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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1IlES I DENTS OFFICE DEREA K- YXiiBEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOHrOUATED STANLY FROST Manager Knttndal the Ptttofflet at Jttrta Ayi CII teand dan maltmotor t J Vol XI cent a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY SEPTEMBER 23 1B09 One Dollar a year No 13 NEWS OF THE WEEK Gov Johnson DeadTaft Champions Negroes Cook Welcomed Home How Tariff Works Harrimans MillionsFatal Train Wreck BAR CLOCKS IN CHURCHES The Methodist Conference ot South ern Ohio has decided to prohibit the use of clocks in Ita churches on tho ground that tho congregation gets so Interested In tho clocks that it dote not pay good attention to the sermon WOULD LET NEGROES VOTE Pres Taft Ina letter to a Washing ton newspaper last week squarely put himself on record as opposed to the pauago by any stato of legislation which would deprive tho negro ot his legal right to vote lie did this IliIn commenting on tho present at to disfranchise tho negroes of Maryland EIGHT KILLEDA train wreck on tho Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis n It near Nashville last week resulted In the killing outright ot eight men and tho serious injury rt fifteen others All were train men WORLDS RICHEST WOMAN By the death of her husband Mrs E H Harrlman becomes the worlds richest woman as he left absolutely to ber ovary dollar of his entire fortune which Is estimated at one hun dred million dollars BANKERS AGAINST POSTAL BANKS The convention of bank ers which has boon meeting in Chi Ago recently took Issue with President t Taft In his declared Intention to establish a postal savings bank IB is such as the Republican National platform advocates UP WITH TIlE TARIFF Tho argument that the thrift raises prices which was vigorously denied by some men during tho recent agita tion has had striking proof In tho re cent action of the Watch Trust that Is two leading manufacturers In raising the prices on all grades of watches It la Bald that the tariff bad nothing to do with this but It Is curious that the amount of the raise Is almost exactly equal to tho increase In tho tariff GOV JOHNSON DEADGov John Johnson who bad worked up from A poor boy to become three times governor of Minnesota and Bryans most formidable opponent for the Demo cratic nomination for president died early Tuesday morning after an op eration for cancer and abccss of tho stomachCOOK WELCOMEDDr F A Coot tho discoverer or tho North Polo has at last arrived In New York and la reunited to his family after an ab sence of years Ho was received with tremendous enthusiasm by tile crowds that went to met him and seems to have the popular sympathy in his controversy with Peary SLIGHT FOOTBALL ACCIDENTS Football practice Is well under way and the boys are getting into good shape for the gamo with Ashland Y accidentsv0 1 ever Earl Phillips managed to twst again his knee which has been in lured for seycrui years and Is now bopping arouul on crutches More serloua Is the Injury to Gene Thom son who sustained a fracture ot tho upper jawboae and had a part of tho bane under Ls left eye broken in It was at signal practice on Monday and one mem her of the team tailed to get hie signals lie stepped toward however ro that when Tho son started to do his work he ran squarely into him Thomson is dotas at audiiiOr ration which will be performed this we- ekBetter Than Ever lithe 7 ronnal City Laundry ti tIthas recently changed bands and is now under the management of Mr A 21 Tevla Tho latest cuff nnd collar machines have boon put In They will give Satisfaction First Class Finish Collars that Fit WE ASK IS THY IT ONCE Laundry Called for and Deli- veredJWDooleyAgt 1st floor Industrial Building Berea Ky T r TliE JcITIZENdDevoted to the Interes s of the OUDtain People ROOM FOR ALLI In Spite of Increase of EightyEight Students Berea Could Welcome Opportunity MissedsWith Berea Collego In session for a full week It la possible to see the largo growth which hoe taken placo lover the fall term of last year On Tuesday night last there had paid their term bills for entrance 045 stu dents whllo a year ago at the same time there wero C57 a gain for tho day of eightyeight It Is no Ung too that the start has been better In other ways and everything Is going off smoothly Classes have started well there has been loss time than usual lost over assignments and the years work la already splendidly under way Every student who ought to havo been hero and Is not has suffered a distinct loss Many of the teachers are disappoint ed however that thero are not more students on hand for the beginning The College has to bo built largo en ough to handle the thousand or moro who come In tho winter and there is room for that many right now The boarding hall the chapel library and class rooms are all run on the scale of a thousand students and there Is room for that It Is hard to know that there are so many young people who ought to bo here and who could bo here and who could be very well taken care of if they were hare who have stayed homo because ot laziness or Inertia or maybe some better reason but who still have stayed home If any see this paper we hope It will re mind them to think carefully of the great opportunity they aro missing and that they will quickly make up their minds and start The teachers and other college offi dais will do all they can to take care of those who come late They will do their best to give them just as good a term as If they had been hero at tho start and will make special ef forts to help them catch up And It Is truo that late comer will not bo as well ort as those who were here first still It is even more true that they will bo much better oft than those who stayed at home and than they would have been it they had stayed homo themselves Wo have spoken many times ot the advantages of the fall term ot get ting a better start having more of the teachers time having better choice of rooms and all such advantages No one can fully appreciate them till they got here and then they will find that those advantages aro larger than wo could tell or they could expect For any one who Is able to benefit by an education and who can come as almost any one can It is the worst possible mistake to remain away and one that will cost a great deal through life Following Is a little story of three different men showing what a differ enco it will make we hope every one will read that story And then we hope that all who can will come In and that tho teachers will lave tho pleasure of seeing tho class room fill up as they desire WHICH ARE YOU LIKE Thirty yeara ago I knew a boy who was very fond of music and had unusual ability For years ho figured on developing his talent Each year he planned to go away to school the next year but always ho let some thing prevent him and each succeed ing year his determination was just proceedingmyear Thirtyone years have passed lie no longer enjoys even tho hope of his early ambition Ho suffers the sorrow of a lost opportunity The talent which might have made him very happy and useful has made him miserable and his life a failure Ho would be better off today had he not been born with any possibilities in music or desire for It Ho Is staying on a farm I could not say farming neither could I say living Tile life Is not satisfactory to himself to his family nor to the world In general Lost summer when ho should have been owing his corn he was tooting a born It Is need less to say that both tho corn and tho horn tooting were failures Nei ther were supporting hla family Twentytwo years ago I knew a boy of nineteen who had a desire to Ho felt he should havo a college training His plan was to teach a country school until he had money enough to carry him thru school without any break In his schooling This plan he carried out graduating from college In his thirtyfourth year Af I FIRST STEP TOWARDS A GOOD EDUCATION u oq WKnowledge is power said the wise man andeducation means knowledge Most of us are too old to go to school anymore but the great educator of the whole people is always in reachthe news paper A JI WHAT IS PATRIOTISM In these days of flowery campaign speeches we hear a great deal about the sturdy patriot and about patriotism but too often the man who talks about these things is trying to cover with a great name some unworthy action or policy which he wishes to put thru appealtopatriottoare so that he can size up the appeals made by the politician and not be fooled by the fine and glossy language which the spell bin der peopleWe is for too touch liklibood that wo will have a tendency to take someone elses word for wbat patriotism is Noone likes to be fooled and the way to prevent that is to know what we are talking about If every one remembered patriotism really meant half tho dishonest schemes whichare put through by politicians would fail The word patriotism comes from tho old Latin word patria which means fatherland or land of ones birth and patriotism means of course tho love of that patria and devotion to its interests Simple isnt it 1 And yet how often prep will try to twist that situ plo meaning Into something else for their own benefit Patriotism simply moans that one puts the goodof his country above his own good That is easy to keep of When a man would rather have a benefit for himself than for his country he has ceased to be patriotic and become selfish When a man would rather grfttify a spite than have the good of his country he has ceased to be patriotic or when ho will let ignorance or the interests of even his own state or even his own party stand in the way of the interests of his country he is not patriotic for patriotism means putting tbewelIfare of the whole country first of all partythodoes not know what patriotism is or if he is an educated person that he has enough contempt for his hearers to think be can fool them as to patriotism is Every man has the right to decide for himself if he does it honestly what is best for his country but when anything else than such a careful decision followed by willing effort is called patriotism there is something wrong Again when aIman makes a decision but is afraid to tell it because be thinks politicianbutquestion that a real patriot will ask about any public matter He will say What is best for my country and when he decides will go and do that thing heI Of course this is a free country anda man is not under compulsion to be a patriot He may sell his birthright for anything he can get if he wants to he may betray the interests of the land that gave him birth for the sake of a few dollars or a little office if he wishes ho may blacken his soul with cowardice or treason or selfish ness if he wants to There are thousands of men who do all these things every But in the name of our great country do not let such a man soil the name of patriotism by passing it thru his mouth Such a man is not fit to clean tho shoes of a real patriotsuch man man may be a good party man or a good state man or a good keen bargainer or he may look out for himself mighty well but he is the farthest possible being a patriot Patriotism means putting the interests of your country before any thing else It means just that and nothing more nor less That is a simple test to apply to any public proposition and if we voters of this couutry everywhero would only apply it there would be a new and glorious day dawn for our country right away and the bombast and rot and falsehood and corruption would slink away out of our public life and we should be really the free people we are supposed to be But we cannot dave really good government till that happens Every young person who is not in college ought to read the article on the chances still open in Berea It may make all the dif ference between success and failure in his or her life to read that one article and then decide to do the right thing about it A Tho death of Gov Johnson of Minnesota removes from public life one of tho strongest men in this couptry and one who might have much toward the greatly needed reconstruction of the Democratic party Irrespective of party all Americans have suffered a severe loss in the death of a public servant so strong so able so fearless and so patriotic His place will bo hard to fill Of course the tariff has nothing to do with high prices but will some kind person explain why the price of watches bas now gone up just as much BB the tariff on watches did f ter taking a post graduate course he secured a college position at tho age of fortyone The time he spent teaching In the country school he should have spent In college and tho time ho entered college bo shouldI have started to teach In colle day he Is Just ten years behind where ho should be By the time he li ready to do his best work his strength will begin to fall In 1891 a boy desired to preach He was In a strange nation and had but forty dollars and no friends This was enough to seo him through his first term In the Baldwin University He entered worked saved plannedan Contlurei on fifth rr1t PRES FROST STILL DETAINED BY ILLNESS For the first time in seventeen years Pres Frost waS absent at the opening of the fall term Everything had been so carefully planned that the things moved off exactly as though he were here except that we missed his personal and words of cheer and welcome- A good many people have wonder ed why Pres Frost did not dotlils and why Pres Frost did not do that not realizing the vast burdens he carries all the time and the extra load imposed by the Adjustment Fund the concrete walks tho new heating plant and other things At last he has been forced to stop The doctors say he will come back all right but they do not say when The work of the school and the new buildings started will go forward but the Institution will be forced to the utmosteconomy until Its chief pro moter Is again at tho helm Tho teaching force is larger than ever this fall and Mrs Frost Is hold Ing the fort at the Presidents House Boone Tavern combines luxury and common sense OUR PICTURE THIS WEEK We are printing at the top of our first page this week a photograph showing a scene such as has been enacted In hundreds of families this fall as the children have started to heron to school Such scenes are still going on dally In many places as the belated starters get under way While there Is a sadness In seeing the home ties break as they are breaking here It can be seen from the faces that thero Is a gladness about it too for the children are going to the place where they can make tho best of themselves and where their par ents highest hopes and ambitions are In a fair way to be fulfilled They are leaving home to be sure but leaving for the sake of something which they all know will bring great usefulnesf and happiness all thru life and so after all there is no unhappiness In the parting tears byCooking but of even more importance to the KentuckyhasTavern A WORD FROM MC HONE Ned McIIone has started down the railroad track looking after Citizen subscribers and tho way reports are coming in from him he Is finding Iota of friends Ho Is certainly do Ing a good business and It Isa fact that The Citizen seems to be more popular with tho people than ever before The editor might mention that this Is a great gratification to him for he has been working pretty hard to make Tho Citizen a paper for the mountain people and to prove that ho is devoted to their Interests and when ho sees that people are beginning to appreciate this it en courages hlmvmightlly Mr McHone on his last trip spoke warmly of the nice genteel way ho was treated by all the people He spoke particularly of his visit to Mr I S Bowles of Green hall and his sang garden which he said was like nothing he had ever seen before and was well worth seeing He reminds his friends that he is still on the road for The Citizen I and will be for a long time and he I wants to see as many of them as I possible The Question Why hide your light under a bushel thodpurpose r I I Knowledge is pow rand tile way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper Five KENTUCKY ALL worth many while teach what what day from done good touch IN OUR OWN STATE H Disciples and Methodists In Canyon tlona This WeekTobacco Ratified Shooting In So PenceIBlue Grass League Pennant A warded II if I ITODACCO II 4 j that there will bo only one Burley In Kentucky this year Pre pooltlthe Burley Tobacco Society has II ittorIFIGHTShlpple and Tip Sharks of London I engaged in a hard fist knife andtrock fight on Main Street there last Friday Both wero pretty badly i hurt The fight is said to have been over business rivalry DIG STATE FAIR The State Fairiheld at Louisville last week broke all records In many ways and the attend ance was the largest In local history KILLED IN YARD Charles Scrtb ner a negro who married the widow of Tallow Dick Combs of Gee bel case fame was shot and killed as he sat In his yard at Beattyvlllo last week A negro named Jas King has confessed the crime and has been taken to Lexington to prevent a lynching BLUE GRASS PENNANTThe pennant for the Blue Grass Baseball t League this year went to Winchester I the latter winning over Richmond on a queer fluke On the last day on which a game could bo played in the pennant race both Winchester and Richmond had one game to play If Richmond won and Winches ter lost they would bo tied for the pennant Richmond won all right but Winchester was prevented by rain from finishing the game she i had on with Paris and in which she seemed likely to get beaten Rich mond has protested on the ground that bonuses were paid by the WtnfChester management for other teams to defeat Richmond Richmond was J4 game to the end and gave her team a fine send off when It broke up PLANNING FRAUDS There Is a report from Louisvlllo that the Demo cratic managers there are planning to work again the tricks which in 1905 caused the election to be thrown out out by the court of AppealsiOFFICER KILLS NEGROHenry Waddle of Somerset shot and killed + 1 itherebossing a gang of convicts whenrSmith who had been ugly drew a revolver and began shooting at him Waddle returned the fire killing the negroDISCIPLES CHURCH CONVEN TION The great meeting of the Disciples Church of Kentucky began in Lexington Monday night There were expected to be nearly two thou sand delegates present before the close of tho five days meeting METHODISTS MEET The S9th Conference of tho Kentucky M E Church South begins in Winchester on Wednesday of this week with a large number of delegates Prof Faulkner who Is a member of that conference will be among those tak- Ing part It is about as reasonable to live at Boone Tavern as to rent keep free and lamps going and buy food at homeand no worry GOOD THINGS NOW AND LATER This Is a weekd things In The Citizen Prof Scales problem U a good one tho editor has not been able to solve It himself yet There Is a fine Installment of the great serial Whispering Smith and espe chilly we wish to call the attention cf our farmer subscribers to the ora tion by Clark Wilson which was the best written by any member of last years class in Horticulture Dont miss reading It Clark Wilson Is well known in Owsley and the edge of Jackson and his many friends espe cially will be Interested to see a few of tho things ho has learned here Next week will be printed the best of tho solutions of the first problem There are some on hand and If any more subscribers wish to compete they ought to send In their answers aright away WALTER EMBREE DEAD Big Hill Sept 19Walter Embree who was shot by Tom Hayes is dead He joined the church and was bap tlzed during his suffering He was an orphan boy and had the sympathy of this community Ho was about t twentythree years of age Died Sept 19 1909 v ii I 1 11 i IjISPEIZIt G SML1JI f SYNOPSIS i1Murray Sinclair and hlllpn r of wreck were called out to clear the railroad 1elll at Smoky Creek McCloud a l young road superintendent caught Sin clair and lila men In the act ot the wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In it only amounted to R malleumtreat for the men McCloud I discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned McClqud became a acquainted with Dlcksle Dunning a girl I of the wont who came to look at the wreck She Rave him a message for Sin lair Whispering Gordon Smith told I President Ducks of the railroad of Mc brave tight against a gang of tfrraZtfl miners and that was the reason superintendents appointment to his high once McCloud to oard at the boarding house of Mrs Sin clair the ex foreman deserted wife CHAPTER V Continued Betty came with only her colored