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ItiHfcb I DENT S IFF ICE I3EREA KY J X- h I i lEnA PUBLISHING CO IJJCOKFOKATED vi STANLEY FROST Manager J hj l VitaeJ AlIA Pottofflei at Serta Ayi at tetoau- ll Viedaermau autaer I rTol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY SEPTEMBER 0 1800 One Dollar a year No 11 1 i NEWS OF THE WEEK Taft Planning 13000 Mile TripAl so at Work on Trust Law with BigA r Teeth in ItJapan Wants More ShipsDoctor Sees Wife Killed tTAFTS PLANSPres Taft has been Idle during his summer va tcaUon Among other things ho has to reorganlzo the Department ti ot Justice which has charge of tho i prosecutions ot trusts and such mat abloFwork dono by It and the Bureau of Corporations In such a way that there will bo no work duplicated and everything will be to the boat advan tage Several prominent politicians have called on Pres Taft and he has been working with them and a number ot experts In drawing up an anti trust law which ho believes will do Jmuch to solve the troubles of ihe He will put the whole weight ot his administration behind It this winter and hopes to induce Congress to pass It Tho law will provldo far prison sentences for officials ot railroads or other corpora y i tions who violate Its provisions and enlarges the powers ot the Interstate Commerce Commission TAFTS TIUP Pros Taft Is plan ning to tako a 13000 mile trip thru tho South and West before Congress meets this fall During tho trip ho will discuss mostly politics Ho will discuss the thrift bill in tho west and try to gain supporters In tho south A strong effort Is to be made to draw a few Southern states into tho Republican column and Pres Taft wishes to talk over tho matter and destroy the unworthy leadership which has crippled our party in some states STRIKE OF OoooA strike of 20000 minors in tho Plttaburg districts likely It is opposed by tho offi cora ot tho minors union and is caused entirely by a dispute inside tho organization and not at all by trouble with tho employers The strike would be In violation ot solemn agreements and injure many who have nothing to do with it It Is t such acts as this which havo lead to tho preJudlco against tho labor unionsJAPAN WANTS NAVYA movement has been started In Japan to build fifteen new and very powerful battleships as an addition to her na vy Considering tho talk of war be tween this country and Japan this plan Is ot great Interest to us SEES WIFE KILLEDA killing of a doctors wlto In South Carolina I is causing much excitement Her husband I was visiting at a house when some person passed In what seemed a suspicious manner Tho house own er and his visitor followed down into the back yard and caw a figure which gave no answer when called upon The houso owner asked what to do and tho doctor said to shoot When the smoko had cleared away and they went up they found tho doctors wife deadJUSTICE MOODY ILL Justice Moody of the Supremo Court of the U S Is seriously ill Ho was appoint ed by Pres Roosevelt and has been a strong supporter ot the Presidentsi policies r L NS TIME TABLE iFor tho benefit of those of our who will come from along tho line of the L k A wo are print ing this week a time table showing the trains running from Beattyvlllo to Richmond Trains leave Richmond for Berea at 104G In tho morning and 1163 at night Following Is tho L A times LeaveBeattyville 600 a m 120 po m Irvine 720 fa m 240 p m Richmond 823 a ni 345 p m Tho time given for Richmond Is at tho L N ahtlont Better Than Ever lithe Normal City Laundry r It hIs recently changed hands and IH now under the management Mr A R Tools The latest cuff amI collar machines I have boon put in They will give SatisfactionFirst Finish Collars that Fit ALL WE ASK IS TRY IT ON- CEJWDooleyAgt 1st floor Industrial Building Berea Ky THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People BIG COLLEGE BEST Six Advantages Which It Has Over Small SchoolsMany of These Of fered at Berea What advantage la thero to the atu dent in attending a largo institution like Bcrca which is a group of six or eight schools combined U a boy wants to atudy to be a teacher why not go to ono of the normal schools even though they are smaller or why not go to some academy that Is an Institution all by Itself or to a bus iness school that teaches nothing but commercial branches This Is a very practical question and a very Impor tant question for tho student What advantage docs a student get in at tending an Institution where all these schools aro combined Before answer Ing this question pct us ask one more If a boy wants to ctudy any subject why not buy a book and study It all by himself The answer is plain lHo needs a teacher A boy can learn more from a good teacher than from all tho books that were ever written on that subject 2 He needs to read some other books to htilp him understand hla lesson fully 3 He needs companions studying the same subject to spur him on to do his boot 4 He needs an opportunity to use tho learning ho gets for unless he can make some practical application ot what ho learns ho will soon forget It 6 lie needs balance A boy maybe a good student and yet be lop sided Tho boy that studies alone or with a few others feels awkward and embarrassed when he goes out Into tho world 6 He needs power power to control his body and his mind power to adjust himself to his circumstances or rather to adjust his circumstances to his alms To accom pitch these things la the object of ed ucation and it you will think the matter over carefully you will see that each and all of these things can best be accomplished in a largo and thoroughgoing Institution 1 The TencherIn the small places you might find as good a teacher as in a largo institution Though tho teacher in a small place Is not likely to be so expert but supposing he were just as skillful in tho largo institution you have tho benefit of many teachers You can get something from all ot them You can get the benefit ot their training and experience and friendship It a boy should go for only one year to Berea ho might train the friendship of more than sixty teachers and learn a hundred times ai much from them as from his books 2 Books But we do not forget tho importance of books No one can be a strong student unless ho has more books than ho can afford to buy In order to get tho most benefit from hla school books ho needs to read oth er books to which his school books refer It a boy Is studying history he will understand it a great deal bet ter It ho can at tho same time read the Lifo ot Lincoln and tho Life of Washington or eomo books of travels In other cuntrleo Some schools can not havo very good or very large libraries Beroa has a library of f2i 000 books and what Is perhaps even more Important wo have trained li brarians who have nothing else to do except help the student to find tho reading that he needs and to show him how to get tho most out ot it 3 Emulation Tho horse can nm faster If there la another horse trying to boat him Everybody knows that ho cannot do his best unless some oth er boy Is trying to do a little better Many a bright boy is spoiled by stud ying in some place where ho is the brightest in school Ho can beat all tho rest without halt trying He needs to go to a largo Institution where there aro a great many other boys just as bright as ho Is so that bo will have tot fix hIs mind on his studies and work hard This friendly rivalry with other students will often make a man off him 4 PrnctlceAWe havo all heard that practiced makes perfect but everyone does not realize that nothing but practice can mako you perfect What a boy learns from his books ho puts into practice In his literary and debating society What ho learns In tho normal classes ho clinches by teaching in a real class under the guidance of a skillful instructor What ho learns In tho business school Is immediately put into practice The homo science school teaches students to cook real food to bake real bread to prepare wholesome meals as well as to cut and fit and sew real gar ments The school of nursing enables tho students to put their knowledge Into practice In our new hospital They actually take part In surgical operations tin dressing wounds In cooking for the sick room and taking care of patients under tho guidance ot tho bead nurso and the college IIJIICOUKGK POOTBAU TBAVC IJr JIIJII Progress the is impossible and there is no butter way to Ret that makes progress than in a good nowspaper41 FODDER VERSUS DRAINS There is a vigorous contest going on in many a home and many n community in Kentucky today between fodder and brains and we are sorry to say in many a case the farmer is choosing little fodder for his stock instead of brains for his children Of course the fodder ought to be saved and yetHow ubout that boy Mr Farmer Is he worth auy thing to you l Dont you want to make him into tho best man you can And if you dont what are you living for anyhow f- It has been proved over and over again that Avery day spent by a child in school is worth from 1000 to 1080 to him That amount of money goes into his brains he earns that much more laterit is storedup like the fodder for future use Now how many boys can pull 000 worth of fodder in a day l Can you yourself l If not then they are wasting or losing the difference between the amount of fodder they can pull and that sum of money every day that they stay out to help in the corn field Rather bad bargain for the boy isnt it l And yet many a father is making just that choice between brains for the boy and fodder for tho stock every day in these fodder pulling times Every time you see a boy that ought to bo in school but is out pulling fodder you can know that his father thinks fifty cents worth of fodder in the barn is worth more than 1000 worth of brains in tbe boys head LIONS IN THE WAY Many a boy or girl is deciding just now whether or not to go away from home to school As theday of departure draws near and the prospect of leaving the love and protection of the home becomes closer many such young people find their courage ebbing rapidly away and some will probably lose all their stoutheartedness by the time that they should start and so will put off till another timq tho decisive stepand perhaps never get an education after all and HO miss the best in life No one can be blamed for being a little scared at going away from home for the first time It is natural to be afraid of anything with which one is not familiar and certainly the plunge into a new and distant school life offers ground for apprehension Friends parents guides familiar ground all are to be left behind and the youthful adventurer must trust himself to unknown waters with un known guides And yet if the young persons only knew it that fear of the future is tBe only REAL trouble ahead of them All the things which they fear so will disappear entirelor turn out to be ad vantages when they are faced and met New friends will be found if what college boys and girls say is true the new friends will be the best Experienced teachers will become helpful guides and tbe sur roundiugs of school life will be found to offer comforts and oppor tunities never dreamed of before The lions in the way of the young man or woman desiring an education are chainedthey may look fierce but when they are approached it will be found that they are quite harmless their only office is to scare away the timid ones who are unworthy tho advantages of an education Young man or woman who reads these words do not let the chained lions scare youl Thousands of young people no better off mentally or morally than you are passing them successfully every year and going on to the great fields of happipess and success be yond To the brave no harm can come from the uncertainties to be faced in going away to school Show yourself such and deserve tbo great reward which courage will bring you physician In the agricultural school and tho school of carpentry tho stu dents learn to do things 5 Balance People often make fun of tho awkward country boy This Is because he has been brought up In a small place and has never had a chance to adjust himself to other conditions to learn new ways and to gob a broader view Tho best small school In the country cannot give a boy this broader view this mingling with people from marry different pace When a boy conicfa to such a large school he learns how to mingle with other people how to be dig nified Instead of awkward indepen dent instead of coarse 6 PowerAfter all the most Im portant aim ot an education Is not knowledge but manhood There Is everywhere plenty of opportunity for selfcontrol but the more experience a boy can have under wise and firm guidance the bettor fro is prepared for life In a large school there are many opportunities for selfcontrol for Influencing others for learning tho great art ot persuasion Berea College Is in Itself a training In citi zenship as well as in character and culture The student has a chanco to hear fine music great lectures famou authors and speakers and they come into touch with a largo and deep life nl large Institution there Is a fine opportunity for athletics We have the finest athletic field in the tate gymnasium baths and an enthuslas tic body ot students And lastly In a large school which Is conducted by a great many Instruc tors of high character there is great er opportunity for religious and spir itual life than in any small school FALL TERM THE BEST There is no time like the present Any young person who wants to get a good education will start tie soon as possible and now Is that time Tho Fall Term of school Is tho best of tho three and If a student could havo only one term this would be tho ono ho should choose Hero are a lew reasons for this FlrstTho school Is less crowded tho buildings aro not so full and he can have a better chanco In picking his room less crowd and moro comfort In all activities I Second The weather Is better for any kind of work Tho beat ot the summer Is over and tho rigors of I tho winter have not come It Is the best time of tho year to study Third The teachers too are less rushed with work and In better con dition to work and the student gets tho benefit A student depends on the teachers for what he gets out of school and GO the Fall Term when they can give him most Is by far the I best tlmo for him- ContisuedI on fourth Page BIG GIFT REPORTED Story from Chicago that Dr Pearsons Will Give SIOOOOO Not Confirmed Here Donation Probably Condit- Ional Good luck for Berea College Is fore shadowed In tho following dispatch from Chicago printed in the morning papers yesterday CHICAGO Sept 7Dr D K Pear sons the millionaire who has spent years giving money away to poor col leges all over the land announces that he la closing his work Said he Within a month or so I shall give 100000 to Berea College Kentucky for tho benefit ot the mountain whites Beloit was tho first college I ever gave to and Berea Is going to bd the last When I give this 100 000 Im through with colleges and I want them to quit pestering me He gets about 1000 begging letters dally most of which are burned with out being answered No official confirmation of this news hag been received here how ever and It is not believed that the gift is at all definitely settled yet Officials of tho collego feel certain that the gift if made will be accom panied by some conditions such as went with the other gifts of Dr Pearson namely the raising of a large sum of money with his gift as the basis It seems likely therefore that this donation Is still a long ways from being secured The floors of the Boone Tavern kitchen and pantry are as clean as the dining room tables GOING AWAY TO SCHOOL It is always hard for both parents and children when the time comes for tho young folks to go away to school And yet thero Is no time which should really bring a greater of triumph to both For a feelingI parting has to come Into every sooner or later and if that porting comes in such a good cause as that ot education it means that the child Wa will have tho best that Is open I to them and that the parents have dope and are doing their full duty by the young ones These things are cause for happiness are they not even If they are accompanied by the pangs of parting It might be different if the youngsters did not have to leave home soon er or later anyway But they dp Every family Is separated Children of one couple will be found scattered from ocean to ocean and seldom is a family found where halt a dozen child ren see each other once in ten years The parting must come And what a difference there may be in the parting When the young man starts to make his way how much better to know that he Is go ing to a college where he will find kind and helping friends and where he will be fitted for the best in life rather than that he Is going to a factory or distant farm where he may menlandhow much better for a young woman to go to such a school where she will learn all the things that will make her a better wife and mother or that I will enable her to take care of her self If alone than to have her start In with tho cares of a family at ten der years or go to a distant city to work in the homes of strangers Surely the parting which will lead to education is the best there can be on this earth Its terrors are more than repaid by the hope ot the future and the certainty ot present anCetI while it offers rewards and happiness far beyond any other parting that can come while life lasts No ambitious young person will let the pangs of the parting from homo keep them from school and no good parent will sacrifice the childs fu ture happiness to put off for a few days a pain which will only come la ter In worse and more hopeless form It Is about as reasonable to live at Boone Tavern as to rent keep fires and lamps going and buy food at homeand- no worry A Holler for Help Another pressing need of the hour is a correspondence school by which near editors are taught how to die tlngulsh the true mixed metaphor from the counterfeit An Egyptian Plumber I think said tho professor from the utensils about him that this mum my must have been an Egyptian plumber How interesting mused his dreamy assistant could we but bring him back to life Tho profes sor shook his head Too risky Whos going to pay him for his time Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern 1 knowledge is to read a good newspaper I KENTUCKY knowledge knowledge r PEARY THERE TOO American Naval Officer Also Reaches TriumphforFlies at the Top of the World On the Inside pages of this paper are found full accounts of the reach Ing ot tbe North Pole by Dr Cook of Brooklyn N Y an American ex plorer Since those pages were print ed word has come from the far north that Commander Robert E Peary the U S Navy the leading Arctic ex plorer has also