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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1ItES 1 BENTS OFFICE BEItEA KY X BEREA PUBLISHING CO 1NCOItrORATtD- STANLV RoOST Manager KIeral at tin Fotloffiet at Bern Jly III teemul dew IeaitwiaYer 2 1900 One Dollar a year No 23 MADISON COUNTYVol Xl Five cento a copyBEREA NEWS OF THE WEEK Bryan Declares for Local Option Cherry Mine SealedAstor Party Safe Twentynine Killed byFoot ball Cannon Attacks Insurgents MARSHALL CHAMPION Frank J Marshall of New York Is chess champion ot tho United States hav ing defeated J W Showaltera ot Georgetown In a aeries of games play ed at Lexington Ky Mr Marshall won twelve out of fifteen games COOK DROPS OUT Reported as Buffering from a nervous break down Dr Frederick A Cook has dropped completely from public view and not even his closest friends know whereto find him Tho work of preparing tho records by which he expects to provo his claim to tbo discovery oti tho North Pole Is said to bo rfsponsl blo for his condition CANNON SHOOTS OFFln an address at Kansas City Speaker Jos t O Cannon said When Senators Cummins LaFolletto Burton and their socalled progressive following Join hands with Mr Bryan In making war upon the Republican members of Con grosa who passed the tariff bill and upon the President who signed It In that conteat I know ot but one way to beat them and that Is to fight them just as we fight Mr Bryan and his following PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITY Sarah Hunt ot Lapeca County Michigan has lived for twenty years seclud ed from every male creature living the Ufa of a rcsclue There la not a male creature on her little farm of forty acres altho she keeps a larK flock of all domestic fowls No man has dared enter her premises for many years It Is supposed she will bo tho first can didate for president on the Womans Suffrage Ticket MINE IS St Paul mine at Cherry 111 was sealed Nov 25th and will probably remain sealed for eovcral weeks tho tire having I gained such headway that It was thought boat to cut ore all tho air In tho shalt- ASTOltIARTY SAFE Mall from Cot John Jacob Astor and his party reached New York on Nov 23 by the steamer Harry Luckonback and tho Astor yacht puzzle Is solved Tho steamer left tho Astor yacht at San I wlSltoFOTIULL KILLS TWENTYNINE According to a list made public recent ly twentynlna playcro In various parts of tho country lost their lives during tho football season just closed Minor injuries mounted Into the hundreds In 1908 thero were 13 deaths from football and In 1907 there wero 14 BRYAN FOR OPTION In an edi torial In tho current lasuo ot tho Commoner Wm Jennings Bryan takes a strong position In opposition to tho salon and liquor dealer and declares tho term personal liberty to bo n misnomer Tho article Is taken to forecast Mr Bryans coming declaration for county option in Nebraska WOMEN STOP POSSEFlrlngt- rotn tho doorway of their home on a sheriff posse to gtvo their father and brother tlzio to eccape Mrs Cbas Daniels and her IG year old daughter were shot to death near Devon W Va by tho officers Tho shooting grow out ot a family feud between th Christiana and Daniels oa tho bor der of West Virginia and Kentucky J SHIP QUAILS IN COFFIN An at tempt recently to ship GOO quail In a coffin from upper Michigan to Mil waukee in violation of tho state game law was frustrated by a keen nosed bird dog Game Warden Harrington was at tho railway station at Flat wood Mich when a rough box con taining a coffin was brought in for shipment While the intended shipper armed with his death certificate duly signed by a physician waa talking dOBrconfiscated and tho man who hai brought them to the station disappear ed PROHIBITION SETBACK The most serious reverse 1 which state r prohibition has received recently came In tho election in Alabama Monday A constitutional amendment to provide Mate wide prohibition was defeated by a majority of about 20000 Tho most Surprising teaturo of tho vote was that there was an adverse sentiment over tho state generally tho country districts Joining with tho cities in voting against the amendment AFTER NICARAGUA Reports from Nicaragua indicate that tho execution of tho two Americans whoso deaths have caused tho U S Govern ment to Intervene In tho rebellion there was entirely without justifies j tlon It is now believed that the Continued on Fourth PIp THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People WASHINGTON LETTER Roosevelt Conspiracy a Nightmare Attacks on Administration Incited by The Interests A Resume of Roosevelt Administration Washington D C Nov 27 1909 Did you over hear of tho Boglo Mane Whcn I was a little boy my nurso used to state me by telling about the Bo Io Man 1C seems ho was a great big awful kind of a fellow who ato up bad little boys If I was bad maybe he would get ino and ho might get mo any way But somehow tho I waa badlyi scared ho never did real ly eat nr0 up Well there aro a lot ot people mound hero who have got a Bosie Man They aro so afraid of him that they alt up nights being skeared And when they era sitting up late