and nobletlife The long outstretched arm and pointedIattho words young mon do your level best changed that young mans whol highr est motives and great success A LARGE AND STRONG TEACHING BODY A person who teaches only his spe cialty can make that subject more Interesting to his pupils than the titlesyAlso a four andohas more time for outside Interest in hlo students than tho man who teach es eight MANY SUBJECTS FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE YOUR WORK- People I i differ In their abilities and Inclinations One student Is good InI arithmetic while another Is best In geography When pupils como to tho I high school they should not all bo compelled to take the same studies I but they should there begin to select work along the lines o1 their Inclina tions This can only be done where many subjects are taught Strict regulations to make you do the things you should and prevent yo from doing what you should not Its Emerson wljo says every man is as I lazy as ho dares to be Doubtless you all can remember when children how you disliked to chop wood or per i haps do somo other task You also would not have done it if it had not been for pa or ma Perhaps you also remember many things that would have injured you that you would have done had pa or ma not prevented you The difference between then and now Is this You are suppos ed now to be old enough to have senso enough to do things that are for your highest good and not to do the things that harm you Do you always do this It so regulations can only protect you from tho other fellow who Is not strong as you You know what happened to tho seed I that fell among thorns It you do not do tho things you should then the regulations will undoubtedly be a help to you The Academy of Berea College has all of the above advantages Every teacher In the Academy la a personal friend to the students Your teacher knows you on the street as well as In the class room FOR SALE Ilea Kentucky and will sell 74 acres good land on Vallaceton Pike good house and barn wIth water near the house and three good orchards Ellhu BIcknell 13t Paint Lick Kr IT WILL PAY After a man has determined to make the most of himself and to start in by getting a good education there are several smaller questions to bo decided and a good deal of his success will depend on the way In which he settles these stallions And about the most Important of them is tho question of ntlcktolt IvenesajlMtI It Is a little hard for a follow to W quit the farm and out door life and shut himself up and study these fine fall days But did you over think of It the tine days are tho best for studying t007 And a lot of tel lows find it hard to make tho plunge any way and think it will do just as well to start in the winter and so put off going And so on there are twenty excuses and oath fellow has one but the fact Is that If a man is really in earnest ho will start in tho Fall term It ho has to bust a liameBtrap to do It There ore a greet many reasons ItIought to choose tho tall for there are better things for tho same amount of time and money then But if you are really going after an education- I which means several years and a good ninny terms of study there are still more reasons why you ought to be In school when tho Fall term opens The best of all these reasons in that steady work is worth a heap morn than work by spurts A year of three terms Is really actually worth more than two years of two terms each About half of each term is spent in getting started ovary time a follow goes to school And when he puts In a full year ho loses a good deal smaller proportion than when he quits and baa to start again IAnd there Is a lot of momentum In studying just as there is In a run ning horse It is hard to start a horse but when ho once gets a going Its harder yet to stop him And so with a student when ho gots agolng fastandiplaya to do your studying steady If you are ono of those young follows that is planning to make the most of himself better think thoso things over Experience has proved thorn many and many a time And they will prove truo for you Just tho same Dont tall to bo hero for tho fall term if you possibly can move M NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pirsi PMC ITROTTING RECORD GOES The record was lowered two seconds last week when Hamburg Belle made the mile In 201 14 The previous record was hold by Cresceusrand was mado by him in It was 203 14 After the race the great maro was sold by tho Madden boys for ICOOOO DIED FOR OTHERS Among tho five lives that were lost In tho sink ing of tho steamer Ohio off Alaska lost Friday was that of G E Eccles the wireless telegraph operator Eccles had every opportunity to save himxstayIthat saved the lives of tho other 125 persons BABIES BURNEDseven babies under five years old were burned to death Monday In a flrowhich destroyed an Infant home In New York City Tho home was under the charge of the Sisters of St Joseph YOUR wooLHID- ESMeFURS GllISeJifGoldeaare Dealers and CM do better for merchantsReference shippingM 8ABEL A SONS IluauIo IN Isar 229 E Karkit LOUISVILLE KY 0 ttNMel elNolNo o e oelolNolelNelNoleleNlelele- o i B iere m SOURCESo Y tSN oe O e e e e oe OOOooo oo o oeoNolou DR BESTI CITY 1IIONK 183 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TADLE NORTH DOUND Knoxvlllo 630 a m 1100 Po m DEREA 129 p m 400 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 765 a m SOUTH BOUNDLOCI 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 Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 436 p to Cincinnati 835 p m T 1YOU WILL LIKE nUllI WIIIBFEIUNO BMITIL Miss Laura Spenco camp Tuesda from her homo at Ionia for a visit with Mrs Serilda King and other friends Miss Barbara Jackson is visiting her sister Mrs Will Duncan this week at her homo In Cincinnati Miss Salllo Lbweu left Monday for nn extended visit with friends at Uoonevlllc The Rev R L Ambrose and Mr M D Settlo of Big 11111 wore In town on business Monday Jesso Baird was visiting friends In town over Sunday of this week Miss Nina King returned Saturday from a pleasant weeks stay with friends In Cincinnati FOR SALE Sml11l Soda Fountain In good condition Apply to J J Orocnleaf Asolguce Richmond Ky Mr C A Rawlluga of 1anola was In town last week Miss Frances Robinson daughter of Mr and Mrs T A Robinson was ta ken to the hospital last week with a- very severe case of typhoid fever Letcher Qabbard left Friday for a visit of a week or two with home folks In Owsley County Miss Cameron who has boon spend ing her vocation at her homo In Novla Scotia arrived Friday to take up her duties at the Hall Mill Viola Click loft Friday for a short visit with relatives Miss Allle Fowler returned last week from Cincinnati where she has been purchasing her Fall Millinery Tho protracted meetings which bavo been conducted at the Qlodo church for tho past two weeks came to a close Monday night with sixtytwo additions to tho church We sell all kinds of feed coal Ice cedar and locust posts and best quail ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on tho market Phone 169 Holiday Co Railroad St Berea Ky Miss Minnie Jones camo Tuesday from Dayton Ohio to bo in school Mr A P Settle and family have moved from the lower end of Center Street to Mr Daltons property t Miss Salllo M Myers of Corbin and her little niece Mabel Ingram ot Pine vlllo havo been visiting Mrs J J 7 Drannaman the last few days Mr J P Blcknoll of Hazel Green is In town for a fow days Tho Rev Mr Brandenburg has re turned from his vacation and resumed regular services at tho Baptist church Mrs Brandenburg and their Infant child will not bo back till tho wea ther Is cooler as tho baby Is still very sick- WANTEDChestnut cord wood cut In live foot lengths green or deaden Write Union Tanning Company Jelllco Tenn LISTENI f WIIJSIEnINO HMITIL Tho first visitors to register at tho new hotel woro Misses Quigley and Lafon of Louisville who were here to look over the college Tho hotel has been doing a good busi ness The Ideal Churn makes butter In three minutes Agents wanted Inl NovIellHenry Longfollner was last week buying materlla for metal roofing so that he would not bo obliged to Increase his prices for sometime tho the price ot material Is going up I Mrs C B Jones noo Miss Jennie Hanson and Miss Anna Hanson are visiting home folks here FOR SALEHouse and lot In Berca Ky east end of Jackson Bt Houso Is two stories has five room four largo closets and In good condition Thoro Is about an acre of ground a good well CO feet deep a now cistern trees and outbuildings This Is cheap at 1GOO cash Write to H M Shouso Markburg Ky FOR SALE Flvo fine shoata Henry Lengtellner Earl Phillips has taken a place at tho Porter Drug store where ho is officiating at the soda fountain Mrs Earlys is the place to find tho very latest things In collars ties holsery Insertions laces linens and tho most complete C and 10 cent line to bo found In Berca Main Street next door to the bank Tho teachers association ot the Second and Third Districts will meet at Kingston Sept 11 As the com mittco on Program has failed to re port teachers are requested to choose their own subjects for discussion Owen Yates Chairman Mrs L K Flanery Secy Mrs Dager line returned from her vacation visit In the west and north earlier than she expected because cf Illness ot herself and little girl Mrs Ira L McLaren Is visiting in Lancaster with her children FOR SALE A six room house and lot in Berea This property will go for twothirds Its value and Is especially desirable for any ono wishing to locate in Bo rea to educate their children WriteI to A M Clark Boonos Iath call at this office oooooooooeooooo o i College Items I a 0 HERE AND THERE o 0 0000000080Mr Whlttemoro Doggs line returned from his summer In tho West and will resume his work as Pros Frosts secretary Prcs Frost has been detained in tho East by illness but plans to re turn to Berca several days before tho opening of tho Fall Term Mr H M Washburn was In town over Sunday and Is planning to com pleto his course here doing tho work In absentia Ho returned Monday to Bcattyvllle where ho has a pastoral charge Prof and Mrs Ralno and family returned Saturday from Seattle where they Ijavc been spending the summer with ilr flames parents Prof and Mrs Ellis who were In tho Ralno houso during the absence ot tho Raines have returned to tho house they occupied last year Prof Edwards and family returned Saturday after a couple ot weeks vacation at Chautauqua Prof and Mrs Marsh went to Rich mond Monday to See tho ball game PUBLIC SALE VY u will offer for sale Wednesday Sept 15 1009 at 10 oclock a m our farm containing 192 82100 acres situated onehalt mile from Kingston Madison County Kentucky on tho Kingston and Berea turnpike Tula farm Is ono ot tho best Im proved farms In the countyunder good fencing and In a high stato of I cultivation It Is well watered by numerous springs and ponds Thero Is about ono hundred acres In grass forty acres In meadow and tho ro mainder In cultivation Tho farm la located In ono of the best neighborhoods in Madison Count y onehalt mllo from postoftlce church and school house Rural route at the door A modern residence six rooms all necessary outbuildings I barn tool house cistern good garden and young orchard Tho right for fall seeding will be given the purchaser with full posses felon January 1 191- 01ElUISonchalr of purchase price will bo required when possession Is given The remainder In twelvo and eighteen months to bear interest at tho rate ot six per annum until Void A lien will be retained on nil the laud until all tho purchase money Is paidAny ono desiring tp see tho farm or for further Information call on or write J R Cox R F D No3 Richmond Ky or Jl B Parkes King