returned from a successful dash to the pole which ho reached a year later than Dr Cook Details of Pearyo dash are still lack ingSuch a double triumph for American pluck and daring against heavy odds and in the face of awful difficulties should bring a glow of pride to every true American Over seven hundred lives have been lost in the attempts ot the bravest men of the last four centuries to reach the Pole and that this almost impossible feat should be doubly accomplished by Americans is a matter for the greatest and deepest pride Tbo Stars and Stripes now float from the summit of the world and that wonderful land has become by right of discovery the property of our government All honor to Cook and Peary I IN OUR OWN STATE Fatal Riot in State Capltal200OOO- Loasln Shelbyvllle Fire Senator RlchmondFrankfort FIGHT IN FRANKFORTFrom a brawl Irl the dive district of Frankfort last week a riot started in which one soldier and one civilian were killed and several others were wounded The soldier killed was First Sergeant Tate of Somerset and tho civilian troui calledloutprisoners who were ar rested BIG SHELBYVILLE FIREA ter destroyedtbeThursday night causing a loss of 200000 The entire place was threatened and several of the moat impor tant buildings and stores were de stroyedSPEAKING IN RICHMOND Sen Bradley and Pres Lebus of the Burley Tobacco Society spoke in Richmond Monday in the Interests of pool ing tobacco Friends of the senator were sorry to notice evidence that he was beginning to feel his age ESCAPES FROM JAILAnother escape from the Franklin County jail took place last week when Wm Tur pin cut his way thru the bars and escaped Ho was awaiting trial for assaulting a deputy marshall in tho Somerset jail- CHAMPION SHOT Tho champion rifle shot of Kentucky is now Private Howard of Pin ovUle who mado his CaptIAbout sixty guests have been enter gained qt Boone Tavern and only opened about ten daystheres a reason COURT DAY AT RICHMOND The crowd was unusually large and trading woo brisk throughout the en tire day The demapd for stock was brisk The mule colt men were usjualthey are not to be had Tho demand tor cattle was also good as the price of 440 will testify There was a big lot ot cattle at the pens nearly all selling at from 3 to 440 Mule colts were plentiful and nearly all were sold Prices ranged at from 35 to 80 Several car loads bought Monday were shipped South that night G Wt Deatherago sold a lot of corn at 3 In field Col W B Burton ot Loa caster bought seven mules at from 160 to 200 A load ot mules bought during the past month was shipped South for which was paid from 50 I to 100 Ben Bright bought for Bright Fox five mules at from 150 to 225- CALL ON MRS EARLY For the very latest In hosiery col lars ties handkerchiefs l-nenBfchinn t laces embroideries towels and tho best most complete 5 and 10 cent line in Berea The Famous Red Band Brand candy 10 eta per pound Guar anteed absolutely pure r v I WI1TSPEI 1NG SMITHbyFlMNKII SPEARMAN BY ANDRE BOWLED oCOPyflJGHTI50S 6YCHA3 jrJIflMCItj JOMi r CHAPTER I The Wrecking Boa News of tho wreck at Smoky Creek ofrIon was overseeing the making up of hJa wrecking train and tb9 yard usu anT quiet at that hour of the morning 4 was slim with the hurry of men and engines in the trainmasters room of the weatherbeaten headquarters build tog nicknamed by railroad men The Wickiup early comers leepyfacd keeneyed trainmenlounged on the tables and In chain dUcoMlng the re ports from Point of nocks and among them crewcallors and messengers moved In and out Two minutes after Ur had their orders and were pulling out e the upper yard with right of way nlr everything to Point of RooksIThe wnsA Sad occurred lust west of tbo creek A Cwi eastbound freightI train doublebeaded J ad 4 track on the long cum wound the hill and when the wrecking train backed through Ten 6hed cut the sun streamed over the neaps of jammed and twisted cats strung all the way from the point of the curve to the foot of Smoky bill The crew of the train that lay in the ditch walked slowly I up the track to where the wreckers bad pulled up and the freight conduc riggingIkeThe conductor swinging up the ca booso stops mado his way inside among the men that were passing out toots The air within was bluish thick with tobacco smoke but through the haze the frelghtman saw facing him In tbe far corner of the denlike Interior a man seated behind an old diningcar table finishing his breakfast one glimpse was enough to identify the dark beard of Sinclair foreman of the bridges and boss of the- yI wrecking gang Beside him stood a steaming coffee ti tank and In his right hand he held an S tojfreight conductor With a laugh Sin daft threw up his left band and beck oned him over Then be shook his hair just A little tossed back his bead opened an unusual mouth drained the 1cupata gulp and cursing the freight man fraternally exclaimed now many cars have you ditched this timer The trainman a soberfaced fellow answered dryly All I had Running too fast ebr glared Sin r i clair With the box cars piled 40 feet high on the track tbe conductor was too controversyII Comorcar started up the track The wrecking l boss paid no attention to his com panion as they forged ahead but hoftprint Theyll bavo your scalp for f 1 this he declared abruptly I reckon they will What your name StevensLooks all day for you doesnt ItT No matter I guess I can help you outWhore the merchandise cars lay below tbo switch the train crow knew that a tramp had boon caught At Intervals they heard groans under the wreckage which was piled high there Sinclair stopped at the derrick and too freight conductor went on to where his brakeman had enlisted two of Sinclairs giants to help get out the trump A brako beam had crushed the mans legs and the pallor of his taco shod that ho was hurt internally vat ho was conscious and moaned soft ly The men bad started to carry him to the way car when Sinclair came up asked what they were doing and Theyhastilywants water protested a brakeman who woo walking behind carrying his vrm In a sling Water bawled Sinclair Havo my men got nothing to do but carry a tramp to water Oot ahead there and help unload tliuso refrigerators Hell find water last enough Let the damned hobo crawl down to the crook after it- Tho tramp was too far gone for re sentment ho had fainted when they laid him down find his hnlfglazcd eyes staring at tho sky gave no ovl anythingIthe ned a cloud I Sinclair took the little bill nearest I tho switch to bellow his orders from running down among tho men whenever nccowury to help carry them out Within 30 minute though apparently no l ipr Mtion had been made on the groat huosps of wrenched and spllu twed ofjwffin nt Sinclair had tho job I In lined rug freight conductor Stevens afraid of no Ulan had como up to ftpoftk to Blnnlalr and Sinclair with a mile laid a cordial hand on his shoulders fllcvcns Its all right Ill get you out of this Como hero Ho to kd tho conductor down the track I I I where they had walked in the morn- Ing Ho pointed to flangemarks on the ties See there theres where the first Wheels left the track and they left on the inside of the curve a thin flange under the flat refrigera tor broke 1vo got the wheel Itself back there for evidence They cant talk fast running against that a private car line anyway 01 DamnI a cigar havent got any Great man theres a case of Key Wetopen up ahead go nil your pockets and your grip Dont be bashful youvo got friends on the division If you are Irish ehr Sure only I dont smoke said Stevens with diplomacy Well you drink dont you Theres a barrel of brandy open at the switch The brandy cask stood upended near the water butt and tho men dipped out of both with cups They were working now half naked at tbe wreck The sun hung In a cloudless sky the alt was still and along the right of way huge wrecking fires added to the scorching beat Ten feet from the water butt lay a flattened mass of rags Crusted in smoke and blood and dirt crushed by a vise of beams and wheels out of human semblance and left now an aimless twitching thing tho tramp clutched at Stevens foot as be passed Water Hello old boy how the devil did you get borer exclaimed Stevens retreating In alarm WaterStevens stepped to the butt and filled a cup The tramps eyes were closed Stevens poured the water over his face then he lifted the mans head and put a cupful to his lips Is that hobo alive yet asked Sin clair coming back smoking a cigar What does he want now Water Dont waste any Umo on him Its bad luck refusing water mut tered Stevens holding the cup Hell be dead in a minute growled SinclairThe of his voice routed the falling man to a fury Ho opened his bloodshot eyes and with the dregs of an ebbing vitality cursed Sinclair with a frenzy that mado Stevens draw back It Sinclair was startled he gave no sign Co to hell be exclaimed harshly With a ghastly effort tho man made his retort He held up his blood soaked fingers Im going all rlghtl know that ho gasped with a curve but Ill come back for you Sinclair unshaken stood his ground Ho repeated his Imprecation more violently but Stevens swallowing stole out of hearIng As ho disappeared a train whistled In tho west CHAPTER II At Smoky Creek Karg Sinclairs crow foreman came running over to him from a pile of merchandise that had been set off tbo right of way on the wagon road for loot Thats the superintendents car coming aunt It Murray he criedI looking across tho creek at the ap proacblng train What of It returned Sinclair Why wero just loading tho team The Incoming train an engine with a way car two flnts and tho Dear Dance derrick slowed up at ono end of the wreck while Sinclair and his tore man talked Three men could bo seenI getting out of the way carMcCloud the superintendent and Reed YoungI tho Scotch roadmastcr and Dill Dan cing A gang of trackmen flied slowly out after them The leaders of tho party mado their way down the curve and Sinclair wIthI Karg mot them at the point IcICloud asked questions about thoI wreck and the chances of getting theI track clear and while they talked Sinclair sent Karg to get the nowI derrick into action Sinclair thenI asked McCloud to walk with him upI the track to see where tho cars hadI left tho rail Tho two men showed InI contrast as they stepped along the ties McCloud was not alono younger and below Sinclairs height his broad Stetson hat flattened him somewhat His movement wan deliberate beside Sinclairs lllhencss and his faccI though burned by sun and wind was boyish while Sinclairs was strongly lined Just a moment suggested Mc Cloud mildly as Sinclair hastened past the goods piled In the wagon road Whoso team Is that Sinclair Tho road followed tbo of whore they stood and a fourhoroI team of heavy mules was pulling a loaded ranch wagon up tho grade when McCloud spoke J Sinclalt answered cordially Thats my team from over on tho Frenchman I picked thorn up at Denver Nice mules McCloud aint they Give mo mules every tlmo for heavy work If I had just a hundred moro of em tho company could have my JobwhnU Yes What that stuff they are hauling Thatfl a little stuff mashed up in tho merchandise car theres some tobacco there and a little wino I guess Tho cases are all smashed Water Bawled Sinclair Have My Men Got Nothing to Do But Carry Tramps to Water Lets look at ItOh theres nothing there thats any good McCkrad Lots look at it As Bill Dancing and Yeang walked behind the two men toward the wagon Dancing made extraordinary efforts to wink at the rodmacter That a good story about the males cpsrfag from Denver amt It he Battered Young unwilling to commit nlinteU topped to light his pipe When he and Dancing joined Sinclair and Mo Cloud the talk between the seperln tcndent and the wrecking boss had be como animated I always do something for my men out of a wreck when I can thats the way I get the work out of them Sin clair was saying A Jlttle stuff like this be added nodding toward the wagon comes handy for presents and tbo company couldnt get any sal rage out of It anyway I get the value a dozen times over In quick work Look there Sinclair pointed- to whcro the naked moo heaved and wrenched In the sun Wbero could you get white men to work like that If you didnt jolly them along once In a while What You havent been hero long McCloud smiled Sinclair laying a head with heavy affection on the young mans shoulder Ask any man on the division who gets the work out of his menwho gets the wrecks cleaned up and the track cleared Aint that what you want rCertainly Sinclair no man that ever saw you handle a wreck would undertake to do It Better Then whats all this fuss about Weve been over all this matter bo fore as you know The claim department wont stand for this looting thats tbo whole story Hero aro tenor twelve cases of champagne on your wagon soiled a little but worth a lot of money That was a mistake loading that up I admit It It was Karga careless nessHero Is one whole case of cigars and part of another continued Mc Cloud climbing from ono wheel to another of tho wagon There Is a thousand dollars In this load I I know youvo got good men Sinclair It they aro not getting paid as they hould bo glen them tlmo and a halt double time but put it In the pay checks Tho freight loss and damage account increased 200 per cent leaf yqar No railroad company can keep that rate up and last Sinclair Hang tho company I The claim agents urn a pack of thieves cried Sinclair Look hone McCloud whats pay check to a man thats sick compared with a bottlo of good wine When ono of your men la sick and needs wine Jet mo know returned McCloud Ill see that ho gets It Your men dont wear silk dresses do they no asked pointing to another caso of goods under tho drivers seat Havo that stuff all hauled back and loaded Into a box car on track Not by a damned sight exclaimed Sinclair Ho turned to his ranch drlv or Barney Rebstock You haul that stuff where you were told to haul it lJamnThen You and I may as well have an understanding right here ho said as McCloud walked to tho head of the mules Dy all moans and Ill begin by countermanding that order right rovr Take your load straight back to that car directed McCloud pointing up tho track Barmy a ranch hand with a cigarette face looked surlily at Mc CloudSinclair raised a finger at the boy Tea drive straight ahead where I told you to drive I dont propose to have my affairs Interfered with by you or anybody else McCloud You and I can settle this thing ourselves he added walking straight toward th superintendent Get away from rose mules yelled Barney at the samo moment cracking his whip McClotids dun eyes hardly lightened as he looked at the driver Dont swing your whip this way my boy be said laying hold quietly of the near bridleDrop that bridle roared Ill drop your mules in their trac if they move one foot forward Dan dug unhook those traces said Mc Cloud peremptorily Dump the win out of that wagon box Young The be turned to Sinclair and pointed the wreck Get back to your work The sun marked tho five men rooted for an instant on the hillside Dancing jumped at the traces Reed Young clambered over the wheel and Sin clair livid faced McCloud With a bitter denunciation of Interlopers claim agents and fresh railroad men generally Sinclair swore hewould no go back to work and a case of win e crashing to the ground Infuriated him Ho turned on his heel and started to the wreck Call off the men he yelled to Karg at tho derrick The foreman passed tho word The dcrrickmcn dropping their books and chains in some surprise moved out of the wreck age The lUmen and laborers gathere- around the foreman and followed him toward Sinclair Boys cried Sinclair wovo got a now superintendent a college guy You know what they are the com pany has tried em before They draw tho salaries and we do the work This one down here now is making his llttlo kick about tho few pickings w get out of our jobs You can go bac to your work or you can stand righ- here with me till wo get our rights WhatHalf a dozen men began talking at once Tho derrlckman from below rl hatchet faced wiper with the visor of a greasy cap cocked over his ear stuck his head between the upright and called out shrilly Whats er matter Murray and a tow men laughed Barney bad deserted the mules Dancing and Young with small regard for loss or damage wore emptying the wagon like deckhands for In a fight such as now appeared Imminent possession of the goods oven on tho ground seemed vital to prestige McCloud waited only long enough to assure the emptying of the wagon and then followed Sinclair to where he bad assembled his men Sinclair put your men back to work Not till wo know just how wo stand Sinclair answered Insolently Ho continued to speak but McCloud turned to tho men Boys go back to your work Your boss and I can set tie our own differences Ill see tbat you loso nothing by working hard And youll sep wo make nothing wont you suggested Karg Ill see that every man in tho crop- gets twice what Is coming to himaU oxcept you Karg I discharges you now Sinclair will lOU go back to work 7 Not Then take your tuna Any men that want to go back to work tuay step over to tho switch added Mc Cloud Not aman moved Slcrab and Karg smiled at each other and with no ap parent cmbarriesmont UcCIourt him nnnn self trilled I Ute to see men loyal to their bosses he said goodnatured ly I wouldnt give much for a man that wonhSat stick to his boss If be thought him right Bet a question has come up here boys that must be set tled once fer alL This wreckloolHig on the mountain division Is going to stop right hueat this particular wreck Oa that point there is no room for discussion Now any man that agrees with me on that mAUer may step over here and 111 discuss with him any other grievance If what I say abort looting Is a grievance It cant be discussed Is there any man that wants to come over No man stirred SUcUlr youve got good men continued McCloud unmoved You are leading them into pretty deep wa ter Theres a chance yet for you to get them out of serious trouble if you think as much of them as they do of you Will you advise thorn to go back to workall except KnrrT Sinclair glared In high humor Oh I couldnt do that Im discharged he protested bowing low I dont want to be overhasty returned McCloud This is a serious business as you know better than 1 they do and there will never bo as good a time to fix It up as now There la a chance for you I say Sin clair to take bold If you want to nowWhy Ill take hold if youll take your nose out of my business and agree to keep it out Is there any man hero that wants to go back to work for the company continued McCloud evenly It was one man against 30 McCloud saw there was not tho shadow of a chance to win tho strikers over This lets all of you out you understand boys ho added and