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T- 1 1 HESHJENT5 OFFICE I3EREA KY x BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOnrOUATKI STANLEY FROST Manager Enttredal the lotopke at Jlerta Ay at second claN naUnatttr I Vol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON 4 1800 One Dollar a year No 10 NEWS OF THE WEEK Food Supply Giving Out Prices Rise Another Football DeathCannon Professes on Water ways Thirty five Find Death at Sea JEFFIUES AND JOHNSON SIGN l Jack Johnson tho negro heavyweight champion of tho world and James J Jeffries the undefeated champion signed articles In Now York on Oct 30th binding them to fight a finish fight fortyfive rounds or more not Dialer than July 6 1910 before tho club offering the best Inducements the winner to take a Bide bet of 110000 and 70 per cent of the purso the los- S er to tako 25 per cent FOOTBALL KILLS Eugene A Byrne of Buffalo N Y a fourth year man at tho United States Military Academy died la the Cadet rsHospital at West Point Oct 31 from an Injury received In tho Harvard Army Game played the day before An Xray photograph taken utter his death revealed a dislocation between Uio first and second cervical verte brao FOOD SUPPLY SIIORTSocretary- James Wllcon says In a recent Interview regarding the statement of Jas J 11111 that thin nation Is facing a shortage In Its food supply that It Is a question that Is commanding tho attention of tho Department over which ho presides and that ho has set a number of Government scientists to work to Investigate tho conditions Ho assigns two causes for tho loan years One Is tho tendency of tho immigrant class to settle in tho cities but worst of all ho thinks Is tho tall ore of tho American farmer to get out of his atorago by conservation of soil and rotation of crops tho amount of ylsld he ahouiK CANNON FOR WATERWAYS Speaker Cannon aroused enthusiasm a Carlo 111 recently when ho said Im going to make a big speech In a sinn glo sentence You want to know what I think of tho waterways Read Ires Tafta speech at St Louis yesterday and you will know what I believe SUFFRAGETTES GET GAYMra- t Chapin a suffragette furnished an ear ly moraine thrill at tho Bcrmondscy byelection day when she smashed a bottle containing corrosive acid upon a ballot box Her Intention evidently was to destroy the ballots In tho box as a protest against tho exclusion of wonutn from the franchise Some of thin election officers wore painfully burned and the woman was arrested 35 PERISH IN SEArFho olx mon who were rescued from the rigging of the stranded steamer lies tla OcL 27 are thought tq bo the only survivors of the fortyone men and boys who were aboard tho Donald son linen when she struck Proprietor Ledge oft the Maine coast Several bodies drifted to tho shore later but have not been indentlflcd LABOR MEN GUILTY The dis trict court of appeals Monday affirm ed tho decree of the Supreme Court of tho Dlutrlct of Columbia adjudg ing President Samuel Gompore Sccy Frank Morrison and Vice President John Mitchell of tho American Feder ation of Labor guilty of contempt of court In tho Duck Stovo and Range earn Pending appeal tho three do fondanta were allowed to give bail for their appearance An attempt will be mast to appeal tho case to thoU S Supremo court FAMILY MURDEREDThe family of C W Hood Including his daugh ter Emma aged 12 Carolina 40 and Roy 25 were murdered as they slept Sunday night and their homo burned to conceal tho crime Major C W Hood was an aged Union veteran and had alays been a peaceful citizen Tho authorities say suspicion points to a mar who has been paylnc attention to Carolina Hood for some time and who has disappeared from the community An effort Is being made to locate him- KILLS WIFEDaniel Schoke a butcher of Pino Grove Pa cut oft tho heads of his wlfo and twelve year old daughter and then committed sul cldo by shooting himself Tho discov j ery was made Tuesday morning when found Schoko lying on tha first floor and tho bodies of his wife and child on a bed on tho second floor The girls head was entirely severed i It Is believed Schoko was Insane I MLIL10N FOR WORMS A gift of ono million dollars by John D Rocke feller to fight thehookwornr disease was announced at the office of the Standard OH Company In New York City A number of well known educators and scientists from Institutions of learning In tho South were called I In conference with Mr representative at the RockeCellersI Company offices recently orgnnlzIed i THE CITIZEN t Devoted to the Interests of the Mounteia People KENTUCKY NOVEMBER CADETCadet ELECTION RETURNS Tho election was quiet except for ono fight which was a hang over from a drunken quarrel last Saturday night Shortly otter noon Elbridgo White and Johu Walker got Into trouble In the Johnson Livery Stable and White cut Walker badly with a razor Tho cut reached from tho lobe of tho ear to under tho eye and was so tierce that pieces of steel wore picked out of tho bone- Elbridgo White was caught later at horn3 by C E Holcomb and bond of f100 before Judgo Gay was filed by E T Fish We give tho vote as declared by the judges v r THE VOTE IN BEREA For Circuit Judge J M Benton D78- For Commonwealths Attorney I R A Crutcher D74 For Circuit Court Clerk Roy n White D75 Vlrgel Weaver R145 For Representative L B liUllgeI R157 D68 0 P Jackson D783 For County Court Clerk R B Terrlll DI07I G D Moores R152tFor Sheriff Devil A McCord D82I Clayton Sanders RIS4 For Jailer B Jones DG8 IN F Johnson RIGI For Assessor Shelby Taylor DG6 I Younger Norris It151- For I School Superintendent IJohn Noland D81 For Coroner j Goo W Samuels D71 For Surveyor V- j J W Moore D69- For Magistrate Sixth District Thomas Hazelwood R164- Geo W Settle I0- For Constable Sixth District I J A Collins R156- I John E Anderson D90 For Mayor J L Gay R19G For Police JudgetG D Holllday R133 J Brannaman C108 IJ Councilmen Andrew Isaacs It208- Jj K Baker It199 John Fowler R195- J L Ambrose R193- E I C Scale R133 8 R Baker 0123- J W Dlnsmoro R122- A J Smith C99 IVOTE IN MADISON COUNTY For Circuit Judge J M Benton D 3803 For Commonwealths Attorney R A Crutcher D2998 ClerkIFor Representative j L B Herrlngton D 3024 For County Judge W R Shackleford D3038 I P F Adams Jr R2G56 For County Attorney O P Jackson D 3083 For County Court Clerk B Terrill D3032 In B Moores U2634 For Sheriff David A McCord D3022 Clayton Sanders R2635 For Jailer IN B Jones D2997 S F Johnson R2680 For Assessor IIShelby Taylor D2987 Norris R2650 For School Superintendent John Noland D3027 For Coroner Ceo W Samuels D2988 For Surveyor J W Moore D2634- Returns from Jackson County are still incomplete as we go to press but tho indications are stronglx for the elecUon of John M Moore of Drip Rock as County Judge and for the remainder of the regular ticket With two precincts still to hear from Lu ther Little was about three hundred ahead of his opponent Ed Rose while the indications were that Mr Moore would defeat Bishop Mulllns by about the same number BACK TO HARGISISM As nearly as could be ascertained the Democrats carried Breathitt County by about 400 majority and Judgo Redwlno is elected Circuit Judge There was Continued on fourth Page J Jill Tho other day a man refused to renew his subscription to The Citizen on tho ground that it had once printed something he didnot like IIo admitted the paper was one but he really didnt like that article We asked him how often he refused to eat dinner because there was one dish oil the table ho didnt like He saw the point and subscribed jlVtTHE MAN OF TOIL All honor to the hardy man of loll Who does his duty in his chosen field Bo that to guide the humble plow to wield The hoe and win his sustenance from the soil Be that from no immense task to recoil To gain the treasures rich which lie concealed yieldDeAll nonor to the man who runs the trill The press or who in letters or in art Creates a masterpiece who toils to know Now truths of science with will partLifeM H FREDERICK Brightshade Kentucky MISSING THE BEST THINGS There is a peculiar kind of meanesa which grips some people and makes them unable to take pleasure in anything unless they have it all their owu or at most share it with a very few people They call themselves exclusive and as a matter of fact they exclude most of the real pleasure and happiness of life A wealthy woman In Ireland was sick once just like commrn people and the nurse brought her a poached egg for her breakfast She ate it with pleasure as any of us would and KB she sank back into her soft bed remaked lJow delicious an egg isl What a pity they are so cheap that every body can have them Isnt that a nice way to look at itl Wanted tho pleasure of eating eggs all to herselfIt is so wi ii many things Such people want fruit out of sea son when it coats horribly they want furniture built differently from other peoples and books that other people cant understand These people dont understand them either but think it makes them theydontand all because they feel that it would be common and cheap to like what every healthy man or woman likes Providence was very kind to liming matters so that that kind of people are always cheating themselves The commonest things arc the best anywhere there is no drink BO good as cold water and the next best is good milk Coffee the third cheapest comes third in oxclleuce It is so with foods eggs and cornbread and good pork taste as well in a cabin as any fancy dish ever did in a high priced resturant or a kings palace and tho potato baked in the ashes bet ter than any other The fresh airof a cool morning ill more satisfying to both soul and body than any stuffy ball room or palatial parlor can bo andno Ulan is rich enough to hung on his walls such a picture as the Almighty flings across the Heavens twice daily or as can be seen from the front door of any cabin home in all our mountains No sculptor ever made for his ii6b patrons a statue which had the beauty every boyish lover sees in the figure of some blushing girl No costly damaskcovered bed can bring so sweet a slumber as comes to the honestly weary worker on his humble couch and no caterer can give to food the wonderful taste which the sauce of appetite uses to enrich tho meal of tho laborer And finally no bloodstained wealth can purchase such freedom its comes to every barefooted bareheaded boy a fishing along the creek nor the peaceful rest which greets at night tha man however poor who has that day workedwell for his home and family Riches Wealth Luxury What are they indeed that they should be purchased at tho cost of such joys ns these f And many are the rich men who would give their wealth riches and luxury for the power to enjoy the simple high delights with which every good homo is blest So sometimes the mountain fare is a little plain and tho mountain bed a little hard we can well afford to remember that within tile humble home is moro happiness that can be found under the broad and magnificent roof of any millionaires palace r FIRE THREATENS TOWN Forest Blaze Nearing Danger Marki When Stopped by Heavy Another Have Brought It to Limits of Town L One of the moot serious dangers which has threatened our town In along time was averted by the heavy rain storm last Monday night A sweepIIngwind was checked about a mile from the town line after having come five miles In coven hours Another hour or two would have brought tho flro to the edge of town and the fight to nt1leasttho ridge would have been on In earn estThe fire started about two oclock from an engine at tho Boons Gap Tunnel A fierce south wind was blow las and driven by this the lino ct fire started swiftly northward It tray eled nearly a mile an hour and by half past eight In splto of the efforts of about fifty men who were fighting It had reached the base of the ridge beyond the creek It it had once crossed that ridge it would have run Into long fields full of knee high grass and the last mllo town would have been covered in al few minutes I The fire was entirely beyond control Four flrellnes wero cut to stay its progress but It leaped each without pause or check So far as is known no houses wero burned back fires be ing started from each when tho fire neared Many men worked all tho afternoon and somo were enUrely exhausted when tho relief came InI the form of the first dash of rain from the thunden storm It is seldom thaltho town has had So narrow an eftape NED BLYTHE PASSES AWAY On Saturday evening Oct 30 1909 Mr Ned DIythe one of the oldest colored citizens of this vicinity died at his home on the Berea and Wall aceton Pike In his young days Mr Blythe was a- slave but when ha was set free by tho Emancipation Proclamation he came to tho mountains and bought land because it was much cheaper landI greatly Im It as he be came ablo to purchase until at last he owned ono hundred and fifty or more acre Ho was In the ninetyfourth year of his age when ho died and had been a citizen ot the community for over forty years Ho was highly respect ed by both whlto and black who knew account of tho unfaithfulness ot his followmen Mr Blytho in his oarly life learned to be very positive in dealing with hie follows But no ma ever attended more strictly to his own business than Mr Blythe Taken all In all ho was a worthy citizen and a Christian gentleman Equal to Any Two Women Ella Ewing tho Missouri giantess who Is nine feet six inches tall was a guest at the Hoxsey hotel In Mexico recently She was on the way to tho Bowling Green fair Two beds had to be put together so that she could sleep comfortably Kansas City Star BEREA OF TODAY An Old Graduates Impressions as He Returns After Years Doing a Doctor He Thinks the Hospital the Greatest Improvement How Others See Us To come back to Berea utter ten years absence Is like coming to a town made over so thoroughly that It is hardly recognizable The long lines of cement walks re placing tho old clay paths and cinder walks and the well painted and re paired houses of good modern style In place of the shacks that were co prevalent In the old days are a pleas ant sight to ouo who remembers Berea with an affection learned during yearn of the happiest period of his life spent hero and who acquired the best little woman In the world for his wife as a gift from the dear old town To see the campus filling up with fine largo buildings of beautiful design and good materials was an other thing to fill him with gladness A larao corps of well trained devot j ed Christian men and women who altha he was a personal stranger when they learned he was an alum nut made him feel that he was wel come and gave him every courtesy In ithelr power also made an old grad feel very good naIturallyand Davis made me very welcome and greeted me as an old friends I having once practiced under Dr Cornelius whun an updergraduate and all in vited me with true Kentucky warmth slid courtesy to see and assist In such cases as they thought I would he interested in- Wandering down to the hospital I found Dr Cowley from whom I reced ed the same courteous treatment tho other physicians had accorded mo 1 j spent many profitable hours with him looking over the students who come there principally for eye ear nose and throat troubles In which diseases ho has specialized- I was glad to observe a good feel Ing prevailing among the physicians of the placo for sad to say that Is not always true among doctors in small j places especially All of them arei working hero for the greatest good of all the people- I feel like congratulating the people of this vicinity on the excellent hos pital the college has so generously thrownopen to the students and gen eral public All doctors are made to feel welcome In bringing their patients there the prlco charged being only nominal to the students and to all less than half the phrlco charged In large hospitals where one does not receive the personal care that one does In a hospital of this size Tho nurses are kind and good the head nurse Miss Click a girl of this neighborhood who has received an excellent training Is very skillful and is now devoting her life to training girls in her noble takingsicktook her to the hospital as soon 03 a diagnosis of typhoid was made My dally vlslto gave me a good opportun ity to see the kind and skillful way in which the hospital staff of nurses carried out their duties During my stay several Important byttheall of them successful In preserving puttingthematlng room by the waY is one that a larger town might well be proud of It gives such a good placo to do an operation In with no bad results following The people ought never to consent to bo operated on at home If they can possibly get to tho hospital One can not afford to be operated on or bo sick at homo when he can EO cheaply and easily avail himself of th I cklllful care whero people are skilled In watching for troublo and where all materials and doctors are near at hand in caoo of an emergency Of all tho great many things Prea I Frost has obtained for Berea the hospital In my mind la one of greatest in its usefulness to the welI tare ot tho students and pqbllc as all are welcome be they students or citizens Dr Charles Webster Gould GEO SETTLE CONVICTED j George Settle was convicted for the second time last week on a charge preferred byi a girl under sixteen and was sentenced to ten years at hard labor His appeal for a rehearing was refused Over a year ago after his first conviction he scoured a new trial by raising a question as to the I girls ago and on promise of leaving the country but he came back and at tho trial was unable to support his contention as to the ago of the girl rrr I Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper COUNTY Conversion neighbors Herrington HourWould himOa profession IIH OUR OWN STATE Night Riders Not All Dead Yet Trouble In Breathitt County Be fore Election Taft Visits Ken tuckyOther News of Our Home StateRANKIN MAKES DENIAL M C Rankin Ccmmh loner of Agriculture has issued a statement In regard to the conduct of the County Farmers Institute la reply to the charge that the Republicans are making an effort to get control of the State Board of Agriculture In his statement Mr Rankin declares that the Republicans are not trying to make use of the Farmers Institute for political purposes THE NIGHTRIDERS The night rider situation in Mason County is etlll acute Farmers who have not pooled their tobacco are guarding their promises with loaded titles The offi torItroops but they do not think soldiers are needed SOLDIERS SENT TO BREATHITT Company C tho Lexington company x of tho Kentucky National Guard was ordered to Jackson last night by Ad jutant General Johnson following the receipt by acting Gov Wm H Cox Adlatus Tho troops left at midnight for tho scene of trouble on a special train over the Lexington and Eastern rail road and probably will not return un til the day after the election Tho trouble was brought on by the Red wino and Callahan followers making repeated attempts to get possession of tho ballots for the Election Nov 2 HICKMAN WELCOMES TAFT The welcome accorded President Taft at Hickman on Oat 27th was in true Kentucky form The town was n mass of decorations The flotilla was the grandest ever seen In those waters The people were lined up by the thousands artfar up town as could be seen On account of his voice President Taft was able only to talk but a few minutes lIe was tole WlUsonIand Ollie James At the end of the speeches COO school children sang My Old Kentucky Home d4thePresident was departing ho was pre Rented with a big Kentucky possum WALTER DAY PARDONEDAct- Ing Gov Cox announced Monday that he had pardoned Walter R