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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t3 SIUENTS OFFICE I3EUEA KY3win BEREA PUBLISHING CO uiconronATEnl STANLEY FROST Manager Rnfemtaf ire Paf ofee at Rerm Jr elf utond- dau man riwaer XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY OCTOBER 28 1800 One Dollar a year No 18 NEWS OF THE WEEK Battleship Delaware Makes Record Senator Stone Again In tho Lime lightSpanish Cabinet Resigns Prince Ito Killed by Koreanor phans Homo Burns BLACKBURN TO RESIGN The Canal Record the oftlcal Government paper printed at Aucon Canal Zone I In the issue of Oct 13th oontalned the subjoined paragraph relative to Gov I J C S Blackburn J 0 sailIedonStates Mr Plackburn resignation as a member of tho Isth mian Canal Commission to President Taft ou his arrival In Washington HUNT TROPHIES ARRIVE Tho entire consignment of skins of ant mals killed by ExPres Roosevelt and his son Kermit which was recently t landed in Now York City has been received at the Smithsonian Institute Among the animals represented in this collection wore rhinoceros topi hippopotamus wlldo bcesto zebra gir affe lion leopard and baboon SENATOR McCARREN DEAD State Senator Patrick 11 McCarrcn Democratic leader of Brooklyn died at St Catherines Hospital Brooklyn I Saturday morning Senator McCarren never recovered front an operation I for appendicitis which was pertormedI Oct 13 His death was TIlE GREATEST BATTLESHIP AFLOAT When tho Delaware tho American slip of tiio Dread I nouDrattype made such a fine show ing on her screw standardization runs ocr the measured mile la Ponobscot tho United States came wel111asWhile her contract calls for twenty ono knots nn hour the Delaware easily made twentytwo knots and set the fAworlds pace for battleships In making her engines wore forced to develop 30000 horse power tho highest ever made by a first class battlcchlp In addition to her eptcd and heavy displacement the Dela ware Is 25 per cent stronger on the offenso and defense than any other battleship yet constructed whlph means that her batteries can throw 25 per cent more metal and that her vitals are protected by heavier ar mor than any other vowel afloat Tho North Dakota a sister ship has a trial over the same course in a few days SENATOR STONE SLAPS NEGRO CABBY Bill Stone United States Senator from Missouri recently add ed another star to his crown of notoriety by clapping a negro cabby who charted him a dollar tare Ho only paid the bill when the cabdriver got pocscsslon of his grip and after policeman Coates of the station squad said that Collar was not exorbitant Wild Bill Punished thru the cato gootlculatlng wildly and landed fm o Jefferson City train It will bo re called that sumo time ago Senator- S Wuct1 tho same eloquence on a- neartcr who disagreed with him as tp tho amount of water it took to make a proper chaser Wo have noticed that tho Senator fights Continued off Fourth rage- S J- lh r II rTHIS ad is directed at the man who has all the business in his line in 1Q community Mr MerchantYou say youve got it nil Youre selling them all theyll buy any how But at the same time you would like more business Q Make this community buy more Q Advertise strongly consist judiciouslyQ buy a lot of washtubs cheap advertise a big washtub sale in this pa per Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it the minute they look at your ad Talk strong on washtubs And youll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you g Thats creative business I power OUR AD RATES ARE RIGHT CALL ON US Copyright Via liT w N UJ d 3IY THfl CITIZENI Devoted to the Interests of the M ountain People KENTUCKY Commissioner FOOTBALL Berea Loses to Georgetown Tho contest between Georgetown and Berca at Georgetown last Saturday could hardly bo called a foot ball game but then It could not be called anything else It was a wad Ing and diving contest the material la which the wading and diving was done being stiff mud The football early In the game acquired the size a a bushel basket and there were tow fumbles only because the ball stuck to tho mens hands Tho end runs wero tow and far between but some times a man on one side or the other would manage to get started while tho other side wore cleaning off their shoes The only real danger in the game was that some one would get drowned and Capt Flan ery probably would have been It the officials had not pulled the others oft from him fast As to football tho honors were about oven Berca playing in very hard luck Georgetown got the klckoft and thus made the only good gain of tho day During the first hall tho ball stayed near whore it was first downed on Bercas thirty yard line Twice Berca was penalized fifteen yards or she would have got It to tho middle of tho field Just at the end of tho half Kenney Georgetowns- star halt managed to make fifteen yards being downed on Dereas three yard line There was very little chance that Georgetown would have put It over however as she could not gain thru tho lino fh tho second halt Georgetown again got the advantage by getting a punt over Jacksons head tho ball being downed well Into Bcroas territory There it stayed neither sldo bilng able to gain anything good till Ken no again got away for twenty yards and a touchdown Elaborate prepar atlona failed to secure the goal After Bereas kick off the ball stayed pretty well In Georgetowns territory tho rest of tho game Tho Borca team was somewhat LaU1ICIevery respect tho playing was up to the standard of Bereas work this yerr The lineup follows Georgetown College Crcekmorc re Council rt Tudor Cant c More l laud lg Thorna on It Dale lo Rob inson qb Howard rh Barnett fb Kenney H- iBorca Bonder re Bowman rtI Henry rg Keffer c Gabbard Ig A Archer It Stcanrod lo Jackson qb A Flanery rh C Flancry Capt fb B Archer Hi i SummaryTouchdown Konney Re UmpireI DEPLORES LAWLESSNESS In tho November issue of Tho Scrap Book Is Governor Wilsons Important paper on Tho People and Their Law Taking up the cudgels for his native State he says In part- I am ntlrely safe in saying that there is no Issue in Kentucky upon the question of law and order that tho sentiment of tho State Is strong earnest faithful and unyielding in favor of upholding tlio law The disorders In Kentucky contlnu ed under tho secret operation of the men who had JUoney Interest In con tinuing their unlawful and criminal powers for nearly a year but finally tho reign of fear in thousands of homes has como to an end at least I for the present and I trust in our peo ple and believe that there can bo no troubleI one for two of them aro yet unpunished but no statue of limitation protects them and over all of them hangs the sword of Justice of tho peoples lawiNever Touched Him yostor1Iit was seized by a hawk and carried off- Youre I all right rejoined the vuli lago grocer Such a trifle as fixing the weight of a fish before it is land ed cant impair your standing In the 1Horae Cars for DungallwsI I county council has been advertising for sale a number of disused horse tram cars suitable for bungalows houseboats portablo buildings tool and garden sheds contractors offices cycle and motor houses and for use on farms potato groundsI vipert The asp borrows poison from the I r I PATRIOTISM AND TAXES There la nothing that the avrnge mao hates more than to pay taxes He reel that it is money gono for nothingthat ho is being stuck for just thiit amountthat it is a burden put upon him with out right or justice And therefore the average man pays just as little as ho can When the assessor conies around he perjures him self about his personal property when the Board of Equalization meets he perjures himself again when it comes to working out his time on tho road he loafs all he can and finally when he does have to pay he cusses good And yet when the subject comes up he will tellyou he is a good patriot Sometimes ho believes It toolll Let us recall again thin definition of patriotism which we discussed few days ago Patriotism is the sentiment of love and devotion to ones country and its interest before ones own private interests Then the man who would steal from his country would not be a patriot and the man who would jefuse to give to his country what he owed it would not be a patriot would hef He would hardly be an honest man Our country gives to each of us certain things and we are pretty anxious to see that we all get our fair share of those things She gives the law to protect us and the help of big departments to work for our interests and an army to keep off invaders andmoney for public enterprises in our neighborhoods and institutions to care for us if we go blind or insane or otherwise unnble to care for ourselves These things have to be paid for They belong to all of us and the payments are the taxes We really owe our taxes to the government the man who pays his full tax is really only honest and the fact that ho pays ought not to give him any claim on patriotism But when he dont pay he certianly forfeits all right to be called a good citizen Of course us we have said before a man has a right not to be partriotic if he wants to but for Heavens sake let us stop tho hypocrncy of calling any tax dodger n patriot While we are on this subject of taxestwe Would like to call the attention of our readers briefly to a facts about them Some men try to excuse their tax dodging on the ground that the taxes are not wisely spent Taxes are spent by officers elected by the people When those officers are toI worthy of their truth it is the fault of tho people or of a majority of them and they have no right to try to lodge the results of their own folly in electing men for personal reasons or spite or other things instead of fitness Un less a man can show that he did his best to have the government officers well qualified men ho has no right to allege their incom petence in excuse for his tax dodging And men who do their duty in election by the way aro not the men that try to dodge taxes Some people do not understand that the motley the government spends must all come from the people some wnyor the other and BO they are willing to graft or in plain Enlish steal a little from the government They overcharge for work on the roads or for any other service they perform for the government and they sell it poor goods for good prices or do poor work for high wages or in other ways try to gel n soft thing out of the government All that costs money to the tax payers and it is a remarkable thing that they will allow other people to steal in these ways So long us a man is not stealing or is allowing his friends to steal he is not only not a patriot as we can plainly see but he has no right to complain about his taxes Taxes properly spent are the best investment a man or country can make Tho public things for general good bring back larger returns in actual money than any other form of investment Ifevery man in the mountains should spend a hundred dollars on good roads in tho next year it would pay him back in money made or saved in two years and the roads would still bo there It is so with the schools and with all forms of taxation If the money is rightly spent taxes will make n people rich as has been proved time and time again And a good patriot will not only be glad to pay his taxes which even if much is wasted arc still helpful for the country but ho will try hard to see that the waste is made less and that all the countrys money goes where patriotism demands that it should golor the good of the people There are more indepcndant candidates for one office andanother thru this country this Fall than has been the case for many years and the issues are being so confused in many cases that good Republicans sometimes cannot be blamed for getting a little mixed Every man tins of course the right to vote for whoever ho wants to but there are some pretty clear rules about a man who calls himself a Republican voting anywhere but under the Log Cabin Anysuch man is a bolter no matter for what reason he does it Bolting may bo justified in somo cases und a man still call himself a Republican but unless tho party has cornmitted some crime which deserves punishment or unless it has nominated a candidate unfit to support while another and better candidate is offered elsewhere any man who puts his mark anywhere except just under the Log Cabin loses his right to call himself by the name of the grand old party of Lincoln and Grant and McKinley and Roosevelt and Taft The Republican party has stood the test of years and many voters have come and gone so that few are left that voted for its first candidates but never yet has the party proved recreant to her trust or betrayed her followers and so today there is no excuse except conscience for any moans leaving tho party of his fathers All Republicans mark their ballots just onceunder the Log Cabin Dont forget to vote for tho good road amendment That is the last word to every voter in this state before the election of next Tuesday No matter so vitally affecting the people has been before them for n long time It has been discussed in these columns and there is nothing more to say about it The vote from the mountains ought to bo unanimous Do your share thats all YOU ARE INVITED Invitation from Pres and Mrs Frost Our duties have been such as to keep us from meeting friends and neighbors as freely as wo desired for some years past Wo are now sud denly called to leave our home for an indefinite time It would be our pleasure and desire to greet and say goodbye to all our neighbors In Berca and vicinity As this Is Impossible we cordially invite all who would wish us to call on them to be so good as to call on us at the Presidents House on Friday night Oct 29 between seven and nine Wm 0 and Ellen Frost Change of Evils Fond Parent Children are such a blessing In the home You bet they are Why since weve had two chil dren my wife has scarcely any time to play tho piano aw I DEMOCRATS ON THE RUNI Richmond Ky Oct 23A big rallyI was held by Democrats nt tho Courthouse hero this afternoon indulging In speeches and making out final plans for tho coming election on ember 2- Democrats NovI I here are feeling easiness than for many years due toI the strong Republican opposition Is in tho field Both parties had strocg Increase in registration and both are just as confident of victory This county gives a largo Republi can majority in State and National elections but the Democrats have al ways carried county office elections heretofore and are working every effort to hold to the same while the I Republicans say they are going to stand together and for once control the county offices Louisville Herald Origin of Calico Calico derives its name from Call cut a town in India r BEREAS PROSPERITY COSTS I President Frost Must Seek Long Rest President Frost arrived from Wash ington on Tuesday and met the Con vocation of College workers that night The advice of his physicians is that he should drop all work and all thoughts of Berca for several months lie is not confined to his bed but nervously shattered and worn by the anxieties of seventeen years work for Berea He will sail with his wife and two younger children for some quiet place in tcold world where he can eat sleep exercise and live a care free Ufa for a time On this condition the doctors promise that he shall come tack as vigorous as he was nine years ago when his breakdown began Many of the Presidents duties were assigned tq other workers last year and the others are now laid upon Prof Geo N Ellis who will act as Regent In the Presidents absence persons who have lived long In B J rea will fully realize the work which President Frost has expended one the uplift of Berea and all the good things which It represents- As it Is impossible for the Presi dent to say farewell to all his friends one by one at their homes he and Mrs Frost Invite their neighbors in Berea and vicinity to call at tho Presidents House Friday night WORTH READING Dont forget to read Clark Wilsons article on raising wheat In the moun tains published in this weeks issue Mr Wilson has had practical experience and was raised on a mountain farm and what he says Is worth read Ing Among the other gobd things in this weeks issue Is the continued story of Whispering Smith Dont miss a single one of the thrilling Install mentsNext week there will be a resume of the school law changes a thing that every parent wants to know Watch for it Coming soona big story with a picture of one of the mpst remark able women of the mountains or any where else She is eightyeight years old and has had CG2 descendants of whom 452 are alive If any one can beat that we want to know It Watch for this story too WILL START NEW SCHOOL Miss Bertha Robinson who has for years had a tine reputation as a dress maker here and is very well known returned Saturday night from Cincin nati where she graduated from Kels ters Ladles Tailoring College She Is planning to start here a branch cf the same college which has its head quarters In St Louis Her school in a location soon to bo announced will have full rights to patterns and sys tem and will be thoroly equipped wlri the most modern apparatus It will open within two or three weeks Miss Robinson herself won high honors ut the College having made the best record of any pupil in some ninety schools GETS 21 YEARS Ernest Hays of Clover Bottom who last June killed his brotherinlaw James Lane at Big 11111 this county was convicted of murder In the second degree before the Circuit Court In Richmond on Tuesday and was sentenced to 21 years in the peniten tiary at hard labor The defense in the case was selfdefense Leonard Abney who has been accused as an accessory has not been tried The boys both escaped after the shooting and were only captured a few weeks ago by Sheriff Johnson A large re ward for their capture was ottered by the relatives of the deceased and by Gov Wiilson COLORED SCHOOL EXHIBITION The colored school of Berea will Ex111bltlonIor the school are invited President and ifra Frost will be present and the pupils will show what they have been doing in study and music Industries and other lines- Probably on the Team Such ignorance Is Inexcusable I I exclaimed Aunt Hypatla My nephew Percival has been going to college nearly three years and when I asked him this morning whether he knew anything about Homer he said Sure A homer is a hit thats good for four bases Things All things aro divided Into two classes The things you dont like and the things that aro not good for you Puck 1 r F 3 Knowledge Is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaperd IIVol IN OUR OWN STATE Wind Storm Hits Central Kentucky Mrs Duke Burled at Lexington Burley Society IncorporatesSal vator the Worlds Fastest Race Horse Dies at Elmendorf DIED OF LOCKJAWErnest Bax ter of Richmond died Saturday of lockjaw Three days before he struckla piece of wire thru his foot HEAVY STORM Tho high Wind storm which visited Central Ken tucky Friday night did considerable damage in some places However very little damage was done in Madison County A high wind accompanied by i cold rain struck Berea about eleven oclock Friday night and continued all day MRS BASIL W DUKE DEAD The funeral services of Mrs Basil W Duke who died suddenly intLoulavllle Wednesday morning was j held Friday afternoon at the family residence in Louisville Saturday morn lag the body was brought to Lexing ton over the L N railroad The Interment took place in the Lexington cemetery in the family lot beside her famous brother Gen John II Morgan SALVATOR IS DEADSalvator tho worlds greatest racehorse and one of the foremost sires of a gener ation died at Elmendorf Farm Fay ette County at an early hour Friday l morning old age being the cause of his demise Salvator the great son of Prince Charlie was twenty three years old and held the worlds record for a mile on a straightaway course having negotiated the dis tance as a 4 year old In tho remarkable time of 136th This noted racer won 120000 on the turf and established a world record which has not been in danger for 10 years Ills death has been expected for some time and Mr Haggln has for several years employ ed a special groom to look after the horse Salvator was burled