maid old Puss Dunning who had taken her from the nurses arms when she was born and taken care of her ever since Tho two tho tall Ken tucky girl and tho bent mammy ar rived at the Stono ranch ono day InI t June and Richard done then with bridges and looking otter his ranch Interests bad already fallen vlolenUy In lovo with Betty Sho was delicate but K those In Medicine Bend who remembered her said true a lovely creature Remaining In the mountains was the last thing Betty had ever thought of but no one man or woman could withstand Dick Dunning She felt quite in love with him the first time she set eyes on him in Medicine Bend for he was very handsome in the saddle and Betty was fairly wild about horses So Dick Dunning wooed a fond mistress and married her and burled her and all within hardly moro than a year Dut In that year they were very happy never two happier and when she slept away her suffering she left him as a legacy a tiny baby girl Puss t brought the mite ot a creature In its swaddling clothes to the sick mother very very sick thenand poor Bet ty turned her dark eyes on Itf kissed it looked at her husband and whis pered DicksIe and died Dlcksle had been Bettys pet name for her mountain lover so tho father said tho childs name should be Dlcksle and nothing else apd his heart broke and soon he died Nothing else storm or flood death or disaster had ever moved Dick Dunning then a sin gle blow killed him He rode onco in a while over the ranch a great tract by that time ot 20000 acres all in one body all under fence up and down both sides ot the big river in part irrigated swarming with cattlenone of it stirred Dick and with little Dlckslo in his arms he slept away his suffering- So Dicksie was left as her mother had been to Puss while Lance looked after the ranch swore at the price of cattle and played cards at Medicine Bend At ten DlckBie as thoroughly spoiled as a pet baby could be by a fool mammy a fond cousin and a galaxy of devoted cowboys was sent in spite of crying and flinging to a faraway conventher father had t planned everything where In many I tears sho learned that there were oth er things In the world besides cattle I and mountains and sunshine and taU broadbatted horsemen to swing from I their stirrups and pick her hat from the groundjust to see little Dlcksle I laughwhen they swooped past the house to the corrals When she camo back from Kentucky her grandmother dead and her schooldays finished all the land she could see In the valley was hers CHAPTER VI In Marlons Shop In Boncy street Medicine Bend stands an earlyday row of onestory buildings they once made up a pros sinceiThere is In buoy street a livery stable a secondhand store a laundry a bakery a moribund grocery and a bicycle shop and at tho time of this story there was also Marlon Slnclalrs millinery shop but the better class of Medicine Bend business such as the gambling houses saloons pawnshops restaurants barber shops and those sensitive cleanshaven and alert es tabllshments known as gents stores bad deserted Boncy street for many years Bats fly In the dark of Boney 1streetwhile Front street at the same hoer la a blaze of electricity and frontier hilarity Tho millinery store r stood next to the corner of Fort street Tho lot lay In an L and at the roar of the store tho first owner bad built a small connecting cottage to live In This faced on Fort street so that Marlon had her shop and liv ing rooms communicating and yet- I slain Tho store building Is still pointed out as tho former shop of Marlon Sinclair where George Mc Cloud boarded when the Crawling S Stono line was built where Whisper- Ing Smith might often havo been seen whore Sinclair himself was last seen nllvo in Medicine Bend where Dlckslo Dunnings horse dragged her senseless one wild mountain night and where Indeed for a time the affairs of the whole mountain division seemed to tangle In very hard knots In her dining room which con e YIKANKHSPEARMAN m ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE 9WLJ5crCOPYRdHr 00 t CY CHfSSCRa4eRS w No man that has ever played me dirt can stay here while I stay Sin clair with a hand on the portiere was moving from the doorway into the nected through a curtained door with tho shop McCloud sat ono day alone eating his dinner Marlon was in front serving a customer McCloud heard voices In the shop but gavo no heed till a man walked through the curtained doorway and he saw Murray Sinclair standing before him A stormy interview with Callahan and Blood at tho Wickiup had taken place just a week before and McC ud after what Sinclair had then threatened though not prepared felt as he saw him that anything might occur Mc Cloud being in possession of the little room however the initiative fell on Sinclair who looking his best snatched his hat from his head and bowed ironically My mistake he said blandly Come right In returned McCloud not knowing whether Marlon had a possible hand in her husbands unex pected appearance Do you want to see me T I dont smiled Sinclair and to bo perfectly frank ho added with studied consideration I wish to God I never had seen you Wellyouve thrown me McCloud YouVQ thrown yourself havent you Murray From your point of view of course But McCloud this Is a small country for two points of view Do you want to get out of it or do you want motoThe country suits me Sinclair Here rpom McCloud In a leisurely way rose with a slightly flushed face and at that juncture Marlon ran into tho room and spoke abruptly Here the silk Mr Sinclair she exclaimed handing to him a package she had not finished wrapping I meant you to wait In the other room It was an accidental intrusion turned Sinclair maintaining bis irony I have apologized and Mr McCloud and I understand ono bettor than ever Please say to Miss Dunning con tinued Marlon nervous and Insistent that the band for her ridinghat hasnt come yet but should bo here tomorrowAs spoke McCloud leaned across the table resolved to take advantage of tho opening It cost him his life And by tho way Mr Ttliss Dunning wished me to say to you that tho lovely bay colt you sent her had sprung his shoulder badly tho hind shoulder I think but they are doing everything possible for and they think will make a great horse Sinclairs snort at the information was a marvel of indecision Was ho being made fun on Should he draw and end It But Marion faced him resolutely ho stood and talking in the most business like way she backed him out of the room and to tho shop door Balked of his oppor tunity he retreated stubbornly but with the utmost politeness and left with a grin lashing his tall KO to speakComing back Marlon tried to hide her uneasiness under even tones to McCloud Im sorry he disturbed you I was attending to a customer and had to ask him to walt a mOo meat Dont apologize for a customer He lives over beyond iho Stone ranch you know and is taking some things out for the Dunnings today He likes an excuse to come in hero b cause it annoys me Finish your din nor Mr McCloud Thank you Im done But you havent eaten anything Isnt your steak right Its flne but that man well you know how I like him and how ho likes me Ill content myself with digesting my temper CHAPTER VII Smoky Creek Bridge It was not alone that a defiance makes a bad dinner sauce there was more than this for McCloud to feed on lie was forced to confess to him self as ho walked back to the Wickiup that the most annoying feature of the incident was the least important namely that his only enemy in the country should be Intrusted with com missions from the Stone ranch and be carrying packages for Dlckslo Dun ning It was Sinclairs trick lo do things for people and to make himself useful that they must like first his obligingness and afterward himself Sinclair McCloud knew was close in many ways to Lance Dunning It was said to have been his influence that won Dunnings consent to sell a right of way across the ranch for tho new I Is the Silk Mr Sinclair I though Is re another it If Sinclair it It as having so Crawling Stone line But McCloud felt It useless to disguise tho fact to himself that he now had a second keen interest in the Crawling Stone countrynot alone a dream of a line but a dream of a girl Sitting moodily in his office with his feet on the desk c few nights after his encounter with Sinclair he recalled her nod as she said goodby It had seemed the least bit encouraging and he meditated anew on the only 20 minutes of real pleasurable excitement he had over felt In his life tho 20 minutes with Dlckslo Dunning at Smoky creek Her intimates he had heard called her Dickslo and he was vaguely envying her Intimates when the night dispatcher Rooney Lee opened the door and disturbed his reflections How is Number One Ilooncy called McCloud as if nothing but tho thought of a train mcvement over en tered his head Rooney Leo paused In his hand he held a message and he faced McCloud with evident uneasiness Holy smoko Mr McCloud heres a ripper Weve lost Smoky Creek bridge Lost Smoky Creek bridge echoed McCloud rising in amazement Burned tonight Seventyseven was flagged by the manual the pump stationThats a tloup for your lifer ox claimed McCloud reaching for the message How could it catch llret Is It burned upt I cant got anything on that yet this came from Cauby Ill have a good wire in a few minutes and get It all for yon Have Phil llalley and Hyde noti fied Rooney and Rued tad Brill Young and get up a train Smoky Creek bridge I By heavens wo are ripped up tho back now 1 What can wo do there Rooney lie was talk Ing to himself There isnt a thing for It on Qqds earth but switchbacks and flveporcent grades down to the bottom of the creek and cribbing across it till the new lino Is ready Wire CaJIahan and Morris Blood and get everything you can for mo before we start Ten hours later and many hundreds of miles from tho mountain division President Bucks and a companion wcro riding in tho peace of a Juno morning down tho beautiful Mohawk valley with an earlier and illustrious railroad man William C Brown The three men were at breakfast in Browns car A message was brought in for Bucks Ho read It and passed it to his companion Whispering Smith who sat at Browns left hand The message was from Callahan with the news of tho burning otSmoky Crook bridge Details were few because no one on the west end could suggest a plausible cause for tho fire What do you think of It Gordon demanded Bucks bluntly Whispering Smith seemed at all times bordering on goodnatured sur prise and In that normal condition ho read Callahans message He was laughing under Ducks scru tiny when ho handed the message back Why I dont know a thing about It not a thing but taking a long shot and speaking by and far I should say it looks something like first blood for Sinclair ho suggested and to change tho subject lifted his cup of coffee Then it looks like you for the mountains tonight instead of for Weber and Fields retorted Bucks reaching for a cigar Drown why have you never learned to smoke CHAPTER VIII I The Misunderstanding- No attempt was made to minimize the truth that the blow to the division was a staggering one The loss ot Smoky creek bridge put almost 1000 miles of tho mountain division out of business Perishable freight and tlmo freight were diverted to other linos Passengers were transferred lunches wore served to them In the deep val Icy and they were supplied by an in genuous advertising department with pictures of tho historic bridge as it had long stood and their addresses were taken with the promise of a picture of tho ruins Tho engineering department and the operating depart ment united In a tremendous effort to bring about a resumption of traffic Glovers men pulled off construction were sent forward In trainloads Dan clogs linemen strung arc lights along tho creek until the canyon twinkled at night like a mountain village and men In three shifts worked elbow to elbow unceasingly to run tho switch backs down to tho creek bed There by cribbing across the bottom they got in a temporary line McCloud spent his days at the creek and his nights at Medicine Bend with his assistant and his chief dispatcher advising counseling studying out trouble reports and steadying wherever ho could the weakened lines of his operating forces Ho was getting his first taste of the trials of tho hardest worked and poorest paid man In the operating department of a railroad the division superintendent To these were added personal an noyances A trainload of Duck Bar steers shipped by Lance Dunning from the Crawling Stono ranch had been caught west of tho bridge tho very night of the fire They had been loaded at Tipton and shipped to catch a good market and under extravagant promises from the livestock agent of a quick run to Chicago When Lance Dunning learned that his cattle had been caught west of the break and would have to be unloaded ho sworp up a horse In hot baste and started for Medicine Bend McCloud who had not closed his eyes for 60 hours had just got into Medicine Bend from Smoky Creek and was sitting at his desk burled In a mass of papers but ho ordered the cattleman admitted- Ho was in fact eager to meet the manner ot the big ranch and tho cousin of Dlckslo Lance Dunning stood above six feet In height and was a handsome man In spite of tho hard lines around his eyes aa he walked in but neither his manner nor his expression was amiable Are you Mr McCloud t Ive been here three times this afternoon to goo you said he ignoring McClouds answer and a proffered chairtThia is your office isnt lu McCloud a little surprised an swered again and civilly It certain ly is but I have been at Smoky Creek for two or three days What have you done with my cat Uel The Duck Bar train was run back to Point of Rocks and thecattlowere as1Ingthat done Why wasnt I notified Have they had feed or water All tte stock naught west of the bridge was sent back for feed and water by my orders It has all been taken care of You should have been notified certainly It is tho business ot the stock agent to see to that Let mo Inquire about it while you are hero Mr Dunning suggested Mc Cloud ringing for his clerk Dunning lost no tlmo In expressing himself I dont want my cattlo held at Point of flocks he said angrily Your Point of flocks yards aro in fected My cattle shouldnt havo been sent there Oh not Tho old yards where they had a touch of fever wore burned off the face of tho earth a year ago Tho now yards are perfectly sanitary The loss of tho brldgo has crippled us you know Your cattle aro being well cared for Mr Dunning and If you doubt It you may go up and give our men any orders you like In the matter nt our expense Youre taking altogether too much on yourself when you run my stock over the country In this way ex claimed Dunning refusing to bo placated How run I to get to Point of Rocks walk there Not at all returned McCloud ring Ing up his clerk and asking for a paaa which was brought back in a moment and handed to Dunning Tho cattlo continued McCloud can bo run down unloaded and driven around the break tomorrow with tho loss of only two daysAnd In the meantime I lose my market It Is too bad certainly but I sup pose It will bo several days before we can get a line across Smoky creek Why werent the cattlo sent through that way yesterday What have they been held at Point of Rocks for I call the thing badly managed Wo couldnt got the empty cars up from Iledmont for tho transfer until today empties are very scarce everywhere now There always have been empties hero when they were wanted until lately Tcerea been no hoad or tall to anything on this division for six months 1mIprfs810ngeneral1declared and If ycu keep on discharging the only men on this division that are competent to handle a break like this it is likely to continue Just n moment McClouds finger ruse pplntedly My failure to please anIemergencyfor comment your opinion as to lid way I am running this division is ot course your own but dont attompt to criticise tho retention or discharge of any man on my pay roll Duunlni strode toward him Im a shipper on this line when it suits ino to criticise you or your methods or anybody cJsca I expect to do so ho rctortod In high tones But you cannot toll me how to run my business thundered McCloud leaning over tho table In front of him As tho two men glared at each other Rconoy Leo opened tho door IlIa surprise at tho situation amounted to consternatlop Ho shuffled to tho corner ot tho room and while McCloud and Dunning engaged hotly again Roonry from the corner throw a shot of his own Into tho quarrel On time I ho roared The angry men turned Whats on time asked McCloud curtly Number One shoa in and chang ing engines I told them you were going west declared Rooney In so deep tones that his fiction would never havo been suspected Dunning to emphasize without a further word his disgust for tho situ atlon and his contempt for tho man agement toro into scraps tho pass that had been given him throw the scraps on the floor took a cigar from his pocket and lighted It insolence could do no more McCloud looked over at tho file patcher No I am not going west Rooney But if you will bo good enough to stay hero and find out from this man just how this railroad ought to bo run I will go to bed Ho can tell you the mlcrobi seems to bo working In his mind tight now said McCloud slamming down tho rolltop of his desk And with Lanco Dunning glaring at him somewhat speechless he put on his hat and walked out of the room It was but ono of many disagreeable incidents due to the loss of tho bridge Complications arising from the tieup followed him at every turn It seemed as if ho could not get away from troUt ble following trouble After 40 hours further of toll relieved by four hours of sleep McCloud found himself rath er dead than allo back at Modlclno Bend and in the little dlnlnt room at Marlons Coming in at tho cottage door on Fort street ho dropped into a chair The cottago rooms were empty Ho heard Marlons voice In tho front shop she was engaged with n customer Putting his head on the table to wait a moment nature as sorted itself and McCloud fell asleep Ho woke hearing a voice that ho had heard in dreams Perhaps no other volco could have wakened him for ho slept for a few minutes a death lika sleep At all events Dlckslo Dunning was in the front room and McCloud heard liar She was talking with Marlon about the burning of Smoky Creek bridge Every ono Is talking about It yet Dlckslo was saying If I had lost my best friend I couldnt havo felt worse you know my father built itI rode over there tho day of tho fire and down Into tho creek so I could look up where it stood I never howIwas work there Cousin Lance has often told meI sat down right on the ground and cried How times have changed In railroading havent thet Mr Sinclair was over Just tho olherjnight and ho said if they kept using this new coal In the engines they would burn up everything on the dl vision Do you know I have been wait Ing In town three or four hours now for Cousin LanceT I feel almost like a tramp He is coming from tho west with the stock train It was due here hours ago but they never seem to know when anything Is to get hero the way things are run on the railroad now I want to give Cousin Lance some mall before ho goes through Tho passenger trains crossed the creek over tho owltchbacks hours ago and they say tho emergency grades are firstrate said Marlon Sinclair on the defensive The stock trains must havo followed right along Your cousin Is sure to bo hero pretty soon Probably Mr McCloud will know which train ho Is on and Mr Lto telephoned that Mr McCloud would bo over here at three oclock for his dinner lie ought to bo here now Ob dear then I must gol But ho can probably toll you just when your cousin will bo In I wouldnt meet him for world You wouldnt Why Mr McCloud IK delightful Oh not for worlds Marion You know ho Is discharging all tho best ot the older men the men that have made tho road everything It is and ot course wo cant help sympathizing aIgiven all of his life to building up a railroad that bo should bo thrown out to starve in that way by now man agers Marion McCloud felt himself shrinking within his weary clothes Resentment seemed to have died Ho felt too ex Oh Mr McCloud Is It You hausted to undertake controversy even If It were to bo thought of and it was not- Nothing further was needed to com ploto his humiliation Ho picked up his bat and with tho thought of got ting out as quietly as ho had comb In In riling ho swept a tumbler at his elbow from tho table The glass broke on tho floor and Marlon exclaimed What is that and started for the dining room It was too late to Got away