Day under indictment In Perry and Breathitt counties on the charge of obtaining money under false pretense The pro secution of Day grew out of the tall ure of M B Day Co a lumber firm wasIcouldInever be convicted on the testimony GEN 0 Or HOWARD DEAD Major General O O Howard USA retired tho last of the prominent figures of the Civil War died last week Gen Howard was famous as the Christian Soldier and utter the war in which he reached the high rank of Corps Commander and won frequent cuccess he was appointed head of the Freedmans Bureau While he was In charge of that Bureau it made the contribution for Negro Edit cation from which Berea College built Howard Hall Gen Howard made a personal visit here In the Spring of 1897 speaking a couple of times and I jbelnp the central figure of a large gathering Many of our older real thatIoccasion His death removes the last of tho men who in the Clvl War held high command ion the Federal side and w believe on either side TOM MALONE ACQUITTED A case that created considerable Interest In circuit court last week was that of W T Malone on charge of killing of James Kenney at Berea jhiIof stealing chickens at tho horaoof Malone at tha time ho was shot and on this ground tho jury promptly dls missed tho defendantClimaxCOUNTY An usually large crowd was In town Monday but business was not as brisk as on October court day The mule market was far below that of tho preceding court as was also the horse market Aged mules sold from 150 to 200 Suckling mules brought from 45 to fCO Plug horses were not in demand and few sold brought HO to 70- The cattle market was more active the Madison stock Yards reporting 2600 cattle on tho market all of which wero sold heifers bringing from 2 to 350 per hundred and steers 350 to 460 per hundred L i r I WIilSPERING SMITH1 iy THANK H SPIAIDrAN le 0 I LLUc5TRATION6 BY ANDRE OWLESCOPVIUGHT 1908 CY CHAS 3f IBNCR JONJ uuu SYNOPSIS i Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck ers were called out to clear the railroad tracks at Creek McCloudJa young road superintendent clair and hit mon In the act of looting the wrecked train innocence declaring It only amounted to a small suma treat for the men McCloud discharged the whole outnt and ordered the wreckage burned McCloud became acquainted with Dicksle Dunning a girl of the west who came to look at the i wreck She rave him a message for Sin eiatr Wldspering Gordon told President Bucks of the railroad of Mo Clouds brave fight against a gang of crazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendents appointment to his hIgh office to board at the boarding house of Mrs Sln elalr the exforemans deserted wife Dlckste Dunning was the daughter of the late lUchard Dunning who had died of a broken heart shortly after his wlfes demise which occurred after one year of married life Sinclair visited Marion clalrs shop and a fight between him and McCloud was averted Smoky Creek bridge was mysteriously burned McCloud prepared to face situation President Bucks notified Smith that he had work ahead McCloud worked for flays and finally got the division running In fairly good order He overheard Dick ale criticising his methods to Sinclair A stock train was wrecked by- an open switch Later a passenger tram was held up and the express car Two men a posse pursuing the bandits were killed McCloud was notified that Whispering Smith was to hunt the desperadoes 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 I I ahead Dancing was told the stranger was Whispering Smith Smith ap t proached Sinclair lie tried to buy him off but failed lie warned McCloud that his life was In danger McCloud was car i I sled forcibly Into Lance Dunnlngs pres ence Dunning refused tho railroad a right of way he had already signed for Dfcksle Interfered to prevent a shooting affray Dlckste met McCloud on a lonely trail to warn him his life was In danger On his way home a shot through his hat Whispering Smith reported that Du Sang one of s gang had been assigned to kill McCloud He and Smith Raw Du Sang Whispering Smith taunt ed Du Sang and told him to get out of Medicine Dend or suffer Du Sang seemed to succumb to the bluff McClouds big construction was taken from him because of an Injunction Issued to Lance Dunning by the United States court A sudden rise of the Crawling Stone river created consternation Dicksle and Ma rlon appealed to McCloud for help Whis pering Smith joined the group lie and Dicksle spent the conversation SmIth giving the girlan outline of his life In the morning McCloud took his men to light the river Lance Dunning welcomed them cordially I JCHAPTER XXcontlnued I Let me talk with them Just what I should like Come on said Dicksle leading tho way to the chlcken yard I want you to see my bantams too I have three of the dearest little things Ono Is setting They are over the way Como see them first And oh you must see my new game chickens Truly you never saw anything as handsome as Caesarhes the rooster and I have six pullets Caesar Is perfectly su perb When the two reached the chicken house Dicksle examined the nest where she was setting the bantam hen This miserable hen will not set she ex claimed in despair Seo here Mr Smith she has left her nest again and is scratching around on the ground Isnt It a sharno Ive tied a cord taround her leg so she couldnt run away and she Is hobbling around like I I IPerhaps the eggs are too warm suggested her companion I have had great success In cases like this with powdered Icenot using too much of course Just shave the ice gently and rub it over the eggs one at a time it will often result In refreshing the at tention of the hen DIcksie looked grave Arent you ashamed to make fun of me Whispering Smith seemed taken aback It is really serious business Of course Very good Let me watch this hen for a few minutes and diagnose her You go on to your other chickens Ill stay here and think Dlckslo went down through the yards When she came balk Whis pering Smith was sitting on a cracker box watching the bantam The chick en was making desperate efforts to get off Dickslos cord and join its com panlons in the runway Smith was eying the bantam critically when Dlckslo rejoined him Do you usual ly he asked looking suddenly up i have success in setting roosters Now you are having fun with me again i No by heaven I I am not Have you diagnosed the case I have and I have diagnosed it as a case of mistaken Identity Identity Arid misapplied energy Miss Dick sle you haw tied up the wrong bird This is not a bantam hen at all this Is a bantam rooster Now that Is my judgment Compare him with the oth ers Notice how much darker his plumage isits the rooster declared Whispering Smith wiping the per plexity from his brow Dont feel bad not at all Cut him loose Miss Dlcksfe Klont hesitate do It on my responsibility Now lets look at tho cannibal leghornsand great Caesar CHAPTER XXI Between Girlhood and Womanhood v About nine oclock that night Puss ushered McCloud In from tho river Dlckslo came running downstairs to meet him Your cousin insisted I should come up to the house for some upper said a Cloud dryly J war nnn could have taken camp fare with tho men Gordon stayed there will himDlckslo held his bat In her hand and her eyes were bright In the fire light Puss must have thought the two mado a handsonto couple for she lingered as sho started for the kItch- en to look back Puss exclaimed her mistress frj a chicken right away I A big one Puss I Mr McCloud Is very hungry I know And be quick dot Oh how It tho river Mr McCloud Behaving like a lamb It hasnl fallen much but the pressure seems to be off the bank If you know what that means You must be a magician Things changed tho minute you came The last doctor usually gets credit for the cure you know Oh I know all about that Dont you want to freshen up Should you mind coming right to my room Marl on is in hers explained Dlckste and I am never sure of Cousin Lances ho has so many boots When she had disposed of McCloud she flew to the kitchen Puss was starting after a chicken Take a lantern Puss I whispered Dlckal ve hementlyNo dis nigger doa need no lantern fo chickens MIIiI Dicksle But get a good one Puts and make haste dot Mr McCIcntf must be starved I Where Is the baking powder Ill get the biscuits started Puss turned fiercely Now looka heah yo cant make biscuits Yo Jes go se down wif dat young genmn Jes lemma lone ef yo please I Dls aint de firs time 1 killed chickens Miss Dlckslo an made biscuits Sea clair out an se I down Place fr young ladles Is In do parlor I 01 Puss can cook supper fr one man yetet she has tol Oh yes Puss certainly I know ot course only get a nice chicken and with the parting admonition DIcksie smoothing her hair wildly hastened back to the living room But the harm was done Puss more excited than her mistress lost her head when she got to the chlcken yard and with sufficiently bad results When Dicksle ran out a few moments afterward for a glass of water for Mc Cloud Puss was calmly wiping her hands and In the sink lay the quiver- Ing form of young Caesar Dicksle caught her favorite up by the legs and suppressed a cry There could bo no mistake She cast a burning look on Puss It would do no good to storm now DIcksie only wrung her hands and returned to McCloud He rose In the happiest mood He could not see what a torment Dlckslo was in and took the water without asking himself why It trembled in her hand Her restrained manner did not worry him for he felt that his fight at the river was won and the prospect of fried chicken composed him Even the long hour before Puss calm and Inviting In a white cap and apron appeared to announce supper passed like a dream When Dicksle rose to lead the way to the dining room Mc Cloud walked on air the high color about her eyes intoxicated him Not till half the fried chicken with many compliments from McCloud had disap peared and the plate had gone out for the second dozen biscuits did ho notice Dlcksles abstraction Im sure you need worry no longer about the water ho obsorved reas suringly I think the worst of the danger Is past Dlckslo looked at the tablecloth with wideopen eyes I feel sure that It Is I am no longer worrying about thatIts nothing I can do or leave un done Is IU asked McCloud laughing a little as ho implied in his tone that she must bo worrying about some thingDicksle made a gesture of alarm Oh no no nothing Its a pretty good plan not to worry about anything Do you think so Why we all thought so last night Heavens McCloud drew back in hIs chair I never offered you a piece of chicken I What have I been think- Ing ofOh I wouldnt cat It anyway cried Dicksle You wouldnt It Is delicious Do have a plate and a wing at least Really I could not bear to think of It she said pathetically He spoke lower Something Is troubling you I have no right to a confidence I know be added taking a biscuitHer fell to the floor It Is nothing Pray dont mind me May I fill your cup she asked looking up I am afraid I worry too much over what has happened and cant be holped Do you never do that McCloud laughing wretchedly tore Caesars last leg from his body No indeed I never worry over what cant helpedThey the dining room Marlon came down But they had hardly seated themselves before the living room fire when a messenger arrived with word that McCloud was wanted at the river His chagrin at being dragged away was BO apparent that Yonder They Cornel I Marlon and Dlckslo sympathized with him and laughed at him I never worry about what cant be helped DIcks Ie murmured He looked at Marlon Thats a shot at me You dont want to go down do you ho asked Ironically looking from one to the other Why of course Ill go down responded Dlckslo promptly Marlon caught cold last night I guess so you will excuse her I know I will bo back In an hour Marlon and you can toast your cold while Im gone But you mustnt go alone protested McCloud Dlckslo lifted her chin the least bit I shall be going with you shall I not And It the messenger has gono back I shall have to guide you You never could find your way alone But I can go Interposed Marlon risingNot at all you can not gal announced DIcksie I can protect both Mr McCloud and myself If he should arrive down there under the wing of two women ho would never hear the last of It I am mistress hero still I think and I shant be leaving home you know to make the trip McCloud looked at Marlon I never worry over what cant be helpedthough It Is dollars to cents that those fellows dont need me down there any more than a cat needs two tails And how will you get back he asked turning to DIck sle I will ride back returned Dicksle loftily But you may If you like help me get my horse up Are you sure you can find your way back persisted McCloud Dlckslo looked at him In surprise Find my way bath she echoed softly I could not lose It I can ride over any part of this country at noon or at midnight asleep or awake with a saddle or without with a bridle or without with a trail or without Ive ridden every horse that has ever come on the Crawling Stone ranch I could ride when I was three years old Find my way backT Tho messenger had gone when the two rode from the house The sky was heavily overcast and the wind blow such a gale from the south and west that ono could hardly hear what the other said McCloud could not bate ridden from the house to the barn in the utter darkness but his horro followed DIcksios She halted frequently on the trail for him to come up with her and after they bad crossed the alfalfa fields McCloud did not care whether they ever found the path again or not Its great Isnt it he exclaimed coming up to her after opening a gate in the dark Whore are you This way laughed Dicksle Look out for the trail here Give me your hand and let your horse have his head If ho slips drop off quick on this side McCloud caught her hand They rode for a moment in silence the horses stepping cautiously All right now said Dicksle you may lot go But McCloud kept his horse up close and clung to the warm hand Tho camp is just around the bill murmured Dicksle trying to pull away But of course if you would IfJce to ride in holding my hand you mayNo said McCloud of course not not for worlds But Miss Dlckslo couldnt wo ride back to the house and ride around the other wdy Into camp I think the other way Into the campsay around by the railroad bridgewould be prettier dont you For answer she touched Jim lightly with her lines and his spring released her hand very effectively As she did so the trail turned and the campfire whipped In the high wind blazed be tore them Whispering Smith and Lance Dun ning were sitting together as the two galloped up Smith helped Dlckslo to alight She was conscious of her color and her eyes wero now unduly bright Moreover Whispering Smiths glance rested so calmly on both McClouds taco and her own that Dlckslo felt as It ho saw quite through her and know everything that had happened since they left the house Lance was talking to McCloud Dont abuse the wino McCloud was saying Its our best friend tonight Mr Dunning It is blowing the wa ter offshore Where is tho trouble For answer Dunning led McCloud off toward the bend and DIcks Ie was left alone with Whispering Smith He made a seat for her on the wind ward side of the big fire When she had seated herself she looked up In great contentment to ask If he was not going to sit down beside her The brown coat the high black hat and the big eyes of Whispering Smith had already become a part of her mental store She saw that ho seemed pro occupied and sought to draw him out of his abstraction- I am so glad you and Mr McCloud are getting acquainted with Cousin Lance she said end do you mind my giving you a confidence Mr Smith Lance has been so unreason able about this matter of the rail roads coming up tho valley and pow wowing so much with lawyers and ranchers that ho has been forgetting about everything at homo He Is so much older than I am that he ought to be the sensible one of the family dont you think so It frightens me to have him losing at cards and drinking I am afraid he will get Into some shoot- Ing affair I dont understand what has come over him and I worry about It I believe you could Influence him If you knew him What makes you think that asked Whispering Smith but his eyes wore on the fire Because these men be spends his time with In townthe men who fight and shoot so muchare afraid of you Dont laugh at me I know it la quite true In spite of their talk I was afraid of you myself until Until But I think it Is because I dont understand things that I am so afraid I am not naturally a coward Im sure I could not be afraid of you If I understood things hotter And there Is Marion She puzzles me She will never speak of her husbandI dons know why And I dont know why Mr McCloud is BO hard on Mr Sinclair Mr Sinclair seems so kind and good naturedWhispering Smith looked from the fire into Dickslos eyes What should you say If I gave you a con fidenceShe opened her heart to his search ing gaze Would you trust mo with a confidence Ho answered without hesitation You shall see Now I havo many things I cant talk about you understand But if I had to give you a secret this Instant that carried my life I ahouliVnt fear to do Itso much for trusting you Only this too su nnnnto what I say Dont over quote me or let It appear that you any more than know me Can you manage that Really Very good you will understand why In a minute The man that is stirring up all this trouble with your Cousin Lanco and in this whole country is your kind and good natured neighbor Mr Sinclair I am prejudiced against him let us admit on start and remember It in estimating what I say But Sinclair Is tho man who has turned your cous ins head us well as made things In other ways unpleasant for several of us Sinclair I toll you so you will understand everything more than your cousin Mr McCloud or Marlon Sinclair understandSInclair Is n trnlnwrcckcr and a murderer That makes you breathe hard doesnt It but it Is so Sinclair Is fairly edu cated and highly intelligent capable Iin every way daring to tuo limit and In a way fascinating It ra no wonder bo has a following But his following Is divided Into two classes The men that know all the secrets and the men that dontmen like Itebstock and Du Sang and men like your cous in and a hundred or so sports in Medl cine blend who see only the glamour of Sinclairs pace Your cousin sym pathizes with Sinclair when ho doesnt actually side with hIm All this has helped to turn Sinclairs head and this is exactly the situation you and McCloud and r and a lot of others aro up against They dont know all this hut I know It and now you know It Let mo tell you something that comes close to home You havo a cowboy on the ranch named Karghe Is called Flat Nose Karg was a railroad man lIe Is a cattlethief a train robber a murderer and a spy I should not tell you this if you wero not gamo to the last drop of your blood But I think I know you better than you know yourself though you never saw me until last night Karg Is Sinclairs spy at your ranch and you must never feel It or know It but ho is there to keep your cousins sympathy with Sin clair and to luro your cousin his way And Karg will try to kill George Mo Cloud every time ho sets toot on this ranch remember that Then Mr McCloud ought not to be here I dont want him to stay If ho Is In danger exclaimed Dlcktle But I do want him to come hero as If it mattered nothing and I shall try to take care of him I have n man among your own men a cowboy named WickwIre who will bo watching Karg and who Is just as quick and Karg not