with filing ceremony Sunday near Green Hills the mansion of Mr Hag gin and a monument will be erected at the pjace- BURLEY SOCIETY BECOMES BIGmCORPORATION To many who have hitherto had great hope and confidence In the Burley Society the incorporating with a two million dol lar capital and the assuming of the nature of a big corporation brings distrust and a shattering of hopes i for the relief of the tobacco growers In Central Kentucky Many people thought they saw In the Burley To bacco Society a possible relief for the farmer from the intolerable grind of the American Tobacco Co in par titular and from many other griev ances resulting from combinations of men and money But the attitude of the men controlling tho Burley Society and the fact that they themselves i are assuming the nature of a trust destroys Its usefulness to the farmers of Kentucky The Clark County farmers are trying now to get outsof the pool and there are other signs that it Is breaking up JUDGE PECKIIAM DEADRufus W Peckham Justice of the United States Supreme Court died at his summer home at Altamont Oct 24th after a short Illness Judge Peckham was a Democrat and was appointed by Pres Cleveland In 1896 He has been on the bench State and Federal for twentysix years YOUTSEY CONVERTEDHenry- E Youtsey sentenced to life Imprison I ment for complicity In the murder of Senator Wm Goebel has been ed The man who succeeded Ing him was Rev Geo L convertIthe medicine employed was pamphlet reporting the of one Dan OBrien a noted scalawag who was finally REPUBLICAN convertedIamount of work boat political ed in Kentucky was made and put toIpractical use the members oC the Re j publican State Cenral Committee findIin looking over the situation that the Repubicans have made great gains In Kentucky and that there Is every prospect of the Senate being Republcan by a safe majority and tho majority in the House greatly re duced The Republican leaders are quite certain that they will carry Louisville by a good majority and that every thing will bo In excellent shape thruout the State SUICIDE OF GUARDA C Alex ander of Owen County a guard at the Frankfort Penitentiary committed suicide early Tuesday morning at his boarding house by shooting himself In tho head with a revolver He hadIbeen in ill health and despondent for several weeks Ho leaves a wife and eight children v Be Slow to Action r Precaution is better tiara repentt 9 ance Greek Proverb Ii I Imo SYNOPSIS Mtrrray Sinclair and hli gang of wreckers were called out to clear the railroad track at Smoky Creek McCloud a young road superintendent caught Pin clear and his warn In the act of looting- the wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In nocence declaring It only amounted to a small turn a treat for the men McCloud discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned McCloud tecame acquainted with Dlcksle Dunning a girl of the west who came to look at the wreck She gave him a message for Sin clair Whispering Gordon Smith told President Duck or the railroad of Mc Clouds brave tight against a gang of crazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendents appolutment to his high once McCloud arranged to board at the boarding house o Mr Sin clair the exforemans deserted wife Dlekslo Dunning was the daughter of the late Richard Dunning who had died of a broken heart shortly after his wife a demise which occurred after one year of married life Sinclair visited Marion sJaJr and a fight between him and SmokyCreelsMcCloud prepared to face the situation President Bucks notified Smith that he had work ahead McCloud worked for days and finally got the division running In fairly good order He overheard Dick ale criticising his mtthod to Marlon Sinclair A stock train ttaa wrecked by an open switch later a passenger train was held up and the express car robbed Two men of a pease pursuing the bandits were killed McCloud was notified that Whispering Smith was to hunt the des peradoes Dill Dancing a road lineman proposed that Sinclair and his gang be sent to hunt the bandits A stranger apparently with authority told him to go ahead Dancing was told the stranger was Whispering Smith Smith ap proached Sinclair lie tried to buy him oft but failed He warned McCloud thatt his life was In danger McCloud was carried forcibly Into Lance Dunning pres ence Dunning refused the railroad a rlght of way he had already signed for Dlcksle Interfered to prevent a shooting affray Dlcksle met McCloud on a lonely trail to warn him his life was in danger On his way home a shot passed through his hat Vhlsperlng Smith reported that Du Sang one of Sinclairs gang had been assigned to kill McCloud lie and Smith taw Du Sang Smith taunt ofMedicineto succumb to the blurt McClouds big construction was taken from him because of an Injunction Issued to Lance Dunning by the United States court A sudden rise of tho Crawling Stone river created consternation Dlcksle and Ma rlon appealed to McCloud for help Whis pering Smith Joins the group XVIIhContinuedI on his coat sleeve he looked at Dick ere with another laugh and spoke to her because ho dared not look toward Marlon Going back tonight do you jay You never areZ Dlekslo answered quite in earnest Oh but we are We must Why did you come then Its taken halt the night to get hero and will take n night and a half at least to getbackWe me to ttsk Mr McCloud for jomo grain sacksyou know they have nothing to work with at the ranch said Marlon and ho said we might have some and we are to send for them In the morning- I sue But wo may as well talk plainly Smith looked at Dlcksle You are as bravo and as game as a girl can be I know or you couldnt have done this Sacks full of sand with the boys at the ranch to handle them would do no more good tomor row at the bend than bladders The river is flowing into Squaw lake above there now It hundred men that know thq game might check things yet if theyre there by daylight Nobody disc and nothing elso on Gods earth canThere was silence before tho fire McCloud broke it I can put tho 100 men there at daylight Gordon If Miss Dunning and her cousin want them said McClould Marlon sprang to her feet Oh will you do that Mr McCloud Z McCloud looked at Dicksie It they are wanted Dlekslo tried to look at the fire We have hardly deserved help from Mr McCloud at tho ranch she ealdj at lastHe put out his hand I must object The first wreck I over had on this di vision Miss Dunning rode 20 miles to offer help Isnt that true Why I would walk 100 miles to return the offer to her Perhaps your cousin would object he suggested turning to Dlckslo but no I think wo can manage that Now what are wo going to do You two cant go back tonight that is certain Wo must Then you will have to go in boats laid Whlsporlng Smith But the hill road Z There is five feet of water across it In half a dozen places I swam my horse through so I ought to know It is all backwater of course Miss Dunning explained McCloud Not dangerousBut suggested Whispering Smith especially In the dark McCloud looked at Marlon Then lets be sensible ho said You and Miss Dunning can havo my tent Is this where you stay asked DlcksleFour of us sleep In the cots when wo can and an indefinite number Ho on the ground when it rains Whlrh Is your bed Z I usually sloop there lie pointed to the one on the right I thought so It has the blanket folded back so neatly just as 11 there wero sheets under it Ill bet there arent any Do you think this is a summer resort lOihely my assistant sleeps there but of course wo are never both ta toed at the some time hes down 4- 1 u u ithSPthIB Siith the river tonight Its a sort of con tinuous performance you know Mc Cloud looked at Dlekslo Take off your coat wont you please Whispering Smith was trying to drag a chest from tho foot of the cot and Marion stood watching What are you trying to dot Get this over to the table for a seatSilly man why dont you move the tableDlcksle was taking off her coat How inviting it all Isl she smiled And this is where you stay When it rains answered McCloud Let me have your hat too My hair is a sight I know We rode over rocks and up gullies Into the brushAnd through lakesoh I know I cant conceive how you over got here at all Your hair is all right This is camp anyway But if you want a gloss you can have one Knisely is a great swell hes Just from school and has no end of things Ill rob his bag Dont disturb Mr Kniselys has for the world But you are not taking off your hat You seem to have something on your mindHelp me to get it off my mind will you pleaso It you will let me Tell me how to thank you for your generosity I came all the way over hero tonight to ask you for Just the help you have offered and I could not It stuck In my throat But that wasnt what was on my mind Tell me what you thought when I acted so dreadfully at Marions I didnt deserve anything better after placing myself In such a fool position Why dont you ask mo what I thought the day you acted so beau tifully at Crawling Stone ranch I thought that the finest thing I over sawYou were not to blame at Mari onsI seemed to be whjch is Just as bad L arn going to start the phones going Its up to me to make good you know In about four hours with a lot of men and material Arent you going to take off your hatTand your gloves are soaking wet A voice called the superintendents name through the tent door Mr Mc Cloud Z What is it DUn- Twentyelght and ninetenths on the gauge sir McCloud looked at his companions- I told you so Up threetenths Thank you Bill Ill be with you In a minute Tell Cherry to come and take away the supper things will you That is about all the water we shall get to- nIght I think Its all we want added McCloud glancing at his watch Im going to take a look at the river We shall be quiet now around here un til balf past three and If you Marlon and Mies Dunning will take the tent you can have two hours rest before we start Bill Dancing will guard you against Intrusion and if you want Ice water ring twice- CHAPTER XIX A Talk with Whispering Smith When Whispering Smith had fol lowed McCloud from the tent Dlcksle turned to Marlon and caught her hand Is this the terrible man I have heard about sho murmured And I thought him ferocious But is be as pitiless as they say Marion Marion laughed a troubled little laugh of surprise and sadness Dear ho Isnt pitiless at all He has un pleasant things to do and does them Ho is the man on whom the railroad relies to repress tho lawlessness that breaks out in the mountains at times and interferes with the operating of the road It frightens people away and prevents others from coming In to settle Railroads want law and order Robbery and murders dont make business for railroads They depend on settlers for developing a country dont you know otherwise they would have no traffic not to speak of wanting their trains and men let alone When Mr Bucks undertook to open up this country to settlers he needed a man of patience and endurance and with courage and skill in dealing with lawless men and no Ulan has ever succeeded so well as this terrible man you have heard about Ho is terrible my dear to law less men not to any one else He is terrible In resource and in daring but not In anything else I know of and I knew him when he was a boy and worn a pink worsted scarf when he wert skating I should like to have seen that scarf said Dlcksle reflectively She rosa and looked around the tent In a ftW minutes sho made Marion lie down on one of the cots Then she walked to the front of the tent opened the flap and looked out Whispering Smith was sitting before the fire Rain was falling but Dlcksle put on hot closefitting black coat raised the door flap and walked noiselessly from the tent and up be bind him Alone in the rain Z she askedSho had expected to seo him start at her voice but ho did not though ho rose and turned around Not JyThANKHSPEAI MAN ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWIES rCOPYRUHr BY CHRS SCRUN ws SAYS now bo answered as he offered her his box with a smile Aro you taking your hat off for mo In the rain 1 Put It on again I she In sisted with n little tone of command and sho was conscious of gratification when he obeyed amiably- I wont take your box unless you youhavowhat a dreadful man I thought you were and to apologize Never mind apologizing Lots of people think worso than that of me and dont apologize Im sorry I have no shelter to offer you except to sit on this side and take the rain Why should you take the rain for moZ You are a woman But a stranger to you Only In a way Dickslo gazed for a moment at the fire You wont think mo abrupt will you sho said turning to him but as truly as I live I cannot account for you Mr Smith I guess at the ranch we dont know what goes on In the world Everything I see of you con tradlcts everything I have heard of youYou havent seen much of me yet you know and you may havo heard much better accounts of me than I deserve Still It Isnt surprising you cant account for me In fact it would bo surprising It you could Nobody pretends to do that You must not be shocked It I cant even account for myself Do you know what a derelict Is t A ship that has been abandoned but never wholly sinks Please dont make fun of met How did you happen to come into the I Alone In RainImountains I do want to understand things better Why you are in real earnest arent ou1 Dut I am not making fun of yqu Do youknow President Ducks No Too bad HoVa very handsome old bachelor And he Is one of those men who get all ports of men to do all sorts of things for them You know building and operating railroads in this part of the country Is no Joke The mountains are filled with men that dont care for Gqd man or the devil Sometimes they furnish their own ammunition to light with and dont bother the railroad for years at such times the railroad leaves thqm alone For my part I never quarrel with a man that doesnt quarrel with tho road Then comes a time when they get after us shooting our men or robbing our agents or stopping our trains Of course we have to get busy then A few years ago they wor ried Bucks till they nearly turned his hair gray At that unfortunate tlmo I happened Into his office with a letter of introduction from his closest Chi cago friend Willis Howard prince of good men the man that made the Palmer hcuso famous yes Now I had come out here Miss Dunning I ulmost said Miss Dlcksle because I hear it so much I should be greatly set up to hear you call mo Dlcksle And I have won dered a thousand times about your name Dare I ask why do they call you Whispering Smith You dont whisperlie wltb abundance of good humor That is a ridiculous accident and it all came about when I lived In Chicago Do you know anything about tho infernal climate there Well In Chicago I used to lose my voico when ever I caught a cold sometimes for weeks tcgether So they began call- Ing mo Whispering Smith and Ivo never been able to shako the name Odd Isnt It But I came out to go Into the real estate business I was looking for some gold beartng farm lands where I could raise quartz dont you know and such thingsyes dont mind telling you this though II wouldnt tell It to everybody Cerlnlnly not assented Dlcksle drawing her skirt around to sit in clorer confidence- I wanted to get rich quick murmured Whispering Smith confi dentiallyAlmost criminal wasnt itt I wanted to have evening clothes YesAnd for once in my life two pairs of suspenders a modest ambition but a gnawing one Would you believe ItT Before I left Bucks office he had hired me for a railroad man When ho asked me what I could do and I admitted a little experience In handling real es tate he brought his fist down on tho table and swore I should be his right ofway man How about the mining Whispering Smith waved his hand in something of the proud manner In which Bucks could wave his presi dential hand My business Bucks said need not interfere with that not in the least he said that I could do all the mining I wanted to and I the bavo done all the mining I wanted to But hero is the singular thing that happened I opened up my office hod had nothing to do hey didnt seem to want any right of way Just then I kept getting my check every month and wasnt doing a hands turn hut rid ing over the country and shooting Jackrabbits But Lord I love this country Did you know I used to be a cowboy In the mountains years ago Indeed I did I know It almost as well as you do I mined more or less in the meantime Occasionally I would go to Bucks you say you dunt know hlmTtoQ badand tell him candid ly I wash I doing a thing to earn my salary At such times ho would only ask me how I liked the Job and Whispering Smiths heavy eyebrows rose in mild surprise at the recollection One day when I was talking with him ho handed me a telegram from tho desert saying that a night operator at a lonely station had been shot and a switch misplaced and a train nearly wrecked fie naked me what I thought of it 1 discovered that the poor fellow had shot himself And In the end we had to put him in the insane asylum to saws him from the penitentiarybut that was where my trouble began It ended in my having to organize the special crvlto on the whole road to look after a Thousand and ono things that nobody else hadwell let ub say time or Inclination tp look after Fraud and theft and violence and all that sort of disagreeable thing Then one day the cat crawled out of I the boa What do you think That man who Is now president of this road had somewhere seen a highlycolored story about me In a magazine a ten cent magazine you know Ho had spotted mo the first tlmo I walked Into his office and told mo a long time afterward It was Just like seeing a man walk out of a book and that he had hard work to keep from falling on my neck Ho knew what ho wanted me for It was Just this thing I loft Chicago to got away from it and this is tho result It is not all that kind of thing oh nor When they want to cross a reservation I have a winter In Washington with our attorneys and dlno with old friends in tho White House and the next winter I may be on snowshoes chasing a band of rustlers I swore long ago I would do no more of Itthnt I couldnt and wouldnt But it is Bucks I cant go back on him lIe is amiable and I am soft lie says ho Is going to have a crown nnd harp for mo some day but I fancy that Is I havo an Intima tion that there will be a redhot pro teat at tho bar of heaven ho lowered his tone from a certain unmention able quarter when I undertake to put tho vestments on By the way I hear you are Interested in chickens Oh yes Ive heard a lot about you Bob Johnson over at Orovlllo has some pretty bantams I want to tell you about Whether he talked railroad or chick ens it was all one Dlcksle sat spoil bound and when he announced Si was halfpast three oclock and time to rouse Marion sho was amazed Dawn showed in the east The men eating breakfast in tents Were to be sent on a worktrain up a piece of Y track that led as near as they could be taken to where they were needed Tho train had pulled out when Dick sit Marlon McCloud and Whispering Smith took horses to got across to tho hills and through to the ranch house CHAPTER XX At the River They found tho rancbhouse as Marl on and Dlekslo had left It deserted Puss told them every ono was at the river McCloud did not approve Dick ales plan of going down to see her cousin first Why not let mo ride down and manage it without bringing you into it at allt ho suggested It can be done And after further dis cussion it was so arranged McCloud and Smith had been Joined by Dancing on horseback and they made their way around Squaw lake and across the fields Tho fog was rolling up from the willows at the bend Men were chopping In tho brush and McCloud and his com panion soon met Lance Dunning rid- Ing up tho narrow strip of sand that bold the river off the ranch McCloud greeted Dunning regard less of his amazement as it ho had parted from him tho day before How are you making It over hero ho asked We are In pretty good shape at the moment down below hind I thought I would rldo over to see If we could do anything for you This Is what you call pretty fair water for this part of the valley Isnt 1tZ Lance swallowed his astonishment This Isnt