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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 13EREA PUBLISHING CO 1ENcoltronaxznjr w- STANLZY FROST Manager RItUrtd at the Pos ufe at Jlm Xd w ttosd dais maumaUer IVol XI Five come a BEREA MADISON COUNTY SEPTEMBER 30 1000 t One Dollar a year No 14 11 JEWS OF THE WEEK Peary and Cook Fight Hot Tamm any Safe To Win Brutal Murder of Family Storm Kills 200 on Gulf Ooasf WUrid Didnt End Somo Way TAMMANY WILL WIN The factions which opposo Tammany the most corrupt pollUcal organization In t the world in Now York City have BO managed things this year that Tammany will almost certainly win The Independent Democrats have nominated ono candidate the Republicans another and the Fualonlsta still a third This will split up the OPPoSe ing vote BO that Tammany will have things easy It is whispered that this has come about because Joe Can non last spring promised Tammany j lie would prevent real fusion in 1WJNew York If tho Tammany Congress j men would support him in the tight s those Con I over tho rules Any way gressmon supported Cannon and the Republicans didnt fuse KILL AND BURN FAMILY An aged woman her daughter and lonI inlaw and three children were murI dered and their bodies burned In Burley Ye last week by robbers who hoped to get 1600 That makes murders at 1300 each STORM SWEEPS COASTA storm swept over parts of Loulsana last week j resulted in tho death of 200 persons and In damage amounting to thou f dollars tWORLD STILL lIEREA large sect In New England calling thom I Bclvee tho Triune Immcrstonlsta havo boon expecting tho end of the world It was scheduled for last Friday n but did not como off some how j When last heard from the people I dlB1appoint BALLOON BLOWS UPA warj balloon being used by tho government last week exploded whenI I 600 feet in tho air and four men who were In it wore killed I GREAT NEW YORK SlIOWA full account will bo found on inaldo pages of tho great HudsonFulton ccle bratlon which la being told in Now York Hudson was the first manj who over sailed up tho Hudson three hundred years ago and Fulton I tho first sue was the man who ran cessful steamboat In this country al hundred years ago The celebration is being aided by ships of this and foreign navies and there aro teni miles ot war veasda Anchored In theI beautiful river with tremendous pa geantry going on every day return1II homo in Maine He has not yet given out the facts which he thinks will prove that Dr Cook Is a faker In tho meanwhile what facts are coming to light seem to favor Dr Cook lIar ry Whitney to whom Cook first told his story has reached a telegraph I station and says ho has no reason to I doubt tho story Also It la learn that Peary refused to bring back ItlJeel of Dr Cooks records for him lie refused to let the ship captain Bartlett whose hard work did to much to make his success possible go with him the last hundred miles tho there was no reason why he should not have gone except that Peary may not haVo wanted to share his si triumph with any other whlto man The belief that Peary would do so mean a thing to a friend makes many y people believe ho would not stop at anything that could hurt a rival and they do not bollovo his charges against Cook- PINCHOT TO STAY Tho letter of Pres Tarts upholding Secretary Bal linger was at first thought by some people to mean that Chief Forest er Plnchot would have to resign but it has been loomed that Taft urged yis Plnchot to stay and that he will do d 6oFIRE IN WHITE HOUSE There was a slight fire in tho Whlto house at Washington Saturday in some Ut ter whero repairs aro being node Lit tie damage was done TEN Ia LEDA smashup tm I the P R n near Chicago on Tues day resulted in tho killing of ten men and Injuries to 16 others The Grind That Dulls If a scissors grinder kept blsblade thoIgrind that dulls women Is not dally household duties The housewife who is knowing keeps herself sharpened with frequent change and recreation 1 I I1 RES I DENTS OFFICE I3EREA KY X J TfCITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the MEountain People KENTUOKY BEREA COLLEGE STILL GROWING Attendance Already Larger Than Dur- Ing Entire Fall Term Last furStudents Enjoying Many Good Times Still Room and Welcome for Others The students keep coming In town and entering school and as time goes on tho gain over last years attendance becomes more and more marked Thero are already more students In school than during the entire Fall Term last year and it Is likely that over a hundred will sUn come in Kentucky young people are appreciat ing as never before that there la a great deal to bo gained by early at tendance at school and so they keep acomlngOn noon there had entered school this Fall 670 students or lOG more than at the same time last year and about thirty more than during tho entire Fall Term of 1908 There la still room and the teach era are still hoping that all who need education and aro not detained by duties will como and Join tho Berca group Tho students are enJoy- Ing themselves more than usual this Fall and many of the best times aru still to come The Phi Delta An nlvorsary meeting Friday night was greatly enjoyed and that of Alpha Zeta Is looked forward to There I are to be many lectures and musical en tertainments Besides there aro tho football games tho mountain day excursion and many other pleasures of school life All are urged to come and get their share Boone Tavern combines luxury and common sense PHI DELTA ANNIVERSARY The first of tho literary society anniversaries provided for in the new program of literary events arranged last year was the open meeting of Phi Delta in celebration of Its Fiftieth Anniversary Tho meeting was held in tho Chapel Friday night and attended by about two hundred friends of the society Tho literary program as listened to with close attention and included a wel comb address by D O Bowman u paper on Phi Delta Past and Present by O C Clark orations by Letcher Qabbard and Co C Flanery a reading by John D Henry a paper by Arllo JIoSimilar meetings of other literary societies will follow It is hoped and expected that these open meetings affording opportunities for compare tOn of tho work of tho different so clUes will bring about a needed Im provement in the quality of the liter ary work here IIt la about as reasonable to live at Boone Tavern as to rent keep fires and lamps going and buy food at home and no worry FOOTBALL TEAM LOSES The first football game of tho sea son played Saturday with a gang that claimed to represent tho Ashland Ky Y M C A but really represented almost everything else was a de elded disappointment to Berca people tho homo team being defeated 210- Tho defeat was not made on straight football In which it anything our men had a little the best of It tho neither was able to make consistent gains but on flukes due to lock of understanding of the duties of- their positions by some green men wereImen to turn them In instead of out and one was made on an Intercepted- forward pass for tho same reason There was a good deal of fumbling especially by hares and a dlslncltn I atldn to fall on tho ball which resulted in several bad losses and fin ally in one goal from field Alto gether the playing on both sides was tagged and disappointing Tho line up imiir A POSITION ASHLAND Johnson C Hvnns Archer It RG Mud Ilimmoml IC Cheap Archer IK Tt Newhant Street 1 iCaM lFtancryJ KK True Mmp x K Wtlnfurter nender Q Slisnklln- 1lanery A R It lch lIon Griffin I II Free c Ilaneiy C c N n Wadiworth Time of halves Jjjo Keferte Ilurdette Um rewitnuns Timekeeper Seale Ilntimnn Schwlering Berea plays Stato next Saturday and is hard at work getting ready to put up a good game- Force of Example Some men are so governed by ex ample that they cant even see a full moon without wanting to get fullttoo Philadelphia Record L tHi Leading Kentuckians are talking these days about the Ctho awakening of Kentucky They are right the old stale is getting in line am ono of the surest signs of the fact is the way people are taking tho newaprt ere Tho progressive mail is sure to do it How about you l- Commander 5 I Pearys attack on Cook seems to dwindle down to thisThat probably Cook didnt reach the pole rind if be did it was real mean of him and he oughtnt to 1r 1 There is a story possing ar und that in n certain mountain county the people hated to work the roods so badly that they threatened to kill u mull rider who complained of them Of course the story was printed in a Blue Grass papal by some one that was trying to throw oil on us There are no people more public spirited than the moun lain won and every one of them is willing to do his share toward the publio work There would never be any hopes for the mountains if tho men were going to wait for some one else to pay them to do their own work and they know it A HINT FOR FARMERS Every mountain farmer agrees hint the corn fields are wearing out Hud that crops are not FO good as they used to be and there is to be noticed a growing inclination to quit the use of thu hill side Holds and cultivate only the benches and bottoms This IB probably wise for the soil on the hill sides washis BO rapidly that it scon loses its value under cultivation but there is now opening way bye which the hillsides may bo used for many years without losing any thing and with a good profit to the farmer That is by grazing Secretary Wilson of the U S Department of Agriculture has recentlycalled attention to tho fact that there arenot enough beef cattle in this country There are not even so many as there were two years ago by 2180000 head The price of beef has been steadily going up and it is still on the rise It will keep on for some time experts think Shrewd mountaiu farmers are already taking notice of theso facts Hero are the abandoned fields and the advancing prices of cattle The answer is easy by o little care of the hillside pastures so as to keep the fields tolerbly free from weeds and brush the num ber of grazing cattle can bo increased and that on land tiFeful for nothing else and with benefit instead of hurt to the land Moreover a little attention to the breed of stock and the providing of shelters for bad weather will considerably increase the value the product There is no reason why the Blue Grass should get fat cattle prices on the same stock which the mountains have brought past the most expensive period As it is now the mountains do the hard work and tho Blue Grass by a year or so of grazing and fattening allow that is and if the mounreap all tho profits The timo to past tain farmers work it right they can save all these large profits for themselves The final finishing of the cattle forthe butcher requires some fattening food besides grass it is true but the cheaper fatten ing foods such as cowpeas and soy beans are becoming well known among out people and answer all purposes Here is a road to wealth open Some farmers are already started on it and an out readers tyjll find it worthwhile to take notice or itIGOOD MEETING I Last Sunday evening meeting of tho Young Mena Christian Associa Lion was more than usually interest Ing The subject was Tho Greatest Movement in the Student World Today having reference to tho remark able progress of the Bible Study Department in all lands Prof flame gave a stirring address on the Indlspenalbl lIty of Bible study dally Mr Wilson tho new State Student Secretary spoke on tho Importance of getting Into a Bible Study Group at once Mr llsoQ was General Secretary Ini tho Unlveri sity of Missouri for three years andI his experience along this line made his words all tho more effective AI good number of fellows have already enrolled themselves in tho voluntary dormitory groups For the benefit of those whoso esti mation of tho Young Mens Christian Association received a set back because of the behaviour of a visiting I Association football team it injustice be said that seven of tho 4shI land men were not Y M 0 A members or connected with the institu tion In any way also that their con duct was a source of regret to the other four who were Y M CVA members r I DISCIPLES PLAN REVIVAL I Tho Rev W S Gamboe of Louis vlllo will assist the Mr Chas man in a series of meetings ColI gin next Sunday morning at the clplea church He is widely known both as a pastor and aa evangelist and tho church hero feels itself es pecially fortunate in securing his services The cooperation of all Christian people la asked in this effort j The meeting will begin with a song service on Saturday night and Mr I Gamboo will preach Sunday morning SAD DEATH I Universal sorrow and sympathy was felt last Saturday at tho news of tho death of Dr T A Robinsons daughter Frances who had been 111 teIverwith pneumonia She was a lovable I and charming girl and will be great triendslThethe Baptist church was largely attended I and showed the universal res I pect and sympathy which was felt by our citizens for the family of the decease J v V I I 1 h t HAYS AND ABNEY ARRESTED Deputy Sheriff W A Johnson arrived In town Wednesday morning with Ernest Hays and Leonid Abney for whose capture rewards of 600 had been offered They aro accused of participating in the alleged murder of John Lane near Dig Hill some time last Juno Sheriff Johnson captured Hayes last night at his home In Jackson County When captured Hayes was sitting on the side of the bed talking to his mother Johnson was obliged to crawl on the ground for more than 100 yards in order to approach the house Abney was captured in Oklahoma lab Wednesday and brought by Johnson from St Louts The twp will probably be put OB trial at the coming termof the Madison Circuit Court Hays being charged with the actual killing and Abney with being accessory WARNING Dont open letters not addressed to you The penalty is 200 fine and cannot be evaded When you get a letter from the postoff Ice be sure it is addressed to you before you open it Tho department has issued orders for the strict enforcement of the law and fins of 200 will be assessed for each offenso and a plea of mistake will not help any The law is absolute and is being rigidly enforced TAKE NOTICE IThero will soon begin a long series of articles by F 0 Clark who has won such a reputation as a practical and scientific farmer on making the land produce larger crops It can be done It has got to be done as the worn out corn fields on the bill sides of our mountains prove and Mr Clark will tell us how Jt ought to be done We can promise our readers that the series will be one of the most valuable ever published and it is something that cannot bo obtained any where else and that is Just what we mountain folks need Watch for that series of arUcles and dont miss one of them for they deal with a subject which Is about as valuable as any can ever be to the mountains We wish to remind poor boys think lug of coming to heron this year that there is a reward of J10 offered by Henry Lengfellner for tho boy who walks in the farthest to learn tho tin nora trade Mr Lengfellner adds that he will give such a fellow a good Job during next cummer so that he can continue to earn hisway thrp school Here Is a fine chance for a poor boy OUR WESTERN TOUR I No 6Yo ITahoe The above named places of popular interest may not bo more than a hundred miles apart but they are reached by two separate side trips from San Francisco each ono of more than two hundred miles To reach Yosemite Park we traveled 230 miles by rail and fifteen miles of mountain stago road attaining a height of four thousand leetTho National Park originally was lOfty miles square Something like one third of it has been given up to form California townships but an addition of about two miles by three has been made on the south to take in the Mariposa grove of big trees Extensive as the park is the objects of most special interest center around a section of tho valley of the llerI ced River of comparatively small aren This la a canyon some eight miles I long averaging about threefourths of a mile In width The floor of thja I canyon is level and partly covered with trees The walls rise from I 2500 to 4000 feet curve somewhat I tOllow11IThe Three Brothers The Three Graces I Catherdal Spires Leaning Tower I Glacier Point Royal Arches North Dome Halt Domestic From somec points nearly all of these are In sight at once and not seeming half so ills ant as Is the fact Some are ascend ed by roundabout trails many times I as long as the direct distance YoseII mite Vernal Nevada and Bridal Yell Falls are beautiful objects in the same area but to us far less striking than it our visit had beenI In when the melting snows o i vOlumolatborhood and is enthusiastic over its beauties But she was led into exertions beyond her powers of endurance and besides that her future life is likely to be embittered by the thought that she has no picture of tho dear tripod mule Dan whoseI Intelligent faithfulness brought safe though almost helpless to camp after the all day climb and descent covering fifteen miles of ground much of it along steep and narrow paths Meanwhile I was making the trip to see the famous trees the Sequoya of Mariposa Grove To Gothls I made a mountain stage drive of 3G miles in the afternoon stayed at tho Wawona hotel had a 680 break fast and coverer 43 miles that day rounding up at Yocemlte proper the starting point of the previous day All along the way we saw numerous specimens of yellow pine sugar pine cedar and Douglas fir which would bo called big trees In the east A height of two hundred feet and a dlameter of four or five feet were common where too It was BO rocky oa to seem to give no toots for roothold Indeed the largest tree on the floor of the Yosemite canyon la fully ten feet through Arriving at our destination I fount the Sequoya themselves scattered over perhaps a hundred acres of land among trees of other kinds Cutting down largely tho estimate of tho guide I should say that wo saw three hundred or more of tho trees and that fifty specimens are from twenty toI thirty feet In diameter I took down the Individual names of seventyfive These were named from Presidents and other distinguished men from states and cities or from some special pccularlty The Grizzly Giant Is claimed to be tho largest tree In the world and the oldest as wen say 8000 years of ago It shows marks of senility and is not so tall as some of tho vigorous youths not more than two or three thousand years old The Columbia is popularity accounted tho tallest tree in the groves height being carefully computed at 323 feet It should be remarked that some of tho Redwood trees on the coast which I shall not see while less in girth are still taller than the Sequoya I will not dwell upon such interesting incldento as our driving through two of the trees a troop of cavalry being photographed upon tho Fallen Monarch etc Turning to the famed Lake Tahoe I will be briefer because of Its less striking character I reach this by a railroad ride of 209 miles from San Francisco on one of the leading lines followed by a narrowgauge ride of fifteen miles where the regular rate la ten cento a mile We occupy about eight horns in being taken around the lake in a steamer stopping at ten different points The lake is 23 tnllec long and 13 miles wide As we J C9iitlnurd on tourtf page i 14 l Knowledgeispowerand the way to keep up with modernknowledge is to read agood t newspaper i r copy TOWN TICKETI 11 t Berea Republicans at Harmonious Convention NomlnateSplendid List PractlcallyUnanimous l The Berea Republican mass conven tlon met Wednesday night In the public ry school house and nominated the following ticket of town officers For Mayor John L Gay For Police Judge G D Holllday For Councilmen Andrew Isaacs J K Baker Ellis C Seale J M Ambrose J W DInsmore J W Fowler The meeting was called to order at 7 oclock p m by John L Gay chalr man of the Republcan Town Commit tee with G D Holliday as temporary secretary and on motions