knowing ho was watched would be taken unawares If Wlckwlro goes elsewhere to work some one else will take his place hero Karg is not on the ranch now ho Is up north hunt Ing up some of your steers that were run off last month by his own cronies Now do you think I am giving you confidenceShe at him steadily If I can only deserve it all In tho distance she heard the calling of tho men at the river borne on the wind Tho shock of what had been told her the strangeness of the night and of the cccne left her calm Fear had given way to responsibility and Dlckslo teemed to know herself You have nothing whatever to do to deserve It but keep your own coun sel But listen a moment longer for this In what I have been leading up to ho said Marlon will get a mes sago tomorrow a message from Sin clair asking her to come to see him at his ranch houso before she goes back I dont know what ho wants but she Is hIs wife lIe has treated her infamously that Is why she will not live with him and does not speak of him But you know how strange a woman Isor perhaps you dont she doeS always cease to caro for a man when she ceases to trust him I am net In Marlons confidence Miss Dick sle She is another mans wife I cannot tell how she feels toward him I know cJio has often tried to reclaim him from his deviltry She may try again that is sho may for one reason or another go to him as he asks I could not Interfere If I would I have no right to if I could and r will not Now this Is what Im trying to get up the courage to ask you Should you dare to go with her to Sinclairs rnnrH It she docltoc to gs to him T Certainly I should dare After all you know After all I knowwhy noU Then in case she does go and you go with her you will know nothing whatever about anything of course unless you get the story from her What I fear la that which possibly may come of their intoivlow Ho may try to kill herdont be frightened lie will not succeed if you can only make sure he doesnt lead her away on horseback torn the ranchhouse or get her alone lit a room She has few friends I resicct and honor her be causo she and I grow up as children together in the same little town In Wisconsin I knew her folks all of them and Ive promised themyou know to have a kind of care of her- I think I know He looked selfconscious even at her tone of understanding I need not try to deceive you your Instinct would be poor U it did not tell you moro than I ought to Ho came along and turned her head You need fear nothing for yourself In going with her and nothing for her If you can cover Just thoso two points can you remember Not to tat her go away with him on horseback and not to leave her where she will bo nlono with him in the house I can and will I think as much of Marlon as you do I am proud to bo able to do something for you How little I have known you I I thought you wore everything I didnt want to knowIts nothing ho returned easily except that Sinclair has stirred up your cousin and tbo ranchers as well as the Williams Cache gang and that makes talk about me 1 have to do what I can to make this a peaceable country to live in The railroad wants decent people hero and doesnt want Urn other kind and It falls on mo un fortunately to keep the other kind moving I dont like It but wo can none of us do quite what we please In making n living Let me toll you this ho turned to fix his eyes seriously on hers Believe anything you hear of me except that I have over taken human life willingly or save in dls charge of my duty But thIs kind of work makes my own life an uncertAin- ty as you can see I do almost literally carry my life In my hand for II my hand Is not quicker every time than n mans eye I am done for then and there It is dreadful to think of Not exactly that but It Is some thing I cant afford to forgetIWhat would become of tho lives ot tho friends you protect if you were killedYou say you care for Morton Sin t clair I should like to think It any thing should happen to me you wouldnt forget herT I never wilL Ho smiled Then I put her 10Jcharge of the man closcrt to mo t George McCloud and tho woman ahe thinks the most of In the world ex I copt her mother What Is this art they back Yonder they come Wo found nothing serious Mo Cloud said answering their questions as ho approached with Lance Dunning The current la really swinging away but the bank Is caving In whore It was undermined last night lit stopped before Dlckslo I am trying to get your cousin to go to tbo house and go to bed I am going to stay all night but there Is no necessity for his staying Damn It McCloud Its not right protested Lance taking off his hat and wiping his forehead You need the sloop moro than I do I say he lathe ono to go to bod tonight con tinued Lance putting it up to Whis poring Smith And I insist by the Almighty that you two take him back to the house with you now Whispering Smith raised his hand It this Is merely a family quarrel about who shall go to bed let us conn promise You two stay up all night and let mo go to bed Lance however was obdurate It seems to bo a family charactertistic of tho Dunnlngs to have their own way ventured McCloud after some further dispute It you will have It so Mr Dunning you may stand watch tonight and I will go to tho house Riding back with McCloud Dtcksla and Whispering Smith discussed tho flood McCloud disclaimed credit for the Improvement In the situation II the current had hold against us as It did yesterday nothing I could have dono would havo turned It he said Honesty is the best policy ol course observed Whispering Smith I like to see a modest manand you want to remind him of all this when ho sends In his bill he suggested speaking to Dlckslo In the dark But ho added turning to McCloud admit ting that You are right dont take tho trouble to advertise your view of It around hero It would be only decentIstrategy for us in the valley just now to take a little of the credit duo to tho wind TO DO CONTINUED Needed to Begin at Home Two young women wore scheduled to read papers on the rearing of chIl- dren In connection with a mothers meeting their husbands being left at home to put the two children to bed They lived in adjoining apartments The young women attended the meeting read the papers and after the discussion on the caro of InfantsIadjourned to the homo ot a refreshments Whoa they reached home at 1130 the tm husbands had joined forces and were frantically pacing tho floor each carrying a shrieking baby His Efforts Wasted Lecturer on rtDefore I sIt down I shall bo happy to answer any ques dons that any of you may wish to ask Gentleman In audiancoI have enjoyed the lecture much sIr and have understood it all except a few technical terms Will you please tell me what you mean by the words perspective fresco and mtckloanje lo Lecturer sits down discour aged Chicago TrlbUft I Paula Prisoner The Shipwreck SaaiJiy School Lear for NOT 7 1909 SptcUllr Amoted for This Paper LESSON TEXTACU 2727M10 Mtm orr verses 9 10 GOLDEN TEXTThft lArd redoemeth the soul of his servants and none of them lint trust In him hall be danolate Pno 312- 2TIMBKarly in November A D 69 or 9 PLACE BL Pauls bay on the north east shore of the Ida d of Malta In the Mediterranean sea 150 mild uouthweal of the mot southerly point of Italy Suggestion and Practical Thought What the storm and wreck revealed as to the character of Paul the mis sionary Hero For nearly seven months wo have been studying tho character of Paul under a great variety of circum stances We have found him con scientious consecrated to God do voted to the good and the salvation of Ills fellow men energetic wise cour ageous joyful faithful persevering independent unselfish courteous of strong feelings but selfcontrolled saintly and true Wo have seen him chiefly at his missionary work In this storm and wreck wo see him from another point of view connected with bodily interests physical needs liathings pertaining to ordinary human as a man among men not as ono line said a long distanco pastor but I In closo touch with humanity I Tho Manly Authority of a Tested CharacterVs 2732 Tho fourteenth I nlghthT 27 from tho time they loft Fair Havens in Crete when the storm began Driven up and down tossed by tho waves and borne along In Adria not tho Adriatic sea but the namo then given to the central blain of tho Mediter ranean The shlpmcn deemed that they drew near to eomo country 29 They cast four anchors out of tho stern Anchoring from the stern is unusual but much the best under tho circumstances for it would leave them free to sail to either shore when i daylight come During the dreary f waiting whllo they wished for the day tho sailors tried to save them selves at the expense of all tho resti by means of the boat the ono visible way of reaching tho shore But Paul noticing the plan appealed to the centurion and tho soldiers to put aj stop to It The sailors had the boat l but the soldiers had tho weapons and the power Paul therefore appealed j to the soldiers for ho saw clearly that r 31 except these abide In the t ship yo cannot bo saved as had been promised Those who went in the boat would doubtless bo drowned and oven if they reached tho shore there wero none loft to manago the ship especially it the officers of the ship wcro among thoso who planned so selfishly for their own safety The soldiers put an end to tho plan by cutting the ropes and setting the boat adrift Nothing was too good for Paul after that and when at last tho ship broke and tho roll call was made on land every man soldier and sailor sang out cheerily Hero And when at last Paul got to Rome Capt Julius and his soldiers did not soon tiro of tolling to wife and child and sweet heart how tho JUdo preacher had saved them from tho angry deep II Caro for the Physical Comfort and Health of Ills Companions Va 3338 While the day was coming As soon as it was light enough to find food Continued fasting took no regular meals 34 I pray you take some meat food for your health safety they would need to put their bodies in the best condition to give them tho strength needed to reach tho sharp 35 Ho began to eat To lead them on by his example he himself did what ho advised them to do 36 Then were they all of good cheer Tho hearty cheerfulness Is it too colloquial a phrase to say the I pluck of tho apostle had communi cated Itself as by a kind of electric sympathy to his companions III Paul Doing tho Commonest Du ties to Help his Companions Acts 2816 1 They know recognized that tho Island was called Melita now shortened Into Malta IV Paul Healing tho SickVs 710 I Publlus the governor of the island living not far away entertained the I company for three days till they had time to mako other arrangements Tho father of tho governor lay crit ically sick of dysentery Paul prayed for him and laid his hands on him anti healed him This gave Paul an opportunity to preach the gospel For Paul bad no credentials that would boot use and as a prisoner suspicion would bo cast upon him Bo that God himself gnVr him tho best credentials by bestowing on him miraculous pow erePnul healed many others and as Christs works of healing showed his kindness and love for men and re ourIsick expressed the kindliness of the gospel Casting Away Cares Treat cares as you treat sins nand them over to Jesus ono bY one as they occur Commit them to him Roll them upon him Mako them his By an act of faith look to him saying This Lord and this and this I can not bear Thou hast taken my sins Take my cares I lay them upon thee and trust thee to do for mo all and more than all I need I will trust and be not afraldReT F B Meyer To low they build who build beneath tho stars Young I Styles in Hats The three hats Illustrated here are entirely different from each other Each one Is typical of ono of tho threo distinct classes of millinerythe dress lint the semi dress hat and tho utility lint Milliners usually distinguish these classes by tho terms dross hats trimmed hats and tail ored hats Fig 1 is an example of tho dress hat which wo aro all prone to call a pattern hat It is a chamois colored felt trimmed with marabout down and cOQuo feathers not an extreme ex ample of dainty and fragile millinery but too light and too elaborate for ordinary wear Tho tlmo when one hat had to do senIce for all occa lions is long past This hat and oth ers of its class are out of place for general wear If one can only affords single hat she must turn tier face resolutely away from this character of millinery A trimmed hat which will be very generally useful Is shown In Fig 2 Ct Is of black corded silk trimmed with t very large bow mado of black taffeta silk having the ends fringed oqt The oow is mounted with a large bunch of black silk violets at one side and the oat Is one of thoso becoming new shapes which turn up In tho back and ire lifted in a slight angle from the now These silk hats como In all tho reasons fashionable colors so that cues choice is not limited In the mat for of color White hats with black nclngs and tho reverse aro made up with black trimming Into models it great distinction This hat Is a good choice for women who do not PRINCESS COSTUME This coctumo Is In old rose cash more tho dress Is n semifitting Prin cess with panel back and front stitched at each edge two lint pleats extend from tho panel each side and are fixed under a pointed tab of silk folds of silk are laid under the edge ot panel and partlv fill In tune round neck tho over sleevea being bound with tho same Tho small yoke is of silk muslin Materials required Three yards 46 Inches wide 34 yard silk Scant Skirts In splto of the many rumors to tho contrary tho newest skirts still glvo tho scant effect about tho feet They are many of then especially thoso having the Byzantine yoke mado quite full above tho knees by menus pf sldo plaits and In other ways but about the ankles they again become fitting This is dono by the uBeflr weights tn the hem and also by tho absence of stiff petticoats oftentimes the soft satin lining of the skirt It self being the only covering below the knees The marked Home Gownlgowns are a short less and halt decolloto neck The semi decolletages are not only allowed but commanded by fashion If the neck Is covered at all by the afternoon dress It Is only by transparent fabrics that never rlso above the collar line Harpora Bazar J go out often and vbo feel a dressier model unnecessary It is a beautiful hat for church near Worn with bright dressy gowns It will servo for a multitude of social occasions In fact a hat of this character is very generally useful and Comes nearer to answering all requirements than another sort In Fig 3 a tailored hat Is shown The shapo is nobby and mannish and Is covered with plain taffeta silk shirred onto tho frame This and similar shapes are shown covered with tho moire and corded silks which aro found on all kinds of millinery this season For these hats tho trimming Is of tho very simplest character It amounts to only a finish of some sort A band and flat bow of velvet kid or ribbon Sometimes a buckle or other ornament Is used A simple rain proof feather Is not out of place but tho best effects aro those in which feathers and flowers aro conspicuous by their absence This is the hat for the tallormado costume for the street and for traveling In the estimation of many people of excellent tasto and judgment It is the sort of millinery which should bo worn at church It is smart inconspicuous and well made like a tailored gown Those hats that aro mado of plain silk are easier to keep from dust than the shirred varieties In passing It should be remembered that hats must be dusted with very soft brushes or wiped off with n scrap of plush or vel vet Nothing Is quite so good as a piece of silk plush for keeping mil finery clean- RUSSIAN CAFTAN MUCH LIKED Practical Fashion Has Been Eagerly Taken Up and Made a Sea sons Mode One of the newest and most practi cal of fashions that aro being adopted Is tho Russian caftan a coatlike garment which is similar to that worn by Tolsloy the great Russian author in pictures with which we are familiar Tho coat has a round or square neck a slightly bloused bodice part and a straight bottom edge that ends Just above tho knees It is confined at the waist line by a satin bolt or to make it more realistic a silk cord Tho edges of tho coat are bound with satin for winter garment bands of fur will be used The fastening Is of ornamental or perfectly plain but tons and eutln cord or braided but tonoholesThis may be developed to the extreme but in its simpler form Is moro dignified The stylo promises to bo a popular ono for smart fall and winter cos withblousesof tho material trimmed with satin in a harmonizing tone or what is saferyet black will be In good taste for the welldressed woman New Type of Gown Pretty semievening gowns called abroad casino gowns are being worn with but slight decolletage and trans parent gulmpcs of tulle or mousseline Tho materials used on gowns of this crepodearetrImmedcollarlessbeautiful vet or Jet aro worn so that the gown may bo becoming with a hat Somehow a collarless gown and a picture hat aro not always a pretty combination Tunics gainedInchiffondrapedtrasting shade of satin with a bit of embroidery on the edge of the tunic Some striking combinations are nas turtium orange chiffon with touches of gold over gray green satin dark lightblueembroideryin Correct Veils Taupe Is the leading shade in plain mesh veils and those mado of a wiry thread In the large hexagonal type are unusually becoming to tho com plexlon Another mesh veilur finer weave Is covered with tint velvety pastilles square in shapo und scat tered over tho surface it close tntor vals BIBLE NOT ETHICAL Thirteen Chicago University Pro fessors 0 K the Statement Holy Book Is Neither the Compen dium of Truth Nor Theology De Glares an Official Editorial In the Biblical World Chicago The divinity school of tho University of Chicago gave the world another startling bit of advanced the ology when tho 13 editors of the Bibli cal World put their O K on tho state ment that tho Bible Is Iot a compen dium of ethics and never was intend ed to be The argument appeared In tho form of an editorial in the magazine of which Prof Ernest DeWitt Burton D D head of the department of New Testament literature and interpreta tion is the editorinchief The asso crate editors are members of tho fac ulty and their unanimous approval Is necessary before an editorial goes to the printer Often two or three col laborate on an article The editorial makes tho argument that the ethical methods of Jesus wero Ideal In that they were elastic and ad justed to nt conditions as they were foundIn interview Dr Burton elaborat ed on tho presentments made In the editorial in a manner to emphasize what many persons had read between the lines viz that Sunday baseball and othpr personal enjoyment of the Sabbath were not necessarily sinful In tho minds of the 13 professors Dr Burton did not mention baseball in his discourse nor did bo mention saloons but he left room for some very plain Inferences As did the editorial he held that the Bible was not an Iron clad depository of truth and arbl Prof Ernest D Burton trary rules of conduct but a historical record And no less an authority than Jesus hlm elf was cited in support of his positionThe Is not a compendium of truth nor even of theology said Dr Burton It is a record of religious and ethical experiences rather than tho last authority and a composition of all theological truth such as It is held to be by most churches Taking tho Bible nV the beginning and following it through we find it everchanging