water McCloud this Is hell Ho took off his lint nnd wiped his forehead Well I call this white anyway and no mistake I do Indeed sir This Is Whispering Smith Isnt Itt Glad to see you at Crawling Stone sir Which served not only to surprise but to pleaso Whispering Smith Some of my men wero free con tinued McCloud I switched some mattresses and sacks around the Y thinking they might come in play hero far you at the bond They are at your service if you think you need them Need them Lance swore fiercely and from the bottom of his heart Ho was glad to got help from any quar ter and made no bones about It Moreover McCloud lessened the embarrassment by explaining that he had a per sonal Interest In holding the channel where it ran lest a change above might threaten the approaches already built to the bridge and Whispering Smith who would have been on terms with tho catfish if ho bad been flung Into the middle of tho Crawling Stone contributed at once like n reenforced spring to tho case of the situation Lance again took oft his bat and wiped the sweat of anxiety from his dripping forehead Whatever differ onccs of opinion I may have with your company I have no lack of esteem personally McCloud for you sir by heaven How many men did you bring And whatever wheels you Crawling Stone ranchers may have In your heads on the subject of Irrigation re turned McCloud evenly I have no lack of esteem personally Mr Dun ning for you I brought 1QO Do you want to take charge here Im frank sir you understand this gamo and I dont Suppose we look the situation over meantime all our supplies have to be brought across from the Y What should you think Mr Dunning of put L Ing all tho teams you can at that end of tho work t Every man that can be spared from the river shall go at it Come over lucre and look at oijr work and Judge for yourself They rode to whero tho forces as sembled by Lance wore throwing up embankments and rlprapplng There was hurried running to antI fro a vlo lent dragging about of willows and i good deal of shouting Dunning with some excitement watched McClouda face to note tho effect of the activity on him but Mo Clouds expression naturally reserved reflected nothing of his views on the subject Dunning waved his hand nt the lively scene Theyve been at if all night How many would you takt away sir You might take them all awny asyfar as the river Is concerned McCloud after a moment What Hell AIIT They aro not doing anything are they but running around In a circle And thoso follows over there might ni well bo making mud pies as riprap ping nt that point What wo need there Is a mattress and sandbags and pHnty of thorn Jill directed McCloud In an ovim tone of business us ho turned to Dancing see how Dlcksle Ordered Horses Saddled and Rode to the River quick you can get your gangs over hero with what sacks they can carry and walk fast If you will put your men on horses Mr Dunning they can help like everything That bank wont last n great while tho way tho river is getting under It now Dancing wheeled like an elephant on his bronco and clattered away through the mud Lance Dunning recovering from his surprise started his men back for the wagons and McCloud dlamountIing walked with him to the waters edge to plan tho fight for what was left of tho strip In front of the fieldsWhen nltaltJIWhispering Smith got to tho house ho was in good humor He Joined Dlcksle and Marlon In the dining room whore they were drink Ing coffee Afterward Dlekslo ordered horses saddled and the three rode to the river Up and down the bank as far as they could see In tho misty rain men wore moving slowly about more men it seemed to Dlcksle than she had ever soon together in her life I The contusion and the had disappeared No one nolaJhurry but over one had Jsledgesamong tho trees to hold the cables ol tho mattress that was about to bo sunk and the Japs who were diligent ly preparing to float and load It to tho men that worn filling and wheel ing tho sandbags no one appeared ex cited McCloud Joined the visitors for a few moments and then went back to where Dancing nail his men on life lines were guiding the mattress to It resting place In spite of the gloom of tho rain which Whispering Smith said was breaking Dlekslo rode back to tbo house In much bettor spirits with her two guests and when they camo from luncheon the sun as Smith hind predicted was shining Oh come out cried Dlcksle at the door Marion had a letter to write WhlnperlngSmiththing yoq say come true she de manded as sho stood In tho sunshine She was demure with llghlIienrted approvingly youhappybe a shame If it did anything else nt111mised last night You have forgotten already You said you would toll me why my leghorns nro eating their feathers off TO DE CONTINUED MoneyA makes his ROodIUsshe married him nnd raised It to 300 doesnthaveHew York Press Tm KEEPER- GOLDEN GAT IHYJJOPJ JTATQft Oft 7MC acorn Ciirr I W liEN tho sailor nears land his real troubles commence Strango as it may seem to tho landsman land Is tho sailors greatest moo ace especially when beset by fog Moro wrecks are caused by etrnndlngs Ithan by any other cause or by all either causes combined Hcnco tho continual effort ot gov ernments to better their systems of lighthouses fog signals and other aids to navigation San Francisco Is ono of tbo most admirably equipped seaports of the world in this respect and numberless nro tho wearied mariners who heave a sigh of relief when tho lights first of tho Faralloncs then of Point Do nlta and Fort Point como In sight nro picked up as tho sailor himself says or in case of thick weather their fog slgnas beard Glad too aro tidings ot a ships arrival that aro her aided by tho lookout of the San Fran cisco Merchants axchango stationed day and night in his little sentry box overlooking the Cliff house and Mile rock and tho sea for miles beyond Tho keepors of tho Fort Point light and of tau Merchants exchange signal station aro interesting characters They may well bo termed tho keep ers ot tho Golden gate For 30 years John Hyslop has been the lookout of tho Merchants ex change0lie is to the pgrt ot today what old Telegraph hill was to tho fortyniners With tho aid of his big telescope a finely adjusted Instrument costing thousands of dollars Hyslop con sight a vessel far out at sea and classify and name her while she Is yet miles away Ho knows every liner every steamer every ship every lum ber carrier every fishing boat every schooner that pastes lib post A look y at a vessels rigging is enough for him to Identify her and remember ho is a landsman or lacking that tho sound of her ffhlstlo or note of boll For I 30 years ho has trained his powerful telescope on tho ships ot 20 different countries Jim Rankin has been tho light house keeper at ort Post for 35 years ilia hair was brown when ho first entered tho Government service and undertook tho responsible task of warning vestals o tho rockbound shores ot tho Golden gate and guld ing them safely to tho commodious anchorago within Ho IK now grlz sled but his eye Is as keen and his J nerves as steady and his devotion to 1 duty as stern as a quarter of a con J tury ago In his period st service he has seen wondrous changes in tho maritime life ot San Francisco When a gale is on thero Is always an oil clad figure and a ruddy face under a lowered oilskin cap climbing tho stops from tho lighthouse tower to another ono Just opposite where a flaring mouthed trumpet hangs over tho rocks below Every 30 minutes the big lamp must bo visited Every 30 minutes the big machine which blows breath into tho steel and Iron lungs ot the hoarse voiced trumpet must bo examined and tested that It may bu ascertained if it is working to Its full capacity Tho duplicate ma chine which stands ready to take up the work should any part ot Its twin suddenly fall is kept In perfect condl don by dolly Inspection but it is sol dom called on to perform extra duty Changes as great as In tho topo graphical and architectural surround- Ings havo been observed by both Hy slop and Rankin In the maritime and commercial conditions of San Francisco bay during their long terms of service The decline in sailing tonnage and the increase of steam tonnage en tering and leaving tho port tho groat expansion of Pacific ocean trade and many other events have taken place In the last three decades Twenty big grain carrying vessels uettf to sail out tLu gate in a single week At the present time there are not that number in a year They have been replaced by tho big freighters each ot Thlch can carry as much grain as ten of the old timo sailing ships On the China rteamers a dozen passengers used to be registered as a fair list A China steamers passen her capacity is tested to tho utmost today by lists running as high aa 250 Ta1r 7MC fOXT PONT ISfftfrfOVSr names Perhaps a dozen sailing vessels pass through tho gate In a months tlmo Lookln out over tho bay in early days cno could perceive 30 or 40 sail In a glance Thirty years ago 1400 tons was considered good carrying power for a sailing vessel 3000 tons carrying capacity is the recognized standard now Three de cades ago a 2000 ton steamer was hold a first rater today anything smaller than 20000 tons Is hardly second class The Usplaccmcnt of tho sailing vea sups by steam propellers has about caused tho towboa business to pass out ot existence When every vessel has a smokestack towboats are no longer needed Occasionally a big ves sot will use ono in docking but the tow towboats remaining aro used mainly as fishing boats and are owned by two or three companies who employ 50 men or moro on the boats which usually work In pairs The great fishing nets 200 and 300 feet long aro dragged through the water by bcltu spread out between two oi tho boats attached to each boats stern In this wa fish aro caught by the ton The change from tho fa mlllar latoen sailed flahlng boats which used to bo uch a picturesque sight on the bay Is marked Fleets ot salllnt vessels passed through the Golden gate In tho early days Nearly all the coasting trade was carried on by means ot barks and ships Tho bay was fut ot two and three masted schooners in tho latter part of the 80s- Interesting indeed not only to the layman but oven to tho seafaring man supposed to bo familiar with them aro tho things told by Hyslop and Rankin these two woathorbealen friends of tho mariner Monotonous their life may seem but to tho marine world they aro men whoso duties ore ot vital importance to commerco Reliability and devotion to duty are personified In theca two guardians of tho Golden gateLUCY BAKER JEROM An Ungrateful Sufferer Steady nerves strength and gentle ness had all been Included In natures gift to Miss Harmon and she molls an excellent nurse But when she saw a patient in what she called tho glums she never failed to speak a few admonitory words Now seo hero she said In her clear pleasant voice ono morning to Squire Lathrop slowly recovering from an attack of gout which had been severe enough to send him to bed see hero I know youve had quite a siege but you Just look at some o your mercies square What for instance demanded the squire who knew her ways Miss Harmon bent an accusing gaze on him Take this bed for instance she said leave you thought how few thera aro that have the privilege ot being sick on a handsome black wal nut bedstead like yours an have their clean sheets taken out o such a mat hogany linenpress as youvo got 7 That ought to cheer you up some privtiegesjYouths BLUNDER OFSINGLE EMPLOYE Sends Seven Men To Death In a Head On Collision of Passenger agd Freight Trains Collinsvillo O Negligence on the part of a switchman sent six men into eternity at C oclock Friday afternoon when a Pennsylvania through passen ger train No 18 Chicago for Cincin anti running 05 miles an hour crash ed head on into a standing freight train on a siding hero The known dead Elmer Brown LogansiKHt Ind engineer on passen ger train E H Hatfleld Oreensfork Ind man clerk C A Johnson Eaton 0 mall clerk Louis Marshall Richmond Ind engineer on freight train O 0 Raines Kokomo Ind mall clerk E A Webb Richmond Ind fireman on passenger train unidentified mali Tho freight train Chicago bound had entered the sidnFto allow the passenger train to pass The switch ahead leading back to tho main lino had been lets open by ono of the crow of a preceding Chicago bound train and no ono on tho illfated train noticed it until halt a minute before the crashIt said by Wallace II Hermann of Hamilton who was driving through Collinsvillo at the time that ho saw a trainman dashing up tho track toward tho switch in question Hermann says the man was swinging a lantern frantically Ho tried evidently to get to the switch before the passenger hit it but ho did not have time Tho flyer tore through the switch at an ap palling speed and when it hit tho standing locomotive it seemed as if both engines rose on end Then they settled and rolled over on their sides Not a passenger sustained serious injury Soveral were cut by flying glass and Jolted by being hurled from their scats however In the mall car of tho passenger train three lives were sunffcd out Charles A Johnson and Oscar O Raines were killed outright Bert H Hatfiold was burled under tim bers and the rescuers literally had to chop him out of tho debris He died soon afterward Baggageraaster J W Kcaner of Logansport Ind and Ex press Agent G T Schreber of Rich mond Ind escaped with slight injuries Adding to the horror of tho scene tho mall car in which the three clerks wero Injured fatally caught fire Citi sons of Collinsvillo and trainmen work ed desperately to save tho bodies from tho flames and succeeded by a narrow margin only With buckets of water the fire finally was extinguished tho rescuers forming a brigade A quan tity of mall In the car was damaged by the fire Tho force of the collision was so great that the engines were de molished The wreckage of freight cars was strewn along tho track The baggage and mall cars were telescoped and tho express and smoking cars derailed Relief trains arrived an hour after tho collision from Richmond IndColllnsvlllo Is about 25 miles south east of Richmond ma- dHEADLESS BODY Of Youth and Corpse of His Mother Found In the Ruins of Their Burned Home Baltimore MdAbout midnight at Medley the house occupied by Mrs Edward Reid a widow and hoY son Oscar Reid aged 21 years burned Tho headless body of the son was found at a point where the hall had stood nnd tho charred body of thu mother was found whore her bed hall been Blood stains 4ere traced to and into the barn There the sons hat was found with a hole In the crown Tho theory Is robbery and murder It is believed tho young man was mur tiered at the barn and dragged to the house and that tho house was then set on fire to hide the crime The Reids who came from Texas were said to have considerable gold which they kept In the house Mr Reid died three years ago A daugh ter Mrs Lucy Trotter lives In Colum Bus 0- Many Lives Destroyed By Earthquake Quetta India Great havoc was wrought In Beluchlstan and the west ern portion of the Junjab by Thurs days earthquake Tho villages of Maknnbela Tanio Kanda and Kuranl were almost entirely destroyed and hundreds of lives wero lost MARKETREPORTS TCincinnati Oct 1CnttleExtra 6400650 CalvesExtra 8250850 HORS Choice 760 3 765 Sheep Extra 4UO Lambs Extra 650 FlourSprIng patent 5COW 580 WheatNo 2 red 123125 ComNo2 mixed C2V4c Oats No 2 mixed 42c RyeNo 2 choice 7678c Hay Choice timothy 1525 1550 Butter Dairy 23c Eggs Per doz 24c Apples Choice 370- J4 PotatoesPer brl 17502 Tu bacco Burley S60015 Chicago Oct 21WhentNo 2 red 120H0 I22YJ CornNo2 mix ed 61eOatsNq 2 mixed 40a Pork Prime mess J237C024 Lard Prime 12551257V4 Louisville Oct 21WhoatNo 2 red 1230125 CornNo 2 mixed 62c OatsNo2 mixed 41Hc Hay Choice timothy 1525 Hogs Extra 7350750 Lard Prime 1255 Indianapolis Oct 21Cattle Prime 5600570 HogsExtra 749 7SO Sheep Extra U Paula Prisoner The Voyage Sunday School Ltiioa for Oct 31 1909 Specialty Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXT Acts 27124 Memory verses 2224- GOLDEN TEXTCommlt thy way unto the Lord trust aho In him and he shell bring It to paPa 375 TIMESummer and autumn of A D K or G- OPLACEQn the Mediterranean sea on the way to Flora- eSuggestion and Practical Thought The voyage of life illustrated by Pauls voyage toward Rome 1 The Voyage on a Peaceful Sea From Cesarea to CreteVs 113 The ships After it was determined to send Paul to Romo under military escort the first thing was to find a ship There was probably very little direct commerce between Cesarea and Rome and hence they embarked in a trading vessel which coasted north ward along the shores of Palestine to Sid on and around the eastern point of Cyprus past Clllcla and Tarsus and part of Pamphylla to Myra In Lycla near tho southwest anglo of Asia Minor The second ship was a large Egyptian merchantman loaded with grain from Alexandria The ships company Included Paul and other prisoners Luke who writes the account note the we in tho story Arlstarchus an old friend of Paul who was one of the committee that accompanied Paul to Jerusalem with the collection for the poor Acts 204 Capt Julius with a guard of soldiers from the Augustan band besides we know not bow many other passengers and the crow The Peaceful Voyage They sailed westward It took them several days to reach the port Cnldus on a penin sula at the extreme southwest point ot Asia Minor although the distance is only 130 miles The sailing was still difficult and they put Into a harbor called Fair Havens on the southern coast oi Crete Here they walnted for pleasanter weather But it was late in the season and rough stormy weather must bo expected to prevail Paul all vised them to remain at Fair Ha vens till spring opened lauls advice was good but it Is not strange that experienced seamen should not regard very highly the opinion of a scholarly landsman 2 Storm Tossed on a Wintry Sea Vs 1426 There aroso against It- T 14 tho ship a tempestuous wind typhonlc tempestuous like a whirlwind a hurricane a typhoon a cyclone 15 When the ship was caught A very strong expression implying that tho wind seized hold of the ship as it were and whirled her out of her course Wo let her drive R V wo gave way to it and were driven before the wind 18 The next day they the sailors lightened the ship The 1m perfect denotes that they began to lighten tho ship set about it by throwing out some ot the cargo not the precious wheat which was thrown overboard later v 38 19 Cast out with our own hands that is of the passengers as well as of the crew the tackling tho fur nlture ot the ship its fittings and equipment anything movable lying on the deck upon which the passen gers could lay their hands such as tat bles beds chests and the like 20 When neither sun nor stars appeared Wo have to remember that before the invention ori the compass the sun and stars wero the only guides of sailors who wero out ot sight of land All hope was then at last henceforth IOta ken away Tho Vision of Cheer Now Paul comes to the front the only one in the whole ship who could bring a message of hope The reason for his assurance follows An nngel came to him with a message from God as Jesus bad appeared to his disciples In the tempesttossed boat on the Sea of Galileo The message was that he wquld be saved because he v 24 must be brought before Caesar as God had promised him before Acts 2311 Pauls safety was as sure as Gods promise The promise had been obscured before this but It had shone out again through rifts in the clouds God hath given thee all thorn that sail with thee Doubtless Paul prayed earnestly for the safety of those who were In the ship with him and their lives were granted in answer to his prayers The good man is never selfish even in his prayers The Port to Which We Should Sa- ilA statesman declares that The first requisite ot one who would have a successful lire as of the pilot tras- hip Is a knowledge ot its goal No helmsman however skilled in handling a wheel or experienced in seamanship would be trusted to guide a vessel unless be knew and could specify In which direction it should go A knowledge Ot the goal of nations is the first essential of statesmanship and also of manhood and