that way they sea things They are having awful tad dreams just now The name cf their boglo man is Teddy Ho Is a long ways off but they are moro afraid ot him than ot anything else oa earth They ore afraid ho will como back which is likely and will bo elected president again In 1912 and when they think of tho possibilities cf this they have cold chUb cJI up and Bonn their backs and they sweat dope of blood anu they shiver and pull tho bedclothes over their faces Maylo they have been bad The latest dream is called a con spiracy nsolnet Taft It is a horrible nightmare These mon cay that some ot Roooevolta friends are bond ed together in r dark conspiracy to discredit PMA Taft administration that thoy are throwing ore on his of ficers and attacking him and that thoy aro trying to make It impossible for Taft to bo ronomlnatcd and reelected at tho end of his present term Now those dreams are based on a tow solid facts Thoro has been and is a severe attack on Secretory Bal linger lie Is accused ot friendliness to the interests and a number of men appointed by Roosevelt to different offices have accused him ot violating the law Chief of thoao attackers is Gifford Plnchot who did such fine work for tho forests under Roosevelt Then there la an attack on Taft by a tow mon Thoy claim that tho recent tart rovtcloh was not very wholellOOPoand otherwise lacking In tho tight ho put up and that ho ought to have won moro for the people from Congress Also they accuse him of friend liness to Aldrich and Cannon and that crowd Also they accuse him ot making bad appointments These charges aro made and backed up by several leading newspapers and magazines Some of these magazines aro controlled by frtondB of Rooee j veiL Tho charges have been sot forth In public speeches by sonic men who aro also friends of Roosevelt and therefore cornea tho Bogle those men are trying to got Roose velt back as president tho people ray Now of course It is Impossible to provo what a man thinks but there are a few tAct that make this bad dream look rather foolish In the first i place Mr Taft L not seeing anything of the kind In tho second place those same papers that nro criticising Taft and Balllngcr are about the same ones that criticised Roosevelt when ho was In power In tho third place and dont forget tills Taft was chosen InIby tho suffrage of tho people sad ALL ROOSEVELTS FRIENDS KNO Tills So It Li plain that It there is conspiracy flint Roosevelt has nothing to do wIUi this EO It cant sue ceed second Roosevelts friends know that ho will not break them up In it and third Taft Is not worried I by It Seeing these aro all tho people Involved it makes that dream seem rather silly dont you think so j And yet theoo men some of them Important aro really scared and they1 aro really tryJet to scare the whole American people Thero must bo some reason back s t all the fuss and the agitation makoa It worth while to go Into matters a little more deeply and see what the Inside looks like Now tho men who aro dreamrng thooo dreams or rather nightmares are the ones who are doles what Is called big business and the things they aro afraid Roosevelt will do is to hurt bulneco In other words to decrease profits Thero ore two ways of looking at this big matter of pros perity Tho business men such as run Wo1st and manage great corpor ations jnJgo prosperity by their pro flte=as wb all do They say that when thcro la a big profit oa business Continued on fourth Pugt JllJIIA mon ought to take as good CUre of his mind as be does of his body He is mighty careful to see that his physical ureis kept up by three square meals a day His brain needs food just the same and when a fellow goes without a newspaper for a year or two he is hurting himself just as badly as if he went without food for a week or ANOTHER SLANDER ON THE MOUNTAINS Writing to Thousaudsticks a few weeks ago ono W J Lampton In an article on education said whenever HIM word education li uitril mot people think It mrniin book nml Itrrfen to chonli nnd book and trnclicr and name o- flhrtnhyatIt The Illiteracy In KentuckANI iOTAIILAM NOriu MOUNTAIN rKOlLK proof of tliUwijrlliR The Citizen has been told so often that it does not represent mountains sentiment that itwnited for some of the papers which spend all their spare time hollering about their devotion to the mountains to answer this slander but they all seem silent possibly because the editors do not realize how serious the charge of illiter acy is Mr Lntnptou charges that the mountains are more illiterate than the rest of the state While many of the articles which this gentleman hM written for Thousandsticks and much of his advice have been helpful such a statement as this ought not to be allowed to go unchallengedThe in the case are a little bard to get at but certainly the charge which would put the mountains behind the rest of the state is without foundation There is not a shred of evidence to support it The figures of the government census now nearly ten years old give to the mountain counties about as good standing as any others And since then the mountains have more