according to the con ception of tho times Wo cannot take It as a compendium and opening it say There is the law thero is the truthParts of the editorial read as fol lowsWhat shall wo say concerning tho commands of Jehovah in the Old Ted tament to exterminate the women and children of a vanquished toeT How shall we account for the fact that the Old Testament heroes indulged in polygamy forbidden by our modern laws How can we teach total ab Btlnenco from a Bible which repre rents Jesus as partaking of wine at feasts and which even tolls how he miraculously produced wino from wa ter on one occasion when tho supply fell short How for example can a Christian gain in intelligent understanding of the issues at stake in tho modern conflict between capital and labor if ho simply confine himself to a reading of tho Bible How shall ho gain de fensible moral convictions concernin the ethics of child labor If he confine his attention to a literature which never dreamed of tho possibility of modern factories and machinery When ono turns to tho Gospels ono cannot fall to bo impressed with the way In which Jesus taught moral ity directly from life rather than b tho methods of tho scribes Ho de termined what was right in any in stance by examining the situation it self When sickness needed to be healed the interests of suffering hu manity were of moro importance to him than the Jewish legislation con corning tho Sabbath- Is it not time that we Should cease to apologize for this method of Bibli cal study which has been universally adopted In our seminaries Cure Effected by Radium Tho latest use of radium was upon a case of fllarlasls or blood worm disease in Paris In this mosquitocaused disease tho blood at night swarms with millions upon millions of micro scopic maggots plugging up and inflaming add swelling the kernels IE tho armpits A short course of radium In tho armpits cured tho 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those who must leave for teachers exami nations 11645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for fray weekgOn board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occas- Ioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalt of tho amount which tho student has paid for the remaining weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re I willybe received as cash by Berea on dent in person or a brother or sister if presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is September 15 1909 The first day of Winter term is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA 1 That Premium Knife takes thee eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they seo it and to get a 75 cent knife 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 X125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not gtff it you ought to haveM INTENSIVE FARMING Timely Articles on Mountain FarmingScience for the Fathers Conducted By F O CLARK Sheltering Stock in Winter llr CLAKK WILSON The old saying good shelter and a curry comb Is a halt feed Is more than true lots of farmers think Tho poor old horse or cow standing out In the cold rain In winter Is doing no good It takes a large part of their food to keep tho body warm and what Is left Is not sufficient to keep them in good fix It should be the aim of every farmer to have a comfortable place to keep his stock In winter If your barn Is not large enough to shelter all your cattle either mako It larger or sell some of them Some time our barns are large enough but they are not comfortable By nil means havo a barn that will turn tho north wind which blows nil winter In the Iowa experiment station tests were made to this effect They had a bunch of steers feeding In a shelter pen with all sides open In another lot they fed a herd of steers which were sheltered from the north wind Tho steers kept in the pen which was only sheltered from tho north side made a much greater gain on precisely the same feed Above all wo want a warm dry place for our stock to sleep At night is when the food Is manufactured into flesh but If a great part of the food which the brute has eaten that day must go to keep the body from freez ing while lying on the cold earth then you see the animal will be that much poorer If the water runs Into your barn ditch around It and turn the water off If the water naturally rises In your barn put In a board floor you will never regret tho time and money spent If the manure Is banked in your stable and causes a slop get It out Build a little shed just back of your barn and put the manure In It This shed can be built very cheaply and It will pay you the first year and besides it will help to hold the fertility of the manure Bedding our stock Is something we mountain farmers seldom practice We seem to think it is not worth while SCHOOL LAWS REVISED State Educational Commission Has Practically Completed the Main Feature of Its Work Tho State Educational Commission which has been at work for the past year revising and codifying the school lawr of tho State has practically com pleted the main features of the report which it will make to the next ses stop of the General assembly Of course many details are yet to be considered but recognizing the very general Interest felt In the work Dr Georgo J Ramsey secretary of the commission has authorized the follow ing statement and synopsis of the more Important changes recommended THE STATEMENT It Is never an easy task to construct an efficient system of laws which either touch the pocketbooks and affects the home life or define the dally occupation of more than a million people In the case of the Educational Commission the difficulty and delicacy of the task have been In creased by certain constitutional limit tlon and by tho selfImposed limita tions that no greater burden than at present must be laid upon the tax payers and that the existing order must be changed only in so far liS change id absolutely necessary to effi ciency In pursuance of this policy the com mission after a careful and exhaustive study of conditions and laws in this and other States of the Union and after consulting with education al leaders at home and abroad has outlined a code covering the whole common school system of the State The effect of this code Is Intended to be evolutionary rather than revolu tionary In character providing for a gradual growth Into a larger and richer educational life rather than for any abrupt changes It alms especially to provide oarer and saner guardianship of tile States funds Increased effi ciency In the service rendered and greater equality of opportunity to all the children of the Commonwealth Tc tills end tho law first of all replaces tho present exofflclo State Board of Education consisting of the State Superintendent Secretary of State and Attorney General by a pro IrC1lonal board constituted as follow v The Board of Trustees of the State University shall nominate two from i tho faculty of that Institution tile Boards of Regents of the Eastern and Western Normal Schools shall each nominate one from the faculties if their respective institutions and the Kentucky College Association Incorporated I shal nominate two from too If we would only try It a while we will think differently The bedding- Is a cheap article straw leaves and old trashy hay make a comfortable bedding These will mix up with the manure and therefore be profit able In the second place your horses will not be scalded and dirty when you lead them out of the stable The scratches is a disease caused by the horses standing In wet manure or mudAnd above all It gives a fellow some satisfaction In tho cold winter nights to know that his stock Is warm and sleeping comfortably as well as him self This lack of shelter Is why our young stock does not grow as well as It should A calf Is weaned along In September It gets along quite well until cold weather then tho teed It gets Is not sufficient to keep It going and keep It heated at the same time so the result Is a horny frame which Is half the next summer getting started again How many farmers In the mountain are fattening some hogs for their win ter bacon 7 Some of these hogs are out In an open field while some are In pens with board floor These hogs are eating corn every day which will be worth a dqllar a bushel next year so you wan to feed them as little as possible to make tho most meat The hog which Is compelled to nleej on tho cold wet floor of the pen will only mend threefourths as fast ot the same feed as the hog which has- a warm sheltered bed of leaves or strar It will not take but little time to ptt a bed room to your hog pen and leaves are the best bedding hogs can have so try this for a time and you will always keep It up If your hogs are in the open field build them a shed and bed it with leaves also Tho experiment station of the northern elateD have tried this and found that a hog sleeping In a warm bed will make a better gain on the same feed than the one sleeping out in the weather The Kentucky experimental station has also found great value In good shelter for cattle faculties of colleges Included In its membership By and with tho con sent of the Senate the Governor shall appoint one from each ot these three groups of two eligibles together with one city superintendent ono county superintendent and one teacher actually engaged in common school work and these six appointees after taking the oath required of all the State officers shall constitute with tho State Superintendent tho Ken tucky State Board ot Education Tc this board has been given the general supervision of finances the power to enforce tho school laws and to make such supplementary regula tions as may be necessary for the eff1 clent administration of the schools In addition to the preparation by tire State Board of examinations ques tions for teachers certificates as at present tho new law provides that all papers shall be returned to the State Board and graded under its direction and that all certificates when approv ed by the superintendent thereof Pro vision is also made tor the certification of high school teachers and for the issue of special certificates to teachers of branches outside of the curriculum such as kindergarten music manual training etc Of course the law is not retroactive and certifi cates already granted are not affected thereby To the State Superintendent have been given somewhat larger power of inspection and supervision and he is made the executive officer of the board With the approval of the board he Is to have the appointment of two Inspectors whoso duty It shall be to scrutinize and standardize the work of tho high schools and to coun sel with county boards superintend ents and teachers Judged by results In other states these Inspectors should do much to promote harmony stimulate interest and increase ef ficiency The commission has recommended few changes In the County Board Law ae passed by tho last General Assem bly but tho practical experience of a year has ohown a few roughnesses and omissions conducive to friction Under the proposed code the subdis trict trusteo may delegate the enforcement of tho law for compulsory at tondwico and the taking of the school census tho he must remain respon sible for the efficient performance of these duties The County Superln tendent Is permitted to flU vacancies 1111 the trusteeship of subJUtrlcts until the next meeting of the division board Fractional subdistricts and consolidation and transportation are provided for However a few Important- I WE PAY TOP PRICES For all country produce We want clean eggs and old hens especially DEPOT STREET GaTT BROS changes are recommended The first given the County Board power to dis tribute the annual per capita under certain restrictions among the subdis trlcts of the county In such propor tion aa will In the judgment of the board most nearly equalize tho oppor tunities offered to the pupil children of each subdistrict a second gives the board more discretion In the location of high schools and a third permits the State to aid county high schools whenever there is a surplus to the credit of tho Stato School fund after an annual per capita appropriation of four dollars has been made With reference to the County Superintendent the more important recommendations of the commission ate that he be required to devoto hlq whole time to the duties of the office and that tho minimum and maximum sal aries be raised from four and fifteen to six and eighteen hundred dollars respectively He is relieved of his duties as treasurer of the board and the way is opened for him as the executive officer of the board to exercise a closer and more effective super visionTo bring about a more just and equal distribution of the Stato fund to teachers the following recommen dation Is proposed- a No teacher holding a third grade elementary certificate shall be paid a salary of less than twentyfive or more than thirty dollars per school month from tho Stato school fund b No teacher houiug a second grade elementary certificate shall be raid less than thirty or more than forty dollars per school month from the State school fund- c No teacher holding n first grade elementary certificate shall bo paid a salary less than thirtyfive nor more than sixty dollars per school month from the State school fund d No teacher shall be paid from tho State ccbcol fund more than the minimum salary for tho grads of cer tificate hcd except for such months as tho average attendance of pupil children shall equal or exceed two fifths of the census enrollment In the cubdlstrlct Of course the county Board may supplement these ealarlca from the county fund 1f It seems wise In the matter of county institutes It is pioposea that tho State Board dc te mane tho qualifications of Institute Instructors and issue licenses to those deemed competent That the present tom be abolished and in lieu thereof a stated sun be granted to each coun ty for tho conduct of Institutes for white teachers For colored teacher It provides that the State shall be divided Into not more than ten ells tricts and the institutes conducted In the same manner ac for whites save that a State Inspector or some other person appointed by tho State Board chall take the plato and perform tho duties of the Ccunty Superintendent in the viillo Institute Tub enumeration Includes tho more Important changes GO far as tho new shoo law will nfiVct tho rural com tuurJtles Outwardly these changes will scarcely bo noticeable but faith fully enforced they will mean economy of time money and effort and Increased opportunity for vigorous Growth throughout the common schooI system The commission is now working on charters tot ClUES of the first four classes and hopes with the advico cf tho friends of education In those clUe to bo able to present a feasible plan base on c knowledge of oun own po cullu condition and on tho experi ence of other cities In the Union Thus tar It has taado no revision of the law governing graded schools or compul cory attendance and will probably offer ao recommendations with reference to State Inctltutlons except that the present laws goverlng these insti tutions be codified and that the schools for the deaf and for the blind e recognized as a part off the public school system Within the limits of a newspaper article It in Iinposclblo to deal with details but tho Commission hopes within a short time to Issuo a bul letin containing all the suggested changes to the law In tho mean time it welcomes suggestions from all who an interested in better conditions for Kentuckys children Native town patriotism is the mother of home success Good things to sell proper publicity in this and sticktoitiveness win buyers in this vicinitybuyers mean money money bungs every thing to your door a OoprHbl 1MO bra W N VI COZZENS WAS PERPLEXEDHe His Wifo I 1Andsort of way he contentedly attuned his ears to catch a spirited reply from Mrs Cozzens but as for Mrs Cozzens Mra Cozzens fooled him and the only I response he heard was a rattle of dishes In tho kitchen where Mrs C I was preparing tho evening meal Isnt ready yet eh T he cried Isnt ready yet eh t And again he attuned him ears to catch the customary No It Isnt ehl but again Mrs Cozzens him placing her head disappointedj kitchen doorway Instead sharply to him through the door and saying Just a minute or two Henry Im sorry Im so late 0 youre sorry eliT cruelly de manded Mr Cozzons flinging himself Into his evening chair and rattling the evening paper Youre sorry eh i Ill only be a minute now said I I Mrs Cozzens Huh cried Mr Cozzens When I i come home hungry I like my dinner- I work hard all day I do and I need IDut Mrs Cozzens had returned to the kitchen i Sorryl exclaimed Mr Cozzens bit terly raising his voice Yes sorry But sorrow doesnt feed me No Sor row doesnt butter my parsnips No Sorry I Huh And so youre sorry eh T he cried And glancing toward the kitchen saidIappeared on tho walk with a plate of handIhard day Henry I always have a hard day grum I bled Henry and I want my dinner Just a minute said Mrs Cozzens Just a minute ehT demanded Mr I Cozzens with a look like a griffon Yes just a minute said Mrs Cot zees I Just a minute eh demanded MrI Cozzens again In such a nasty tone of voice that ordinarily It would have brought Mrs Cozzens around his ears llIke a swarm of bees But only silence greeted him so that at last Mr Cozzons gathered his l eyebrows together with an expres sion that said Now thats I Now thats very funnylI CozzaneI0 so youre ready at last ehY exclaimed Mr Cozzens inexorably lay- Ing down the challenge againIYou must have been Ured of wait said Mrs ConensIlingHuh said Mr Cozzens Ill give you plenty of soupTilMrs Cozzens because youre hungry I Thats all right too grumbled Mr C You neednt try to fill me up I on soupWell whose trying to fill you up on soup cried Mrs Cozzens before herselIHenry rejoiced In his heart and was glad You are he cried But Mrs Cozzeus didnt shout back- I say You are ho cried again But Mrs Cozzens only passed him the butter Hasnt this been A beautiful dayl she exclaimed 0 its been a beautiful day has IU exclaimed Henry I So mild and warm said Mrs Coz zensSo mild and warm eh tU demanded Mr Cozzens fiercely Will you have another slice of bread UenryTU Mmmm grumbled Henry And pining for the excitement of warfare he cast his eyes around the room and searched hIs mind for a cause upon which he could Insult Mrs Cozzens grossly Its a wonder ho cried at last almost surprised at his own daring that you wouldnt dust the furniture ottce a week anyhow It Is dusty Isnt IU sighed Mrs CozzensJane said Mr Cozzena Yes Henry Whats the matter Why nothing Dont you tool well T Why yes I feel all right Worried about anything Janey Why no said Mrs Cozzens round Ing her eyes What nukes you think so HenryWell youyou dontdont sass me back like you generally doand you seem to be so thoughtful Henry she said I love you too much to be Irritating you nil the time And as for Mr Henry Con ens Mr Henry Cozzons ooked ashamed of him selfAnd besides continued Mrs Cpz zens gently I was thinking of some thing I saw today the most beautlful hat Henry all covered with lllllcs of the valley Henry do you think Im getting too old 7 And as for that musical Instrument named Henry In tho hands of tha virtuoso named Jane he thrummed away with all tho emotions and the only time he chided Mrs Cozzons again that evening was when bo Iov lngy reproached her for not hurrying a litle more so that they could go right out and buy that hat before some ont else might happen along anti snap it up r ELECTION RETURNS Continued from First Pages