you can never work again for tho company on this division if dont take bold now eBoys exclaimed Sinclair better humored every moment Ill guaran tee you work on this division when all the fresh superintendents aro run out of the country and 111 lay this matter before Bucks himself and dont you forget it- You will have a chilly job of It interposed McCloud So will you my hearty before you reksboys The disaffected men drew off The oneground stood deserted on the hill toaide and the mules drooped in tho heat Dill Dancing a giant and a dangerous one stood lone guard over tho loot and Young had been called over by McCloud How many men hue you got with you Recdr Eleven How tang will It take them to clean this mess with what help we can trun in this afternoon Young studied the prospect before replying Theyre green at this sort berfussing hero till tomorrow noon Im afraid perhaps till tomorrow night Mr McCloud That wont del The two men Thedsold McCloud reflectively Get your men here and bring a water bucket with you- McCloud walked down to tho en gine of tbo wrecking train and gave orders to tho train and engine crews The bet of the refrigerator cars had been rcrallcd and they wore pulled to YoungkbrandytThrow that tjrandy over tho wreck ago Roed Tho roadmaster started Burn tho wholo thing up eM Everything on tho track Bully I Its a shame to waste the liquor but Its Sinclairs fault Hero boys scatter this stuff where it will catch good and touch her off Every thing goes the whole pile Burn up everything thats orders If you can get a few rails hero now Ill give you a track by sundown Mr McCloud in spite of Sinclair and tho devil Tho remains of many cars lay In heaps along tbo curve and tho track men like firebugs ran in and out of them A tonguo of flame leaped from tho middle of a pile of stock cars In five minutes tho wreck was burning In ten minutes the flames woro crack ling fiercely then in anothor instant tho wreck burst into a conflagration that roso hissing and seething a hun dred feet straight up In tho air From wbero they stood Sinclairs men looked on Thoy were non plusod but their boss had not lost his nerve Ho walked back to McCloud Youro going to send us back to sailIMcCloud spoke amiably Not on your life Tako your personal stuff out of tho car and tell your men to take theirs then get off tho train and off the right of way Going to turn us looso on Red desert aro yowl asked Sinclair stcadly Youvo turned yourselves loose ltopassI Come to my offlco In Medicine Dead and III talk to you about It retained McCloud Impassively Well boys roared Sinclair going back 10 his followers wo cant ride on this road now But I want to tell you thems something to cat for everyone of you over at my place oa the CraillBg Stone and a place to sleep Dd something to drink bo added cursing McCloud onco more CHAPTER III Dlekile The wreckers drifting In the blaze of the sun across tbo broad alkali val Icy saw the smoke of the wreck flre behind them No breath of wind stirred It With the stillness of a sig nal column it rose thin and black and high In the air spread motionless like a huge umbrella above Smoky WIt creek Reed Young had gone with an engine to wire for recntorccmenti and McCloud active among the trackmen until the conflagration spent itself had retired to the shade of the hilL Reclining against a rock with his logs crossed he had clasped his bands behind his head and sat looking at the Iron writhing In the dying heat of the Ore The sound of hoofs aroused him and looking below bo saw a horsewoman reining up near his men at the wreck She rode an American horse thin and rangy and tho experienced way in which she checked him drew him back almost to his haunches But McClouds eyes wore fixed on tho slen der flguro of the rider Her boot flashed in the stirrup while she spoke to tho nearest man and her horse stretched his nock and nosed the brown alka11 grass that spread thinly along the road JlkeIunI pointedhimturning his way caught him with his openly away but McCloud rose and started She Was Something Like an Appar ition down tho hill Tho horses head was pulled up and there were signs of de stepsOnceriders head so turned that her even might have commanded ono Ing from his quarter yet approachIcatch no further gllmpso of A second surprise awaited I as she seemed about to rldo away sho cropped lightly from tho horse to the ground and ho saw how confident in tryhora greeting Sho could not ignore his hat held rather high above his head as ho approached but she gave him tho slightest nod In return ono that made no attempt to explain why she was there or whore she bad como fromPardon me ventured McCloud have you lost your ways thatheexpression of hoc eyes implied that lostbutsmoke and feared the brldgo was on fireSomething In her volco mado him almost sorry ho had intervened it sho stood In need of help of any sort It was not apparent and her gaze was confusingI Mr Sinclair is hero she said presently I am sorry to say ho Is no Ho usually has charge of the wrecks I think What a dreadful flro she murmured looking down the track Was It a passenger wreck She turned abruptly on McCloud to ask tbo question Her eyes Nero brown too ho saw and a doubt M sailed him Was sho pretty Only a freight wreck ha answered I thought If there were passengers ranchVeroFortunately nut And no ono was hurty Only u tramp We are burning the wreck to clear the track TO DtCONTINU1Dy MENi A TaxiGoverness and Doorman J Nurse Appear in Gbtham z They Keep Watch Over the Children andiApartment t Considerable Money tNew York Hero aro the newest servitors up to date tho taxlgover nee and tho doorman nursot q It isnt a joke either Of course attendtrunia rlook out for tho youngsters whose for tune it Is to dwell in tho big hotels J and apartment houses uptown In these fastidious days tho taxi i starter and tho doorman are features In front ot every wellregulated hotel and apartment that wants to bo strict ly to tho manner born Now they arent opening cab doors all the time and the parents who dwell upstairs know that And tho youngsters must play But tho great caravansaries have no playgrounds for the children Perforce they must go to tho street Thats where tho taxl starter and tho doorman comes In Its their job to leo that tho kiddies como to no Aharm Of course many of them haven governesses or their nurses but others have not Consequently the outside force ot the house Is pressed into service They are asked to watch t tho children oven to amuse thorn Borne ot tho taxicab starters and doormen have stated hours for each child or group of children They will wbegin immediately after breakfast with two or three and join In their little games and romping until tho f youngsters tiro and turn their atten tion to something else Then the men call up another mother and take her children for an hour At some of the apartment houses uptown where there are taxicAb stands or doormen the men are busy almost continuously until tbo children go to bed They have to keep an eye on the door but that doesnt prevent them from running up and down tho sidewalk playing tag and ball or Indulg ing In any of the other childrens pastimes Incidentally they make a neat little sum In tips every week from the doting parents At ono big apartment hotel on upper Broadway tho taxicab starter and One of the Nurses and His Charge doorman look after no loss than 25 children overt day in this manner The little ones whoso families are spending tho summer In town have regular hours when they can romp In front of the hotel with their big nurses The parents have implicit confidence in their guardians and leave the little fellows to bo amused for two or three hours at a time tenIeyes the doorman and taxicab starter Two dogltI while tho little girls are skipping rope or playing with their dollies For the children of tho rich who have to spend their summer or oven part ot it in tho city tho taxicab starters and doormen aro a boon Their parents Ilko it for they have a planif i cause It means satisfied patrons at a r season when patrons aro hard to get WingsRoanako from Montgomery county that a woman there has given birth to a child with wings instead of arms A Roanoko man who recently returned from a trip to that country In a wagon tells the story A young woman asked for a ride and was accommodated She related having just left a homo where a baby was born with feathered wings The young woman declared that she know tho truth of the statement laving seen tho child The 4baby she said made a noise like a Finds Mastodons Teeth on Farm Mount Holly N JFlndlng 22 largo teeth and making enough exca vations to satisfy him that the skull end other parts were there Jonathan 11 Kelsey n Pemberton lawyer believes that ho has discovered the remains of an extinct mastodon burled on tho Walter Antrim farm in Springfield township In reaching this con elusion ho has notified the New Jer cey Stato Geological society that all excayattoneLave v i STlTH Now That King Alfonso Has Raised Burnsides Other Rulers Might Improve Their Facial Appearance DROUGHT CAUSES GREAT LOSS PENNSYLVANIA SUFFERS FOR THE WANT OF RAIN Farmers Have a Tremendous Loss and Factories Are Closed Because of the Lack of Water Philadelphia Farmers in eastern Pennsylvania havo suffered enormous loss from drought this season Crops have been destroyed and there Las been no pasturage for stock It has been several months since the district has had a real rain A dispatch from York Pa says the big paper mill of P II Glatfelter Company at Spring Grove Pa has been compelled to suspend operations be cause of tho drought Tho works are operated by waterpower and opera tions will not be resumed until the wa ter supply Is replenished by a rain fall The dispatch adds that York county Is experiencing tho most serious drought within the memory of living persons Wells and springs in the county have gone dry and supplied of water for various boroughs ore becom ing exhausted The Schuylklll river Is at the low est point In its history and more than 1000 persons employed In the mills at Manayunk a suburb of this city are idle because of tho scarcity ot water A canal company which has control ot the water which flows over a dam at Manayunk has asked the mill owners to close down for a day or two In order that enough water may be accumu lated In Its canal to float to tidewater a number of barges loaded with coal St Joseph MoTho protracted drought in northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas has been broken However it came too late to save the late corn much ot which has been greatly damaged INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS Nathan StrausTells International Med ical Congress the Plague Is Rapidly Gaining Budapest Nathan Straus tho New York philanthropist who on Tuesday appealed to the International Medical congress to stop the spreading of dis ease that results from tho UPO of In fected milk Saturday submitted de tailed figures to that body to prove that tuberculosis Instead of being con quered Is on the Increase He cited the official vital statistics of New York city which was credited by Dr Robert Koch with leading the whole world In tho fight against tuber culosis Ho showed that the Increas ing skill ot the physicians In treating tuberculosis had reduced tho death rate from this disease In proportion to the population from 242 per 1000 In 1902 to 239 per 1000 in 1907 and 229 In 1908 but ho showed that tho number of deaths from tuberculosis in proportion to the total number of deaths from all causes led Increased from 1304 per cent in 1902 to 1390 in 1908 Monument to Indian Twin Lake lndThe eviction In 1838 of tho Menominee band of Potta wattomie Indians by tho government was commemorated Saturday by the unveiling ot a monument at this place which Is near the center of the former reservation from which the red men were so unjustly driven by soldiers This Is the seventyfirst anniversary ot the eviction and tho shaft was un veiled by a granddaughter of the lato Pottawnttomle chief Iokagon of Hartford Mich The monument con sists of a pedestal ot Barro granite ten feet high supporting a statue seven feet high of an Indian chieftain in ceremonial dress Leaves a 3000000 Estate Plttsburg Pa Frederick Gwlnnor Sr aged 77 years former president of tho Enterprise National bank a direr tor in several other institutions and one of tho foremost financiers ot this city died at his home after an Illness of a week death being caused by acute Indigestion Mr Gwlnntr was the first man to drive a horse car in Pttsburg and was heavily Interested In the old Plttsburg Allegheny Man chester Railways Company Ills fortune Is estimated at 3000 000 u NUNS FAIL TO SAVE SEVEN Children Perish In Orphanage Flames Despite Heroic Rescue of 750 Other Inmates New York Firemen making a casual In the buildings of st- Malachis Catholic orphan asylum Rockaway park over which the smoke of a dead fire was banging Tuesday camo upon the charred bodies of seven childrenNews of the discovery shocked the little community becauso it had been assumed that all the 760 or so of little ones who were In tho orphanage Mon day night had been saved by tho hero- Ism of the SIsters ot St Joseph and nearby residents- It was proved by the discovery that when the sisters ran to tho head of the lines formed for fire drill children In the rear ranks crazed with fear acted as do dumb brutes They plunged back into tho flames burrow- Ing under mattresses or getting behind doorsFive children had concealed them selves under mattresses and two hid beneath clothes In a closet All were suffocated physicians say before the flames reached thtjlr bodies VOLIVA A PRISONER IN JAIL Must Serve Six Months Unless He Pay 10000 Judgment for Llbel Woodstock Ill Still determined to remain a prisoner six months If necessary Wilbur Glenn Vollvn who since tho death ot John Alexan der Dowle has been general overseer at Zion City prepared to make him self comfortable In tho McIIenry county Jail The leader ot tho Dowleltes was arrested at his homo in Zion city and ho will have to servo MX months In jail or pay a judgment of 10000 rendered against him by Judge Rob err Wright In tho circuit court of Mo Henry county in favor of Phillip Moth erlll formerly n resident of Zion City but now a farmer in Montana The judgment was awarded In a suit for libel and slander that Motherlll first brought in the Lake county court a little over a year ago Ho contended that the Dow to leader had slandered him In a public address made to the Zion City congregation at a big tent meeting JAPAN COMMISSION LANDS Party of Thirty Oriental Come to Study Commercial Conditions In This Country Seattle WashAmong tbo passen gers on the steamship Minnesota which arrived from the orient Friday there wore 30 Japanese who have been sent over to study commerce and trade In tho United States Fifteen ot them are commissioners and 15 are commercial experts Tho party was met at tho dock by a number of promi nent railroad men and a throng of res- Ident Japanese The visitors will spend several days here and then will start on their tour of the country on a special train which they will occupy during the en tire trip Their itinerary has been ar ranged by James J Hill Auto Men Defy Death New York Despite tho seven trag edles of the recent motor races at Indianapolis and the two at Brighton Beach race track last week a statement from tho Motor Racing associa tion announces that i another 24hour speed carnival will be held at Brighton Bench this fall and that nine makers and dealers have promised to enter cars Father of ThirtyEight Is Dead Indiana Pa Thirtyeight children mourn the death of their father John W Miller aged 7C years who died at the county homo here where he lima been an Inmate for several years Mr Miller was married four times One wife survIves him Yellow Fever In Venezuela Washington Surgeon General Wy man of the marine hospital service was advised ot tho appearance of yal low fever at LaGuIra Venezuela The number of cases was not given rQUARTERLYREVIEW Sunday School Lenoa for Sept 19 1909 Specially Arranged for This Paper LKSSOV TEXTActs 15352117 GOLDEN TEXTSO mightily grew the word of God and prevalledActa 1320 Subject Travels with St Paul by Sea and Land There never was so much interest In missions among the people of this country as there is today About two years ago from the dote of this lesson one of our largest steamships filled with persons Inter ested in Sunday schools sailed for Rome to hold a convention there Three years before In 1904 another steamship was filled with delegates to a Worlds Sunday School convention In Jerusalem Both these great com panles stopped at mission stations learned about the needs of the mis sions and took up large contributions for them from the passengers whose interest was greatly awakened amounting to over 30000 A friend of mine is sending his son and wife on a two years tour among the Protestant missions of the world to make a thorough study of them All the great missionary societies are sending visiting delegates to their mission stations lie had made one journey before we join him We propose to stop at each city and recall the events the persons the stories and the special teachings which belong to it The Second Missionary Journey From Antioch to Asia Minor Europe returning through Jerusalem to An tloch again Extending from A D 50 to 53Acts 1536 1822 Antioch of Syria The first foreign missionary church Paul Barnabas Silas leading members For the city of Antioch seo lesson IV of the second quarter Why Paul took Silas In stead of Barnabas Land journey Paul alone going north through the Clllcian gates a pass In the great mountain range Then he turned westward Derbe The city farthest east in Pauls first Journey Lystra In Lycaonla Here Paul had healed a man and was stoned First journey Here Paul was joined by Silas v 4 they Instead of he In vs 13 Timothy became Pauls as sistantIconlumAn attempted assault on Paul church here Established in the faithAntloch In Pltldla Pauls sermon A church founded Paul expelled First journey Still by land They passed through Galatla to which the abovb cities prob ably belonged and through Phrygla to the northwest to Troas a Port on the Aegean Sear Pauls first visit here the visIon and Macedonian call Hero Paul Silas and Timothy were Joined by Luke v 10 we Instead of they Paul and Eutychus six years later Lesson X Troas and ancient Troy By sea to Nenpolls the port of Phil IppI By land to PhilippI Phlllppl Secular history Lydia The sibylline girl Imprisonment of Paul and Silas Paul delivered The Jailer converted Paul released by the magistrates The church at Philippi A letter of Pauls to the Phtllpplans By land toward the south Thessalonlca Ancient history Modern missionary station a church