ston Ky M F Cox R W Boulware R F D No3 Richmond Ky W P Prowltt Auctioneer What They Really Are A good many socalled optimists are merely cheerful Idiots WHITE WYANDOTTES THE BESTBred in line for years by the finest of breeders I have a number of Roosters I will sell for the low price of xoo each Call on or see phone U73 JOHN MOORE Berea Kentucky EASTERN Continued KENTUCKYII first Monday night In September and continues ten days conducted byI tho Rev D W Brown Mr JloydI Lucas Is teaching a fine school atI Pleasant Grove this year CLAY COUNTY 1IUUN1NO fSriUNGS Burning Springs August 28Tho Boonovlllo Baptist will meet at this place Friday SeptemberI the tenth The Rev nar son filled his regular appointment last Sunday night The people belong ing to his circuit are very anxious for the Conference to return him to this field as ho has done so much to promote evangelistic work hero as well as elsewhere Tho Institute convenes at Manchester next Monday tho 30th The teachers aro glad to havo such an able Instructor as Prof Coates of the Richmond public schools omar son of Mr S Howard of this place who had his leg broekn on a swing Is dolpg wellMr D Turner Is also laid up on account ot- a broken arm caused by his mull throwing htm Miss Salllo Anderson of Fogertovvh Is suffering from rheum atism Many people about Sexton are having scarlet fever Mrs Flora Thompson is quite III with that di- eeaseA small child of Chestnuts died recently of scarlet fever Fred the bright son ot Mr Boone Holland lI- very sick There is an outbreak of typhoid fever In Boll County Last week a man named Burns shot and killed a man named Gilbert on Buf falo Creek A telegram has just been received telling that Sam Webb late ot this place was shot In Texas His brother has gono to hlmThe mothers and children had a delight ful picnic In Dr Hornsbys Grove this evening Last week Mrs Hornsby and younger members of her family and Miss Haagen visited friends and relatives over on Laurel Creek and Goose Creek Mrs Brumbaugh of Madison Co la visiting her slater at Shepherdtown Mrs N Wilson and family of Malcolm called on her many friends hero today Mr Penning ton and sons aro logging for Mr Bail ey over on Llttlo Sexton where the former expects to locate The tobacco harvest reveals a good crop Many are putting up new sheds Lincoln Shell has gono to secure work so as to attend school at tho beginning cf the year Ho Is ono ot our best teachers and should have been given a school Many from about here attended tho fair at London last week HOCKCASTLE COUNTY ItOONK Boone Aug SOMrs Jennie Say- for wire of James Baylor died on Aug 24 and was burled at Fair View Deceased leaves a husband and four little children to mourn her loss She was a member of tho Baptist church Mm Sarah Baylor died at her homo Aug 28 after an Illness ot four weekn and was burled at Fair View Sunday morning She leaves several children to monjrn her loss B L Poynter sold a nice yearling calf to Mr Pleas Evans last week for J2840 Judge Collier of Crab Orchard was In this vicinity last week Mrs Mary Wren visited her mother Mrs Sarah Lambert on Scat fold Cane SundayMr and Mrs Win Gadd visited Mr and Mrs J H Lam bert Sunday Mr and Mrs Joo Wren visited Mr and Mrs L Winkler at Boron Saturday Mr and Mrs Jesse Wren were In Berea shopping Mon layMr J H Lambert went to Skcggs Creek last week seeing after tho County roads Miss Jennie Chas teen has returned homo after two weeks visit with her sister Mrs Gal lIrfMr and Mrs A P Gabbard of Sand Gap were at Mr Hopes last week on buslnersMra D G Martin Sunda11UMher homo at Richmond after a two weeks visit with her aunt Mrs D G Martin Tho averaga attendance at Fair View Sunday school was 84 for the last year JOHN Johnetta Aug 23 Sunday school SundayIrolled Uncle Elijah Abney has gone to live with his daughter at Climax Plenty of cross ties tanbark and cordwood are shipped from Johnetta Several young folks from hero went t to Hummel Sunday night to church i A series of meetings are being held conducted by tho Rev Messrs Wm Ch steen and D Parker Tho Rev I Dillard Parker filled his regular ap pclntment at New Hopo Sunday A largo crowd attended Miss Emma I Abney is visiting at McCrackens for a few daysAunt Cella Clark has re- turnedj to Texas with her daughter I Tho school at this placo Is progressing nicely with good attendance Messrs Elijah and Wesley Abney were at flu putanta Saturday Mr Spencer Ab thruIhereGran vlllo Miller of Clear Creek visit ed Mr D limes from Saturday to Monday I Aug viinu- Wildle 23The Infant child of Mr and Mrs William Owfard died Aug 23Mr James Reynolds ot Paris visited at the home ot Mr IT G Reynolds Saturday and Sunday i Misses Julia and Otle Elliott iron Corbin who have been visiting at this place wero suddenly called homo on account of their grandfathers ser ious Illness Mr and Mrs Albert Reynolds attended the London Fair Miss Bettlo Reynolds from Rowland is i visiting her brother T G Reynolds Mr Samuel Coffey Is away from crewIhavo been visiting I have returned to their work The i children j f Mrs James Burns who whoopingIis digging a cistern at his home I Mr J H Brannaman has begun busl ness In his new store near H H- WoodsIa i spite of whooping cough I The Medical Spring school is having a good attendance with Miss Hattie Poynter as teacher Tho people ot I District No 63 know how to make the best of their boys and girls I Mr and Mrs James Reynolds from Langford visited at tho home of T i G Reynolds Wednesday Mr Edward Graves and wlfo went to Paris where I they will make their future home I Rockcastlo County Teachers Instl tute will commence at Mt Vernon Sept 6th I Aug OAUIEY- Gauley 31James Bongo of Clay County visited relatives and friends hero last week Trayno MondayIa Clark Is visiting at Clay CltyW H Ponder Hill and Bob Bullock attend j ed the Laurel County FalrJ C j Bullock who has been running a butcher shop at Altamont has return CounlyiUnion ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAMP Station Camp Aug 30 Misses Win A Simple Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a simple nonintoxicating remedy recommended to girls and women of all ages for womanly pains irregularity falling feelings nervousness weakness and any other form of sickness peculiar to females III TAKE CARDUII It Will Help You Mrs A 0 Beaver of Unicoi Route No1 Mar blcton Tenn ritesrI suffered with bearing down pains feet swelled pain in li ht side headache pains in shoulders nervous palpitation and other troubles I cannot mention but I took of Cardui and have found it the best medicine I ever used for female troubles Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES t 6 nlo and Kate Moores were tho gUests ot Thomas Bowen Saturday and SunI dayMr and Mrs Al Witt of Witt gave the young folks an apple Friday night Misses Anna cuttingI IsInacsMrs R Witt of Witt gave tho young folks a social Saturday night A largo number attended and report a ve- nice time Messrs John and Burns Wilson and Miss Anna Wilson of Paint Lick are visiting friends and relativesI at Station Camp and Witt Messrs otIMr Leonard leases of Station Camp has returned from Boyle county hp has been spending a few whereI working and visiting A number of DurI lIng friends and relatives in our town Mary Carrol Marie Arvin Mcssers George and Bonnie Rice vis ited Miss Polly Marcum Sunday after I noon Mlsa Annie Cockrel of Waco Is visiting Mrs tflora and Alice Wilt jfora few daysAt the administra tors sale at the old W D Wilson LickIClark bought a farm of Bruce Scott willIa line of the Irvine Telephone Co fp progressing nicely under the management of Messrs Price Reeves and Geo Oldrldge The line will soon be com pleted to Wagersvllle Mr Reeves Is a beginner la the telephone business but Is progressing so rapidly that some ot his friends think he will soon become head manager of the business I Miss Pearl Scrlvner who is visiting at Station Camp called on Miss Viola Click Sunday evening Horace Kid well one of our leading stock weighed up a large number dealersI and hogs at Turner Kellys Tuesday Miss Armllda Henderson ot Cedar Grovo Is visiting Misses Nla and Sallle ArvlnL C Marcum who visited friends and relatives in Hamil ton Ohio last week returned home Saturday MADISON COUNTYi- CINOSTON Kingston Aug 30Mr Charley Powell has returned from a two weeks visit to Middletown Ohio and Lake Michigan Mr A P Settle Fairy and Floyd Settle visited rel atives at Big Hut Sunday The pro tracted meeting closed at Pilot Knob Sunday wltji twenty additions Messrs James Todd Roy Hudson Misses Pearl Lain and Martha Powell attended Baptising at Silver Creek Sunday Mr and Mrs Green Durham were the guests ofW T Powells last week Miss Lula Campbell Is tho guest ot Miss Dora Hudson this week I J1UKYFUS Dreyfus Aug 30Mrs Sallle Reynolds of Ohio is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jos Young Miss Mag gie and Ellen Hurley who have been vlsltlng hors for the past three weeksI returned to their home in Ohio last I Friday Miss Pearl Young spent last week with Mrs Stella Miller at Speedwell Miss Suda and Bertha Rucker were the guests of Miss Mertle Kelly last Sunday Mrs Sallie Reeves who has been visiting relatives here for the past month returned to her home In Lexington Nebraska last week Mr W Bradey made a business trip to Richmond Tuesday Mr and Mrs F M Jones are rejoicing over the arrival of a big boySeveral from this place attended church at Pilot Knob Sunday Mr and Mrs Flemon lfrIlast Sunday Several from this rich I nity went to Mallory Spring Saturday Miss Dora Benge is on the sick list Mr Luther Klmberlala was In Richmond Monday ItAllTS Harts Aug 23Some ot the farmers are beginning to look after their odder It Is rather early but the hot weather Is ripening it fastTheI Rev John Brewer who has been very sick for tho past week Is some I better Miss Minnie Lake bought a fine colt from Mason Anglin for 100Tho Rev Cash VanWlnkle i preached an Interesting sermon at Harts Sunday evening Miss Eliza Hurley ot Clnclnnnnatl 0 Is visit- Ing her aunt Mrs Sidney VanWln I loTho Rev Dan Phelps Is hold Ing a series ot meetings at Mace aDdI1 VanWlnkle has sold some of his land near Mrs McClures farm to Mr Trasper ot Scaffold Cane Mrs Morgan and daughter Slnda are vis iting the family of Preston Fields at Doublellck Harry McClure attended the London Fair last weekRev Honeycut was la our locality Monday Mrs Jno Davis and Miss Fannie Dowden of Paint Lick visited Miss Katherlne Lako the first ot tho week GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick Aug 30tls Pearl j I and Mary Brockman were the guests of their grandfather G D Gabbard last Saturday night O L Gabbard and family were visitors In Berea Saturday night Mrs Susie Holcomb was tho guest oC Jeff Davis and fami ly last Sunday night A series of meetings closed at Wallaceton Baptist church last Friday night which was being led by the Rev Duke of Louisville There were about eight additions to the church There was a prayer meeting organized at Wallace ton Baptist church for every Wednesday night at 730 p m BREATHITT COUNTY ATIIOL Athol Aug 30Walker Palmer and Jerry Miller from Mlddletown Ohio have returned homo America Napier and John Miller were recently married at tho hQme of Mr Napier Logan Bowman has recently gone to Middle town to workon last Friday even Ing one of Thomas Grosss girls was killed by lightning and was burled on Sunday evening Sam Lucas and wife visited his wifes people on Saturday and SundayCamp meet- Ing at Pleasant Grove conducted by Mr Brown closed on Sunday night The Lee County Sunday school con vention held at Delvlnta on last Sun= l day was a success In every way Whltley Mays Robert Porter and Harrison Mays have recently return ed from Mlddletown Ohio where