of C D Lewis and Bert Gabbard the temporary organization was made perma nent On motion of J W DInsmore and second by S E Welch after some discussion It was resolved byiabout 60 to 4 that the chairman appoint a nominating committee of three On motion of E C Seale the committee was instructed to nominate Mr Gay for mayor This was done EO 1 that Mr Gay would not be under the embarrassing duty of appointing men who would In response to the almost j himselffeOsborno and Floyd Kldd I their deliberations the conventioniwas entertained by Prof Raine and James Combs The committee reported the tickets given above RH Chrisman mov ed and S E Welch seconded that the house adopt tho report by acclamation As there was no desire tout off other nominations an oppor unity was given to amend the retport A P Settle moved to i tute T A Robinson for G D Holll day but the motion was lost by about 60 to 8 votes There being no other PtedIrepublican candidate for County clerk the meeting adjourned The discovery of the North Pole Cook and Peary has set the world atalic ing but of even more importance to the travelling salesman of Easterly Kentucky has been the discovery of the Boone Tavern IN OUR OWN STATE Earthquake Reported In Kentucky Deputy Sheriff Murdered In Corbin Another Whiskey SuicideLouis ville Wins Pennant r HID IN ICE BOXA negro burglar at work in a saloon in Lexington lastfweek tried to escape by hid- Ing In the ice box and was very nearly frozen when he was finally found WHISKEY DID rrThls is not unimportant piece of news but it may be important to some man Gideon B Lochard committed suicide in Louisville last Friday leaving behind a note with these words Whiskey did ItJust think of It again DISCIPLES CONVENTION The convention of the Disciples Church which was held in Lexington last week was very successful being very largely attended and most interesting COLONELS WIN Louisville clinch ed her hold on the American Asso ciation Pennant last Saturday and tho there were still a few games to play it was then recognized that she had it surely Next year the Colonels will have a new name Champs SUICIDE IN RICHMOND Miss Lizzie Hawkins of Fayijtto Co who was visiting in Richmond choked her self to death with a valise strap on Monday She had made several pre vious attempts to take her life WERE YOU SHAKEN There are reports of an earthquake in this and adjolnlngstates oh Sunday night Wo didnt feel it Did your e SHERIFF SHOTDeputy Sheriff Carlo Jones of Whitley was killed In Corbin last week by Parris Shot well who had been pardoned four months ago from a life term for murder For the Spelling Class I prophesy an agreeable ecstasy in perceiving the unparalleled embarrassment of a harassed postilion while gauging the symmetry of a potato peeled by a sibyl Dictate this sentence and find how many of your friends will bQ able to spell it aright Make the Best of Everything The secret of a cheerful life lies la making the best of things and putting fret rind worry behind you d 0 S I I jr t 5- a SMITtii 1 WtIISPERINGbyI I P I i BY ANDRE BOWLEDBY CHAS 3CRIBNCRJ JON3 t PAJG19 u SYNOPSIS Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck era were called out to clear the railroad flF tracks at Smoky Creek McCloud a young road superintendent caught Sin clair and his men In the act of looting wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In ithe declaring It only amounted to a t suma treat for the men McCloud tile whole outfit and ordered t the wreckage burned McCloud became acquainted with Dlckale Dunning a girl of the west who tame to look at the SlnI t President Bucks of the railroad of Mc Cloud brave light against a gang of 11I crazed miners and that Wit the reaspn the superintendents appointment to i RIshigh omce McCloud arranged to board at the boarding house of Mrs Sin wifeII I Abrokenmarried which occurred after one year of Ute Sinclair visited Marion Sin clair shop and a fight between him and t SmokyCreekMcCloud prepared to face the altuaUon President Ducks notified Smith that he had work ahead McCloud worked for runninginpie criticising his methods to Marlon Sinclair CHAPTER IX Sweeping Orders The burning of Smoky Creole bridge was hardly off the minds of the moun lain men when a disaster of a differ ent sort befell the division In the Rat valley east of Sleepy Cat the main line springs between two ranges of 1 hula with a dip and a long supported grade In each direction At the point fromSa spur runs to a granite quarry 1 the track for two miles is straight rind the swilch target and lights are I seen easily from eIther direction save at one particular moment of the da- yII moment which is In the valley nightIJ the Smoky Creek fire came a double headed stock train from the Short t Line with 40 cars of steers The twitch stood open this much was afterward abundantly proved The train came down the grade very fast to gain speed for the hill ahead of It The head engtneman too late saw the open target Ha applied the emergency whlsI 4ofa dozen engines would have beon I powerless to check the heavy train i On the quarry track stood three flat loaded with granite blocks for the 1abutment of the new Smoky Creek l bridge On a sanded track rolling at 10 miles an hour and screaming in the Butches of the burning brakes theI fceavy engines struck the switch like- nI avalanche reared upon the granite flats and with 40 loads of cattle Iladen Into the canyon below not a Jtr remained on the rails Tho head brakeman riding in the second cab engineItho road was stirred What mode the affair more dreadful was that it had occurred on the time of Number Six a the eastbound passenger train held that morning at Sleepy Cat b an en gins failure Glover came to look Into tho matter The testimony of all tended to one conclusion that the quarry switch had been thrown at some time between 430 and 5 oclock that morning Inferences were many Tramps during the early summer had been unusually troublesome and many of them had been rigorously handled by trainmen robbery might have been n moUvo as the express cars on train t Number Six carried heavy specie shipments from tho coast A third trod more exciting event soon put the quarry wreck into the background I Tel days afterward an east bound passenger train was flagged in ii night at Sugar Duties 12 miles 1tho of Sleepy Cat When the heavy slowed up two men boarded the 1engine and with pistols compelled the engincmqn to cut off the express cars and pull them to the watertank a I mile east vf the station Three men I there in waiting forced th express car blow open the safe and the gung rode away halt an hour later loaded with gold coin and currency 1 Had a stick of dynamite been ex- plOded under the Wickiup there could t not have been more excrement at Medicine Bend Within three hours after the news reached the town a posso under Sheriff Van Horn with a e car load of horseflesh and 14 guns was started for Sugar Duties The 1 t troll led north and the pursuers mode crossedtwooded canyon whore they dome upon traces of a campfire Van Horn i leading jumped from bin horse bud thrust his hand into the ashes they wero still warm and ho shouted to his men to ride UD As he called out a HQecracked from the boxelder trees ahead of him The sheriff felt shot through the head and a deputy spring ing from his saddlo to pick him up was shot in precisely tho same way the posse thrown Into a panic did not fire a slnglo shot and for an hour darod not ride back for tho bodies After dark they got the two dead men j and at midnight rode with them Into Sleepy Cat When the news reached McCIond be 1wastalking with Bucks over the wires t Intad got Into headquarters at f r- r j l1 F J l thQ river late that night and was get ting details from McCloud of the Sugar Duties robbery when tho superInten- dent sent him tho news of tho killing of Van Horn and the deputy In the answer that Ducks sent came a name new to the wires of tho mountain division and rarely seen oven In special correspondence but HughIe Morrison who took the message never forgot that name Hughie hared the mes sage to 3IcCloudand stood by while the superintendent read Whispering Smith Is due In Cheyenne tomorrow Meet him at the Wickiup Sunday morning ho has full authority I have told him to get these fellows it It takes all the money In the treasury and not to atop till he cleans them out of the Rocky Mountains J 8 B CHAPTER X At the Three Horses Clean them out of the Rocky moun alas that Is a pretty good contract mused the man In McClouds office on Sunday morning lie sal opposite Mc Cloud In Bucks old easy chair and held in his hand Bucks telegram As ho spoko ho raised his eyebrows and settled back but the unusual deplh of the chair and the shortness of his legs left his chin helpless in his black tie sothat he was really no better off ex cept that he had changed ono position of discomfort for another A clerk opened the outer office door Mr Dancing asks If ho can see you Mr McCloudTell am busy Dill Dancing closo on the clerks heels spoke for himself I know it Mr McCloud I know ill ho Inter I posed urgently but let me speak to you Just a moment Hat in hand Dill because no opo would knock him down to keep him out pushed Into the room Ive got a plan he urged In regards to getting those holdups How are you Bill 1 exclaimed the man In the easy chair Jumping hastily to his feet and shaking Dancings hand Then quite as hastily ho sat down crossed his knees violently stared at the giant lineman and exclaimed Lets have it Dancing looked at him In silence and with some contempt Tho train master had broken in on tho superin tendent for a element and the two were conferring in an undertone What might your name be mister growled Dancing addressing with some condescension the man In tho easy chair The man waved his hand as If It were immaterial and answered with a single word Forgotten Hows thaU- Forgotten II Dancing looked from one man to the other out McCloud appeared pre occupied rind his visilor seemed whol ly serious I dont want to tako too much on myself Bill began speaking to McCloud You look as if you could carry a fairsized load William provided It bore the right label suggested the visitor entirely amiable But nobody has felt worse over this thing and recent things Recent things echoed the easy chair happening to the division than I have Now I know theres been trou blo on the division I think you are putting it too strong passI misun derstandings and differences So I says to myself maybo something might be done to get every body together and bury the differences like this Mur ray Sinclair Is In town ho feels bad over this thing like any railroad man would Hes a mountain man quick as the quickest with a gun a good trailer rides like a fien land can catch a streak of sunshine traveling on a pass Why not put him at the head of a party to run em downt Run em down nodded the stranger Differences such as be or may bL May boB- eing discussed when he brings em in dead or alive and not before Thats what I said to Murray Sinclair and Murray Sinclair is ready for to take hold this minute and do what he can if hes asked I told him plain I could promise no promises that I says lays with George McCloud Was I right was I wrong If I was wrong right me It I was right say so All I want Is harmony The nevman nodded approval Dully Dill ho exclaimed heartily Mister protected the lineman with simple dignity Id Just a little rather you wouldnt bully me nor Bill me AH In good part Dill as you shall see all In good part Now before Mr McCloud gives you his decision I want to be allowed n word Your Idea looks good tome At first I may say It didnt 1 am candid I say it didnt It looked like setting a dog to catch his own tail Mind you I dont say It cant bo done A dog can catch his own tall they do do it proclaimed the stranger in a low and emphatic ploderatIng coedwho gets anything out of It but the dog Dill Dancing somewhat clouded and not deeming It well to bo n g I Fogarty Helll He Exclaimed I drawn Into any damaging admissions looked around for a cigar and not seeing one looked solemnly at the new Solomon and stroked his beard That iu how It looked to me at first con cluded the orator but I fay now It looks good to me and as a stranger I may say I favor It Dancing tried to look unconcerned and seemed disposed to be friendly What might be your lino of bust nessReal estate I am from Chicago I sold everything that was for sale In Chicago and camo here to stake out the Spanish Sinks and the Great Salt lake yes Its drying up and theres an immense opportunity for claims along the shore Ive been looking Into It- Into the claims or Into the lake asked McCloud Into both and Mr McCloud I want to say I favor Mr Dancings Idea thats all Right wrongs no man Let Dill see Sinclair and see what they can figure out And hay ing spoken the stranger sank back and tried to look comfortable- Ill talk with you later about It Dill said McCloud briefly Meantime Dill see Sinclair and re port suggested the stranger Its as good as done announced Dancing taking up his hat and Mr McCloud might I hue a little advance for cigars and things Cigars and ammunlllon of course See Sykes William see Sykes If the office is closed go to his bousa and see what will happen to you added the visitor In an aside and tell him to telephone up to Mr McCloid for In slruclion ho concluded unceremon iously Now why do you want to start Dillon a fool business llko that asked McCloud as Bill Dancing took long steps from the room toward the office df Sykcs the cashier Ho didnt know me today but ho will tomorrow said the stranger re flectively Gods what Ive seen that man go through in tho days of the giants Why George this will keep the boys talking and they have to do something Spend the money tho company is making it too fast any way they moved 22000 cars one day last week Personally Iill glad to have a little fun out flt it will be hell pure and undefiled long before wo get through This will bo an easy way of letting Sinclair know I am here Bill will report me confidentially to him as a suspicious personage To the astonishment of Sykes the superintendent confirmed over the tol ephone Dancings statement that ho was to draw some expense money Bill asked for J25 Sykes offered him two and Dill with somo Indignation ac cepted five He spent all of this in trying to find Sinclair and on the strength of his story to time boys bor rowed five dollars more to prosecute the search At ten oclock that night he ran Into Sinclair playing cards In the big rooms above the Three Horses The Three Horses still rears Its hospitable twostory front in Fort slrett the only one of the Medicine Bend gambling houses that goes back to the days of 67 and It Is the toast of its owners that slnco the key was thrown away 3fl years ago its oiors have never been closed night or day except once for two hours during the funeral of Dave Hawk Bill Dancing drew Sinclair from his game and told him ot the talk with McCloud touch ing It up with natural enthusiasm The brldgeman took the news In high good humor and slapped Dancing on the hack Did you see him alone Bill asked Sinclair with Interest 11 71 t Como over here come along I want you to meot a good friend Hero liar vey shake hands with Bill Dancing Bill this Is old Harvey Du Sang meanest man in the mountains to his enemies and the whitest to his friends cb Harvey Harvey seemed uncommunicative Studying hIs hand ho asked In a sour way whether it was a Jackpot and upon being told that it was not pushed forward some chips and looked sic pidly up though Harvey was by no means stupldProud to know you sir said BIU bending frankly as he put out his hand Proud to know any friend of Murray Sinclairs What might be your business Again Du Sang appeared abstracted He looked up at the giant lineman who in spite of his own size and strength could have crushed him between his fingers and hitched his chair a little but got no further toward an answer and paid no attention whatever to Dills extended band Cow business Bill interposed Sin clair Where Why up near the park Dill up near tho park Bill Is an old friend of mine Harvey Shake bands with George Seagrue Bill and you know Henry Kargand old Stormy Gorman well I guess you know him too exclaimed Sinclair Introducing tho other players Look hero a min ute Harvey Harvey much against his inclination was drawn from the table and retired with Sinclair and Dancing to an empty corner where Dancing told his story again At the conclusion of It Haney rather snorted Sinclair asked questions Was anybody else there when you saw McCloud Bill One man answered DIll impres sively 4 WhoA to me A stranger What did he look like Slender man and kind of odd talk log with a sandy mustache Hear his name He told mo his name but Its skipped mo I declare Hes kind of darkcomplecteJllke Stranger eh mused Du Sang his eyes were wandering over the roomSlender man repeated Dill but 1 didnt take much notice of him Said bo was In the real estate busIness In the real estate business rAndd- Id ho sit Ihoro while you talked this over with the college guy muttered Du Sang Ho Is all right boys and ho said youd know his name if I could speak It declared Bill Look anything like that man stand ing with his hands In his pockets over there by the wheel asked Da Sang turning his back carefully on a now comer as he made the suggestion Whero=there No Yes hold on thats the man thero now Hold on now urged Bill struggling with the excitement of ten hours and ten dol lars In one day His name sounded like Fogarly As Dancing spoke Sinclairs eyes riveted on the nor face at the other side of the gambling room Fogarty hem he exclaimed starting Stand right still Du Sang dont look around That man is Whispering Smith CHAPTER XI Parley- It was recalled ono evening not long ago at the Wickiup that the affair with Sinclair had all taken place within a period of two years and that practical ly all of the actors la tho event had been together and In friendly relation I tn on a Thanksgiving day at the Dunning ranch not so very long before the trou ble began DIcUsle Dunning was away at school at the time and Lance Dun ning was celebrating with a riding and shooting feet and a barbecue The whole country had been invited Ducks was in the mountains on an in spection trip and Bill Dancing drove him with a party of railroad mon over from Medicine Dead The mountain men tor 150 miles around were out Geno and Bob Johnson from Orovlllo and the Peace river lead como with their friends From Williams Cache thoro was not only a big delegation more of one than was really desirable but It was led by old John Rebstock himself Whoa the invitation U gen eral lines cannot bo too closely drawn Not only was Lance Dunning some thing of a sport himself but on the Long Range It Is part of a stockmans creed to bo on good terms with his neighbors At n Thanksgiving day bar becue not oven a mountain sheriff would ask questions Among the railroad people wero George McCloud Anderson tho assistant superintendent Farrell Kennedy chief of the special service and his righthand man Bob Scott In espe cial Sinclairs presence at the barbe cuo was recalled Ho had some croniN with him from among his upcountry following and was introducing his now bridge foreman Karg afterward known as Flat Note and George Sea grue the Montana cowboy Sinclair fraternized that day with the Williams Cache men and It was remarked oven then that though a railroad man ho appeared somewhat outside the railroad circle When tho shooting matches were announced a browneyed railroad man was asked to enter Ho had been out of tho mountains for somo tlmo and was a comparative stranger in tho gathering but tho Wil liams Cache men had not forgotten him Rebitock especially wanted to see him shoot While much of tho time out of the mountains on railroad business be was known to bo closely In Bucks counsels and as to the mountains themselves