founded Riot by their enemies Paul seat forward Letter to the ThessalonIans Berea Bible study by the Bere ans Paul again assaulted From Turkish empire into Greece Athens Tho city The philosophers altar to the unknown God Paul on Mars hilt Few converts Corinth The city Paul here a year and six months a large church Two letters to them Aquila PrIs cilia Silas Timothy Apollos Galllo Clpse of work In second journey The Third Missionary Journey From Antioch through Asia Minor and Europe to Jerusalem Extend- Ing from A D 53 to 56 or 57Acts 18232117Asia Travel by land Paul revisited the churches hero Derbe Lystra Iconlum and Antioch of PI sId la as on the previous journey till ho came to Ephesus Ephesus The city The company ot disciples ot John the exorcists burning of the books of magic shrines of Diana the mob a flour ishing church the seven churches of Asia in this region letter to the Ephesians Paul Timothy ErastUR Oalus Arlstarchus Demetrius Sceva By sea to Macedonia Phlllppl Thessalonlca Berea By land to Greece Athens Cor- Inth three months The return By land to Phlllppl By sea to Troas Miletus down the coast turning eastward to Tyre Ptolemals Cesarea Jerusalem Events by the way At Miletus At Tyre At Cesarea What impressions does this general view make upon you as to the progress of the gospel How long since the day of Pentecost What impression does it make as to the character of Paul r How does it compare with modern missionsHow giving to missions and interest In missions broaden your character Does giving to missions and Interest in them lessen your in terest In Gods work right around ouT Do you give Do you wen what you give 1 1885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Dlaces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign countries Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing 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Knife takes the eyes of tho men and boys who see it Tho mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it yon ought to hav0I BKRIiA ATHUiTIC 1IKID I Where the football games take place this VII and the other potts In the Spring Teachers DepartmentH- ELPS HINTS PROBLEMS Prof C D Lewis and Prof Eo C Seale Editors TALKS WITH TEACHERSB- Y PROF C D UJWIS L Bcrea Ky August 3 190ft The best thought I have for my friends along the educational skir mish line this morning is keep cool It may seem too late for that ques tlon as the frost seems to be in the air these cool nights but I refer to no question of fresh breezes or light clothing What I wish to speak to you about Is the coolness of mind so essential to success in the school room The bad boys in schooland you notice I put the expression In quotations for I doubt it any of you have a really bad boy in your school iIs a splendid thermometer And how 1 tickles him when teacher begins to get hot It may mean a llck PROF c D LEWIS lug for him but what does he care for that so long as he can have some funThe hotness may come as the result of the class getting you In a corner In some class as a result of your not being thoroughly master of the lesson If you are ever caught in this shape keep cool tell the pupils you dont know but will find out and then never be found in that condition again It may be anoisy day when ev ery one seems to be fldglty Do not get nervous and talk loud your self and in that way make matters worse Just move slowly talk calmly and low take some story and sit down on the top of a desk and read for five or ten minutes Or letter if you are able tell them a for while you do that you can have your eyes on the children a great help if they are cool eyes tit may be that some boy is out of sorts and really wants to have a fuss with the teacher Here again keep cool or you will have to meet i him on his level Instead of yours and he may win Let me tell you a story now from my first years experience at Raga ged Ridge county One Mon day morning my largest boy a stout redheaded fellow of my size or larger came in a little late and took the wrong seat When I asked him to change I saw that he was out of sorts In some way not really himself He moved rather sullenly and soon began to eat chestnuts a thing I never allowed Knowing something was wrong with him I asked him in my quietest and most polite manner to stop He gave me a mean look stopped a few minutes and then began again I reminded him again still perfectly calmly got the same EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION Following Is the program ot the Jackson County Educational Division No2 to be held Saturday Sept 11 t Opening exercises Song by Audience Welcome Address By I UIong 3 Response Wm Cope 4 Memory How Trained Wm Dunigan 5 How to Arouse Enthusiasm B II Hotcomb 6 How many kinds of Attention Define each and tell how secured r By Lewis Ward 7 Song By Teachers 8 Oration ayIIf Long 1 look and a little later a change from chestnuts to hickory nuts By this time the school was looking for something to happen but it did not I went on with my work and very quietly studied my boy At recess I dismissed the school but asked Vergil to remain He snapped out that he wouldnt do It but I was down the aisle near him and he stayed When the others were out I went back to my seat and began to read and he began to eat and talk The talking was In an undertone but loud enough for me to hear and was every word aimed to make me angry but I kept cool Two minutes before call Ing the school In I said very softly You may go now Vergil He snap ped back I dont want to go I walked back to him with a magazine and said as I handed It to hlniIt you do not care to go you may enjoy looking at this By the time I reach ed my seat he had gone He came In a minute or two behind the others but sat down and began to study and kept at It all of that day and the next until noon a thing he had never enjoyed doing Still I watched The next day at noon he followed me across the road into the woods lie looked very sheepish but said noth ing more than answer my questions When almost back to the school house he said Mr Lewis I am awful sorry for the way I did yesterday I lay ed my hand on his shoulder and said That Is all right Vergll I knew you were out of sorts and scarcely knew what you were doing From that day on he was a differ ent boy In school and I think possi bly out I could have whipped him the first day but every stroke would have put more passion and rebellion Into him and made him worse I had won on a higher plane by studying my boy and by keeping cool Will you not try IU HARD PROBLEMS BV PROP B C SKAUi Following Is our problem for the week All subscribers may send in their solution and the best will be printed three weeks from this Issue Also the names of all sending In cor raOp1tc SKAUI rect solution will be printed Try your hand It is not so easy as It looksPRODLEMlIow many feet of inch board board measure will be required to make a cubical box complete with lid If the box contains one gallon liquid measure E C Seale The answer must be the exact num ber of board feet in the box not counting waste q Public Schools G M Moore Basket Dinner lo How to Teach Geography Grammar and Civil Governmen C D Smith it Teachers Influence In Building Character- In Pupils W K Jones- u Agricultural Interest and Public Improve ment mCope 13 How to Teach Arithmetic to beginners M S Simpson Committee on Program Lewis Ward W K Jones Wm Dunlgan Wm Cope Meet me at Boone Tavern is becom ing aBerea phrase t BIG COLLEGE BEST Continued from First Pagt FourthThero are better amuse moats The Lyceum Courco runs as it will In the winter and besides there are the best of out of door shorts football and tramping and picnics and all the fun of fall life No other term offers such a good timeAnd finally for the student who is going thru the year the Fall Tenn- Is the most Important In addition to all these things he gets a good start And wo all know what that means It will mean that he will only have to epdnd a erA small part of the year In getting under ways When the Winter Term begins he will be ready to make progress from the first dayhe will not have to spend any time In getting acquainted or catch- Ing up or anything he will be ready to go and GO fast Read these reasons over ngalnthey are all important If you are planning for an education you want to bo In school the Fall Term It you possibly can I IS IT WORTH WORKING FOR This Is one of those practical questions which Is sure at some time or other to come to every ambitious and energetic boy and girl and demand their attention and call for a decisive answer A word of suggestion from one who has had an experience with many young people and has seen the effects of the answers that may be made Is sometimes a help to a dealt ion and as such the following Is of feredNobody questions the value of an education up to a certain point But the time and the expense and the ef fort required to complete a college course Is often looked upon as too great to make it within reach and the question Is dismissed without serious thought But for the ambitious boy and his parents the question will not down so easily- It does take time and effort and money to obtain a College education but the cost is not to be compared with the advantages gained Many who have failed to secure it have lived to regret it but the man or the woman who has made the effort and Is sorry for it Is yet to be found This Is surely a presumption In favor of the College course The first benefit of the College course Is the education Itself The mental training and the knowledge which a well equipped college ia able to give is the most valuable capital in the life of a man or a woman It Is a capital which counts in life for places of leadership In all occu pations are open only to those who have mental training and breadth of knowledge and the demand for those able to take positions of leadership In various lines Is rapdly increasing For the lawyer the doctor and the minister the value and necessity ot- a college education has always been recognized The positions of leader flhlp are not now confined to these three profasslonb Men and women fitted to take positions of trust that demand a well trained mind and a breadth of knowledge greater than can be securedj In a common school course or an academy are being sought more and more We live In an age of remarkable development that calls for trained men as no age of past tImes has ever done The now methods of agriculture calls for men of training along scientific lines the organization ot business calls for men of trained mind able to meet emer gencies and to set things In motion The vast projeots In the lines of construction calls for trained men Never was there such activity Inroad building bothwagon and rail never was there such development of mines of various kinds as we find today and to do It all trained men are needed Attention to forestry ana Irrigation has raised a demand that Is not being filled and will constantly Increase Applied chemistry opens up tempting fields for those able to on ter them Various new lines In the application of electricity to human I I I A BltRKA STtDKNT OKOl I The kind of young people that It ts worth while having for friend there Iota of them here a affairs demand tho right kind of men- The public business of our communities states and nation are calling for trained moo as never before and the demand Is bound to increase as tho interests of the public come to be better understood and safeguarded The greater attention to matters ot human betterment in various lines ot social lIfe calls loudly for trained men trained not only in the technical side of their calling but trained In all that makos for manhood in its fullest sense Educational Institutions aro rapidly Increasing especially those of a high school grade and places of superintendency are open- Ing All of these lines of activity are open only to men ot trained minds having mastery of themselves power to set things going and gen eral knowledge such as can best be secured in a College course There are benefits however aside from the courses of study offered that are worthy ot consideration It is worth while to come into contact with the kind ot people that make up a College community To be associat ed for several years with the teachers who have been trained for their work have seen much of our country and its life who are Interested In help- Ing those who come to them is worth much to any boy or girl who wants to make the most ot lite And It Is worth much to come into contact with the student companions that one meets In the College They are the best and most ambitious from the communities out of which they have come and to enter into competition with such in tho various interests of student life tends to bring out the best In a man and to give him mastery over himself and a confidence dn himself and his ability to do things that alone Is worth all the effort and time It costs and cannot be tully realized until it Is tried And lastly the chances for secur- Ing a favorable opening In life are greater to the College student than to others The boy or the girl when confronted with the question of going to college generally thinks the opposite and perhaps settles down to u small kind of a life with little chance of advancement or ot great usefulness just because it was the thing nearest at hand The college man and woman is naturually brought Into such relationships and associations that places come to his notice that he never would have known The college man Is a marked man In his own community and may easily get openings that would not come tooth en He Is backed up in tho begin ning of his career by the institution to which he belongs and its Instruct ors and that means much for a right start In his student companionship he goes here and there learns ot this and that and finds the way open up as he never could conceive would open up when he started In with many misgivings and fears Tho time passes before It Is realized and the only regret Is that It la over so soon To the boy and girl considering this question perhaps the greatest obstacle Is the matter of expense and that looms up very large indeed Col egosj however do not exist for rich mens sons alone Their best services to the boy and girl who cant see the way It is not necessary to seethe way clear to tho end It Is good judgment for the right kind of a boy or girl to make a start If he can get enough ahead for the expenses of the first term The old adage that where there is a will there Is a way is never so true as in the getting of an education The ways open up that no one could foresee and this obstacle in reality becomes lone of the greatest sources of sue cess for the education Is appreciated all the more and the time in college Is spent to tho better advantage Berea College with Its splendid location at a strategic point In eastern Kentucky with its large range of op portunities suited to the needs of all with Its simplicity and sturdiness of life Is a good place to go for a college education and there is no way IB which the time could be spent to greater advantage The College is here and the young people aro here Now let us get together Eastern Kentucky has the boys and girls ot energy and ambition that need the Collegefor whom It is an opportuni ty and perhaps the only opportunity and the College wants the young people that it may help them to make the most of life It In not only your own best Interests that are to be considered but the duty to your com I munity and your state The better American citizenship calls for thor Toughly trained men and women and Is loud In our own state How are you going to decide tho question whether or not It Is worth while to take a college education I The reasonable rates at Boone Tavern are always a pleasant surprise DANGER OF POSTPONEMENT Some parents will be thinking this and next week of sending their child ren away to a good school for tho Fall Term A few will make tho mis take of tho foolish gardener who de loyedt gathering his ripened fruits in season thinking a few days mats would better suit his convenience The delay brought the convenience but lost tho gardener the highest marks price for his fruit There Is a tlmo to send the child oft to school for the first time It Is a critical time In tho family lift when one or another ot the flock U ready and ought to go away to school to prepare for a useful and efficient life work The tlmo to do a thing is when it needs to be done regardless af BejUlmonc or the poor excuses that may bo offered A delay may cost the child the ambition for an ed ucation the possibility ot u life charged with power and service may be denied Its rightful place among men and women of affairs by the carelessness and thotlcssneaa1 of par ents who put off until another time their duty toward their childrens education Thty most precious possession the sixteen year old boy or girl can have U tho opportunity to f to ochool When wisely used the time Is all too shortlot us bo spared any waste by delaysNothing so comfortable in Kentucky said a salesman of fifteen years state experience while stopping at Boone PUBLIC SALE We will offer for sale Wcdutwduy Sept 15 1009 at 10 oclock a m our farm containing 192 82100 acres situ ated onehalf mile from Kingston Madison County Kentucky on the Kingston and Berea turnpike This farm is one of tHe best Im proved farms in the countyunder I good fencing and In a high state ot cultivation It is well watered by numerous springs and ponds There is about one hundred acres in grass forty acres In meadow and the re mainder In cultivation Tho farm is located in one of tho best neighborhoods In Madison County onehalf mile from postottlce church and school house Rural routed the door A modern residence six rooms all necessary outbuildings I barn tool house cistern good garden and young orchard The right for fall seeding will bo given the purchaser with full posses sion January 1 191- 0tERMSonehalf of purchase price will be required when possession is given The remainder In twelve and eighteen months to bear Interest at thu rate of six pet annum until paid A lien will be retained on all the land until all the purchase money is paid Any one desiring to see tho farm or for further information call on or write J It Cox It F D No3 Richmond Ky or J B Farkes Kingston Ky M F Cox R W Boulware R F D No3 Richmond Ky W P Prowitt Auctioneer 1S Rt u College Items Go 0 o HERE AND THERE o j 0 00Prof J N Caifeo and Mr D 0 Bowman have returned from extension work in the mountains Prof and Mrs J W Dlnsmorf are attending Teachers Institute at Mt Vernon where tho Professor Ii Instructor Miss Ada Dlnklcman has returned from her vacation spent In Kennedy Heights Ohio Mr and Miss Burgess havo moved Into Dr Cowloys new houso