they have been working for some time Congersvilje III Letter r I Congersvllle Ill Aug 21The bust to ness mens picnic held Aug 19 at Mackinaw Dells was attended by a large crowd Mr James Clemmons won the prize in the fat mans tootIrace Miss Tina Clemmons won in the girls foot race Mr Jno Roth won the prize In tho jumping contest Mrs Park Franks baby won tho first prize in the baby show Mrs Leo Kelleys baby won the second Robinson Alexander won In tho pieIntestThomns Alexander Is here from Iowa visiting his sister Mrs Lee Kelley and Mrs Sherman Hurley and other relatives Miss Minerva Gentry from Waynesvllle Is visitingIher brother Chas Gentry at Mrs Nelson a niece of Mrs Lewis Burnell who has been visiting heroIthe past threo weeks will her home In Richmond Kyrho little daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Alexander who has bene very sick with appendicitis Is wellMr Dock Zimmerman of Goodfleld has purchas ed a new automobile Mr Ed Alex anders family and Jack Burtlns fami ly were the guests of Mr and Mrs Leo Kelley last Sunday The Good field Sunday school picnic will be held next Friday Aug 27 at Mackinaw I Dolls The Rock Creek Fair Is from Sept 8 to 11 Dont miss ItWe are I having warm days here but very cool nights Ne have had no rain to amount to anything for about eight month- sStudents THE TEN YEAR Need PENiItselfiFills Itself Cleans Always Writes Never Scratches j Never Leaks Guaranteed for Ten YearsiPrice 250 to 1150 No Good Pen as Cheap No Cheap Pen as GoodiGEORGE G DICK Agent i BEREA KENTUCKY I cTRIc AND Hpt c Photof rnphr Inteiem everybody AulltlCAHl GRAY teaches It- Deiutlful pictures month t ly prire toDlnlt y4rtua I crlildim qimtloit e D I erect SmpU copy tin if you notion this ItfAmirlcanPlutopiphjr en I Na+fi EUlCTmrlANlirt MK1IANIC It a Ina5a ID For aer5od Lean Lain electricity the comlDCidtiicefciidtiowto UM + Mil Simple peie 15attdletpcturn San fle copy Lee If you lunn I thll piper 1100 a yell Sampson rub Co 4 Beicoa St Uostea Iau ERIC RAPy I I j Very SeriousI- tI is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this r reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine I BLACK DRAUGHTL- iver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble constipation Indigestion and liver trouble Is firm ly It does not imitate other medicines It is better than iothers or it would not be the favorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN PI oER REVOLVING WIREaAglLalal I INhE DEKALaiLLS KANSASCnYMO I J S J J L J The Citizen I ftmlljr eewspapar for ill that It IM true end Interesting rnbtUhtd C7rr Thursday at Hem Kjr BREEA PUBLISHING CO I Incorporated Itinlt Frost Editor and Miniir t Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Oat year fit StiMonth4 fr Tfcrte Mouths Y- L rlIeod money by Foilone or Ktpifn Hooey Order Draft Rf Uurnl Letter or ODe ue lwt Mottwpa The dte din you otmenlabtl shown t what due your luMcrlption li paid It It IoI hanged within thie ruu after teuwaI Mtlfy oa HMllilaK d mumben will be gUdly rapplled itM Fine prMnlurnt cheap with new tnbscrtptlont I and prompt renewals Send for Premium Lift Libert term ftvcn to my who obtain mm I MbKriptloni far ui Any out ending us font nirly ubcrlptloni tin relne fret yM f for DOC year Advertising ate on ppllc tlon ase- t MIMBCB OF KRMTOCKY HUJSS AkOClATlOM + Among the situations which try mens souls just now is holding down a job as missionary In Asiatic Turkey t It Marssomuch ad c vanced than We are Why has It not devised a way to signal usT a with only two wives to buy hats and gowns for the new sultan should manage to get along comfortably on hIs Income Under the French law an autolst who flees after an accident is liable to a prison sentence for such flight Pretty good law Now that the trout season has opened the regularly organized Ana nlas club can hide its diminished head branchI but trlendsIOshkoshes and three KalamazoosT I An Kr writer has come to thisr country to study our millionaires for the purpose of putting them in a book No wonder that the afflictions of wealth make some unhappy rich men pine to die poor 1 The Tokyo government which keeps loso watch of such things reports that the total number ot Japanese In 1 United States is 69100 about fifty I er cent being in California Tho tiers are scattered all over the coun try And really that does not appear jo be such an invasion as to consti Jute a tremendously threatening dan ger to the republic At the hearing of a divorce case in London the court was crowded because for the first time in English legal history a North American Indian figured in a lawsuit as corespondent Perhaps the crowd thought and even secretly hoped that the coppercolored ton of the forest would give tho war iry and scalp the plaintiff in open court rr Georgia expects a big peach crop this year and the fruit is ripening rapidly Shipments north will begin soon apd even a shortage in Dela ware will not deprive the country of one of the most delightful and appe tizing of food articles The great and glorious American people have come to rank peach shortcake hardly see ond to the delectable strawberry con coction T There does not appear to be any serious alarm as to the danger of New England losing industrial prom- Inence Omclal figures show that in the four states of Massachusetts Rhode Island New Hampshire and Maine plans have been perfected and contracts let for constructing more than 100 new mills or additions to old plants The total cost will be over 54000000 i Uncle Sam Is by no means as large a proprietor of real estate as he used to be but he still has land for settlers who wish to get it on easy terms The opening of about 700000 acres In Montana Idaho and Washington gives opportunity for securing rich tarns Precedent will bo followed of course nod before long regions now Idle and uninhabited will become thriving com munltles adding to the wealth and prosperity of the country Congressmen who have been In Porto Rico announce that tho outlook AgrIculturalI11 Inducement for the Investment of American capital If Porto Rico will t suppress Its political disturbers and utlllzo its many natural resources to righttgPorto Rico in that endeavor The deposed Sultan Abdul Hamld I been removed from Constant I 1nople and will bo kept practically a prisoner in a largo establishment at Salonlca Moreover an effort is likely to be made to ascertain the where yabouts of the exsultans fortune estl anywhere from 125000000 to 4200000000 and which might come Iii bandy for the deposed monarch should he want to get up a counter revolu tion And as in the Case of some other notables there Is a great deal of curiosity as to wherehe got It r 1 t BODIES LIE THICK ON RIVER BANKS Fifteen Hundred Are Reported Dead in the Horror at Monterey Property Loss 20000000 Best Part of City Threatened By New Channel Made By River Laredo ToxBy the crIppled telegraph from tho stormracked city of Monterey Mex It has been learn ed that tho flood is receding But the raging Santa Cntarlna river has already given up 400 bodies It la known that other hundreds are lost and it is known that 1000 more vic tims may bo counted before another nIghtfallThe In property Is between 15000000 and 20000000 The heartrending scenes that mark ed the disasters of San Francisco and Messina are being repeated In a less general but just as pathetic a way In the temporary receiving station for the dead The relatives of tho missing besiege the place and the rurales who are In charge are hourly witnessing tho s dd93t dramas of human grief In San Francisco and Messina the survivors know at least where to look for their dead But In Monterey the deluge swept families asunder and scattered them some living some deadat far separated places along the now bed that the swollen river has cut through that portion of the city that once was populous with homes Many were carried down the torrent in their houses which had been uprooted from the foundations And these were drowned with hardly an exceptionSaturday evening the disaster became a spectacle not tho less fasci nating because of the terror that was In it The people crowded in the drenching rain to the Zaragoza and Hidalgo plazas which are on high ground From there the Santa Cata rlnas quadrupled breadth looked like the seething rapids of the Niagara gorge dotted here and there with wrecked buildings and sending up a roar that echoed back again from the gray mountain sides that wall the city The rapt throng stood and watched the sceno until darkness fell Railroad communication has been completely cut off for more than three days and there Is fear that provisions may run short It is reported here that an appeal for aid has gone out from Monterey One statement Is to the effect that Consul General Hanna has appealed to tho authorities at Washington urging a general call through the newspapers for relletIIthe flood and arc cared r the city government In the best way possible FIFTEEN HUNDRED LOST And the Damage Will Probably Reach 20000000 Monterey Mexico It was at first reported that 800 lives were lost but later reports show that the number of dead will reach 1200 and maybe more The river has fallen considerably and while still high the danger Is now over Seventeen and a half inches of rainfall is the official record This rain was a steady downpour and at no time approached the status of a cloudburstTho was higher then It has over been In the history of Monterey and one time the Plaza Zaragoza the highest part of the city was flooded to a depth of about one foot Fully 15000 people are homeless in the flood and are being cared for by the city government In the best way possible FIve thousand people were given bread coffee and soup at the municipal offices but there are many more on the south sldo of the river still out of Teach of aid on account of the still overflowed river Conserva tive estimates of the property loss place the figures at 20000000 through out the city- Bodies have been taken from the debris and ruins in tho path of the flood and over COO have been decov credo TwoprIests were with them in the room and while the priests were in the act of blessing them the walls fell and the whole 90 pore swallowed up in the flood- Thousands of peoplo were standing on the north bank of the river unable to render aid to the unfortunates on the buildings on tho south side for nothing could have lived in the cur rent of tho Santa Catarina which was half a mile wide and flowing at tho rato of at least 20 miles an hour Watchers saw buildings loaded with peoplo collapse and the people disap pear In the water It was a sight nev er to be forgotten and there is hardly an establishment In the city that has not some Story of loss of employes The electric light and power company had 45 men employed as linemen antI of this total ten were all that have ros ported for work Tim loss of life which can not bo accurately estimated for daysper haps weeks was among tle poorer classes and Is variously placed at from 400 to 1000 eouls i t tw r r The main water supply pipe from the Estnzuela reservoir was broken withoutIStreet car traffic after two or three Ineffectual attempts to run the cars Tho Hood waters of the Santa Cata rlna river continued on their rapid course throughout and to add to the horror of tho situation rain com menced to fall and caused untold suf fering to the thousands of homeless peons who had congregated on the various piazzas their only homes in the extreme emergency Tho destructive flood due to the continued fall of rain for the past 9C hours swept everything before it end hardly a vestige Is loft of what was a few days ago a conglomeration of small huts swarming with families be longing to the poorer classes The flood reached its crest In tho