wholesale stealing of ballot boxes aid much fighting and disorder Quo man was killed Tuesday night tho town of Jackson was shot up In approved etylo b7 drunken rowdies CLOSE IN LEXINGTONTho election In Lexington Is very close but the Democrats havo probably carried all tho offices Fayctte County goes Republican for tho first flea In Its history electing Republicans to all offices with the exception of assessor Judge Watts Parker Is elected Cir cuit Judge over Goo R Hunt by about 1300 votes Tho election was unusually uo disorder being reported the police during tho day toI HEAD WINSW O Head the entire Democratic ticket was elect ed In Louisville by a majority of 2000 Owen Tyler showed with only 801 ITclcs George D Todd was left with only 21 votes The election was order ly and tho heaviest vote In tho city was polled TAMMANY WINSTammany elect ed W J Gaynor mayor of New York by 70000 plurality defeating Otto T Bannara Republican and Wm Ran dolph Hearst Independent but fall td to carry his ticket with him The Republican Fusionists carry tho remainder of tho ticket and will have control of the Board of Approtlonmcnl which controls tho citys finances Hearst ran a poor race receiving only 15000 votes as against 245000 for Gay nor and 174000 for Bannard Tho feature of Tuesdays election was a general absence of disorder and tho rapi dity with which the voto was cast Substitute for Bridge The Intellectuals Is the name by which a number of commuters who travel dally between their summer homes and New York are known by their fellow travelers Thby mako poolifaces close to tho windows looking for white horses along the line of tho road Tho man who guesses nearest to the number encountered gets the pool Discovered at Last Certain bacteriologists have been enlightening the public as to the value of tears A good cry they Say that washes tho face with tears Is an ex salient antiseptic bath Owing to the largo percentage of sodium chloride or common salt which they contain they sterilize tho mechanism lof the eye and ruder harmless the bacilli which may have found lodg ment on the cheeks Railways In Canada Out of 206 charters granted by the Canadian parliament In the 20 years ended 1909 only 28 have resulted In any construction 86 have lapsed and tho others have received extensions of time Exclusive of the Canadian Pacific Grand Trunk Pa cific and Canadian Northern tho char tern granted called for 63809 miles construction Onlonology After eating onions a girl should Immediately sit down and peruse some work of fiction that Is calculated to take her breath away Chicago Dally News to one I Mothers Oats and family sizes Not like oau Not only rolled I make their cooking easy but make digested Mothers Wheat Hearts me cream the wheat I It a pure wheat food t and easily digested I Mothers Corn Flake Touted The best com big sweet i shaved thin as a whisper and toasted into a rich Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal roasted all of THE MARKE- Tira Prices i I Cabbage now 2tfc per lbi t Potatoes 65 x per bu Eggs per dozen 20c F J- Ijt Butter per lb Me Ir BACON Salt Sides 14Hc X + y Breakfast Bacon 22o Jf Premium Bacon 240c t HAMS + Country 16 23c t Premium 110I iit on foot So per lb liens on foot 80 per lb Turkeys 110 per lb Feathers per Ib 3Bc Hay 313 per ton f Corn 80c per bu 600100I lbs 100 lbs Ship stuff 130 per lbs Ties No 1 1 ft N 8V4x7x9 45c culls 200 i Live Stock Louisville Nov 3 IDOl CATTLE Beet steers and fat 3 00 6 00 Cows 3 10 4 55 160 316 7P 2 00 Dulls 1 80 4 05 Feeders 3 30 465 Stockers 2 05 4 30 Choice milch cows 35 00 42 00 Common to fair 15 00 35 00 Cattle very dull CALVES Best C 75 72 Medium 4 GO C W Common 2 40 4 00 HUGS 165 Ibs and up 770 130 to 165 bs 40 7 CO Pigs 5G070Roughs 690 down Best lambs COO COO Butcher lambs 5 00 G 00 Culls 300 400 Best fat sheep 400 down MESS PORK 1400 IIAMStlholce sugar cured light y and special cure 15c and 16c to 14C- BREAKFAST BACON 210 SDIES 16c- mLLIES 170- SIIOULDERS 12c BEET IGc LARDPure tlcrcco He tub 14F40- pure leaf tierces 15c firkins IGHc keys 13c geese G- oBUTTERPuking tIc Elgin creamery CO lb tubs 33c prints Sic EGGS Case count 2023e POULTRY Hens ISc 7cv springer 16 to 17c ducks 8c ttIkeys 13c geese 6c WHEAT No 2 red 119 3 111G OATS New No 3 white 42c No J mixed cOo CORNNo 2 white 65c No 3 mix ed 63c- RYENo 2 Northern SOc TRADE MORALThe merchant who is trying to do business I without advertising is winking I at Fortune through blue spectacles He knows hes winking but she paper is a good advertising medium Fireless Cooker Free to users of Mothers Cereals These cereals are famous for quality oLamong the housewives America ICarefully our buyers collect the finest American markets They are known as finicky Carefully our grainsCarefullythe biggest the fattest the finest Only the best grains ever find theirway a Motherspackage carefully product is selected from the select is cleansed then sterilized and packed in a Mothers sanitary package Here is a list of Mothers Cereals Every is the best Iof its kind regular other to crushed to of granulated thoroughly full as golden yellow Mother the retainedt I x Fryers heifers Cutters Canners market 7 SHEEP heavy medium DRIED roosters No Dame doesnt This of Mother1 Yellow Corn Meal t The kind from which you an make the com bread cakes mushand muffins Mothers White Com Meal Carefully from the finest 4 grains Delicious for corn bread theheartHominyMade white tom by modern methods of manu facture A food far superior to the ordinary hominy HominyMade com thanMothersa little longer in the cooking The Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker given free with coupons found in Mothers Cereals needs no fuel ofany sort Ask your grocer how you get one free If he doesnt keep Mothers cereals send us his name 1can yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir i GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OdmiNO MORB OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONO CONCERN AKRON BOSTON CHICAGOPITTSUURt1I I P r f I 1 ATs t r COYLESI YOU PAY LESS OR GET MORE THE NEWEST IN DRESS GOODS WAIST SILKS SCARFS I KID GLOVES GOLF GLOVES MUFFLERS AND BFLT r- oo i i olwsososososoososoeosoeosososososososososososoooBerea 8 o Q 0 o 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- osoooosooasososososoIososososososoosoSososos 8o S DR BEST DENTIST CITY rilONK lea OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE 1 of NORTH N TIME TADLEI Knoxville t 630 a m 1100 Po BEREA 129p m 400 L Cincinnati 610 p m 765 su SOUTH BOUND Local Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p m S BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p In Knoxvllle 700 p m 660 a m EXPRESS TRAINSStop to let ort or take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 816 a m DEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 436 P m Cincinnati 835 p m For the belt and whitest floor la e Berea BO to R J Eagle Dr B F Robinson was In town several days last week Mr Blledaugh tho steamfitter who broko his leg several days ago Is round again FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain In good condlUon Apply to J J Grconleaf Assignee Richmond Ky G Rolfo Combs visited relatives hero tho first of tho week Tho Rev Mr Priest and wife of Now Lexington Ohio arc visiting their cousins Prof and Mrs T A Ed wards Mr Priest preached at the Union church Sunday morning Luther Shadoln was In town a couplo of days last week Ac alarm of fire was turned In from tho west end Saturday ovenlng about supper time but It proved to be false Mra J W Herndon Is visiting In L FloridaW f Porter and II C Woolf wero in Paint LIk Saturday on business Mrs Sam Mason of Jackson visited with friends hero a tow days ofI last week Fred Lewi son of Mr and Mrs Pal Lewla has a very light case of typhoid fever Tho Berea town football team won a game from Richmond last Thursday by a score of 20 Tho Richmond boys were decldely outplayed and the score should have shown larger In favor of our toys Mrs J W Ralno returned Friday from a week spent in her homo In Dayton Ohio whero she was called by tho death of her younger sister Arthur Titus loft Saturday for Ir vineFOR SALE House and lot on Jet tenon Street New five room dwell ing Mrs Sallie Fowler FOR SALEJIhree lots at tho snd of Elder Ave Berea Ky Will be sold separately or as a whole It J will pay you to write for prices at onceIAddress James M Racer 9601 Macon Ave Cleveland Ohio i Dress Ginghams for school girls and child ren best hosiery and knit underwear for ladies and children the latest in collars and neckwear the best and cheapest candies everylady I FaYetle1OhioMrs Robertson from Friday till Mon dayIN POUND Back ot Engles atom a dark jersey heifer no horns Own er can recover on proving property and paying costa C E Holcomb Marshall I WANTED 1000 Salesmen to instrucmhonorablmmen years ago are able to furnish their own rig good territory for the right men We mean business For further Information call on or address J Waco Reid CornellaonI Mr Daniel Bowman has sold out his place on Jackson Street and has bought and moved into the property occupied by Mr Williams on the Big 11111 Pike Edwin Rogers Embree well known here at tho Triennial Reunion of the olectled I boon promoted from associate editor to bo alumni editor of the Yale Alumni Weekly on the staff of which paper he has been engaged for the last three years Mr Edgar Scrlvncr succeeded Mr Woolf as manager of the Borca Tele I phone Co beginning Nov 1 Mr Woolf is working in tho drug store A new enterprise Is promised for our town by Messrs J W Stephens IL Muncy and John Muncy They will put in on Mr Stephens tie yard near tho L N depot a now plan Ing mill and lumber yard whore they wilt furnish all kinds of building ma- terIals Mr Stephens reputation as i a business man does not need mention nor does that ot tho Muncys as succos ful builders The new enterprise Is assured of success Mrs L L Shadoln of Richmond was visiting In Berea Wednesday FOR SALE House and lot In Berca Ky east end of Jackson St House Is two stories has five rooms tour large closets and In good condition There Is about an acre of ground a good well 60 feet deep 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 Wai lace ton Pike good house and barn with water near the house and three good orchards ElIhu BIcknell 13t Paint Lick Ky Butter from Denmark Denmark exports to Great Britain over 48600000 worth of butter year j ly Dairying In Denmark Is mainly cooperative In 1907 tho 1085 asso ciations had 138170 members bound as a rule to the enterprise for ten numlbered I When 70 per cent of cerium Is al loyed with 30 per cent of Iron the metal thus produced possesses the remarkable property of giving off a shower of sparks when struck lightly by a steel wheel I MRSI EARLYS looooo08Ooe eooo0 College Items o o 0 i s HERE AND THERE ds o o ososososososososoiososo Miss Robinson was In Cincinnati last week Prof and Mrs O N Ellis went to Chicago last week to attend the cen- tennIal celebration at tho McCormlck Institute and to visit their daughter Dr Taylor and daughter of Clncln nail visited the college Saturday and chapelImorning Mr E M D Draclicr who has been Dpttewont for more than a year and his sitter Miss Mabel who has been visit ing hln loft Monday for their home In Hlllsdalu 111 The State Convention of Y W C A b held this year at Lexington Nov 47 Those attending from Borca arc Misses Bowersox Lillian Ambrose Gertrude Collette Carrie Mabala Day May Harrison Clenn- Peterson Ileno Ilouser Mamie Johns Fern Slnkcy Martha Sproule Viola Click and Minnie Jones I The Halloween socials were a great euccess I Hanging in the East and West Rooms of Ladles Hall are two beauti I ful large pictures Saint Barbara and Sir Galahad which President Frost save to Utile Dulce and PI Ep ellon PI societies Too Rev Mr Libby of Magnolia Mass who Is making a tour of inves tigation thru the Southern mountains stopped here last week Ho lecturer United Chapel Wednesday Many hero who remember Miss I Clara E Nourse for several years a member of Pros Frosts family will I bo sorry to learn of her death days ago in California Miss Nou ran I was for years a prominent teacher In I Clnclnnall among her pupils being Mrs Taft and other well known wo men of that city tier death came sud denl7 from apoplexy at Berkeley Call fornia whither ohe had gone for her health Foundation of Chop Suey Chinese pork Is one of the delicacies of the ages has been brought up for centuries to taste bettor thnn turkey i Berea seems to have got the defeat habit in football In fact it It had not bqun for the habit tho team would have won last Saturday for it outplayed Wesleyan In the first halt that It was all oft The line wo have j would have done even better it some of tho men had not faded away after being fooled on a trick play After ithat it was all off The lino we have been proud of which even Central could not buck gavo a correct Imlta i lion of a set of straw men and Wes leyan worked the same trick three times What Is oven worse to think of Is that the backs who were doing fine In end plays were given only a few chances while hopeless bucksI Witho a different plan of play and a belterI spirit we rhould have had the game It belonged to us The final score was220 LIBRARY NOTES A very beautiful set of art books have Just been cataloged and is nos on exhibition In the Library reading room Tiieoe books camp from an un known donor In Cincinnati They an in ten largo volumes and contain waIter color facsimiles photogravures asus of the paintings shown by vari countries at tho Worlds Colum Alan Exposition On the loan desk Is shown a com plete sot of George Lansing Ray monds recently published books en Comparative Aesthetics These books are a gift to us from the author whoJ is Professor of Aesthetics in University I OSCAR PRESTON DEAD Mr Oscar Preston who has been an invalid for several months died Sat werda o oclock In the Baptist church by the Rev It L Brandenburg and inter mont followed In Bares cemetery PRISCILLAcLUB ENTERTAINS rThetheir husbands and several guests celebrated Halloween on Friday eVen- Ing last at the home of Mr and Mrs Bert CoddinGlonnAs was e desired each arrival was greeted the moonlight by silent gliding whit figures and by them conducted to the i housebpartners J II A Simple Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a simple nonintoxicating remedy recommended to girls and women of all ages for womanly pains irregularity falling feelings nervousness weakness and any other form of pickness peculiar to femalesn TAKE CARGUIIt to in and Mrs A 0 Beaver of Unicoi Route No1 Mar bearingdown be othertroublesand liavo found it the best medicine I ever used for for female troubles Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORESco Guns Shells Guns The goodhuntthe best of both We have them Full Line of First Class Hardware PARKIE SCOTT PHONE 192 BEREA KENTUCKY HOLLIDAY 8J CO DEALERS IN High Grade Domestic Coal I r Ice and Feed If e BEST COAL LOWEST 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care of itself Chinamen have only themselves to i blame for tho surveillance put upon them by the federal authorities It was a woman who made the flag and that may be one reason why men have been and still are ready to die for It Between discontent 9ilndia the German invasion scare and the new taxation methods Britain is likely to have an uneasy summer ISometimes a mother of seven or eight children and with nobody will to help her take care of them II 1Ing almost envy an old maid A discriminating person hearing one of the popular songs of the day might marvel that any one should at tempt to plagiarize that tuneful ef tort i Even though petroleum butter be fcomes an established fact this world Will not be deprived of the pleasure of teaching cunning little calves to drink out of a pall Evidently the men who construct the popular songs can see that these curious compositions are not all off the same piece or they would not have brought the matter into court u Uncle Sam Is proudly exhibiting 200000000 worth of battleships off the coast of Massachusetts but none of them will ever be as famous as that ancient tub the Mayflower Real estate in Messina Is plainly tooaopenings are not of a kind to inspire stabilityjTho Duke of Abruzzl baa broken alt records It Is said in Himalaya moun Lain climbing He Is to be congratu- latedP4 This Is something people can not be born to They mutt do moun lain climbing themselves The good old summer time Is hav ing things all Its own way The weather men announce that there Is t nothing in sight at present to suggest iny marked changes front existing meteorological conditions There are signs of more revolution ary disturbances in Haytl and Santo Domingo and some of the old names like Jiminez and Jose St Pierre Gior danl are figuring in the dispatches But until the famous Woz y Gil gets busy it is probable there will be really nothing doing Cheaper cuts of beef contain just as high food values as do the tender loins the porterhouse steaks and the juicy sirloins although they need to be chewed awhile longer becpuso gen erally tougher according to a report made before the biological chemistry section of the Amcrlrap Chemical society Abdul Hamid the deposed sultan continues to give up his latest con tribution being a check for 5000000 from hIs bard earned hoardings But apparently the Young Turks are not yet through with him There comes from Constantinople the report that Abdul Is to be tried for his part In the revolt of last April This may mean another and bigger check from the exmonarch t FREES SUGAR MEN FARREACHING DECISION PER MITS THEM TO ESCAPE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION SETBACK TO GOVERNMENT Judge Holt Holds That Those Indicted Along with American Refining Com pany Are ExemptBecause of Statute of Limitations New York Judge Holt of the United States circuit court hand ed down a decision which will enable Gustav E Kissel and Thomas B Harned who were indicted with the American Sugar Refining Company on tho charge of criminal conspiracy to escape prosecution under the provi lions of the statute of limitations The opinion Is a far reaching one according to the government attor neys and if upheld is likely to prove a serious setback to the government in many cases brought under the law prohibiting conspiracy in restraint of tradeThe Indictments were brought In connection with the closing of the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining Com panys independent plant in 1903 Kis sel and flamed pleaded that the plant was closed down and tho entire trans suction for which they were indicted was completed before January 4 1903 Therefore tty said tho indictment filed more than five years later was barred under the statute of limita tions which sets a limit of three years for prosecution of crimes not capi tal The government attorneys on the other hand pleaded that the crime charged against Kissel and Harned was a continuous offense and that as long as the conspiracy continued and tho plant of the Pennsylvania company remained closed through the action of the American Sugar Refin ing Company tho threeyear period of the statute of limitations should not begin to run- NARROWLY ESCAPE DEATH Woman and Child In Auto Drive on Track In Front of Fast Ap proaching Train Kenosha WIs Caught between the gates of the Chicago North western railway with a train com ing at the rate of 25 miles an hour Mrs Charles Chester Allen wife of t n omclal of the Central Leather Company and her little son had a narrow escape from death here Mrs Allen was driving an