womanhood The Riches of Christ The great apostle appreciating the riches of Christ said they were his treasure Appreciating his own infirmities he said that he held the treasure in an earthen vessel yet he dared In that earthen vessel to car ry the treasure of the Gospel over all the world We may not be brit liant we may not be men of genius we may have manifold inflmitles the very best we may have may be an earthen vessel but let us fill that with the treasure of the GospelRev Henry Clay Trumbull 3 s 1885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEQ PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS x Dlaces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign coanlries Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others liko c himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress s Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management otc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loam and Earn l ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life a CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees I ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The i highest educational standards W NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to Sth grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclassk l certificate Following years winter and spring terms givo the Information s culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with nay course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymalting Institution All tho money rec- eIved from students is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protectrthe character and reputation of the young people Our students the best families and aro earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of hoarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train log and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it Is expected that all will have a chanco to earn as much as 35 cents a week Somo who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar aweek PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Borea favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro nnecessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work 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term Installments are as follows o- rFALLU weeks 2950ln one payment 2900tInstallment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle of term 945- WINTERt2 weeks 2900rin ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle of term 900- SPRINGSO weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle of term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examS nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac tion of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf ot tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re celve a certificate for onehalf tho Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the stir dent in person or a brother or sister If terms The first day of Fall term is September 15 1309iThe first day ot Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term is March 30 1910 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA i t l That Premium Knife takes the eyes of tho men and boys who eee it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 76 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and 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 125 That brings in ubscriptions all the Urns If you haTe not got it you ought to have 1- R rtv L P l r j Teachers Department HELPS HINTS PROBLEMS Prot C D Lewis and Prof E C Seale Editors f R Talk With Teachers No6 I By ProC CD Lewis DiOl daya are coming on now and r Is well to bring now clcmenta In ito school work as often as possible You may find It Interesting to the pupils If In the placo of a Fourth l Grado reading lesson or for a morn lng talk to tho wholo school you tell the children the story given below It is true and ot the greatest value to the farmers ot tho country It thru the medium of tho children you can got the Idea given axed In the minds of tho parcnto you will In tho one act havo earned your salary for six monthsA of Workers and What They Make How many of you children have seen your mothers make biscuits All of you have of course You know that she takes flour lard soda and sour milk and mixes them together and makes lovely light biscuits which just melt In your mouth Would you like to eat tho flour or lard or soda alone Of course you would not They are not fit to eat until they aro all put together in just the right way Now I want to tell you a story of a great city of wonderful little workers who are busy making food not for boys and girls but for plants out of things which they cannot eat until they are put together These are very small cities but the little people who live in them are so tiny that mil lions of them live In a single one no larger than a pin head This may seem a very strange story but you can see the cities and some day you may do as I have done see the little people moving a about by looking through a microscope If you will take a spade Into a clover field where the ground is soft and carefully dig up a clover plant and shake the soil from its roots you will see small white bumps some not so large as a pin head others many times larger upon the roots These are the little cities The tiny people which live In them are couldIliethis page and they are just little rods shaped like a piece of your lead pencil 2 Inches long Yet they are alive and grow and eat and work and their work Is what I am to tell you about Plants must have food to eat as f we must We eat bread and butter and meat and milk and cannot live t upon just one kind of food Neither can plants One of the foods which they must lave Is nitrogen but they cannot eat It alone It must be mix ed with another substance called oxygen as your mothers mixed dltCerentIthings together to make The air is made of nitrogen and oxygen but the plants cannot mixl them together Only the little 1 ple in the bumps which you find on the clover roots know how to do this They take these two things from the air and put them together and then give them to the clover tp use for food To pay them for this tho cover holds them in place and carries them all the water they need l This Is a very great help for the clover for the little trappers catch all tho nitrogen from the air which It can possibly use For this reason clover can grow well on soil which Is too poor to raise other crops These little workers do not only on for the Wheat in the Monntains CLARK WILSON ft t How many farmers last spring and summer bad to buy flour Doesnt it go pretty Lard with a poor man to buy flour at ninety nlnetyflvo cents and a dollar n sack As I am a mountain farmer I know about th3 scarcity of money and how difficult it Is to get hold of some times Thero Is not a farmer In the moun tains of who cannot rata wheat and raise enough to do him it ho only will go at it In the right way The average mountain farm Is capable of twenty bushels ot wheat to tho acre It It Is put Inr as It ought to bo fa there ono among you who cannot sparo tho time In the fall to sow four or fly acres of wheat This much If cown well ought to mako enough to 1 gro upon tho roots of the clover but upon the roots of all of Its relatives Some of these are the cow pea the vetch tho soy bean common peas and beans the locust tree and a num ber of other plants Will you not hunt for the little cities on these cou sins of the cluver The tiny nitrogen gatherers which make food from the air aro a great blessing to the farmer When the clover or the cow pea or alfalfa are plowed down and allowed to rot lathe soil the food which they had grown upon and which Is stored In them U left In the soil for other plants to feed upon Many Ihrmers spend large amounts of money each year In buying fertiliz er This Jerlltlzer Is food for plants just the Mime as brCt1 Is food for children II has nitrogen in It com bined vJth things so that the plants may lake it up thruogh their roots for food Some of this comes from the blood and bone and waste material I obtained from tho great slaughterhouses some from liiindr In tho I ocean where birds have in great numbers roosted for thousands years and some from the dry beds ofI lakes in Chill whero it was left when they dred up But why should your fathers pay for this food or let their corn or oats or garden starve for lack it nitrogen when the little people In the cities on tho roots of clover and cow peas are always ready to gather all they can from the air and give it to us Did you ever notice how dark green tho corn on the new ground or the garden Is while that growing on the poor land Is slim and yellow The dark green corn has hall plenty of nitrogen to eat the yellow corn Is starving for It Will you not watch to see the yel low fields of corn and tell tho farmers that the little people on the roots of peas and clover are ready to catch the nitrogen for him and make It into food for his crop to grow upon just as his wife can make the flour soda lard and milk Into biscuits if lie will but let them HARD PROBLEMS By Prof E C Seale Problem No7 PROBLEMWhat Is the shortest distance which a fly wouldbe requir ed to crawl in going from the lower corner to the dlagonaly opposite up per corner of a room 15 feet square and 10 feet front floor to ceiling An Answer How many feet of Inch board board measure will to required to make a cublal box com plete with lid It the box contains one gallon liquid measure ANSWER Slnco the diagonal is equal to the square root of the sum of the squares of three sides of the I cube Then 1 3 square equals 9 sum of sq ares of three sides 2 13 of 9 equals 3 square cf ono side of cube 3 Square root of 3 1732 inches length of one side of cube 4 1732 square 29998 square in one sldo of cube 5 6x29993 equals 179988 square Inchea whole surface of cube Therefore 179988 square inches sur faco of cubeJoseph Meadows Torrent INTENSIVE FARMING Articles Mountain FarmingScience Fathers Conducted By F O CLARK Raising something Kentucky producing PROBLEM Timely last any common family a year Wheat la a plant which takes nearly the same fertility from the soil as corn Therefore we must be care ful not to crow wheat and corn two years In succession on tho eame field It does not hurt the soil so much tot raise two wheat crops In succession as does to ralso two corn crops but neither Is advisable unless you apply plenty of fertilizer to the soil each year In plowing the ground for sowing wheat is where wo farmers miss the mark a great deal We sow tho wheat down then plow it under with a bulltongue or double shovel plow I can prove to you that this is not tho best way to sow wheat or lacy other seed You must first pow tho ground turn It with a turning plo If pOJSiDio or If tno laud la tell bleep plow it up deep with a bulltongue After the land Is plowed harrow it WE PAY TOP PRICES For all country produce We want clean eggs and old hens especially EPOT STREET GOTT BROS 1 1 3 thoroughly this will pulverize the soil so that tho dirt will fall In close to the seed and as a result it will come up much quicker When the ground Is thoroughly harrowed then sow the wheat abd harrow It In The two stirrings with the harrow will make tho sell mellow and tho result will be a better and Quicker start of the young wheat This pulverizing ot the soil wilt help to hold the moisture so that If there Is a long dry fall the young wheat will not suffer so much for I I waterThere is another reason for harrow Ing the wheat land It Is to make tho soil more smooth and compact so that the winter freezes cannot heave the wheat out of the ground For example a wheat stalk is growing among some clods In this case when the freeze i lifts the wheat up many roots are broken On the other hand where the sail Is smooth fewer roots are broken and the wheat will settle down and grow after the ground is thawed Of course this is all extra work to what we have been accustom ed to doing But nevertheless it will pay us at threshing time Putting stable manure on wheat is something we mountain farmers scarcely ever practice This is where we loose out Wheat needs lots of nitrogen and thls nltrogen Is abundan In stable manure such as every moun tain farmer has banked up In his barn at this time ot year The time to apply manure to wheat land Is in the late fall Wheat does not need so much manure as corn because the manure will give It a rank growth of stalk as well as head and the consequence I will be a blowing down just before harvesting time Applying manure in the fall will give it a good start before cold weather then It will be less liable to freeze out How many of you have a lot of old log piles and brush piles in your wheat field It you have any such now is the time to haul them to the wood yard Our small farms are too valuable to be littered up by old rotten stumps logs brush heaps and log piles let us drag them out and raise wheat where they were they occupy valuable land There little things seem unworthy to mention but they certainly are worth doing How much better it is to plow across the field without hitting a single stump logpile or rock pile than to always be hindered by them Farming Is one of the best occupations man can take up and we mountain farm ers can make our work much easier and much more enjoyable if wo will only study our business keep the old farm In trim and never let public work and stave hauling Interfero with our work Will the readers of The Citizen try to apply some of the Ideas In these articles Some cf the farmers have gotten suggestions from Tho Citizen which will make them more prosperlous and their I farms richer All of you who sow wheat If you have not already sown try harrowing the ground before you sow the wheat then harrow the whea In and all of you when your wheat gets two or three inches high I spread a thin coat of Pulverized manure over It and I assure you that you will not have to be bother ed with buying White Pearl and Bob- White flour next year Clark Wilson Amity Needed to Bind Shakespeare The amity that wis dom knits not folly may easily untie NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from First rage none but his equals and carefully examines tho color ot a mans face before he claps t THE VAMPIRE OF TilE SOUTH One of the most wonderful discoI verleo In modern Pathology of recent times is described by Marlon Hamllttnf Carter In McClures magazine under the title The Vampire of the South The Vampire Is described as u strange Intestinal parasite known cs the hookworm which absorbs and poisons the blood and which is found to be the cause of that debility char acteristic of the poor white population of the South The importance of this discovery Is Incalulable It is estimated that there are scattered over the Atlantic Seaboard two million of these poor whites suffering with anemia and not knowing that ho is suffering from the hookworm And now a brilliant Phlladelphlan has found a cure From 15 to 75 cents worth of two cheap drugs thymoll and Epsom salts will cure dinary case The doctor bill will be only two million dollars and the South will be cured and will take her place in industrial and agricultural pros perityVESUVIUS ACTIVE The eruption of Mount Vesuvius which became al armingly active last Thursday has be gun to decrease Villages around the volcano are filled with strangers gathered to witness the phenomena I ESKIMO CONFIRMS COOKIn a statement made at Toledo Ohio Dr Cook said the statement of Knud Ras mussen that Dr Cook surely reached the north pole Is a valuable aid to the establishment of proof of his dis covery of the pole Rasmussens state T I I ment is to the effect that Dr Cooks claims are fully born out by inform ation which the Danish explorer se cured among the Eskimos Dr Cook read the statement for the first time Thursday when he stopped in Toledo bcwecn trains TEN KILLED IN EXPLOSION Ten men are dead ten are Injured and one Is missing as a result of an explosion In Mine No 10 of the Rock Island Coal Co at Hartshomo Okla The mew aro believed to have gone beyond a dead lino with lighted lamps In entering the mine the lamps Igniting the gas CRISIS AT MADRID Tho Spanish Cabinet under tho premiership of Antonio Moura resigned Oct 21st as u result of tho bitter attacks made against the government by Morct Y Pendegrast representing a powerful opposition At a conference with King Alphonso Premier Maura told tho King that In the face of the state ment ol the opposition that they would refuse to discuss oven the most urgent measure ho had no option but icslgn Upon receipt of tho resig nation of the Premier and his members i Morot Y Pendergast undertook to form a new Cabinet MRS BEAUCHAMP PROTESTS In the National Convention of the Wo mans Christian Temperance Union at Omaha Mrs Frances Beauchamp of Lexington Ky protested against tho proposition to indorse the action of the Nebraska division in the stand for county option Mrs Beauchamp spoke disparagingly of tho Anti Saloon League In Kentucky and Indicated that she was suspicious of all such organizations The convention despite these protests indorsed the position taken by the W C T U of NebraskaPRESIDENT REACHES ST LOUIS Pres Taft left Texas Sunday after spending nine days In that state for his trip down the river to Now Orleans to attend the Deep Waterways Asso ciation From New Orleans the Prcs will go directly to Washington arriving Nov 10th- ACCUSED OF MURDERING SIS TERS Pttrlck and James were arrested In Kansas 1IclahonI Tuesday and held in the murder of Margaret Van Iloyon and Rose McMahon sisters of the McMahon Their arrest followed a visit to tho Van Roycn farm whore tho officers unearthed a revolver and a quantity of jewelry CHILDREN BURN Flvo children all Inmates of a nursery at Lynchburr Va were burned to death In a fire which destroyed Shelton College nI home for girls of the Virginia Synod I Presbyterian Orphan Homo The chil dren were all on tho second floor wing of the building and they were caught by tho fire in a manner that made rescue impossible PRINCE ITO SLAIN Prince Ito the Bismark of Japan formerly I President General of Korea and the man who more than any other has helped his country rise from barbar ism to her present eminent position was shot down at tho railroad station at Harbin Manchuria by a Korean who had followed him there for the 1 express purpose of killing him Tho motive of the assassin was political and personal revenge True Nine times out of ten when a wom an nags a man theres a reason for It EXTRACTS FORM LETTER TO NEWSPAPERS That tho growers the community and county In which they live as well as every business interest of the state have been greatly benefited by tho growers organization you must ad mitThat the 1909 pool is a still greater benefit and a more complete success is evidenced by the price at which tobacco outsiderof the pool is being bought by the Independent Manufac turers commission warehouso com panies and speculators It Is positive assurance that the Burley Tobacco Society backed as it is by at least CO per cent of the growers of Burley tobacco Is now In position to demand and receive fair uud emaneratlve prices for the tobacco owned by Its membersThe price of 14 to 15 cents per pound now being paid for unpooled tobacco is In itself an admission that the growers In the Burley pool are in a position to sell their tobacco at a substantial advance over the prices named for unpooled tobacco Would a speculator pay 15 cents per pound for tobacco In the barnto bacco not yet cured and In some cases tobacco ho has never seenIl ho were not fully convinced that the Burley Society pool would enable him to sell It at an advanced price Would a manufacturer pay tho same price for Individual crops If ho were not sure that he would be com pelled to pay more for the pooled to bacco later onT Just how much he will have to pay for tho pooled tobacco depends en tirely upon the length of time tho purchase of the pooled tobacco Is de layedNo specified price has been set on the pooled tobacco It is in the hands tf the Burley Tobacco Society to sell 7 to the best advantage Tho price of pooled tobacco will bo governed by tho price set by