ho was ro puted to know them bettor than Bucks n Glover himself know them This was Whispering Smith but beyond a low voiced greeting or an expression of sucprlso at meeting an old ac quaintance he avoided talk When urged to shoot ho resisted all persua sion and backed up his refusal by showing a bruise on his trigger finger Ho declined oven to act as Judgo In the contest suggesting the sheriff Ed Banks for that office McCloud did not meet the host Lance Dunning that day nor since the day of the barbecue bad Du Sang or Sinclair seen Whispering Smith until tho night Du Sang spotted him near the wheel in the Throe Horses Du Sang at onco drew out of his game and loft tho room Sinclair In the meantime had undertaken a quarrel some Interview with Whispering Smith I supposed you knew I was hero said Smith to him amiably Ot course I dont travel In a private car or carry a billboard on my back but I havent been hiding The last time we talked returned Sinclair measuring words carefully you wore going to stay out of tho mountainsI have been glad to Murray Affairs are in such shape on tug division now that somebody had to coma so thoy sent for meI The two men worn sitting it a table Whispering Smith was cutting and leisurely mixing a pack of cards Well so far as Im concerned Im out of it Sinclair went on after a pause but however that may be If youre back hero looking for trouble theres no reason I guess why you cant find It Thats not It Im not hero looking for trouble Im hero to fix this thing up What do you want 7 Not a thing Im willing to do anything fair and right declared Whispering Smith raising his voice a little abovo the hum of tho rooms Fair and right is an old song And a good one to sing in this country Just now Ill do anything I can to adjust any grievance Murray What do youwanU- SInclair for a moment was silent and his answer made plain his unwlll ingness to speak at all There never would havo been a grievance if Id been treated like a white man Ills eyes burned sullenly Ive been treated like a dog That Is not It That Is It declared Sinclair sav agely and theyll find its it Murray I want to say only this only this to mako things clear Ducks feels that hes been treated Worse than a dofe Then let him put me back where I belongIts little late for that Murray a lilllo Into said Smith gently Shouldnt you rather take good money and get off the division Mind you I say good money Murray and peace Sinclair answered without the slight est hesitation Not while that man McCloud is hor g4A iiMi Y WhisperIng Smith smiled Ive sol no authority to kill McCloud There aro plenty of men Inth mountains that dont need any But lets start fair urged Whis poring Smith softly Ho leaned forward with ono finger extended In ton fidence Dont lot us havo any misunderstanding on the start Let Mc Cloud alone If ho Is killed now Im speaking fair and open and making no threats but I know how it wIU come out there will bo nothing but killing hero for six months Wo will make just that memorandum on Mo Cloud Now about the main question Every sensible man in the world wants somethingI men that have been going a lomf time without what they wanted Smith flushed nud nodded You neednt have said that but no matter Every sensible man wants something Murray This Is blgcounlry Theres a Worlds Fair running somewhere all the Ume In It Why not travel a 114 tie What do you want I want my lots or I want a non superintendent here Just exactly the two things arid by heavens tho only two I cant manage Come onco moro and Ill meet you NoM Sinclair rose to his foot No damn your money I This Is my home The high country Is my country its whore my friends are Its tilled with your friends 1 know that But dont put your trust In your friends They will stay by you 1 know but onco In a long while there will bo a false friend Murray one that will sell you roraembor that I stay Whispering Smith looked up in ad miration I know youre game It isnt necessary for me to say that to you But think of the fight you art going Into against this company You can worry them youve dono It But a bronco might as well try to buck a locomotive at for ono man or six or GOO to win out In the way you are play lag I will look out for my friends others Sinclair hitched hIs bolt and 4andHis eyes worn fixed on the green cloth repeatodSinclairOthorar echoed Whispering Smith goodnaturedlyMay for themselves Of course ot counsel Wcll If this IB the end ot It Im sorry You will bo sorry It you mix in a quarrel that Is nono of yours Why Murray I never had a quar gel with a man in my life You are pretty smooth but you + cant drive me out of this country I Then Keep Away from Herl know how well youd like to do it and take notice theroa ono trail you cant cross oven It you stay hero 1 suppose you understated that Smith felt his heart leap Ho sat In his chair turning tho pack slowly but with only ono hand now tho other hand was free Sinclair eyed hint sldowiso Smith moistened his lips slowlyThoro lusion to her Into It For that matter I told Bucks ho should have sent any man but me If Im in tho way Sin emit if my presence hero Is all that stands in tho way Ill go back and stay back as before and send any ono else you lIke or Bucks likes Are you willing to say that I stand In the way of a settlement Sinclair sat down and put his hands on the table No your matter and mine is another affair All I want be rightWhisperingthe cards Youve always had It Then keep away from her Dont toll mo what to do Thon dont toll me Im not telling you You will do herobecause sonthoromyfrlonds lIa8oI 1 TA t It Kentucky Items of V Interest l I f TAX CONFERENCE t pistlngulshedbled In Louisville IntornaJon I f taxation brought together ono ot the most distinguished bodies that ever drv met In Ioulavlllo Governors personal representatives of states and premiers S of Canada answered PeeenL With betethemro 14 gerness to start tho convention ma rf4 chinery In turning out solutions a t i vital tax questions Mayor James F GrlnstCfid extended hearty greetings nnd Gov A E WIIson then was de 1 clared permanent chairman Treat I lenglfh x System and declared the association t must make its war upon It Tho fed era 1 luxation ot corporations la aa dl sect and a tar moro serious InterIor alitIIIlocal taxation wo are endeavoring to promote than would havo been tho pro posed federal taxation of Inheritances against which our first and second conferences protested A tax levied on property that produces no income can 4h paid only through the confiscation i a part of tho property A tax levied on Income that takes so large a por i lion of tho Income as to discourage kaaeffort will either drive owners to oth f er localities where they will not bo Impoverished by taxation or it wilt calico a depression of enturprlsn through destroying a reasonable hotq of securing n catlfifatfory profit he saide i CAMPAIGN OF EVANGELISM l Decided Upon by Kentucky Confer enco of M E Church Southry Parts KyAt tho annual sessionn of tho Kentucky Conference of tho Methodist Episcopal Church SOlltbl Ulshop E E loan prodding coq evangolicj tho ensuing year of n coli trllrCIIrc with evangelistic work In IlIrtlfpRtd4tt livered tho annual address beforo the Preacher Aid society In which ho ad vocated a pension to aged ministers equal to average salary retched dur t ing their active ministry An Impor t tant meeting ot the trustees of Ken lucky Wesloyan college was held I IThl Preachers Aid loclety showed a4 balance of 23000 which was further I nggregatlngtfWILL NOT HAVE TO USE FILTER a iCity of Georgetown Loses Suit Against Water Company LFrtn1lrort Ky Under a decision y r- WV the appellate court the Georgetown 00ifport nod not bo com trolled to put In a filter although the water furnished for domestic Use Is alleged to bo impure Tho appellate cant decided that fliero was no con tract between the city of Georgetown anti the water company to the 1I1T1JI t that a filter must bo put In and Jug pent that publicspirited citizens ako up the case and Induce the water corn pony to put In a filter Crrelsboro yThe BftnkofCreoU boro closed ltd doors for an indefinite time It Is the general opinion that tho bank is In no danger ot gohig UJ the wall l i Louisville Ky Tho Rebnkah Stnte Assembly I 0 0 F not In annual meeting here A gain of 975 mem liens during tho your was reported among tho various chapters Hanklnnvlllo KyTluo Planters Protective Association of Kentucky and Tennessee elected J W Stone president vice provident J W Uaherj secretary Felix O EwIng treasurer Mrs W E Greene auditor John D SenleaV I IxMilsvlllo KyTwo hundred dole gates will represent LoulavIIlo In the annual convention of the Ohio Valley Improvement association at Clncln natl next month Tho local associa tion will contribute 1000 to tho work of tho association Ixnilfivlllo Ky Prominent Insur ance men from all Ejections of the country will bo present when tho Na tlonal Association of Life Under writers meets In this city October 6 ovcntjhnow Paducah KytMault of the terrine gulf storm the West Kentuckyw Coal Co with headquarters hero Ina property valued at 170500 at DonahI Ronvllle La The towboat Harvester and 28 loaded barges three empties and a pumpboat were sunk I Lexington KyArthur tang 28 of this city and James Gleason IS of Louisville wore arrested hero after nil attempt hud been made to open tho safe In tho office of the clnnatl Southern Railroad Qos JIIowj depot Long Admitted his part ftttcwctcU burglary PRISONERS SET FREE ofIFrankfort Ky James lane who with iota wife Calllo Lane Jack Haw king and Armllda Roberts was Indict ed on the charge of trying to burn a house occupied by Jeff Iunsford In EBtlrt county and sentenced to the penitentiary for five years will go trIo under a Judgment at the court of lap peals which ordered the case reversed and Lane acquitted This Judgment means also that Mrs Lane and Miss Roberts will be acquitted Hawkins confessed that he burned tho real dance but there was no other proof except his confession against the oth ors Indicted with him Judge Settle In his opinion sod that tile defend ants except Hawkins should bo ae quitted under Sections 241 anti 242 0f the criminal cola The Lanes are welltodo pcoplo of Richmond Altor asalsldyds ot Bunch Harris asked for moro tlm In tho case BLIND TIGERS ARE RUNNING In Louisville Bays Mutual Protective Association Official Action De mended Louisville Ky Claiming to havo positive knowledge that blind tigers are running all over the city without license from the government state or city and that a great injustice is be tag done law uhlding saloonkeepers compelled to pay high license the Mu hint Protective association of which J C Boardman Is president forward I ed a letter to FL U Green chairman of thu board of public safety demand ing iifllclal action I DANNER TOBACCO CROP More Than 8000 Acres Grown In Ma son County This Year Dover Ky Perhaps tho largos droll ot oldie burley tobacco overgrown In Mason county In now eraa Llcally cut and housed or scaffold art out Tho barns era all full and the tobacco Is bclni hung out on scaffolds Accurate figures taken by solicitors for tho Burley Tobacco society show lint a little more than 8000 acres of tobacco wero grown In this county this year which means about 8000000 rounds This tobacco Is being sal idly jrwv by the Burley o cfty some of the largest grow ers In he county pealing that crops during the peat week an about SO per cent of tho entire crop In the county has teen signed up to tho society S A Shanklln and T D 81fttt cry pf MnysvJIle Addressed the growers hero and at the close of tile meeting many growers Joined the pool Ixraliivllltf KProt S 11 Tlnsloy bead of the mathematics department of the wale high school received anti ficatlon of his appointment as a team her of the International Commission of Teachers of Mathematics The np polntnumt Is considered a high honor Louisville Ky Irremovable rccor of the Ixnilsvlllo diocese met an voted upon three names suggested an possible Bticcossors to the late Dlshop McCloskey The names and the re suit of fhe vote which was not made public will be forwarded to Iopo Plus al once a Lexington IrThe Kentuckyetal- convention of the Christian Womans Hoard ot Missions opened at tho Au ditorium Mrs E L Powell missionary to India told of her ox perlcncp Mrs Ida Withers HnrrlHon state president gave the address o welcome Kllzabethtown fi1The American Society of Equity aid tho Hurley To butte Growers association formed an alliance In this city to pool the 1905 tobncco crop In tile counties of liar din Hart Metcalfe lul1lle Lame Green and Barren Louisville KyMr ami Mrs T E Layman an aged couple living live miles east of Bonnlovllle wero bru tally assaulted In their homo by thrao masked robbers who were later cap tured The community Is hlghlv wrought up and a lynching Is feared LoulBvillc IcyThe republican state campaign committee met nnd organized Ih C Howard was mode chairman Dr W C Black vice chair man and A S Bennott secretary nnd treasurer The conimlttctj will begin ictlvc work at once l IcxliiKtpn lyTho board of trus tees of tho College of the Blblo of Transylvania university agreed to In create the memborshlH of tho board thetamount bf properly tho COMORO cmi hold from 250000 to 1000000 Brownsville Ky Surgodns ampn tated both legs of M II Mlnton who was shot by night riders at Itoo Spring Ky some weeks ago Mlnton was called upon by the riders In the night but refused to come out Thou the riders fired Into his house wound- Ing Mlnton nod other members ot the family Including tv Three ntbold bnto lit Us mothers army AWAITEDIArguments f I Racing Commission vs Latonla i Fair Association Frankfort Ky Arguments In tho case of the Kentucky State Racing Commission against tbo Latonla Agri cultural Fair association wore rom pleted in tho court of appeals Chlot Justice Nunn Judges Carroll Hobson Settle and Darker hearing the arguments The argument for the racing association was made by Judge Iouli allRoItho fall meeting at Latonla wjjl beef fccted In any way by the decision of the court as the mandate ot the court of appeals can not be delivered until 30 days after tho opinion The de clsion of the court will be awaited with Interest Upon It hangs the fate of racing and breeding in Kentucky EXCEPTIONo All Officers of International Tax Association Are ReElected LoulsvHle IyTho sessions of the International Tax tipsgclatlon closed with the election of officers All th former offlcert were reelected with tho exception of ArUiur J Mathew son of Ontario Canada vice president tor the dominion who resigned In his place A J McNabb municipal minister Saskatchewan Canada was chosenThe officers ore President Allen lllpley Foote Columbus O trees user Foster Copeland polumbus 0 secretary Mary S Snyder Columbus 0 vice president for the United States LawBon Purdy New Yorkclly4 corresponding secretary for the 11nlted- Stales A V Pleydoll New York city corresponding secretary for the Do minion of Canada O IL Ovary K C Toronto Canada Coy Wilson of Kentucky entertain cd the conference at luncheon and an auto tour of the city brought the moot to an end SENSATIONAL AFFIDAVIT FILED By Defendants 50000 Damage Suit of Mrs Newton B Hazelett Frankfort KyIn order to remove Judge It L Stout from the bench In the trial of the r0000 damage suit of Mrs Newton B Hazelett agates Walker Duncan Hubert Kessler and chargeddo most sensational affidavit ever filed In a Kentucky court was flied by the de fendanta In the suit The affidavit pi leges tbat Judge Stout Is In sympathy with the tobacco societies which It 1t alleged conducted the night riding As a result ot the sensational affidavit accusing Judge Stout of having made tho statement that he couU not afford to bo against the Burloy Tobacco So cloty and Socletyof Equity In Frank IIn county and other statements Judge Stout Issued a rulo against At torneys John Todd Luther Willis and L F Johnson ordering them to nn showdof court v Frankfort KyGov wlilllo tappointed Samuel Wilson or Lexington special Judge to try the 250To dent ago suit of Mrs Joule Hazelcft against Walter Duncan and others Duncan killed Mrs Hazcletts husband claim Ing he was a night rider rFrankfort KyAtty ten Breathltt handed down an Important opinion afcounty except members ot the general ismnlnatBowling Green KyDr BvFCa bell former president of Potter col loge died at Cabollfall of Bright disease Ho of Potter college 20 years and made It ono of the most successful girls schools in tho south Louisville yEnglneer VIckllffo Do Haven of Cloverport Kyanrt Fireman James Cain of this city were badly Injured when 10 freight cars ut tached to the engine In which they wore riding were derallcrluone mllo west of Rend Ky Winchester KyTho burgoo cud barbecue given by the Winchester Commercial club at the fair grounds In honor of tho burley pool was at tended by thousands from Clark and adjoining counties and great enthu siasm prevailed Frankfort KThl United States circuit court for tho Eastern Kentucky district in this city will commence September 2j with Judge A M J Cochran presiding Tho criminal dock et is not large but tho dull docket Is full of Interest and n largo one + v Parts IyJohn T Hlnton was nominated as the democratic candidate for mayor E B January tulleJudge J C Elgin chief of police Four out of seven members of the oM council were nominated thus tying the bauds of the paw mayor PIRATES KILLED REVENUE CREW Men on Government Boat Made Hard Fight But the Savage Moro Overpowered Them f vanli P Inellorts reached hera Friday that the United States revenue cutter Sara has been cautured by a horde of Moro pirates and the imLrc crew of 15 men murdered The report adds that the bodies of the men were mutilated and thrown overboard Sharks soon completed the work destruction and every lady was ctrl pad of flesh and lost The Mbroa approached the cutter with protestations of friendship While the crow was engaged In talking to tho visitors the main body of the pirates crept upon the vessel In small boats at a given signal swarmed over bCite decks The Moms aboard drew weapons and started to cut down tho entire crow The revenue men made a game fight but were overcome by sheer force of numbers The men made a stand In the cabin but their barricades were thrown aside and they were mercilessly cut down The Moros have become very active in tho past few days and It Is feared that other vessels have been hoarded and the crews murdered The Mores are reported to have sail ed away In the captured cutter for the China Bea- Vessels of the United States navy in these waters have been communi cated with by wireless io keep a look paste Ilea to put Up a hard fight The Soni had considerable ammunition aboard as well as stores of all kinds The Sora was used as a patrol boat against the Moro pirates of tho Southern archipelago In the general Inallguflltedshort time ago It was commander by Copt E A McGorty and carried a crew of 13 all Filipinos The cutter left Dalabao 20 miles south of Palanun carrying J L Per rJne collector of the port who was bound to Sandakan in British North Borneo to purchase supplies Nothing has been heard of the vessel since AUTO ON FIRE After Plunge Over Embankment and Two Persons One a Young Woman Perich r- Amorlcus GaOno person was burned to death another Instantly killed and a third seriously burner when an automobile driven by John McLendon ran off an eightfoot em bankment here early Friday McLendon and IPII Viola Herman ono of his companions were pinioned beneath fife wrecked car which caught fire Ethel lull another member ot the party although severely burned ran screaming to the city two miles distant and gave tile alarm Mss Hermans neck was broken by the fall and death was instantaneous but Iclendon was literally roasted alive f Brakes Failed To Work Seattle Wash Fifty persons were Injured ono fatally In u street car ac cident near the Algska Yukon Pacit exposition grounds Frank