automo bl o and when she drove on the track she did not see the train approaching torn the north Just as she passed the center of the tracks the gates came down with a bang She saw her peril In a second and clasping the lit tie boy about the neck she leaped out cf the automobile at the same time flagging the train The engineer saw her signal and brought the train to a standstill when it was within a short distance of the car CUBAN OFFICIALS FIGHT DUEL Cabinet Ministers After Resigning Meet on Field of Honor Neither Was Injured Havana The dispute between Secretary of State Justo Garcia Velez and Secretary of Sanitation Ma thias Duque whose resignations from the cabinet have been accepted by President Gomez culminated in a duel with pistols The men exchanged four shots but neither was injured Paris Henri Bernstein the dra matist and Francis Chevassu a dramatic critic fought a duel with pistols at Prince park Neither was In jured M ChevasBU fired and missed while Bernstein dfll not discharge his weaponThe grew out of the publica ten of an article written by Bern stein In which he attacked the critic DOES NOT REDUCE DEFICIT New Tariff Law Falls to Meet Predlo tions of Its Authors According to Treasury Statement Washington Tho new tariff law Is not reducing the treasury deficit as predicted by its authors It Is shown by u statement that the deficit for the fiscal year up to October 23 was more than 32000000 For the same period last year the deficit was only 7000000 greater or 39997000 The new tariff has produced 23376000 more than the Ding ley law in the same months last year and had thp government kept within Its expenditures of the former year tho result would have been a deficit of only 16OOQ000 But the report shows that the expenses were In creased more than 16000000 above that of the same period last year most of It In the war and navy depart ments Becomes CoEd at 78 Columbus OlIrs A D Winship of Racine WIs although nearing her seventyninth birthday has entered Ohio State university for the regular collegiate course Sho will study psychology and literature especially Mrs H D Taft Is Better Baltimore MdMrs Horace D Taft cf Waterbury Conn a sister tn law o President Taft who Is a pa dent at Johns Hopkins hospital where she was operated on lout Mot day Is better Now that the jury has been selected to settle the North Pole confro versy why not go to the far north and fight It out LURTON LEADS FOR JUSTICE MOST PROBABLE SUCCESSOR TO LATE RUFUS W PECKHAM Is an Old Associate and Intimate Friend bf President Taft Washington Tho vacancy on the bench of tho supreme court of the United States caused by the death of Associate Judge Rufus W Peckham of New York Is the subject of most of the gossip In Washington just now It is popularly speaking the most important matter which will confront President Taft upon his return to the national capital Well informbd prophets here name Horace H tiurton of Nashville judge of the United States circuit court In the Sixth circuit as most probably Justice Peckhams succes sor with Solicitor General Lloyd W flowers of the department of justice as the probability for the next vacan cy in the court Mr Bowers is thought by many to stand a very good chance of getting this one Judge Lurton sat on the same judi cial bench with Mr Taft and was the latters choice for the vacancy that was later filled by the appoint ment of William H Moody of Massa chusetts Mr Taft was secretary of war when he made the recommenda tion of Mr Lurton to President Roosevelt and was it is said very much disappointed when his old associate and Intimate friend was not appoint ed Mr Lurton is now about 62 years old and would have ten years to serve before retirement FIVE DEAD IN INDIAN FEUD Braves Demand for Girl Slave Starts War In Which Family la Ex terminated San Francisco Tho story of a remarkable feud between Indians and balf breeds in the mountains of Humboldt county was revealed In the arrest of James Donnelly a half breed Klamath Indian for murder The feud started ten years ago after the accidental drowning of the little son of Jimmie James an In dlan The boy had been playing with two Indian girls seesawing on a limb of a tree overhanging a creek but slipped Into the water The father of tho boy demanded that one of the girls should bo given to him as a slave td recompense him for the death of tho boy but tho demand was refused and the feud started- A few days afterward Jimmie James was found dead near Mad river shot through the back Then tho James faction killed a crippled Indian A few days later Harper Bill one of the other faction was found dead with several bullets In his body This was followed by the murder of liar cannep alias Chickasa for which Don nelly is hold under indictment Chickcsa was the last member of the James family His death ended the feud Cook County Sheriff Fined Springfield 111 Sheriff Chris topher Strasnhelm of Cook coun ty was fined 500 and costs by the Illinois supreme court which held him In contempt for failing to obey prompt ly the mandate of the court that Ab ner Smith convicted of wrecking tho flank of America of Chicago be sent to the penitentiary at Joliet Daughter of Confederacy Burled Richmond VaThe ashes of Mrs J Addison Hayes the into Daughter of the Confederacy were given final interment here Thursday being laid beside the remains of Jefferson Davis and Mrs Davis the parents of Mrs Hayes in Hollywood cemetery The urn containlg the ashes was brought from Colorado Springs by Mr Hayes and his children Services were hold In st Pauls cathedral before the In terment Mrs Hayes died on July in and the body was cremated In Denver e- f WOMAN KILLS HER HUSBAND She Begs to Be Hurried to Jail Fear Ing Violence from Hands of Mans Relatives Pans Jl1Frank Stanley was that and instantly killed by his wife after tho two had struggled des perately for the possession of the shotgun with which tho woman slow her husband Mrs Stanley was the first to tell ot the shooting when she gave herself up to officers She begged to be rushed to Jail at once as she feared violence at the hands of her husband relatives She pleads self defense as the cause of the shooting and declares that Stanley had been drinking and handled her roughly in a quarrel over domestic matters Under bedclothes where Its cradle had been overturned In the fight forth shotgun was found the child of tho Stanley couple Tho baby less than a year old was sleeping peace fully within a few feet of Its dead fa therIn view of her story and tho knowledge of friends of the domestic trouble of the Stanleys It is probable that Mrs Stanley will be released on bonds AGREEMENT IS PROBABLE Secret Pact Is Seen Between Italy and Russia as Outcome of Czars Visit to Italy Rome Italy Rejoicing prevails throughout the well dleposed part of Italian society because the czars visit has not been marked by sinister Incidents The toasts ex changed by the sovereigns are generally applauded The nation Is wak ing up to the fact that tho meeting Is the outward symbol of Important secret understandings and the comment of the press shows that according to well lnformed opinion Italy is playing a bold game Few political observers would have credited tho king and tho government with enough courage openly to fra ternize with the Russian ruler espe daily since the czar offered Austria almost an insult by making a wide detour to avoid crossing Austrian soil Italian feeling Is tending still more strongly toward rapprochement with Russia and the opinion is widespread that Itaty really bad no choice except to run the risk of offending Austria and Germany If those nations wish to take offense- PICTURES TRAFFIC IN GIRLS Appeal Is Made at W C T U Con ventlon to Work on State teglsla ture for More Drastic taws Omaha Neb Dr O Edward Janney of Baltimore Md chair man of the national vigilance commit tee for the suppression of the white slave traffic gave a stirring address bcforo tho thirtysixth annual conven lion of the National Womans Chris tiara Temperance union Dr Janney declared that the traf fie In girls has become nn evil more widespread than tho public Imagines reaching out into every part of this country and oven across tho ocean for victimsThe federal government he said is doing all It can to suppress tho traf flc but is hampered supremo court decision that this Is a matter for tho police power of tho states to deal with Ho urged the members of the W C T U to Influence their state legislatures to pass more drastic laws on this subject Explosion Kills an Inventor Laporte Ind Harry May an Iq ventor who came recently from New York was killed Thursday by the ac cidental explosion of a secret waterproofing compound used In the manufacture of artificial stone Pastor Bigamist Owns Guilt Walla Walla WaehRev Frederick H Ward pastor of the Baptist church at Frcowater Ore pleaded guilty to bigamy Thursday and has been son tenced to five years In tho peniten tiary IS A SECOND JOHANN HOCH GEBHARDT AT NEW YORK CONFESSES TO THREE MURDERS Wife Says Ha Had Seven Former Wives All of Whom Are I Dead I Now York Traces of what may prove to have been another murder committed by Etodcrlck Gebhardt were found by tho police In tho jail at Isllp where ho Is held as the slayer of Anna Luther Gebhnrdt admitted to Coroner Savago of Suffolk county that ho had becJn guilty of three such crimes all against women for the purpose of securing their money Ho said ho would make a full statement Mrs Gebhardt when shown the Sing Sing record of her husband broke down completely for the first time and repeated the statement made tho night of her husbands arrest and afterwards denied that shol knew Gebhardt had seven former wives all of whom were In their graves She said that if tho truth were known ho would be found to be another Johann loch the Chi cago wifemurderer DANE BELIEVES IN DR COOK Rasmusten Reiterates His Statement Made to Wife Saw Doctors Diary Does Not Think It False Copenhagen Knud Rasmussen tho Danish explorer whoso name has been closely associated with the north polo controversy arrived hero on the government steamer Hans Egede from Greenland Questioned as to his views on Dr Cooks expedition he repeated tho statement made by him In a letter to his wife that bo confidently believed Dr Cook reached the pole Ho said he had seen Dr Cooks diary and could not believe it false Minneapolis Minn Oct 26Dr Henry L Williams coach of tho Unl verslty of Minnesota football team saId that ho was told last February bl Edwin N Barrlll that ho and Dr Cook did reach tho top of Mount McKinley Not until today did Dr WII Name associate his experience in the Rocky mountains last February with tho controversy between Cook and PearyI positive that Barrlll said that ht and Dr Cook reached tbo noun tain top said Dr Williams Further more ho assured mo that every word In the magazine story written by Dr Cook was true and that he Barrlll and Dr Cook wero tho only men that had over reached the top of mount Me Kinley WENT THAW ONE BETTER Woman Seeking Divorce Charges Hus band with Inhuman Treatment Burns Her with LIghted Ciga- rPhiladelphiaExtraordinary asser tions of Inhuman treatment at tho hands of her husband Fred erlc Collins Jr a widelyknown club man who lives at Mount Airy are made by Mrs Madeline Collins In her suit for divorce According to Mrs Collins her hUll band Is an admirer of Harry K Thaw and she says ho went Thaw one bet ter In his treatment of her Not only does she charge him with beat ing her but she declares ho burned her with cigars In fits of anger one time after pouring Ice water over her he forced her head under a spigot and turned on the scalding hot water As a result of this treatment Mrs Collins declares her health has been ruined and she Is now suffering from tuberculosis She left Mr Collins last summer and is now living with friends Collins Is still at his home with his children by former wives Ho had two according to Mrs Col line WOMAN FLIES WITH WRIGHT Wife of Army Officer Carried Sixty Feet Into Air by Government Aeroplane College Park Md With her skirts tied tightly about her ankles to keep them from fluttering in the breeze Mrs Van Dcman wife of Capt Ralph C Van Dcman Twenty first Infantry United States army oc cupied the passengera seat beside Wilbur Wright when ho ascended in tho government aeroplane hero For four minutes she experienced the sen sation of soaring In the air sometimes as high as CO feet above the ground This was the first time a woman had made an ascension In a heavlor than air machine In the United States Oh exclaimed Mrs Van Doman when she returned to the ground Now I know what makes the birds sing Run Down by Auto Kidnaped Chicago Detectives are Inves tigating tho automobile mystery In which Joseph Kubik 19 years old la reported to have been run over near his home and while In an unconscious condition thrown into the automobile and carried away Nome Gold Output 4120000 Nome Alaska Estimates of the seasons gold output from the Nome district place tho production at 4r 120000 the largest ever secured from dredging operations on the Solomon river Shoots Self In Graveyard Chicago A woman 70 years old Is In a critical condition in the Oak Park hospital after attempting to end her life In tho Waldhelm cemetery Forest Park by shooting herself r LIQUOR WAS NOT THE CAUSE Engineer Mortally Injured by Wreck Insists Rescuers Satisfy Them selves He Wasnt Drunk A lesson that should have a ful effect may be read In the storyr that is told of Engineer Hush of tho Southern railway whose train was wrecked the other day near Bristol Va Bush was pinned under the engine but was finally extricated suffer ing from mortal injuries When the passengers tried to revive his waning strength by a stimulant he protested Ho first asked them to satisfy them selves that ho had not been drinking before taking the liquor offered Ilia record he said was all ho had and If he had to die ho wanted it known that tho wreck was not due to his in temperance The young men of this country art being made to realize as never be fore that responsibility in business life Is one of the most valuable as sets that a worker In the field of human effort can havo As never be fore tho standard of personal trust worthiness is being maintained Employers are Insisting upon good habits on the part of all whom they engage No man Is Intrusted with difficult or f dangerous duties unless It Is assured that ho is temperate for the Intern pcrato man may fall at tho supreme moment fall In judgment or physical capacity The business aspect of tho temper anco movement Is tho most powerful It Is this end of the proposition that Is carrying weight chiefly today Inathe specializing of Industries tho man who succeeds must have not only 1 capacity for his particular calling but a moral quality to Insure that he can and will use his abilities to tho fullest extent Tho engineer on the railroad Is simply a typo of tho present re quirements Ho must be completely master of himself from the start to tho end of his run Lives are In trusted to him on tho strength of his reputation as a sober man well as n skillful engineer Had Engineerr Bush been drinking beforo tho nod dent at Bristol ho would have been remembered In tho railroad world asaa man recreant to his trust who ztrusteddulgence Ills Insistence upon prov x ing himself true to the faith placed jathat this Incident will become known not only In every railroad roundhouse but every business establishment In y the United Stales- BREWERS REGULATE IN OHIO Oft Repeated Assertions They Will Re form Traffic If Given Chance Bears Fruit the brewers nft repented assertions that they will reform the traffic If only given a chance have borne their first fruits In a law passed by the Ohio r legislature known as the character act The measure receives Its name from the fact that it requires the sa loonkeeper to answer a long list of questions about himself and his man ner of doing business before a new license Is granted or nn old one renewed I says Homo Herald If his an swers show him an undesirable citi zen or If he refuses to answer his saloon Is closed The law of course even If taken at Its full face value may be nothing more than dust thrown In the eyes of tho temperance people It Is easy to espouse tho cause of n measure openly and then provide funds for its nullification Whether tho brewers havo acted squarely in this matter cannot hotjudged until It Is seen what attitude they are to take In the matter of the laws enforcement Unfortunately there Is every Indica tion that tho law cannot be taken at Its face value and that the only provisions in It which are really effective were tacked on by the temperance people and are wholly displeasing to the liquor men This is the view which the Anti Saloon league takes of the matter and It is In a good position to judge The character test portion of the law it Is thought will bo held unconstitutional since it compels a man to glvo testimony which would convict himself thus violating a provision of the bill of rights As for the last clauses of the measure which provide for certain search and seizure measures these were added by tho antiliquor forces against the violent protest of the original sponsors of the bill On the whole It must be con eluded that If the brewers idea WBB reform their measure was poorly drawn If the plan was to fool the public It has failed even more signally Stringent Temperance Bill In view ot the recent increase In drunkenness the Austrian governIment has Introduced In parliament a stringent temperance bill the main feature of which limits the number of saloons and retail drink shops to a ratio proportionate to the population Other clauses prohibit the custom of running up a drink score and make the uulo of intoxicants to drunken per sons a criminal offense Anyone found intoxicated in a public place twice within six months is liable to imprisonment from one day to four weeks and to a fine of from f2 to 200 I TAFT FOR WATERWAY TELLS CONVENTION AT NEW OR LEANS HE FAVpRS THE PROJECT v FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL Prudent Promises the Support ofI the Administration But Will Not Stand for Any Pork Barrel Sherman Cannon and Dickinson Pledge Aid New Orleans Nov 1 Ringing de mands for 14 feet through the vat ley and elaborate argument in support of the program for tho creation of a deep waterway from the lakes to the gulf have marked tho great con vention of the Deep Waterway asso elation that opened hero Saturday President Taft Vicepresident Sher man Speaker Cannon ftovornora of the Mlnlsilppl valley states Innumer able senators and representatives nod a mighty throng of private citizens Wbo bcllovo in tho big river project are hero nnd all urge that it ho un dertaken and carried ton speedy con elusion President Taft Promises Support President Taft who arrived In Now Orleans escorted by a great flotilla after an illuminating trip down tho Mississippi river from St Louis landed from lire lighthouse tender Olean dor about eight oclock Saturday morning and was driven to his ho tel through streets that wore cano plod with magnolia barnches palmot I toes and southern moss and every where tho mottoes Fourteen Foot Through tho Valley and River hate Regulation Is Unto Regulation At the Athenaeum in tbo afternoon the president aroused n storm of cheers by promising that if the lHeet project proved feasible nnd advisable th present administration would favo tho Issuance of government bonds to defray tho cost Not for a Pork Barrel At tho same time Mr Taft made It plain that ho would not stand for nu plan to make a pork barrel