Mc Cloud stepped to the portieres of the trimming room door and pushed then aside Marlon stood with a hat la her hand and Dlcksle sitting at tho table was looking directly at tho Intruder as he appeared in tho doorway She saw- In him hor pleasant acquaintance of tho wreck at Smoky Creek whose name she had not learned In her Bur prise she rose to her feet and Marlon spoko quickly Oh Mr McCloud Is it you I did not hoar you come la- Dlcksios face which had lighted became a spectacle of confusion after sho heard tho name McCloud con sclous of the awkwardness of his po sition and tho disorder of his garb said the worst thing at once I fear I am inadvertently overhearing your conversation 110 looked at Dlckslo as he spoke chiefly because bo could not help Ittand this mado matters hooclcss The flushed moro deeply I can not conceive why our conversation should Invite a listener Her words did not of course help to steady him I tried to gut away he stammered when I realized I was a part of it In any event sho exclnmed hastl ly if you aro Mr McCloud I think It unpardonable to do anything like thatIam Mr McCloud though I should rather bo anybody else and I am sot ry that I was unablo to help hearing what was said I Marlon will you bo kind enough to glvo me my gloves said Dlcksle holding out her band Marlon having tried onco or twlcoIto Intervene stood between tho firing lines In helpless amazement Her ex clamatlons wore lost tho two before her gavo no heed to ordinary inter ventlon McCIouud flushed at being cut off but ho bowed Of course ho said If you will listen to no explanation I can only withdraw Ho went back dlnncrlcss to work all night but tbo uwltchbacks weroIdoing capitally and all night long trains were rolling through Medicine Bend from tho west In an endless string In tho morning tho yard was nearly cleared of westbound tonnage morningbrought worryhimselfono camo from Bucks telling him to mako ready for tho building of the Crawling Stono line McUoud told Rooney Leo that It anybody asked for him to report him dead and going to bed slept 24 hours TO BE CONTlNUSrU i + ra r u 0 0 I rj It Kentucky Items of Interest M BANK CLOSES ITS DOORS I First National of Burncide Dragged Down by Failure of Produce Company Burnslde IyThe First National bank was closed by the board of di rectors Until It could hear from the comptroller of the currency at Wash ington It In understood the Hunting ton Produce ft Feed Co Is a heavy borrower and when this firm became Lt Involved and assigned the directors of the bank decided they could no longer continuo Tho Huntington con cern claims to have quick uesots suf ficient to pay oft Its total Indebted ness and If such Is the caso tho de VI pcaltors will not lose a cent There IB already talk of reorganizing under row management Mr It D Qarrctt has been appointed receiver Local depositors are very much excited but remain In silence The I Inning on Produce tt Feed Co failed Including all branch offices at Moreland Worth vllle Carrolllon and Sparta Ky C W Stunrt its president refused to dis cuss tho companys affairs except that he hoped they would be able to con tinue with their business In a few Jays Stuart who U well known In Kentucky as a shrewd financier pur t chased the entire wool crop of the Kentucky Wool Growers Association hi May and contracted with Eastern buyers to take It off his hands at a handsome profit After tho passage ot tho new tariff law and tho ulurap 3n wool tho Philadelphia buyers re k fused to accept the wool and tho I produce company so jt Is claimed by Stuart now has tho bag to hold The bank has a capital of 25001 surplus and undivided profits 524 deposits JC9495 and resources of 91302 WILL HOLD PRIMARY ELECTION Democrats of Sixth Appellate District Will Nominate Candidate for I Judge NOV 2 Covlngton KyA meeting of the democratic executive committee of the Sixth appellate district of Kentucky was held hero W A Young of Row an county chairman ot the committee presided and A 13 Honaker of Iloone county acted as secretory It was do r cided to hold a primary election In tho district on November 2 1909 the diy t of tho regular election for the purpose of nominating a judge for this district 4 the election to lie held In November 3010 Jf on October IS but ono can dldato who has qualified has an nounced himself the chairman W A Young will on that dale call off the primary 7 NEW TROTTING RECORD For Yearling In Harness Made In Lou isville Lexington KylIn Stukos the yearling filly by Peter the Great out of Tlllle Thompson by Guy Wllkes bred and owned by Wl D Stokes of Now York proprietor of Patchen Wilkes atock farm and driven by Kd Willis tho colored superintendent ot Patchen Wilkes farm trotted a mllo In 219U here It Ian new worlds record for a yearling to harness TheI performance was over tho Kentucky Trotting Horflo Breeders association track and Is official MOONSHINE STILLS DESTROYED By Revenue Officers Who Make Sev eral Arrests VVBeatlyvlllo KyDeputy United Stntns Marahal William Mays Col i lector W T Short and Revenue Ageii Charles Duty arrived here with VII pant Slmms James Hardy Will Wil liam John Williams and Lee Bishop whom they had arrested on a chug of inoonRhlnlng Tim officers destroy ed three moonshine stills In Jackson r 0 and Clay counties with a lot of whisky 4and beer Lexington lyThe Central Ken 1 tacky Federation of Commercial clubs was organized hero at a convention of secretaries and representatives of some forty commercial organizations VI U M Swlnford was elected president and S II Clay secretary Ky Clarence Lebtu 14dent of tho Burley Tobacco so j ciety title and claim to thh i bonus of 10000 In addition to a yea 4f4 ly salary of f 15000 which was voted to him bytho district board at a meet I inq In Winchester June 9 last lKLexington KyTao Ministerial Union of this city Is planning to take n hand In tho forthcoming election of b county officers the Idea being to In t j dorse only those Irrespective of party adulations who declare themselves In favor of prohibition J NewllortKln n thrilling pistol duel within a stones throw of police headquarters a desperate but unsuc cessful effort was made by a man glv ing the name of It W Leroy to kill Detective Frank Morton New Castle KyThe eighteenth annual reunion of the Fourth Ken tucky cavalry C S A will bo held hero October 7 All tho old soldiers are expected to bo present ONE OF THE VITAL ISSUES Will Be County Unit Measure In the Campaign Preceding Election of November 2 Lexington KyThe antisaloon ole ment throughout the state intends la make tho county unit measure ono of Ih emost vital Issues of tho Campaign preceding the election on November 2 at which will bo named members of the next legislature and should there be a fighting chance for the passage of tho measure It is believed that it will be one of the first acts to be given important consideration after the Incom ing legislature Is organized Just now the antisaloon leaders aided by the ministers unions in tho various cities and towns are engaged in sounding the holdover senators who by reason of their length ot service will bo Im porlant factors In shaping legislation In tho next session of tho general as nembly as to their attitude on Iho liquor question and particularly the county unit bill which was defeated at tbo last session Candidates for rep resentatives and state senators In those districts where tho latter aro to be selected this November aro alsj being interrogated on this Issue and In many counties the voters have forxcd them to announce their plat form on the liquor question In advene beforo support was promised I SENATOR BRADLEY Opened Seventh Annual Kentucky State Fair at Loulsvlller Louisville Ky Under smiling skies and In the presence of a great assem blare ot 30000 persons gathered from all sections of tho commonwealth the seventh annual Kentucky State fair was declared opened by Senator Bradley M C Rankin president of tho state fair board presided over the fee tivities white other officers and proml nent men of the stale were gathered upon the platform In honor ot Ken tuckys premier event ot tho ycsr As sembled In gleaming array In tho big exposition houses aro products of a people of which tho state Is proud In the rings ot horses and cattle ot sheep and hogs were shown animals which ilval tho worlds best while tbo entire fair represents the arts and Industries of a community spread before the eyes of tho world that all may look and see I how great Is Kentucky Tho agricul tural exhibits tho handiwork of Ken lucky women and the big group ot In teresting concessions form a big pot lion of the show In each ot which the visiting thousands will find much pleas ure Nothing was lacking to snake the opening of tho fair a big success The grounds have been vastly Improved and the dusty thoroughfares which caused much inconvenience at the last exposition were as flue as macadam- Ized roadways The ugly bare spots of last year have given way to lawns of grass and flowers In tho ring dozens of satincoated Kentuck- thoroughbreds pranced with heath erect as fully conscious of their proud position In the fair as their admiring masters These alono were enough to hold the attention and stir tho blood r the many who witnessed the exhibits within the pavilion FARMERS TO MEET IN DRY RIDGE Grant County Farmers Institute Will Be Held There Oct 1 and 2 Dry Ridge KyA Fanners Insti tute will bo held In Dry Ridge Friday and Saturday Oct 1 und 2 Better methods ot farming fruit growing stock raising road building dairying poultry raising domestic science and kindred subjects will be discussed 1 y W D Nicbolstot Bloomfield a grail II ate of college of Lexington a practical dairyman and an uptodate farmer and by John Cl Blair of Car lisle an Institute lecturer ot wide ex perience and ono of the but qualified men on live farm topics In the state Louisville KyAllen n Foote pres- Ident ot the International Tax Confer once arrived hero to begin active work for the groat convention to be hell hero next Week Headquarters wore established and committees are busy arranging for tho meeting Louisville KyMre Annie Ueaant theosophist arrived In Louisville and was greeted at the train by local then sophists In a body She Is an author philosopher pupil of Madame Blavat sky and cno of the most noted Uteo sophist lenders of tho countr- yCovingtonIyMrs Edith MrAvoy a handsome young widow living on the Lexington plko near Hlchwood Station about 18 miles from Coving ton was arrested on suspicion of be lug the person who sot lire to tilt home of John Ilansler a wealthy farm er on the Lexington pike Covlngton KyTho llttlo commu nity of Richwood Station IS mlcs from Covlngton on tho Lexington pike Is highly wrought up over the burning of the homo of John Ransler a wealthy farmer and tho attempted destruction rf tho schoolhouse of the vlllano Warnings wero also received by sev eral neighbors of Ronsler to leave the vicinity In the next five days or tho torch would also bo applied to their houses A DEATH OF BISHOP McCLOSKEY Of the Catholic Diocese of Kentucky Oldest Bishop In Country In Age and Length of Service Louisville KyThe Kt Rev Wil liam George McCloskey bishop ot the Catholic diocese of Kentucky and tho oldest Catholic bishop In the United States both in age and In point ot continuous service died of the ail meats incident to old age The bishop was In his fiSth year He had been the head of the Kentucky diocese for 41 years and was honored and loved by Catholics and Protestants alike For some time the bishop has been in feeble health and performed his duties withsome difficulty Bishop McClos key was ordained a priest at Now York In 1852 and became assistant pastor of tbo Church of the Nativity in that city When the American cob legs In Rome was founded by Pope Plus IX Dr McCloskey was selected for the position of president Ho filled the place with ability for more than 23 years When a vacancy was caused In Kentucky by the death of Bishop Lavlalle Dr McCloskey was nomi nated for the place and was consecrated bishop of Louisville May 24 1SGS GREAT CROWD AT STATE FAIR In Honor of Louisville ant Southern Indiana Day Louisville ItyA trio of mayors those of the three Falls cities was the center of attraction at the State fait when the greatest crowd ot the season turned out In honor of Louisville and Southern Indiana day Mayor Grin stead Mayor Best and Mayor Flynn In an automobile headed a big parade which passed through tho live stock pavilion before cheering thousands GOY Augustus Wlllsons auto was tho second In tho pageant Following the parade he was hustled away to ad dress a convention of the Kentucky Sheep Breeders association The governor discussed the sheepgrowing In dustry and urged the members to take Immediate action to stamp out a Ills ease now prevalent which caused a quarantine PRECINCT CHAIRMEN ELECTION Of Burley Tobacco Society Will Be- Held Saturday Sept 25 Frankfort yTho election of pre cinct chairmen will be held at each voting precinct in the burley district on Saturday Sept 2Ji and every min who has pooled his tobacco Is eligible to vote In this election The executive committee of the Burley Tobacco society regards these elections CD Im portant as any work connected with the pooling of tobacco this year Men of energy Influence integrity and bust tress ability are requested to make the race for the chairmen and the tobacco foryLexington KyTwo mules belong tug to E G Thompson and affected under Iaralfveterinarians have been Instructed to make examinations of all stock as pre caution against spread ot the disease Winchester KyThe State Coun cil Junior Order of United American Mechanics elected as state councilor Chas C Green vice councilor J T Olbson treasurer L W Phillips con tuctor G B Maloney warden Ed Wcsterman London was chosen as next place of meeting Lexington Ky George Larrabce manager of the stock department ut tho Western and Atlantic Insurance Co with headquarterS In Nashville was arrested here at the instigation ut Dr Marshall P Robinson a local jjtiy slclan who charged Larrabee with hal- Ing obtained 50 under false pretenses Burbourvllle Ky Charles Scribne- was shot and Instantly killed It Is leged by his nephew James King Beth are colored King served two terms In the penitentiary and now stands Indicted for mule stealing bur glary and breaking Jail Louisville KyDr Melvin II Kbor er and Dr Frank O Young of Lexing ton wero beforo tho state board v health which mot here to hear charges of malpractice three charges having been preferred against each of the physicians Louisville Ky Daniel B Summers tt clerk at the Union Nations bank and member tf a prominent family was drowned In tine Ohio ilvcr under unusual circumstances Whother the care lit ono ot suicide or accident U not known Winchester KyThe State Council ot Kentucky ot the Junior Order ol United American Mechanics held itti annual meeting hero The number ol councils reported In tho state was 195 and the total number of members at a few less than 15000 Frankfort KyTbn Franklin count grand Jury was Instructed by Judga It L Stout to Investigate tho riot of September 4 In Craw in this city nni If the members of the state guard are responsible for the riot to Lndlct them t Paula Prisoner The Arrest Ssals Scliool LetIM for Oct 3 1909 Specially Arruiced for Tots Paper LESSON Tl TAct 2117S Memory verses Acts 2139 GOLDEN TEXTThou therefore endure hardness as a good soldier of Jesus Chrlit2 Tim 23 TIME Paul arrived at Jerusalem Fri day May 27 The feast of Pentecost was Saturday Mays The mob was dur- Ing the following week about Juno I PLACE Jeruiilem at the home of James or the meeting place of the church and In the Temple Courts Suggestion and Practical Thought The Reception to Paul by the Church of Jerusalem Vs 1720 Paul and His Company Paul did not come along to Jerusalem but was accom panied by Iuke his beloved physician we Trophlmus of Ephesus Acts 2129 and probably Arlstarchus of Thessalonlca Acts 272 Rendall thinks that all who are mentioned as beginning the journey with Paul Acts 204 continued with him to the end at Jerusalem thus adding to those mentioned above Sopater of Berea Secundus of Tbessalonlca Galus of Derbo Timothy of Lystra and Tych Icus of Epbesus Eh C21JTho number and character of these men have made an Impression on the Chris tians of Jerusalem The Gifts from the Gentle Churches were probably presented at this time Acts 2417 The First Welcome on the day they arrived was one of private and personal greetings which were expres slons of gladness after BO long a sep aration It was seven years since Paul had made any prolonged stay at Jerusalem Asa 15 The Impending CrlslsVa 2026 The settlement seven or eight years before by vote of the whole church at Jerusalem of the great question whether the Gentiles must keep tho Jewish laws and ceremonies In order to belong to the Christian church did not change the opinions ot all the Jewish Christians Large numbers of them were Intensely zealous for tho keeping pf the law for It was divine They bad heard vague rumors of Pauls teaching and conduct that he taught that not only the Gentiles but even the Jews need not keep the law of Moses Paul refused to set up his opinion against theirs In a case which did not Involve principle Paul Mobbed In the Temple Court Vs 2731- Some Jews from the region of Eph esus who bad been In conflict with Paul there or at least knew ot his teaching there saw Paul in the inner court where the Gentiles were for bidden to come They had also seen one of the Ephesian Gentile Chris tians walking with Paul around tbe city Putting these two facts togeth er they Imagined that Paul had brought this Greek Gentile within the forbidden court contrary to fact Anyone could enter the outer court of the Gentiles This cry aroused the whole Jewish crowd In the Temple courts The Jews laid violent hands on Paul dragged him out of the court of the women through the Gate Beau tiful then down the steps into tine Court of the Gentiles where they tried to kill him The 11e ueVs 3139 31 The chief captain was equivalent to our colonel ie captain over a regiment of n thousand men Ills name was Claudius Lyslos Acts 2326 Of the band A Roman cohort tho tenth part of a legion or about six hundred mop Centurions Captains of a hun dred Bound with two chains One from each of his arms to a soldier on each side of him compare Acts 126 This secured tho prisoner yet left him free to walk away with his guards when tho detachment was marched off He was borne of the soldiers No sooner had he got on tho stairs than tho mob matTe a rush for him but owing to his fetters he was carried along with the soldiers When tho top of the stairs had been reached Paul asked and was granted perm III sion to speak mauls Address from the Castlo Stairs Acts 21402223 Paul stood on the castle stairway chained sobdterrHo spoke In Hebrew with which all Jews were familiar Pauls address was courteous and conciliatory He showed how strong and active a Jew he had been Ho then gave the arguments and reasons which convinced himself and ought to convince them Ho had found the Messiah whom all Jews longed for The Jews listened to Paul till he spoke of his mission to tho Gentiles and then tho flames of their wrath burst forth like tbe fires of a volcano They cried out In their rage they rent their clothes they threw dust into tho airWithin tho Castle Tho Soldiers About to Torture Paul to Compel Him to Contuse Paul Saved by His Roman Citizen ship Acts 22 2429 Tho Roman commander ordered that Paul should be compelled by torture to confess his compelled by torture to confess his crimes While they were binding Paul hct asked the officer tf It was lawful for them to scourge a Roman citizen uncondemned The chief commander was tailed and learning that Paul wan a free born Roman citizen he at once stayed tho proceed- Ings pending further Inquiries which ho conducted In person The clrlm ot Roman citizenship was Instantly al lowed 1885 Berea College 190L FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of otit Over 60 iulnicters 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign coutries yf Largest college library ia Keatacky NO SALOONSy A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with otherlie himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress X Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures I library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loom and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science l ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2years to fit for business Even t a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gee man Algebra History Science