early part of tho hours between 11 and 3 oclock and many families were swept away with hardly a chance to fight for their lives With the onrush of the water pan demonium reigned and as the poor wretches were swept from their homes on the tops of which many had sought shelter never for a moment anticipating that the water would reach such an unprecedented height pitiful appeals for assistance could ha heard rising above the roar of the flood by those on the higher ground who were pow erless to render aid of any kind Many acts of bravery and heroism were noted during the flood One American named II II Reader who owns a large hacienda In the state of Tamaullpas Vera Cruz Station alone saved 30 persons Others did all in their power to help and a Japanese cook employed by the chief of police saved two little boys from a tree In the middle of the river after a light of over three hours in the water Tho boys had been in the tree from 11 oclock Friday night to 5oclock Sat urday afternoon exposed to rain and cold and were almost exhausted when help reached them The boys are 8 and 10 years old and stated that their father mother two sisters and an uncle had been drown ed The boys were adopted by an American family of this city Steps are being taken to care for tho homeless but there are so many nnd the city has been called on to care for unfortunates so many times in the past two months this being tho third flood to say nothing of a 1000000 fire that has occurred In that period that such steps have been inadequate and help must be had from outsldo points Clothing food and mouey are needed Pitiful scenes are described among the women and children Women have been separated from husbands moth ers and children are without knowledge of tho whereabout of one an other and scenes of the most profound grief are witnessed on all hands UNPRECEDENTED WEATHER CON DITIONS Matamoras Mexico The West Indies hurricane which spent Itself along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico between the mouth of the Rio Grande and Vera Cruz produced meterolog Ical conditions unprecedented In this region Rain had been falling In tor rents for three days over a range of territory extending west from Mata moras to Torreon a distance of 300 miles and south nearly 400 miles Thousands of square mile of terri tory are virtually under water Tho rivers and smaller streams arc all tar out of their banks and a low estimate places the number of people drowned at 1500 the number rendered home less at 20000 In the Monterey district nlono the death list Is placed at 1200 Including the lives that were lost In the city of Monterey and nearby villages The property losses are almost Incalcul able Outside of Monterey where several blocks of buildings were swept away and great damage done to big Indus trial plants a number of smaller town are wiped out of existence according to the advices received hero MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Aug 28CattleExtra 6250635 CalvesExtra 9925 Hogs Choice 8150820 SheepEx- tra 450 LambsExtra 7507 50 FlourSpring patent 640UC5 Wheat No 2 red 1060108 Corn No 2 mixed 70 4c OatsNo 2 mixed 35VC RyeNo 2 choice 7072c Hay Choice timothy lGtj 51050 Butter Dairy 20c EggsPerd- oz 22VC ApplesChoIce 100 125 PotatoesPer brl 150173 i Tobacco Burley 1275 1075 Jfrt = I PAINTING IT IN GLOWING COLORS FARMAN IN RECORD FLIGHT ENGLISH AVIATOR WINS BIO EVENT IN FRANCE Travois 111 Mlles In a Little Over Three Hours Breaking Time of Best Previous Performance Detheny Aviation Field Rbelmi Henry Farman the English avl ktor a hitherto unknown quantity In the aviation contests In a biplane If his own design broke the worlds records for duration of flight and dis lance in a heavier than alr machine ind won tho Grand mix do la Cham pagne the endurance testby a re narkable flight officially recorded as 11178 miles in three hours tour mla ates 66 25 seconds He actually covered an extra ten kilometers and remained In the air ten minutes after 730 oclock the hour that the timekeepers under the rules eased to keep a record of the flight The other contestants finished In he order named Hubert Latham in monoplane No 29 154 kilometers GO meters time 2 hours 18 minutes 135 seconds Louis Pnulhan in a VoIsIn biplane 131 kilometers Count le Lnmbert biplane 116 kilometers Hubert Latham in monoplane No 13 11 kilometers M Tlssandler biplane ill kilometers Roger Sommer bl plane 60 kilometers M Delagrange monoplane 60 kilometers M Blerlot monoplane 40 kilometers Glenn II Curtlss biplane 30 kilometers M Le tebvre biplane 21 kilometers Although Hubert Latham with a llffercnt machine took second and Sfth positions the aviation committee held that he was ineligible for two prizes and awarded the fifth to M Flsandler and the sixth to M Sommer Although Farmans brilliant record is an aeroplanlst should have warned the sharps that he was a dangerous ompotltor his victory was a complete surprise He had been preparing his machine secretly and had not appeared upon the field except for a few practice flights and had been almost forgotten CLASH OVER LAW BY MAIL Whether It Can Be Taught by Corre spondence Is Subject for Oar Convention Tilt Detroit MichWhether law can be successfully taught In correspondence schools and whether four years preparation Is necessary for admission le- the bar furnished a heated discussion Tuesday at a meeting of the Section on legal education of the American Bar association which Is in conven tion hero Dean Harry S Richards of the Vat versity of Wisconsin college of law and James Parker Hall of tho Unlver sity of Chicago law school were strong In their denunciation of the correspondence school Mr Hall classed it with mining scheme adver Using Judge Francis M Danaher of AI bany N Y speaking from the stand point of the experienced lawyer replied with scathing criticism of modem law school methods and declared that tho incompetence of many candi dates for the bar after completing tho course is appalling If law correspondence schools are bad he asked Dean Richards and Mr Hall why do Wisconsin and Chicago universities conduct them In other departmental printer of Queer Absolved Louisville KyWill Koenig the pressman who struck off the counter felt 1000000 In Mexican pesos captured in possession of tho Roberts brothers In this city last week was absolved from complicity in the swln dung scheme In the federal court Two Idaho Counties Dry Boise Idaho Idaho county Idaho voted dry Thursday under the local option law Canyon county also voted out the saloons by a majority of 1850 NOT A DEATH FARM VICTIM Frank niedlnger Thsught to Have Been Killed by Mrs Gunne t- It Heard From Waukesha Wlsone of the men believed to have been slain by Mrs Belle Gunness and burled on her farm near Laporte Ind Is alive lies Frank X Rlcdlnger of Dolaflold Wis who was supposed to have been among tho death farm victims He has turned up at Fairfield Clay county Neb and has made a claim In county court here for money duo him from the sale of the farm which U In the hands of the clerk of courts In his affidavit as to his Identity filed in county court Reldlngcr names Judge Emil Wallbcr Milwaukee as his at torney and empowers hIm to collect the money for him In December 1906 Rledlnger bought an 80acro farm In tho town of Dela field from John Williams Jr for 5 BOO To secure the unpaid balance he executed three mortgages one to John Williams Jr for 900 ono to Mrs Williams Sr for 1COO and one to Mary Jones of Wales for 1500 On February 5 1907 he disappeared Ills whereabouts were a mystery but he bad confided In neighbors that ho Intended going to some town In In diana to marry a woman with whom he bad become acquainted through a matrimonial advertisement- A few days later a neighbor Gabriel Hclnzelman who was caring for his live stock during hIs absence received n letter postmarked Chicago purport- Ing to come from Rlcdlngor stating that he had changed his mind about getting married and had gone west The letter was unsigned and Holnzel man was of the opinion that Rlcdlnger was not tho author Before leaving Rlodlngor borrowed 200 from a friend and collected soy eral milk checks Following his disap pearance an Investigation was made by the German consul at Chicago but no trace of him could be found NEGRO WOUNDS 29 PERSONS Monroe tat It the Scene of a Terrific Battle in Street IBody- II Burned In Public Monroe La Riddled with bullets the body of William B Wado n negro who shot 29 mon with a doublebar reled gun Tuesday afternoon when besought revenge for the wounding of two of his friends by policemen was burned in sight of a great crowd of persons Including women and chit drenThe fire was returned and the negro finally tell dead with a bullet through his heart but not before 29 men three of them members of hIs own race had been more or less seriously wounded The seriously wounded are Hugh Bigger policeman T H Grant dep uty sheriff Simon Marks merchant Tuskogee Ala and George McCor- mack West Monroe arm shat teredWades body was publicly burned after it had been cut down from a polo on which It had been hung for half an hour or more It was at first reported that Wado was half crazed at tho time from the effects of cocaine and cheap whisky but an Investigation by the police showed that when ho purchased the shotgun and box a few minutes before he opened fire on the first there was nothing unusual In his manner lie had not been drinking nor did he show any evidence of having taken cocaine Fatal Fire Panlo In Cannery Waverly laIn a panic of 300 em playas of tho Kelly Canning factory to escape from the second floor of the canning department where a gasoline tank had exploded and thrown flro over the room George McRobcrts was killed three parsons were probably fatally injured and a score of other wero severely hurt The building watt destroyed causing 100000 damage Most of the employes are women and gIrls All were excIted bythe shbw er of flames and with cries of alarm and fear ran for stairs and windows a Fwv RICH WANTS A WIFE INMATE qF POOR HOUSE WHO IN HERITED 200000 SEEKS A BRIDE CHORUS GIRLS ARE BARRED Albert Newhouse Declares He Will Not Join the Ranks of High Flyers But Will Take to the Simple Life Bloomington III Albert Newhouse who while an Inmate of tho county poor house fell heir to 200000 wanta a wifo to help him onjoy his fortune Now that ho Is a rich man Instead of a pauper Newhouso Is looking for the right kind of a wife to help him take care of tho money and also a finely Improved farm of 300 acres located within five miles of Indlanap oils Ind and which was recently left to him by Oliver Nowhousa of that cityThe testator was an uncle of the legatee although ho leaves a brother and a number of other nephews and also some nieces ho chose the poor farm Inmate as the beneficiary of his entire fortune While crippled with rheumatism friendless and penniless apparently the football of an adverse fate Albert Newhouso was startled this week to bo apprised that ho had become a rich man through the eccentric action of his uncle The nephew after the first sensa tlon of surprise wore off decided that ho would tako possession of the property marry the right woman and become a useful and progressive citi zen As if In anticipation of his mar ital aspirations women from many sections of the country are writing to him suggesting a joint trip to tho altar of love The story of Albert Newhouse Is a remarkable one Garbed In the attire of a day laborer his limbs stilt from rheumatism be sat on the steps of tho poor farm Friday afternoon and calmly discussed his unexpected in hen Lance I could take this money he said and burn it In a few months via the automobile chorus girl and lobster supper route I would be agood tel low for