tban waked up to both their duties and their opportunites and mountain schools have improved so rapidly that not only has a mountain school taken the prize offered for the best in the state but the average of conditions in the moun tain country schools is better than in any other part of the state The editor bad the privilege last winter of being present at a meeting In which Mrs Desha Breckinridge was the work undertaken by Lexington and Louisville women for the mountain schoolsWe are sorry not to be able to quote her exact words but in effect she said that when they began this work they sincerely believed the mountains to be the most backward and freely said no making severe comparisons But in due time their work ltd then to investigate ed ucational conditions in other parts of the state and since then said Mrs Breckinridge we have had no feelings that we dare criticise the mountains for they are doing more than the Blue Grass in spite of their heavy handicaps Sho spokeless than the truth The mountains are today making up bravely for whatever faults of omission in educational lines they may have committed in the post and if tbo present rate is kept up mountain schools will soon be able to take high rank The demand for good teachers is stronger in tho mountainsthe school houses are being improved more rapidly and in every way the mountains are outdistancing the rest of the state There is still room fur im mense improvement but the progress is rapid and the actual con ditions are far from being so bad as even some friends of tho mountains allege Good advice is always welcomed by wise men and Mr Lampions letters contain much of it but ho will find that his general effect for goodwill be larger if he pays a little more attention to the facts PRESIDENTS STORMY PASSAGE I s S Adriatic At Sea Nov 17 100D Dear Friends In Berea It iota reaches you It will show that wo touched at Plymouth England as we now hope to do tomorrow A day later after touching thu coast ot France wo should reach Southampton We are alrcad a day lato because ot headwind this being the most I stormy pastas ti this steamer ever made Neptune god ot the sea does not seem to kuow that this Is the lar gest twinscrew steamer in tho world and tosses her about like a chip on I the great ocean Tho Adriatic Is 720 foot long but she pitches and rolls like any ot tho smaller craft We have a good location near tho center Of the vessel but each day tho storm has lncreaerr BO aa to keep us I seasick and wo now intend to see all wo ever expect to see of the old world on this trip and never come again An wo are able we take turns reading to our llttlo crowd Havo read Whites now book A Certain Rich Man and wo wish ovary advanced student In Berea could read it I nm writing to havo two copies put In tho Library at once We aro also reading Westo Ancient World the textbook used by tho second year Academy Class and we find that as Interesting as a novel Wo shall soon be showing Cleveland and Edith the Rosetta Stone and other historical ox hibits In tho British Museum Besides this wo aro rcadlnc Gardiners History ot England so that we may understand the mother country to which wo are journeyingTho telegraph brings us some Scraps of news Thero are only 1100 people on the steamer In sum mer sho often carries 3000 Tho Geo graphy classes can trace our course following the gulf steam which keeps us comfortably warm Tomorrow wo shall pass The Bishops the Eddy stone Lighthouse and tho harbor from which the Pilgrim Fathers sailed for I America My first American ancestor camo in 1635 and tho voyage lasted 54 days so ho had a harder time than I With best wishes to all Boreans and all our friends who read Tho Citizen Electric Lighting Industry The electric lighting industry IsI represented In tho United States by 5264 companies and municipal plants i i 1 ABOUT OURSELVES I We hope all our readers are getting all tho benefit possible out of tho good things which we are offering them every week Some busy men find It hard to tako an hour or two ort and read a paper thru but the effort Is bound to bo well repaid In a paper like The Citizen It kind ct limbers a fellows brain up and makes work como coaler This weep wo hove another fine Washington letter It may not say just the thing that every one would like to hear but It comes mighty neat telling the truth about matters that are Important to all of us It Is based Ion tho best information attainable Is written by a man who has years of experience In dealing with rational politics Read it thru A great deal of Interest Is being aroused in tho arithmetic problems we are printing on an inside page Unfortunately a good many peoplo do not get the right answers The pro blems are not for children you know This week for Instance we got nearly a dozen answers and only one of them was right See If you cant better The names of all people ndlnc In correct answers are print IdO every week Dont overlook our continued story Smith It Is getting toward the most interesting and thrill lug parts now and there are scenes every week that stir a mans blood It Is a flue