on Pros poet StaClaude Anderson a last years stu dent was In town the first of the weekViola Click returned last week from a short vacation Prof and Mrs J W Dlnsmoro ato dinner at Boone Tavern Sunday They have just returned from tho North Among the places they visited is Thousand Hand Park Mrs R II Cowley returns today from Now York Her sister Mrs Chas KraAtz with her two children comes with her for n visit Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Min I nlch have returned from W Virginia to practice nursing in Ikres Their sister Rose came with them to bo In school Boone Tavern baths are mighty refresh ing after a days chase for business free 1 too Another prospective student who U In town is Mr John Marlott ot Ohio Prof and Mrs Goo N Ellis Inter Lamed fourteen ot their friends Fri day night at a banquet at Boone Tavern on the occasion ot tho thirtieth anniversary ot their marriage After the banquet a beautiful box of as ters and roses and three books Were presented to Mr and Mrs Ellis Those present were Mesdames Ellis Ru mold Marsh Osbome Todd flame Taylor Miss Ellis and Messrs Ellis Rumold Marsh Osborne Raine Cow ley Taylor and Ned Ellis O B Grlgsby a Normal graduate ot last year was In town the first of the week M M S POULTRY FENCEVcnr Clou Mesh tbrbld fape aaa aa cPM u alae asirWt YOURWODL1 HIDES FURS IGlastJIlIGOldeaSealYdlowRootdc are aDdCAlI do better for i merchar1IRefermte hippMSABE2- 29EIUrkitSL graam 1111f V3UISVILU KY t Me NNNo o oN e41e ele e o t o e NbleN a Berea and Vicinity i i o 0 o G GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Moleo SlosNese etlesoaOSololosoSosotoSotleSeloSos DR BEST DENTISTrt CITY PHONE 153 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE 4t L 4 N TIME TABLE NORTH BOUND t- Knoxvlllo 630 a m 1100 p m BEREA 129 po m 400 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 765 a m SOUTH BOUND Local Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p m BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m Knoxrlllo 700 p m 6U0 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 m Cincinnati 835 p m Sir and Mrs Taylor Muncy and little girl have removed from Ilyden to Boron Mr Muncy Is working in tho Woodwork Department of tho Colleges Mr and Mrs John Crawford and family of Rockcastlo County aro vIs Ring Mr and Mrs J J Mooro at Whites Station Miaq Nettle Oldham is attending Teachera Institute at Mt Vernon Mrs II Muncy Is Quito 111 It is feared she has typhoid favor FOR SALE Five fine shoats Henry Lcngfellner Miss Fannie Dowdcn has returned from her vacation spent at Paint Lick She will bo in school this fall Dr A E Thomson returns this week from tho North Ho will preach as usual next Sunday at the Union Church Boone Tavern dining rooma dandy place for banquets prices reasonable too Mrs Mary Shouse ci Shclbyvlllo li visiting her niece Mrs E B Wal I laceMiss Flora Click Is visiting at Mrs Henry Leugfollneri Mr and Mrs Ed Burnam of Lex- Ington visited Mn Mary White last SundayFOR SALE Small Soda Fountain in good condition Apply to J J Qrcenleaf Asolgnce Richmond Ky For the whitest and best flour In Borca call on R J Engle Mr and Mrs Joe E Adams and their baby returned from Boulder Colo last Saturday for a four or five weeks visit Friends hero of Will Swopo will be Interested in tho announcement in tho Lexington papers that ho will play this year with tho football team at St Marys College at Lebanon Mrs W G Best la visiting her parents this week Wo sell all kinds ot feed coal ice cedar and locust posts and best Quali ty sawed shfnglca at lowest prices on the market Phone 169 Holiday A Co Railroad St Berea Ky Mr Dan Bowman and wife and Es ther Gentry who have been visiting friends at Island CIty have returned ti town Earl Phillips has taken a place at the Porter Drug store whore ho la officiating at tho soda ountaln Mrs Eb Spink of Jacksonville HI arrived Wednesday to make an extended visit with her son M L Spink and family She was accompanied by her son Earl who Is on his way to Lexington where ho will attend school this year I was glad to see the Boone Tavern man with his rig at the station said a weary pilgrimconveyances meet every train day and night The teachers association of tho Second and Third Districts will meet at Kingston Sept 11 As tho committee on Program has failed to report teachers are requested to choose their own subjects tot discussion Owen Yates Chairman Mrs L K Flanery Seey A prodigy of nature has been brought Into town from tho farm of Cot Martin at Slate Lick It is a cabbage plant with fourteen heads and more coming as far ns could be seen There was a head In the axis of every leaf Prof Lewis has bot tled the thing for a curiosity 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 Write to A M Clark Boonea PathrV or call at this office rFour friends of Clare Canfield will among the now students this year J Miss Mary Hosklns nominee for Superintendent of Schools of Leslie County Is spending a few days In townMessrs Wright Kelley and Crockett Ely attended the fourth Quarterly Meeting at Bybootown Saturday and SundayArrangements have been made for tho laying of tho corner stone of the new Methodist Church tho 29th of this monthWANTEDChostnut cord wood cut in five foot iongths green or deaden Write Union Tanning Company Jelllco Tenn Tha Rev Carrier of the College mil circuit will speak at tho district school house Sunday night Mrs Emma Reeves and her three little girls left Berea Thursday morn Inc on the four oclock train for her home In Lexington Neb after five weeks visit with friends and relatives In town Miss Abble S Morrow arrived Tues day night lifter her vacation at her Memo home Claro Canfleld and family reached here Tuesday after their month In the NorthA Vlctrola concert will bo gives at the Chapel Friday night which I will bo well worth attending The VIctrola Is tho best ot all the talkj Ing machines and tho records to be given are unusually good They will Include a speech by W J Bryan on the tariff one by Pros Taft and music by the greatest modern masters Como and hear It at 730 Admission 1C and 10 cents I Lost AWatormansTFountaln Pen plain black Finder please return at Citizen office and receive reward Mr I K Davis has moved Into hIs new house on the alloy back of j tho Baptist Church and finds himself busy taking care of tho guests I Red Blngham was a visitor in town over Sunday FOR SALE House and lot in Berea Ky east end of Jackson St House is two stories has five rooms condljtlonnew cistern trees and outbuildings This is cheap at 1600 cash Write to H M Shouso Marksburg Ky Miss Molllo Wyatt mado a short visit here from Cincinnati last week Mr Bob Welch of Gray Hawk and his son were visiting in town last week I Boone Tavern combines luxury and common sense I Word has been received that Mrs Brandenburg and her baby are bet ter and they are expected back to town Thursday of this week A series of revivals will begin In the Baptist Church on Sept 15 and will continue for about fifteen days They will bo conducted by the pastor the Rev Mr Brandenburg and the- Re Dr W H Sledge of Louisville Dally meetings will bo held at 1030 a m and 730 p m with extra serv ices on Sundays All are cordially and earnestly Invited to attend Miss Grace Baker who had been visiting with Miss Margaret Wallace for the past week returned to her grandfathers homo at Wallaceton MondayMiss Stella Adams who is teaching at Orlando spent Saturday and Sun day with her mother and sister here Miss Bertha King returned Monday from a two weeks visit with friends in Cincinnati- S B Combs and family havo mov ed Into the house on Center St re cently occupied by A P Settle Miss Bottle Lewis is teaching Mr J W Van Winkles school this week at Red Lick while ho Is attending the Instltuto at Mt Vernon Mr James Dalton and family left tho first of the week for Oklahoma where they expect to make their homo for tho future I Miss Bessie McWhorter who is teaching at Wlldlo was at homo Sat urday and Sunday Tired of housekeeping A meal or two at Boone Tavern will rest you I Miss Lucile Holmes who wds the guest of her friend Miss Floy Blazer I for several days left for her home at Cincinnati last Tuesday- A party of seventeen young people enjoyed an outing to Brush Creek Caves last Saturday Mrs Margaret Ogg gave a very de lightful party last Saturday evening at the home of Mr Wm Shockley on Chestnut Ave In honor of her brother Mr Curtis Hudson who will soon return to Richmond Va to re j sums his studies at the medical col lego there About thirtyfive guests I wore present SHIELD BRAND CLOTHING The word Shield on collar or sleeve insures best material 1200 worth of high grade clothing must go Suits worth 15 going at 10 Suits worth 10 to ia going at 5 to 9 An immense stock of odd pants for all ages at 13 off Mens and cheapestinThe Largest and Best Selected Stock of Shoes at Less Price and highest quality to be found All kinds of Hosiery and Under wear for all ages Whitest and best patent flour at 700 per 24 lbs Best salt at toe for 100 lbs aoc coffee at 15c I sell Groceries Shoes Boots Hats Clothing Dress Goods A full store new goods If you have never been a customer come in and compare goods Our motto Small profits and quick sales Goods well bought are half sold I only mention a few of our many bargains Coupons given with each 1 purchase Coupons redeemed in presents selected by me The Golden Rule Store Re J Engle Berea Ky Mr Elmer Roberts of Lexington inspector for the Pure Food Commlsi slon was hero Saturday looking into local conditions Messrs A D Bradshaw and Urm ston LewIs left last week for Des Moines fowa to study Pharmacy for the coming year Tho Berea Public Schools began Monday with four teachers In charge Mr Will Blanton Misses Llllle Mc Whorter Etta Gay and Ruby Smith Miss Llnna Johnson returned last Thursday from her vacation with home folks at Pcnnlngton N J Mr Ras Todd and family are mov ing to their place in the country this week and Mr E B Wallace will occupy their house whllo they are away Never drank such coffee Isthe com mon verdict at Boone Tavern Clinton Early pleasantly entertained a number of his friends last Friday evening at his home on Chestnut Ave- i Punch icecream and cake were served as refreshments Mr E L Robinson and daughter Flora are visiting friends at Knoxville Tenn this week Mrs John Bales left Monday for Oklahoma whore she will mako an ex tended visit with her daughter Mrs Lucian Cad Misses Elizabeth Lewis and Grace Lester are camping this week on Robes Mountain Mrs Sherman Baker and children of Indiana are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Johnson of Blue LickMiss Speer Is being visited by her sister and little nephew liar nephew will enter school here the Fall term Misses Battle Roescho and Mary Golden who have been making an ex WUljleaohome In Carrollton Ky FOR SALE PRIVATELY j At my placo V miles from Borca on tho Kingston plkel pair mules 1 horse 1 milch cow 1 fat cow 4 yearling steers 5 hogs C ewes 1 steer calf 1 buggy 1 twohorse wagon and harness 1 turning plow 2 double shovel hoes forks and so on 175 bis corn 240 shocks fodder 6 hIs of old corn and rent my place for year 1910 Joe E Adams FOR SALEI am leaving Kentucky and will sell 74 acres good land on Wallaceton Pike good house and barn with water near the house and three good orchards Ellhu Bicknell 13t Paint Lick Ky I EASTERN KENTUCKY I Continued from lost page J tin visited her daughter Mrs Clel Young near Clear Creek on Saturday and Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT Vincent Sept aDry and cool Looks as If costs were nearT B Venable is in Clay county on bust nessMr J C Botner was in CIn- cinnati last week where ho bought a full line of fall and winter goods A good number of the Vincent and Travelers Rest boys were on Island Creek SundayJ B Scott has ac cepted a position as traveling sales man for the Sharp Milling company and Is now on the roadMr B B Dottier and wife were tho guests of Mrs Seiners grandfather Dr Glass of South Boonevlllo last Sunday Old uncle S M Cecil who has been confined to his room for some time is very poorly at this writing II H Malnous and W W Treadway havo Just returned from the north where they have been for some time visiting friends and relatives J G Rowlett The Citizen agent passed Saturday ItlCETOIVN Rlcetown Sept 4Tom Moyers of South Boonovllle was here last Satur day There was an apple cutting a Mrs Mary Gabbards Tuesday night John Abshear who taught school a Gabbard last year Is teaching this year at Hatton KyC B Gabbard has a fine lot of tobacco this year Ho has been harvesting this week The teachers association at Buffal- Creek last Saturday was well attend ed Harrison Mason and Miss Malln da Nobel were married Thursday af- ternoonBam Caywood dentist of TuesdayEwellIg Duff has moved back to this place and will run Joseph Bakers mill Noah Wood is visiting friends and rel atives in this neighborhood after hav ing been absent for several years Mlsser Nelle Brownlee and Nettle McQatflck who taught school on Cow Creek last winter have returned from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Pennsylvania and other states Miss Hattie Reynolds of Cow Creek also accompanied themJo seph Baker will move to Berea in a few days and put his ohlldren in school The Gabbard Post Office has been discontinued The same corres pondent will report tho news from Rlcetown There has been preaching at the new church house at tho head of Cow Creek during the past week by the Rov Harvey Johnson Quite a large number have been converted Robt Baker and Miss Mary Reynolds I My Young Sister writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss took my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at once TAKE CARDUII It Will Help You Last spring Mrs Hudson continues I was begantoam yearsEvery to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache and similar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES f l GOOD FALL PLANTING IS DONE WITH VULCAN PLOWS AND HOOSIER DRILLS Heres the place to get them Also we have all kinds of Farming Implements Guns and Ammunition Trunks Stoves Tools anda I Full Line of First Class HardwareJ PARKER SCOTT PHONE 192 BEREA KENTUCKY were married last Wednesday evening Hope the new couple a happy and prosperous life Lelcher Gabbard has returned homo from Berea He is at Buckhorn for a few daysMr and Mrs John Reynolds are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy last week Also Mr and Mrs John Combs a boyWo are glad to announce thru The Citizen of the nomination of Mr Ruthford Roberts of Leslie County to the office of County Attorney also of Mary Hosklns for County Su perintendent Both were former stu dents of Beret CollegeThe Repub lican convention held at the Cow Creek voting placo last Saturday for the purpose of nominating a mag istrate and constable resulted as fol lows For Magistrate A J Baker 41 J S McIntosh 13 For Consta ble Albert Combs 24 Sim Frost 20 ISLAND CITY Island City Sept aThe long con tinued dry weather has cut the crops shortRamey Clay who spent the summer in Oklahoma returned home Thursday Daniel Bowman his wife and Esther Gentry who have been visiting friends In this vicinity left for their home in Berea one day last week Walker Watkins a revenue man from Central City Charley Duty a revenue man from Louisville Wm Mays U S deputy marshall and G J Gentry and A B Bryant did a tine work last week They captured one moonshine still near Ida May and arrested two prisoners Mlllard Botner and James Price They also captured another still on Buffalo and got two prisoners Cole and Hardy They found another one on Whlto Oak on tho land of Elms Neeley but got no- prisonersD B Moore and R B Pet oftcattle for Richmond The Travelers Bluestmet near Blake The Blues gained the victory 13 to 9 Had a nice game Born to the wife of James Kelly a bouncing boyD B Moore is wearln aoten pound boyIf W Briggs has moved a grist mill near J C Gentrys store and is ready for business Al bert Bowman delivered an interesting sermon toa large crowd Sunday infanteof Wm Mays is quite ill at this writ IngWm Anderson received the nomination for magistrate in the Is land City precinct and T H Hurst In the Sturgeon precinct After so hard a struggle with the revenue men the moonshine stills are scarce in Owsley county TnA J LEnS REST Travelers Rest Sept GMr E C White is visiting home folks this weekCol Ben Botner has returned from an extended visit to Beattyvllle The Icecream supper given at Vin cent Saturday night was a success The baseball game at this place Sunday between Heldelburgs first team and the Travelers Rest Grays result ed in a score of 19 to 3 in favor of the Grays Mr S M Cecil Is very poorly at this writing Miss MattIe Tread way of Vincent was the guest of Miss Edessa White Saturday and Sun dayDr J D Herd has added a new veranda to his dwelling ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST nllANCn Locust Branch Sept GMr Ned McHone the general agent for The Citizen passed thru hero last week making collections and taking sub scriptions The Teachers Association ot Educational Division No 5 will be held Saturday September 25 at Parks school house The teachers are anticipating a good ttmeDr Creed dentist from Irvine is doing dental work in this locality Mrs Dr Best of Berea Is visiting her parepts at Combs this week Miss Llllle Kel ly who has been in Illinois since spring has returned homeH G Blcknell and wife went to Richmond today on business Apple cuttings I and bean strlnglngs are quite a fad in this neighborhood at presentWe aro sorry to learn that Bro Combs could not bo with us until October 15 But remember the date and come out to old Beaver Pond to church and let us have a good successful meeting The meeting will last about ten days The saw mill of D W Gentry is running at full blast The Wysbrood Mill Co will begin sawing this week The Incline machinery which they meant to bring the logs down the mountain with was not a success so they built a shoot and are shooting the loop over very rapidly There is a lot of ties being hauled from this place nowMr Sid White bought from Geo Gentry four fine steers for 11700 Mr White will graze them until Oct 1H G Blcknell bought of GUlesplo Shield a nice line of ready to wear clothing Boys come In and dress up LEE COUNTY LEIGIITON LeIghton Sept GWoare having some fine weather now It Is getting cool enough to have fires Typhoid fever is raging in this vicinity Misses Mattie Strong and sister will return to their home in Owsley County after a two weeks visit with their sister Mrs Rob Farmer The Rev Messrs Elisha Isaacs and Roberts held services at Mr Luther Splvys with one addition to the church There will be services held at the Old Orchard next Sunday conducted bye tho Rev Ellsha Isaacs and Mr Roberts Mr