everybody whllo the money lasted but after it was gone I would bo back to the same point I was when the news of my handsome re membranes reached me No I will take up the simple life on the farm Invest my money where It will bring me a fair Income and trj to operate the tract of land left me as profitably as I know how I will not become n drono and Idle member of society simply because I have been left a fortune I hope to Increase It and who knows I may boa millionaire before I die concluded Newhouse laughing In the satisfied manner that could bo expected ofa man transformed from poverty to at fluonco In the twinkling of an eye Newhouso was born on a farm of central Indiana and his life could not have been more prosaic or unevent ful Ho grew up to hard work and cheerless existence and with limited education Ho was employed for a lime as farm hand by his uncle who left him all of his money and this employment may have been responsi blo for his fortune The nephew was Industrious but If tho undo was pleased with his nephew ho gave no sign Nowbotifto expects trouble in keep lug adventurers and troublesome women away That the country Is full of fortune hunlters Is already In dicated by the colossal mall ho Is rec- eIVing Although his legacy was not mado public until the first of the week ho Is receiving letters from women BANK PRESIDENT ARRESTEDJElbert W Shirk of Tipton Into Cuttody 925000 Mlsap propriated U Charge Chicago Elvert W Shirk presi dent of the First National bank of Tipton Ind whoso Institution is said to be short 250000 was arrested In the Calumet club Friday by federal omcers The banker Is charged with have ing misappropriated 25000 of the banks funds through drafts made payable to himself- A warrant for Shirks arrest was issued by United States Commissioner Foote on complaint of Wesley M Bennett special government bank ex aminer who has been Investigating the affairs of the institution since 00000 of tho banks funds was missed simultaneously with the die appearance of Noah R Marker cashierMarker returned to his home city some time ago and said thatjie had had full authority in handling the banks funds as he did and that he was in no way to blame for any short ago that might exist Test Woman Labor Law St LoulsIn order to test the new law which prohibits employers allow log women to work more than 54 hours a week a warrant was ob tamed against a shoo manufacturing concern hero by State Factory In spector Williams Convicts Break Away Little Rock Ark Eight atata con vlcts four of whom are sent up fpm murder eacaped at the Rock Island junction hero by breaking throughathe end of a box car IIACADlbf Off GfOMOS AGfUCVLTVWL IJEPARTIfEfit IrvAGOtrvcwLOlP4PTMfNT When did the United States begin tho practlco pf forcslryT Few per Bona can nnswcr this question correctly Most people are of the opln ion that the beginning of forestry in this country was of very recent or Igln nnd that tho first step In that direction was taken among the moun talus of the tar west Neither Is cor rect Whllo Washington was serving his first term ns president of the United States n recommendation camo to him that tho government ought to buy live oak inlands on the coast ot Georgia shiptimberpears to havo originated with Joshua Humphreys whoso official titlo was Constructor of tho United Slates Nnvy although about tho only navy then existing was wade up ot six ships on paper and not ono stick of timber to build them had yet been cut Tho vessels were designed to fight tho north African pirates Flvo years after tho recommenda tlon was mado congress appropriated money to buy live oak land Grover nnd Blackboard Islands on tho coast ot Georgia wero bought for 22COO They contained 1960 acres Louisiana was bought soon after nnd in 1817 tho Six Islands of 19000 acres nnd containing 37000 live oak trees were withdrawn from sale nnd set apart as a reserve In 1S25 con Kress appropriated 10000 to buy add ditional live onk land on Santa Rosa Round western Florida and subse quently other Florida timberlands aggregating 00234 acres wero reserved Up to that tlmo nothing moro had been done than to buy or reserve land for the timber growing naturally upon It but thu work was to bo carried further upon tho Santa Jlosa purchase Tho plan Included planting protecting cultivating nnd cutting live oak Tor tho navy Tho timber was then con sldered indispensable In building war vessels Much bad been sn 4 and written of the danger of exhaustion of supply Settlers destroyed tho timber to clear land nnd European nations wore buying largo quanllllcs for their J navies In response to repeated warn ings tho government finally took steps to grow timber for Ha own use a Young oaks were planted on the Santa Rosa lands Difficulty was ex perienced In inducing young trees to grow Tho successful transplanting of tho oak Is not easy unless done at the proper time and in tho right way Tho plantations at Santa Rosa wore generally unsuccessful but largo quantities of acorns wero planted and a fair proportion of them grew But tho chief efforts wore directed to prun lug training and caring for tho wild trees Thickets about them were cut away to let In aIr and light What tho ultimate success of tho forestry work would havo been cannot be told The civil war brought n complete change In war vessels by substituting Iron for wood Forestry work stopped Tho timber reserves wero neglected Squatters occupied the land After a number of years all the reserves except somo of the Florid da land were opened to settlement Mr Gifford Plnchol United States forester and chairman of the national conservation commission addressed tho National Irrigation congress re ently held at Spokane Wash in the ourso of which ho said The most valuablo citizen of this or any other country Is tho man who owns tho land from which ho makes his living No other man has such a stake in the country No other man lends such steadiness and slabllllyto our national life Therefore no other question concerns us more Intimately than the question of homes Perma nent homes for ourselves our chit dren and our nationthis Is the con I tral problMa The policy of national I olrJNbptifHOr JJ FOREcJ7EIta Irrigation Is of value to the United Status In very many ways but the greatest ot all Is this that national Irrigation multiplies tho men who own tho land from which they mako their living The old saying Who over heard of a man shouldering his gun to fight for his boarding house rev fleets this great truth that no man is so Toady to defend his country not only with arms but with his vote and his contribution to public opinion as the man with a permanent stake In It as tho man who owns the land from which he makes his living Our country began as a nation of fanners During the periods that gave It Its character when our independ once was won nnd when our union was preserved we wero preeminently a nation ot farmers We can not and wo ought not to continuo exclu sively or even chiefly aaagricultural country becauso ono man can raise food enough for many lint the farm er who owns his land is still tho back bone of this nation and ono of the things wo want most Is moro of him The man on the farm Is valuable to the nation like any other citizen just In proportion to his Intelligence character ability and patriotism but unlike the other citizens also In proportion to his attachment to the soil That Is tho principal spring of his steadiness his sanity his simplicity and directness anti many of his other desirable qualities Ho Is the first ot homemakers Tho nation that will lend tho world will bo a nation of homes Tho ob- Ject of tho great conservation move meat is Just this to mako our country a pcrsnanont and prosperous home for ourselves and for our children nnd for our childrens children and it Is n task that is worth the best thought nnd effort of any and nil of us To achieve this or any other great result straight thinking and strong action are necessary and tho straight thinking comes first To mako this country what wo nped to have It wo must think clearly and directly about our problems and above all wo must understand what the real problems are Tho first thing wo need In this country ns President Roosevelt so well set forth in that great message which told what ho had been trying to do for tho American people is equality of opportunity for every cltl Zen No man should have loss and no man ought to oak for any moro Equality ot opportunity Is tho real ob- Ject of our laws and institutions Equality of opportunity a square deal for every man the protection ot the citizen against tho groat concen trations of capital tho Intelligent use ot laws and institutions for the public good and the conservation ot our natural resources not for the trusts but for tho people theso are real Is sues and real problems Upon such things ns these tho perpetuity of this country as a nation of homes really depends Wo aro coming to see that the simple things are tho things to work for Moro than that wo are coming to seo that the plain American citizen Is the man to work for Tho Imagination Is staggered by the mug nitude ot tho prize for which wo work If wo succeed tbcro will exist upon this continent a sane strong people living through the centuries in a land subdued and controlled for tho service of the people its rightful masters owned by the many and notby the taw If wo fall the great interests Increasing their control of our natur al resources will thereby control the country moro and more and the rights ot tho people will fade into the privi leges ot concentrated wealth The diminutive chains ot habit aro seldom heavy enough tobo felt UU they are too strong to bo broken Johnson f- T TO T BOOST A POSTURE RATES HITCHCOCK CALLS CONFERENCE TO CONSIDER INCREASE Plan la to Raise Cost of Registered Letters from Eight to Ten Cents Washington Postmaster General Hitchcock has called a conference of postal officials which has for Its ob- Ject the increasing of rates of regis tcrlng letters from eight to ten cents nn advance In the cost of money or ders and a decrease In the prlco paid to railroads for carrying the malls The conference will bo held hero Monday Postal officials from various parts of the country who have knowl edge of the operations of tho registry division the money order division and tho railway mall service will boon hand to glvo their views The registry omclals Invited to the conference with the postmaster Gen eral are- James D Bennett Chicago Eo S Post and Edmund Sands New York Alden II Weston Boston George Rol ter Cincinnati Arthur IL Potts Indi anapolis n Vlgnaux Atlanta Robert II 81oby Kansas City John Ar Leathers Louisville Henry Smith St Louis W a Duff Plttsburg Charles C Kellogg Detroit Marvin S Burke Buffalo J A Abbott Baltimore Thomas McLclstcr Philadelphia Announcement of the proposed change was made by Postmaster Gen oral Hitchcock The decision of Mr Hitchcock to Increase tho registry too followed an extended inquiry Into the registry system by a special commit tee appointed by tho postmaster gen oral Mr Hitchcock and the members of tho committee had a long confer once Wednesday It Is understood to be Mr Hitch cocks purpose to tako up the registry system first in considering all branches of tho postal service for re- organIzation wherever greater em ciency and less expenditure may bo effected It Is thought that the serv- Ice may bo placed on a more business like basis without working undue hardship or Imposing unreasonable burdens on the public President Taft In his message to congress next December will strongly urge the early establishment of a postal savings bank system Influen tial members of both tho senate and house are urging that the matter be loft over until the monetary commis sion