trade on outside to baccoIt la evident that the trust consider 15 cents per pound a smaller price than It will havo to pay for pooled tobacco otherwlse It would not touch It for there Is no doubt but that every pound of tobacco produced In 1909 will be needed by the manufacturers before another crop Is grown Tho Burley Tobacco Society has the advan tage of knowing this condition exists You nice know that the large crop grown this year were It not for tho pool of tho Burley Tobacco Society the cry of over production would rut the price down to less than 8 cents per pound for have not tho Independent manufacturers In their suits against the Burley Tobacco Society asked the United States Courts to rule that Burloy tobacco Is worth only 8 cents and that any sum above that IsI excessive charge The larger portion of tho credit for the slocoso of the pool next to the farmers themselves Is due to the loyalty of tho country press in tho Burley District Every aero of tobacco pooled be fore the 20th Instant exerts a doublet length In that It takes from the enemy and adds to the struggling rcpises May wo not depend upon your loyal support end best efforts during these closing days when your support means GO much for Utt uplifting of tho people Your truly Press Committee Burley Tobacco Society BACK SEAT FOR MATHUSELAH If the concluolons at which tho Jewish World arrives aro true then Methuselah who has for all these centurion held the record for being the oldest man must step down and out and hand over the palm to some of the gentleman of more modern dates The paper above mentioned remarks that there has always been a grave doubt In the minds of men among them come literal believers as to the great length to which men are said to have lived In olden times as recorded in tho Bible It II sur mised ll says that in those early times the month the period of a moon cycle was called a year thus making tho 930 years accredited to Adam really about 7U years as they aro measured today And tho ago of Methuselah would stand about 73 years After the month year there came tho fivemonth year the limit of five being derived from tho fingers of tho hand all primitive people have used the fingers as a basis for counting Oa tho fivemonth year basis Abrahams 175 years would be about 72 and Isaacs ISO about 71 rho Jewish World thinks that oxi cure for this rearrangement is found I In tho pialmlota limit of life to three score years and ton and It Is maintained that between the times of Noah and David no such extraordlnar chango could have taken place as to reduce tho life of man by eleven twelfths THE MARKET Prices 1 Ilerea per lb l + fEggsButter per Ib JOe BACON I Salt Sides 14tfc Breakfast Bacon 22a I Premium Bacon 24c j HAMSCountry 16 23c Premium iTo Fryers on foot 8e per lbxtliens on foot Sc per lb Pi Feathers per Ib 35e J Hay 12 per top y Corn 80c per bu Wheat per bu 60cJl00 Cracked corn 195 per 100 IbsIWheat screening 130 per Ship stuff J130 per 100 Ibs Ties No 1 U 4f N 8Hx7x9v46c culls 20c Live Stock I Louisville Oct 18 1909 CATTLE Beef steers and fat heifers 3 00 6 00 Cows 3 10 4 65 Cutters 180 316 i Canners 70 2 00 Bulls 1 80 4 05 Feeders 3 30 4 65 kJlStockers 2 05 4 30 Choice milch cows 35 00 42 Common to fair 15 00 35 00ICattle market very dull CALVES Best 7 00 7 BO Medium 600 600aCommon 240 6 00 HOGS 165 Ibs and up 7 70 130 to 165 lbs 7 20 7 30 Pigs B 50 660 Rougha C90 down SHEEP Best lambs 6 00 6 CO Butcher lambs 4 25 4 75 Culls 8 00 4 00 Best fat sheep 400 down MESS PORK 1350 HAMS Choice sugar cured HuhlS and special cure ISftc and 16c heavy to medium 14c BREAKFAST BACON 17c SIDES 14e- BELLIES 17c SHOULDERS 14c DRIED BEEF 12c LARD Pure tierces 12c tub 13c pure leaf tierces 12a firkins 14c keys 13c geese 6- cBUTTERPackiog 21c Elgin creamery 60 Ib tubs 33c prints Sic EGOS Cose count 20J3c POULTRY Hens 13c rooaten1o cprlngers 16 to 17c ducks So tur keys 13c geese 6c WHEAT No 2 red 106 No3 ft OATSNew No 3 white 42c No 2 mixed 40c CORN No 2 whit 73o No S six e1 73c RYE No 2 Northern 80c Mere Details Life Insurance AgentId like to write you up a policy If you havent all the life Insurance you think you need Cholly Knickerbocker Youll havo to see my valet old chop he attends to all such matters dontchcrknow Dont Do This You dont want to spend allof your time in a hot stuffy kitchen The Mothers Oats Free Fireless Cooker brings you freedom from the tyranny of the stove As soon asyour food reaches the boiling point you take it off the fire and put it in the Fireless Cooker You can forget all about dinner until your appetite reminds you that you want it We give the Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker away freeAto users of Mothers Cerealsthe bent made of all foods i- iThey are- Mothers Oat regular and family sizes Mother Court Pearl Hominy i Mother Corn Meal white or yellow Mother Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mother Wheat Hearts the cream of Oatmeal the wheat Mother Old Fashioned Graham I Mothers Homlnr Grits Flour Mother Corn Flakes tasted Ask your grocer If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us giving his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MORE OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTIItR ONe CONCERN APRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSDURCII ALDANY CT LOUIS I Y C r I I f r AT I af t COYLES YOU PAY LESSOR GET MOREI l- J L 1yTHE NEWEST IN DRESS GOODS WAIST SILKS SCARFS KID GLOVES GOLF GLOVES MUFFLERS AND BELTS i soooooooolotlo 4ololelcloleloleiolaleNlololI Berca and Vicinity 0 o o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o wolololoeololioofofoiooololoooooaolosooo 0 tDR BEST I DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE I eft N TIME TABLE NORTH BOUND Knoxvllle 630 L m 1100 jf m BEREA 129 p m 400 L m Cincinnati 610 p In 765 a m SOUTH BOUNDLocal Cincinnati 630 L m 825 p m BEREA 1112 L m 1225 p m Knoxville 700 p m 660 L m EXPRESS TRAINS Stop to let oft or take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 816 L m BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 436 p m Cincinnati 835 p m TO LOAN Money on good security Apply this office Mss Dora Ely was with homo folks over Saturday and Sunday from Red Houre whore she la teaching For the beat and whitest flow in Berea go to R J Eagle Mr and Mrs A P Golden returned last Thursday from n visit to their daughter Mrs Charles Coylo at Mlt chell Ind A REWARD will bo paid UTthe per son returning to this offlco an alli gator card caaer Mlsa Stella Adams was at homo at tho last of tho week for a short time I FOR BALE Small Soda Fountain in good condition Apply to J J Grecnleaf Asoltmee Richmond Ky Mica Sarah Ely la spending a week or two In Boron before returning to i0 her work at Richmond Mr J M Early Is homo for a visit with his family FOR SALE Houso and lot on Jef ferson Street Now five room dwell- Ing Mrs Sallie Fowler Mr and Mrs Will Haley are the I proud parents of a little son born to thorn last Thursday Will Lowen left Monday for Okla homa whero he expects to work this winter Mrs Nettle Mann was called from her home In Cleveland 0 last week on account of the illness of her sls ter Mrs Carl Hunt who underwent n serious operation Saturday Is doing i very nicely now FOR SALE Three lots at tho t and of Elder Ave Bores Ky Will be sold separately or as a whole It will pay you to write for prices at r once Address James M Racer 9601 Macon Ave Cleveland Ohio t Mrs Walker mother of Miss Myrna has been 111 In the hospital but is recovering z By using ZARINGS PATENT ft FLOUR you save half the work and all the worry It makes the bests Cokes Pies and Biscuit Tell your merchant you want ZARINGS PAT ENT FLOUR Miss Mabel Brackcr of Hlllsdale 111 Is vlsltng her brother E M D Brack or at Boono Tavern Mr J H Arnold of tho U S De partments of Agriculture Is hero study Ing agricultural conditions TO LOANMoney on good security Apply this office Mr H L Howell of Gadsden Ala was tho guest of Mr and Mrs W H Porter soverai days of last week Mrs Jno Calfccs father and moths are visiting her Dr Charles Gould who has been visiting here for several weeks loft for the North Wednesday night HU wife and children will remain hers for some time Mr R G Ramsey who has beer visiting here for the last six weeks will return to his home at Flat River Mo on Thursday and be accompanies by his son Charley Ramsey and fam ily who will mako their home there The Matrons Meeting In Ladles hat Parlor will be held on Saturday Nov 13 at 2 p m All mothers and other matrons having charge of student girls are cordially invited by the Council of the Dean of Women Mrs T J Osborne Secy Tho Rev R L Brandenburg who for tho last year and a halt has most successfully filled the pastorate of tho Baptist Church has resigned to accept a very flattering call to tho First flap test Church at Wauchula Fla This Is a splendid church and a field of great promise The many friends whom the Brandenburgs have made hero will greatly miss them when they leave which will be near Christmas and the Citizen joins In wishing them the best of success In their now home and hoping that the church may find an rlhor as able and beloved When tho dust Is on the counter And the cobwebs on tho shelf and theres no one in the store but your own disheartened Bolt nnd your stock Is getting shelfworn and everything looks stale and bills enough are com ling in to make a banker pale Oh tho time a fellow Is feel la kind o blue and Is puzzled with tho thought I of tho proper thing to do In such a situation but one remedy applies If you want to get the customers youve got to advertise WANTED 1000 Salesmen to travel Wo Insure 75 per month It instruc tions are followed We want honorable mea from21 to CO years of age who are able to furnlch their own rig good territory for the right men We moan business For further information call on or address J Reid Corncllson Waco Kentucky COMBINATION SALE On Saturday Oct 30th at 2 p m wo will at the corner of Main and Center Streets Berea soil to tho highest bidder any stock or other property which any bno may wish to dispose ofW P Prowltt Auctioneer How Indeed Without big words how could many eopla say small thlngsSmlth S Beautiful Chinaware Golden Iridescent ware Lovely Gold banded 4 and genuine needle etched glass ware and anything under the sun in 5 and 10cent goods at MRS EARLY S TIfY mtT oeoe acaC8o n e College Items o 0 e HERE AND THERE i- orolooloioooooiotlo o 0 Carl Kirk Is In town Prof J W Rains was in Louisville last Friday and Saturday Ralph Patln was In Cincinnati last week on business II M Washburn was in town a few days last week on business The Student Volunter Band will hold aa open meeting Sunday morning at 830 oclock In tho East Room at Ladles Hall to discuss tho Volunteer Conference to be held at Rochester N Y tho first of the Now Year All persons interested are cordially invit ed to bo present Dr Payne of Eastern Kentucky Nor mal School at Richmond gave a short talk In chapel Monday morning tell ing us how much Berea is appreciat ed outside of the state At the close of tho chapel exercises Norman Imrle led the student body in a number of I college yellsIMisses Eastman and Barker friends of Mist Corwin of Cleveland Ohio are taklg a short vacation in Berea I George Lampo was called to his home In Cincinnati last week by the Illness of his brother It Is feared that ho will not bo able to return Pros and Mrs Frost returned Tuesday noon from the East where ho has I been for some months and she recent ly went on business Pres Frost is Bcmowhat better but is attending only I to the most pressing duties and is preparing for a prolonged absence H will bo here about two weeks A convocation meeting was held Tuesday nlgnt I FOR SALEHouse and lot in Berea Ky east end of Jackson St i House Is two stories has five rooms four large closets and in good condi tlon There Is about an acre of ground a good well 60 feet dbep a new cistern trees and outbuildings This is cheap at 1600 cash Write to II M Shouse Marksburg Ky FOR SALEI am leaving Kentucky and will sell 74 acres good land on Wallaceton Pike good house and barn with water near the house and three I good orchards Ellhu Blcknell I 13t Paint Lick Ky FIRES All fires are either caused by accident or design and by calling the at tention of the public to the most pre valent causes of accidental fires we may perhaps decrease their number and thereby lessen the fire waste Carelessness in some form Is the cause of nearly all accidental fires and one of the worst forms Is care lessness with matches Many tires can bo traced directly to matches being dropped around stables or other build- Ings or left in clothes which have been hung away in some closet I Matches dropped around stables are likely to be Ignited by stock stepping on them or by rots and mlco carrying them to their nests A large num ber of barn fires originate In this way Many fires are caused by English sparrowa carrying these matches to their nests whero they Ignite The the ory that rats and mice carry matches to their nocta and Ignite them has ceased to be a subject of debate much lew ridicule More fires are caused by the careleec use of matches than any other form of carelessness and In thesQ days when every one seems to carry them and when the loss of property has reached such Immense proportion special attcntloln should b called to the matter and the substl tutlon of cafoty matches should be encouraged these matches can only be ignited by striking on the box and are comparatively sate The carelessness of smokers of to bacco in throwing away cigar stubs and emptying pipes set fire to about 2000 buildings every year in the Unite States Smoker fire a still great er number of buildings by their care loacnesa with matches They become thoughtless In the details of their habits striking a match and twirling It burning stick away unconsciouslyII More than halt of dwelling houses start in the kitchen of from sparks from the kitchen flue The cook stove gets no summer vaca tion It is always fed too much and the wood of the floor and wall near It In runny houses Is not protected from Its heat A kitchen stove stan din three feet from a bare wooden wall or partition may set it afire If the wall Is covered with a sheet of tin zinc or iron it Is sate to place the stove v thln a foot of It but not nearer The chcet of metal Is useless It tack ed against the wall It must be held away halt an Inch so air behind It can carry away the heat Another cauoo of fire loss is thei Dont Worry If you arc sick dont worry but begin at once to make yourself well To do this wo but repeat the words of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ills when we say I TAKE CARD UiJ It Will Help You For 50 years this wonderful female remedy has been benefiting sick women Mrs Jennie Merrick of Cambridge City Ind says I suffered greatly with female trouble and the doctors did no good They wanted to operate but I took Cardui and it made me feel like a new woman I am still using this wonderful medicine with increasing relief AT ALL DRUG STORES t C K r N Save On Your Hejatijig BY USING THE BEST OF t VX 5JSTOVES HEATERS AND RANGES t Properly built stoves use a quarter less fuel than poo made ones We have the more JItand cheap Full Line of First Class Hardware t PARKIE SCOTT PHONE 192 BEREA KENTUCKY HOLLIDAY CBS CO r DEALERSINy High Grade Domestic Coal Ice and Feed It BEST COALLOWEST PRICESPROMPT DELIVERY i Phone 169 Day Phone 71 Night careless 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From the character of the Co lombian unrest one might have fancied1 l It a plague of fleas F Milk botUes are now made out of paper After awhile we suppose it will be so arranged that we can have our milk delivered each morning In our favorite publication Prof Munsterberg says it is safe to drink if you do it moderately That explains the caution of the man who quits when It comes to his turn to treat the crowd A hater of automobiles has given a large fund to the University of Paris to endow a chair of aviation Maybe be never has had sand dropped down his neck from a passing balloon Before complaining of the beat take a few minutes off to be thankful that you are not running whitehot billets of steel through the rollers at the mills or stoking on a lako boat A straw bonnet on a horses head is only a sham appearance of kindness to ones beast when the angry driver U seen jerking and twisting at the pits1 It It were not for the heat waves the corn would not mature the ele vators would not be filled and there 1would be no johnny cake Let us our trials with what patience wo canYes nature is Inscrutable but kind Mosquitoes have their uses snakes devour gophers and vultures carry oft carcases Even the motorcycle it is said may be used to advantage by firemen IAcensus taker In Chicago of a ideal for a wife reveals thatI there Is general masculine prejudice against the college girl as a spouso Naturally the college girl was doomed from the start Sho has the fatal feminine defect in masculine eyes she knows too much That labor strike in Hawaii which some persons feared would develop race difficulties that might engender trouble with Japan appears In a fair way to be settled without serious disturbance As the Japanese laborers seem willing to return to work probably j the matter has been grossly ex aggerated and for a purpose Such things have happened before The Juno disbursements for Interest and dividends by railroad industrial and other corporations will reach 71 220000 which Is an Increase of 4277 000 over last year This Is an infallible Indication of the Improvement in bust ness conditions and of a gain In the earning capacity of the concerns in question And everything promises greater advance in that direction in the Immediate future I A bank official in the west convicted y of swindling and sentenced to 35 years Imprisonment was pardoned r after serving a few years Ho had a now start in life every ono sympa thizing with his resolvo to reform He got another chance likewise moro thousands with which he has disap peared Sympalbvs a pleasing fuel ing to those who bestow it but it li also expensive particularly when It Induces mercy to temper justice it that justice cannot be recognised PUT WALSH IN CELL FEDERAL ATTORNEYS PLAN TO TAKE BANKER TO PRISON SOON ASK COURT FOR A MANDATE Defendants Attorney and Government Counsel Make Plans for Final Test of Convicted Financiers Case ReadYfor High Court Chicago Oct 22John II Walsh convicted banker may be taken to Fort Leavenworth federal prison with in a few days if the plans ot the gov ernment attorneys are sustained District Attorney Sims and Attorney John S Miller representing Walsh appeared In the circuit court of appeals to argue the question ot the 60000 bonds on which Walsh Is now at liberty Mr Sims urged that this bond be set aside and that n mandate be Is sued at once ordering Walsh to be taken to the federal prison Attorney Miller urged that tho present bonds bo ordered to hold until the question of an appeal to tho su preme court was decided Final arguments on the point will be heard within a few days If Mr Sims Is sustained Mr Walsh may bo taken to Fort Leavenworth The action was begun by John S Miller chief counsel for the convict ed president of the defunct Chicago National bank and the Equitable trust company After tho proceedings Mr Miller admitted that the Walsh case would be carried to tho supreme court on a writ of certiorari District Attorney Sims and Assist ant District Attorney Childs were present with Mr Miller at the secret session Neither would reveal what transpired In court Attorney Miller took the same position- It would be unprofessional for me to make public my plans before they are consummated said Mr Walshs lawyer I will admit however that I have tho petition praying for a rehearing of the Walsh case ready for the supreme court Walsh May Gain Payment Delay Mr Walsh who returned from New York Thursday continued to main tain silence From other sources It was learned that he went east In the hope of selling his various holdings principally the Southern Indiana- It was also said ho planned to al low the sale under foreclosure De sIdes it was rumored that the associ ated banks