Bull ot Tocoma aged 48 died of his injuries A car with 80 passengers got beyond control of the motorman when the brakes slipped and attained a speed of 90 mlles an hour It left the track lad crashed Into a onestory building hurling the passengers forward with great force J i Mistaken For Burglar Seekonk Mass Mistaken for a burglar or Incendiary Calvin L Cady Was shot and fatally wounded Thursday night by his soninlaw Wm L Barnes He tiled Friday Cady was getting a drink of water in the night when Barnes hearing him fired his rovplver at random due shot struck Cady in thj back Preacher a Suicide Hot Springs ArkRev EJ Wool ard of Tuckerman Ark after having failed tb kill himself with chloroform fatally shot himself in the temple here Friday night In his possession waaa letter from n Missouri conference re fusing his application for a preachers license MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Sept 2CattleExtra 57ifi CnlvesIExtra 950 Hogs Choice S40850 Sheep Extra I1G4SG Lambs Extra 725 Flour Spring potent G40GG5 Wheat No 2 red 1130115 Corn No mixed 7070c Oats Xo 2 mixed 3944fc Rye No 2 choice 73cV Hay Choice timothy 1501550 Butr torDaIry 23c Eggs Per doz 2aa- AliplesChoice 150 ST550 Potatoes Per brl 17G2 TobaccoHurley l275111550Chicago Sept 21WhieatNu 2 redidiailG CornNo 2 mixed fi7MC7Tic OatsNo3 nixed 33c PorkPrime mere 2ld5fJ2l10 Lard Prime 112- Louisville Sept 2411heatNor- ed 2 112114 Coru No 2 mixed fOc Oats Xo 2 iniVeil 391 s Hay Choke timothy 15GO IIOgB Extra C7oe 785 Lard Prime 1225 Indianapolis Sept 24CatUe Prune 575C Hogs Extra 3825 jl840 SheepExtra JUG1JG 1885 Berea College 1909 I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEG PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of allrt countriesoLargest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where hecan make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter lectureslibraryDibleHandworkbooksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and WoodworkNursing largelyfinlsbed t fit a young person for an 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leave by permission before the end of his term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for traction of a week dOn board refund In full v On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf ofVtho amount which tho student has paid for tbo remaining + weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re ceive a certificate for onehalt tho Jncldental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the str dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within fj ur terms 3The first day of Fall termis September 15 1109 The flrstday ot Winter term Is January C 1510 I The first day of Spring term Is Starch 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY f That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people liko a good thing when they see It and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel arid a dollar paper that is worth moro to the moun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for ilfI That brings is Subscriptions all the time If you have npfgot It lOUIIought toliave c rw P i w S y ra e r1S I t 6+ 1 1 L r Teachers Department HELPS HINTS PROBLEMS Prof C D Lewis and Prof E c Seale Editors Talk With Teachers No4 r I By Prot C D Lewis t A teacher onto asked me What I according to your experience Is the molt poorly taught subject given In the public school course and I amt still hunting for an answer to the question Each branch In turn seems to be the one as a person thinks Arithmetic Geo over his experience stroiRng at this time for reading and devote t a short space to discussing the sub t 4joet1Mychief reason for believing as I that the schools laU to makey readers out ot tho pupils The mere toability to read Is of but very little a hasian ax at the wood pile does not always IIman that there will be a well tlll ed field or wood for the wife to get l I dinner with These tools must be used before they become ot value- I i find many teachers who can read fairly well but who are very hard put to It to name three books which they have ever read Can any one wonder that parents keep their boys and girls at home to work when you are teach ing them a subject which Is practt rally useless to you I would not teach my own children to read If I thought they would make as little use of the art as many school teachers do If you do not have some good book In your possession now whlchyou are reading borrow or buy one at once and begin reading 1C you do not you are as blind to your own Interests and duty as the man who has a farm and team and tools and begs for bread Begin by really reading 4 the reading lessons which you are 4 supposed to teach your pupils head them silently read them aloud think of what they contain enjoy them and then you can really teach them it Up to the fourth grade the reading I lesson Is very largely a mechanical I v For all country eggs iI STREET SOLID FACTS ABOUT TOBACCO The question whether the use of tobacco results In bodily Injury or not 4 has been long discussed from both sides It Is well known what grounds Berea College has taken upon this I question forbidding entirely the use of tobacco Recent testimony upon tho evil effects of tobacco has beena furnished as the result ot observations made at Yale and Amherst A record of the users of has been kept at Yale for the past eight years for the main purpose ot deter mining the number of men who began the habit while In college and from I tho uniformity of the records considerable confidence has been felt In the results obtained It this growth be expressed in the form of percentage It will be seen that in weight tho nonusers Increas ed 104 per cent more than the reg I height tho non users increase per cent more than the regular users I and 12 per cent moro than tho oc caslonaluser Intho growth of chest girth the nonuser has an advantage of 22 per cent but In capacity of lungs the growth Is In favor of the nonuser by 75 per cent com pared with the irregular users It has long been recognized by the ablest medical authorities that the use of tobacco Is injurious to the res piratory tract but the extent of I Its influence In checking growth in this and In other directions has I believe been widely underestimated Dr Beavers conclusions In regard to the dwarfing effect of tobacco are J fully corroborated by the following statement by Professor Edward Hitchcock ill D of more j a recently published The matter of tobacco smoking as an influence upon the physical do1 I velopment of Amherst students bas beenstudled In the history of the cases of 9t Of this 71 per cent have Increased in their measurement and tests during their while 29 per cent have remainedI stationary or have fallen In separating the i the nonsmokers it the item of weight theI have increased 24 per cent more than the smokers in they have surpassed j them 37 per cent and in chest girth 42 per cent And In lung capacity there is a difference of 8 36 cu bin la about 75 per cent of the nonsmokers 1 1 I U rlr tiii r t I exercise on the part ot the child You must give the thought and the interest while the detail of word recognition punctuation pro nunciation are being mastered After that time the art of reading should be so well In hand as to become a means of gathering thought and obtaining pleasure Many of the Fourth Reader lessons ere tine literature If they are but understood and taught by the teacher Next week I will take up a lesson or two from the book and try to bring out the essential points In teaching itI It would be a great help If Interest ed teachers would drop me a card sug seating what lesson be taken IHARD PROBLEMS I Following is our problem for the week All subscribers may send in their solution and the best will be I printed three weeks from this issue Also tho names of all sending In cor I rect solutions will be printed Try your hand It Is not so easy as It looks PROBLEM NO4 What Is the largest cube which can be cut from a sphere 3 inches in diameter AN ANSWER TO NO3 PROBLEM How many feet of inch board boardmeasure will be required to make a cublal box com plete with lid It the box contains one gallon liquid measure Since one gallon liquid measure contains 231 cubic Inches a cublal box equivalent to 231 cubic InchesI would be 16 964 In x6 964 In x 6 9641n This wbud require the following 1 pin6 964x6 964 Inches emit I 75 I In 36964x8 964 side 100 2 X 8 964x8 964 lop botlomIJJ Total Sod I In 308 divided by 144 I In equals a ft m In Ass Submitted by J B Richardson Big Hill Ky WE PAY TOP PRICES produce We want clean and old hens especially iDEPOT GOTT BROS tobacco oC1Iwhen AmherstCollego offI nonsmokersI height nch93ql I which is 3 per cent of the total av erage lung capacity of the class Hero then Is scientific demonstra tion that the use of tobacco checks growth In weight height chest girth oflInearly grown as are college students what must be Its effect on younger muchII wellIey lIlanyIto use tobacco Instead It hinders the growth of the user In all that goes to make a man ENOUGH SLEEP FOR CHILDREN Jean Williams HI D who is con ducting a department of advice to mothers for Womans Home Compan ion says in the October issue Let mo nay a few words to the mothers who forget that their grow ing children need long sleepinghours in order that healthy growth shall be continued and a wellorganized ner vous system become established It Is especially important that good duringIpuberty Great physical demands are made at this period and tho wise mother makes every effort to avoid for her children unnecessary dlsslpa tlon of energy IIt Is not easy to state definitely of hours of sleep requlr ed as there are Individual require anyIwe may say In the great majority of cases after earl infancy when the normal child sleeps most of the time at least twelve out of the twentyfour hours should be spent In sleep Until six years of age the dally nap should be added to this The twelve hours of sleep should continue until the tenth year and longer It the child Is delicate or of especially sensitive nervous organization From ten to fourteen years ten hours of sleep are usually required and often twelve would be advantageous from fourteen until full maturity the sleepinghours are as a rule more Irregular than at any other period of life and then tho effort must be made to compensate for the short hours by longer Indulgence when opportunity offers remembering that few havo the en durance to cope with the complexiyes T t of modern life and thrive on less sleep than a dally average of eight hours OUR WESTERN TOUR Continued from pint Ioge go Into some bays one Inlet being three miles long our nail meanuroa72- miles Lake Taboo Is 6000 feet high up in tho Sierras with mountains i around it having pakn from three to five thousand feet higher some of thorn still showing the snow of last werojInin cJ have heard an Illustrated lecture In which the wonders of Tahoe were eloquently set forth They will think of It as being landlocked with a surface of glossy smoothness and of unmeasured depth I must add a supplement to that description by saying that although 2000 feet deep in places It Is much shallower near the shore and there Is anxiety lest it be unpleasantly reduced For it has an I outlet the Truckeo River and the United States is now constructing a staunch dam at tho lakes outlet to prevent tho flow of water from deep ening the channel and thus robbing the lake I may say further that while In the morning there was hard ly a ripple except those made by our boat before we came around the starting point two ladles were lying on the deck prostrated by eoaElck noss But on the whole I never ex pect to have a more delightful boat ride The i profound depths are a Beautiful blue and basing my liguresI upon this appearance with know of the depth I should say that Lake Tahoe consists of about fifty cubic miles of blue ink But near the shore where the depth is not more than a hundred feet the hue Is an emerald green and the line of division seems clearly drawn The colors added to the surface by way of further onament as one looks at the edge ot the wavelets caused by the vessel or any on the surface either from or toward tho sun in clude a matted red a dark purple and a silver sheen lily topic does not call for a mention of San Francisco tho stricken city But this Is the time for h passing notice Of course It has not recovered from the terrible earth quake and more terrible fire of three years ago Some of the sidewalks are still broken and ragged or ro placedby temporary wooden ones Hundreds of business lots still show nothing but the ruins marking that fateful April of 190G Jn some places the depleted capital of lot owners permitted the erection of low buildings only In the place of ones beelldoneedifices are far better than the old and it is no stretch of imagination to think of the future San Francisco referring to the fire as a blessing In disguise Ono of the delightful features meetingIstudents of a quarter century ago and their happy family of seven children They have an elegant homo In Berkcly which city and Oakland possibly will in duo time help form the Greater San Francisco Mr Murphy is a prosperous realestate man In the great city He ban helped us to see the Golden Gate the Presidio Cliff House Seal Rock Golden Gate Park and other objects of interest This and other kindness of himselfand wife will be held In loving remem berdnce Sept 20 1903 LoVant Dodge- LEGISLATIVE A METHODS An exposure of the methods employ ed by the liquor people to control the next legislature The liquor classes have had a high priced man out In the state for the last twelve months He hall been qulqtly at work among the politicians to get men nominated that his mas ters can use There has been nd men tlon of him or his visits in the papers Like Jack the Giant Killer he has worn an Invisible cloak and been sho with the shoes of swiftness Talk of gumshoe politicians They are not a circumstance The most silent of them has been as loud as near thun der In comparison He has seemingly gone into cellars with his fellowcon spirators and putting a horseblanket over their heads has theifi whispered his secretS It Is not hard to guess what kind of an argument ho has used Together they have usually found some man whp was willing to make the required promises Then the wirepulling started to secure his nomination About every knownsub terfuge and political trickery has been resorted to When tho smoke of battle bas cleared away the decent people In the party have been aston ished that such a man got the nomin ation These decent people are Ijuml lated beyond measure and aro vowing that they will not votefor such characters Many of them are entirely In UtiI tlo tinet1i tlndvtLeardv to be tho explanation From now o until November 2 these good men wills be dragooned Into voting for the party nominee The party whip will be ruthlessly applied Being ignorant of the dark conspiracy they went Into the nominating meeting and fought for good men but wore defeated Now they will be told meetingI Youfhe Is not the man you wanted but vote for him you must or be a trai tor Changes will be rung on these words until November 2 Some of these nominees they would not trust for a pound of coffee much less to make laws They feel humiliated disgraced and tricked to the last de gree To Vote for them would outrage their consciences They would have to put a clothespin over their nostrils tho odor Is too rank Tho liquor people or some of their fool friends who have more tongue than brain are openly bragging of their success They aro hereby thank ed for their loquacity They aro Bay Ing they already control the senate They boast that not only shall thq county unit bill bo Blocked but that the last county unit be re pealed Our friends must know and face the gravity of the situation There Is yet time to circumvent the machinations of the enemy In every constituency whore unworthy men have been nominated by these dis honorable means tho preachers should bestir themselves call meetings at- tho county seats Invite the leaders of thought and action Into council Find out whether tho man on the other ticket Is trustworthy If he Is swing him It both are equally bad and that boa been the design ot the liquor peopleput out a good man on another ticket Get on the stump Tell the Christian gentlemen of the trickery and deceit practiced on them Wo cannot believe the people of Ken tucky will stand for such conlemptlbl work The supreme question of tho hour Is how to meet the situation We advise our friends In all legislative dis I tricts where there Is any doubt of the nominees or candidates to write aI once to the chairman of the Legislative committee of tho AntiSaloon League 45 Kenyan Building Louis ville Ky for advice There Is no time to lose The li quor men have kept their secret all too well It was only In a county that Is regarded as overwhelmingly wet that It did leak out There will be some swear words used when the li quor men know their carefully guarded plans have been prematurely blab bed If anything effective is to be done It must be done at once It will be folly to bombard these whiskey senators and rcprecentatlvca with petitions tele grams and letters when they are once and youre everywhere by the best dealers every town In every coupon when you have 125coupons well send you the 375 Fireless you want a Cookerin a can either ten MOTHERS or and get the immediately by Sl15 upon the following J coupon cash coupons 100 cub coupon 110 cash coupons and 115 cub I elected They will simply laugh at you as they did last session You may vow that these men shall cover be reelected What good will that It the liquor traffic can get another two years lease of power It will be that much to their profit In tho mean time how many men will go to the How can we bear to our state at the tallend of the procession In the movementStates around us are smiting the traffic hip and the thigh we shall either be standing still or or retrogressing That is no far a church If tho liquor men fulfill their proud boast the nlne tyolx counties now dry will bo placed In jeopardy Tho American Issue Lifes Blessedness The blessedness of life depend more upon Its Interests than upon comforts Macdonald Swinburne and the Cabman In his youthful days Swinburne had a quarrel witha cabman over his faro The cabman abused tho poet leisly him Swinburne said And may I Invite you to de scend from your perch and hear how a poet can swear Professional Relict Doctor tqjawjrer going through the Medical museum = Your profession does not otter any opportunity for tho collection of professional relics Sa- wyerI am not so sure about that I have a unique collection of family at rar orflceVrPuck l THE MARKET Beraa Cabbage new 2o per Ib r v Potatoes new Soc per bu Eggs per dos 1820 Butter per lb 15c BACON Salt side 12Hc Breakfast Bacon 15c Premium Bacon 22c HAMSCountry16 2Sc Premium 16c Fryers on foot 16c per Ib lions on foot lOc per Ib Feathers perlb 350aHay 12 per ton Corn SOc per bu Wheat per 60cH00 Cracked corn 195 per 100 lbs Wheat screening 130 per 100 Ibs Ship stuff 130 per 100 lbs Ties No 1 L N 45c culls Live Stock Louisville August 17 09 CATTLE Beet steers and fat hollers 315 C CowsS 3 10 4 55 Cutters 1 SO 315 Canners 2 00 Bulls 180 405 Feeders 3 30 4 65 I Stockers 2 05 4 30 The Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker actually cooks without fuel It solves the servant problem 90of your present kitchen worries When you a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker you simply place your oatmeal or else that you want to prepare on the stove bring it to a boiling point remove place in Fireless Cooke put the pad in position tug the drawstring go to bed While the foodwill keep cooking itself Nothing can boil over pr burn or spoil During the day you can start soup or joints or vegetables place