ole fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wltH use ot laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching Firstailyear parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information P culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sarr for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with auy course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than be pays In This great deficit Is mado up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Boron In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuablo train Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winIIter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 a week Somo who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps Cooperatlve other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall anti 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot G teachers all our Instruction Is a freo gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 6 In Academy and Normal and 700 In Colle giate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL14 weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle of term 94- GWINTER12 weeks 2900ln ono payment 2850VInstallment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900 SPRING 10 weeks 52250in one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 676 SPRING 4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers nations 1645- REFUNDING examlIStudents who leave by permission before tbe atIterm receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for tlon of a week On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there Is a largo loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and tho Institution will refund only one oll of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before tho middle of a term will re celvo a certificate for onehalf the incidental foe paid which certlflcato will be received as cash by Berea Collego on payment of term bills by the eta dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is September 15 1J09 The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1915 For Information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY r That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see It Tho mountain people liko a good thing when they see it and to get a 7fi cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the inounr tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and Tho Citizen for 1125V Tlin brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it yon ought to have f t Teachers Department HELPS HINTS PROBLEMS Ptot C D Lewis and Prof Eo C Seale Editors I A Talk With Teachers I By Prof C D Lewis My Dear Rural Teachers earnr when you have taught reading and spelling and arithmetic and the Jt other common branches add kept a fair degree ot order on the play ground and in the house and it be that you have but it that mayI you have fallen far short of your Those thing done well constitute a great service to the state at large and to the community in which you work but you can not do your share in uplifting the world it you stop thereOne td of the many ways in which cJyou may servo your country is by chlng the children in your school to bo clean and orderly and make them love orderliness and cleanliness yourIot paper Do you sweep the dirt I out the door and a few feet away and stop Do you allow the school grounds to be made unsightly by pa per or any other clutter Do you allow weeds to grow to tho very door and thrive only where trampled down If you do any ot these things you are sinning against the childhood given Into your care It is so easy to look after these things if you will only try Do not do it yourself be the Inspiring and guiding spirit and the children will do the rest It the children lovo you all will go well for love means respect and trust as well walk to them about how fine a clean floor and grounds look and then ask their aid Appoint a boy and girl each day to be floor inspector and let them look after paper on halt bt the house mfeach day Appoint only such as have had good lessons and have been orderly You can by tact make the r iTHE FARM I Fruit Farm I By Prize Essay of Last years Horticul I ture Class i As I look in the faces of so many 1Inte11fugent farmers I wonder how many of you have a good apple orchard I I oh your farm how many of you have I I a strawberry patch a grape vineyard I or a raspberry patch All of which I make the most healthful food there buyfruitsj still worse go without them Is it not a fact that we mountain farmers I i are careless about the little things that pertain to tho happiness and welfare of farm life What a pleasant sight it is to go into the cellar j of a thoughtful farmer and see bins filled with choice apples and other I fruits and crocks of jams jellies and preserves He is the man who hits taken a few minutes from some pruningsprayingvineyard and cultivating the strawberries and raspberries Many of the mountain farmers think that the mountain section is a poor fruit country and that a man is wast Ing time and throwing money when he Is buying and setting out fruit trees Such is not the case It is a profitable business If do it carefully We cannot expect anything to grow In this days soil as well as It did fifty years ago When ourj fathers first cleared out a homestead and built their cabins in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky they could grow fruit by clearing away the timber nnd planting the trees No insects and no fungus diseases ever ruined the crop The soil was new and fertile the rain fell as It was needed and not in gully washers The frost scarce fruitIj now soil has been tilled until very poor the timber has been taken away andI the rain comes in floods and the des troying frosts are moro common The I trees are subject to many kinds of and Ithetorgrow proper prun lug spraying and fertilizing it will not be long until there will be no good fruit We should not expect apple trees to grow where corn will not the I fruit tree needs food as well as corn manytarniersset them on some poor land that would not sprout black eyed peas and then grumble at the nursery for selling poor trees To raise trultj successfully takes more intelligence t Ik S411h office one of honor and much to be desired At the close of the day le each make a report In regard to how the various pupils have cared for their scraps if it seems wise to soFor the grounds It may be boat to appoint one or two to watch not only the scattering of paper and other trash but to look after the general order of the grounds lie or she ma be called a ground monitor This all means a spirit of cooper atlon one of the finest things you can secure for your school and com munityThe weeds and brush may havo to be treated in a different way Have your trustee call a neigh borhood working if he will Lethe t call be for men and women to wash windows scrub the floor and woodwork mow and rake the yard burn trash repair house and fence etc If possible have people bring their dinners and in the afternoon give a special program for the enter tainment of all It you cannot do that have a working day for the school and yo will interest tho children and mak their parents ashamed If you do these things you will certainly b getting into the lives of your peopl- in a way that will count much for good HARD PROBLEMS 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 correct solutions will be printed Try your hand It is not so easy as it looks How many square Inches of gold leaf are required to cover the surface of a cube whose diagonal Is 3 inches E C Seale I on the Clark Wilsonand away we work We must first consider tho needs of the orchard put it on rich fresh soil If on bottom land tho soil must tib drained well if on a hill It should be located on the north slope earlyInot cause to open too soon and thus bo killed by the late frost After the orchard is set out we must go over it every spring before the sap rises and cut UmbsIthat are crowded Then when the leaves get out spray the trees with limeIThis will kill the caterpillars worms bugs and better the result of which Is scrubby and knotty apples Did you ever think how much ownIfor table use than to buy them IHow much easier it is for the wife to get a good dinner when she has plenty of fruits than It is when she has ISmall fruits such as strawberries and raspberles ae seldom grown and cultivated on the mountain farm We think we havbno time to bother with them The mountains of Kentucky will produce fine fruits and they should be raised for home use and for market Perhaps some one will say We cannot use them This is not soil They can be readily sold we will take them to town This is ono trouble with we mountain farmers we grow our crops and if someone does not come around and buy them we think they cannot bo sold townIpeople that want them Many families in town do without a great deal of fruit because they cannot get it- Farmers of Kentucky it is a shame neighborecan grow them ourselves much cheap erThen let our motto be We will buy no more canned goods but will raise our own delicious fruits was glad to see the Boone TavernOman with his rig at the station said a everytrtlnTheory and Practice My dear you can go to schoolI goingtowait for you at the Blue Rock over IegendeDlatter Value of Sun Bath A sun bath la of more value to thetire OUR WESTERN TOUR f 0 No J The Seattle Exposition In the above title for beIIItUeInterest Since my last Mrs Dodge and I have traveled fully 800 miles- t by taU In the wonderful diversified state of Washington It the Father ot his Country with prophetic eye could have chosen for a namesake a slate which 6y Its wonderful growth should honor his memory he could not have done better than to select the one In which we have passed the last ten days We have reveled In ythe beauties about the falls ot the Spukane Wo have seen the largest orchards of our lives at Wenatchlo where orchard land has been sold for over two thousand dollars an acre We have crossed the Cascade Moun thins going by turns In tho direction of all points of the compass along rushing torrents and lovely wa terfalls some times looking tar down upon the track which our train had traversed long before We spent a day in a steamboat ride from Seattle by Victoria and return and in not ing the oddities of that Capital City of British Columbia where drivers I of teams turn to the left and where an apparently veracious Informant stated that stores closu at noon for touresteof the city In Spokane we visited Byrone Beerea in 1906 We took a special trip to Door Park and spent six delight ful hours with Rev Perry F Shrock and wife formerly our dear Lucy O VanHorne In their three years there they have brought about the erection of an institutional church cost line 9000 though the town now has only one thousand people It has a reading room separate rooms for the Sunday school classes and is the feature of the town At the Exposi tion we met Rev Hlllls whose daughter Joy formerly attended Berca Col legs now a resident of Seattle As I write this on tho train about to cross the line Into Oregon Mrs Dodge is having her part ot the pleasant I visit which it is our good fortune to have with Elizabeth Marsh who goes to Portland on the same train with usAll of the above scarcely pertains to my subject As a whole the Seattle Exposition is a success I attend ed the ones at Philadelphia Chicago St Louis and Buffalo All except the last named were larger than this but none of them can be accounted more successful as regards the end In view I am able to recall thlrtytwo public buildings which I visited of course some of them quite hastily On the west side of the grounds along the socalled Pay Streak there are forty or fifty special attractions de mantling a special fee many of IItohave never attended a great Exposi tion nor to those familiar with their general features would a detailed description be profitable There Is a whole university in such a fair with a course many times exceeding in length the duration of any human life Some single buildings afford opportunity for investigation beyond the power ot one man to accomplish Only by having a special preparation and by possessing a peculiar native adaptation could one master certain departments at all For instance none but a trained machinist lo prepared to gain any substantial good from an insepctlon ot the multifarious machines with which Machinery Hall is crowded If I were to fill the columns of The Citizen wita brief references to things which challenge attention I should give but a poor conception of tho scope of the Exposition There Is tho tireless fountain throwing wa ter forty feet in the air Tho cas codes consist o nix distinct waterfalls symmetrically arranged In tho Government Building are cannons CO feet long cut In lengthwise to show tho interior There is the old wagon which served Gen Thomas as a sort of headquarters during the war Wo find in wax 32 lifesize figures show ing tho garb and accounterments of those who servo in different ranks and arms of tho government military service each with his individual fa cial expression Back of tho Forestry Building lies a hewn timber four feetlongInches square and one hundred and eighty feet long In another place is a weather map fifteen feet square showing each morning the weigh of the air the temperature and the direction of the wind with weather prospects all over the United States But I may as well stop with these eight random pebbles picked up as I pass through the spacious grounds Were I to load myself down with- the tens of thousands along tho way both you and I would be moro wearied but scarcely the wiser The central point of the Exposition is to exploit the west especially the state of Woslilngon and the city of Seattle The point is abundantly made Besides State and other buildings a halt dozen counties of Washington have their separate buildings vege tables of wonderous size and fruits of remarkablo size and beauty as well- I face us at every turn We are told that the climate is ot the most agreeable and healthful As wo wetcheeks of the lassies and the elastic step of all we cannot gainsay H- Our last day at tho fair was Seattle Day Sept 6th Listening to PresI- dent Chllborg ot tho Exposition to the Governor and tho Citys Mayor and especially to the moving eloquence of U S Senator Sam II Piles I do not dispute the assertion that Washington Is the coming state and Seattlo named from a friendly Indi an chief a city of destiny It already claims 300000 Inhabitants and 117 213 entered the Exposition gates on that crowning day I am now considering the question in what county of Washington to make my future homo and to grow up with the coun try LeVant Dodge EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued from last page Brushey Branch and another one near the mouth of Buffalo They also took threeprisonersESTILL COUNTY LOCUST UUANC1I Locust Branch Sept aThe Revs Winkler and Combs closed a series of meetings last night with about 20 additions Protracted meetings will begin at Station Camp next Sunday COrn cutting and sorghum making an all the go now Whooping cough Is in the neighborhood and is keeping several children out of school Uncle D W Gentry visited Colum bus Cox Saturday Miss Lllllo Kelly who has been visiting in Illinois for a few months has returned home Tho Teachers Association will be held at Parks school Saturday Sept 25th with the following program Invocation Murrel Willis Welcome AddressE Oglesby The Work of the Teacher in the Community E O Witt Jas Wolfln burger ResponsoJ H Richardson Tho Purpose of the Association T J ToddMusic The Drawbacks of a School E S Lapd Robt Flynn Tho Purpose of Our Common School SystemLogan Miller Causes of Nonattendance H Masters Mary Moores MusicCooperation of the Teacher nnd ParentNoJ Tuttle 1230 Dinner on the Ground Music The Teachers CallingS L Car penterDoes It Pay to Invest in Schools C Miller The Evil Effects of NarcoticsDr A Land Debate Resolved That Bachelors should nol pay School Tax Affirmative T J Todd Jas Wolf In burger Negative N J Tuttle J H Rich ardsonMusic 1VAOKKSVIIIK Wagersville Sept 23Mrs Jeff Wagers who has been sick Is very much Improved Mrs A E Scrlvner come home Friday of last week after an extended visit with relatives in Richmond and Berea Mr Albert Tevis of Moberly was among friends here Saturday and SundayJ B Wagers is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Simp Warford and children wore the guests of Mrs Wafords parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers Saturday and SundayDr Edwards ylslted home folks at College lull last week The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Flynn Is very sick HTATION CAM Station Camp Sept 20The protracted meeting commenced at the Station Camp Chrsltlan church Sun day and will continue all this week Bark and tie hauling are being exten sively carried on here nowJ W Wagers is on tho sick list this week Miss Winnie Moores who is very ill with fever is improving a little at this writing Mrs WHile Wagers of Richmond is visiting on Station CampA S A Wilson of Richmond wac among friends on our creek last weekMr and Mrs Jerry Fowler of Drip Rock visited their daughter Mrs Butler Spivy of our town recently Dan McQueen and wife returned from Hamilton Ohio a few days ago Simp Hunt of Irvine was shot a few days ago by a man named Anderson It is reported that Hunt died the second day after the shooting Anderson gave himself up and was lodged In jail at Irvine Mrs Henry Spencer of Kan S 8Mrs Martha and Clara Reeves Mr Henry and Eb Reeves wero the guests of C H Click and family Wed nesday Mrs Reed Witt of Witt died Friday from consumption Inter ment in the Gumm cemetery near Blue Banks She leaves a husband and several children and many friends to mourn their loss Whooping cough t lis raging thru this country now and is reported that small pox Is in the vicinity ot Drip RockW L Rice of Rice Station bought a boundary ot timbered land on Possum Run In the northern part of Estlll County and put a 1600 mill In there to cut ItJeff Scrivner of Irvine who tloIper tie delivered on the creek bank Joe Henderson and Mlllard Daniels havo gone to Possum Run to log for IV L Rico Miss Bertha Daniels and Mr Cleveland Winkler were quietly married at the home of tile bride last Thursday They will make their home on Crooked Creek LEE COUNTY IKIflllTON Leighton Sept 20We are having some tine weather nowMr Congle tons family are recovering from ty phoid Services were held at the Sparks cemetery Sunday conducted by the Rev Sherman Robins of Patsy the Rev Bllllo Wells of Wagersvllle tho Rev Thomas of Holdlesburg Joe Ward of Wind Cave the Rev Felix Pence of Leighton the Rev Frank Robinson of near Wagersvllle John Griffin went to Jackson Breatuitt Co to attend Federal court as a wit nessMr Jeff Rader and Miss Mary Sparks were quietly married Sept 9 We wish them a long life of happi ness Services were held at Mr Jas Gnbbards Sunday conducted by the Rev Ellsha Isaacs and Mr Roberta with three additions to the church Bern to the wife ot John Griffin a fine boy CLAY COUNTY 1IUUNINO HriUMflS Burning Springs Sept l9Everyb- ody enjoyed the association hold at Burning Springs last week Mr Eli jah Hart and sister Vlrglo were vis iting Mary Clarkston Sunday Mr G W McDaniel Is home from an extend partlljSorghumnow Miss Lllllo Baker came home today after visiting friends on Had weekr1Harrisonbest girl In Laurel County Sunday Congersvllle III Letter Congersvllle III Sept 1KWe are having pleasant weather hero now Farmers are busy cutting cornI1 M Robinson in having rtlte a bit of his last years corn shelled Mrs S E Hurley postponed her visit to Kenj tuoLty and is visiting in this communi ty owlIessrs Harry Burtln and Ernest Baker have just returned from a trip to Chicago Sudlo Emintt and Arthur Kelly spent lost Saturday and Sunday at Ed Alexanders James Clemmons and family were the guests of Bradley Alexander last Sun day Quito a number of people spent tho day at B Kindreds last Sunday Little Earl tho son of Leslie Reels was bitten by Mr Kindreds dog last Sunday Ho was taken to the doctor who took two stitches In the place just under the lower jaw He Is getting along nicely- Hamilton 0 Letter Hamilton Ohio Sept 20The But ler County Fair will be held the first week in October Tho public schools opened hero last Monday with j the largest enrollment ever the school i X I buildings are named after the Uni i ted States presidentsThe funeral tservices of P 0 Conkling wero held w here Saturday afternoon and were con ducted by Rev E W Abbey of New York former pastor of