might not press foreclos ure at this tme but might give Walsh an extension of time for tho payment of the interest on the promissory note should It be not paid before the last day of grace next Thursday- La Salle street financiers said that quarterly interest of 71000 was not troubling Walsh as much as the sale of his railroad holdings Attorney Rltsher acting for Walsh Is now in Now York for the purpose it is said of negotiating for the sale of Walshs railroad properties TAFT STOPS AT HOUSTON President Resumes His Journey After the Visit to His Brothers Texas Ranch Houston Tex Oct 23Four days on his brothers ranch near Corpus Christi evidently did President Taft a lot of good for he arrived In Houston shortly after seven oclock this morn Ing the picture of health and bappi oes A big reception committee re enforced by hundreds of citizens met the president at the station and es corted him to a hotel where he was given a breakfast by the prominent business men After that he made I public address and then at 1030 ocock started on his way to Dallas He Is due to reach that city at 530 this afternoon and will spend the night there A pretty feature of the reception of the president at the station this morning was the presence of all the school children of the city waving flags singing and cheering Many peo plo came from Galveston which Is 60 miles away The Chamber of Com merce of Dallas sent a delegation of 100 business men to escort Mr Taft from Houston to tho metropolis of northern Texas- AVIATOR UNDER NEW FLAG Capt S F Cody Becomes British Sub- Ject to Hold Airship Job In Army Nfw York Oct 23Capt S F Cody American aviator who has been teaching British army officers how tony has renounced American citizen ship and taken out naturalization pa pers as a British subject according to a message from Doncaster England It was said that Cody was informed recently that he would have to boo come a British subject if he desired to hold his position TOWN IS SWEPT BY CYCLONE Worst Storm In History of Pennsyl vania Causes Property Lots of 250000 Corry Pa Oct 23 Cambridge Springs experienced the worst cy clone in the history of the state when the iron bridge across French creek the big water works and filtration plant a dozen houses and a part of the Hotel Riverside were destroyed and much other property damaged The loss may reach 250000 i1p I WILL HE GET THE CANARY I TRAGEDY IN BANKS CRASH CASHIER KILLS SELF AND WIFES MOTHER FALLS DEAD F E Hanscome of Mineral Point Com mils Suicide on Grave to End Financial Troubles Mineral Point WIs Tho body of J- oE Hanscome cashier of Who wrecked First National bank of this city was found Monday resting on the gravo of his mother in tho family plot of the local cemetery ho having ended his life by shooting Mrs John Gray aged 80 motherIn law of the dead banker and to whose home Hanscomoo body was removed dropped dead when her son ialaws body was brought In Hanscome had been missing for say eral hours but no alarm was expressed until inqury at the bank and various other places about town failed to reveal his whereabouts- A searching party was finally or ganized With the result that the body of the dead banker was found lying over the gravo bf his mother Hanscomo was 65 years old and had been despondent for some time past He was never known to tako a vacation He leaves a widow and two grown daughters one a teacher In a public school at Milwaukee and the other a student at the Milwaukee Normal school- Hanscomes heavy losses and worry over tho fact that he had told depos itors shortly before tho bank failed that ho was all right are said to bo responsible for his act The dead cashier had been con nected with the First National bank since its organization in 1884 antedating Vicepresident Allen In point of service Ho began as bookkeeper and teller and carried much of the banks responsibility on his shoulders Ho had a reputation of strict honesty FOUND DRIFTING IN BOAT Chicago Man Is Picked Up Helpless In the Lake Near Hol land Mich liolland Mich Unable to speak coherently because of exhaustion George Schclbsteln of Chicago was found 40 miles off this harbor by the steamer Puritan Tho man had been drifting longer than 12 hours in a disabled launch- Schelbstein said that he started from Chicago for Whitehall Mich in his 25foot boat Far out In the lake with a heavy sea running the engine stopped and the sailor found his gas oline tank empty When sighted by the Puritan the craft was nearly submerged Schelbstoln left for Chicago last night- ROMANCE KEY TO RICHES 4000000 Left to Woman by Will of Suitor Who Was Almost Forgotten Jonesboro Ark As heir of an almostforgotten fiance Mrs John D Erwin wife of a farmer will prob ably receive an estato valued at 4 000000As Duval of Carruthersvllle Mo Mrs Ervin was courted by a young German who told her of vast ancestral estates Because of paren tal objections they did not wed Recently the man died and his will gives his property to her Electric Chair for Murderer Utica N Y Theodore Rizzo was Thursday found guilty of murder In the first degree in killing two little children In the Eaglo street gulf hero- In September Justice Rogers sentenced Rizzo to die In tho electric chair in Auburn prison In the week beginning Novomber 21 TwentyFive Persons Drow- nConstantinopleTwenlYfive per eons were drowned Thursday follow ing the bursting of a dam at Lake Derkos 30 miles southwest of this city 1s 1 MAY BAR FRENCH IMPORTS Law is Discovered Whereby Frances Threats Can Be Met with Drastic Retaliation Washington AH importations from Franco to tho United States will be denied entry at any American port before the first of the year if the French government attempts to die criminate against our products on November 1 when tho present Franco American tariff treaty expires Threats have been coming from Paris to tho effect that as soon as the treaty expires France will apply her maximum tariff rate against the United States Those threats havo been reported by Consul General Mason at Paris France had made a strenuous effort to have tho present treaty extended but this could not be done under the provisions of tho Payno bill which sots March 1 1910 as tho nearest date that the maximumminimum feature can bo applied When they learned that the treaty could not be extended omclals of tho French government and French news papers at once began to assume an hostile attitude toward tho United States Thoso facts havo been care fully noted by the Washington government as presaging a tariff war of large proportions and consequent straining of tho sentimental ties between tho two republics J MANUEL FEARS ASSASSINS King of Portugal Although Reported- III la Said to Be Hiding from Plotters London It was reported here Tues day that King Manuel of Portugal Is not ill but hiding from plotters seek ing to assassinate him Information of a plot to explode a dynamite bomb at the royal palace Is said to havo reached the police The guard about the palaco was doubled and police agents began an Investigation Reports made by them aro said to have been of such an alarming character that the king was prevailed upon to conceal his whereabouts Ho wad taken from tho palace recently by body guards After ho had reached his hiding place It was announced that the king was seriously ill according to a prearranged plan LisbonA bomb was exploded Tuesday In front of the Church of St Louis The windows In the residences adjacent were shattered GEN ELWELL S OTIS DEAD Retired Army Officer Pastes Away at His Old Home Near Roches ter N Y Rochester N Y Gen Elwell S Otis U S A retired died at his home In Gates near this city He had been 111 about two weeks Gen Otis wife daughters brother and mister were with him at the end The house in which ho died had been his homo for many years Taft at Brothers Ranch Gregory Tex President Tart arrived hero Monday evening to spend four days on the ranch of Charles P Taft his brother Reports aa to tho size of this ranch vary from 100000 to 200000 acres In either i vent it approaches the proportions of a principality and during the time hero the president will be secluded fiom local committees from the givers of banquets and from tho onerous u ties of constant speechmaking Wife of Gen G W Duke Is Dead Louisville KyMrs Henrietta Morgan Duke wife of Gen Basil W Duke known in history as Morgans right hand man was found dead in bed at her home here Wednesday Heart disease caused her death Death of Envoy Natural London The verdict of the Inquest Into tho death of William L Buchanan tho American diplomat whoso body was found In the strettt Is to the effect that death was flue to natural causes I KING FACES CRISIS SPANISH CABINET RESIGN AS RESULT OF OUTCRY OVER EXECUTIQN PEOPLE IN AN ANGRY MOOD 6tern Repressive Measures Tend to Influencethe PeopleKing Alfonso Is Anxious to Shift Blame for Ferrers Death Madrid As a result of tho bitter attacks made against tho government by tho former premier Morel y Pren dergast representing a powerful opposition the Spanish cabinet which was formed January 26 1907 under the premiership of Antonio Maura resigned Thursday Upon tho receipt of the resignation of tho premier and his ministers Mor et y Prcndergast undertook to form anew ministry himself assuming the post of premier and minister of the Interior The resignation of tho Maura min isters aro duo directly to the outcry that followed the execution of Prof Francisco Ferrer tho founder of liberal schools at Barcelona King Alfonso like Charles 11 of England pleaded that while his words were his own his deeds wero his min liters It Is said In behalf of the king that ho wan kept from commuting Ferrers sentence or from pardoning him largely by tho advlnco In demand form given him by Senor Maura and other members of tho cabinet When the demonstrations of an ger because of tho killing of Ferrer became the order In all tho European capitals and conservatives oven were willing to admit that a grave mistake had been made Alfouso be came alarmed Ho appeared anxious to shift the blamo for the execution to tho place where probably It properly belonged on tho shoulders of Premier Maura and of tho other cabinet members It is Impossible yet to tell accurately what tho result of tho resignation will be on the public mind If It Is made clear that Alfonso was opposed to tho qxocutlon of Ferrer and was practically forced to acquiesce tho result will bo to temper tho anger of tho extreme radicals and tho fear of tho assassination of tho king may pass Tho stern lueasurca taken to put down Who recent antiwar demonstra fleas tended to Inflame tho opposition and tho execution of Ferrer followed by popular demonstrations of dlsnp proval brought matters to a crisis When parliament reopened tho lib erals republicans and socialists bit terly assailed tho government but the cabinet showed a disposition to fight for Its llfo- There was a violent scene in tho chamber of deputies when tho opposI- tion headed by Senor floret y Prcn dergast the former premier renewed Its attack on the government Minis ter of the Interior Laclerva however declared that tho ministry would not resign under threats It was then believed that while Senor Monet was determined to un horse Premier Maura tho liberals as distinguished from tho republicans and socialists did not desire to as sumo power In the circumstances they would then become responsible for the expenditures Involved In tho war of Morocco London Oct 22Tho anarchists of Spain are plotting to avenge tho death of Ferrer according to a Mad rid correspondent who In a letter just received says- Notwithstanding statements to the contrary and the apparent trans qulllty that reigns over Madrid and the provinces to the careful observer It Is but a sham No ono acquainted with the situation will deny that tho anarchist element is actively prepar ing to revenge Ferrers death Threat ening letters aro pouring In dally at tho palace and tho official residence of the ministers The latter are escorted by largo bodies of detectives Tho censor has doubled the strin gency of his methods and It Is almost Impossible to send any news unfavor able to tho government by wire Lisbon Portugal Alarming reports as to King Alfonsos health were received here Distraught by the furor raised by tho execution of Fran cisco Ferrer at Barcelona tho king according to tho dispatches Is with out appetite and has been unable to sleep The fear of an uprising and his own danger of assassination have so worked on him that his condition of mind Is said to bo serious His conflict with the ministry and the attitude of Premier Maura whom ho censured for the execution of the school teacher have added to Alfon sos uneasiness over the situation at homo and abroad growing out of Fer rers death Threatening letters pour Into tho palace and although an effort was made to keep the fact secret from AI fonso he learned of It and became greatly agitated Carnegie Gives for Hospital Harrlsburg Pa Andrew Carnegie has offered the state through Health Commissioner Samuel G DIxon a tract of 450 acres of land on the crest of tho Allegheny mountains near Cresson to bo used In the fight against tuberculosis Bomb Is Exploded at Munich Munich GermanyA powerful bomb was exploded In the street here Thursday The pavement was torn up and neighboring buildings wore damaged No person was injured PURITY CONGRESS OPENED GREAT GATHERING OF REFORM ERS IN BURLINGTON White Slave Traffic Topic of Discus slon on First DayEminent Social Worker on Program Durllngton laNot for many months has the country seen BO Im porlnnt a gathering of reformern religious and social workers and phllan thropists as that In tho First Methodist church Tuesday afternoon when the National Purity congress was opened under tho au Apices of tho National Purity federation Delegates from scores of cities and towns woro ent and they are not long haired cranks but earnest practical men and women who are devoting their best efforts to the moral betterment of their fellow Americans D S Stcadwell of La Crosse WIs president of tho federation presided at the first session as ho will through out tho meeting After n song and Invocation Mr Stcmlwell delivered his address Ho then announced that tho special topic for tho day was the whlto slavo traffic and Introduced first William Alexander Coote secre tary of tho National Bureau for the Suppression of tho Whlto Slave Traf fic of London England Mr Cooto read a paper telling of the methods adopted In England to end the odious traffic and of their success Itcv Ernest A Dell of Chicago sec rotary of tho Illinois Vigil un co asso elation spoke on Tho Primacy of Prayer and Preaching In the Purity Reform and various phases of tbo white slavo traffic were discussed by J 1 Hamory superintendent of tho department of public safety Dee Moines la Mrs M A T Mackenzie superintendent of welfare work at the Seattle opposition James II Pat ten secretary of tho Immigration He 6trlctlon league Boston Miss Lucy A Hall Chicago and Mrs Sarah F Dond police matron Oklahoma City Oklo INFORMER TRIES SUICIDE Betrayer of Jury Plotters Secrets Jumps Into River Attorney Waymans Life Threatened ChicagoAn attempt to commit suicide by jumping Ino the lAke at Van Huron street was made Monday by Nicholas J Martin private secretary of Alderman Michael Kcnnn and n defendant In tho Indictment charg- Ing conspiracy to fix Juries Threat ened with death at the hands of First ward political heelers whose secrets ho has disclosed In two confessions to States Attorney Wayman and be lieving that ho had Incurred for llfo tho enmity of his employer and others by laying bare secrets of the Juryfix Ing ring Martin attempted to end his existence It was the hand of John Wecccrd an Investigator which checked him when ha was about to make a dive Into the lake Threats to murder States Attorney Wayman and his principal assistants In an effort to terrorize them Into ceasing their efforts to send guilty men to the penitentiary were also die closed But this has only resulted In spurring him on to greater activity lie has taken precaution by having two detectives aid iris assistant Thomas Marshall accompany him on most of his trips but beyond that bo la paying no heed to tho attitude of the dangerous men whoso criminal practices he has set out to destroy ADMITS CUSTOMS FRAUDS Inspector Testifies He Received Half Importers IllGotten Gains Implicate Other New York A scheme of cus toms frauds whereby the UnlledrStates government was defrauded ofI1300 or more at a clip extending overIa period of two years or more icrlbcd by George Drohm a customs Inspector who although still In tho government employ admitted that he bad received approximately half of the Importers alleged Illgotten gains Drchma testimony was presented at ho trial of Antonio and Philip Muslca Italian Importers who aro charged with having conspired to defraud the government by having cheese shipped to them from Italy under false weight entries INDIA STORM KILLS 10000 Houses and Temples In Many Town and Villages Causing Great Loss of Lif- eLandonDispatches from Calcutta lay 10000 persons havo perished In a terrific storm which has swept the plains in tho delta of the Ganges and Brahmaputra in Bengal India The storm followed tho close of tho rainy seasonfrom June to Sop tember and destroyed towns and vII lager in an area bf 187377 square miles which have a population of 400 persons to the square mile Tho loss of life was occasioned mainly by tho collapse of houses and emplcs In tho towns and villages and oy tho river wrecks Lovett Heads Union Pacific New York Robert S Lovett was Thursday elected president of the Union Pacific to succeed Edward H llarrlman Mr Lovett was the closest idvlscr of Mr Harriman and soon ifter his death was made a director of the Union Pacific Dozen Buildings Burn Mapleton PaNearly a dozen iulldlngs valued at 200000 were urned hero Thursday Among the lacc destroyed were the Clarendon I lotel and the Mapleton Item office I Interesting Kentucky News I PHYSICIANS ARE PUZZLED Over Case of Man Who Can Not Be Aroused from Unconscious Condition Lexington lyllI R Arowood of Tennessee who has been employed In the construction of a railroad at Corinth Ky won brought hore anl placed In St Josephs hospital Ills condition Is one which Is puzzling the local physicians On the night of October 19 Mr Arowood retired from his work in perfect health but upon his delay In arising next morning a mes senger was ycnt to his room to awaken him but after working with him for some time It was found Impossible to nroiiBo him an he was In an unconscious condition Physicians wero summoned but oil efforts to awaken him failed After working with him for two days ho was brought hore for medical attention but all efforts to arouse him have so far failed BURLEY POOL EXTENSION 3 kL Reports Show About Sixty Per Cent of Crop Signed Winchester KyAt the meeting of tho Durlay Tobacco society In session hore tho reports of tho counties as to tho acreage pooled during the 20 days extension of time granted after the stipulated limo for closing wero re ported to kayo been pooled during this time which brings the number of acres pooled up to h irly 111000 or about GO pur cent of the wholo crop according to the estimate made by tho tobacco society which won 105000 acres The pool wan not closed and the Unto Is extended Indefinitely suit jest to being closed at OilY tlmo by tho executive committee Tho nov oxucutivo committee was completed after this had been disposed of Moesrs Wltherepoon of WoodfOrd county Shanklln of Mason county qnd Slaughter of Owon county who wero nominated by Irosldant Lcbua but not confirmed at the last motolng were confirmed by a large majority Tho changing tho headquarters from Winchester to Lexington was confirm ed by n roto of 44 to G SPECIAL LICENSES MUST BE PAID Court of Appeals Says Legislature Has Right to So Legislate Frankfort Ky Special licenses pro vldjxl for In the revenue laws of this stab must be collected and must be paid The court of appeals decided this question definitely In tho caao of Fred K Stevens and others against tho city of Louisville Tho city had collected a license from Stevens for run ning a pawn brokers shop and ho also handled pistols Ho