them in the Cooker visit your neighbor go to the matinee or shop without any thought of a hot stuffy kitchen range Now there is only one way that you can get a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker unless you want to to a store and pay 375 for it and that is by being a user bf Mothers Cereals best cereals prepared in the largest mills and sold in package we place a and Cooker for nothing If Fireless hurry you buy packages of OATS any other Mothers Cereals Cooker paying in cashor basis 50 coupon and75 cash 35 and 90 25 and 15 and 10 doT judgement see temperance and occupation militant Its George morel Addressing skeletons Prices bu 8Hx7x9 2Oc 45 70 anything sleeping co THIS FIRELESS COOKER it 12 inches high Pant go with it CT RICA AND ECNah 3 1ICTCIAHa li ft nM ilnff for i Lttm shoat 1CGlij r tit l olc tlcl ruol fum EJt VO a I taM dr AMERICAN burns ArliT IIeh I- tIkatlut pNatnonth 1y RUr coatnti ry te ctltkluo 9arrtt0t uI tt1 5snllcpy ks II you mntlu INI III AmirlcinPhoUpiphyI L tiRlC y PHOTO Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given yqu For this reason we urge you In buying to bo careful to get the genuin BLTHEDFORDS Medicine The reputation of this old relit ble constipation Indigestion and liver trouble to firm ly It does not Imitate other medicines It is better than others or It would not be the favorite liver powder with a larger tale IIJfSOLD Choice mUch cows 35 00 4210 Common to fair 16 00 35 60 Cattle market very dulL e CALVESBest 7 DO 800 Medium 500 6G Common 2 40 6 00 HOGS 165 Ibs raid up 7 50 130 to 165 lbs 7 30 7W pigs f 481160 Roughs 090 down is- SHEEPrBest lambs 00 0 6Q Butcher lambs P4ta5k 4 76 Culls 300 400 Best fat sheep JlOO down J a MESS PORK 1360 HAMS Cholco sugar cured 11 ht and special cure 15c and iCchcavy to medium He i BREAKFAST BACON 17ic 3 SIDES He- BELLIES lie N SHOULDERS 14c tv DRIED BEEF 12c V LARDPure Uercea 12c t t13o pure leaf tierces 12c firkins 14a ekes J3c geese 60- BUTTERPacking 21c Elgin Dream ery CO lb tubs 33c prints 31ci EGGS kJaao count Sic POULTRY Hens 13e roosters 7c oprlngcrs 16 to 170 ducks tur I keys 13c geese C4ti WIIEATNo 2 red 1106 No3 11 OATSNew No 3 white 42c No 2 mixed 40c CORNNo 2 white 3VJc No3 mix ed 730IRYE No 2 Northern SOc 31 Mother Oats Fireless Cooker I mJdBcomplete assortments fMOTHERS CEREALS all for problemItown the diameterTwo IPCIIACI rnTuo GMT- Liver SCI 284 jaskA Mothers Kit differentdelicious tohuyflourbyMothers Kit there is in addition to the saving of t specialFirelesscoupons which when added to the coupons from the packages in the kit enables you to secure a MothersKitMothers Cereals packed in sanitary scaled pack ages in which they are guaranteed to keep in perfect condition indefinitely 4 8 pawlreaofMotherOatatandariabe 2 Yellow Corn Meal 1 package of Mothers White Corn Meal 1 package of Mothers Wheat Hearts 1 package of Mothers Corn Flake Toaited 1 package of Mothers OldFathioned Steel ICut Oatmeal 2 package of Mother Granulated Hominy 2 packager of Mother Coarse Pearl Hominy IThisIredeemCooker or ifyou so de sire send the coupons and l4shipthe express collect nY THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY oiieOST6k Qp r lnrfmoeq QattatikJMjna lban any other one concern i 1 4 Ift1tj 01 Evti KW you BIWLrltA CBICAOO rinsaoioa ALBANY sT LOUIS 4 I L 1 il t 1y J nv YI c r AT I COYLESI I S J YOU PAY LESS OR GET MOREr I THE DEALER WHO GIVES HIS CUSTOMER A LITTLE BETTER VALUE THAN THE CUSTOMER EXPECTS GIVES HIM W L DOUGLAS SHOES 1 +0Soeooaoeoeoeooeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeooo Berea and Vicinity 1 q o 4 e- oa Iei GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES U p SO 0 aoeoeoeoeoeoSgeoeooeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeee i I DR BEST DENTIST CIrY IMIONK tan toFFICB OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TABLE NORTH BOUND Knoxvllle 630 a m 1100 p m BEREA 129 p m 400 L m Cincinnati 610 p m 765 a m SOUTH BOUNDLocal Cincinnati 630 L m 825 p m BEREA 1112 L m 1225 p m knoxvllle 700 p m 660 L m EXPRESS TRAINS Stop to let oft or take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 815 L m OEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 36p m Cincinnati 835 p m Golden Grain Flour always reliable sold by R J Engle Miss Grace Cornelius who has boon visiting berg Goo Spencer at Cumber land Gap Tenn came bomo this Mrs Spencer returned with norland is1 visiting friends in town Special two weeks coat and suit Sad begins Oct 8th at Mrs S R Ba kerB MrrilcSwaln tho shoemaker while visiting in Estlll County was badly bitten by a plder causing blood poI- sonIng Ho Is recovering t Judgo J C Chonault ot Richmond was In town on business last week Miss Nora Wilson waa In town the first of tho week visiting relative and friends FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain In good condition Apply to J J L f Grccnloaf Asolgnee Richmond Ky Miss Salllo Lowen returned last Tuesday froin aa extended visit with friends at Boonovlllo Do you havo trouble with your cuffs Thero is whore weve got 1 em skinned Tho latest curt and collar machines that make them look tho same aa now Normal City Laundry Bill Dooley agent A W Stewart of Klrksvllle was In Beroa Saturday on business Fall Millinery Opening Oct 1 and 2TA cordial and courteous Invitation is oxtended to all Miss Alllo Fowler Mr David McCord deputy sheriff of Madison County was In town last Frlday I Jt will pay you and you will be satisfied It you leave your laundry with J W Dooley agent Normal City Steam Laundry office first floor Industrial building v Howard Clark has moved from Casper Wyoming to Buhl Idaho Mrs Spencer wife of a former De rca worker Is visiting Mrs S L Clark iY6u cant afford to miss our Milli M nery Opening Friday and Saturday of this week Miss Allio Fowler MRS EARLYL I Red Bingham was In town over SundayMr Mrs Alson Baker of Pan ola wore In town for a short time last week- Not all hats look well on all wo men but any woman can find a hat both stylish and becoming at our Fall Opening Oct 1 and 2 Miss Allle Fowler Mrs John Bales returned tho lat ter part of last week from a very Plea pant visit with her daughter Mrs Lucian Cade in Oklahoma- I will have tho largest line ot Ladles and childrens coats and suits ever shown In Berea at our two weeks sale which begins Oct 8th Mrs S R Baker Mrs Emma White of Paint Lick visited friends in town Saturday Miss Hilda Welch was in Cincinnati met week- Mr E E Wyatt who has been mak ing an extended visit with friends nero returned to her home In Cln j Innatl last Thursday John Welch left Friday for Yale College I Beautiful Boron girls as well as allother women will find the hats that suit them best at our Fall OpenI log Oct 1 and 2 Alllo Fowler IMIssexpects to leave I Friday fora visit with rclAlves nt her old homo nt Hope KansasI I Mr Root ci Louisville has ben awlpllng with the music In tho revlI vnl meetings being conducted at the Baptist cliVJth IIt you want an uptodate suit or coat that will fit and please you atIt tho most reasonable price see our immense stock at our special sale MrsB R Baker IMrs Leach of Louisville State President of tho League of Womens Clubs visited Mrs W G Frost over Sunday and on Saturday afternoon addressed a gathering ot the club and college women of the town at Boone Tavern thoi FOR SALEHouse and lot on i ferson Street Now five room dwell ing Mrs Salllo Fowler Tho little daughter of Mrs Pear eons who recently came hero to educate her children was Operated on last Friday for appendicitis but is recovering rapidly I IWANTEDChOlltnut cord wood cut or deaden i CompanyIed Saturday fom a two weeds visit with their chlfirea In Ohio Mfsa Elizabeth Minnich one ct tho graduates of the Nursing Depart j ment of Bcroa College last year left Monday for Charleston W she has a position VawheroI Grand Rally Day Bible School ot tho Union Church I Sunday Oct 3 at 930 A good program is being prepared consisting of Music Reading and Re citations by members of tho school All Home Department members Parents and Friends are cordially Invited 0 Distributor of the famous Red Band Brand Can dies and Salted Peanuts the best and cheapest guaranteed absolutely pure lOc per pound FShipped direct from factory Also best grade Chocolates at 20c per pound Dont take our Word for it Try them and deciLfearyolirself oar Go to Mrs S R BakersI Friday and Saturday Miss Floy Blazer who has been visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs B Coddlngton for tho past two months returned to her homo In Ohio last ThursdayMr G Ramsey who has been visiting In Clay County has returned to complete his visit with friends and relatives hero Mr J C Gentry the well known merchant of Island City Owsloy Co was in town over Sunday visiting friends and relatives and was a Welcome visitor in our office Alfred Meese of last years grad uating class writes that ho is en Joying his work with the Methodist Book Concern In New York Ills ad dress is 217 W 104th Street Miss Louise Wolfe n former student here Is teaching this year in Xenia 0 in the High school Her work Is In German algebra and physics She sends regards to all Berea friends Mark L Spink has moved into tow and will occupy the house at the foot of tho hill of Prospect Street FOR SALE Three lots at the and of Elder Ave Berea Ky Will bo sold separately or as a whole It will pay you to write for prices at once I t Address James M Jlacer 9601 Macon Ave Cleveland Ohio Mrs Mary R Patterson of Lancas ter Is now at tho hospital hero for treatment Her daughter Grace Hel en Is staying with Mr and Mrs Mc Laren and attending schoolIMrs Parlett Gooey of Leo County has come to Berea to find a home soi that she can put her two daughters in schoolThe annual meeting of tho Trl Stato Y P S C E League will bo held In this town this week Tho Leagues composed of tho 0 E bodies of the mountain parts of the states ot Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia Rev C T Michel of Har lan Is president Meetings will begin Friday night and last till Sunday night On Saturday after a session in the morning the delegates will join the students In Mountain Day OCTOBER 1st and 2d willIture on various parts of this country Miss Hatcher who came for a days visit with Miss Boatrlght has been prevailed upon to remain and teach one ot the overflow schools made necessary by the increased at I tendance this Fall The Rev Isaac Messier ot McKee I was in town over Sunday last week businessMrs Thomson and Miss Lot tie Goodell arrived Monday night trot the north Mrs Thomson Is consider ably Improved In health tho not yet well IMrs M K Pasco Is being by her children Mr and Mrs T Q Pasco and Dr and Mrs Chas W Gould and their children All will bo hero for some time and Mrs Gout and children will probably remain thru the winter Mr Pasco Is still I visiting In the East where he was called by his sisters illness Boone Tavern dining rooma dandy place for banquets prices reasonable too CARD OF THANKS Not through form but ia deep gratitude WI wish to express to our friends and neighbors our heartfelt thanks for the kindness and sympathy shown us during tho sickness and death ot our daughter Frances We pray God to reward you for same i Mr and Mrs T A Robinson THE EARLY BOY AND THE EARLY WORM He crept down stairs In the early dawn Full ot eagerness to bo Of all the boys in tho neighborhoodI The first at the The nuts lay thickly on the ground He gathered them with glee But soon he found to his great dis mayIThat tho worm was earlier than hoI From October Farm JournalI Week Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the change of life It is at this time that tho beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress TAKE CARD U I It Will Help YouJU Mrs Lucinda 0 Hill of JTreeland 0 writes Before I began to take Cardui I suffered so badly I was nfraid to lie down at night After I began to take it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me Try Cardui VAT ALL DRUG STORES I I GOO 1FALL PLANTING i IS DONE WITH VULCAN PLOWS AND HOOSIER DRILLS Heres the place to get them Also we have all kinds of 1 Farming Implements Guns and Ammunition Trunks Stoves Tools and a i 01 Full Line of First Class Hardware I PARKIE SCOTT PHONE 192 BEREA KENTUCKY t QaeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoSoCollege o 0- i HERE AND THERE o o e ouaoeoeeeoeoeoeoeoioSoeoASir last year Is attending a Bible mat tute In Plttsburg Pa In preparation for foreign missionary work MIss Anna Loavltt has returned from Chicago where she spent the schoolI week been working this summer Rev IL M Racer ot Tennessee IThe Berea over Sunday on his way to Chicago He gave an impressive talk to the students at Chapel Sun day night I Mrs Leech spoke at Y W C A Sunday night on the Holy Land The membership of the association and the attendance at meetings is fine this year and every girl of the school Is urged to attend the meetings and If they wish to Join the association- It is well worth while to spend Ves per hour on Sunday night in the East Parlor 1Tho young men of the school very pleasantly received thlr teachers and SaturdayInightulated on their splendid I The Mountain Day excursion will be to Robes Mountain Saturday Oct 2 and the committee promises fine I weather Wagons will start from Ladles Hall at 800 and 930 charge for riding being ten cents This ia Bereaa best day and most Interesting mountain and no one who can go should stay at home I Mr Wilson State secretary of the- Y M C A was In town Sunday and with Prof flame led the Y MI C A meeting Sunday night FOR SALE House and lot In Berea Ky east end of Jackson 81I House is two stories has five rooms four large closets and in good condition There Is about an acre of ground a good well 60 feet deep a- newI cistern trees and dutbulldlngs tThis Is cheap at 1600 cash Write to H M Spouse Marksburg Ky PUBLIC SALE- I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder on Saturday October 23 1909 about nine hundred and fifty acres of land lying In Rockcastle County Kentucky adjoining tbp Mad ClndII Boone station and three miles south ot Berea College This land is In a goon neighborhood close to public school and church ItI can be divided Into three parcels about 50 acres lying on the east side of the Louisville and Nashville rail road about 390 acres lying on the southwest side of the Berea Flat I Gap and Roundstone county road and sideIofland will be offered separately and then aa a whole This land Is unimproved except a small box house Has a fine young growth of white oak some hickory poplar and pine There Is about 150 to 200 acres level land with everlasting water and can be made a fine ranch for sheep and CAttleThe sale will be made on the promises near the box house one mile from Boono station TERMS One half cash when deed Is made the remainder In two equal payments with G per cent interest till paid notes with good surety and leln retained on the land Title good I For further Information call on or lItr11Harrisonfarm will show anyone over It who wishes to look at same before the day ot sale Sale to begin at UL m A W Titus Bores Kentucky- W P Prewltt Auctioneer Berea Kentucky FOR SALE I am leaving Kentucky and will sell 7i acres good land on Vallaceton Pike good house and barn with water near the house and three good orchards Ellhu Dlc- knel113tPalnt Lick Ky a IGOTO WJ1atums FORiFresh Groceries k buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main SttBerea Kentucky t COMBINATION SALE On Saturday October 2 at 10 a miwo will at the corner of Center and Main Streets Berea sell to the high 1 eat bidder any stock which any one may wish to dispose ot W P Prewltt Auctioneer We sell all kinds ot feed coal ice cedar and locust posts and bestquaU ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on the market Phone 169 Holiday Co Railroad St BereaKy- WANTEDSuccess Magazine want an energetic and responsible man or woman in Berea to collect for re I newals and solicit new subscriptions during full or spare time Experience unnecessary Anyone 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atot Latham probably could cover the distance in two jumps However we do not propose to got Into just to discover how the iaeroplane will acti We wonder if Mars is as much Interested in our flying machines as we are in Its canals One agricultural college out west is reaching the scientific way to milk i a cow and the polite way to drive a mulenLuxury on an ocean liner Is now found la a palm garden in which flow ers bloom and butterflies appear to Iiorder who are not rushing west to save the wheat crop havea sublime confidence that others will save it j1I iChicago has a silent population of I 1000000 in tho cemeteries and a large number ot married men who also have nothing to say I 11 1 While industry is protesting against war It might profitably study Its own 4 mortality tables and prepare to give Ialess bloody report next time l J Marriages aro made heaven a Seattle minister And there l Iturnearthly marriages made which out anything but heavenly KtddsfKioskjEven with all its modern improve itlIDtnts war cannot prove that it is 4keeping up with the times when ita tried by a peace congress I Germany is much alarmed over its 14 financial situation That is the cor irectanswer to its tremendous army land navy expenditures At a book an edition of Itowwealthonly all die A scorching chauffeur got a fine of 1100 and a lecture thrown In He could have bought a wholo season of IIChautauqua lectures for less money No will deny that Korea is tmaking real progress when the em ployes of a street car line owned by Americans are indulging In a strike American style c Persons of spirit cannot live In I apartment houses declares a New York minister Now we know what the poet meant by When this soul leaves 1U frail tenement They have neither time nor use for dead ones in Chicago The driver ort an automobile hearse was lately arK I rested in that city for speeding with a body to the cemetery i IOnepleasant thing about nn nero Is that It docs not sail about the country spilling sand down necks I of Innocent bystanders though it may themInations In a finan I clal crisis through a drain by the war In Morocco it must feel a pang that the rich field ot Cuba Is no longer at its disposal to draw upon A Massachusetts woman left fiver times more to her canine pets than to her husband She must have been some connection of the cynical lady who announced that the more she saw of men the better she liked dogs Now they aro talking of the Amerl can Peril in Europe There Is not a more peaceful or peaceloving power in tho world than this country and its possibility as a peril exists only In f the excited European Imagination In whose minds the war scare Is turning Into a panic Nearly 400 blooded sheep from King Edwards stock farm have been purchased by a Wisconsin breeder and aro now on the way west from Boston where they were anded recently Wisconsin stock raisers have royal tastes so far as fine strains of breeding t re concerned and some of the best cattle sheep and hogs in the world are now to bo found in that commonwealth I f u 1 dJ a CHEERS FOR PEAKY HIS JOURNEY THROUGH MAINE IS ONE GRAND OVATION DR COOK TELLS HIS STORY Is Banqueted by Arctic Club Doesnt Expect to Have His Reply to Peary Ready for Months Says Theres Glory Enough for All Portland MeA continuous ovation greeted Commander Robert E Peary from the moment he entered the state at Vanceboro the eastern term inal of the Maine Central railroad until he reached his home the city of Portland 1 During the Journey through eastern Maine Commander Peary was cordial and appreciative although ho ap peared to be rather tired At every station where the train stopped bet- Ween Vanceboro and Old Town there was a crowd of cheering country folk who seemed to appreciate tho fact that it was the first few hours that the commander was enjoying in his own land with his own countrys