the First placeied the servicesMiss Dickey Presl l dent ot the Y W C A Is conduct Ing a Bible class at noon hour in the week1Orders f policemen of Hamilton to not leavet I their places of duty until relieved 7 These orders have been disobeyedF1Quite a large delegation fling to attend tho Centennial of theItChristian Disciples church to te held In Plttsburg Pa In October r It Is announced by tho Board of Pub lie Service that Hamilton will get natural gas by Feb 1 1911tIra Frank Durham and her grandmothers DeArmond called on Mrs M Gabbard Friday afternoon Mrs Durham Its an old Berca College student a i to Geo Roberts who is wellPknown in Borea Mr P M Reynolds I visited his son W P Reynolds in Hamilton last week Mr Reynolds p lives at Colllnivtlle Ohio Now side walks aro being laid on Prospect Hill bulldlngjal80and graveled Generally Needs Assistance Tho man who never crosses a bridge V until ho reaches It Is likely In the end to have to get somebody to help him y let tomorrow take care of Itself V j Unjust Bargains Condemned ft There Is no worse species of usury than an unjust way of making bar a gains where equity Is disregarded on both sides All bargains In which one party strives to make gain by tho lost a of the other are here condemned Calvin v AND fCHAN l sLSCrInsttnstaaItKILgN Lisa tUut cUttfkttjr UM 4fsmak fWlrklw bfta wry In H to MM ihuptpn IIMiitM rPumpton Put Co 4DCKMSI Bortta MM Ihntnc mxvtw twita AH INI AN- fHT1tIIHY1I3ItlIrkur sT Ir pr Ie ct P Itoto 1 s t 6 i- II ar r swnt tf ifn- AmirlcinPKatofrnhy j t fil z ERIC RAP1y Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACKDRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputatIon of this old reliable medIcine for constipation indigestion and lIver trouble Ie firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It Is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN W Oatmeal is the Cereal beefsteak It is the very thing that produces the finest meat on cattle But why not take youram- eat at first hand or rather the meat elements r Why wait until it has passed through the tissues of a living animal Dont eat it secondhanded eat it in oatmeal itself in the form of I Mothers Oats SIZESMOTHERS Theyre the beat that you can buy Theres a reason why you should irubt upon them When you ask for MOTHERS OATS refuse others oats theres a difference j Ask your grocer about the wonderful 5375 Fireless Cooker given free to users of Mothers Cereals They are Mothers Oat Mother Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of the wheat Mothers Hominy Grits Mothers Com Flakes toasted Mothers Coarse Pearl HomIny Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today giving his tame and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir N THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MOBB OATMEAL MILLS THAN Apr OTHER ono cores X i y I AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO J PITTSBURGH ALDANY ST LOUIS I i T YOU HAVE HAD SOME SUCCESS YOURSELF YOU KNOW HOW HARD YOU to WORKED FOR IT HOW CAREFULLY YOU PLANNED IT YOU KNOW THE ONLY RE CEI T FOR IT IS TO DO SOMETHING BETTER OR SELL SOMETHING BETTER OR jtJMORE QUALITY FOR THE SAME MONEY THAN ANYBODY ELSE ON THIS BASIS 1 ALONE WE ASK FOR YOUR BUSINESS vsI f W L DOUGLAS SHOES GODMAN SHOES AND FAIRFIELD SHOES ARE MADE OF i SOLID LEATHER ALL THE WAY THROUGH WE SELL AND GUARANTEE THEM f t THEY COST YOU NO MORE THAN OTHERS BUT THEY ARE BETTER- IFi YOU ARE GOING TO BUY A SHIRT OR COLLAR SAID TO BE JUST AS GOOD v AS A MONARCH OR ARROW BRAND YOU HAD BETTER COME AND BUY THE MONK k t ARCH OR ARROW BRAND THEN YOU KNOW IT IS GOOD II THE FULLEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF DRY GOODS NOTIONS NECK WEAR AND CLOTHING IN THIS END OF THE COUNTY I Glo to COYLES 0 r BEREA KENTUCKYI tYOU PAY LESS OR GET MORE e e s e9e e e oeoeoo 4eo11 Berea and Vicinity i GATHERID FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- Sol1o o s o oro eo o e a eoooeoeoeoooU DR BESTtI DENTIST CITY rots lag OFFICE OVIR POST OFFICE L ft N TIME TADLE NORTH BOUND Knoxvlllo 6iO a m 1100 Po m BEREA 129 p 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 Knoxrllla 700 p m 660 a m EXPRESS TRAINS Stop to let oft or take on patwngcn from boyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 815 a mi BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 450 p m Cincinnati 835 p mI Golden Grain Hour always rellablo sold by R J En leiFOR SALE Thrco lots at tho and of Elder Ave Berea Ky Will bo sold separately or as a whole It 011 to write for prices at onceIAddress James M Racer 9601 Macon Aye Cloveland Ohio Mr and Mrs Abljah Wilson of Irvine visited at Jt Q Scrlvnera and Rev J W Parsons last week Mr H Muncy has sold his mill which was located at Sand Gap to Mr Sam Coylo at Jackson Breathltt CountyGo W J Tatum for fresh groceries and fruits of all kinds Mr and Mrs Will Duncan of Clu clnclnnatl are visiting their parents Loto this weekIi Mm Llzzlo Golden and daughter suesls1otEvery body is invited to come and bring a friend to our millinery open- Ing Oct 1 and 2 Mrs S R Baker Mrs James Coylo and wlfo of Big Hill visited friends in town tho first of tho week Mr O W Hart who has been away from Borca for several years Is visit ing friend and relatives hero now FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain in good condition Apply to J J Greenloaf Asolgnoe Richmond Ky Mr and Mrs James Simpson of Monticello arrived Sunday for a visit with Mrs SImpspna parents Mr and Mrs T A Robinson Mr and Mrs Clove Woolf aro being I I visited this week by their mother Mrs Carter We have a handsome line of ready made suits and skirts Call at our store and see what a nlco suit you can get for a very small sum of money Mrs S R Baker Howard Gamble left for his home in Purcell Okla Monday afternoon Mrs Fortys Every body is moat cordially Invited to attend our fall opening Oct 1 and 2 Mrs S n Baker Revival services will be held at tho Narrow Gap church house begin ning Sunday and extending through next week On Sunday night Prof J W Dlnsmoro will give his famous lecture on Ten Nights in a Bar Room Illustrated with tho stereopticon Mr 0 G Ramsey now of Flat River Mo but formerly of this place is visiting friends and relatives hero for a month and was a pleasant visitor in this office one morning He will mako a trip to Clay County to visit friends and relatives there dur lag his visit to Kentucky Stop a minute and think but ItI will take longer to see all the pretty now fall goods we will have on display at our opening Oct 1 and Z Mrs S R Baker FOR SALE House and lot on Jef I ferson Street Now flvo room dwell Mrs Sallle Fowler ling Alllo a Davidson who has been visiting her sister Mrs Bird Holllday has returned to her homo in LondonMiss Butcher of Font Hill Russel County stopped at Boone Ta Vera Wednesday till abe could cuter schoolBring all of your friends to our fall opening Oct 1 and 2 Mrs S R Baker Mr and Mrc H E Taylor Mr E M D Bracker and Mr F O Clark drove to Richmond Tuesday Mr Fred Mooro and Miss Lucy Azbill were quietly married Tuesday nightMiss Louise Brigham of Now York City a social worker visited one day- this week with Mrs Frost The very successful meetings which are being held at tho Baptist church will continue tho rest of this week All aro Invited There was somo little excitement Friday and Saturday nights over the street preaching by Mr H C Rico of HImyar Knox County who camoI hero to enter school but funds A subscription was raised j among generous citizens and he enabled to enter for tho year wasI Mr Bob Johnston of Pond Jackson County fatherInlaw of D N Welch was In town this week looking for a location with a vlow of moving in to educato his children deaden1frlteJelllco Tcnn The cornerstone of the proposed M E church will bo laid with appropri BIStrattonlaying at 200 p m We soil all kinds of feed coal ice cedar and locust posts and best Quall ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on the market Phone 169 Holiday Co Railroad St Berea Ky Distributor of the famous Red Band Brand Can dies and Salted Peanuts the best and cheapest guaranteed absolutely pure lOc per pound Shipped direct from factory Also best grade Chocolates at 20c per pound Dont take our Word for it Try them and decide for yourself Dont Hesitate But come to our Fall Opening October 1 and 2 1909 MRS S R BAKER 1ao 0 I College Items o 0 o HERE AND THERE 0- oooeeoa e o o o Miss Bess Rathburn a former stu dent is spending the fall and win ter with her aunt in Now York City Miss Bessie Lake who was in train ing at tfio Hospital in 1905 and who went to Youngstown Ohio to finish her training stopped at Boone Tavern the first of the week on her way to Youngstown after a vacation She has been very successful in her work having been oft only two weeks from cases since tho first of last OctoberWord has been received that Mr Q T Anderson a former student who has been in the Y M C A work at Corbin for several years was married about a month ago to a young lady of that city Miss Cora Marsh has returned to school She has been teaching for the past two years in a graded school in Kendall Wisconsin Miss Mildred Melsenheltor and Mr Everett Burrltt both former students wero recently married They are liv ing in Flint Michigan Miss Lola Johnson who was in school hero a few years ago is keeping house for a woman physician in ChicagoMiss Dora Christner a former stu dent is soon to be married Mr Rolla Hoffman of tho class of 1907 is attending a medical school In Battle Creek Mich With tho change of hours in tho College schedule comes a correspond- Ing change in the library hours Tho Carnegie Library will now bo open at 8 a m and closo at 12 Open again at 1 p m and close at 530 through the school year It will bo open during the vesper hour except on Saturday night and on Sabbath p m from 130 p m and 430 It Is not open at all thru chapel exercises or on Saturday a m S J Penix a well known former student was admitted to the bar at Salyersvllle this summer and is now unlverIsltyThe Berea Night held Saturday was a most delightful affair and was so well attended that tho Upper Chapel was crowded All students old and now seemed to enjoy them selves greatly and acquaintance pro gressed well The closing bell rang with the pleasure unabated and many good things unsaid and all adjourned to a feast of watermelon around a blazing fire outside COMBINATION SALE I On Saturday October 2 at 10 a m I wo will at the corner of Center and Main Streets Berea sell to the highest bidder any stock which anyone may wish to dispose of W P Prowltt Auctioneer Boone Tavern dining rooma dandy place for banquets prices reasonable t- WANTEDSuccess Magazine want an energetic and responsible man or woman in Berea to collect for renewals and solicit new subscriptions during full or spare time Experience unnecessary Anyone can start among friends and acquaintances and build up a paying and permanent business without capital Complete outfit and Instructions free Address VON Succesa Magazine Room 103 Success Magazine Building New York City NY BOYS GIRLS COLUMBIA BICY CetIpreI I outfit and circular telling How to Start Address Tho Bicycle Man 2931 East 22d Street New York City NY SALEI am leaving Kentucky IFOR sell 74 acres good land on j Wallaceton Pike good houso and barn will water near the house and three i good orchards I Ellhu Blcknell 113t Paint Lick KyI CrampsThousands of ladies suffer agonies every month If you do stop and think Is it natural Emphati cally and positivelyNO Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering 1 I TAKE CARD UI It Will Help You I suffered 9 years writes Mrs Sarah J Hos kins of Cary Ky I had female trouble and would nearly cramp to death My back and side would nearly kill me with pain I tried everything to get- rclief but failed and at last began to take Cardui- Now I can do my housework with ease and I give jOardui the praise for the health I enjoy Try AT ALL DRUG STORES GOOD FALL PLANTING IS DONE WITH h 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 and a Full Line of First Class Hardware I PARKER SCOTT PHONE 192 BEREA KENTUCKY t w WANT BIDS ON SIDEWALKS Sealed bids will be received at the office of The Berea Bank and Trust Co until twelve oclock noon Oct 2 1909 for the construction of concrete side walks In front of the property of those whose namea appear below and who failed to construct such walks before Sept 15th 1909 In accordance with the order of the Board of Trus tees of the Town of Berea Ky All walks are to be built In accord ance with specifications copies of which may be seen at The Berea Bank and Trust Co The Berea Nat ional Bank R H Chrisman E C Seale or L N Depot All bids must be accompanied with a good bond for tho faithful perform ance and completion of all work on or before Nov 1 1909 Tho cost of constructing these walks under this order will be as sessed against the property in front of which It is built and collected the same as other tax The Board of Trustees reserve the right to receive or reject any or all bids CHESTNUT STREET Burdette Chas King W T Hanson S G L N n R Co Burdett J Berea College BOONS STREET Burdette J Hardin Mrs Lou Jackson Mrs E J ADAMS STREET Poff P J Bowling M D Robinson A E Preston D A Preston Mrs Mary MAIN STREET Berea College ELLIPSE STREET Berea College i CENTER STREET Hall J W Hart Mrs J M Cornelison Mrs S West Mrs Sarah Cook n D Cornelius Dr P Evans Joe Wagers Jim Scrlvner Joe- VanWlnkle B F Adams Mrs Sallie Davis Miss Sallie PROSPECT STREET Dick 00 7 Corwin Miss E 1C Coddington Miss L K1 Gabbard Mike Pulllns D C Haley Jake- Blcknell Henry Herndon Dinsmore By order of tho board of Trustee of the Town of Berea J W Stephens Chairman G F Hanson Clerk WHICH ARE YOU LIKE Continued from Firit ragt trusted in God and at the end of five years ho had completed his college work and had not missed one term For eight weeks bo did not have two cents to write to his friends in Eng land Ho would not beg so ho did not write At the age of twenty five ho entered tho ministry The past ten years ho has had marvelous success He has completed his train Ing while he yet had strength to do a great work- Which of theso three fellows are you following All three of them would say to you if you have a desire for an education and have bare ly enough to see you thru one term START NOW You doubtless know of two boys who were in the country gether One decided to make moneyII while the other decided to go to school At the end of five years we look up these same two boys and find that neither have money but one has a good education whllo theI other is no better oft than he was five years ago At the end of five more years we again look up theso boys Tho one who stopped echool to make money is but little bettor off than when ho stopped school while his friend who went on to school has not only had much great er success in life but has prepared himself to enjoy life much better than his friend Two men stand gazing at the stars One sees nothing more than specks of light the other has studied astronomy and is prepared to receive a pleasure In his observation that his untrained friend knows nothing about REPUBLICAN CONVENTION A mass convention of the Republi can voters of Berea has been calledI to meet at the Public School House on next Wednesday night Sept 29 l Republican candidates for mayor po I lice Judge and six councilmen are to be nominated All legal Republican voters of Berea are urged to be present The meeting is set for 7 p m Standard time PURLOINED PARAGRAPHS A woman in at her best In happi ness a man in disappointment The fellow who cant stand pros perity should make way for those who never had a chance to try Philadel phia Record Dreams and desire are the frame y work of many a solid structure of success Despise them not Whether or not you are the architect of your own fortunes you haretneed of plenty of sand A SEPTEMBER SENTIMENT 1 Common Sense la the benzoate of 1 coda that keeps many a dispositiontfrom spoiling i Gain and Pain Gain Is according to painthey are twin brothers they resemble each y other so closely their most Intimate friends cannot tell them apartthe I I one plants tho tree the other cares i for it until the fruit Is matured FOR SALEHouse and lot In Berea Ky east end of Jackson Bt House is two stories has five rooms li four large clbsets and in good condi tion There is about an acre of ground a good well CO feet deep a new cistern trees and outbuildingsiThis is cheap at 1500 cash Write 4 to H M Shouse Marksburg Ky A Gwln And A Comin The Harrodsburg Herald says the 1 biggest trust on earth is tho country newspaper It trusts everybody gets cussed for trusting add if it busts for trusting gets cussed for busting And there you are Cut out this arti cle and send it to us with what you owe on subscription Students Need THE TEN YEAR PEN Fills Itself Cleans Itself Always Writes Never Scratches Never Leaks Guaranteed for Ten Years Price 250 to 1150 No Good Pen as Cheap No Cheap Pen as Good GEORGE G DICK Agent BEREA KENTUCKY Steel Web Picket Fence Chopper Than Wood n h The lowest priced good gardencatalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing JDelelbwx BUYYOURWOOL i IHIDES FURS GlesagGoldeare Dealers and can do better for merd1anlJReference Write lot weey rico lilt odd ship ping bi fmWII8t sBstree IIIIABELONIbrauHYreea2- 29E ueet SL LOUISVILLE tn 1 f The Citizen Afimllr aawspapsr for all that Is right n tru and Interesting a FnblUticd rnr Thurtdij it Bern Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO tIIDcorpOIted Minir Subscription Ratos FAYABL8 IN AOVAKCH oa Yell w i1M SU Month M Tara Month x send money by Post oakt or KiprrM Moicy 1I Ordrr Daft EetUured tarter or one oA twf Mat tamp The date ann your out oo label ahawa to- wbat date or itiMcrlptloa la paid IfltUao hinged within tbiec why situ rtorwm Balily ar- Hlulet number will b gtadlyuppltl If we oraaotlfirdline cheap with new tntxcrictlom led prompt renew U Send for Premium UK Liberal lets atria to any wbo abtaln nan Mbacriptlona for a Any one acndlatua IOM IX Marly can mler Tb CltU m fr4 Ire blmaelf fot one car ral as application I1o4nuIDIt ra4axo or I UMTOCKY IRESS AUSOCIATIOH some absorbing and disappointed r quarters it is suspected that the little princess of Orange is lookedon as more of a lemon Have you ever noticed that the man- I who adopts every health fad that comes along Is seldom a very well I man Show us a great man and we wjjl show you a man who was Just simply crazy to join a drum corps when he was a boy Graft being a Dutch word mean p Ing canal we are inclined to think that the graft on Mars must have been something terrible A Boston man was arrested for laughing at a womans big hat Bos ton considers tho size of those choP- ping bowls no laughing matter The automobile pays scant respect to Its venerable forerunner the bicy cle Frequently the arrogant chauf feur refuses to ullow the humble wheelman even six inches of space i when meeting him in a narrow road way In 1890 the consumption of cigars In the United States was 4000000000 In 1908 the total was just double or 6000000000 That represents a great deal of money to go up In emoke but it also shows that tho tobacco business Is enormous And ofAmcrlcan tobacco the growing of tho- weed is of importance agricultu rally China wants Americans to partic- Ipate in the new loan that is to be applied to railroad building and to the development of the resources ot the I empire The present wideawake rulers of the Celestial Kingdom are aware of the value cf disinterested American friendship and of the useful ness In their business of American ideas The first airing of the little Dutch princess brought good luck as the soldier who saw the royal baby and gave the heiress to the throne her first saluta was rewarded with a bank note It Is a happy augury that the Ifirst omclal act connected with th princess life was the cause ol honor to herself and happiness to others The precedent shoufd serve as a good one for her future reign The proposed tax on American t motor tourists in England of over 1 9200 even for a visit of a few days will result in cutting the tight little t isle out of many a motoring trips Itinerary And as American tourists are a very profitable European sum Mer investment tho shortsighted au thors of the tax will be the sorriest ot all If It Is Imposed The Idea in Europe apparently is When short of funds tax Americans more ways A wild coffee plant discovered In the Congo country Is being used with great success in Java where it thrives t In ground in which other coffee plants die or cease to bear The African variety Is very prolific and the taste and aroma of the berries Improve