Harrison Griffin and wife were the guests of John D Griffin and wife Saturday night and SundayMr Neal Johnson and wife of Evelyn were tho guests of Jno McGuire Saturday night and Sunday MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston Sept GMIss Dora Hudson entertained a number of young people at her home Wednesday night among whom were Messrs Claude Todd Whit Moody Charley Powell Kilt and Chester Parks Joe Smith Tom Ballard and Jim Todd Misses Gertrude Todd Martha Pdwell Ella Ballard and Jessie Young Ice cream and cake were served and all report a fine tlmelfr and Mrs Summle White of Paint Lick visited relatives here last weekMr Jas Slurry has bought out his brother Hugh Murrys store at Roger vllle and Is going Into business there Mr and Mrs Geo Sparks visited at Lewis Sandlins last weekMrs John Bartley of Lexing ton Is the guest of Dr and Sirs Martin this week Mrs John Powell and Miss Suda Powell spent Monday with Mrs N G Sandlin In Richmond Bro Jennings of Louisville preached at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday as our pastor Wlllbolt was holding a revival meeting and couldnt be hereMessrs John Combs Roy Hudson and Miss Flossie Baker spent Sunday evening with Martha Powell Mr W M Sparks and Dillard Durham of Jackson County visited relatives here the last of the week UAUTS Harts Sept GRoUle Davis is con templating selling out and going to Illinois for his health Miss Martha McQueen went to Whites Station the first of the week after her grandmother While going over Scaffold Cane hill Friday Katherine Lake lost a red shawl It wasnt very valuable only a keepsake lof her mother Will the finder please leave It at the home of J W Lake Quite a number of young people attended the picnic at East Pinnacle SundaThe Rev John Brewer who has been so seriously sick is improving slowl- yStudents Need THE TEN YEAR PEN Fills Itself Cleans Itself Always Writes Never Scratches l Never Leaks t 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and benighted than generally represented Tho appearance of the prince of Wales as a contestant for the Amen cas cup would possibly leave Sir Thomas Lipton without occupation Motorltis may not be classified among the diseases to which human ity Is subject but it is raging as much as the orthodox one and is quite as fatal as any- Atlantic I F City Insists that the ar fists who model beach sand Into statues I of Venus shall hereafter drape their productions A Venus rising from tho sea foam with clothes on would bave made Praxiteles go and Jump oft the dock Automobiles are a necessity of mod ern life and their general use ought to be encouraged but there Is no rea son why they should Dot be used with due regard to the rights of nonusers Who are an overwhelming majority of the public Those who have at heart the progress of automobiling as an In dustry a sport or a means of trans portatlon will find it to their interest to suppress the many reckless drlv ers who bring their own occupation into disrepute The athletic girl and the baseball bat make n combination which like the great American game itself is bard to beat A burglar out In Seattle Wash found that out While en gaged in the interesting occupation of burgling tho home of a resident of that city he encountered the girl and the big stick The result was the knocking out of tho burglar who dropped several thousand dollars worth of plunder and was glad to es cape without broken bones An interesting outcome of LI Sum Lings visit to Pekln is the formation of a China American Friends associa tion The modern tendencies of tho Celestial empire are Illustrated by the fact that this movement was the cul mination of a banquet given to the Hongkong newspaper proprietor by leading Chinese Journalists They with many officials listened with ap predation to tho story of their guests experiences in the United States and toasted President Taft as a warm friend of their country President Northrop of tho Unlver sity of Minnesota probably would not I feel qualified to enter a Marathon race But he has shown himself pos sessed of good jjuallties as a sprinter even at CS years of age lIe saw two students smoking on the campus and as that was against tho rules the president started toward tho young men to admonish them The offend ers took to their heels and the pres- Ident took after them What was more he caught them and gave it to them good and proper Perhaps if the experiments in mak ing paper OUt of cotton stalks and C corn htalka are successful the idea I will Occur to some Inventive genius l of muklng paper uut of weeds t 3 THE QUEST FOR THE NORTH POLE Story of the Search That Baffled Dar ing Explorers for Centuries Records of Peary Nan sen and Others Who Sought Magic PointJ IllFated Attempt of Balloonist Andree The name of Dr Frederick A Cook the intrepid American explorer will go down in history as having solved a problem that has baffled the most daring spirits for centuries past His successful feat in locating the long sought north pole is considered all the more remarkable because of the fact that in the final dash he was the only white man in the party having been accompanied only by two hardy Es klmos The search for the north pole is an and His on Dash for the PoleI undertaking that has attracted many adventurous spirits since the middle of the nineteenth century and for hundreds of years before that Intrepid European explorers had been sacri ficing and limb in an endeavor to find a northwest or northeast passage through the ice fields to the wealth of the orient The best previous record to Dr Cooks reported final triumph was that of Capt Robert E Peary who on April 26 1906 reached a lltltude of 87 degrees 6 minutes north or a station within 200 statute miles of the pole This was Pearys third attempt to reach the much sought spot and he now is at Etah on the west coast of Greenland for his fourth dash Into the northern Ice fields Peary started on his sledge Jour ney over the ice field about three weeks earlier in the seasonFebruary 28 1906 to be exact Peary left land at Point Moss Peary had 21 Eskimos and 120 dogs He divided his party Into several divisions his idea being to keep In touch through these differ ent divisions with abase of supplies Peary found the sledging for the first 80 miles from land rough and progress slowSix Days Travel Without Sun He had his first glimpse of the sun six days after he had started As the party got further from land however the sledging Improved but the leads or openings In the Ice became more frequent On the sixth day out at 84 degrees 38 minutes north Peary and his party struck a lead that held them up for nearly a week They finally got across over a twomile stretch of young ice Then they were held up for six days more by a terrific wind and snow storm When they were ready to resume their march pole ward they found they had been carried 70 miles to the eastward by trIO floe Capt Peary sent two Eskimos back to establish with the di visions behind The Eskimos returned after three days and reported that they found only open water Peary could no longer depend on his support ing parties and he made up his mind that a quick dash for the polo was his only hope Ho abandoned everything that wasnt absolutely necessary and start ed his men trotting behind him in Indian file In ten hours they made 30 miles As Peary advanced he Route Taken by Cook and Various Points Reached by Polar Explorers found the character of the Ice Im proved the floes much larger and the leads narrower but increased in num berslie noticed also that all the cracks In the Ice were at right angles to their course and that tho ico on the northern sldo of the cracks moved much more rapidly than that on the south ernTho dogs began to glvo out under the strain and as they dropped Peary fed them to the surviving animals lie pushed on until March 21 when be looked at his worn out dogs and al most empty sledges and decided to turn back- I thanked Qod said ho later with as good grace as possible for what I had been able to accomplish although it was but an empty bauble I Commander Peary Dogs His Latest life I preparing connections compared with the splendid Jewel for which I was straining my life Peary Plants Flag In Ice Peary planted a flag on tho highest plnmftle of the Ice field and left a bottle containing a record of his ex petition On the return trip an Ice bridge spanning a lead gave way with the Peary party and set them adrift on a floe They were carried east steadily for five days until they were obliged to use their sledges for fuel and some of the dogs for food They finally succeeded In crossing tho lead on young ice which sagged with every step On May 12 Peary and his com rades landed on tho north coast of Greenland and there met one of the supporting divisions which also had drifted to the land on an ice floe Until Pearys third attempt the duke of the Abruzzls expedition held the record In the struggle to gain the pole On March 22 1900 the duke and his party were at a latitude of 86 degrees 33 minutes north Unlike Peary and Dr Cook the dukes party made their attempt wl h sledges from the north shore of Franz Josef land establishing the base of supplies there When they started out they figured they would have to make 480 miles in 45 daysCertainly said Capt Cagnl who was with the duke on the expedition It seemed overbold even to ourselves to count upon a dally march of more than ten miles After the dukes party got under way they found actually that they made less than ten miles a day al though those figures were exceeded a little on the march back Tho duke of the Abruzzls party started north from Franz Josef land February 26 They encountered violent winds and bitter cold On March 22 three men were sent back to estab lish communication with tho base of supplies They never more were seen It was on May 11 that the dukes party reached the latitude 86 degrees and 33 minutes There two cylinders containing a record of the expedition WJcre left The party did not get back to Teplltz bay until June 22 Nansen One of the Hardiest Dr Frldtjof Nansen ranks with the duko of tho Abruzzl and Peary as a pOle hunter Ho made a record of 86 degrees and 14 minutes on April 7 i95 He started out with his good ship Tram from the northern coast of Fin land Ills waa the novel scheme of being carried In the Ice floe to the pole His vessel entered tho floe on September 22 but the drift carried it toward Spitzbergen rather than toward tho pole Dr Nansen decided that he would have to leave the ship and make a trial with sledges Ho left the Tram and with 28 dogs three Eskimos and two skin canoes started out over the Ice on March 13 1895 In 17 days ho had reached a latitude of 86 degrees and 14 minutes north At that time this was 170 geographical miles further north than the best previous record made by Lockwood back In 1882 Nansen was 261 statute miles from the polo equal to the distance front New York city to tho southern boun dary of the White mountains Nausea had many hardships In getting back Ho lived for ten months In a house built of stones with a walrus hide root and tho whole burled In snow CapoIshad spent two years In Franz Josef lIe arrived at Vardo whence he had sailed on August 13 190G About a week later his ship Tram which had been carried for years In the ice floes reached the same port The Norsemen probably were the first Europeans to visit tho arctic re gions and Greeland The struggles to find a short cut to tho riches of tho far east were more productive of ad ventures and loss of life than the later day dashes for tho pole Sir Hugh Willoughby sailed In 1GC3 for tho search and discovery of north ern parts of the world lIe discovered Nova Zembla but starved with most of his men In Lapland on tbo return voyage Frobisher In 1576 and Davis In 1GGS made voyages to Greenland and the north coast of America Henry Hud son In 1607 reached latitude 73 degrees on the eastern coast of Green land and added to the knowledge of Spltzbergen which was discovered by a Dutchman William Barents In 15S5 Through tho seventeenth and clgth eenth centuries more and more knowledge of the arctic was gained and In 1707 Capt Gilles made a voy ago far to the eastward along the shore of Greenland and saw high Jand which since has been Glllcs land In the latitude of 80 degrees north American Takes Whalers Record Capt Scoresby In command of a whaler succeeded in advancing his ship tho Resolution as far north as 81 degrees 12 minutes 42 seconds In 1806 This was the record until Llout Edward Iarry an American reached latutude 82 degrees 45 minutes in an attempted dash for the pole from the northern coast of Spltzenberg in 1827 The III fated expedition of tho Eng lish admiral Sir John Franklin Indi rectly was responsible for much valuable arctic exploration Sir John shlp8Inorthward passage Tho ships were ofIutes No great anxiety was felt In England until 1848 and in that and succeeding years expedition after ex pedition was sent out to search for tho missing Sir John and his crews Rescue Efforts Add to Knowledge- In all about 15 rescue expeditions set out from England and America between the years 1848 and 1854 nnd each added to tho general fund of arc tic geography Finally traces ot the missing ships and crews were discov ered through Eskimos and In 1859 three sledging parties from Sir Leo pold McClIntocks relief expedition die covered all along the west and south coast of King Williams island the remains of articles and skeletons that told the story of tho disaster- A record was discovered In a cairn at Point Victory which briefly told the history of the expedition up to April 251S43 The record tolls the talo of Franklins death and the beginning qt the end In these words April 25 1848 II M ships Terror and Erebus were deserted on April 22 five leagues northnorthwest of this having been beset since September 12 1846 The officers nnd crew consisting of 105 souls under the command of Capt F It M Crazier landed hero In latitude 69 degrees 41 minutes Sir John Franklin died Juno 11 1847 and the total loss by deaths In the expedition has been to this dato nine officers and 15 men- The disaster which overtook Sir John led to tho discovery of 7000 miles of coast line Among the ex pcdltlones which started out from America as a result of the Interest aroused were those of Do Haven and Griffith 1850 and of Dr Kane In 1863 and later of Dr Hayes and Hall Andree Only Serious Balloonist The only really serious balloon at tempt that ever has been made to reach the polo was that of Andree a Norwelglan and that probably has ended fatally Andrea started from Danes Island Spltzbcrgen on July 11 1897 In the balloon with him were D S T Strlndberg and Herr Fraeuckell Ills balloon was 67 feet In diameter with a capacity of 170000 cubic feet lie estimated that he would reach the polo In six days provided a favor able and constant wind was blowing Two days after ho departed a message was received from Andree by carrier pigeon The message said that at noon July 12 they were In latitude 822 degrees and longitude 165 degrees east and making good progress to the cast ten degrees southern- A year later Eskimos brought Into Hudson bay pieces of cordage and basket work which nro supposed to have belonged to tho Andrea balloon Several expeditions have been sent In search of him without result Costly Foundations The cost of foundations for new buildings In Now York runs at times into very high figures says tho Scion tific American Tho contract for the foundation work of the new 25story municipal building to be erected at the Drooklyn bridge entrance has Just been let to tho Foundation company for 1443147 Tho caissons must bo carried down below the subway sta tion to rock which lies In places 80 feet below street level RECORDS OF THE MOST FAMOUS ATTEMPTS TO REACH NORTH POLE WESTERN HEMISPHERE Latitude Year ExplorerDeg Min 1587 John Davis 12 1616 William Baffin t 77 45 1827Capt Ross i iSi 35 184GSlr John Franklin v 78 1864E K Kane L 10 1871C F nail r 12 11 18760 S Nares iui83 21 1879De Long s i F77 1G 1883A W Greelyk x83 24 1900 Robert E Peary 83 50 1902 Robert E Penry i 64 17 1900 Robert E Peary 4 87 06 rr EASTERN HEMISPHERE 1 l y 1594 William Barents VVV 77 20 1596 Rup Hoemskerck r e 79 49 1607 Henry Hudson 80 23 1806 William Scoresby x SL 30 1827V E Parry 82 46 1868Nordouskioldr x 81 42 1874 Julius Pnyer 81 OG 1890 Frederick Jackson 81 20 1S96 Frlthjof Nansen 8G 14 1899 Walter Wcllman fr 83 00 1900 Duko of Abruzzl f 86 34 1905 Anthony FJala jMUMtu r 824 00 1907 Walter Weliman Mt 4 Halted by storm 1909 Walter Weliman I Failed balloon exploded w STATE HAPPEN I N aSy News of General Interest In a Summarized Form f BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS Crowd Estimated at Between 30000 and 60000 Attends Big Jeffenonlan 1 Barbecue Given by Democrat of 7 Loulavllle Louisville yDetweeu 50000 and F 60000 attended the JefTcr fcralllamb and shoat For nearly three hours tho vast multitude was fed While they wero eating and drinking there were four different points on th v grounds where prominent democratic orators from Kentucky Indiana ant elsewhere were pouring forth demo erotic doctrine with all tho vigor that their tongues could command Ir ad dition not less than 10 brass bands were making music and all the limo hundreds of democrats flUm Loulsvill were circulating among the party lead ers and voters from the state tolling them that It was necessary for th democracy of tho state to make the fight of the Louisville democracy its fight and to leave no stone unturned In an effort to rout the republican party here WILL DISTRIBUTE 900000 it Burley Tobacco Society to Divide 80 Per Cent of 10 Per Cent Reserve of 1907 Crop Winchester KyTho district board of the Burley Tobacco Society voturt to distribute among growers having tobacco In the last pool SO per cent ofct the 10 per cent reserve of tbo 1001 crop This means tho Immediate dis tribution of approximately 900000 i Heretofore 10 per cent of this reserveh had been returned to tho conitlca fur expenses or direct payment to the growers where expenses had been paid by the counties and tho present action makes 09 per cent ot tho proceeds of the solo of the 1907 tobacco that has been paid to those In the pool The remaining 1 per cent is reserved as n fund to meet expenses or possible eon tingencies and subject to final distri bution when not drawn upon All save 1 per cent of tho proceeds for the 1904 crop had already been paid to the K growers Tho society is suing the independent tmanufacturers who bought 1200 hogsheads of pooled tobirco nail failed to take the same necessitating resale for 212000 which will belong to members of tbo last pool SAYS IT IS A MONOPOLY Suit Filed In Covington Against Our ley Tobacco Society In Sum of 