flag greeting him on every side New York With Commander Rob ert E Peary seeking indeterminate seclusion at his Maine home and with Dr Frederick A Cook fully answering the most difficult questions of his doubters it was expected that the north pole controversy would be permitted to rest for a while but this expectation Is probably shattered by a dispatch from the train on which Peary was speeding to his summer home saying that he is preparing an Indictment of 30 counts against Dr Cook and that ho will publish these categorical allegations very soon At a banquet tendered to Dr Cook Thursday evening by the Arctic Club of America at the WaldorfAstoria the Brooklyn explorer delivered a speech In which after recounting tho perils of those who have heretofore attempted to make the trip to the north pole said Now gentlemen I appeal to you as explorers and as men Am I bound to appeal to any man for a license to look for the pole Another criticism Is the charge of our Insufficient equipment We have met this You know that we had every possible aid to success in sledge traveling A big ship is no advantage An army of white men who at best are novices Is a distinct hindrance while a cumbersome luxury of equipment is fatal to progress We chose to live a life as simple as that of Adam and we forced the strands of human endurance to scientific limits If you will reach the pole there Is no other way Now as to the excitement of the press to force things of their own picking from important records Into print In reply to this I hate taken the stand that I have already given a tangible account of our Journey It is as complete as the preliminary reports of any previous explorer The data the observations the records are HereItotoro yearllhereasin a few months Now gentlemen about the pole We arrived April 21 1908 We die covered new land along the one hun dred and second meridian between the eightyfourth and the parallel Beyond this there was absoII lutely no life and no land was In large heavy fields with few pressure lines Our observations were sufficient to guarantee our claim When taken in connection with tho general record you do not require this I can see that but this and all the other records will come to you in the duo courso of events I cannot sit down without acknowl edging to you and to the living arctic explorers my debt of gratitude for their valuable assistance The report of this polar success has come with a sudden force but in the present en thusiasm we must not forget the fa thers of the art of polar travel There Is glory enough for all There Is enough to go to tho graves of the dead and to tho heads of the living Confesses to 150000 Fire Indianapolis lndOtto Truhon night watchman of the McDougal kitchen furniture factory which with several houses in the neighbor hood was burned confessed that ho had set tho factory on fire according to tho police The loss was 150000 Truhon Is probably insane the police say Floods Swallow 100 Lives Constantinople Torrential rains have caused the loss ot 100 lives and the destruction ot 500 houses at Horns a town of northern Syria Would Be Murderer Suicides La Crosse WIs After attempting to kill his father William Schaefer aged 27 one of the proprietors of a bakery turned the revolver on him self and fired one shot falling dead on the floor Insanity Is believed to hive been tho causo of tho sulcldo and attempted murder i Bomb Was Harmless El Paso Titdevelops that there was no nipt connected with the find Ing ot a supposed bomb in Juarez Mexico HE WILL NOW HEAR ALL ABOUT IT I LIST OF DEAD IS GROWING SOUTHERN HURRICANE VICTIMS NOW NUMBER 100 Hundreds Are Homeless Property Loss Will Reach Millions Heavy Crop Damage New Orleans The list of known dead who perished In Terre I bonne parish during Mondays hurricane has been swelled to more than 40 and it Is believed that a score or more will be added to this number Additional reports of death In other sections of Louisiana are also being received and the toll of human life exacted by the hurricane will count per haps a hundred people when the final count has been made Further details of property loss reaching millions of dollars come in with tho gradual restoration of com munication Relief parties In tern bonne parish aro continuing their work Five hundred sufferers from the storm are being cared for at Houma the parish seat of Terrebonne and In surrounding neighborhoods- A few fishermen with the almost forlorn hope that missing relatives I and friends may be found or at least their dead bodies discovered or that I they may resurrect some of their lost belongings remain upon the sceno of homesI and Walter people are now certainly among the dead in Terrebonne Oth ers who have not been located and areIInez Verret and family of four C Bolt and wife and Norway Foray The carcasses of cows horses hogs and dogs strew the prairie for miles and thousands of dead birds and muskrats are floating on1 the waters of tho bayous INCREASE IN IMMIGRATION Aliens Swell Population by More Than Half Million During Fiscal Year of 1909 Washington A net Increase of 673551 in the population of the United States by the arrival and departure of aliens was scored during the last fiscal year against an In crease of 207867 the previous year There was a falling off In immigration from 782870 aliens during the previ ous fiscal year to 751780 the past year and the total Inward passenger- movement representing immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens admitted aliens debarred and United States citizens arrived numbered 103392 The aliens residing abroad and making a merely temporary trip to the United States are classed as non immigrant aliens There wore 924 695 aliens including the nonImmi grants admitted Into this country during the past fiscal year These figures are given In the Au gust immigration report of tho department of commerce and labor During the fiscal year 044235 aliens Includ ing 192449 nonImmigrants were admitted and 370684 including 174590 nonImmigrants departed from these shores There were 10411 aliens debarred and 2124 returned after land Ing Those likely to become a public charge figured most In this list The grand total of immigration from the fiscal year ending September 30 1820 up to and Including the past fiscal year is given as 26852723 Missouri SoldierPhysician Dead Kansas City Mo Major Joseph F Hume a pioneer Missouri pity sician died here Tuesday aged 87 years Ho served through the civil war In the Missouri homo guards rising to the rank of major Robert Hoo Is Dead London Robert Hoe aged 70 years head of R hoe Company printing press manufacturers of Now York and London died hero after a short Illness Mr Hue had been in London several weeks on his annual visit Ho suffered an acute attack of kidney trouble ten days ago and his death resulted Former Celebrated Actress Is Dead Burlington N JIrs Henry Chan frau formerly u celebrated qctress Is dead at Nor homo here aged 79 yearn 1r i i GOV JOHNSON LAID TO REST Remains of Minnesota Executive Are Burled Amid General Mourn ing at St Peter St Peter Minn The remains of John A Johnson governor of Min nesota whose death the state and na tion mourn were brought Thursday to this his home town for Interment The active pallbearers selected from among the governors closest personal friends They were Frank A Day who was his private secretary F B Lynch T D OBrien associate Justice of tho supreme court E T Young former attorney general A C Weiss manager ot tho Duluth Herald and John C Wise of Matikato The honorary pallbearers included the four living exgovernors ot the state L F Hubbard John Lind Sam uel R Van Sant and Knuto Nelson with Gov A O Ebcrhnrt C M Start chief justice ot the supreme court Gov John Burk of North Dakota and President Cyrus Northrup of the Uni versity of Minnesota Final funeral services were hold In the Presbyterian church otd were con ducted by Rev R E Clarke The body of the dead governor was then Interred In the Johnson family lot in the St Peter cemetery beside that of hla motherThroughout the entire state there was a cessation of business and manu facturing from 3 to 305 oclock this afternoon Every wheel ceased turn- Ing and cars stopped Tho bells of all churches public and private Institu tions were tolled from 015 to 10 a m and from 3 to 305 p m MCANN IS FOUND GUILTY Chicago Police Inspector Convicted of Taking BribesFurther Pros ecutions Promised Chicago Inspector Edward Me Cann was found guilty of extorting bribes from fallen women and degrad ed men of the Des Plalnes street red light district by a Jury In Judge Al bert C Barnes branch of the criminal courtThis marks the end of a brilliantly fought trial in which States Attorney Wayman has won a hardearned vie tory and which he has promised shall be only tho stepping stone to fur ther prosecutions In his search for the man higher up It marked an unexpected conclusion for the efforts of the accused inspector and pie attor neys Charles G Neely J Hamilton Lewis and W T Underwood Peqalty for the Crime Tim penalty for accepting a bribe is from one to five years In the state penitentiary Tho sentence Is Im posed by the court and will not bo given until tho ultimate fate of Me Cann as far as the criminal court Is concerned Is decided upon after bear- Ing all motions McCann was indicted by tho July grand jury 12 true bills being returned Louis and Julius Frank were tho chief witnesses before tho Jury al though their testimony was supple mented by several West side levee characters Bishop Dunne Names Pastor Kennee 111 Bishop E M Dunnes first appointment since ho became head of Peoria diocese was made when ho appointed Rev Fran cis W Conrads pastor of St Jo1 sephs parish hero to St Anthonys church Atkinson III Treats Successor Named Washington Leo McClung the treasurer of Yale university has been selected as treasurer of the United States to succeed Charles H Treat Two Killed Ten Wounded MelillaA Spanish detachment re connoltcrlng in the environs of Souk BonlSfcnr demolished a largo num ber of houses Tho Rlffians opposed tho Spanish advance Tho Spanish had two killed and Uen wounded in Wednesdays fighting Con Marina commander of the Spanish forces at taches great Importance to the occu pation of SoukBenlSIcor which Is tho meeting point of tho various sec dons of tho tribe and the headquar ere ft the nntlforoign move ment s 4 4 t ram HUDSON CELEBRATION BEGUN FETE OPENS WITH A GRAND NAVAL RENDEZVOUS Half Moon Replica of Dutch Explorers Vessel Is Accompanied by That of Fultons Clermont New York The Itudeon Fulton celebration for which New York has been BO long preparing opened auspiciously Saturday with tho formal recognition of the presence of the American and foreign naval vessels and official guests Tho International naval fleet comprising more than TO vessels was anchored In the Hudson river from Seventysecond street northward and was an Imposing sight At 1020 oclock in the morning tho replica of Henry Hudsons little Halt Moon end that of Robert Fultons Clermont escorted by a squadron ot Hudsons Half Moon torpedo boats submarines naval mill tla vessels and other craft loft the Kill Van Kull and proceeded to Staple ton Staten Island whore tho squadron was joined by the commanding officer ot tho naval parades There was an Interchange of civilities with citizens committees hero and at tho Brooklyn shore and at one oclock the squad ron started up the Hudson river As tho bluffbowed little halt Moon and the funny splashing Clermont en tered the river cannon boomed from shore batteries and warships and tho Immense throng along tho shores and on Innumerable vessels cheered might ily Behind tho two queer craft trailed a great merchant fleet that had assembled In the lower bay nnd that was divided Into ton big squadrons The Half Moon and dormant were received with elaborate ceremony at tho official reviewing stnnd and land ing stage at One Hundred nnd Tenth street and there they will remain an chored during tho entire celebration open for tho Inspection ot the public In the International naval fleet the United States has 63 vessels Including 16 battleships and six crullers commanded by Rear Admiral Seaton Schroeder The Netherlands sent the Utrecht under command of Capt Van Hocking Colen brander In addition to the replica of the Half Moon which was a present from the people of Hol land Germany Is represented by four vessels Great Britain by four Franco by three Italy by two and Mexico Cuba Argentina and Guatemala by one each In tho evening the naval parade was repeated with Illuminations and then the doings on shoro begin For tho next week Now York will bo the most brilliantly Illuminated place In the world during the eVtnlnfll1tlt calculated that the electric lighting will hare a grand total of approxI- mately 20160000 candle power this not Including the vast number of ad vertising signs and taking Into ac count only Greater New York A remarkable feature of tho Illumination Is nn Immense battery of search lights on Riverside drive that will make tho Hudson as light as day for miles each way THE VANDERBILTS BREAK W K Jr and Wife Sign Separation Agreement Despite Efforts of Relatives New York William K Van derbllt Jr donor of the Vanderbilt cup for automobile races and his wlfo formerly Miss Virginia Fair of San Francisco have signed a separa tion agreement according to n local newspaper Mrs Vanderbilt Is now returning from Europe to America with her to children Muriel and VII liam K Vanderbllt III It Is ex pected that the separation will ha formally announced as soon as Mrs Vanderbilt reaches Now York Efforts of Mrs OH P Delmont moth er of Mr Vanderbilt and Mrs Herman Oclrlchs sister of Mrs Vanderbilt to avert the separation were without success Mrs Eddy Donates 5000 New York Mrs Mary linker O Eddy has sent to the Now York museum ot safety and sanita than her check for 5000 Mrs Eddy stated that she did BO In appreciation of tho philanthropic cfforta of the museum In tho Introduction of safety de vices to minimize the accidents duo to railway travel and tho use of machln cry Fire Fatal to Fireman Topekn KanFlro destroyed the Otto Kuhno Preserving and Pickling works causing a loss of 125000 Harry Jones nnd H C Gurtlor firemen were Injured by falling walla Jones died later Ourtlor will recover Engine Ditched Five Hurt Huntington W VaFTve men were Injured two probably fatally when a Chesapeake 6 Ohio engine jumped tho track and turned completely over Into a ditch In tho western limits of this i cityI I Ulf qtr UJ tr n- w= V DRINK EVIL AND BUSINESS Big Railroads and Commercial Houser Will Not Tolerate Employe Ad dieted to Intemperance 4 f v The best temperance lecturers the hardheaded men of affairs nretmost convincing wprds are official ders Theres no sentimentality or 1NewDown In Baltimore tncro has been much trouble at the city hall Two men have been arrested recently for embezzlement and one of them frank ly admits that his downfall came irons drink The whole condition of af fairs there has been demoralized and BO the mayor has determined to be 11drastic in curing the evil He has just Issued this statement Tho man who does work nt tho 1 city hall must keep straight and let whisky alone I pm not going to stand for this occasional spree any longer and any employe who reumlmv away from his work to Indulge In whisky will be dismissed Immo diately aporGTitle Baltimore case is not n adic examplpof good sense The wisdom epidemic It affects the little shopkeeper and tho big manu facturer Railroads are especially stringent Some of the big lines go so tar that they discharge an em ploye seen going Into n saloon or com Ing from one The lives of too many hang on tho clearheadedness of the railway men and those In nuthorltytaru taking no risk Its too costly Moreover business competition la too keen nowadays for any firm to 1give Its rival the odds by employing Intemperate men The keen edge of their ability to sell goods to IURko contracts to be personally persuasive Is blunted by drink The men who make these order and see that they are rigidly enforced are not known as reformers They pro glad Incidentally that they are help ing the world to grow better but their main purpose Is selfish If they are high In office and llrmly clamped there they may take their own pipe and glass but even then It will not bo In working hours Durlgg such time they obey the rules they them selves have made It In In a like practical way that may doalred reforms of tho world will como Emotionalism Is good but not f0010lhnl1s8they ore working for themselves And tbo good remains NEVER ALLOWED A SALOON Iowa City with 15000 Has Existed 4Drinking tfleurtehof Mason City which has tho distinc tlon of being the largest town In loa without tho saloon where the4sentiment Is backed by a majority of the voters In fact numberless chil dren have grown up there to manhood arid womanhood who have never seen a saloon unless they have been outJof tho city It Is also a fact that a i tgreat many common laborers as well nn railroad men join with a large majority of business and professional y mop In their opposition to the sa loon What does it cost to police Mason City Here U Is from tho last report just iBHiiotl Ono chief of police She assistants all drawing a salary of 13 89871 And no one will claim that the city IH poorly policed for it they do they are wrong An to the number of trunks Tho orders of tho mayor to the police officials hUll been very definite to arrest nil drunks yJ and consequently few have escaped IThirtytwo have been tried In the mayors court nnd 349 In tho Justice court making a total for the year of 381 They paid Into the city treasurer more than Qtiough to pay the salary of tho mayor This looks pretty good In comparison with some of flue cities of the stato where saloons are RInlargest antlsniuon city In Iowa com r1pare with other cities Tho answer Is certainly favorable It owns Its own waterworks plant which Is valued at 300000 Tho cly has three 2o sewcr struction or contracts for construe e lion over 1000000 In Improvements There 18 not a vacant house In tho tcity and not an Idle man from neces sity within the city gates What effect haM this no saloon busi ness on the churches and schools Tho church census of the city gives an actual church membership of COOO All have fine churches There H are six schools and one 70000 high c school They are all well equipped and teachers are well and promptly paid Temperance Work In Mexico Tho Superior Council of Public In rstltutlons for the Republic of Mexico providJogregard to the nature und effects of alcoholic liquors Tho Mexican gay ernment hits lately evinced speclU Interest In tho matter of toinporea u education The now law come Into fdrco on the first day of April last and will affect ftOOOO school children liroiichont the country 1 r J ra Mr a PRESIDENT OPENS- GUNNISON BORE Taft Lets Waters Flow Into Un compahgre Valley BIG PROJECT IS COMPLETED Mountain RJdge pierced by the Government Order to Irrigate Beautiful Dut SemiArid Tract In Colorado 23Presidentfattthe great Gunnlsou river tunnel a IHtlo before flvo oclock this afternoon pulled a lover and with a mighty rush the waters of tho river alx miles away yInThousands of men nnd women whoa moment before had stood In silent awe burst forth In wild cheering cannon which had been captured by Colorado troops In Manila roared a salute p And brass bands added their patriotic J11nUIlo to tho clamor Mighty Proect Completed Thus was fittingly signalized the completion of tho Uunnlson river tun bytheproJectago and had progressed steadily ever i I I Portal Cunnlson I ulnco Together with Its main and distributing canals the tunnel will Ir rigate 150000 acres of land In a ml loy naturally ono of the most ferUle In Colorado but which has been semi arid because of the annual summer droughts and the Inadequacy of the Uncompahgre river This day of the opening of the tun nol