ar the plants grow older Ovcrcultlva A tlon like civilization seems to have a deenergizing effect It takes a little infusion of the wild at Intervals to keep things going I The United States war department wants a lot of young men with some engineering knowledge to help lay out the work of intracoastal waterwa improvements from Boston to Florida The young men are needed for sur veying and the duties involved will make good training for embryo en sincere Incidentally tho anounc ment indicates that waterway Improvement Is making steady progress and means much for tho future trans portation interests of the country England may now recover from the apprehension felt regarding attack by the upper route Reports from that country are to tho effect that an air snip has been perfected that surpasses anything of the kind In existence and it Is expected that a flight from Paris to London will soon be made The flying machine Is the property of an English company but was constructed In France The announcement seems tobo a sort of answer to the Zeppelin challenge a- 7t yr wt HITS AT COOK AGAIN PEARY INSISTS HIS RIVAL HANDED THE WORLD A GOLD BRICK STANDS PAT ON CHARGES Gives New Facts About His Discovery of the PoleSays He Will Leave the Controversy to a Competent Tribunal Battle Harbor Labrador Vli Marconi wireless telegraphy to Cape Ray NFCommander Rob ert E Peary consented Jto talk fur her concerning his successful dash to the north pole lie dwelt particularly upon the observations taken at the apex of the world and the move ments ot Harry Whitney the sports man of New Haven Conn who has been described as the bearer of records substantiating Dr Frederick A Cooks claim to have reached the pole April 21 1908 We took five observations prior to reaching the pole Commander Peary said Two of them were made and worked out by the late Prof Ross Marvin who prepared duplicate records In each case and duly signed the duplicate certificates To guard against accident I took one set of these pa pers and Prof Marvin took the other Took Observations at Pole When a distance of 125 miles from the pole the third observation was mado by Capt Bartlett who also signed the records and certificates In duplicate he retaining one set and I the other The fourth and fifth observations were made by myself the last being taken five miles from the pole proper Was there more than one observation taken at the pole and by whom the explorer was asked There were several observations he replied You must understand that the pole is a theoretical point without length breadth or thickness Its actual location depends on the accuracy of the instruments employed and the conditions under which the observa tlons are taken Declines to Answer You have stated Commander Peary that a copy of your records and polar observations was wrapped In a piece of a silk American flag and deposited in an Ice cavity at the pole did any person witness this actTo this question Commander Peary declined to make any answer at pres ent o Continuing Peary said that Dr Cook was expected by the world to submit to an impartial tribunal or board of arbitration a revised and au thentic signed statement ot his al leged discovery of the pole Dr Cook soon would reach the United States Commander Peary said and he was glad at the prospect of the matter be- Ing submitted for consideration at an early dateGave World Gold Brick Continuing the explorer said that 1e had stated In a private message tot friend that Dr Cook had given the world a gold brick This message had been allowed to leak out and while he would have preferred a more elegant expression lie was willing now to let these words stand because they were at least emphatic The ex plorer said also that he would turn over to a competent tribunal and the ohe servations made on his trip to the pole with all other information bear Ing thereon Peary does not care to exhibit these records at the present time for the reason that the Informa tlon contained therein If divulged in advance of the placing on file of Dr Cooks authentic and definite statement might be of advantage to the Cook partisans- It is rumored here that Commander Pearys brief will contain sensational statements and that a portion of his document was prepared as long ago as the early months of 1908 when let ters were received from Dr Cook InI Greenland giving notice that he Intended to make a dash for the pole Capt Bartlett intends to go to Cor nell university to study civil engin eering He displayed the flag of Newfoundland at 8753 north latitude and he enjoys the distinction of hav ing been nearer the north pole than nny other white man of the party ex cept Commander Peary He com manded Pearys last supporting party and shook hands with the commander and bade him goodby and good luck 127 miles from the pole Thinks Both Reached Pole Rome Sept 17Prot Mllosevltch director of the Royal observatory has bothystrongly rejects the supposition that either Is lying- I am sure said the director that Caryothat he was not the first to reach the pole Troops at Meeting of Presidents El Paso Tex Gen Albert L Meyer commanding the department of Texas at San Antonia ordered 3000 troops at Fort Sam Houston to entrain October 12 for El Paso to bo present for the meeting between President Taft and President Diaz October 16 Jail Sentence Stops Wedding Chicago Thomas Hammond whoa to have been married in a month was sent to jail by Judge Bcltler for stealing groceries tableware and clothing In order to start housekeeping MUTE TRIBUTE THE DOG WORLD HAS ITS HEROES lu TOOI IS WORLDS RICHEST WOMEN Mrs Harriman by Rail Kings Will Gets Whole Estate Drawn to Bequeath Such a Large Fortune New York Each of the 100 words In tho will ot Edward E Harriman Is estimated to be worth 1000000 to his widow Mary Wr Harriman and probably makes her the wealthiest woman in the world It Is perhaps the briefest will on record for tho disposal ot an estate of such magnitude All his property Is left to Mrs Harriman Wall street estimates that Mrs liar rlman will Inherit In realty and personal property between 75000000 and 100000000 Mr Harrlmans private fortune Is supposed to have been greater than this by many millions but there is reason to believe that his unmarried daughters Mary and Carol his mar rind daughters Mrs Robert Living stone Gerry and his two sons William Averell and Roland a boy of 14 together with his surviving sister Mrs Simons and other relatives have all been substantially provided for in gifts out of hand and trust funds set aside by Mr Harriman during his life timeThe will Is witnessed by Charles A Peabody president of the Mutual Life Insurance Company who drew It and C C Tegetboff Mr Peabody was Mr Harrimans close personal friend and was frequently a caller at Arden house during his last Illness Ho relinquished a law practice commonly estimated as worth 100000 a year to assume at a smaller salary the execu tive direction of a company in which Mr Harriman was heavily interested Mr Tegethoff was Mr Harrlmans per sonal secretary On Mrs Harrimans shoulders will now rest the management of the 43 000 acres of woodland pasture land and fertile black bottoms in the Ra mapo valley and on the steep sides of Tower hill the completion of the great house on which its master had already lavished 2600000 without living to see It finished and those plans of public benefaction parks and forest reservationswhich it is known that Mr Harriman cherished though he makes no mention of them In his willIf the estate measures up to expectation Mrs Harriman according to common estimate here is the wealthi est woman In the world Mrs Hetty Greens holdings have been estimated at 10000000 those of Mrs Frederick Courtland Penfleld who was Anno VYelghtman of Philadelphia at ISO 000000 and those of Mrs Russell Sage at a like amount BULLET IN BRAIN MAN LIVES WouldBe Suicide Discharged from Hos pital CuredSuffers No Dis comfort or Pain Washington With a 22callbor bullet Inbedded in the center ol his brain fired thero with sucldal Intent moro than two weeks ago Frank Blaine left the Casualty hos pital in this city discharged as cured He said he suffered no discomfort other than pains In the head and neck and he talked rationally at all times The surgeons at the hospital who have been observing Blaine very closely said they detected no ill effects from the bullet In his brain and It Is their belief that he will not suffer from It In future years An Xray photograph of the young mans head showed the bullet Imbedded In tho center of his brain Eight Die In Train Wreck Nashville TennAs the result of a Bead on collision between passenger train No 4 and fast freight No 51 on the Nashville Chattanooga Bs St Louis railway one mile west of Pe gram Station Tenn eight men were killed one seriously Injured and a number of others reported more or less hurt No passengers were killed The cars caught lire and several ot the victims were cremated Chinese Newspapers Are Suppressed Peking Tho regent issued a man date closing up two of the ablest Chinese newspapers In Poking the Kuo pac and thb Tntungpac because they published government telegrams In which the governor of Klrln dig cussed Japans military intentions Gompers Visits Milan Workmen Milan Samuel Gorapcrs president Df tho American Federation of Labor J W Sullivan of New York and David LubIn of California vlalfed workmens organizations herer YSb01 f TAFT UPHOLDS BALLINGER Takes Sides Against Plnchot and Orders the Discharge oft H Glavls Albany N Y President Taft hat uphold tho secretary ot the In terlor In his controversy with Gif ford Plnchot of the reclamation servo Ice and In the upholding has criticised the methods of Mr Plnchot to such an extent that it is expected that Mr Pincbot will leave tho government serviceIn the president orders the discharge of L H Glavls chief ot field division of thtf general land office Mr Glavls mado the formal charges against Mr Balllngcr that Mr Plnchol has talked of In his speeches on the Pacific coast He Is discharged for filing a statement unjustly Impeaching the official Integrity of his superior of ficers The president specifically exoner ates Secretary Balllnger from the charge of having used his office for personal ends The president says conservation must be carried on with In tho law Indicating clearly that In his opinion Mr Plnchot has been going beyopd the law FIEND SHOOTS THREE TOTS Two Are Slain and One Dangerously WoundedBlack Hand Bus pected of Crime Utica N YA crime for which there at present appears to be no ex planation although the Black Hand Is suspected was committed against three Italian children in this city They are Theresa Proclplo seven years old who was shot through the heart Fanny Infuslno six years old badly wounded In the left arm and Freddy Infuslno two and a halt years old shot through tho abdomen lie died later The two last named are the children of Erocole Infusino a grocer in Fleeckcr street and the lit tie girl who Is dead lived with her parents over Infuslnos store Thcreasa was Instantly killed and Fannie so seriously wounded that she could not carry her little brother with whom she sat all night patting his head and attempting to revive him There appears to bo absolutely no explanation as to why tho children were shot their parents declaring they know of no enemies NEW APPEAL BYPATRICK Again Sets Up Claim That Governor Had No Right to Save His Life Albany N YAlbort T Patrick who Is serving a life sentence in Sing Sing for the murder ot William Marsh Rico in New York In 1900 has filed notice of an appeal from a decision rendered by the appellate division die missing the writ of habeas corpus granted him by Justice William J Gaynor last February Patrick again claims bo Is confined Illegally and that Gov Higgins had nd right to commute his sentence from death to life imprisonment Thompson Buys Railroad Mexico City David E Thompson United States ambassador to Mexico who soon will resign has secured con trot of the Ian Amerlcun railway a line extending from San Geronimo to MarlscalAmbassador Thompson did not make public the purchase price but said that be would have tho controlling Interest in tho property ob- taIned by purchase 9600000 worth of the stock The line Is 244 miles in length Proclaims Self Shah St PetcrehurgA dispatch received hero from Teheran Persia says the pretender to the Persian throne Abdul HusEeln has appeared at Lurls tan and proclaimed himself shah He Is receiving the support of tho local populationThe has sent a detachment of troops with artillery to sup press him Four Elevators Burned Evansville IndA fire destroyed the flour mills and elevators of Iglo hart Brothers of this city Loss will probably reach 200000 The tire originated in one of tho stables whore 12 mules were cremated The loss la partly covered by Insurance Rob Post Office of 4000 Nectuib WIs Burglars broke into the Ncerwh post office blew open two vaults and secured about 4000 in stamps and money There Is no clew to the robbers t Jf1I STRONGHOLD OF THE INSURGENTS S Craved By Taft In Defending Payne BillCalla It Beet Tariff Act Ever PawU By Republican Congress Winona Unntn tho most Im portent utterance ho has nudo tuc hs occupincy at tho white house President Taft hei Frldsy night in a state which Is the hotbed of the Jt snrgi nl movement within the Republican party defended the Payne tulft bill is the best tariff measure ever im d by ix republican congress aitdhouco IM best tariff bill tho tcoplo svo have knownThe president nstcrtcd that Iho in surgcntR who voted against the Jill had abandoned the Republican party lynx It the duty of the members or congress who believed that the bill did not accomplish everything that It ought to accomplish to vote against It asked tho president I am hero to justify those who any swer this question In the negative 1 am not hero to defend those wJ o voted for the Payne bill but to support them To this statement the crowd In the opera house responded with a cheer which could bo heard far down iho street It was shouted by tho adhnr enta of Representative James A Taw ney of this district the chairman of tho house committee on appropriations who had been cn the defensive over since the dJr1lrnment of congress be cause ho did not xpto with Uio other members of the delegation from Mliv ncpotn both In the house and senate against the bill Mr Tawney met tho president at la Crosse Wla Friday afternoon and accompanied him to this city his home town UJiad ben reported for some time that the president Intended v defend Mr Tawney for hU party ros ularlty but there waj none to predict that the president would go as far as ho dd Friday night In characterizing tha position taken by tho Insurgent scna tore and representatives TWENTYNINE LIVES LOST When Steamer Castanla Went Down Eighteen Bodies Have Been Recovered Mobile AlaA graphic story nf a marine disaster which cost the live ol 2D persons when the steamer Nicolas Castanla en route from Havana to Clenfucgos foundered off the coast of the Isle of Plnoa en the night of Au gust 23 last reached Mobile Friday night News of the disaster wu given by a press report August 31 The crew numbered 27 officers sail sailors and there were two passcnjorJ Eighteen bodies have been recovered The missing 11 are bolevnl to hnve become tho victims of shirks Comet Seen With Naked Eye Chicago For the first time In 74 years Halleys comet has been observed with the naked eye The ob servation was made by Prof 8 W Burnham of tho Ycrkes observatory at Lake Geneva on Wednesday and Thursday evenings Two photographic negatives were secured The an nouncement of Proto Burnhama exploit WAS made by Prof Edwin B Frost Friday Breaks Record For High Flying Berlin Orvlllo Wright flying In his aeroplane hero Friday In the presence of the empress Princess Victoria Louise Prince Adolbcrt and Prince August and a largo party from the court broke the record for high flying Ho attained a height of 533 meters 765 fIt The best previous record 155 meters Big Grain Firm Goes Down Little Rock ArkTlle T 11 Bunch Co one of the largest grain concerns In the United States filed a petition In bankruptcy late Friday It la re ported that local banking Institution are Involved to tho extent of 300000 Tho annual business of the concern it is stated has ranged between MOO 000 anll7OOOOOO First Aerial Lodge of Masons Formed Greenfield Moss Aerial Lodge No 1 F and A M was formed Thursday afternoon In tho balloon Moagachu setts at an elevation of more than 7000 feet this being the first meeting of the kind ever held MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Sept 1lCatUeJoxtr1 600 675 CalvesExtra 9 Hogs Choice 8300840 Sheep Extra 4254 35 Lnmbs Extra 725ift735 Flour Spring patent 640 J6U- 5WheatNo 2 red 1130116 Corn No2 mixed 7171Hc OatsNo 2 mixed 40c RyeNoy 2 choice 7274c Hay Cholcn timothy 1450 15 llutter Dairy 23c ggPer doz 23V5c Apples Choice 1500310 Potatoes Per brl 17502 To bacco Hurley 102GG192u Chicago Sept 17 Wlioat No red 1080110 Corn No 2 mixed 690G9Hc OatsNo 2 mixed Pork Prime moss 239r 0 24 Prime 12 LoulBvllle Sept 17WheatNo 8 red 11211 Corp No 2 mixed 72c OatsNo2 mixed 30c Hay Choice timothy 1400 Hogn Extra 840 Lard Prime 12 Indianapolis Sept 17Cattle Primp 6500675 Hogs Extra 335 840 Shep Extra 250435 e- M T t DRUNKENNESS NOT MODERN d- In Thirty Centuries Thero Has Be No Change In Causes and Ef fed s of Intemperance t Y A thousand ycus before Christ Homer In his Odfisey sang of a fslrnenchantress Crrco whoso rspite of all Its One appointments was treally a sensual sty and whose f1 guests as soon as they had quaffed 0 Item cups were transformed Into beastsfr so In Not rfElremcntking Solomon was painting with In imitable skill tho horrid likeness otttho drunkard his woe his folly his fate The picture has flashed before each succeeding generation an t Inspired danger signal a powerful de terrent from Intemperance The very antiquity ot the picture Il lustrates tho tact that drunkenness Is i9 Jdentthe time of Noah and older It was e 4 probably a provoking cause of that nameless depravity which was drowned out In the awful judgment ot t tho flood Each succeeding genera lion has suffered tho crushing weight i of this dreadful woo each been f burned bitten and poisoned by this vice from each has burst the sor rowful despairing Interjection Ohl AlasThis picture 3000 years old Is an exact likeness of tho drunkard of today In 30 centuries there has been no change In the causes andrf e facts of Intemperance Those who tarry at wine by the Increase ot the subtle and powerful appetite are rom r pelled to seek stronger potations mixed wine The gradation from light wine to red wino and the ly alcohollted winos with Its eyes andtbeads Is Inevitable Thou follow the facial signs of Inebriety trcdness or eyes next quarrelsomeness causeless wounds and the inflaming of sex ual passions finally incipient demen tin which makes the drunkard obllv foes to personal danger and to In dignities visited upon him by hooting lrbownersistently asserts Itself the worm dletb not tho fire Is not quenched all la forgotten all Is lost but among theJdebris of the mind heart and hood the stalks 1IflIorNo truly philanthropic spirit canrapush this direful picture aside 4permitsianthroplstwill or no tho citizen must from selfInterest sooner or later give sty tention to this mirror which Solomon holds up before our times There Is a bloodspot upon tho hand of our American civilization It will not out Heros tho smell of blood still all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten tho hand Selfinterest and defense will soon compel the govern moat aside from all suggestions of hu inanity to take a stand against the traffic which produces a deteriorated manhood Insanity pauperism crime t and death Some means of defense are here suggested 1 Total abstinence Is the Ulysslan flower which disarms tho modern Circe of her Infernal spell it will save our boys and young men from being converted into beasts 2 Many perish for lack of knowl publicance is the duty of the state 3 Tho enforcement of all existingttemperance laws by every means Temperance Work London The London county council con tinues to encourage tho efforts to spread temperance sentiment in the great metropolis and reduce the gen oral amount of Intemperance by edu eating the public as to tho evils of alcohol For tour great meetings convened to discuss alcohol in relation to social life the London county council has granted the use of the county hall at Spring Gardens At ithe first of the meetings the lord chief justice will tako the chair and Alcohol and Child Life will be die cussed Thd subjects for consldera tion In succeeding