has made Its report and ensuing financial legislation has been disposed of- CENSUS SPECIAL AGENTS Advisory Staff Has Been Appointed by Director Durand for Temporary Service Washington The formation of the census echedulcs upon which the enumerators will enter tho informa secure next April IT one of tho most important subjects now be fore United States Census Director Durand and Assistant Director Wit loughby The census law authorizes tho dl rector to determine tho form nnd subdivision of the Inquiries necessary to secure tho Information ordered by congressTo in this work Director Du rand has secured the cooperation of n score or moro ot experts in statls tics economics agriculture manufactures etc They have been appoint ed expert special agents to servo Corn short time while the work of formu bating plans is under way and are now assembled In Washington The agriculture manufactures and popu lation schedules uro tho principal ones under current discussion- In tho formation of the agricultu rat schedule four of these experts are acting as conferees J L CouUer H C Taylor C F Warren Jr and Thomas M Carver Mr Coulter is In Rtructorln agricultural economics in tho University of Minnesota Mr Taylor is professor ot agricultural eco nomics in tho University of Wiscon sin Mr Warren is professor of farm management and faun crops in Cor nell university and Mr Carver is a professor ot economics in Harvard university HANNIBAL HAMLIN HONORED Centenary of the Distinguished States mans Birth Is Fittingly Cele brated at Paris Hill Me Paris Hill MeAll Maine Friday paid tribute to the memory of Han nlbal Hauilln one of the greatest statesmen tho Pine Tree state ever produced This is the centenary of Hamllns birth In Paris Hill and the exercises were held in connection with tho first old homo week In Maine They were witnessed by a large gath Bring of present and former residents of the state including many veterans of the civil war who remember Ham lln especially as vicepresident dur ing Abraham Lincolns first term The culminating feature of tbo days program was tho unveiling by the Loyal Legion of a bronze tablet at the house whero Hamlln was born Shot Down from Ambush St Louis Lured from his once by a telephone call Louis Denny pro praetor of tho Brentwood Soda Supply Company probably was fatally wounded by George Synder Master Bakers Adjourn Minneapolis Minn Tho national convention of tho Association of Mas ter Bakers adjourned after electing officers for the coming year and selecting Baltimore Md as the next conventionally b Kentucky Items of Interest OMAHA NEB CHOSEN- By I Associated Advertising Clubs of America for Next Meeting Place Louisville Ky Virginia oratory reestablished a reputation for doing things when W E Dabney of Rich mond Va went into the convention and by a real oration won a vote of 107 in favor of his town for tho next con vention Omaha was finally selected however having pledged many cities 8 C Dobbs of Atlanta was elected president after a spectacular contest Other officers wedO chosen as follows W E Campbell Kansas City first vice president P S Florea Indianapolis secretary Loo Landau St Louis treasurer Ray Woltz Chicago perma nent sergeanlatarms directors Will M Clemns Memphis L 11 Sawyer St Louis Orva O Williams Chicago S K Evans New York and P V Col lins Minneapolis SHUBERTS GET A THEATER Auditorium In Lexington Leased by Them for Five Years Lexington KyTho Shuberts In their fight against Klaw and Erlanger hvo added another ahowbouso to their list Through a contract between J M Perklns of Frankfort end tho local board of park commissioners they got the Auditorium in this city for five years beginning October 1 at an annual rental of 400 and tho understanding that the citi zens of Lexington are to have tho use rf tho house tree for all public tune tons for which It was built upon the Clvlng of 15 days notice Something like 5000 Is to be expended In im provements which at tho expiration of the lease will become the property of tho city- Louisville Ky Over 400 republican chieftains sweltered here at a big ban quet tendered United States Senator Bradley Maysvlllc KyRobert T Cum mings who committed suicide In Cin anti was a native of Maysvllle Ky aged 44 years Ho was a grandson of the tale James II Hall founder of tho Hall plow works this city Henderson KyThe proposed IE day race meet of tho Albuquerque Fair and Racing association closed at the end of the fourth days racing At tachment suits amounting to between 700 and 800 were filed Frankfort KyThe state marksman ship record at the 500yard range was broken at Camp J Franklin Bell by Maj Felix Kerrick of tho First regi ment who made a score cf 48 out of a possible CO at tho long range Henderson KyWill K Ball 41 shot and killed T D Duko who has been doing the starting ut the Albu querque Race association meet here Duke died within five minutes after he was shot Ball hurrendered to tho of ficers and is now In custody Louisville KyA T MacDonald formerly managing editor of the Louisville Herald but moro recently secretary of the Louisville Commer cial cub resigned the latter position to become the corresponding secretary of a local life Insurance company Beattyvlllo KyWilliam Mays Charles Duty G J Gentry and G Wilkins United States revenue men captured a largo moonshine still 20 gallons of liquor and 200 gallons of beer at Ida May a mining camp near this place The still was cunning at full blast with James Prlco and Millard Botnor Sr operating it Greenup KyDemocrats nominated Howard Williams for representative J Watt Womack county Judge Judge W T Cole county attorney J T Lawson sheriff Stephen lowland clerk John Prichard school superI- ntendent John Young jailer Mor- tis Vanbibber assessor Frankfort KyCapt James Black burn confirmed the report from Wash ington that former Senator Black burn will resign his position as gov ernor general of the Panama canal and retire on his farm In Woodford county where ho will mako a specialty of raising Shetland ponies Louisville Ky William Mahondy filed suit In the circuit court against sportlnIhe the past five years Tho petition states that the money was lost in bet ting gambling and wagering in sums of io and over- Louisville KyJames Vaughn Cin cinnati farm hand astonished 2000 Louisville baseball rooters by his stel lar allround work Almost single handed ho defeated tho Columbus club C to 0 allowing but three hits Ho also made four hits himself Including a triple he stole tho only two bases and fanned seven men Galllpolls OTbo A P Uhrlg Jew elry Co filed a petition In voluntary I bankruptcy The liabilities are placed at 20000 with assets about 10000 MILITIA ELECTS OFFICERS First Regiment Refuses to Ratify Morris Gifford as Lieutenant Colonel Frankfort Ky The First regiment officers and men refused to ratify the appointment of Morris Gifford as lieu tenant colonel II C Grinstead was unopposed for colonel and received every vote cast The majors aro Henry E Mechling First battalion Georgo D Leo Second battalion and Felix Karrick Third battalion See ond battalion Company F elected Go E Frazco captain H Caller first lieutenant and C 1C Nafur second lieutenant Company K elected R L Harris captain E W Sang first lieutenant and J W Laswcll second lieu tenant Company H elected Wolsey Cayce captain to succeed W R farris Third battalion Company D elected G W Seymour Jr captain and Forest Moss first lieutenant BANK TELLER ARRESTED On Charge of Embezzlement Preferred by National Bank Examiner Johnson Loulsvlllo KyAs the result of a consuming passion for diamonds and fine clothes Fred G Miller who re eigned his position as teller of the Third National bank this city Au gust 11 was arrested on a charge of embezzlement preferred by National Bank Examiner Percy Johnson Mil lers peculations are said to amount to more than 6000 and the National Surety Company Millers surety has ready paid 187136 to tho bank According to tho officials of the bank the examination Is not yet complete and the alleged shortage will probably amount to 6000 It is said Miller secured the money interest fund due time depositors on their certificates PROSECUTING MEMBERS Of Pool Who Disposed of Crops to Outsiders Is Burley Tobacco Society Lexington IyThe Burley Tobacco society is taking action in various parts of tho state against members of its pool In 1907 and 100S who after signing a pledge to sell only to pool members disposed of their crops to outsiders At Maysvlllo tho board of control of tho Burley society filed suit against Thomas Malone for 5800 against C M Sidwell for 7610 and Pat rick Collins for 2500 alleging they bad violated tho pledge All will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Crccellus law passed by the last Ken tucky legislature which prohibits such sales Frankfort KyMrs James A Mur lay daughter of Joseph Dellne tho noted French chemist and soldier died of apoplexy She was a sister inlaw of Charles Reynolds a prominent Republican politician Lexington KyJudge A M J Cochran has Issued an order In the federal court of Richmond dismissing the suit of the Continental Realty Co vs C J Llttlo and Wi L Taylor for J496000 Louisville KyTho fifth annual convention of tho Associated Advertising Clubs of America was begun here when Mayor Grinstead welcomed the delegates and throw the gates of tho city wide open to them Henderson KyIn a suit filed here In the circuit court a receiver Is asked for tho Southern Coal and Transpor tation Co of Grafton W Va Incorporated under the laws of Kentucky and doing business at Robards this county Lexington Ky Secretary Clay of the Lexington Commercia club says he has been advised by local wareh- ousemen that 2000 will be required to handle tho tobacco that will come to tho local market In loose leaf the coming winter Louisville KyAn echo of the fall uro of the old Masonic Bonk which 18 years ago carried thousands to poverty was heard In Judge Mlllera court when Nathan Kahn was appoint ed to locate the depositors with whom the Institution has not yet settled Greenup KyEdward Conley Con stable Joseph and Noah Watkins were shot and seriously wounded in a fight here Joseph and Watkins attempted to arrest Conley who wrenched a rlllo from Josephs band and shot both Joseph and Watkins Joseph then secured the rifle and shot Conley Louisville Ky Promoters of the independent democratic ticket here headed by Owen Taylor for mayor an nounced their complete ticket for the salaried and nonsalaried offices The ticket Is now complete with the exception of the nominees for council men magistrates and constables Frankfort KyJudgo James P Gregory was reelected lieutenant colonel of the First Kentucky regi ment Leslie M Kayo was chosen captain of Co H W II McCullough was elected captain of Co B R H Lucas 1st lieutenant and B II Davis 2d lieutenant O B TIcu was chosen 2d lieutenant of Co D LEGAL TO SPEND MONEY Under Sullivan School Law to Carry Children to and From School 4Frankfort Ky Judgo OTlenr of tho court of appeals decided that it Is legal for the county board of ed ucation to spend money under tho Sullivan school law to carry children to and from school In districts whero the schools have been consolidated Jndgo ORear refused to grant an In junction prayed for by the citizens of McCrackcn against the county board of that county which Is spendlngtho money hauling children to school at Lono Oak where several of the coun ty schools havo been consolidated JUdge W M Reed had held that tho consolidation could be made but that tho monoy could not be used so that Judgo ORear reverses this opinion INNOCENT MAN PARDONED By HavingServedof Murder Frankfort Ky After serving four years in the penitentiary on the charge of murder Frank Ward of Laurel county was pardoned by Acting