of th- I project Ho said he opposed an such general bond Issue of 500000 000 or 1000000000 for waterways Improvement tho money to bo cutup and parceled out to different sec dons Ho declared that tho Improve r I I J VicePresident Sherman went of waterways had been carried forward In a haphazard fashion In he past and that a now method ihould bo adopted J believe In the deep waterway said the president I am for it and 7 shall use all tho power that J pos loss In doing what may bo accom plished to give you citizens of this t great valley what you so earnestly desire It is all a part of a still greater movement Inaugurated by Theo doro and called by him tho conservation of our nn tional resources The projects for irrigation and for tho Improvement of waterways in tho futuro aro not to bo for the purposo of distributing pork to every part of the country Every measure Is to bo adopted on the ground that it will bo useful to the whole country They aro not to bo adopted for sending certain congressmen back to Wash ington or for making certain parts of tho country profitable during the ex penditure of tho money Wo should take up every compre hensive project on its merits and do termine whether tho country where the project is to be carried out has so far developed as to justify tho enor mous expendituro of money and if it will be useful whoa done When we decide in favor of a project I believe I in issuing bonds to carry it to com pletion as rapidly as possible It has Lost In the Shuffle Scribbler So old Skinflints family didnt like tho obituary I wrote E- ditorOb tho obituary was all right but the fool foreman ran it under tho head of People and Pleasant Events Neighborly Consideration I heard your baby crying nearly alt night What was the matter with Itr I think she wanted mo to get up and carry her around but I was afraid if 1 did youd be disturbed by hearing me tramping the floor over your head been proposed that we tasno bonds for 500000000 or 1000000000 and cut it up and parcel the money out in this and that section of tho country I am opposed to any such proposition because it not only smells of therpork barrel but would be a barrel Sherman Too Is for It VlcoPrcsldont James S Sherman has brought to the people of the mid die west tho message of tho easte promising enthusiastic support of the waterway program Wo people of tho east depend on your people of the west said ho When we help you we help ourselves so there is every reason why Wo should do all id our power tor you as soon as we realize what you want and why you want It Speaker Cannon and Secretary of War Dickinson aro no less outspoken In their assurances of support and 4 many senators and representatives among them Senator Lorimer of Illi nets tho father of tho deep waterway movement this afternoon made ad dresses full of hopeful enthusiasm Kavanaugh Opens Convention William K Kavanaugh of Missouri president of tho association called the Cannonrconvention to order Saturday morning and set forth brlofly the alms and plans of tho organization Ho said tho deep waterway work is now In this condition Chicagor farson tho work 2 Tho entire route of the lakesto thegulf deep waterway from Joliet to Now Orleans through the Des Plalncs river tho Illinois river and tho Mis sissippi river has been surveyed un dbr direction of congress by United States engineers who have officially reported to congress that the building of the deep waterway Is feasible 3 Tho people of tho state of Illi nets have adopted a constitutional amendment providing for a bond issue of 20000000 tho money to be spent In constructing tho deep waterway southward from Joliet toA bill introduced by United States Representative Richard Bartholdt of Missouri Is now pending in congress providing for the issuance by the United States government of bonds to the amount of 500000000 the money to bo spent In constructing this deep waterway from the lakes to tho gulf and other meritorious projected river Improvements 5 It is intended to ask the Sixty first congress to pass a bill providing definitely that the United States ernment undertake the construction of the deep waterway from the point where the Illinois work will end to the Gulf of Mexico In the afternoon following the dress of President Taft Clifford I chat head of tho government forestry department made an address on conservation of tho nations n resourcesIn evening the delegates to the convention were entertained at a stag smoker by the Progressive union of New Orleans This evening all the delegates and the ladles accompany ing thorn wero the guests of the gresslve union at the Now Orleansi Opera house where La Julvo was given by the French Opera Company Philately of Aviation One of the very tow genuine vary eties In stamps Is announced It would bo moro correct to say it is a rare postmark Rare It will be if Inv terested parties did not take advantage of the occurrence and have addressed to themselves thousands envelopes bearing the mark It seems that during the now historical aviation week at Rhelms a temporary postofflce was set up on tho aviation ground and all letters there posted bearing the ordinary French stamps were postmarked BethenyAvlatlon besides the various service marks Tho marking stamp was hexagonal Instead of round These stamps will ho doubt bo curiosities Time will tell whether they will bo sought after like tho unnecessary Brunei provision ale which in tho aggregate must have fetched just as high a sum as the years revenue of the swamp in which they were Issued Our Geographical Center If Alaska be excluded from consid oration Kansas Is geographically the central state of the United States It lies between longitudes 94 degrees 38 minutes and 102 degrees west and be tweet latitude 37 degrees and 40 grecs north Sometimes a Hard Task When a man says and I know what Im talking aboutBays the Philosopher ot Folly the only way I can sot even Is by asking him to prove it TROOPS AND REBELS FIGHT A BATTLE Mutineers Display Great Valor But Are Driven Off By Cannon Fire From Battleships f Athens Historic Salamis where 20 centuries ago Themlstocles gained a Of memorable victory over tho Persians was again the scene of a naval battle Friday There were 20 minutes of fighting Fri ferday afternoon between field batteries and big warships on the ono sldo and the mutinous band of naval officers to which quitted tho capital Wednesday W with torpedo boats on tho other Tho first shots wero tired soon after oclock and a sharp exchange of II shells followed Some of the projec tiles struck tho arsenal buildings but only ono shell hit a torpedo boat tho 000 Sphendona which was Immediately Enveloped In a cloud of smoke During the action the torpedo boats on gradually retired steaming backward until they obtained tho shelter of the Qn In headland when tho firing ceased Tho rebel vessels while tho engagement was in progress valiantly returned the fire of the warships and field batteries ty N but apparently little damage was done on either side The rebels wore led by Lieut TIbal dos and are reported to have num bered 300 men of An official statement says that the arsenal which wan In the hands of the rebels has been recaptured and that tho mutinous torpedo boats are ex Is pected to surrender IJcut Tibaldos appears to have beon actuated by his disapproval of the tactics of tho military league and tho go junior naval officers In consenting to negotiate a compromise of tho ulti matum recently issued by the military league for the enactment of an ordi nance suspending all promotion for five years and tho abolition of the posts of rear admirals vlco admirals and 15 places of lesser rank f DURATION OF QUAKE In California Was Longer and More Severe Than Any Experienced In Years San Francisco The earthquake shock in Northern California and Southern Oregon Thursday night was more severe than any experienced In years Tho vibrations continued from 10 to 25 seconds Humboldt county appears to have beon the center of the disturbance Among the towns where tho quake was felt aro Redding Red Bluff Chico McCloud Weaversvillo Dunsmuir anti Crescent City all in California and flrfcnrd Pass and Marshfleld In Ore egon Cleveland OJoather Odenbach of St Ignatius college announced Friday that during the night severe earth quivers wore recorded by each of the three seismographs at tho collie They tally with tho California eath quake Runaway Car Kills Woman Denver ColOno woman was kill ed and 10 persons wore injured Fri day when a Seventeenth avenue car got beyond control on tho steep hillI and Jumped tho track at Court placer Mrs Minnie Melvin who was killed was walking along the sidewalk when the runaway car turned over upon her after striking a telephone pole ISaved Playmate From Drowning Chicago Little fouryearold ace McNury tried to save his girl play Llmate Leona Koehler aged 2 from In the Lily pond in Lincoln park Ho could not drag her out be got her Into shallow water I1ndI hen found a policeman who did rest 0Auto Struck By Engine Beraldjl MinnWhen Mayor J P Pogue of BemldJI G Meyer of St Paul C Eppolin nnd T R Simons of BemldJI and a woman wero crossing the railroad track at Wilton In an automobile the machine was struck by an engine All were badly Injured 100000 Blaze St Louis Flro Friday destroyed the fivestory building and stock of the Rawlings Manufacturing Co- If sporting and athletic good Loss esti mated at 100000 MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 29CattloExtrn 0350640 Calves Extra 80325 Hogs Choice 7850790 Sheep 3904 LambsExtra 610 l1i26 FlourSpring patent 560 590 WheatNo 2 red 1220124 CornNo 2 mixed 63c OatsNo 2 mixed 41c RyeNovchoice 7G7Sc Hay Choice timothy U5f 15 Butter Dairy SJVc Eggs Per doz 2c Apple Choice 370 4 Potatoes Per brl 17502 baccoBurley95016Chicago v Whcat No 2 red 1210122Vt CornNov mix cdt 61Vic antsNo2 mixed 40 H 41c Pork Prlmo mess 2375 1 24 Iard Prime 1245 0loulsvl11o Oct 29WhoatNo 2 red 1220124 CornNo 2 mixed 62c OatsNo2 mixed 41c Hay Choice timothy 15 Hogs Extra 790 Lard Prime 1245 Indianapolis Oct 29 Cattle Prime 65007 Hogs Choice 725 26 SheepExtra 415 Li Interesting Kentucky News I FORMAL TRANSFER MADE Frankfort and Cincinnati to Louts To vllle and Nashville Frankfort KyThe formal trans of tho Frankfort and Cincinnati railroad which runs from Frankfort Paris to the Louisville and Nash vlllo was made in this city between L Mapothcr president of tho Frankfort and Cincinnati and Milton Smith president of the Lputsvlllo and Nashville The Louisville and Nashville assumed the debt on 100 of worth of bonds and in addition pays 10 and other considerations The transfer was to have been made November 1 but the company to forestall any action of an Injunction the part of the state or the city case the state does not act made the transfer Now the only action of that can be taken either by city coun or state will bo to enjoin the L and from operating tho road The rail road officials took no chances on an injunction being filed for they got tho county clerk N B Smith to sit up practically all night to copy the deed sale on the record This action on the part of tho railroad company tho attorneys for the citizens say docs not cut any figure in the case but it an old rule that possession is nine points In tho law and the Louisville and Nashvlllo will give tho bond und ahead to operate tho railroad MERGER WITH L N Of Frankfort and Cincinnati Line Strongly Opposed by Franklin County Citizens Frankfort Ky Characterizing the purchase of the Frankfort and Cin cinnati by the Loulsvlllo and Nashville as n violation of the constitution of Kentucky thto business men shippers members of city council and fiscal court of Franklin county have adopted resolutions calling upon Gov Will son or Acting Gov Cox and Atty Gen Breathltt to prevent tho merger InC case tho State tails to act William Cromwell city attorney and Frank Dallcy county attorney ore instruct ed to file injunctions against tho Louisville and Nashville to restrain that company from taking charge of tho offices of tho Frankfort and Cincinnati In this city or county In case the State acts the county and city attor neys aro Instructed to act with themi There was a special meeting of the shippers the Business liens club the city council and the fiscal court and each of these organizations adopted resolutions calling upon Gov WiUson to prevent tho merger The city and county authorities aro going a step further They aro not only going toI prevent UuTmorger but will take action to prevent tho Louisville and Nashvlllo from operating or leasing the line TO HANDLE NEW TOBACCO CROP Executive Committee of New Burley Tobacco and Insurance Co Ar ranges Details Lexington KyThe executive committee of the New Burley Tobacco and Insurance Co at a meeting here made arrangements for receiving and handling the now crop of tobacco Members of the committee were as signed to various counties of the boy district to receive propositions for warehouses Alexandria Campbell county was the first to make a prope- rtion offering 5000 as a donation for a site- Lebanon KyA party of neighbors searching for George Bosloy who had been missing for several days found the body of tho farmer In time woods near by guarded by his faithful dog Although the animal was weak from hunger he would not leave the side of his master until help arrived Ho kept up a continual battlo with a drove of hogs in the woods but man aged to fight them off Bosley died of heart disease Frankfort Ky Superintendent of Public Instruction J G Crabbe returned from his tour through the northwest with tho southern state su perintendents Ho is enthusiastic over the great educational develop ments in the northwest and has returned to Kentucky determined to raise the standard of education In this state equal to that in the northwest and other states 0loulsvl1o lyCapL Fred Pfau and Sergt R G Buckley of the local po lice department wore arrested on war rants sworn out by Pope Speed a for 0mer police captain who alleges the two officers threatened him because ho was actively at work for the democratic ticket In tho coming mayoralty election Frankfort IyAn involuntary petition in bankruptcy was med with the clerk of the United States court hero against E C Harris a merchant of Eminence by Lowry Goebel of Cin cinnati Stratton 8 Tcrsteggo of Lou isville and other creditors Winchester KyCounty Judge J H Evans hRS sot December 6 as the date for the local option election in Winchester and Clark county SETTLEMENT MUST BE PLAIN Injured Person to Make It Binding Says Appellate Court Frankfort KyContracts of settlement made by the agents of companies with Injured employes during their illness will not stand tho test of Kentucky courts unless it can be shown that the settlement was made volun bo tartly and In good faith and with tho clear understanding of the Injured person B This case came up In the court J appeals when tho judgment of the Kenton circuit court giving Elijah Berry 1466 damages against the Keller 8 Brady Co which did tho work on Grants tunnel for the Louisville and Nashvlllo railroad Berry was Injured in a premature blast and tho falling rock and socured the judgment 1466 In tho Kenton circuit court Ho is an Ignorant uneducated negro from Asia Minor and did not understand the English language While of he was ill an agent for tho company so time appellate court says settled with him for 50 and took his receipt Any court would be slow to uphold such a settlement says the appellate court unless it Is shown that tho Injured person know what kind of set tlement he was making and did it voluntarily BANK CASHIER PLEADS GUILTY To Having Misappropriated 15000 Sentenced to Five Years In At lanta Penitentiary Covington KyDepressed and broken in health Dank Cashier Chares McConnaghy in the federal court hero pleaded guilty to having misappropri ated 15000 belonging to tho Citizens bank of Monticello Ky Attorney J B ONeal representing Mr McConnaghy by demurring to the Indictment on various occaslops succeeded In having it referred back for revision However- In each Instance the grand jury reported the same number of counts Mr ONeals plea for his client was a masterful ono and touched the court 0111 dais and upon concluding Judge A M J Cochran sentenced McConnaghy to five years in the Atlanta penitentiary He was placed In the custody- of Federal Marshal Steve Sharp OPPOSED TO SHIP SUBSIDIES Is Kentucky State GrangeFavorS Parcels Post and Election of Sen ators by Popular Vote Paris Ky After adopting resolu tlons favoring tho election of United States senators by direct vote of the people and favoring parcels post but opposing ship subsidies the Kentucky State Grange closed Its annual meet ing here The following officers were WalcottCovington county treasurer J W Connor Boone county secretary Mrs Mabel G Sayre Hebron Ky Organizers will be placed In every county in the state i SHORTAGE IN TURKEY CROP i Wet Weather of Last Spring and Poul try Diseases Are Held Responsible Versailles KyReports havo been received from all over Central Keno tucky of a considerable shortage in the turkey crop and the city family that eats Thanksgiving turkey this year will probably pay a little more than It did In 1908 Tho wet weather last spring and poultry diseases are held responsible for decimating tho young turkeys In normal years the turkeys raised in a dozen blue grass counties are worth over 500000 to the farmers wives- Iexinglon IyAn order was entered in circuit court dismissing all action of tho Southern Mutual Investment Co and the American Reserve Bond Co against J D Purcell Joseph and John Skaln and J W Appleton These defendants have settled with Receiver James C Rogers by the pay ment of 49000 Purcell and Skaln 20000 each nnd Appleton 9000 Louisville KyThat every railroad In Kentucky will show an enormous increase in revenues for the year 1909 was a statement issued by a member of the Kentucky railroad commission now compiling a report for the past 12 months It is stated that tremendous gains have been made in all state fines Lexington KyTho executive com mittee of the Burley Tobacco and In surance Co which has been In session hero adjourned to meet again Nov 3 Tho committees appointed to arrange for warehouses will report at tho next meeting Lexington KyD Talmadgo McGuire who recently deserted his store at Lemons Mill after having sent his bride of three months to Loulsvlllo for a visit to her mother returned to Lexington Owensboro Ky Charles Bowlds 30 charged with wrecking the Bank of Grand county Colorado was born and roared In Owensboro Ho Is a eon of Mr and Mrs Louis Bowlds prominent people of this county GOEBEL MONUMENT DEDICATION Will Take Place Feb 3 1910 the Tenth Anniversary of Burial Frankfort Kyon February 3 1910 tho tenth anniversary of tho burial of Gov William Goebel in tho State cemetery hero the monument erected by popular subscription will formally unveiled and dedication ceremonies hold Former Gov James McCreary of Madison county and C W Beckham of Nelson county will bo tho orators of the occasion The date of the unveiling was determined upon at a meeting of the Goe bel monument executive and building committee held in tho parlors of tho Capital hotel Judge Lewis McQuown Dr E E Hume J C W Beckham James D McCreary and Miss Sally Jackson of tho committee were des ignated a committee to act with n commltteo of citizens of Frankfort and the general assembly of 1910 to arrange for the dedication ceremonies The t 15500 Of tho total fund collect 123404 remains- In the fund and this Is made a perpetual fund for tho care of tho lot and monument JOHN CHARLESWORTH