meetings will be T 2hotllndtinguishedrtemperance workers will be among the speakers Tho meetings ore beystnIng organized by the National Tom pernnco league who are making somertyspeclnl researches the results or 1which will bo presented at the moot togs In the form of memoranda Abolishing a Citys Saloons 8The new city council of CharlesAton W Vn won worthy distinction tfor Itself by Its first official act whoa voted Charleston dry adopting by a vote of 17 to 21 a resolution refusing chY1ifi5loons hud not been agitated there tho action speaks all tho more for the character and initiative of the city council and affords a fair demonstra lion of the advance which public opin ion Is making In regard to temperance matters i PIII vivors of tho Jamestown Famine This little socl ety has no incorporation papers and It has no legal existence Its mem hers being bound together simply by the ties at- trlendshlp knitted dose as a result of a pleasure excursion made tour years ago to the site of theithe coast The society was the outgrowth of a pleasure trip of which McllnleyotThe Survivors Include an oven doz Cn of congressmen and another oven thetlmoeastward from tho capital they have anddrinkto live over In memory their terrible experiences during tho famine Now knowtllat fered terribly from hunger and flint off s town were so well provided with the good things of life Tho Survivors meet several times during the continu went while making tho round trip to Jamestown in with legislative problems Tho Survivors have visited Jamestown and the places near It which are laden with historical interest cities than It falls to the lot of most men who live at a distance to know Some of tho stored away In the breasts of the Qurvlvors Is unburdened on the guests who as The old city of Jamestown was situated 40 miles up and to the spirit of things ancient The old city of Jamestown has been turned over to the tender mercies of tho government and to tho tenderer merclta of the Association for Ufo of Vir to mark tho birthplace of English civ ilization in America There Is n church tower on the site of the old settlement that Is sturdy In its very decay and no poor monu ment to the builders of the early soy enteenth century Sitting In the shadow of this tower you can call up enough shades of the past to make an Interesting company Some of the shades must come from a distance but here In the body they lived and did those things that made their memories n peoples Inheritance Oa Close to the place where the church ruin rises Capt John Smith gathered tho settlers about him and told thorn the story of tho saving of Ms life by tho Indian princess Poca fiontan Captain John had boon In the kingdom of Powhatan to beg or borrow food for his hungry fellows He had more tales than one to tell but the Pocahontas story was the days prime recital john was a touchy man on points of honor and no doubt his story was received straightfaced by his listen ors but one would like to have been mantic 1ocabontds episode Is put asldo today by those who make a business of destroying things in his tory that the sentimental world holds MAR2AGE foc HOVTA 1 1 membersofjourneyingcallthemsolves highamclalapathetictorT servesItsteRaUngoccallons torthTheTInformation Intormotlon atJaml1ltown ofthePreservation maulfoldAnUqulUu latelTrsayhere rl7TAC C 47 tort of mind and body should cast a stone of doubt at t the literal truth of tho John Smith tale Tho Virginians of today are as sensitive about their history as the doughty captain was about his honor Powhatana daughter was baptized according to the faith of tho English church within n few rods of tho crumbling tower She had boon captured by one Capt Argall who probably took little stock in tho other cap tams story that tho Indian maiden had hazarded tho beating out of her own brains to save his At any rate the Jamestown people held Pocahontas as prisoner nnd hostage and converted her to their faith She was bap tiled in a church of which today there Is small vestige left and afterward she was married to John Ilolfo In the same sanctuary It you desire to bring back tho shade of Pocahontas as she looked In life as a chlhl read Capt Smiths description of her as ho saw her tho day ho said sho saved his life Hero it is A child of 10 years old for feature countenance and proportion mucb cxcccdeth any of the rest of Powhatans people Excavations have been made recently at Jamestown And tho visitor will find much that was hidden from tho visitor of the past Some of the old gravestones have been resurrected and restored and one may read tho namoj of a few of those who died In tho famine time or who met death in the early and almost constant ware I fare with tho Indians Tho Clods aero that outlles the old church tower is in a fair state of and it hol s an interest In no way second to tho interest attaching to tho old graveyard at Plymouth Mass oven though for reasons not thoroughly understood the rock of Plymouth has tho Island of tho James through all tho years of American history Originally Jamestown island was a peninsula but the tlver has carried many acres of tho land down to tho and isolating the site lea cutting a channel through of the settlement Material for the repair of history was washed away to the sea but much remains by mean t of which the past may be repatchedThe rep resentative as sembly In America mot at Jamestown before tho pit grim fathers landed at Plymouth It is but a step from the old church tower to tho site of tho firstchurch which the colonists built and in which the house of bur gesses me- tLater a at alehouse was constructed and recently during the work of o x c a v atlon the founda rfH EJCCE Of- CAPrAN JNNZIWTN tlontions of the building were turned up Near the site of the assembly house tho visitor today can trace the outlines of the governors mansion by means of the basic wall which once upheld Its superstructure Tho settlers powder magazine their mainstay of defense has been preserved lit part though the restless river ts trying dally to claim it as it has claimed much before The church whoso tower still stands was built in 1620 Through the doorway which is open to visitors the colonists led to tho marriage altar the respectable r4 7J SNTVRr J4MEJ77JWN early which preservation overshadowed maidens sent over the seas to become the wives of the forlorn settlers who up to this date had struggled on without helpmates rs best they could and who now for the payment of 120 pounds of tobacco might pick and choose n wife On that day in JaMestown Rev Rob ert Hunt or his successor for history is not clear on tho point held a veritable marriage feast and fat wore tho fees paid to him In the coin of Urn time tho lodge leaved Virginia tobacco A recent vlnitor thought of that marriage procession as ho stood under the tower and he wondered how many of tho descendants of tho settlers and of the respectable maidens havo journeyed hero to look on tho place of their ancestors marrying Jamestown was deserted early as years go but its memories never will desert it The visitor asked if there were no tangible memorials of Pocahontas In ex- Istence and was told that the baptismal font used at her baptism Is preserved In Bruton church Williams burg which became the Virginia capital when James town was abandoned The Iocahontas font has served to bold tho baptismal waters of generations ot Virgin Ions and the Druton church wardens lay great store by It but when the old Jamestown church Is restored there will bo ample justification for stealing tho sacred vessel to put It back where It belongs There are three stories of the Jamestown church tower In the first story are doorways arched windows are In one part of the second story and loopholes are in the third story and to these last tho greatest interest attaches The loopholes appear on all uldes ill the tower and they were used as embrasures for protrfdlng cannon In times of Indian attack Figures are dry things at best but It Is worth noting that this tower remnant of an early wilderness edifice Is 18 feet square and 36 feet high The structure Is crumbling at the top but the work of the preservation society will make IX all secure It is only three miles across country and a bits ot water from Jamestown island to Williamsburg James town Is largely memory while Williamsburg Is both memory and reality The past and the present meet in its streets and there is a subtle blending of tho two Into a mid time atmosphere Happily the Virginians have held to the love of the old things It la worth something to know that the main street still Is knownsee the corner signsas tho Duke of Gloucester street It Is a noble thoroughfare whatever may be said of the one for whom it was named and on it stands a courthouse designed by Sir Christopher Wren There are things worth while In Williamsburg At the site of Jamestown the visitor is told that the baptismal font that hold tho water that washed Poca hontas heathenism out of her had been taken to Wit llamsburg There It is in the old Bruton church and It still holds Its age and water well Druton church by tho way ols also on tho Duke of Gloucester street nnd it is an appealing structure Who over the architect was ho has the spirit which makes for beauty The building is clad with the ivy of Eng land which grows and thrives in this latitude The churlhyard as quiet as that of tho Elegy lies along its walls It Is supposed that the church was named by ono of tho earlier secretaries of the colony who was born in Druton EnglandIn church yard is a tomb with this Inscrip tlonUnder thismarble Heth the body of Thomas Ludwell Esqr Secretary of Vir ginia who was born at Druton in tho county of Somerset in the Kingdom of Eng land and depart ed this life in the year 1678 Close to the north door of the church are the of two children of Mra Martha Custis who whenwidowed became the wife of George Washington It Is not the intention to make a necrology of this writing but it is barely pos sible that these two inscriptions which appear on tab lets Inside the Bruton church extolling the virtues of the dead may have a living interest Here is one of themNear this marble lyes ye Honble Danel Paeko of yo county of Essex Esqr who was one of his masters counsellors and sometime Secretary of theCollony of Vlrgn Ho dyed ye 6th of March Anno 1679 Ills other felecltyts wero crowned by his happy marrldg with Rebccka tits daughter of George Evelyn of the County of Surry Esqr Sho dyed ye 2nd of January Anno 1672 at Long Dttton In ye County of Surry and left behind her a most hopeful progeny Tho other tablet bears this MDCCLH Inscribed to the memory of Doctor Wil liam Cocke an English physician born of reputable par ents MDCLXXI at Sudbury in Suffolk and educated at Queens College Cambridge He was learned and polite of undisputed skill In his profession and unbounded generosity in his practice which multitudes yet alive can testify Ho was many years of tho Council and Secretary of State for this Colony in tho reign of Queen Anne and of King George He died suddenly sitting a judge upon the bench of the General Court In the cap itol MDCCXX Ills Hon friend Alexr Spottswood Esqr then Govnr with the principal gentlemen of the country attended his funeral and weeping saw the corpse Interred at tho west end of the alter In this churchAlmost in the shadow of Druton church stands the Wytho house for some time the headquarters of George Washington during the siege of Yorktown which with its historic memories lies only a few miles away The seeds of history were sown thick hereabouts Just back of the church and at a point easily reached from tho Duke of Gloucester street stands the old Pow der Horn built by Governor Spottswood In 1714 This magazine put up by a British governor was used after wtrd by Washington to store powder which subsequently was rammed into cannon to hurl shot at Corn wallla behind tho breastworks ot Yorktown The VIr- ginia Society for the Preservation of Antiquities has restored the Powder Horn and it Is now a museum for relics of the past It is hard work to get away from Williamsburg for there is something holding Interest at every turn of the streets and the lanes with the ancient and highsound ing names A resident of the town said that live presi dentshad worshiped In the Druton church and thin vis itor didnt want to got away until lie had seen when they oil sat so fast had the spirit of the old place laid Its hand on him If n loyal Wllllamsburger lends his sightseeing aid you will not bo allowed to leave tho oldest Incorporated city in America until you havo visited the College of William and Mary which stands at the head ot the Duke of Gloucester streetyou cant leave this thorougn fare In the lurch If you tryand which is the oldest col lege in America barring only Harvard Tho little guide book of the placo tells that among the alumni of this ancient and honorable college may bo numbered three w presidents of the United States 12 cabinet officers members of the continental congress among them itsiYpfirst president Peyton Randolph four justices of theusupremo court of the United States Including Chief Jus tice Marshall together with a long list of senators United States envoys and ministers governors military and naval officers and five signers of the declaration ofJindependence The thought on reading the list was that the last ought to havo come first The half hasnt been told ot this old Virginia town The blunt truth is that when you get into one of these historyteeming places you are lost in wonder that so many things worth remembering by posterity could have happened and that so many men could have had a hand in their happening They made history fast in Virginia and they made plenty of It Not long ago an officer of one of the staff departments of tho United States army was made a brigadier general of the line A younger officer sneered at the promotion and said that tho president was recognizing hard duty done in the cracker and cheese department white tho fellows who fought wore overlooked t Somo of tho officers of the staff departments of the army have seen as much service on stricken fields as have many of their fellows of tho lino Col Thomas Cruse is doing duty in the quartermasters department and he takes more account of shovels than he docs at swords but it would be a bold man of the lino who would sneer at the career of Col Cruse t Tho colonel saw all kinds of service before he made the transfer to the stag and one of his exploits Is told today In Sibley tenta and in barracks wherever United States troops are camped or quartered r Cruse was for years an officer In the Sixth cavalry They say today when ho picks up a sample shovel In the quartermasters department he handles It as though It were a carbine In the early summer ot the year 1883 Second Lieut Cruso was serving In K troop of the Sixth down in one of the hottest parts of hot Arizona That was a time when the people in Arizona had no hankering after statehood There were not as many of them as there are today and as an Irishman might put it they had their hands full dodging Apache arrows and bullets There is a placo In Arizona called the Big Dry Washa curious name but ono fitting a creek bed in a rain less region Second Lieut Cruse war sent out with a following of six men one day on tho trail of a band of Apaches There werb not enough troops In tho country fit that time aTld commands wero divided and subdivided 1 In order to cover the great est amount of territory possible and to tho end ot discovering where the reds had rendezvoused so that the scattered soldiers when the discovery was made might be gathered together and a descent be mado upon the enstemy in a body Lieut Cruse and his little following reached the Big Dry Wash without finding the sign ot an Apache Be t yond the basin of the Wash was a natural fortification of rocks Cruse sent a trooper by the right flank to before order make a reconnolsance tag his mina to cross the bare bed ot i the gulch The trooper made a detour and took a peep behind the bowlder He returned and reported that there wasnt an Indian in sight CruseThenleading pushed down behind tho rocks to their front and hell opened from at the first vol Two of the soven saddles order were of their leader the sol jsharpIcy and under the sought the shelter of the rocks to anddlers gave way I therearLieut Cruse did not obey his own order Ho waited horurted abullets and In the face of the showering him back toand borosaddlewounded trooper to his shelterIt supposed that the second tnw wtojtad fallen at the first fire of the Apaches was and the ambetween himwastethelooked out across of whoso fire told him the strengthbushed savages 10 to one look- Ing that they epfthesquad Cruse sawthe firsttn the direction trooper who had fallen turn on the sand Then there happened ono of those things Which official army history disposes of 4n a line but to which a chapter can scarce do justice Cruso carbine in hand stood up a fair and easy instant a red face showed above mark for a bullet In an a rock beyond the stream bed and a rile barrel appeared aimed In the direction of the cavalryman Before the weapon cracked Crude ono of the best sV ts In the army had sent a bullet through tho Apache head Then this second lIeutenantho was little more than- a boyrounded the rocks in front ot him and walked toward the wounded soldier straight across Ute open At every third step he fired and tho bullets rattled od the rocks close to the heads of tho lurking reds whO had seen their comrades head split clean nt a hundred and fifty yeards and with that savago discretion which of savage courage they did not at times takes the place dare show themselves sufficiently to take careful aim Cruse reached the wounded trooper Then he glanced behind him Two ot his men had followed him all unbidden Cary him boys said Cruse and Ill cover the retreat Back they went slowly A savage braver than andIfellows stood up took careful aim at the group fired The bullet hit Cruse in tho arm but an ounce of lead from his carbine crashed Into the Apaches chestiCruso walked backward while behind him his two ers bore their stricken fellow Bullets marked all the pathway but the magnillcenjnervo and courage of tho soldier who shot trufi with death staring him In tho face seemed to palsy the p Apaches aim They reached the breastworks the om cer and the soldiers with their burden Before taking to cover Cruse sent one last hot and It claimed a victimIIn an hour reinforcements came and a horde of says ages was put to flight Col Cruse is In tho quartermu ters department but there are hundreds of older officer of the lute Vita would like to have his record rP + ssr T III a a 1 L J a Correspondencer i I News You Else i o Bo eomipotdtie pibUihti u tpld la laD ty the wrtttr Taa muni- It not for pibUetttoi but M u erlda1IS ol good faith Write plainly i1 o ooooooOO tSowio oeO08eeooeoooeo I JACKSON COUNTYI PiJlleKtE Grace Engle has gone to Holland Michigan to en ter Hope College Judge J F Engle returned from Louisville last week F A Mr Tinsley special Inspector was I here last week checking up accounts 1 In the Circuit and County clerks of flees He found nothing to speak ot 11against our present clerks but found I that two former clerks were In debted to the State a small amount t eachClrcult Court convened hereit on the 13th Inst with Judge Wm r Lewis on the bench and J C Cloyd I rCommonwealths Attorney Several f l cases have been tried but none of note except the Abrama case which Is on trial now Monday 20th Per haps It will go to the Jury late thisI evening or before noon tomorrow Judge Len K Calvert of Hy 4den Kentucky appointed too try the HellatdNantz case has been here since Thursday That case comes up t for trial tomorrowHons E E Hogr Harry Eversole Mr Fatty Johnson t from London and Mr Hammonds were visiting attorneys last week i Judge George C Moore and wife of London were visitors In town last Monday They made several calls on their old neighbors and friends Esquire John Moore Big John an nounced himself a candidate for County Judge from the courthouse steps last Monday He was a candidate InI the late primary and got defeatedI OUEKNIIALL Greenhall Sept 20John P Wilson was In McKee Sept 23rd on bust I ntts Charles Venable and Bent Pler bci ire building for James Bowles a dwelling John T Wright who was t t wounded by a revolver shot at the tJamu Shelby show Is fast Improv t Gtorge Murrel made a business trip to OwBley County last weekWI N Hughes sold his ties to Simpy I Farmer Revenue men made a raid oil Black water and Brushy Branch and captured several moonshlnlng I fits and arrested some parties