Gov Cox During a general row at Pitts burg Laurel county Got an Innocent bystander was shot and Frank Ward George Ward and J B Landrum were Indicted for the killing Tho two lat ter were acquitted and Landrum wrote to Gov Willson that the nad killed Goff but that It was an accident INJUNCTION GRANTED Preventing City of Lexington Adopting 25Year Water Contract Lexington KyThe hearing on tho J P Hostetter intervening petition fur an Injunction against the city of Lex Ington to prevent the adoption of a 25 year water contract with tho Lexing ton Hydraulic and Manufacturing Co was concluded in the circuit court and Judge Watts Parker granted the in junction as he had previously ruled In the case of J T Slade petitioning for tho same purpose Tho Slade case Is now before the court of appeals and a decision is expected September20 WORLDBEATING JERSEY HERD Is Desire of J N Camden in Purchasing Famous Bull Ibsen Lexington KyIn closing a deal with W S DIxon of Brandon Wla for the purchase of the famous bull Ibsen and four heifers J N Camden the millionaire owner of the Hartland and Spring Hill farms In Woodford county and president of the Kentucky Racing association announced his in tention to get together n herd of Jer seys second to none in tho world Ib sen and tho heifers were recently im ported from the Isle of Jersey Lexington KyHerr Raymund Kessler and Herr Max CaEpfari of Perlin Germany wero here pur has ing horses for tho German army They bought of Tevis Wllkerson and Rich ard Wilson tour thoroughbreds Frankfort Ky After sticking faithfully by her husband for many years Mrs Henry Youtsey has sued for di vorce believing that the alleged mur derer of William Goebel never will be released from prison Cynthlana Ky Herman Frank Rohs son of Henry B Robs jeweler of Cincinnati wbo has been employed by his uncle H A Robs jeweler oC this city is missing Robs is 20yeara old has fair complexion blue eyes Is 5 feet 6 inches tall and wears glasses Frankfort KyActing Gov Lox issued commissions to MnjT C Hollo way Moj Charles W Hlbbitt and Capt Irvin Llndenberger members of the medical department of the First regiment Judge W H Holt was appointed special circuit judge for Carter county Lexington KyJudgo Cochran of tho United States court granted tho t prayer of the Braznell Co of Pitta burg Pa and President Coffin of In dianapolis that a receiver be appoint ed for the now BellJellco Coal Co a halfmllllondollar corporation with headquarters here Paducah KyrGround was broken at Metropolis lit opposite hero on the Burlington extension from llerrin 111 to this city Engineers heclaro the extension is the first movq by tho Burlington to establish a through route to the Gulf for a share of the expected Panama canal trade Lexington Ky Several directors ot the Kentucky association held a iceetlng to discuss the question of a fall race meeting hero It was decided to postpone the matter until about September 10 when a full session of tho board con be bad Paducah KyA petition signed by masters and pilots ot boats plying between Paducah and Cairo has been sent to tho secretary or war protest- Ing against tho granting of a permit to the Burlington railroad to erect abridge acrcts the Ohio rtverfettm- iles below this place I r IIllltOoeoe eoeOeooee8ti1oeee ottoiose0- I East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else I Ito eomtpoodtnc ptblliktt tsltn ils i It tan by UI water Till tans iI Is not for jabUeaUes lilt u aa stilts of good faith Writ plainly 0 J 00000000888080000000000 iSTART RIGHT NOW Well begun is halt dono No ono knows who said that first but ovary one who has heard it agrees that it is right and there is nowheroI that it Is truer than In learning and schooling The best tlmo I to start getting an education is the I first chance you will get and that TermII There used to bo a custom oC walt j ing till the winter term before starting in school but It Is passing Every tall there are more students entering Bcrca because they are learning that It pays to be there for tho first day of tho first week of the first term So hero they will be Sept 15 i Better be among them You will find that It pays Here are just a few of the reasonsexpenses are lessfaU is the best time to studythe crowd is less and teachers can help each student morebut especially you get a good start that will take you thru the whole year just aflying r HE COMES- IWHISPERING SMITH JACKSON COUNTY ANNVILLK Annvllle Aug 23The school at this place is progressing nicely with Mr R Rader as teacher Mr Thos Medlock who had the misfortune of getting both legs broken more than a week ago Is improving some and it is hoped he will soon be well again Mr William Medlock from Breathitt County is visiting his brothers at this place Mr William Belcher from Breathitt County has been visiting friends at Aunvllle for the last few daysllr Bob Johnson of Moore Creek Has sold his farm to Lee Bow ling for 1600 Think he la going to locate at Berea Mr Frank W King of Hyden visited at the home of Mr E Pcnnlngton Saturday and Sunday He is going on the road as traveling salesman for a hardware Company and is going to move his family hero this weekMr J H Short and A J Smith called on the merchants here today and took dinner at Mrs John Medlocks Mr and Mrs Isaac Messier of McKee made a business trip to this place and stayed over night at E Pennningtons The work for the foundation of the Col lege building is progressing nicely under the management of E Penning ton and L J WebbThose who at tended the social at Mr W R Jones from here were Misses Mattle Med lock Mollle Johnson and Messrs L T Medlock and Charlie Davidson They all report a jolly time Annvllle Aug 30The farmers are quite busy with their fodderThe In fant of Mr R W Strong has scarlet feverMr Tom Medlock who has a broken leg is getting better Miss Mattle Medlock Miss Mollle Johnson and Mr Jesso Truett visited Miss Llzzlo Johnson Sunday Mr Caleb Cope and Pleas Cope visited Mrs Nancy Johnson SundayMr Wm Johnson and Mr G P Hacker are- holding a revival at Sand Gap this weekMr and Mrs Charley Smith dined with Mrs Polly Akemons Sun dayMr Frank King and family mov ed back from Bull Creek this week Mr Henry Rader and family are via Icing Mr E Pennington this week I1UOII I Hugh Aug 28Mr Noel Alexander made a trip to Kerby Knob Friday night Mrs Tom Click was the guest of her parents ThursdayMrs Ole Tudor and children of Ohio are visI lung her parents Mr and Mrs w1 R DengeMrs Luther Klmberlain of Dreyfus and Mrs Jones Bongo of panI ola visited relatives at this place last week Miss Eva Baker gave an apple peeling Thursday night Miss Lucy Ogg and Lonnie Hudson were the gusets of Mrs Gordon Dean Friday evening Alice Halo of Speedwell was the guest of Lloyd Hale Sunday Miss Llllle Klmberlaln Iwas the guest of Maggie Bengo Sun day evening Several of this place attended church at Pilot Knobs Sun dayProtracted meeting begins al this place the cecond Sunday In next month A largo attendance is desired Curt Hudson and sister China Maggie Benge and Dora Ely attended church at Pilot Knob Friday night OnI nALL Greenhall Aug 30Dled Thursday morning the little daughter of Luther Bishop We extend to them our heart felt sympathyJ D Plerson has been on the sick list for the past week but is now well Miss Florence Pierson Is very sick There Is much scarlet fever through this section Dr J A Mahaffey has had a bad spell of rheumatism or something similar Charles Venabla has a contract to build Jim Bowls a now dwelling and is getting along at it flneW B PIerson has ordered a set of carpenter tools and will work as partner with Chas VenableJohn and Clifton Wilson returned from tho London fair Friday Andy PIerson and wife visited Mrs Plersons parents Satur day and Sunday Died the past week two small babies of Mr L V Morris and wifeThesuit against Andy Pierson for breach of peace on the family of Sherman Culton and for shooting on tho public highway Was dismissed J N Smith d Co are do Ing a good business selling goods buying and shipping country produce and farming Dr Clark who has been very sick for several days is able to go about agalnJ D Pierson is do ing a good business with his picture gallery now and is giving some extra ordinary bargains In portrait work Your correspondent had the pleasur of visiting the Hickory Flat school Friday and making a picture of about sixty fine bright boys and girls who are doing good work under the management of Hardin Long I want to con gratulate Mr Long for the good work he Is doing every thing seemed to be moving along so nice and the school room was so nicely arranged being decorated with pictures ornamented and perfumed with wild flowers There were a number of visitors present who all seemed well pleased Several of the boys and girls delivered good speeches one of which was From the teacher that made us all laugh till we cried There is a great demand thru here for seed wheat and most all who hid wheat have sold In order to accomodate parties who wanted to sow We will have a new thresher next year and there is talk 3f a roller mill being put up at Boone vllleJ N Smith and wife visited Geo Tincher SundayJ D Pierson Bent Pierson and family visited J S 00 60000 REWARDF- or the arrest and detention of these two men wanted for the murder of James Lane r r L t- p I 4pR I ERNEST HAYS LEONARD ABNEY I or 300 for the arrest and detention of either 400 of this reward has been offered by Gov Willson on behalf of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and 200 is offered byv relatives of the murdered man remaintopenI years of age HAYS is about 5 feet 10 inches in height light blue eyes medium light hair complexiondark Countyit thIhasIof an app cutting tonight There will bo a Sun dAq school teachers association nt Canons Chapel Saturday Sept litl Every one invited The Qreenhe baseball team will play the school in the afternoon or any other teat present AVKIOltllUHO Welchburg Aug 30 Thero will be preaching at Conway church Wednesday night Sept 1st Every one In jvitcd Mrs Henry Rader of Jackso Is visiting relatives at this place progressInlcely relII Mr and Mrs F S Brannaman and family of Wlldie visited her father and mother Mr and Mrs Harve Moore last weekMr Riley Cornet purchased a yearling mule of Richard Cornett for one hundred and twelve dollars Corn crops are very good In this CountyW A Rader nnd C F Moore killed a copperhead snake Sunday evening measuring three and ono halt feet In lengthISAACS Isaacs Aug 30We are havlni some very dry weather at present Mrs Sarah Davidson of Dlsputanta Is visiting in this vicinity Mrs Bel Lake and Miss Manda Lake of Loan have been visiting friends near here the past week Miss Susie Watson teacher at Indian Creek school at tended the teachers association at Gray Hawk SaturdayMr John D Carmack who has been very 111 with typhoid Is much bettor Mrs Vine McQueen Is very sick Tho Rev Messrs Wm Wise and Samuel John son held a series of meetings at Friendship the past week The Rev 0 P Hacker has been holding a series of meetings at Letter Box Mr and Mrs George Davis attended church at Friendship Sunday and took dinner with Mr M Turner Mr Wai ter Roach of Louisville has returned home accompanied by his cousin Mr Roy Roach CIOVKIt nOTTOM Clover Bottom Aug 29Tnxcollect lug day yesterday proved to be a- very successful one for the Deputy Sheriff seemed to get quite a sum of money School at Long Branch Is progressing nicely with H N Dean as teacherGrover Drew a young teacher of Evergreen passed through here to pay a visit to some of his former pupils at HughSeveral young folks of this vicinity attended church today at Pine Grove Rabo fleece and wire of Shirley visited Sunday at II N Deans Quite a crowd at tended Squire Deans court Satur day