To Head Freethinkers Meeting Which Will Be Held on November 14 In St Louis Lexington Ky The Freethinkers of America aro going to hold a con vention in St Louis Sunday Novem ber 14 for the purpose of forming a national organization and John R Charlesworth of this city says that he will be elected president Charles worth was born In London learned the bricklayers trade enlisted in the British army bought his roleaso before the expiration of his term of enlistment came to America studied law earned a diploma went to Texas and became the attorney for the Texas Liquor Dealers association In a camaplgn against the drys some 12 years ago The convention to beheld in st Louis is Charlesworths inspiration and ho wrote the call under which It is tp be hold MORE INDICTMENTS For Illegal Registration Returned by Grand Jury In Lexington Lexington KyAnother batch of 60 indictments charging offenses against tho registration of voters on October 5 making a total of 234 true bills found by the present grand Jury wera returned in the circuit court With the exception of possibly halt a dozen these indictments are all against per sons who registered as democrats or who are known to bo identified with the democratic organization Tho in formation upon which the indictments have been brought was for the greater part furnished from the headquarters of the candidates on the republican ticket Judge Watts Parker who Im paneled and instructed the grand jury Is a candidate on the republican ticket to succeed himself in the office to which he has been twice elected GROWER SAVES HIS TOBACCO By Shipping 75000 Pounds Stalks and All to Lexington Lexington Kyo A Simpson whose home Is in Grant county near Mason shipped 75000 pounds of un stripped tobacco to a local warehouse and arrived hero to attend to the stripIping and sale of the tobacco It Is al leged that Simpson was told that if he did not join the pool his tobacco would be destroyed by night riders To pre vent the destruction of his crop ho loaded It on freight cars stalks and all and shipped it here Simpson is not a member of the burley pool Carlisle tyThe Nicholas county board of control of the burley tobacco organization pdopted a resolution de Glaring that aa a representative of the burley society In the county it stands for law and order and will refuse to take any action to prevent crops of in dependent growers from being marketed in Carlisle The board bad been urged to make an effort to keep Inde pendent crops off tho market if pas sible Tho county in the last year has been the scene of numerous night rld ing depredations Clay City KyRobert A Irvin who was in charge of tho Soul Winners Methodist college here and ono of tho best known educators In the state was found dead in a cornfield near this city Death was due to heart disease He was 74 years old Paris KyTho fortieth annual session of tho Kentucky State Grango met here In a two days session with F P Wolcott of Covington master ot the Grange presiding An open see don was addressed by Mortimer Whitehead of New Jersey national treasurer Louisville Ky Eugene Dates a negro who two years ago killed Par trolman Simeon Cannon In this city surrendered himself to County Jailer Monroe It Is charged Bates shot Cannon from ambush He refused to talk of the alleged crime WHO WILL GET THE PIANO It has always been the policy of this store to carry goods that the people want and to sell these goods at fair prices The giving away of this Piano will not affect this policy The Piano will be given away as a free will offering to show our appre ciation of the people who trade with us We hope to come In closer touch with all our old customers and to meet with many new ones If you do not wish to enter the 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 =I i oro t I East Kentucky Correspondence- S e News You Nowhere eontipoiidenc pmbllibed dcnid ten by writer Tha same ilfo pabllcAtioi u plainly o ororo ororot 0 0 0 0S0 ooeoeoeo oeoe Ofl l JACKSON COUNTY IIUOll Hugh Nov IMr R I Hale wasj the guest ofi W R Benge Sunday Mr Asa Parks of Kingston la working In this vicinity Miss Oracle Parks j and B Halo were shopping Berea last weekMr Luther Klmberlaln and Rector Davis of Dreyfus were In Jackson Wednesday Miss Waggle Benge of this place was a visitor at Kingston last week Several from i this place attended the Sunday school rally at Kerby Knob Sunday Mrs Levi Parks Is on the mend at this writing KEnny KNOB Kerby Knob Nov 1The Deat Angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Jeff Neely Oct 9th taking away their little daughter The little one had not been well since having whoop lur cough a few months ago Little China Click has been seriously 111 with membranous croup for the past two weeks Childrens Day was held this place Sunday A largo crowd was present and It was a day well enjoyed by all A prize was to be given for the best spoken piece which was delivered I y Mis = Bessie Click Miss Myrtle Click received a prize Iasa toward for the work of the prl mary class In the Sunday school Several from here attended the Teachers Association at Clover Bottom Saturday Mrs Gar Hayes and t dren visited the home of James Click cad family Snturdv eight and Sua day j CLOVER BOTTOM Clover Bottom Nov 1A large crowd attended the Teachers Assocla tlon at Clover Bottom Saturday Din ner was served on the ground and all reported a good tlme1Ir William Morris of Waneta was a pleasant 1 ler In our midst last Saturday gave a fine talk upon good roads and the constitutional amendment at the Teachers Association Leonard Ab ney Is our midst agalnH Dean was in Richmond last week on business Uncle W BIcknell paid O Wild a visit SundayLucy sold for a fine suckling DeanI D Click last week Halite I and her mother have been visiting Green Hays family at Tyner some ofI whom are very low with typhoid verJoe Flanery and family are itlng relatives in this vicnityG ver Drew sold a nice lot of cattle Sat urday Milford Powell Went McKee business today Clifford Dean CIngDean and his con John are on sick list Election Is drawing near I hope that the voters will not MPurvisking Lucy Dean last week DOUIILKLICR Doublelick November LShlyd Witt got his leg hurt badly while cutI ting a tree last week but Is getting a along very nicely at this writing Mrs Mary Hayc and Mrs Haley Abrams arc visiting Mr Green Hays of Gray Hawk at present Mrs Henry Cook of this place has just returned from Estill County where she has been visiting her daughter for the L r early bird catches the worm There will bo special sales of goods In our store from week to week Come In and examine the Piano It Is In our store now- MAGNIFICENT 350 COTE PIANO Each Saturday we will have an expert player to prove to you the merits of this Piano Music free More new goods arriving every day Plenty of good shoes for winter Plenty of Groceries and Dry Goods for everybody Highest prices paid for produce Certificates given with every purchase for Piano R J ENGLEI Phone 60 Berea KyI Get Else i den U the sot far but as silence ot good faith Write In at dill an In N K 14 M fe to on th past month Mr Ab Rose passed I hero last week EVERGREEN Evergreen Oct 29 Dewey the 8 f year old boy of It C Rose who gotat his leg broke come time ago Is g tins alons nicely Mrs Minnie iIs very sick at this writing Mrs Jno Martin who lias been seriously sick ic some better Logging Is the prln clpal occupation heroMr Bradley Gabbrd and family of McKee passed thru here cnroute to Berea Mr W C Johnsoc la selling out to move Hamilton OAlex Drew Sr Roblnet will move on T J Lakes farm by Nov tatDir Qreen has bought two yoke of oxcns and Is Prhof good thing to get the mountain pad tarmlngIrIour- clnlty last week buying cattle ANXVILIK Annvillo Nov 1COrn gathering Is all the go here now Miss Mattie Medlock and Miss Lizzie Johnson attended the Holiness meeting at Letter- Box Sunday Mr Jack Johnson and Mr Baty took a nice bunch of cattle to the Richmond market Mr Sam Johncon Is visiting his son at titsand placeW M Belcher Is at Bethel this week on business Died on the 26th Inst the Infant child of Mr and Mrs H C Hlnley CAIn CO Corico Nov 1Mrs Salllo Shelton visited her husband at the McKee jail SIWlllCDrcnatuttufriends at Carlco Sunday Nannie Shelton was the welcome guest Laura Lear Sunday Mrs Annie b Daniel visited Mr Robert Lear to Jodan soldier Ic sick at this OTfromOUKENIIALt his Grcenhall Nov IMIss Fiore Flerson who has been so low w thweek typhoid fever for several months Js very lowA child of George Tncli has scarlet fever and Is not expo ctIsaacsed t live pQjvet past week but Is better soonro past dwelling soonJ D Pierson and w WIvlllePowers and Jackson Dfarr sIwaCogoodhonea as caMrsDtattyvlllyIJimrolo n ing on his way to Mrs Sarah Morris The Falrmount Nursery Co will In few days be delivering the fruit trees and shrubbery sold by J D has byMcKeeCity Sextons Creek Boonevllle and Greenhall The first quarterly coo ing of the Methodist church Is to held at Cannons Chapel Tuesday n1 and Wednesday Nov 16 and 17 by the Rev T B Stratton of Barbours vllle Miss Slssle Peters of Island City has been visiting her sister Mrs J N Wilson several daysl Hughea has just returned from don where he has been to close a trade with the sale of his farm n earofLondon Miss Gertrude Bascum and Edith Agars and Miss Chrlstlanna Arnold all of Beattyvlllo have b visiting relatives at Greenhall past wookM C Hughes and have been visiting relatives in l son this week CLAY COUNTY llIliailTHUAUE Brigh ihadc Oct 27Wm Keene who was born hero but who has lived In Indiana for many years was a js j itor hero during the week Ho lasH now returned to his homeFr Kceno is selling out his property remove to Indiana Supt of Schools Luther Hatton who is the Ropubll nominee for reelection was last week making a few speeches seeing the voters He Is opposed byads H J Nicholson Oliver Wagers In a trip to Manchester Monday nacoin Smallwood who Is teaching Red Bird and Henry Mills who teaching on Martina Crock paid homo folks a visit Saturday and Sunday SLUINO Spring Oct 30E G Saulaber stave mill Is doing a good business at Mill Croelf turning out about four thousand dressed staves per day under the direction of M 0 Mason Corn gathering Is the general business of tho farmers here now They are having nice weather for the work The K of P Sand 11111 lodge No 208 meets every Saturday night They are doing a good workDl O Mason of Lincoln County is visiting1 his fathorlnlaw Jamts C Hoskins at Spring Creek today ESTILL COUNTY LOCURT1tItANCH Locust Branch Nov IMrs Boln Gentry of this place has been visiting pthtuant Irvine were visiting at S B Kelleys SundayS B Kolley loin Gentry and H G Blcknell are attending court Richmond todayJas Rodgers lit tekewith a sore hand for a couple of vfeeka but la sows bettor Mr 9h man Land who la teaching our soh and who la a candidate for Cons Superintendent of Estill County d mixed school Thursday on acco- to fQof1Jrkefamily contemplate going to Oklaho 11IIpoisoned armJno A BIcknell was badly hurt In the log woods last weektl iVAOFItaY1LLRSWagersvllle Nova 1 Farmers busy gathering corn at this place Miss Ella Park was the guest of Miss a Katherine Wagers Sunday Mr and Mrs Ambrose Wilson Mr and Mrs be Ambrose Wagers visited relatives In It Berea last weekMt Jeff Wagers attended church at Mt Tabor Sunday Robt Flynn was the guest of Robert Joe Wagers Sunday Miss Ma Park and Lena Edwards Drs Edwa and Miller went to church at Wise nIx nwhotown SundayMr and Mrs 1V adoome tnlClaySTATION CASH Station Camp Nov 1Mlss Donna adoin of Richmond Is visiting Miss hine Moores and esters of Station mpMies Winnie Moores who has a very severe attack of fever feIf well enough to be out agalnlr rejoiclIclg at dautingh as Thureday Mr Sherman Roland of County passed thru last Fri with a large number of cattle ontext way to Richmond L of Waco was In ourneighborhood hi buying cattleR M Isaacs n dbeDick Cox are hauling ties Atarand Mrs Alfred no on the 28th Inst a girl Louis the of Wageroville Is having some the asIfsnear for two days but has not done a hony ItlchardIfsinnThemove ill rford8 farm near Wageroville soonWI Q Wllcon and Bruce Scott we millha we chCampfar up the creek as Anon Powells Rico and wife visited the Bar the on Red Lick Sunday dry OWSIEV county November 2Tit Jno R Abshear teacher and examiner of Owsley Co wishes to inform his friends that ho passed the examination in Shel bo County with a high grade and Is ono of the best flat do ecschool BUtpeilit f I will got out in February Ho says ho finds everybody Inteorcsted In cduca tlon UICETOWN leLoucomraunltyxrJohn Gabbard and wife Strltigtown spent Sunday with J L Gabbard and family Misses Brown leu and McGafflck of Cow Creek made Iaythe1lrs Amandadl nolds ot Cow Creek caught six coons last weekII T Huff la visiting rel atives In Leslie County this week Mrs Mallsa Gabbard visited homo folk on Gow Creek TuesdayW N Duff la visiting his children at Bere1I Gabbard and D Robinson seem to b the ell copiers log piters They pit toftotweetyttve hundred to thlrty MVO JuiieU fret a day Governor Allison Kjolc at Boonevllle October are1Jlh to a lu+ Cr crowd In the court andbanes yttnl The people of Owsliy were pleased to have the Governor como to this county and bo was given hearty welcome by both Republicans onand Democrats Mr and Mrs teary and1sWillie Roberts of Carlco are visiting relatives at this place and Breathitt County COUNTYrAVIMHK Wlldie Oct 31Dorn to Mr and Mrs Ranee Coffey a boy on the tadMrs Mary Bauful ot Tennessee la vltltlnp friends at this place Thesinging class at the Christian church meets every Wednesday and Sunday night Uncle Alven Merltt Is very sick at this writing Mrs Mary IIny Is visiting her daughter Mrs Etna Cof fey this week Little Annie who bos been sick Is better Mr Mrs James Reynolds and children who have been visiting in Virginia returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs Edward Granea visited Mrs Cranes father Mr W H Jones Miss Julf tithe Reynolds visited Miss Orla Dotson Mrs Ida Reynolds and her daughter Mollle from tuffs visited friends and relatives at this place last eekIMr Sum Coffey who has been workIIng near Paint Lick was homo Sun da yMr T G Reynolds and daugh Ethel were in Brodhoad one day week erTHE EDITORIAL NIGHTMARE thetyJjntspite of the hemorrhage none 0 Its new Tho verses called epics the e from Reformer the man with timaon aiasong torrent vor + the dead loads of verses tho ama verses so endless and long a QTOspindle and all Is at rest along cornea man with a cough and a poem and leaves us the ono tho the other best He says he has Just dashed ort In a minute you tell him you thought so and then ho gets mad Yoi wish he would carry it all to your rival but surer than shooting its poetdadont know its badladay If the average editor gets re hell find a soft berth in the bye and bye hell lie down and bask in the beautiful sunshine and turn his unwlnkable gaze to tho sky nut if over ho meet on that boulevard underhe can but fled one and do the flatchested ono oodles of harm The terrible poet that worldhaunting i o that amateur poet will JJixm soft harmEx May Have Been Asleep The man who cannot remember the or aught of the sermon Is hypnotized or bas worked himself into a Inabilityntmue considered as an indication of a flIPacute that it concentrates itself on e words and face of the speaker to disregard of thought expressed by words Christian Advocate Beware Becoming Wet Blankets pessimist wears a face that looks as If it had gone through the wringer She casts spells of ariness about and forecasts gloomy enoughnalso have joys enough to make us eerful Why lot tho glum and tho get possession first The Lord loves a cheerful giver of cheer Let wet blanket shako herself and up Pity the Poor Horse Fly Every purchaser of a motor car dls nySomeInvented to bite autos and make CoIlicka cinder beetle would have on os The question Is referred to Adna P GrlRtlebone for an ex BEGlobe i Makes the most nutritious food and the most dainty and delic- ious1toyq SalcinffPowde Asoftn ylure No fretting over the biscuit making Royal is first aid to many a cooks success A IIMartyrl to Science At Lisbon durin tho plague Dr whiledposed to have died of pneumonia It w R3 plague and the Intrepid searcher died also Ho wrote down his Able symptoms to the very end benefit of medical science Pats Appreciation An artist had finished a landscape nn looking up he beheld an Irish nay vy gazing at his canvas Well said tho artist familiarly do you suppose you could make a picture like that The Irishman mopped his forehead a moment Sure a man cn do anny thing if hoa druv to utl he replied Keeping Friends It la one thing to make friends but quite another to keep them Remem that friendship will not thrive on scourtesy or neglect Little cour withfsmooth and sweeten liCenome Chat Note for Wives It In said that no man can tell a fib keep his big too still If the wom on will Induce their husbands to take off their shoes before they begin t question them they can catch them 1 falsehood every limeAtchleo GlobeIThe Important Feature Katherine aged two who had on a new pair of shoes had her picture taken and when asked why she did not look up Instead of down said II wanted to sue if my now shoes got their picture taken Delineator Knew Hit Lordship Anyone called Perkins Yes lord man with a bill Used awful nguage And abusive Why If hed been your lordship himself he couldnt have been more solAlly HalMjllday Simple Cure for Stuttering A German writer declares that stut toting can bo eared by simply en forcing the rule Lx nut open your youtr say i Explanatione to b rich la ao he could spend fila money the reason a rich man doesnt want t spend his money Is so he wont be poor Now York Press Bon Here Also bte t necessary to go aa far aa Abyssinia to such a condition Augusta lion III A Woman Way A woman can always make her hue band feel guilty by walking to the window and looking wistfully out late the dark AtchUon Globe Bearing Anothers Burden lifer tunes perfectly like a Christian Pope eo Immense Prehistoric Animal At Yule university there la a skull of a prehistoric animal which cocas urea 9 feet long and 6 feet broad When the Interest tags As soon aa a woman finds out that a man mean vcrytblng ho rays to her he become tiresome Uncle Ezra Says bugleright at It Once Enough The amateur gardener Is cenerallTIcured by one good done x BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE pikentwelve from Lancaster It contains 291 acrea and half of It la virgin soil It la fine tobacco and hemp land It U all In grass except about 40 acres which la In corn and tobacco It lays well and la In a tine state of cultivation We will sell this land in two tracts 200 acres and all Improvements A largo seven room house with two hails and two porches closets and other conveniences A never falling well and cistern at the door A splendid concrete cellar with Ice house and cold mroblacdeAll necessary outbuildings one of tho best barns in the country it has three floors with water piped through room enough for 100 head of cattle and some number of sheep besIdes nine stalls for horses Tho 91 acres ta on tho East aide of tho pike and has a cabin on it and a fow fruit trees and a beauti fineeeon enough to coedoThe timber Is walnut augartrcc rah excepttourland scalesIwrite Mrs J E Lynn i R R No1 Stanford Ky PRINTERS INK SPELLS I We Make It SPELL For YOU at Prices 4 So Low They Will Astonish You and Get Those Letter Heeds You Have Been Needing So Long Letter Heads 6x94 125 500 Envelopes 125 Postage or Express Extra College Printing Department Berea Ky I