outI were supposed to be operating Martha J Hurst Is on the sick list I John D Smith who has been in Louisville several days will return Flanery visited tel Saturday and 1Sunday8l1as Maulden and Greenhall played a game Satur diamond which re visuited In a victory for Greenhall Sammie Plerson who has been In the J West several months returned hom- er1 a last weekMrs J N Smith who gave birth to an Infant dead Is getI ting along nicely Mrs Sarah Smith and Miss Llllle Sandlin are nursing d herSteve Couch has been on the sick list but Is improving Dry wea ther yet continues and late crops are cut short IIOIIINET rRoblnet Sept 21Mr and Mrs E returnedIand Willis Allen were In Mt Vernon Monday on Important business There will be a box supper at Lone Oak school house Saturday night Everybody Invited George Mulllns and Dick Thomas killed two large rattlesnakes near Roblnet SaturdayJasf Lake killed one near Loam SundayJ Miss Linda Ballard was the pleasant guest of Miss Laura Isaacs Sundayt Dr Lee Chesnut of Orlando and J L Allen of this place are making squirrel sit up and take notice this week Chu S Lyons was over Saturday to pay the boys oft Everybody is happy on pay day DOUDLELICKI Doublellck Sept 17We are hav Ing some fine weather now IsD getting cool enough to have flresfThere is no sickness in this neigha borhood at this writing Mrs Dougheryr of Valley View visited relatives and friends In Jackson the past weekMrs J E Hatley of Cincinnati Is expecting to visit reltatlvea here in a few days are not as good as some expected sinceJ maturedMr S R Ballard of ValleyI I View passed thru today on his way f home from McKee where he has been attending to a land suit George Witt lost one of his horses last week KERRY KNOll Kerby Knob Sept 20 Walter EmIbree who was shot by Tom Hayes two weeks ago died this morning at his grandmothers and will be burled tomorrow by the side ot his father graveyardCircuitIstill continues Rufus and Walter 4andms are now on trial accused of 3 the killing of John Embree several years agoElmer and Myrtle Click Tom and Nannie Williams attended the funeral at Red Lick SundayLlt tle Infant of Mr and Mrs Pete Pow ell was laid to rest in the graveyard here Sept 9thFrank Hatfleld who l been operated upon the second time for appendicitis Is slowly improv IngMr and Mrs Jerry Lambs bab has been sick for the past week We are sorry to say that the Rev Honeycut has resigned as pastor at Kerby Knob and Owsley Fork churches and he and his wife took their leave Sept fifth for a short visit with relatives In Tennessee and Virginia after which they will return to their former home at Columbus Ohio Wo were sorry to give them up as they were doing a good work in our community We hope that our loss will only bo the gain of others who need their helpMary Kerby who has been ill for the past few weeks was taken to the Berea Hospital last week where we hope she will soon recoerJ- A Lane and James Bratcher stayed over night with James Click and family Monday night on their way to McKeeThe young folks In this community have enjoyed several bean strlnglnga In the past few weeks Quite a number are busy fodder- ing and sorghum making Childrens Day will be held at this place on the third Sunday In October Every ones Invited to attend Mrs Lucy Baker of Hugh visited her parents Mr and Mrs James Williams a few days last weekMr Robe Reese la selling goods at the Honeycut stand He has in a new lot of clothing BURLEY Hurley Sept 16Most everybody a busy gathering fodder and makin molasses Dave Gabbards baby was bitten by a snake Wednesday while sitting on the porch Luckily it was not a poisonous snake and did no harm Messrs George and Amos Mc Collum have returned home from Ohio where they have been working Mr Wiley Roberta ought a large yoke of oxen for one hundred dollars Quite a large crowd attended church at this place Saturday and Sunday Circuit court Is in session at McKee this week Mr Palestine Gabbard Is on the grand Jury Born to Mr and Mrs Dan McCollum a fine girl Married Mr C L Parker and Miss Angellne Combo a4 the Cane Mill at Mr Jake Gabbards Tuesday B H Cole otflclatlngMr Milt Johnson Is sawing logs this week The corn crop Is better than usual this year Miss Susie Watson is expecting to visit home folks Friday Mrs Lona Gab bard Is vlslUng her parents at Evergreen MILDKEIt Mildred Sept 16 Sorghum making and fodder pulling are all the go now There will be an association held Mt Glllead beginning on Wednesday before the fourth Saturday in September Every one Invited to comeEd Moore and Thos Morris are making cross ties for James H MooreW M West has gone to Hamilton 0 to work for a while Johnson and Tincher Tie Co Is doing- a hustling business of lateJas H Moore baa gone to London with his show this weekOur school is progressing nicely with William Farmer- as teacherJ S Dunigan and J O Morris attended the ball game at Tyner Sunday A J Browning has gone to Garrard County to work and reports it a fine place to workWe learn that Abner Rose is a candidate sheriff against L C Little the nominee who was nominated by 14G majority Take The Citizen and get news PARROT Parrot Sept 20 Nearly eyery one in this part is done saving fodder Services were held at this place Sunday conducted by the Rev A B Gab bard Mrs Angellne Cunaglin la very Dr Parker was summoned to herI bedside Sunday Mr Robert Taylor wife attended church at Shiloh SundayA gentleman of Mlddlefork before the grand Jury last week nd indicted a young man for disturb smokling and sister Eliza attended church at place Saturday night and Sunday and took dinner with the writer Mr Bf Dakar attended church at Box Sunday and while there the misfortune ot getting his upIL Parker and Miss Angelina Combs this place were qultely married last Rev James Cole officiating The Grand Jury Is still in session at McKee Several of the boys have been summoned to attend There will be a show at this place Tuesday night ANKTILLKIProgram Educational Division No to be held at Annvllle school house October 2 1909- Devotional Exercises Song by All Welcome Address Roy E Rader ResponseHector Johnston School ManagementA J Simpson Select ReadingMaggie McCowan till IiIfiIIWI c- hu Cooperation ot ParentoMrs Ben SimpsonBetter School Houses and Appara tusL T Medlocfc- Responsibilities of TeachersA F Baldwin Discussion ot Now School LawIF Minter Does Education Pay Lee J Webb Decoration of School House and Grounds Mro L J Webb First Day ot SchoolL J Littler OrationRobert A Johnson NOON Song by All- Recitation Mrs Clerlnda Johnston Better Attendance J W Mulllns School Discipline Hector Johnston Need of Libraries J S Teague Education in KentuckyElbert Tea cue Good Attendance R H Johnston Supplementary Reading Susie Wat son Habits in School and HomeRoy E Rader Need of Teachers Institutes and As sociations Teachers Association Boy E Rader Seretary Committee on Program J W Mulllns Chairman S J Little A J Simpson ISAACS Isaacs Sept 20Farmers are very busy pulling fodder Corn is not very good because of the drought Miss Susie Watson ot Hurley visited her brothers and sisters here Saturday and Sunday Mr Jerry York had a singing Saturday night which was well aliened Mr Richard Vaughn is very 111 with fever Mrs Sarah Davidson returned Sunday week from a two weeks visit among her rel atives ot this vicinity Mr and Mrs Rob Carmack are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy at their home thegSaturday night Mr Caleb Cope of Rockcastle County Is going to move back to his old homestead near here Mr David York Is running a cane DavlsTeachersIwill be at the first Saturday In October Mrs Tillle York and Miss Sallie Moore were the guests of Mr Sarah Davis Monday GRAY HAWK Gray Hawk Sept 20 Fodder and molasses making is all the go in this partVM Hays made a business Tlnchers yesterdayJ H Begley and Jas Towles killed a fine beet Saturday and sold It at 6 and 7 cents per poundJ D Robertson has moved to his new dwelling In Gray HawkO C Angle is planning on visiting home folks near Indian Creek next week Clove Angle made a business call at H J Johnsons Sun dayCOrn crop ia very light In this part ot the countryGeo and Frank Fox made a business trip to Gray Hawk yesterday The Opossum Trot Lumber Co strike is about settled with a new Superintendent Thomas TurnerIt P Welch Is back from Hamilton Ohio where be has been visiting friends and relatives for tw- oweksWm Adklns has quit paint- Ing houses and gone into the wagon business The Rev Chester Baldwin has returned from Berea and gone into the lumber business TTTIIKL Ethel Sept 18 People are very bury foddering nowJames the eon of Bother Messer who has scarlet fever is getting along nicely Burnett Bingham and wife have returned home from Millers Creek where they have bun visiting Mrs BInghams mother Mary J Smith Is staying with Jno Bakers this weekGeorge Moore Is still doing a fine work in the photo business There was meeting at the Buncum school house last nightI conducted by the Rev CrankLeovaI Rice visited her cousin Mary Rice Rice last Thursday Several from this place attended the association at Burning Springs Saturday and Sunday Miss Leova Rice entertained a num ber of her young friends Sunday Those present were Misses Mary Rice Sallie and Pearl Gavins and Messrs George Moore and Henry Ed wards Mr Robert Bingham was InJ McKee Monday Miss Mary Carter was the guest of Miss Daisy Edwards Saturday night Mr McKinley Rice vlelted his brother Steve at Tyner Saturday and Sunday There will be meeting at the Bingham chapel Saturday night and Sunday Rev A D Bowman will be the preache- rROGK8ASUE COUNTY nocKumn Rockford Sept 20Dled of drop sy last week poor old Granny Martin She has suffered about a year She was a good old woman She leaves I one son and several grandchildren j better11Aunt man and two children of are visiting Mr and Mrs J M Toddlf H E Bullen is building a new store I GaddMrs1WI near Berea last week Married on I the 15th Miss Reecle R Todd toI Mr Robert Bowman of Conway W Todd had a nice apple crop this year He has sold about one hundre- dt t t A11lLb IIu I bushels and still has about that many yet Miss Virgie Martin is visiting relatives In Richmond this week JOIINKTTA Johnetta Sept 20Tbe regular meeting was held at New Hope Sun dayElla Sexton from Oklahoma ia visiting relatives at this place Miss Thena Abney has gone to Plttsburg to see her grandmotherMr James Drew bas a very sore hand at this writing MIsa Ida Mulllns ot attended church at Now Hope day and Sunday There was meeting at Brush Creek school house Saturday night Mr Fount Lake and family will move to Plnevllle Tuesday Miss Cleo Abney gave a bean string Ing on Friday night Abney Bros bought a yoke of oxen from lir Cox for 110 Several folks from here are planning to attend the Odd Fel lows March at Goochland today IHSrUTANT- ADlspulanta Sept 20The Sunday school at Clear Creek Is progressing nicely Cropa are light In this sec tion of the country Harrison Gadds baby is very sick The Rev Dante Phelps has been conducting a eorlta of meetings at Macedonia Mrs Min erva Loman of this place who has I been visiting her son in Indiana hits I relumed Mlsa Ella Lakes of Madison NaifInlea Creek church next Saturday Sept I 25 It Is expected that dinner will be on the grounds and we anticipate a fine time Everybody come IIOONK Boone Sept 20 There were ser vices at the Falrvlow church Satur day night and Sunday conducted by the Rev N M Smith and the Rev W IL LambertMr and Mrs Jas Lambert attended church at Boron Sunday night Mrs Joe Wren is sick at this writing Mary Levett who has been sick Is some betterDr I Charles Robinson of Berea was in this vicinity one day last weekt Mr Chambers Oldham and wife ot Mt Vernon were the guests ot Mr j and Mrs Dave Martin a few days last week Sabbath school at this place Is getting along nicely with S M Me t Clure as supcrlnlondent Mr Samuel Croucher and daughter May are visiting I relatives in Jackson County Mr and Mrs M Gadd of Rockford attended church at Falrvlew Sunday Willie Gadd passed thru this place Sunday Revival meeting begins at Falrvlew church next Saturday night Service conducted by the Rev C C Wilson all are cordially Invited to sunIdayACounty SundayMrs Dave Martin was in Berea one day last week Miss Hattie Poynter visited home folks last Friday and SaturdayI Gauley Sept 21Mr and Mrs JI C Bullock returned Monday from ryI ner Jackson where they saw many relatives and friends Rev D ParJ ker and wife Bradley Robinson and Ben Ponder attended church at New I Hope Sunday Jess Mullina and son ot Level Green were thru this part I last week buying cattle and sheep Rev II L Ponder went Sunday to help In a revival meeting at Cruise j The name ot the new church on I Piney Branch la New Bethel Miss I Bertha and Nan Kincer of London visited Miss Lydda Bullock last Thursday and Friday Frank Ponder and Bob Bullock went to Lily Station on buslnessSaturdayAlbert Frost and Zilpha Parker were married VedIneBdayNath Ponder attended the Rebecca March at Goochland Monday and reported an excellent time The Odd Fellows and I Rebeccas go hand in hand and they are doing a groat work There was I nice dinner served on the ground Sorghum making is the latest Our school known as Red 11111 is progressing very nicely with Miss Maggie Dooley teacher We understand that Magisterial Red Hill October the fourth Saturday Watch for the program later and prepare to come- MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston Sept IGIr W V Kldd purchased a horse front J C Powell for 135Mlss Cynthia Sand lin of Irvine Is visiting relatives here this week Mr C A VanWlnkle and Mrs Everett VanWlnkle attended Teachers Association here Satur Johnsonlotand Suda Powell Mrs Robt Richard daughr at RiddelltDrey 14andOra Daniels left Monday for andI mond where they will attend the DreyIfusLexington spent last week at Mr I SHIELD BRAND CLOTHING i The word Shield on collar or sleeve insures best material 1 200 worth of high grade gor Ii 4 Suits worth 15 going at ate Suits worth 10 to CIS going at 5 to 9 t An immense stock of odd pants for all ages at 13 oft Mens and 4 boys walking coats and raincoats latest styles the best and cheapest tin town A large stock of Ladies Coats at 250 to Elo worth E5 to 15 raThe Largest and Best Selected Stock of Shoes at Less Price Jc and highest quality to be found All kinds of Hosiery and Under wear for all ages Whitest and best patent at 700 per 24 lbs Best salt at toe for 100 Ibs sac coffee at 150 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 t Our motto Small profits and quick sales Goods well bought are half sold I only mention a few of our many bargains Coupons given meHI presents selected by The Golden Rule Store i ResJ Engle Berea Ky r I Will Mundayfl Rev Peoples held at the Hall this weekIIltllASSFIKLD June Logs way to Be rea College to enter echoolMlssI Katherine Logsdon n onrouto to Berea College to finish up her College work this jrearrMr James Johnson passed through hereon his regular trip thru Eastern Ken tuckyMr J P Logsdon haa Juat returned from Cincinnati where he shipped two car loads of stock One of cattle and ono ot sheep Tho farmers are very busy cutting their tobac t coThe colored people are holding a revival at Goodloca chapel W D Logsdon has eight tine siesta fo Bale Work on the new depot at this place is progressing nlcelyJI Logsdon bought a lot ot cattle from 0 T CarrMr Will Evans has just completed the fine bridge across Muddy Cieek The work Is progressing nicely ou the new pike between here and IanolaW D Logsdon sold a lot of hogs to Mr Jcsao Cobb ot Rlch mond also a lot to Mr John Hoard ITodd Bros have Just completed their ware house Lightning killed R cow for Huston Kindred C WI Logsdon passed thru hero enroute toI Louisville to buy his fall and winter t stock of goods Mr W H Weat went to Valley View on businessMr Mc Cort la here calling on the trade I I1IAIITH stringing and apple cutting eeema to be the topic of the day Mlssca Nannie Hammond t and Ella Lake visited the old home J place in Jackson County where T J Lake now lives and many other sacred places where they have known GO well In their childhood daysmfr JGralhwell our new superintendent gave us a good talk Sunday which was enjoyed by all We are proudI to have such a gentleman midst Mr Joiner who la building baa his house nearly completed and will soon move into ItTho shawl which Miss Katherine Lake lost was found by Mrs Ramoy Jim Dougherty And Pearl McClure attended church at I thlalplaeoLizzie McClure Levi McClure dad RusI sell Dougherty Sirs Sidney VanWln kle is planning to visit her brother i in Hamilton Ohio the first of the I monthJ T Hawkins is building a nice cellarMr and Mrs J B Wad die went to Richmond Monday on business lUlKYFtS- Dreyfua Sept 20Mrs E T Burk of Richmond who has been holding a j revival meeting hero for the pant week returned homo Sunday Mr and Mrs Willie Ogg of Brosaf leld spent Saturday night with her slater Mrs Fannie Sparks Mr and Mrs Pete SundayIl Dora Hudson and Mr Kilt Parks attended church at Hugh Sunday I Mrs Eddie Spencer entertained at I ellYoungMrs Amanda Puckott Miss Vennlo Puckett Mrs Sallie Reynolds and Mrs Ellie T Bork of Richmond I Miss Addle French was the guest of Miss Elza RODe Sunday Miss Bertha I Todd of Brasiflcld spent a few I last week with her cousin Miss DesI ale Todd MIsa Mollie Sparks and Miss Leila Klmberlaln spent Sunday with Mlseee Zula and Florence Davis Miss Lizzie Lake spent Sunday Miss FlosBto Baker Rev Jas Lunsj ford preached at the Christian church Saturday and SundayMrs Ella SunIda1heroMrs Nellie Ogg was the guest Mr June Lanes Sunday Mrs Sal Reynolds left Sunday for her home Ohio Miss Mayme Harris of Viper Is visiting her grandparents lfr and Mrs George Herd MIsa Ada Baker of Braasfleld spent Saturday night with Miss Dora Bongo 1110 HILT WIIParsons I l Knob with eighteen additions to the I Thurei Sunday School every Sunday after f1 noon at 2 oclock Preaching aervlceaW Sunday night by Rev It L Ambrose Miss Julia Johnson of Lexington I visited her grandparents Mr and 1drai i I 4Abliss Lucy Hayea and her mother spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ollie Terrlll Mrs Terrill has been sick for some Unto but ia some bet terBlg 11111 baseball team beat itBerea last Saturday 13 to 8Sor ghum molasses at Mr Philip Hayes y fifty cents a gallon i rOWSLEY COUNTY TRAVtILLARS REST Travellers Rest Sept 18 Fodder I areIUIS Marshals ot Blake passed through f here one day this week with tho worm ot a moonshine stilt It seems like they are trying to destroy tho aUIIW D Flanery posted through hero tho 17th with his daughter who IJhas gone to Breathltt and Perry Coun fStotsonhardware man Is In the upper coun ties America Wilson died Sept 11th and was laid to rest In tho Travellers Rest cemetery Sunday evening at C j oclock Blalne Creech and wire loft for Alger Clay County todayj Hl ram Botner one of our merchants la jJdlowith the Rebeccas and Odd Follows Success to Thp Citizen and lie many friends for the good reading trfurnishes us all W VINCKJCT Vincent Sept 17 Burgoyno Dot nor spent tho past week la Louis ivllle buying his winter supply of AmI erica Wilson who lived near Travellers theIcemetery T B Venable returned Thursday from Burning Springs Clay County I where ho had been on buslnessW- W Treadway the old soldier has J secured a Job at the Whllcaldo JnnInt Hctdelburg and will spend the win ter thereRolo Venablo and Brown Bowman will open a butcher shop here soon and will carry a full line of fresh meatsr D Scott tho pour 11areports business good Tho Travell era Rest Grays and White Oak Reds played a match game Ot ball Sunday and the score stood 28 to 10 In favor jot tho GraysJames Jsaacs the wool j man spent a day or two at Vincent last week vlslllng his daughter Mrs Rolo Venable Foddering Is the gen e presentFCornao far O ItiLAND CITY Island City Sept 17Fodder sav i shootingHof J Mays United States Marshal return ed homo Wednesday and left for Deattyvllle Thursday John Chad well who spent tho summer In Illi nois has returned homeThe little Infant of John Henaley died Sept 12 IJ G Rowlett was ou Island Creek a Saturday on business The TravellersJ Rest Grays and White Oak Bluesaplayed Saturday The Blues winning again Tho Rev Hugh Crank ot London Is holding a series of meet lings in this neighborhood Fred Pc tore and Grant Fryo left Tuesday toIenter Berea College Several others are planning to start In a few days attendIIIs improving rapidly Charley DufyIWm Short Wm Mays G J Gentry f and A B Bryant made a successful raid this week capturing one moon shine still on Wild Dog another on 4 Continued on 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