was made the chief day of the Western Slope fair now being held fiore All tho morning special trains kept coming In from various parts of tho state mid at 1030 there was a parade of tho visitors Early In the afternoon the Explosion of n bomb told the people that tho special train bearing President Taft and other gov ernment officials bad entered the city limits A second bomb announced his of the I debarkation at the station apd a third was sent up the distinguished guest escorted by a great processlou started for Elke park President Taft Welcomed- At tho park after Introductory re marks by F D Catlin chairman of the Gunnison tunnel opening committee Mayor J Allen turned tho key of the city over to tho guests Then John C Dell delivered the formal address of welcome which Prod dent Taft responded briefly Jiapplly Tho exercises here con eluded with remarks by Senator Charles J 00 tihafroth At four oclock trains start ed for time west portal of tho tunnel whero President Taft opened the gates speeches were made by I W McConnell consulting engineer of reclamation service Senator Horace T DoLong of Grand Junction After tilt return Mbntrose there Was a reception President Taft and r others and thls evening speeches were delivered by a number of wellknown Coloradoanu the colebratlon winding up with an illuminated parade and py rotechnic display First of the big government recta nation projects to be undertaken tho Qunnlson river tunnolihas been ono of tho most difficult to carry through The amplo waters of the Gunnison flow through narrow valleys unsuited to agriculture or through deop rocky canyons while only a few miles to the west the lovely Uncom pahgro valley been suffering for water The Gunnison descending In over deepening gorges finally plunges Into the lllack canyon ono of the most magnificent mountain gorges in tho selectedtunnel Bravo engineers lowered themselves Into tho Black canyon nt points where the granite walls rise almost perpendicularly hundreds of feet and after their surveys wero com pleted active work was started on the Immense project At great expenso nnd under enormous difficulties a wagon road wax built to tho east portal of tho tun nel It Is 1C miles long and climb Ing tho granite ridge between tho canyon and the Uncompahgro valley descends tho rocky wall their work Bore Built for All Time Simultaneously work was begun at each end of tho tunnel and at a point several thousand feet from the west end where a shaft was sunk As as the tunnel was driven through tho shalo and solid rock it was timbered and then tho heavy timbers were covered with Impervious cement This gives a tunnel of solid concrete built I West of Tunnel to to to to withstand the wear of ages All I the flumes culverts division gates drops and other work along tho lines of the main canals are built of steel i and concrete There no dam across the Black i canyon nt tho point where tho river Is turned into tho tunnel Instead of this the tunnel Itself taps the river from beneath Its granite bed Iy this plan neither floods nor slack wa ter can prevent tho tunnel taking from tho river all the water needed Has Immnie Capacity A few statistics of this tremendous project are worth setting forth Tho byi3canal Is 30 feet wide at tho bottom I One Concrete Drops on South Canal as Q and Hughes and and the nnd has on fast is and 83 feet wldo at the top and the average depth of the water Is ten feet The capacity is 1300 cubic foot of water n second After the water leaves the west portal of the tunnel it Is conducted through 12 miles ol canal to the Uncompahgre There Is a drop of 214 feet in this distance and this great fall will be utilized for creating power A series of concrete drops has been constructed and the Immense body oJ water rushing over them is capable of generating at leasl 10000 horse power which will bo utll ized In lighting tho entire Uncompah gro valley by electricity The cost of the tunnel and distrib Ming canals Is over 5000000 and perpetual water rights will bo sold to actual settlers at about 35 an acts Teach Children to Swim Last year more than 32000 chlldrei wero taught to swim at tho Iondoi public schools I GOVsJBHNSON DIES AFTER HARD FIGHT rSuccumbs to Weakness and Heart Failure WHOLE STATE IN MOURNING Minnesotas Most Popular Governor Cut Down on Threshold of Most Promising Career Three Times Governor of State determinedA Johnson succumbed to weakness and heart failure as a result of an operation performed for intestinal nb scess In St Marys hospital here Ho was three times elected governor ot his state Ho was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for presi dent in 1908 nnd was looked upon by many as the probable nominee In 1912Gov Johnson was continually grow lag in prominence as a national fig ure and at tho time of his death the attention of tho nation Was centered on the closing moments of his once promising career After battling against death with de termined resistance for almost a week Gov Johnson1 lIfo had a peaceful ending Grouped about his bedside when the end came were Mrs Johnson Miss Sullivan her personal friend the ak tending physicians and two nurses Goodbye to Wife The last thing Gov Johnson did before lapsing into unconsciousness ono and a half hours before his death was to take his wife affectionately by tho hand and weakly whisper Well Nora I made a good fight but I guess Ive got to go Then as the last gleam of intelligence begin to flicker he pressed her land gently to his cheek in n parting caress as he prepared to obey the divine will Gov Johnson had undergone two previous operations hero ono for the removal of ulcers from the stomach and the second for an abscess of the bowels In the second operation the appendix was removed About two ofIat his homo In St Paul Tho third operation lasted two hours and 10 minutes The preliminary work disclosed a small deepseated abscess pocket It required n dUn cult and prolonged operation to re move this fistula Most Popular Governor Gov Johnson a Democrat who has been called Minnesotas most popu lar governor was elected three tunes by unusual majorities In a normally Republican state His votegetting ability attracted attention throughout the nation and ho was conceded to bo one of the leaders of fcs party in the country Ho had a strong lovable person ality which won him friends wher ever he mingled with the people As a token of the esteem of this lit tie town for the distinguished dead Mayor Thompson Issued a proclama lion declaring the town to be In a state of public mourning Telegrams by the hundred poured In from all sections of the country the president of the United States and tho governors of most of the states sent messages of sorrow for the loss of one of the nations great men and expressions of appreciation of the man himself and the personal qualities which had endeared him to all with whom he came in contact Sketch of His Career John A Johnson enjoyed the dis tinction of being the first native Mln nesotan to be chosen governor of tho state and of that distinction ho was prouder than of any other feature of his career lie felt more pride In that than ho did In tho fact that ho educat ed and prepared himself for that career while helping to support a widowed mother Gov Johnson was born near St Poter 48 years ago His parents wore natives of Swollen His father Gustav Johnson and his mother Caroline Hanson linden were both of sturdy peasant stock pad beyond that little Is known of the relatives Gustav Johnson was a blacksmith and for a number of years ho con ducted his business on a farm which lIe had located near St Peter It was on this farm that the future gov error was born About tho tuna of the Indian troubles which occurred in Win neighborhood during the civil war the Johnsons moved from the farm to tho vlllagn of St Peter where the father rocstanllshed his shop but he failed to prosper In town and final ly died leaving his family in pov ertyJohnson had then reached the ago of 13 years Ills first position was In a grocery store where ho worked two years Ills earnings wero not suffi cleat to support the family and he se sired a better place in a drug store The Best An almost forgotten poet Robert Blackly Messlnger quaintly wishes for old wood to burn old books to read and old friends to taut with in an ideal old age and ho might also have added old tunoc to be played In the long twilights while ho dozed and dreamed In his easy chair and Trade Science Is a dunning old fellow and when he joins hands with trade things wilt be doing that Horatios philoso phy wots not of where ho earned enough to support bltf mother as well as hloaelf In the meantime ho had formed the reading habit and managed to obtain a good education timekeeper ors and he has said that his best business training was gained from his experience In that work Finally when an opportunity was opened for him to become editor and part owner of the St Peter Herald ho was ready for itny nature genial broadminded and a fluent talker ready of wit and pos sessed of a kindly sense of humor his paper was always popular and ho was always in demand as a speaker at public meetings His First Defeat His first venture Jn politics result ed In a defeat It was In 1894 just after he had wooed and won Miss Ell noro M Preston a young teacher and they bad established a home in St Peter that he was nominated fonstate senatorIn ho was again nominated by the Democrats for the senate and was elected Ho made n fine record In that body and greatly enhanced his reputation as a public speaker and a student of political questions In 1904 when tho Republican party of the state was rent in twain by quarrels among the leaders and Johnson was nominated for governor by the Democratic state convention It was a fore gone conclusion that Johnson would glvo n C Dunn of Princton the Republican nominee the hardest kind of a race Johnson was elected Every day of his administration added to his popularity and two years later ho was reelected overwhelmingly Governor for Third Term Then it was proposed to nominate him for a third time The governor declared that ho would not be a candidate and did not oven attend the Democratic state convention but ha was unanimously renominated and Gov John A Joht jcn was again elected by a big majority- In tho meantime Johnsons remak ablo political record had become known far and wide throughout the country The people of other states wanted to see him Ho was in de stand as a speaker at political gather Ings and chautauqua assemblies ev erywhere He responded to some ol these demands and with every appearance his popularity increased until many of tile Democratic leaders strongly advocated his nomination for president of the United States The friends of W J Bryan had the or ganization and Bryan was nominated This did not dampen the ardor of Johnsons friends and the talk of his nomination for president was stronger than ever during the past year Succeeded by Republican Adolph O Ebcrhart who by the death of Gov Johnson becomes the chief executive of the state was born in Sweden 38 years ago but came tc Minnesota In 1881 when ho was 1C years old He attended the public schools and was afterwards graduated from Gustavus Adolphus college at St Peter as a minister of the gospel Soon after his graduation however Mr Eberhart abandoned church work and took up the study of law In the office of Judge Gray at Mankato hit homo town lie was successful as an attorney and soon built up a large practiceIn ho was elected to the state senate In 1905 he was reelected In 1908 ho was elected lieutenant governor and was reelected in 1908 Sorrow In St Paul St Paul Minn Tha news of Gov Johnsons death cast a deep shadow over St Paul where he had madg his homo since his first election as gov ernor Every where were hearty ex prosslons of almost personal sorrow and on every hand wero seen tributes to the memory of the governorcitizen Flags were halfmasted and portraits of the lato governor were hung to windows framed In black Other symbols of mourning appeared when black nnd white streamers were draped from some of the downtown buildings The Minds Power Zola said a psychologist once wrote in a ladys album that his favorite amusement was writing and hit fqvorlte wish a sudden death Zola died suddenly And It Is a strange thing said the pbychologlst that those who preset a sudden death usu ally have their preference gratified Philadelphia bulletin Monopoly Not Desired Since our own faults are so thor oughly enjoyable we are always ha py to find that others possess them Leather Belts in Parisc TWO YWJ or 11 II Whlr 6LLTPIQUE UnelWhileto tho hlghwalsted skirt on many of her gowns and indeed with an ardor not known In America she has grasped the opportunity with the very first gown that admitted of It to put on a leather belt and a closo one at that She has worn this belt during the summer with some of the foulard and lingerie gowns and with the best of her linen morning frocks She has strained a point to wear It with dresses that were scarcely built for It In this particular fashion period through which wo are passing the belt is frequently Impossible with the haltfitted princess of the moyen age except it be the loose leather belt of the silken girdle run through slots opened beside the princess panels The pulling in of a closely fitted princess is about as awkward as any thing that could well be Imagined but the Parisian woman who always finds her opportunity has worn a shaped leather belt successfully with a model like the white pique shown In rIN DECORATING THE HOUSE Several Simple But Most Important Principles Which Should Be Understood There are a few principles simple but most important which should be understood by every woman who sets out to be her own interior decorator Do not hang curtains of one color against a wallpaper of another- If possible to avoid do not put dif ferent papers on the walls of rooms which adjoin with wide archways or folding doors between- If it Is necessary the character of the rooms to have slightly different kinds of paper let them be as near alike as possible in color The design does not make so much difference Do not join carpets of opposite col orsWhen it is not possible to have car pets alike in rooms joined by wide openings a rug should be laid over the seam to hide it Oriental rugs beautiful as they are should be used with discretion In a small manycolored room they are likely to bowl at each other They are very good when used to light up a onotone room TUSSAH SILK WAIST Blouse of tussaU silk trimmed in an original way with fagoted bands of the same material The jabot is of the silk and lace The sleeves trimmed to correspond havo a tucked strap of the silk on tho outside finished with tho lace Use Twisted Cotton Some women waste their time In featherstitching dainty garments with embroidery thread The embroidery thread being soft when the garment Is laundered It Is pressed Into the material and loses its individuality Twisted cotton which comes by the ball in various numbers and which Is sometimes used for crocheting Is the most satisfactory thread with which to do this dainty work Remedy for Burns A slmplo remedy for burns is made by adding to a cupful of olive oil a teaspoonful of carbolic acid Apply bandage soaked In the mixture j11JLNYthe picture The cut of this dressIalthough Including the long hp and suggesting tho watteau plait from yoke to belt Is such that it admits of a decided waist line This shaped belt of shiny leather la made of three pieces which fit It about the figure very snugly The straight patent leather worn with the striped linen morning frock although made of one piece is also an outlined belt and fastened with a square leather covered buckle Now the French woman oversteps the mark when she wears her beloved shiny belt with the fitted foulard gown of princess cut but to her the girdle seems an irresistible accessory Paris ians always feel privileged to performAremarkable feats in fashion making but fortunately the sensible American is given to adaptations She will in all probability wear the extreme patent leather but instinctively with gowns made for it with models hay ing a blouso and skirt and a distinct waist line Tho leather belt is at Its best worn with a turnover collar and t a fourinhand or with a Puritan col lar and Windsor tie JTHE BANG IS HERE AGAIN It Will De Worn by the Ma I I Jorlty of WinterIrAlthough much protest Was made last winter about the reappearance of tho bang across the forehead It seems to be rather firmly Intrenched now The majority of women will wear It this winter In large measure itIwill be becoming It will women to lift from their foreheads that lowhanging mass of hair now the fashion and substitute It with a tiny wavy fringe- It Is absurd to cut the hair to make this bang Ono can buy it by the picco In any hair shop and attach it under ones own hair by an invisible hairpinOne should boi extra careful not to get It thick or straight The poodle bang once so fashion able in tile eighties of the nlntoeenth century also promises to return It has already done so in Paris but there it like the wavy fringe only accompanies the flattened pompadour Both of these have been introduced to give softness to a forehead from which the hair has been lifted and also to give a showing of hair under the hat They should never bo worn with the hair severely parted In front White Net Frock A standard whltn dress and tho most advisable If you are making li right now Is the point dcsprit or fine wash net for the very obvious reason that the whole season is no longer before you end you therefore will not want to make n dress for summer only The point dcsprit dress Is a most useful as well as a beautiful lit tie dancing frock If it be made in one of the pretty fluffy ways that these sheer dresses naturally call for tho yoke and loWer sleeves may later be removed and a bit of lace added as a finlch WJth the addition of little wreaths of artificial pink roses or small bunches of red rambler roses the frock will be Ideal for winter evenings A Ribbon Plnholder For this pretty plnholder five differ ent lengths of 1inch satin ribbon are suspended from a brass ring crocheted over with heavy embroidery silk To the ring Is also attached a bow of the satin ribbon just by way of decoration Tho lower end oi each ribbon Is looped through a brass ring and hemmed These rings are not covered To make this an accept able present each ring is filled with safety pins slipped on and clasped Two sizes of black pins may be used and three of nickel including this very smallest shield pins Gingham Cushion Covers Pretty cushion covers are made of dress gingham in plain colors old rose Alice blue green or yellow to correspond with the color scheme of tho room Tho covers are feather Hitched in white to Inclose Inside the edge and aro finished with buttons and buttonholes so thu they can bo laundered when necessary Learn to Rela Relaxation Is the secret of taking the mental moral and physical kinks out of ones system In tho warm unsigitlynow ones from forming tolotao etoioioio oOlaiWOtaloio eiW East Kentucky Correspondence l News You Get Nowhere Else o 0 0 eomipondtoet psfcUUrt aloes eigaed la till by the writer The urn illnot ter pibUcattoi kit a II evidence ot good faith Writs plainlyY oooooo eoe o 08 OOeoooooOO JACKSON COUNTY McKKR McKee Sept 27Clrcult Court ad Journed last Saturday having been In session for two weeks The grand Jury returned over 200 indlctmants more than bad been made hero for several years Quite a number of then were for liquor and gambling Waite r and Rufus Abrams who were tried on a charge of being accessories to the murder several years ago of Jno Embree were acquitted Tho Hollard and Nantz land case that was tried hero about a year ago and was de cided In favor of Nantz having been reversed by the court of Appeals was tried again with aspeclal