13552040 Covington KyA now tobacco war was begun In the federal court here when Clark Scott of Scranton Pa through Attorneys Outcalt and Illckonlooper filed suit against the Burley Tobacco Society alleging 135 52040 damages Tho defendants named In the action are Clarence Jcbus thu president of tho society Stanley VSprewlt 0 W McMillan R II Thom as C S Williams C C Patrick J IL rDrown G A Ilrooks J C Hughes nod N J Stroube They nnd others tbs petition asserts conspired with tobac co growers In Kentucky and Ohio to control the white burley tobacco in the United States The paper sets out that the hurley society Is a monopoly and It Is alleged organized In restraint of trade The action is filed under the antitrust law- Henderson KyThe will of John 1 TI unmet capitalist financier and to bacconist was probated here It dis Wiposes ot an estate valued at About 800000 There are only IAVO heirs Mrs Mary B Reddens of 8L Joseph Mo and Mrs Augusta ISarret daugh hers of the deceased LouisvilleKyBen S Washer tar merly managing editor of tho Louis vlllo Herald who gave up his Journal istic work In Loulsvlllo to take uji active practice at the bar was com plimented by Judge McGee with n tern porary appointment as prosecuting nt torney Lexington l yAn ofllclal call for a mass convention Saturday Sentem her 4 In the various magisterial die tricts by tho promoters of the fusion ticket to namo the candidates for mag istrates and constables was issued Louisville Ky Masonic rites worD observed at the funeral of liar AI phonzo V Slzomore scholar linguist and theologian which took place here Dr Slzomoro was ono of tho best known Baptist ministers of the states Lexington Kyrol W P Walton cne of tho best known of Kentucky Journalists who a few months ago told to former Gov Beckham the Frankfort Slate Journal has purchased the controlling Interest In the Ken tucky Evening Gazette I Henderson KyShtn Revenue Arlllt E C Huntsman filed suit In the county court hero against the header son National bnhk for stato and county taxes alleged to bo due on Its shares of capital stock of 250000 for the year j00 COOK TELLS STORY DISCOVERYMAmerican Explorer Confirms Report of the Discovery of the North Pole After Months of Hardship Copenhagen A very completo con firmation from Dr Cook himself that ho had succeeded lu reaching tho north j polo has dono much to dispel the uncertainty created by tho first dig patches Full details of tho expedl tlon aro expected when Dr Cook reaches thiS city nndcs polo as a mark that this romarkablo achievement be longs to an American S Dr Cooks Own Story ParlM Tho Paris edition of tho Now York Horald publishes a signed statement from Dr Frederick A Cook which la doted liana Egcdo Lerwlck Wednesday on his discovery of the north polo nnd Ida experiences in the Arctic regions H After a prolonged flghit with tam ine and frost says Dr Cook wo have at last succeeded In reaching the nnJItaa been explored and big game haunts located which will delight sportsmen and extend the Esqulmlux horizonLand has been discovered on which rest Ute earths northernmost rocks A triangle of 30000 sqitaro miles has been cut out ot tho terrestrial un JOHN R BRADLEY Man Who Financed Cook Success ful Exploration Expedition known Tho expedition wad tho outcome of a summer crulie In the Arctic soap on tlio schooner Bradley which arrived at the limits of navi gation in Smith Sound late In August 1907 Describes Arrival at Pole After telling of tho experiences of himself and Esquimaux guides Dr Cook says On April 21 wo had reached 89 degrees 59 minutes 46 seconds The I Pole Polo was In sight Wo covered the remaining 14 seconds and made few final observations I told Etuklahook and Ahwclsh tho accompanying Es that wo had reached tho green nail Everywhere we turned was Fouth With n single step could pass from side of tho earth to the other from midday to At last the flag floated to tho breezes at tlio pole Jf was April 21 190S Tho tempera taro was minus 38 centigrade barom HISTORY OF SEARCH FOR POLE Recent Notable Expeditions Auguat IS lowWalter Wellman Amer alrhlpdlaabled EoPooryIn polar regions Made previous record of aj miles from pole September 1 1005 Cnpt Ronald Amund voyagethroughHerschel island expeditionperish 100J Erlcknon Dane teaches Saunders island Rescued In dettltute condition 1903 Anthony Plata American beau Abruzzl record Rescued after hard ships turnIlackLive Sacrificed for Discovery Year Explorer Lost IaBlr nicltard Wllloughbr Q- liSIHlchiird Chancellor 8 l7SHlr Martin Krobliher 40 tUOpt Davis 1- 11II1lIarnlll 3- 5ISWJohn Knight Hudson 1- CUlsfilr Thomas Hutton 14 1619Jens Munk GI 1631 Thomas James 11 text tula of Jar Mnyen Settlers i ICM lilr of Jan JIayen Settlers 7- 1615Dealltteft l 70 171 Jnmcs Knight M- ITWUerlns 10 I7SJ Irontchlstohelt S- ITUUsslnlus H I13Charlton IoptllrI1742Iierlng 3- 11i7IIord Mul ave S I7capt Cook 4 ISU 1arry first voyage II UlBFranklln tint voyage Z 1121 Parry second voyage 7 UJoranklln second voyage 4 IK3 Iotm UOM 4 JISISPrankllnIU1J C Ross search expedition 1 1119 North Star expedition 6 tmPlover and Herald I IsS IUa G ISMKnrm expedition J ISfInane Hayes 1 IW Hall first voyage Z IKt llatl second voyage S linyHall last voyage ISTJPegetthoff 2 ITOH Smith 3 IS7S English expedition 4 ItTiJranmttte De Long 1IMlOrteley 20 l CAndre balloon s JXHnaron Tall Total 773 titer 2983 latitude 90 as for thu longtltudo it was nothing as it was but a word Oil April 23 wo started on our return Amu den Is Pleased Chrlstlanla Capt RoaU Amund tho Norwegian Arctic explorer Will Interviewed hero on Dr Cooks triumph Dr Cook was my partner on thb Bclglca expedition as physician ho sad and all on board appreciated highly his experience and his ability Ills was an uncommonly staunch per Euvcring and energetic personality and I admire him Tho route chosen by Dr Cook presented unusually dim I DR FREDERICK A COOK I I American Explorer Who Discovered the North I a quimaux wo one midnight P- 1037henry srn cult problems this was proved by Commander Pearya experiences The possible results from Dr Cooks achievement will have no influence on my proJeoted expedition I am not platting to reach tho point ct tho polo My trip will bo for ocenno graphic investigation It would be highly Interesting and Important to know It Dr Cook found a continent around tho polo But ho was of no cessity limited to more visual Imprw stons MINERS DISPUTE IS SETTLED MEN GAIN CONCESSION CONCERN ING USE OF POWDER Lewis Bring About an Agreement and Ignores Leaders In the Pitts burg District Plttsburg Pa The dispute be twcen tho miners and operators of Hie Plttsburg district affecting 18000 men 7000 of whom have been on a strike for over a week was settled at a conference between the operators and the national executive board mom hors of the United Mine Workers of America with National President Thomas L Lewis of tho organization- A notice was posted In all tho mines in this district telling the miners that tho recent order of the coal companies that black powder must bo used in mining coal Is rescinded for the pres entTo secure this concession on tho part of the operators President Lowls appointed a committee from the minor organization which went to Wllkesbarro today to confer with Chief Mine Inspector James E Rod erlck of Pennsylvania asking that a thorough Investigation of the use of bytheThe state authorities ordered tho use of this powder but the miners contend that It shatters the coal to such an extent that their earnings are greatly decreased The district officials of the miners union took no part In the conference owing to tho differences existing between them and thte national board Another victory was recorded by the Schoenvllle strikers when It was re ported that the members of the Broth erhood of Railway Trainmen employed on the Plttsburg Fort Wayne Chlca go railroad had refused to bring any more strikebreakers to tho Pressed Steel Car Companys plant- A committee representing the train headquarlersconference Chairman Wise ot the strikers executive committee stated positively that no more Imported men will be transported over the Fort Wayne route- WARSHIPS SAIL FOR JAPAN Fleet of Eight Mighty Armored Crull era Start from Frisco on a Peace Mission San Francisco Another peace fleet Is on its way across the Pacific on a trip that will occupy more than five months Its objective point Is Yokohama and Its purposes are wholly friendlyThe fleet is made up of the eight armored cruisers Tennessee Call forma South Dakota Washington West Virginia Colorado Maryland and Pennsylvania They sailed from here Sunday and according to tho navy departments schedule of their 28000 mile Journey after making several side trips to Chinese and Japanese ports the whole squadrop will reassemble at Yokohama and will sail for home January 19 1910 UNCLE SAM HITS LIARS Collector Loeb Teaches Returning Tourists That Honesty It the BOlt Policy New YorkCollector of the Port William Loeb Jr has determined to teach a lot of people who tell petty lies to Uncle Sam that honesty Is the best policy Tho customs law allows a passon ger to bring In dutiable goods to the value of 100 free provided the arti cles are set forth In declarations but many persons have been found guilty of falling to declare these little things Hitherto they have gono unpunished but n scoro or more of passengers wero taken to the customs house Mon day anti made to pay duty on prop erty which If they had not attempted to conceal It would have been admit ted free Noted Lawyer a Suicide Cleveland ORoger M Lee 60 years old an attorney who was formerly a member of the faculty of tho Western Resorve Law School commit ted suicide Thursday by shooting him self in the head Ill health is supposed to have caused tho deed Recently Leo made a trip to Georgia In tho hopo that his health would lie Improved by a change In climate but he was disappointed He went Into a garage at his home nnd killed him self Members of his family heard the shot and went to his assistance River Rises Suddenly Columbus Ga River men here are mystified at tho sudden rise of tho Chattuhoocheo river Although this Immediate section Is undergoing a drought the river has risen 12 feet hero In the last 24 hours There have been no heavy rains reported at any point on the river nnd the oldest In habitants aro unable to assign any cause for tho present stage of tho water Coroner Hold Up Funeral Now YorkThe coroner has held up the funeral of Mrs J A Derr pend ing an Investigation Into tho circum stances surrounding her death Her son Frederick W M Thackeray a grandnephew of William Makepeace Thackeray and himself a writer of note has made allegations that Mrs Dorr was hold a prisoner and severe ly maltreated by a widely advertised palmist and clairvoyant whom sho bud consulted Tho burial certificate lead been Issued on the statement that death had resulted from phthisis TOWN IS WIPED OUT FLOOD NEAR RAWHIDE DESTROYS 130 BUILDINGS AND SIX LIVES MAY BE LOST SWEPT BY WALL OF WATER Cloudburst Starts Work of Deitruc tlon In Nevada Settlement Search Debris for Bodle of Min ing Person Rawhide Nov Swept by a tenfoot wall of water following a cloudburst Squatter Town a settlement near Rawhide was practically wiped oft the map early Wednesday morning The torrent destroyed 130 buildings and it is feared that several persons lost their lives The cloud broke on the summit of campInof slopeSoveraltheir foundations and floated down the street while tho crest of the flood wan covered with furniture animals nail nil sorts of debris Gathering force as it poured down the channel the flood swept into and over Squatter Town half a mile fur ther down The water formed n wall ten feet high as it crashed into the structures Before the wave had passed COO persons were homeless and their property piled in a tangled heap in thin basin at the foot of National lull Large parties of workmen are searching for bodies In the debris Although several persons are reported missing there Is no confirmation of the report that lives were lost when the tcnfoot wall of water resulting from a cloudburst in the hills north of this place swept over a section of the town Tho property loss will exceed a quarter of n million dollars Tho buildings were nearly all of wood and wore easily swept away by the terrific rush of the waters The people were caught like rats in a trap and barely had time to escape with their lives Aid has been sent from this city ImprovedMexico tion at Monterey shows some Im pourIng food famine is now over Returns from outlying districts show Immense crop losses and many of the smaller towns in the river regions have been destroyed with a con alderablo loss of life TRAIN HITS CAR 13 HURT State Fair Visitors at Dee Moines In Wreck Accident Occuron River Bridge Des Moines laTwo persons were fatally hurt and 11 seriously Injured when a loaded Rock Island passenger train carrying state fair visitors returning from the show grounds Thursday struck a packed Fort Des Moines street car fully amldshfp and crushed it to kindling wood Mrs R M Rollins and Mrs Edward Lawless both of Des Moines were the ones who were so badly hurt that they may not recover The car was carried 60 feet on tho cowcatcher of tho engine and wrecked against the steel girders of the bridge across tho Des Moines river in mo mentary danger of falling into the river 20 feet below Conductor Harry Dadgley of the street car declared that he had been given the right of way signal by the flagman at the crossing at First street and Rock Island tracks While tho work of rescue was going on another accident was barely avert ed as a second fair grounds train ran into the crowd scores just missing death under the wheels GETS EVIDENCE OF PEONAGE Hoagland Said to Have Struck Trail That May Lead to Prosecutions- at Schoenvllle Plttsburg Pa Special Government Agent H W Hoagland under the di rection of United States District At torney John H Jordan who has been investigating the charges of alleged peonage at the Pressed Steel Car Com panys plant is said to have found new evidence to substantiate the charges Nothing can be learned however as to the nature of the new facts re ported to have been brought to light Balls and entertainments of various sorts are being held by the strikers to raise money for their commissary fund Donations of meat and other provisions were received by the men Supervisory Mall Employee Meet Chicago The National Association ot Supervisory Post Ofllce Employes met In annual convention In tho Grand Pacific hotel Monday About 100 mem bers were in attendance and they were welcomed by Mayor Busse and Post master Campbell Tuesday evening the delegates had their yearly banquet Takes Carbolic Acid Frankfort IndProf W O HIatt superintendent of the Frankfort schools killed himself by taking car bolic acid lie was found In tho base mcvit by tho janitor of the building HIatt waa elected superintendent about a month ago Fear 600 Have Perished Batavia Jnvnlt is estimated that 690 natives have perished in the floods In southeastern Java The damage to property and crops has been enor mous is DEFEAT ADMITTED BY STEEL COMPANY But Car Plant at McKees Rocks Will Be Closed Unteis Strikers Accept Offers PHtsburg The Pressed Steel Car Co through its manager James B Rider has admitted its defeat in Its fight against the workmen In spite of this tho company refuses to sign any agreement with its workmen or to grant any concessions General Manager Rider has since the howl was raised against the method of the company compelling strike breakers to remain in the plant opened the gates and said that all who are willing are at liberty to leave Manager Rider Friday also announced that T A Farrell chief of police of the plant had been dismissed and will not return I Failure of tho men to accept tho last offer of the company Rider says will result In a lockout and tho plant will be closed indefinitely Evidence tending to establish that peonage was practiced at the Schocn villa plant is now in the hands of United States District Attorney John H Jordan A labor agent of the American Sheet and Tin Plato Co at Newcastle Thurs day stole a march on tho car company by entering the plant and inducing SO of the new arrivals to desert and conic to the sheet company The car com pany threatens reprisals against the Newcastle concern which is also fight- Ing a strike of its workmen ROYAL BLUE FLYER WRECKED Four Persons Killed and Scores In Jured When Train Ran Into Broken Rail Plttsburg Four persons were killed and 35 others injured several perhaps fatally when Train No6 westbound on the Baltimore Ohio railroad known as tho Royal Blue Limited running between New York and Chi cago was wrecked at Chewton Pa 48 miles front this city The train ran into a broken rail supposed to have been caused by train wreckers and the engine two Pullmans and two day coaches were thrown from tho track Tho cars immediately took fire The railroad officials claim the wreck was caused by men who removed two fish plates moved the north rail insldo and removed the spikes for a rails length An invest gatlon after the wreck showed that the fish plates and spikes were missing Young Girl Student Commits Suicide Chicago Miss Bertha Shaw 21 a studcnV at Fairmont seminary Wash ington committed suicide at her home by turning on tho gas in her bedroom Two possible reasons for the young womans act were given by relative One was that she was despondent be causo of the condition of her brother Dr Harry Shay The other was that she killed herself because she did not wish to return to the seminary Miss Shaw was fully dressed In street at tire except a hat and ono shoe She was alone in the fiat so far as is known Guest Forced To Leap From Window Lexington Tcnn Guests of tho Huton house jumped for their lives early Friday morning when the build ing was burned Rube Potter of Paducah railway fireman was burned about the bead Mrs George Morth land Jumped from a secondstory win dow and was caught in a blanket Loss 6000 including the guests baggage The fire was caused by a carelessly thrown cigarette Village Wiped Out By Wind Catania Sicily The village ct Scordla was wiped out by a cyclone Flvo persons were killed and 60 In jured ten of whom suffered grave hurts Ono hundred houses were completely demolished and many others unroofed The cyclone was accom partied by a torrential rain 200000 Fire In Arkansas Arkadolphla ArkFJre destroyed the main building of the Arkadelphlt Milling Cos plant tho Iron Mountain depot 10 box cars on a siding and damaged residences near by Loss 200000 MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Sept 3CattleExtra 625 CalvesExtra 925 Hogs Choice 830835 Slioep Ex tra 4100425 Lambs Extra 72o 750 FlourSpring patent 6400665 WheatNo 2 red 107110 Corn No 2 mixed 7071c OatsNo 2 mixed 