refused to pay the license for handling pistols at retail and enjoined tho city from colloei Ing the money Tho court hero says that tho legislature has tbo right to assess special licenses and that they must bo paid- Georgetown Ky Circuit Judgo Hohcrt L Stout rendered his decision In tie contested local option election of IIi months ago In his decision one dry vote is thrown out which was counted by tho lownr court and the vote now stands 521 dry and G20 wet a majority of one for tho drys Tho lower court gave them two major r ity nail the face of tho returns had given the wets one majority Xho caao will go on up U tbo court of appeals unless a pew trial bo granted Maynvlllc yTlio Elka1Ratinlon BBBOolotlon closed Its after electing tho following oincors President William Nool Louisville first vice president T J 8nIth Rich month second vice president Donnli Dundon Paris third vIce president E B linger Ashland secretary Wil liam M ODrynn Owonsboro Louisville KyThe Kentucky Grand Council of Mesons elected G Allison Holland great high priest Harry Ualloy deputy grand high priest David W Gray grand king J W Worshum grand scribe Capt IL n Grant grand secretary and L 11 Johnson grand treasurer 13Insurance Commli slonor nell admitted the International Llfo Insurance Co of St Louis to do business in Kentucky The company has n capital of 500000 It Is the successor of tho Groat American Co with which It was morged Lexington IyDave McQueen known ns Greasy ono of tho negroes wnnted for tho murder of Leon Yan dell who was shot in a construction camp on the Lexington and Nicholas vlllo Interurban line was arrested In East St Iouls Jll f Lexington icyTho grand Jury ro- y turned 67 indictments 29 of which nro reported to chargo llogal registration The clerk of tho circuit court declined to disclose the names of those Indict ed or the offcnso charged until war rants have been served Frankfort JTho work of rebuild- Ing tho monument marking tho grave of Daniel Boone was begun In the State cemetery here Tho panels for tho monument were made by Sculptor Fetwelss of Cincinnati I ROOFS BLOWN FROM BUILDINGS At Frankfort KyStreets Choked With Debris Damage Is Re ported Enormous Frankfort KyWith a deafening roar a terrific storm swept down upon this city and suroundlng territory All telegraph wires and nearly all tale phono wires are down but from the meager reports obtainable It Is certain that tho damage will bo enormous Many buildings including residences wero unroofed The streets horo In many Instances aro choked with fall on trees and timbers The city practically is in darkness A barrel was carried a block by the great wind and hurled through a big plate glass window in tho McCluro department store A portion of a veranda was hurled across a street and through a window In tho front of the Elbert Jewelry store The temperature has lowered rapidly since tho arrival of the storm and now Is below tho freezing point CAPITOL UNFINISHED And the Dato of Dedication May Be Changed Frankfort Ky Members of tho state capitol commission aro considering delaying until next spring tho formal dedication of the capitol While nil of the officials are now occupying oltlcoa in the building It Is in an Incom plots state Neither the senate nor hall of representatives has yet been furnished tho state library rooms are biro and furnishings for tho state re caption room tho real show place of the structure havo not as yet been shipped from Europe where they are being made Word was received from Paris France by the capitol commis sioners that Gilbert White has finished the painting of tho two lunettes which aro to adorn the house of representa lives and the xcnate chambers They will bo shipped from Paris about No vomber 15 and should reach hero In tlmo to bo put in position boforo the session of the general assembly begins DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE URG For Kentucky State University at Meet Ing of Physicians Association Louisville KyDr J E Wells of Cynthlona Ky was elected president of the Kentucky Stato Medical associa tion after a warm contest on tho con vention floor Dr J N McCormack will continuo as secretary having been elected for a torm of five years Dr W B McClure of Lexington was elected treasurer to servo for five years Lexington was chosen as the next convention city of tho associa tion The body passed resolutions against criminal practice and also In- dorsed tho movement for good rood One of the most Important resoluUons passed was that relating to the ostab lishment of a medical department of the Stato university Hopklnsvlllc KyAt the last regu Inr session of the Christian county branch of tho Planters Protective as sedation the following prlzora storage houso men and officials wero selected Prlzors at Pembroke Lymnn Mc Comb and Isaac Garrott prlzer at Hopklnsvllle John W Adams stor age house men at HopUlnsvllle John W Adams and R M Wocdbrldso salesman at Hopklnsvlllc D F Smith son bookkeeper A J Casey local in upoctor George W Barnes 1Louisville KyJohn C Roberts convicted of counterfeiting In tho fed seal courts hero and sentenced to sir years in the penitentiary was Indicted for tho samo offense on four counts In tho federal court In Covington Ky As soon as he has finished the term he will be brought to CovIngton to stand trial Frankfort lySlxt members of tho Kentucky elate guards have boon ordered to Hlckman by Adjt Gon Johnston to protect President Taft when ho visits that city on his tour down the Mississippi river on the lake totheBUlf trip- Franktort CyBerry Simpson and others now doing tlmo for tho murder oPDcputy United States Marshal John Mulllna at Steams Ky aro making an effort to appeal their cases to the supremo court- Maysville Ky Georgo Washington Creokbaum 102 died at the homo of his son T C Creokbaum In Dover this county Ho was tho oldest man In Mason county Ho was born In Brown county Ohio Louisville lyW C Priest for many years one of Louisvilles most prominent business men died at the family residence after n five weeks illness Tho body will bo taken to Shelbyvllle Ky for burial Lexington Ky Through the pur chase of the Claude Garth farm L V Harkncss has added nearly TOO acres to his magnificent Walnut Hall farm The price reported was 125 per acre Carrollton Ky Postofllco inspec tors are investigating tho disappear ance In the mall of warehouse receipts for COO barrels of whisky belonging to the Old Darling Distillery of this city CLAIMS CAN NOT BE FILED On Possessions of Bankrupt After- Banrruptcy proceedIngs Have Dismissed Frankfort Ky Creditors Who havo actual notice of adjudication In bank ruptcy and do not make their claims nt tho proper time can not come In and mako a claim on the possessions of tho bankrupt after the bankruptcy proceedings have been dismissed This Important question was settled for the first tlmo In this state by tho court of appeals In tho case of W S Dycus etc against C O Brown etc In which the Judgment of tho McCrack en circuit court is reversed in an opin ion by Judgo Carroll Dycus Bros and S II Cassidy formed tho company of S H Cassidy G Co to buy tobacco during the season of 1902 and 1903 to bo sold by Brown Bloom of Padu cab and were to receive CO cents per hundred pounds for the work They were also to receive onehalf of the profits after nil expenses were paid Tho company however made an as- sIgnment after purchasing a good many thousand pounds of tobacco BREAK THEIR NECKSI Says Dr Shirley of a Certain Class of Medical Practitioners Louisville KyAII physicians who engage ID criminal practice as related to tho defeat of motherhood should have their necks broken by tho order of the great state of kentucky This was the statement made by Dr A Shirley president of the Kentucky Stato Medical Association in addressing tho members of that body gath ered in annual session Ho also de glared that physicians should never make special rates for medical atten tion to preachers He said If tho churches do not pay their ministers enough to allow them to pay their medical bills their salaries should be raised Dr William J Mayo declared In his address that cancer in neither necessarily hereditary nor necessarily incurable Ills adlress was received with applause VIOLATION OF BANKING LAW Charged Against Cashier McConnaghy In Federal Indictment Monticello KyTho indictment charging Charles McConnaghy cashier of the National bank of this placn with violation of tho banking laws was returned by District Attorney J H Tinsley Assistant District Attor fey George Davlson and the grand Jury Attorney John B ONeal who has been employed by Mr McCon naghy to defend him was given a copy of the Indictment and at tho same time Informed the court that ho would dis mur to the Indictment McConnaghy has been Indicted on 13 counts Newport Ky Political circles in Campbell county Kentucky were stirred when Circuit Judge Charles YungblUt in the heat of his campaign for reelection paused to make an affi davit before Squire T K Hutchinson In this city charging Scott Shoemaker recognized leader of tho republican party In Campbell county and fiscal clerk at tho Newport postofTlce with having attempted to bribe him In the matter of a settlement of poolroom cases now pending before the court Frankfort 1The Frankfort Cincinnati Railroad Co will bo discon tinned November 1 when the Loul vllle Nashville will formally take over the road and continue Its opera tion This road Is known as the Ken tacky Midland and was built nearly 25 years ago n good deal of the money being furnished by subscriptions from the citizens nnd taxpayers of tho coun ties of Franklin Scott and Bourbon and tho cities of Franlfort Georgetown and Paris- Greenville KyStato Representa tine Herbert Meredith of this city In order that Innocent women may be pro tected and future generations spared tho sins of their fathers is to urge upon the next legislature of Kentucky the passage of a bill requiring that each male person applying for n II bonse to marry shall submit himself to a physical examination by a com potent physician Louisville Ky Officials of the nome Telephone Co announced thnt a deal has been completed whereby tho company takes over tho Independent Long Distance Telephone Co The company secured 520000 bonds of an issue of 692000 Lexington Ky Charles Williams foreman of construction for tho Louis ville Nashville railroads new lino being built Into tho mountains of East ern Kentucky was shot by unidenti fled men and left for dead on the ground near Heidelberg Lee county Louisville KyMrs Henrietta Morgan Duke wife of Gen Basil W Duke daughter of a prominent southern fam ily and for ninny years a loader In the social lIfo of Louisville was found dead In bed at her homo Heart rail ure was tbo cause of death Paducah KyA distinct earthquake shock was felt here Psyche Coiffure By JULIA BOTTOMLEY Tho beautiful hair dress shown hero has made a veritable sensation and It is a pleasure to reproduce It fort our readers Without the small pleasing little skeleton cap shown In the pic ture it retains all the fascination of the Psyche coiffure and is thoroughly practical for present millinery modes The hairdresser has taken certain small liberties with her classic model In order to accommodate the coiffure to the hat and brow of the wearer and they have turned out to be an Improvement sinco they enhance the beauty of both the face and hat The bead dress shown In our photograph was adapted specially to this coiffure and leaves nothing to be desired- It may be said In passing that the head dress shown Is made of gold ribbon and rhlnestono ornaments set in gold The aigrette at the side is pure white Every one will see at a glance its simplicity of construction and ap preciate the beauty of this coiffure or nament The foundation on which it is fashioned is simply buckram cut in narrow bands and wired beforo cover ing with ribbon- It does not require an abundance of natural hair to build this stylo of coiffure Tho hair however must bo waved before it Is dressed The reg ular ondulations of the Marcel wave may bo used but aro not absolutely essential Tho hair is parted off in tho usual manner and that portion about tho face and neck waved In loose irregular curves All the re- maInder of tho hair much or little Is tied at tho back of tho head and ar ranged In a coil This forms the foun dation for tho balance of the coiffure If the hair Is thick and heavy it will not bo necessary to uso a roll at all Tho hair at each side In this case is simply ratted that is combed toward the scalp Instead of from it and then lightly smoothed with the comb on tho outside It is then brought back to the coil pinned to It and tho ends fastened under It A small portion of the waved hair on top of tho head Is treated In tho same BEST BAG FOR THE BROOM Should Be Made to Fit with an Open ing at the SIdeGood Tick Ing Bag The broom bag may be made a more satisfactory thing than the cloth that slips off In midair If It Is made to fit the broom and furthermore if It be opened at the side The thing I have in mind Is an oblong square bag of outing flannel from which the two lower corners havo been cut leav- Ing it somewhat octagonal In shape The small remaining bottom of the bag Is made into a faced opening and when the broom handle is slipped through tho long open side of the bag and dropped through the end opening the broom straws will bo held securely- A ticking bag for clothespins baa fastened to its upper end two wire books to hang It to a clothesline The end 1s first stiffened with wire and there is no opening for tho clothes pins except a round hole cut in tho center of ono side A facing round tho circular hole forms a casing for an other wire to keep tho opening In shapeCountless household bags are not to be scorned but these two are partic ularly useful shapes way and brought back lying loosely over tho top with Its end fastened un der the call Tho hair across the forehead Is arranged In a loose pompa dour the ends lightly twisted and brought back to the coil If long enough to reach If not they are concealed under that portion on top of the head which has already been fastened Into the coil This pompadour is then pulled forward and down over the brow and parted lightly with tho fingers a little to ono side Invisible pins fasten it to place and It Is worn more or legs over tho brow to suit tho Individual taste In this matter A very full cluster of false putts is placed over and around the coil where they are firmly pinned to place A baretto is adjusted under them supporting tho short locks at tho nape of the neck which usually prove so refractory Finishing touches are given by pulling the side hair against the putts and pinning It to them with invisible pins and curling any short locks which may straggle about the nape of the neck Into little rings These are held In place with tho fluid which hairdressers use for that purpose The natural hair unless very curly will not make satisfactory curls and puffs and even when one possesses the requisite quantity of naturally curly hair It Is much morQ difficult to manage than tho false hair Moreover tongandso that it Is economy to buy putts and curls Of all things however ono should get a perfect match In color and texture to ones own hair When the natural hair Is very thin It will bo necessary to uso additional hair across tho front of the head for the hair dress Just described Several styles are made In front pieces that will fill all tho requirements and when combed in with the natural hair are not to bo detected In adjusting the hat to this coiffure a portion of the hair about the face should be pinned to the underbrlm or facing of tho hat FIT INTO A DRESSING CASE Umbrellas Now Made So They Fold Great Convenience for the Traveler Umbrellas which can be folded to fit Into a 24inch dressing case aro the only typo which now appeal to the college girl who does not like to be burdened with more than one package when traveling Those folding umbrellas come In black tan taupe dark red blue brown and green twilled silk mounted upon steel frames and usually have wooden handles Among the newest umbrella handles Is one of flattened top shaped somewhat like a huge button and about two and one half Inches across Other wooden handles are carved to represent the heads of cats dogs owls and butter files They are usuaUy of natural col ored oak ebony or mahogany but oc casionally ono Is stained to match the silk covering of its frame Very smart umbrellas which particularly appealto girls of artistic as well as extravagant tastes have satin finished white wood bandies with tops of onyx Jade or carved dull red quartz They are dec orated with narrow ribbon bows or with teaseled loops through which the wrist may bo thrust wemrs LIQUOR CAUSE OF DIVORCES Statistics Show One Home In Every Sixtyone Is Wrecked by Strong Drink Among Men Ono of the most striking arguments for temperance reform says Mr L A Brady is to be found in certain cold dispassionate statistics issued by the United States census bureau These figures show that intemperance as either a direct or a contributing cause was responsible for more than 19 per cent practically oneflfth of all divorces granted in tho United States during tho 20 years between 1887 and 1906 inclusive Since at the present rate at least every twelfth marriage ends in divorce we get a proportion of one home in every 61 wrecked by drink Moreover tho census authorities themselves accord lag to Mr Brady admit that these figures represent only the most flagrant and palpable Instances of the part which Intemperance plays In divorce and that greater percentages than those actually given would be nearer the truth The detailed figures as settforth in the census bulletin are as lows + Drunkenness was the sole cause of divorce In 36516 cases or 39 per cent of the total number of divorces 1887 to 1906 It was a cause in combina tion with some other cause In 17765 cases or 19 per cent of the total number Therefore it was a direct cause either alone or hi combination with other causes In 64281 cases or 67 per cent of the total Of divorces granted to the wife the percentage for drunkenness either alone or in combi nation with other causes was 79 of those granted to tho husband the cor responding percentage 14 The attempt was made to ascer tain also the number of cases In which drunkenness or intemperance al though not a direct ground for the divorce I was an Indirect or contributory causo The number of such cases was returned as 139287 representing 138 per cent of the total number of di vorces Probably this number Includes those cases in which the fact of1 In temperance was alleged in the bill of complaint or established by tho eviden-ce although not specified among the grounds for which the divorce was grantedThe remaining cases are those in which there was no reference to in temperance or no evidence that in temperance existed as n contributory cause In some of these cases the record was so meager that the ab sence of any mention of Intemperance would Justify no conclusions But in the majority of instances It would cre ate a strong presumption that Intemperance did not exist or was not a contributory cause ALCOHOL AND TUBERCULOSIS Beverage Creates State of Receptivity Favorable to Development of Phthisis Among French It Is already well known that alcoholism creates a stato of receptivity particularly favorable to the develop ment of tuberculosis says a writer In the Revue Schlentlflque Mr Jacques Bertillon has presented these rela tions somewhat strikingly in a set of maps embodying the latest French statistics Says the writer cited aboveOn tho map of France it may bo Seen thnt the northern departments drink per Inhabitant more brandy than tho central and southern depart ments Tho line of separation is represented exactly by the limit of cul ture of the vine In tho winedrinking countries the consumption of brandy Is comparatively small It Is consider able In the cider and beers regions The dwellers in the cast of France drink more brandy and much ab sInthe Tho second map presented by Mr Berta low shows that the frequency of tuberculosis Is much great er with some exceptions In the rev glens where most alcohol Is con sumed The phthisis map