to hear the trial of Roxie Rag ers alias White charged with house breaking and stealing which charge the examination court thought was sufficiently proved for him to hold her to answer to the grand jury in the sum of 250 which bond she fall eC to execute and was delivered to A M Powell Deputy Sheriff to take to Jail Gentry Rose and wife of Alcorn are visiting Berry Senters and wife of this placoPat Cruse who Is charged with being an accessory to the murder of James Lane is preparing to start to Richmond to bo at tits examining trial on August 31 oitriiA Orpha Aug 23Mr and Mrs Logan farmer visited at C E Smiths Sat irday and Sunday Mr John Frost who shot himself Is improving Mrs Lucy A Madden and daughter were tho guests of Mrs Mary Farmer Sun layMr Preston Lakes and wife visIted Mrs Lakes father Saturday tics Prona Campbell was a visitor at Mr Marlon Raders Sunday even ngWhere was a gooseberry stem ning at Mr S L Farmers Tuesday night A large crowd was there and enjoyed a fine time Mra Minnie Rad er and Cora Madden picked a tine lot of gooseberries Saturday on Wild Dog Mr Leonard Farmer called on Visa Nannie Mays Sunday Mr W 1 Barrett has bought a farm at Clover Bottom He will move to It soon Lucian Farmer is sick Messrs ilarlon Rader Preston Lakes James Campbell and Robert Sparks visited at Lee Taylors Sunday IMIlItOT Parrot Aug 30A series of meet- Ings conducted by the Rev Messrs Pearl Hacker and A B Gabbard has just closed at this placo with four additions to the church Mr Roy E Lader and L T Medlock of Annvlllo ttended church at this placo Saturday night and SundayA number of people from Mt ZIon attended church at Shiloh Sunday Mr Phee Ballard of Isaacs attended church here Sunday and Sunday nlghtA very large umber of people from Letter Box ttended the Big Laurel County Fair Wednesday and Thursday Mr Fred Lakes and sister Susan have been pending the week end with their brother Jerry of this place Tho bean stringing at H R Dycbes Monday night was well attended BURLEY Hurley Aug 28Mrs Alabama Hillard of Savoy 111 is visiting friends Bnd relatives near poreTho crop outlooc here is still good Quito a 1He Comes Whispering Smith largo crowd from this place attendee church at Bethel last Saturday and Sunday The services being conducted by B H Cole School is still progress Ing nicely Miss Susie Watson wont home Friday She expects to attend the teachers association at Gray Hawk Mrs Green McCollum is visiting rcl atlves near Loam Wiley Roberts has returned home from IlIIorry McCollum has been erecting a dwell ing on his farm on Horse Lick lie expects to move some time this tall Apples are very scarce in this com munity Tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jake Gabbard cut her hand very badly OWSLEY CDDtm FOR SALE Tract of land lying on the Duck Fork of Sturgeon just above Hamp Flanerys and Win Ross homes in one of tho best neighbor hoods In Owsloy County It contains about SO acres Will sell for 500 For further Information address Josie Isaacs proprietor Middletown Ohio or W W Wllcon Travellers Rest Ky TRAVELERS REST Travellers Rest Aug 23Wo are hf vlns some very fine growing showers Crops look very wellMrs Ida Hewlett paid Banford a short visit Saturday Since the whiskey left Owsley to a certain extent wo are having better times Quite a crowd went from here on tho excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Thcro was preach SundayIan wore manVesta and Roscoo Roberts visited J B Rowlett Saturday and Sunday last Brother Brown closed his revival meeting Saturday night at Vincent lie bas dono much good I G Rowlett made a business trip thru the lower counties and met with some bad luck on his trip PUBLIC SALEOF FARM LIVE STOCK FARMING IMPLEMENTS On account of a change in business of my sons and myself which is my only reason for selling I will offer at public auction on the premises on- t Thursday September 16 1909 My Fine Blue Grass Farm Containing 273 Acres To be surveyed to the purchaser located five miles east of Harrodsburg three miles north of Bergln and two miles west of Shakertown on Chatham pike adjoining the Lexington pike This Is one of the finest agricultural and stock farms in Kentucky It Is probably the best watered place In the blue grass country every field on the place being abundantly supplied with neverfalling water The place is fertile and superior for the cultivation of tobacco hemp corn and wheat The farm is equipped for tobacco raising with two big barns The stock barn is second to none ISO acres are In blue grass and the remainder In a high state of cultivation The dwelling contains eight large rooms large veranda and Is surrounded by all neces sary outbuildingsTERMS One third cash and the remainder in one two three and four years with 0 per cent interest payable semiannually from date of deed Will sell at same time and place the following stock Six head of big mare mules sixty head of cattle sixty head of hogs Jersey cattle two sweepsteaks be sides farming machinery such as binders mowers wagons plows harness and many other things too numerous to mention Terms on personal property On all sums of 20 and under cash over that amount n four months negotiable note with out interest Burgoo on the ground and plenty of It D B CHATHAM HARRODSBURG KENTUCKY LEVi Levi Aug 21 Childrens Day at ditty church Sunday was well at tended and avery one seemed to en joy the day The programme was well rendered Mss Elsie Wilson re presented the Goddess of Liberty she was clad gracefully In robes of whlto carrying a large American flag while gallantly the music and steps gate vent to the happy old soldiers standing near with hearts swelling I with joy for their battles ot long ago After the programme tho Rev Messrs D W Brown and S K Ramey gave I an Interesting talk on patriotism We missionaryIladY I useful work she has dono in this vie nity We are sorry to have her leave us Wllllo the little son ot Morgan Flanery has been very 111 for a few days but is improving Misses Lillian Flanery and Lucy Price are planning to attend the meeting at Pioosonnt Grove this week Miss Edna Hubbard from Wisconsin visit ed Elsie Wilson Thursday night Mrs Fannnlo Wilder Is visiting her tool at homo this week Xoarlr everyone is planning to attend tho Baptist Association at Macedonia the first Saturday and Sunday In Sept The tent meeting will be held at Cllfty next week beginning on tho Continued on fifth Pate THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN THE CITIZEN gives you more than tho worth of your money and is growing bettor nil the time Just compare it with the other newspapers you see You can get others as cheap but either they ore not as good or they are not made for the mountains or they do not give as much Just look at a few of the things wo are giving you now NEWS nil the news of the world of this countryand of the state that is worth reading All tho news of the mountains that we can get and moro than any other paper gives All the news of dozens of mountain towns where correspondents write to us every little while CATTLEAll the latest cattle prices also tho prices on ties sheep and hogs grain etc FARM HINTSA goadcolumn nnd sometimes more of hints that will help in the work on the farm HOME HINTSGood hints on housekeeping by an expert SCHOOL A running article on how to teach to make your school ono of the best intbo state by one of tho best teachers in the state THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONA full column every week STORIESA flue good interesting exciting serial story all the time and often a good short story a week TEMPER ANCE A column of good reading about temperance AND OTHER THINGSYou all know how many other good things you get in Tim CmzES many of the things that you cant get in any other paper And all for 100 the price of lots of poorer papers That is our best bargain Dont missIit Send in your dollar for another year if your subscription is out ALL FOR 100 Lots of poorer papers charge as muchother papers as good charge more In order to make our offer still more attractive we arrange to give subscribers bargains with their paper We used to give some of these things away but we have made the paper so much better that we cannot afford to do that any more You can get all these things with Tits CITIZEN cheaper than any whore else and besides get a better paper than you can got any whore else These are tho offers No ITbat Citizen Knife Most of you know It It IB tho fluent premium that was over offered with any paper It will cost you 76 cents nt a store but you can get It CITIZEN for 26 cents extra The knife 7fc cents tho CITIZEN 100 both worth 176 for 125 No 2The Farmers lUpM Calculator a thirty five cent book that is worth noveral dollars to any up to date fanner It tolls what you want to know about almost anything on tho form It is a good book on dmcjiHOH of horses cattle sheep nnd hogs tells ou how to know what Is the matter nmlwhnt to do It figures tolls you how to reckon Interelltlf have borrowed or loaned money or how many bushels of corn there arc In a loud that weighs so much or how to measure the corn In a crib or in a pile and how much send U takes to plant an acre orhow many brick to build a chimney I and lots of things of that kind And it has for youto keep account of your expenses and earn Y In nnd of what you bought and sold and anything also you want to remember you are n farmer e 1 it is Just the thing you want Tho Calculator Of Tho Citizen 100 Roth worth 1186 for No 1110 3The National Handy Package Just tho thing it wife has boon looking for Noodles and pins of all kinds Moro than a quarters worth but It usually sells for a quarter Wo soil it with Tho Citizen for ten cents Handy Package 26 cents Tho 100 J loth 1126 for flW- No4A book The Mountain of By William II llanoy a mountain man telling the history and tho present condition of tho mountains as ho sees them Tho book is worth llDObut wo will soil It with for 60 cents Tho book 1160 The Citizen 100 Both worth MGO for 160 No 5Another bookJesus of Nazareth A fine life of Christ by the Roy Dr William E Barton A fine book in beautiful binding with 850 Illustrations an ornament to homo and a good book to rend The usual price Is260 but we soil It for 100 The book J260 The Citizen 1100 worth 360 for 4200 No 6A book for teachers Teaching a District School By Prof J W Dinsmoro Every touchier ought to hjvvo a copy of this book It has been olliclally adopted tho Heading Circles hoards of seven states Kentucky being ono of them If you havent got subscribe now for The Citizen and got It Tho book 100 Tho Citizen 100 Both wocth 200 for 100 You can gets one of these with your Citizen They nro easy to golf JUst write to The Citizen Berea Ky Tell us that you want to renew say what premium you wont and send correct amount of money Write your immoaiid mldrebh plainly The best way to tho money Is by postofllco money order Get ono from tho postmaster 1 also send your check OR YOU CAN GO TO OUR AGENTS Wo have n lot of thorn and they can tako subscriptions and send your name sad money rind most of thorn can give ou tho premiums If they havent thorn wo will sold thom to you as soon as wo money No premiums nre Kent till tho money Is paid If you want to do that go to one of these people rKNIMlAI AOKNTS Mr St11 Mcllonei Sir tome Cnlitwell jrllhmi DohlUDi JI6lcl Mullln Cruise Clay CountyMr Mary Murrr Morning SpringsLaurel Cuteel woaver Kllll CountyJohn W Illcknell Locust IIranehhnlT CountyT A nccknell Island City J M King Tall Jackson County U S Coyle Alcorn Miss Utttlo Medlock J o Hewlett Traveller licit Aunvllle A L Ramsey Dradbaw Ju S Moore Mildred J IlockrnnUe County Harden Moure Climax J J Drew flooch D Bpurlock Privet I W R Allen Roblnet land DONT WAIT RENEW NOW