judge L- Ie Calvert on the bench and decided In favor of NantzJack Frost visited us last night so I guess most of the correspondents will say Po tato digging Is all the go around hero now Several from here attended the Baptist Association at Maulden Jut ThursdayMr JL Farmer has I built a new porch to his residence Mr Geo Rader Is building a new barnRev Isaac Messier purchased a nice span of sorrels last weekIISACSIIsaacs Sept 27The weather Is very cool and dry for the time of year Mrs James L Davis Is the mother of a fine new boyMr Flem Roach and family of Owsley County are visiting his motherMr George I Pennington of Clay County has been delivering enlarged pictures throughi here the past week Mr Ed had a moving picture show at Pigeon Mrs Vina wedInesdayMrrr visited their uncle Tommy McQueen SundayMr Will Wolfe has sold part f of his farm and is erecting a largo barn on the remaining portion ot itIDr G W Cook has rheumatism Rev O B Gabbard has been working I in stone masonry at the Annvllle Academy TYNER Tyner Sept 26Fodder saving an wheat sowing and sorghum making hurtleeI explosion of a coffee boiler Wild excitement reigned late Sunday evenI ing when the alarm was given I lost child Little Golda the four years old daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Bowles strayed from tho house but was found just after dark hear Oak I Grovo church house Died the Infant I child of Wm Farmer with scarlet fe verMrs Mattie Jones of Viva is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs O W MooreMr Wm Riley Moore of Leo County has been visiting home t folks the pdst weekMr and Mrs1 John Simpson of Olin are visiting In this vicinity Mr Carter Vaughn of I Frankfort is at home for a few days =Mr J W Moore of Fllmoro has been visiting In this vicinity the past weekWe are sorry to report the misfortune of George S Bullock 1oncea citizen of Tyner but now of Brownell Kansas he got his dwel I ling with all its furnishings and three children burned Another child was seriously burned but may recov er The oldest girl was sixteen and had just graduated and come home I from school A gasoline explosion I started the flroProt James H Moore has gone to the mountains on a four weeks tour with his moving picture show Mr Bob Metcalf workIIngZekes Point Sept 27 ailKENIIAI1I 1 Greenhall Sept 27Tho schools of Owsley County have been closed on account of scarlet fever Jas Flanery is buying cattle to drive to the Rich mond market next MondayW N Hughes traded a pair of mares and a colt for a team of three year old mules James Chllds was visiting ct Luther Plerspns last Sunday Some j chicken thief made a raid on Charley Venables chicken roost last week and captured fifteen of his finest fowls I Harvey Creech was In Owsley Coun ty Friday to buy a farm from John t Neeley for Jobo EvansAndy Pierson and wife visited Mrs Flersons parents i at Maulden Sundayof last week atIHickoryton Saturday and SundayMore wheat will be sowed in Jackson severIalis great and many farmers have sold all they have and will buy flour In order to accommodate parties who want to BOW John D Smith who I vlsltII j and buying goods reports a good time and the Fair flneLeeI Pierson who was in the I I ry a ness at Berca a few years and has been in Oklahoma about a year will enter a Medical school soon He ox drouthftho last three nights Bent Pierson I sold to Harvey Lucas a fine yearling flllyJ D Pierson lost a pocket day book Any one finding It mall to Greenhall IWI llUItO- Welchburg 27Mr Wm Ra der has bought Dr Morris place in Welchburg and will move to it very soonD W Chappell sold a nice pair of horses last week for two hundred and fifty dollarsMrs Dora Davidson has returned from London pastII Goodmans baby which has been I very sick for several days is better Mr S C Goodman attended the ball game at Tyner SaturdayMr W JL Hall purchased a nice pair of- I yearling mules for one hundred and j fifty dollars MIDDLK FORK Middle Fork Sept 26The Rev J B Baker filled his regular appointment at Old Union Sunday lastO C Angel who has been at Gray Hawk for the past three weeks has returned f homeour school at this place is progressing nicely with Mrs Edna Tussey as teacher Mlsa Dela Lath I am who has been visiting her sister Mrs Edna Tussey of near Middle Fork has returned to her home at placei 11rlIAngel cher had a business call at Mr Jas j Hays last SundayMr Ell Summers and wife have returned from a visit AsIsoclationSeveral people at this place attendedj church at Letter Box visitIIngfork this week MILUIIEI t Mildred Sept 26 Messrs RIley Wes and Elijah Moore and Miss Etta Moore from Fllmore Leo County wero visiting friends and relatives in I Jackson County this weekMr Ben Dalton of Conway is visiting friendsIin Welchburg this week Mr Jones who Is teaching school In Laurel County this fall was home Saturday and SundayNora and Sarah Welsh visited Miss Zoo Moore Saturday goneishow a game of baseball played at Annvillo next Saturday between Tyner and Pond Creek Mr Robert Welsh Jr has gone to Madison County to work Messrs Roy Moore and J G Morris attended funeral meeting at Gray McKeeIWelchburg Saturday aQCKCASTLEnightIwi I Wlldlo Sept 20 Misses Samantha Fish and Lou Phillips have entered school at Berea Jack and Alfred Wood have also entered school there Mrs Julia Merilfeo Is sick j Miss Dorcas Wild of Jackson County spent a few days hero with friends this weekLance McKinzie is sick with typhoid The pupils of Langford entertainmentI Saturday after a lingering Illness Misses Katie Parsons and Lou Coffey visited at the home of T G Reynolds Sunday Misses Hattie Poynter Maud Reynolds Julia and Artio Coffey and Mary Drown spent Friday night and Saturday with friends at Langford Kirs Mary Coffey and daughter Mrs Lucy Reynolds have returned from a visit with friends at Beroa Mr John Hasty who has been sick for a short time with typhoid was relieved from suffering and taken to a better world He leaves a mother father and sis ter to mourn for him The whole community sympathize with the bereaved ones and all feel that they have lost a dear friend May every young man live as pure a life as John Hasty CLIMAX I Climax Sept 25Mr Simpson is up from Klrksvillo at IIrOjCntMr Geo J Rector is moving near Klrksvillo Madison County Mr Garrett Sparks and Miss Annie Rose were happily married at the home of tho bride a few days agoD G Rector has mov ed into his new house on Dry Ridge ChestInutJames Bowman are making sorghum at present Mr Bret Clark is plan ping to go to Madison County BOOE to workD G Rector bought of Jas Bowman a nice milk cow Price 30 Also bought a horse from Green Madden for seventyfive dollarsMr Barlo Clark bought of Goo Rector a woodland farm for 250Grant York is fixing to movo to Villa Grove 111 tho first of October Uncle Jess For syth hurt his hand very badly Mr Henry Smith has been very poorly for a few days nOONI Boone Sept 21There was ser vices at Fairview church Saturday night and Sunday conducted by the Rev C O Wilson The sick In this vicinity are all improving Mr Jas Lambert made a business trip to Mt Vernon ndayGeorge Lamb visited home folks hero Saturday and Sunday Tho Rev C 0 Wilson and wife and Miss Rena Smith wore guests of Mr and acre Chastcon on Sunday Farmers are busy cutting corn Born to Mr and Mrs B L Poynter on tho 25th a glrlMrs Mat tie Gadd of Rockford attended church at Fair View Sunday LAUREL COUNTY TKMILAU Templer Sept 2GTbo protracted meeting at River Hill is progressing nicely Misses Martha Brewer and Molllo Arnold were the guestsof Miss Lizzie McQueen and Miss Llzlo Mullins Saturday night and Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely with Miss Martha Brewer as- teacherMessrs Wright Sam Arnold and Leo Powell left on the 15th of this month for Illinois Miss Mary Parks was the guest of Miss Della Black last week Mr Joe Black left for Illinois last MondayICLAY COUNTY IIUHJIITSHAD- KBrlghtshade I Sept 25Sllas Wag ers spent the past week in Loulsvlllo on business A drove of aboilt 85 head of cattle was taken thru here during the week on the way to the ssThe corn crop Is very light In the immediate vicinity of Brlghtshade Local rains did more damage in this Immediate vicinity last summer than oven in other parts ot this county M H Frederick has partly recovered his health and is teaching at Mudllck Supt LutherI Hatton has been visiting this part of the county during the week Contracts will soon be let for the building of four or five school houses in the southern end of Clay CountyP G White and others haVe a fine lot ot yellow poplar timber on the creek bank here Many of the logs are more than forty inches in diameter Many people from this vicinity are attending the Baptist Church Association which is being held at Ogle SEXTONS CBKKK Sextons Creek Sept 25 Circuit Court convenes at Manchester Monday J A Hunter has purchased a fine saddle and harness horse Foddering is about over now Parents should remember that school has been going on while their children were away They should see to It that they are back in school as quickly as pos sible Now is the best time in the year because the school Is not crowd ed the weather is pleasant and the roads are in good condition Parents if you love your children it Is a good way to prove it by sending to school Excuses dont educate the1DI pie if they did everybody well stocked with knowledge so every wise parent will remove excuses and keep his children in school every dayJ P Metcalf purchased a fine milk cow a few Jays ago Sextons Creek Sept 20Fodder pulling is on a boom here now Singing school closed here yesterday The class at this place is much improved Sam Saylor Sr of Annvllle spent Saturday and Sunday hero with rela tives Shelbys show exhibited here the 11th InstRev J P Met calf preached at Clark school house SundayMr P B Ray of Dora Vis- Ited Mrs Annie Lambs Sunday Mar tt Burch returned a few days ago from Gray Hawk where ho has been working for his son George T E Burch has gone to tho western part of the state to work for a picture CompanyAll parents should read the Editors column James Met calf had a fodder pulling todayJnot Campbell Metcalf and ed from Lexington where they have been working for the past three weeks Little Leo Sparks who has been ill for some time Is some be- tterl E Burch has a good saddle and harness horse for sale Price reasonable Isaac Wilder exhibited his lantern show Saturday night Brlggs and Co will move a saw mill to Englands Branch this week John Campbell is thinking of moving near Lexington Wm Noe came home a few days ago from Lexington JOSE J Saylor has purchased a yoke of oxen I TINY Vine Sept 21People are very busy saving their fodder nowThere has been a great deal of sickness In this neighborhood during this sea sonMrs Nancy Pennington is very 111 She la not expected to live but a short timeMr C C Clark and Leah Davidson were quietly married SeptI11 visitedIpracUclngIi The Infant child of Mr and MrsI Will Pennington died of scarlet feverI acme few days ago We extend ouri heart felt sympathy to the bereavedj family Mr John Esther and Lull Feiguson visited their grandparents In lachfon County Saturday and Sun- dayI OWSLEJ LOUT rf r THAVKILKIIS IlEST Travelers Reef Sept 24owlng to the spread of scarlet fever all the public schools in Owsley have been ordered closed for a period of two weeksDr J D Herd Chas Cecil and S P Caudoll were in Beattyvllle Saturday Sept 18 and saw the Nebraska Indians play Beattyvlllea first nine Score 11 to 2 in favor of the Nebraska Indians S M Cecil is I very low at this writing Mrs G S McDonald of Beattyvllle la visiting her father S M Cecil this week The Travelers Rest baseball Grays played Heldolburgs first pine at Holdelburg Sunday Sept 19 Score 21 to 7 in favor of tho Grays The Travelers Rest boys extend their thanks to tho Heldelburg people for the morality and hospitality shown them during the game ESTILL COUNTY I WAGKI18V1LI- KWagersvlllo Sept 27 Mrs Jas Kelley of Clays Ferry is visiting her WilsonIlatters father L C Fowler from Friday till Sunday Mr and Mrs A B Kelley entertained quite a number of friends Sunday Lena and Robert Flynn attended the Teachers Asso siatlon on Red Lick Saturday Mrs Willie Arvino is quite sickTho little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Flynn who has been very sick Is improving Mr and Mrs Dick Cox were tho guest of their daughter Mrs Dan Flynn Sunday i GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick Sept 2Glrs Chas Rogers of Richmond was the guest of her daughter Mrs Lon Stowo from Saturday till Wednesday of last week Mrs Fannie Brockman was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard lost Wednesday Mr and Mrs Dennis Anglin are tho proud parents of a fine boy which arrived last ThursdayMr and Mrs R H Soper wero the guests of Mr and Mrs Ebb Brockman laat Saturday night and Sunday There was an ice cream supper at Wallaceton school house last Saturday night Mrs Stove Hot comb and Miss Emily Renfroo visited friends on Copper Creek last Satur day night and Sunday Mr G B Gabbard attended an old soldiers rally at Wenston from Wednesday un til Saturday He reported a most delightful tlmeMrs Ruth Davis has broken the record she has In her flock of ducks this year one with four feetIKINGSTON Kingston Sept 27Mr Green Gab bard of Paint Lick spent Friday night with Mr and Mrs Lewis Sandlln Mr and Mrs J C Powell attended church at Mt Zion Sunday Mrs Joe Bales spent a few days last week with friends in Richmond Little Frank I Bentley has been very sick with scar let feverMessrs Kit Parks Rot Hudson Alva Hale and Misses Dora I Hudson Martha and Suda Powell and Vcrna Parks spent last week with Grace Parks at I1ughI Mr and Mrs Luther Klmbcrlaln of Dreyfus visited Mr Levi Klmbcrlaln last weekMr Geo Young purchased the Boulwaro place for 10000 and will movo to it the first of JanuaryMr- and Mrs L C Powell were the guests of B W Lalns Saturday night and Sunday Miss Bettlo Halo spent Fri day with Mr and Mrs Curt Parks Carlos Moore and Miss China Hudson of Hugh were the guests of Miss Dora Hudson last week- 1JIG1IILI Big lull Sept 28The Rev J W j Parsons Is holding a series of meet- Ings at Silver Creek this week Miss LUcy Hayes who is teaching at Mat lory Springs this year has a census report of sixty pupils and an enrollment of fiftynine Mrs Katy Green Is having a large barn bulltMr- Dave Reece who has been in the army for a few years came home a few days agoMr I A Hunter leads tho prayer meeting next Thursday night Subject Sin ANHUII- YAsbury Sept 27Rev J W Parsons Is conducting a series of meetings- at Silver Creek this weokMr and Mrs Geo Spade of Nebraska visiting in Berea Frost was heavI enough Monday morning to insure bursting ot chestnut bursJoo ParI 1haul It J SHIELD BRAND CLOTHING I 1 k Tho word Shield on collar or sleeve insures best nrnejclaj iaoo worth of high grade clothing must go Suits worth 15 going at 10 Suite worth io to 12 goingAt5 to o j An immcrise stock of odd pants lot all ages at 13 off tcnTsond boys walking coats and rain coats latest styles the best anti cheapest in town A lar e stock of Ladies Coats at to lo worth to 15 rftjgiTher- and I highest quality to be found All kinds of Hosiery arid Under I wear for all ages Whitcst and best patent flour at 700 a Ibs Best salt at 40C for zoo Ibsl aoc coffee at 150 I s selldrbccries Shoes Bqots Hats Clothing Dress Goods A full storcnew goods If you have never been n customer come in and compare goodsIOur motto Small profits and quick sales Goods well bought are half sold I only mention a few of our many bargains Coupons given withencbl purchase Coupons redeemed in presents selected by me f The Golden Rule Store R1J Engle sBerea Kyj i 4 Congersville III Letter j Congersvllle Ill Sept 26Missj Myrtle Parks preached to a largo audience at the Delis last Sunday at ternoon Ed Alexander had a fine mare to get hurt very badly last weekU M Robinson has just re turned from a business trip to Cooper IowaD Kindred wife and Hugh Young and family spent the day at i Charles Gentrys today Leslie Reed i and family and Squire Young and fatal ly spent today at Willie Wlllsons Leo Kelley and family were the guests of Joe Phllphot recently Mr Ralph Smith called on Victoria Alexander Saturday evening Leo Kelley made a flying trip to Randolph Saturday evening Mrs II M Robinson WM I a Pcorla caller Saturday Ron J DI Crumley and wife Mr W H Marshall and daughters Efflo and Flossie and Mr Jason Slgamond went from Good field to Chenoa 111 as delegates to the Bloomington Baptist Association Sherman Hurley purchased a fine mare from H M Robinson last week for 165 and another at Randolph at the samo price Lexington Neb Lexington Nob Sept 19We aro j having fine weather hero now and farmers are very busy There Is being a largo acreage of wheat sown here tan for years The threshing ma chines are very busy Link Nlcker rljdayWhat promised to be one of the beet crops of com for years proved to be almost a failure The hot wind that blew August 9 and 10 11 almost made just a fodder field of what promised to be tho best corn On an average corn will be about one third of a crop Mrs Bud Carpenter has a nice bunch of turkeys Will some ono give the address of Mrs Fannie Brockman through the correspondence of this paper Tho Lexington Fair was a I success The Evergreen school in district No 3 is progressing fine with Miss Florence Maids as teacher TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Program for Teachers Association to be held in Educational Division No 6 Subdistrict No2 Clover Bottom on the fifth Saturday in October SongAudience Devotional ExorcUes Rov William Powell Welcome Address Annlo Powel- lReeponaoIeo Spars SongQuartetReadlngWannle Hatfield Oration Tho importance of the Teachers CallingS W Jones Kind of paper to have in the Home and its Valuo Mrs Tussey- Essay Relation of School tol JIaysI Enthusiasm Canada Sparks Basket planer SongAudience Recitation Abraham Lincoln Ar q thur McGuire I Plays aK1ncl b Importance Mrs Laura Smith I RecitationEllen Durham I Address Valuo and Importance of Pictures and Drawing J R Durham Recitation Dorcas Wild SongPrimary Grade- Discussion Resolved that no circumstances justify a departure from the truth Affirmative H N Dean and J R Durham NegaUvuJ G Durham and George Sparksr Recitation Maggie Durham Song Quartet EuayuabluChll1aUu oaRecitationMartha Durham Essay Rewards of the Teacher Annie Powell Oration PalrlollsnvjJ G Durham The New School LawlI N Dean Discussions SongQuartetAddreuArglcultureWm Cope Essay The Woman ai a Teacher Mrs Ida Abney Oration Education in Kentucky Grover Drew- AddressSupt H F Minter Every body cordially invited AH teachers and patrons come prepared to say somethingAnnie Powell Secretary Mrs Ida Abnoy China Hudson Postman Hat Walked Far Thomas Craness a postman of At tlcborough Norfolk England has received the Imperial service medal and pension During 35 years he walked 212000 miles OUT OF TilE GINGER JAR IIf you are acquainted with Happl ness introduce him to your neighbor Keep your word and your word will keep you It is better to make a fewmutakesIthan to do nothing at all When it is as broad as Its long it must be the square thing After an exchange of hot wordJ a coolness Is sure to set In Say not always what you know but always know what you Bay I The farmer who sols a good straight fence also sets a good ex ample i Contentment is merely the ability to regret for a while the things that are beyond our reach rtEven the most learned of us never realize how little we know till a quCIIUonsI read it Toll him Im coming over to borrow his breakfast I only war to eat it To Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage four zooms with table chairs and bedstead MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Renter must give reference Other dwellings ofI various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address X J OSBORNE Berecir Kentucky IL