may be superposed on the alcoholism map On the other hand phthisis Is more frequent among saloonkeepers than with other merchants 579 death an nually in 100000 persons as com pared wl h 246 It is probably al cohol also that makes phthisis twice as frequent In Paris among men as among women The Lack of Jesus The young man who came running to Christ with tho question What shall I do that I may inherit eternal life was rich and yet he was poor He had great possessions yet was In dire need Ills ample assets were not available for the essential pur poses of life He had done many things that were commendable but had Idlspensablohis youth observed all the rituals that Hlllel could Invent or Calaphaa en force ho lacked the ono best thing of alland that was Jesus Christ Thero Is much in modern life that is attrac tive and engaging but there Is always a vapid void until Jesus comes and fills Justice and joy to the full The best culture can nowhere be evolved except from the cross Jesus is the ono personality needful and the lack of Jesus from any life or society is the last irreparable loss for which naught In heaven or earth can ever atone i i- 4V l1 WHO WILL GET THE PIANO It has always been the policy of this store to carry goods that the people want and to sell theso goods at fair prices The giving away of this Piano will not affect this policy will be given away as a apprejelation with all our old customers and to meet with many new ones If you do not wish to enter tho contest yourself you can transfer your certificates to any friend or church whom you wish to get the Piano Get your friends Interested In your behalf Have your out of town friends help you Get a good start by beginning early The usolWlosososoaosoiose oie ososososososososo I East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Nowhere Else IA eorreipoBdedit In taU t r tat The publication kit ti u triltie of pod faith Write pWa- lrososososososososososososo ososososososososososososofI JACKSON COUNTY OKKKNHAIi Greenhall Oct 23 Delana Gibson sold his homestead to Mrs Honor Tack et and bought out Garrett Mason We learn Mr Mason will move to LAurel County the first of next yearo G Madden our road overseer Is doing good work on the roadJno P Wilson and Walker Flanery will go to Richmond Friday with a nice bunch of cattle The Farmers annual Insti tute of Owsley County was held at Sturgeon last Monday and Tues day by the Hop Kane Perkins and Kirk There was a good attendance I at last session and all seemed to be very much InterestedJas R Evans I returned Thursday from Virginia where he had been several days visiting relatives The long continued drouth has been broken of late by frequent showers that have once more tho water running In our small stream and softened up the soil that con plowJames D Hall of Lexington was thru this part Friday looking after the stave and tie business Dr J A Mahaffey has been in Loulsvlllo several days the past week on business J N Smith and wife went to Smiths fathers yesterday evening on business Miss I conIfinedno J Evans has gone to Berea on bust ness She will return to Bcattyvllle soon where she expects to make her home MILUHKI Mildred Oct 24There is lots of sickness In this neighborhood Two fever at G V Hayes Hon Jas H Moore has Just returned from a thirty days trip In the mountains with his moving picture showJ G Morris atlrnded the I O R M coun cil at Welchburg Saturday night The Infant child of Scott Evans died the 23rd of scarlet fever Robert Welsh Jr is fixing to have a corn gather ing and a party Ho is planning to go to Oregon James dunlgan and wife wero visiting Mrs Dunlgans parents Mr and Mrs G Farmer of Olin Sunday The election is set ting very warm in this part The ters are stirring rapidly Miss Lizzie Dunigan is very poorly at this time j Mrs Molly Bowles ia some better at this writing Mrs Mary Parrett is some betterW D Hellard has returned from Louisville where he has been attending the grand Lodge Tincher and Johnson are having their ties hauledJ Bcgley Is repairing his dwelling at Gray Hawk J Johnson is planning to start to Richmond next Friday with a lot of cattle George Fox Is digging coal week on Laurel Fork Creek VI31t1IngJudd is repairing her house making It a story hlghertThe Judd brothers are doing a good business with their saw mlllTle making is the go In this part Tlncher and Johnson are paying 22 cents per tie on the bank of Laurel Fork Creek and have got a good lot of them bought and made ready for the water Wiley Johnson has gone to Blackwater on business early bird catches tho worm There will bo special sales of goods In our store trom week to week Come In and examine the Piano it Is In our store now- MAGNIFICENT 350 COTE PIANO Each Saturday we will havo an ex pert player to prove to you the merits of this Piano Music tree More new goods arriving every day Plenty of good shoes for winter Plenty of Groceries and Dry Goods for every body Highest prices paid for produce Certificates given with every purchase for Piano R J ENGLE Phone 60 Berea Ky Get pnblUhei solos ICIliS writer name IItot for some started people Mr canes of M bol H H this TYNERITyner Oct snow storm Sunday Mr Harry has gone after his sister Zoe who- I has been visiting In Lee County for I the past month Mr John Simpson made a business trip to Klrksvlllo a few days ago Born to the wife of John Carter a fine girl babyMoore- and Campbell returned today from their mountain tour with their show and report their trip a success Mr John Lakes has sold his farm and all his belongings and is going to locate in Lincoln CountyMr Gilbert Reynolds killed a large blue crane last week that measured something over six feet from tip to tip Robert Rader of Welchburg and John Moore of Tyner have Just completed paint ing out school house which adds greatly to Its appearance Mrs Adda GIpson Is visiting her parents at Moorcs Creek Hurrah for The Citizen It is the only paper you can read stay at home and know what most everybody In the County and surrounding counties are doing Sub scribe and keep up with the times ISAACS Isaacs Oct r5We have been hav- Ing plenty of rain after which it has turned colderMr G C Purkey stuck a nail In his foot which hurt him very badly but is better now The holiness meeting at Mt Olive has closedMrs Maranda Parrett had a singing Saturday night Mr and Mrs Geo Davis attended tho Teachers Association at Pine Grove Saturday weekMr and Mrs Green Vaughn visited Mr and Mrs A H Parrett yesterday Mr hind Mrs James G Allen of Indiana have come to live with their son Mr Daniel AllenMrs Martha Moore had a quilting Friday which was well attend ed and much work doneMr R L Davis has gone to Louisville to work SAND OAI Sand Gap Oct ISThe recent rains in this vicinity were very badly need edStreams and springs were drying up and stock was almost suffering for waterThe singing school at this place conducted by the Rev Jas G Durham closed Sunday lastWe feel that our community was being greatly benefited by the singing and was sorry to have It close Lewis Mc Guire of High Top was in town yesterday on business C S Durham of Pine Hill visited his parents her- eFridayJ S BIcknell and Larkin Trent have been hauling logs for Riddle DurhamRevs Pearl Hacker and Able Gabbard conducted a series of meetings at Kerby Knob last weekA P Gabbard has sold his farm and most of his merchandise here to J W Marcum and moved to Conway where he will again bo engaged In selling goods His ton Ben and Henry left on a drumming expedition some time agoMr Marcum has taken possession of the Gabbard property and Is doing a good business hasisoldbought the Horace Durham farm join Ing his former puceMr Richard son has moved Into his new homo and will resume his old trade of selling goods as soon as a store house can be erected We welcome Mr Richard son and Marcum in our vicinity and think them good merchants Jamea Johnson has bought J N Hurleys goods and Mr Hurley anticipates going on the road as n traveling sales manC S Durham has sold his lot here to James Johnson and Mr John son Is having a house built on 1L So old Sand Gap is greatly changed and hardly seems the same old place C S Durham attended Teachers Association at Pine Grove Saturday and reported a splendid tlmoE E and Sherman Durham are doing car pentry work for James Johnson Fr d Hurley and Mrs Loo Jallle Lake were married recently at the brides home on Blrchllck Their many friends wish them a lopg and happy life to gether Lewis McGuire and C S Durham are gone to McKee on busi ness today CAltlCO Carico Oct 23Mr Ray Robinson has gone into the cross tlo business Mr R M Robinson mado n business trip to Caries Sunday Mrs Belle Lear mado a flying trip to East Bernstadt last Tuesday- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CLIMAX Climax Oct 21I Rector has Just returned from Richmond where be has been some days on business Mrs Susie Rector is numbered with the sick Scarlet fever is raging in this county at present Mr W H Young has opened a coal bank on his fathers farm and is furnishing coal for the surrounding neighborhood I have all kinds of sewing machines for sale Call and see them Prices running from 5 to 55 dollars Sold for cash or on credit at three dollars down and U monhtly I lire one mile from Climax postofflce on the James Henry Ridge Call and see mo Uressto RectorClimax Oct 21There Is Iota of sickness In this pact of tho county at presentMrs James Henry was at 19thliardiabuilt Tho Lynr Lumber Co is having lots of logs put on the switch cf Johnetta for shipment J Rector is completing a room to his building on Dry Ridge Lou Bethrum candidate for County Judge and Tom Nlely countyIwere in our toW shaking hands with the boys a few days ago Grant York and family vlaltrd at D G Rectors Sunday night lost McKinley Rector has a large crop of tobacco stripped ready for raarkcL Mrs S L Rector Is on the sick listZMrs Susie Rector visited at Jones Henrys Wednesday lastMrs Mary D Phllbeck near Me LOwensed from Texas IlISlUTANTA Dlsputanta Oct 25Mrs Melissa Owens of this place who has been sick for some time is Improving slow 1yMr and Mrs Floyd Taylor of this place were In Richmond Satur day and Sunday The pastor of tho church at Macedonia was absent Sat urday and Sunday but the pulpit was filled by Rev John Brewer Miss Stella Swlnford of this place vis ited her aunt Mrs Salllo Woods at Conway Friday and Saturday JOHN1OTV Johnetta Oct 25The meeting has closed here with several additions to the church Tom Purvis and family from Jackson are visiting Mr Wes ley Abney Charley Forsythe who has been working at Richmond was homo over SundayDan Mullins and sister of Withers visited Mr Dave Clarks Saturday and attended church A great many folks are having tonsllltls Just now J1OONE Boone Oct 25Mr J H Lambert is slowly improving He will go to Richmond Tuesday to consult Dr Gibson Mrs Mattie Gadd of Rock ford visited friends and relatives at this place Sunday Mr B F Lam bert of Winchester visited his mother near this place on SaturdayMr W K and Harvey and M L Grant of Winchester visited their parents Mr SaturdayMrlA place Sunday Mr W H Lambert I and Mr Dave Martin attended Mason 4 Grand Lodge In loulsville last nncici oiu weektRockford Oct ISMr J dles slater hay been visltlns him the I past week Died on the 15th Marlon Hill of pneumonia Tho bereaved fam ily havo our deepest sympathy Bro Cornelius held a weeks meeting at aliibyalmost done sowing wheat Little Howard Ltucrlile la suffering very much with tdL leg supposed to be whlto swelling VILIHI- Wldlo Oct ISMlss Ellen Wild 1IacelIrs1Mary Reynolds aro vbltlng Cattawa Lonn Tho pupils of the Medical Springs School gave a nIce entertainment Fri day night There was a singing at tho Christian church on Wednesday nlghL Colonel Mcnlfco visited 7J homo folks Suiolay Brother Wlnklor from Berea filled his regular appoint ment Saturday and Sunday and bap tised tho following persona Misses Lou Tcrpln Llllla Riddle Vergle Dowel and Mr Suter CoxMr Eag Ballengo and mothcrlnlaw were In ML Vornon SundayMisaca Belle Jones Lou Phillips Samlttba Fish and Messrs Martin Jones Jack and Alfred Weed who aro at school at j Berea were hcmo Saturday and Sun ParloIW H Jones GARRARD COUNTY TAINT LICK Paint Lick Oct 25Several from this place attended Lancaster court last Monday Miss Fanny KIdd Is very lddlisof A B Gabbard last Saturday Several from this place attended tho Old Soldiers picnic at Berea last Sat urdayMr and Mrs O L Gabbard were tho guests of Mr and Mrs B Pitts of Berea last Saturday night Chester Wanton of Asbury was the guest of his sister Mrs 0 L Gabbard several days last week- OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Island City Oct 25Tho first Quarterly meeting of the M E church Is to be held at Cannons chapel In Jackson County Tuesday night and Wednesday Nov 16 and 17 Rev T B Stratton of Barboursvlllo will bo pro pared to interest tho audience by pro seating ideals from a high standard of Christianity and manhood Ho desires to have tho presence of a large audience with J T Gentry pastor MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston Oct 2GMrs George Young Hattie Lain and Miss Jessie Young wore shopping in Berea Mon dayMr Curt larks of this place and Willie Parks of Bcrca have purchased the Duerson farm at Whites Station for UOGOOlrs Cash Moody and Mrs Arthur Riddle called on Mrs Ellen Powell Friday evening Mrs Hubert Nicely of Berea Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Chat Soper this week Mrs Cam Lewis and daughter Eva spent Friday with Mrs Hazelwood Mrs J C Powell and elM Martha Powell spent Monday In DerenIMrs John Carl of Lexington guest of Mr and Mrs R Riddle this week Mr L C Powell and family spent a few days lost week with J C- Powo1Ldir George Crawfords children are very sick with scarlet fever Mrs Ado Parks was a visitor In Bcrca Wednesday Mrs Coyle tame Friday to be the guest of her daugh ter Mrs George Young for three weeksMr and Mrs Nathan Powell of Henry County spent last week with relatives hero and at Mote Miss Ella Ballard was tho guest of Minerva Soper Thursday night Mrs Ben Boil has returned from a visit to relatives at Lexington HARTS Harts Oct 19Mr Bradley Lake Is out In tho field working for the Fi havIIngKatherine Lake have Just returned I from a visit at White Hall with their friend Miss Louvenla Davis Dalt I Waddle of this place has moved to Richmond Mrs John Brewer fell and broke her arm In two places but I Is Improving Mr and Mrs John Hawkins visited Mr Elmer Stewart In Jackson county Saturday and SunI daylIrs Sidney VanWInklo has Just returned from a visit at Dayton Ohio with her brother Mr Wesley Well of Red House visited J W Lako Saturday and Sunday CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS CIIUKK Creek Oct 1GTack Frost nightalVvisiting relatives hero this week Rev J P Metcalt will preach at tho I Clark school Sunday Preaching sunIdayJvisiting his mother hero Miss Cleo Bowman daughter R H Bowman has gone to London to attend school Henry Hurst Is contemplating moving a saw mill here to saw railroad ties Hiram Rowlett has moved near Lex IngtonJoe Clark of Station Camp Is visiting his parents hero this week HIUINO cnrKit Spring Creek Oct 26Miss Hester Delph Is visiting her sister Mrs Rib bard this week Mies Vlna Gross who has been staying at Pinevillo for sometime returned home last Monday Mr Taulby Stewart came very near getting his leg broke with a log a fow days agdUnion Lodge No 140 K or P meets every Saturday night In the K of P HallAlex Means who was convicted of malicious shooting Is asking the Governor for a pardon Mrs Nancy Wagers died a few days ago School at this place is progressing nlcolyCorn crops are very dull at this place Misses Delia I Haskins and Shinto Farmer attended the Teachers Association last Satur dayMrs Roxle Garrison visited her The only baking powders from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from Grapes j Makes Finest Purest Food RolHakim Absolutely Pure J parents Saturday and Sundaylr1 James C Hasklns made a business trip to Manchester a few days ago J II Porter whose horso was kill ed by lightning from a telephone wire was awarded 200 damage against the telephone Company last week Hamilton 0 Letter j Hamilton 0 Oct 25Rev 8 B Hlley delivered tho Sunday afternoon lecture at tho Y llC A last Sun- IdayDr Cook tho north polo explorer passed thru Hamilton on a northbound Pennsylvania train last week Auditor Brale has completed tho tux duplicate of Butler County toe 1903 It amounts to 3822 14CG which will produce 1020018 of taxes The Rnv F W Evans will bo Installed as pastor of tho First Universalist church In Hamilton on Oct 31ICongersville 22MOIsrs1Charloy visited at Jack Burtlna tho latter part NoellAexander I ters Maudo and Della wore sholllllnI In Bloomington last week lie Wlllson and sister Millie wore Peoria callers Tuesday Anthony SrrItha family visited their daughter tt Arlnknawtovn last Sunday Lf Kelley was tho guest of Jack Bur tlns tact inncluMrs eon Sljra nviiil Is on Ild r+ ck list uls week Dennlo the little girl of Squire Yn ing Is very sink at this writing Mrs Andrew Holman of Atlanta Is visiting her mother Mrs Squire Young Leonard Harris and family visited Hugh Young last Sunday PATHS Tho path that leads to a loaf of bread Winds thru the swamps of toll And tho path that loads to a suit of clothes Goes through the floworlesa soil And the path that leads to a loaf of brood And a suit of clothes Is hard to tread And tho path that leads to a houso of your own Climbs over tho bouldered hills And tho paths thatlcad to a bank account Are swept by tho blast that kills But the man who starts In the paths today In tho lazy hills may go astray In the lazy hills aro trees to shade By tho dreamy brooks of sleep And tho rollicking river of pleasure laughs And gambols down the steep But when tho blasts of winter come The brook and the river are frozen dumb j Then woo to those in tho lazy hills When the blasts ot winter moan Who strayed from the path to a bank account And the path to a house of their own fIFirst American Post Route Tho first post route In tho United States was established In 1672 It was between New York and Boston and trnnsportatlon tho schedule was onco a month To poslomcolinesover 15000 officers and clerks IAppendlcltl Denned Rollo whit le appendicitis My son answered tho cynical parent appendicitis Is something that enables a good doctor to open up a mans anatomy and remove his entire bank accounL Washington Star Not Being Exterminated In tho Journal of the African So MrIbelief giraffes and elephants aro In no danger of being exterminated In Africa Foes of School Children More than 100000 children of school ago are annually laid prostrate by tho three preventable diseases of diph theria tuberculosis and scarlet foyer and 20000 of these Illnesses termin ato fatally BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE It is located on the Somerset pike three miles from Stanford twelve miles from Danville and twelve miles from Lancaster It contains 291 acres and half of it is virgin soil it Is tine tobacco and hemp land It Is all In grass except about 40 acres which li in corn and tobacco It lays well and is In a fine stato of cultivation We will sell this land In two tracts 200 acres and all Improvements A hallsIconveniences A never falling well andx cistern at tho door A splendid concrete cellar with Ico houso and cold storago and smoke house combined All necessary outbuildings ono of tho best barns In tho country It has three floors with water piped through room enough for 100 head of cattlo and some number of sheep besides nine stalls for horses The 91 acres Is on the East side of tho pike and has a cabin on It and a tow fruit trees and a beauti ful location for a house and a fine lot of forest trees on It enough to do all tho building you would need Tho timber Is walnut sugurtrco ash and oak It is all In blue grass except tour acres this Is a rich body of land Fine pair of stock scales For further Information write Mrs J E Lynn R R No1 Stanford Ky OUR LETTER HEADS ARE AfSO n COM i IN AND PLACE YOUR ORDER OR SEND IT BY MAIL 500 Letter Heads 6x94 125500 Envelopes 125 Postage or Express Extra Berea College Printing Department Berea Ky t