36V4037C DyeNo2 choice 7072c Hay Choice timothy 14 1450 Butter Dairy 23c EggsPer doz 22c Apples Choice 33iO- PotntoesPer brl I1BQ175 Tc banco Burley 102501925 iChicago Sept 3WheatNo 2 red 104105 CornNo2 mixed 8JA69ttc OatsNo2 mixed 360 MHc PorkPrime mess 2232M0 2280 Lard Prime 1232Va Louisville Sept aWheatXo 2 red 107109 CornNo2 mixed lie OatsNo2 mixed 36c Hay Choice timothy 1025 Hogs Extra 7100810 LardSteam 12uO Indianapolis Sept 3Cattleprime 6350725 Hogs Kxtra 815 I fl 830 Sheep Extra 40425 STAY AWAY FROM SALOONS Frequenter of Dram Shop Soon Dis a cover He Is Handicapped In Com petition of Life More and more tho economic argu ment is influencing voters to abolish tho saloon The man who frequents the saloon Is not eo strong In body nor Intellectually so keen nor professionally or industrially so efficient as tho man who does not writes Ferdinand Iglehart in American Review of Ro views A man who has no scruples- on the subject but has good common sense soon discovers that ho Is handicapped In the heated cdmpetltlon of life when ho becomes a patron of the saloon The Now York Central tho Lacka wanna the Pennsylvania the Bait more Ohio the Wabash tho Rock Island the Great Northern and other railroad systems have adopted tho following rule The use of intoxicants by employes whllo on duty is prohibited Their habitual use or the frequenting of places where they are sold is sufficient cause for dismissal The Michigan state law will not per mit a man who is not a total abstainer to have anything to do with the run fling of trains The premium on temperance in railroad circles Is so great that 25000 employes of the Northwestern railroad signed a pledge of total abstlnance at one time Business houses generally discrim inate against the drinker in the employment of men The United States Commissioner of Labor sent a note of Inquiry to 7000 concerns em ploying labor 5363 of them respond ed that they took the drink question very much into account in hiring men and that they had to bo tho more careful in selecting responsible help be cause the law held them liable for in juries caused by accident The young man of ambition and hope who wants to get into a good place and succeed In it knows full well that he must stay away from the saloon This business argument sends hundreds of thou sands of employes into tho ranks of those who are fighting the traffic The people paid last year a billion dollars for Intoxicating drink 10S 000000 more than for all the neces saries of life and it is a protest against this colossal material waste and a desire to divert some of the drink money to better uses that has prompted many to vote nolicense in the campaigns The billion dollars paid over the counter for drink for the year is only about a half of tho material damage the traffic causes re quiring institutions to be maintained by the public The large amounts of money paid into the treasuries of states and muni cipalities by the liquordealers are no compensation for the material as well as the moral waste in tho com munity and while there are many friends of law and order who vote for license because they think the saloon ought to be made to pay a part of the price of Its public Injury tho people are getting to bellevo more and more each year that the damage ot the sa loon is too great and they are unwilling to tolerate it and are voting no on tho proposition to permit It LIQUOR PROBLEM IN FRANCE Brings Into Existence AntiAlcohol Party In Chamber of Deputies Cauiels Popular In Francewhere many people believe that there is no drunkenness and no liquor problem the intemper ance of the nation has brought into oxlstenco an antiliquor group In tho chamber of deputies M Joseph Relnach the leader of the party made his first speech in that capacity just recently He Insisted that tho strug glo against alcoholism is for the coun try and tho race a question of life or death of physical and intellectual health or of irretrievable decadence We should even indemnify the absinthe manufacturers If it must be so he declared Franco Is rich enough to pay for her salvation Dealing with the question of the limit ation of public houses M Relnach ex plained that the partys bill alms at tho prohibition of the opening of places strictly defined Gentlemen he said l do not believe at all that our cause is an unpopular one Lot us take the offensive Continuing his speech M Reinach paid a tribute to Mr John Burns tho British labor member He said I had thn honor a short time ago of talklufi with an English ox workman now a member of parliament and one ot tho kings ministers Tho immense popularity of Mr John Burns among the laboring classes across the channel is due in large measure to tho obstinate struggle which he has pursued for 30 years and which in office ho has not ceased to pursue against alcohol He spoke to mo of his campaign against the poison which enervates when it docs not brutalize which slowly degrades when It does not Immediately destroy He was telling me of the important results that had been obtained especially at Liverpool by the reduction In the number of licensed houses and bo concluded with these words It Is es pecially to workmen that it is true to say Alcoholism U the enemv t 0 1 81 uftV5 J fa Q East Kentucky Correspondence o News You Get Nowhere Else I I Ho eomipcndiiet pskliiktd fetus IIgsed U tin by ttt writer Tkt umi U sat tat roklteattoa kit u u rrtJww tt good faltk Writ plainly lsMN o eo o o o o oA o OOOOOYWV JACKSON COUNTY McKKEN a McKee Sept 6Tho Sunday School picnic that was to have been held In the lignite Bottom last Saturday was called oft on account of scarlet fever In and about town If nothing else happens to prevent It the picnic will be held next Saturday and all are cordially Invited to come and bring a large basket of lunchThere have been a number of cases of scarlet fever hero but they were very mild and most of them are well t Stanley Engle who has had typhoid Is said to be getting along nicely Both our schools have been stopped for nearly two weeks on account of s scarlet fever The division board of trustees met here Saturday and em ployed R A Johnson to teach Sand Lick school till Mr J B Isaacs who is sick gets able to teach again The County Board of Education com posed of the following members D B Morris R B Reynolds J B McCowan Jas Carpenter J T Rose and Lewis McGuire met last Saturday in accordance with the new school law and took steps towards having quite a number of school houses re paired Three new school houses have been built In the county this year Two of them are completed and will be inspected today The other one will be completed soonCounty Attorney G I Rader returned fromi Laurel County last Friday where be f had been taking depositions in an election contest case for John Wells who was a candidate for nomination4 for county judge in the late pri mary over there QRKKXHAIX Greenhall Sept 6COmlngJames Shelbys big show will be at J D PIersons near Greenhall September 8 o Come and see the animals and per I formancesThere will be a School- Teachers Association and Sunday I i School picnic at Canons Chapel Sat urday Jno P Wilson sold to Hamp Penelton two mules for one two year old mule and two hundred dollars John Dee Smith will go to Cincinnati soonWalker Flanery and brothers have gone to Richmond to sell some cattle and mulesJ D PIerson has finished up his work for the Fair mount Nursery Co for the fall delivery but may begin work for a spring delivery about November 16Silas Flanery and wife and Miss Lena Flanery were visiting at Beattyville typhoidfrit fever are raging in Owsley and Jack son There has been some deathsJ- D PIerson I S Bowjer and R N Whicker caught some fine fish in the south fork of the Kentucky River Friday nigpkThe Missionary Baptists will hold an association at Mt Gilead church at Maulden beginning on Thursday September 30The Rev Mr Johnson preached yesterday morn ing at Canons Chapel and yesterday evening at Big Springs He had a large audience at each place Miss Flor ence Pierson Is very bad with typhoid fever also a small boy of William CooksMr McHone was with us the past week taking orders for The Cit lzenThe past week has been very cool with a little frost Tuesday and Wednesday nlghtsJ D PIerson Js doing much picture work now Silas 1 Creech wlio moved away to Middles boro several years ago haa moved I back to his old home near Greenhall Circuit Court will begin at McKee next weekL M Cook says he will visit relatives in Tennessee soon Mrs Mary Crank will leave in a few days for Hamilton 0 where her hus band Is at workThe farmers are be ginning to save fodder make sorgum and will be sowing wheat in a fey days The corn crop Is extra good and the largest acreage out that was ever known TYNEn Tyner Sept 6Several from this place attended an old Baptist associa tion in Owsley County Saturday and SundayMr Walker Reynolds is wearing a smile that wont come oct over the arrival of twin boy babies in his home The mother and little ones are doing nicely Born to the wife of L J Hamilton a girl on the 2ndMr John Moore and family were visiting at W M Dunlgans today R B Reynolds made a business trip to McKee SaturdayJack Frost vis ited this vicinity Wednesday night but did no damage Mr W I Dun igan had a fine mule bitten by a snake last weekMr Walter An derson and sister of Berea were vis iting In this vicinity the past week The Tyner baseball team won a victory I over the McKee team in a game of nine Innings at Grayhawk Satur day evening August 28W M Creech and G Blair are gone to Rich mond with a drove of cattleW F Tincher is gone to the Swiss colony He Is employed making railroad ties ETIIEL Ethel Sept aThe sick of this vicinity are Improving Uncle Sammie Dalley died Aug 20 His remains were taken to the Paris cemetery He leaves a wife and several children and a host of friends We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the b reaved onesMr U S G Rice visiting friends and relatives in Ows ley County this weekMr and Mrs Burnett Blngham of this place are visiting her mother on Millers Creek this week Several from this place attended the Laurel County fair There Is no school here this week on account of the institute Mr Jack son Collins is very 1111 S Messer and M J Neeley have gone to Richmond to workMr Robert Bingham has just returned from Millers Creek Daisy Marcum has returned home from London Mr Ramey Clay who has been In Oklahoma for some time and his sister Judie were the guests of Miss Mary and Henry Rice Satur day night Mr John Metcalf of Es tlll County visited friends and rela tives at this place last SaturdayMr Samuel Messer Is In Knox County to work Mrs Mary J Rice who has been sick is better Several from this place attended singing school at the Clark school house last Sunday SANS GAP Sand Gap Aug 30The people o this vicinity are being blessed with those calm gentle rains which every one so much admires Corn crop- are Improving rapidly Misses Don le and Lottie Isaacs of Wind Cave were the guests of their sister Mrs Ed Durham a number of days last week Llllle ant Ettie Hoskins were the guests of Matilda and Maggie Durham SundayThe singing school at this place to progressing nicely with J G Durham as teacher Mr and Mrs A P Gabbard have jus 60000 REWARD IjForth arrest and detention of these two men wanted for the I James Lane t ERNEST HAYS LEONARD ABNEY or 300 for the arrest and detention of either 400 of this reward Commonwealthofman remainopenyears of age halrweightweightabout wi J Y Or J p9PRk M k returned from an extended trip to Conway where they have been vie King Mrs Gabbards relations Rob ert Day and family who went to Indiana in the Spring to make their future homo have returned Mr and Mrs P E Johnson and little daugh ter Lusetta have just returned from grandjin progress here for the past week The meeting was conducted by the Rev Messrs Johnson Powell and Clemmonson Sunday night of Aug 29th there was a great washout at this place The water fell in torrents for at least len minutes and many were glad to escape being drowned KOLOK Eglon Aug 30Alfas Carrie Hel lard of Berea is visiting at Eglon Mrs Allle Kingsbury Is visiting at Tier mothers Mrs Fannlo Jones Mr Jobo Morris hen been on the sick list for a few days but Is better The public school at Pino Grove is progressing nicely with Grover Drew Lacker as teacherThere has been organized a literary society which is well attended Subject for next Fri day night is woman suffrage A very interesting protracted meeting has just closed at Pine Grove conductedI by James Lunsford There were nine teen additions and fifteen baptisms We are now having dry weather CLOVFH norroM Clover Bottom Sept GAunt Jennla Azblll left here yesterday to visit her two sons in Hamilton for two weeks Mrs Pearl Azblll who has been on the sick list for about a week Is able to take a ride todayA free for all fight occurred last night near the top ot Big Hill in this county in which quite a number were engaged Thos Hays was cut very badly above the eye with some sort of an Instrument Jack Gilbert was bruised about the head very badly but not dangerously Walter Embree wan shot twice in the right arm tho ball passing through the arm entering the right side of the body and coming out near the center of his breast and the other passing through his right thigh near i the body and just missing the art erylI N Dean was called to the I top of the Dig Hill to take the afflda Walter Embree who was shot eslast night stated that Tom Hays shot him and that Jack Gilbert beat him up Mr Embree is hurt badly but only flesh wounds and not Idangerous I think Thos Hays and appeared before Squire H N Dean and surrendered them selves up for tho above charges and waived a right of examination of said cause and filed bond in the sum of 30000 each for their appearance be tore the Jackson Circuit Court to an swer any indictment that might be found against them Summon has been Issued for the witnesses to ap pear before the grand juryMr Wm Kindred and wife and Miss Elsie Wil llama of Bear Wallow are visiting at Colman Kindreds of this placeThe contract to let out repairs of the school house in Sub District No C Educational Division No6 ot this place will be let out on the 11th of this month at near John Durhams Circuit Court will convene at McKee September 13 and the boys are hus tling around getting ready to attend afnumber attend from this section J W Blcknell Is sharpening his grltter sweetsIf some of the others will do the grit ting ROCK6ASTLE COUNTY IHSrUTANTA- Dlsputanta Sept 7rfhere was a meeting at Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday The Rev Daniel Phelps conducted the services Meeting going on nil this weekMr Willis Chostcen and Miss Ida Berry were quietly married Monday evening Born to the wife of Mr G V Owens August 29 a tine son Messrs F W and JHTaylor are attending the in stitute at Mt Vernon this weekMr John Simpson of Paint Lick visit eJ friends and relatives here last weekSeveral people of this place are planning to attend the big day at Pleasant Hill Sept 20Miss Mary Croucher was tho guest of Misses Myrtle and Julia Rowlett Sunday Dlsputanta Aug 30Mr Bob Vlars who has been sick so long is improv IngRobert McQueen who has moved a saw mill at this placo is doing hust ling business Mm Gudas Anderson and her daughter spent last Sunday with Mrs Easter McQueen and fam- ilyThe Sunday school at tho Ham mond school house has suffered be cause the young folks were so interested in the ball playing There was only one teacher out last Sunday Mrs Martha Anglin Mrs Dorsey Swinford Is very 1ItMrs AlIza Mul lins and Mrs Lizzy Mooro spent Sun day with their father and mother R A SwlnfordJ R McQueens milk cow got her leg broke last Saturday morning Zelpha Plgg visited her granddaughter Mrs Easter McQueen from Saturday till Sunday Miss L L McQueen and sister S M visited Silver Creek church last meeting Mr Tom Anderson and two sons Emate and Herbert who have been off at work for some time aro expected home soon nOIIINRT V Roblnet Sept 7S A Huff L Ie k N yardmaster at Corbin who has been visiting relatives on Horse Lick re turned home Wednesday W it Drew and Dood left here Saturday for Ham ilton OJohn Powell has recently moved toj his new home at Conway George Mullins is selling out to loaveC L Drew was in Evergreen Saturday visiting relatives John Mulllns saw two men Aug 30 whom he said filled the descriptions of Hays and Abney but he was afraid to attempt to make an arrestS A Drew of Dodge City Kan has brought his family back to this part and Is contemplating going to Corbin to live OACIEY- Gauley Sept 7The Rev D Park er filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Hill near Goochland Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Mollle Gadd of Livingston visited her sister Mrs Wilt Moberly Saturday and Sunday Nathan Reese and family of Mc Cracken visited friends and relatives hero from Thursday till Sunday John Centers and family of East Bernstadt and Miss Nora Brummett ot Corbin visited relatives and friends hero from Thursday till Monday Miss Bertha Robinson has returned from an extended visit to Clay Co John Kelley and family and Mrs Nan Kelley and her little son Clyle are visiting in Clay County Fayette Lewis narrowly escaped being killed at W J Sparks quarry at MullinsI last week by a flying stone blast It camo very near breaking his leg And It also came very near killing the mule ho was riding WILun Wildie Sept GIr T O Reynolds and daughter Ethel were InI Brodhead September 3There will bo a Sunday School convention at Buck eye Sunday September llIr Iko Morgans baby is very sick Mr and Mrs W H Brannaman have been vis sting friends at Hiatt Tho Lewis Brothers gave a nice entertainment at this placo August 31Mr W A Merritt is very feeble Ho has a host I PUBLIC SALEOF FARM LIVE STOCK FARMING IMPLEMENTS I 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 Thursday September 16 1909AT 10 OCLOCK A M My Fine Blue Grass Farm Containing 273 Acres To be surveyed to the purchaser located five miles east of Hnrrodsburg three miles theLexingtonIt 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 ferule and equippedThedwellingsary outbuildingsTERMS One third cash and the remainder In one two three and four years with 6 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 a four month negotiable note with out interest Burgoo on the ground and plenty of it D B CHATHAM HARRODSBURC KENTUCKY of friends who are beginning already TayIlorin this countyThe infant child of Mr Clell Mullens died Tuesday Au gust 31 and was burled at Mullens CorItoyJones is visiting her daughter Mrs Graves at Paris KyMies Rattle Poynter Is attending tho teachers InI stltuto at Mt Vernon this wcekJno1 Menetee has been 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