story tho novel printed In book form sells for a dollar and a halfi a volume and It Is well worth reading Try It Next week we will havo as good a list of useful articles as ever Tho Washington letter will bo a forecast of what Congress will probably do It will give you a chance toslzo up the ability of our Washington man for by remembering what he says now and comparing It with what happens you can find out how much he knows Wo venturo to predict that he will come as close as any man writing for the big city dailies Also there will bo other good things aa always RAISING SUBSCRIPTIONS In announcing an increase in the subscription price of his paper Editor J A Hotfa of the Morrow County Republican of Mount Gilead 0 gives tho following roans 19rKnowledge powerand knowledge KENTUCKY DECEMBER SEALEDThe twotWW discussing Better Than A Govern= 1 ment Bond i i1 1 A Savings Account in this Bank I Jpays more than a Government Bond and is just as safe It will earn 4 per cent interest compounded semian and your money is in a bank that has demonstrated itself to be as solid as a rock Come in and start a Savings Account Now and watch it f grow 1 I I Berea Bank trust Co r ESTABLISHED 1901 r W H Pres Andrew Isaacs Vice W Stephen Cashier J Moore W Stewart P Cornelius K Baker H Chrisman J R Hays E F Coyle W M Hayes I tt t I Labor that cost us 100 a year ago now coats us 175 Paper that cost 170 a few years ago now coste 235 postago that formerly cost the publisher a cent a pound outside the ccunty and free Insldo the county now costa tho publisher when a sub scriber is a year or moro In arrears a cent on each paperto us exactly 101 a year A few years ago it took two shocks of corn to nay a years subscription now ono shock will bring enough money to pay for two years subscription Not many years ago it took the prlco of two turkeys to pay for one jears subscription now one turkey will sell for enough to pay for two years One lamb several years ago sold for the price or 24 months sub scription now one lamb will sell for enough to pay for 48 months read Ing matter Take your pencil do little figuring and HehGw t ili aI profit wo mako furnishing two a week at 160 when other papers charge 100 to 125 a year for one issue a week Our compositors claim they can not work at the old figures and we believe they are right They say that meat that formerly cost ten cents a pound now costs 1C cents lard has been raised by the retailer from nine cents to 15 cents loaves of bread that weighed six ounces now weigh tour ounces other things ere in proportion Ptoplo like our pancr Our subscription list Ir growing We give you the news while it Is news We want you to remain In the Morrow County Republcan family WhIch leak the Western Publisher to remark again that there la no time like tho present to raise the subscription price A list of subscribers of halt your size at a rate that will al low a marin of a profit Is preferable to one ot four times Its present pro portions on n loan basis TO AN OAK Monarch ot tho forest trees Giant of the centuries 0 that thou couldst tell thy tale Strong survivor of the gale Tell of the events that passed Round they In tho sun and blast Since a seedling first you grew Slowly In the sun and dew I All these things you cant express Giant of the wilderness But in fancy I can see Things which wore unknown to thee Here the wild deer paused to drink At this clear cool fountains brink Drank and leaped away in fear For a hunter red was near Here within thy gentle shade Tho red man wooed tho dusky maid Hero the flowers adorned the wood Hero the Indians wigwam stood And among thy boughs were sung Songs of various birds that flung Music far but now thero floats From thv bough one red birds notesI Hero no more the wild bucks roam Hero Is found no Indians home Many a change has taken placo With the erring human race Since a seedling first you grew Slowly In the sun and dew And thy tale wo can but guess Giant of the wilderness Marlon H Frederick r r t Is the way to keep up with modern is to read a good newspaper I nually DIRECTORS r Porter P J J J J R ti iioiii OWN STATE Big Bond for Burley Receivers= State University Wins Football Championship from gotiations Opened for Sale of Pool ed Tobacco Senator Bradley III 1 t t BURLEY RECEIVERSHIP T o Burley Tobacco Society has askedUS to print a long article from the Lep ington Herald explaining that the present movement against tho oftlc rs of the society Is not backed by a large majority of the members oC the poo and that many of them are now working tohelJ1 the present pool These facts are undoubtedly so and we see no need of printing the long article bavln o her uses fo or yrthatweany principle In either law or justice which permitted any numb r of men to take property from evvn a single man and use It for their owi benefit and this is what the oflfeers of the present pool aro accused ot doing It was to prevent this that the receivers were appointed- L E SOLDA report becgnfo current in this state early week that the L N had bought the L ENo confirmation of the report has yet been received OSBORNE DIES Oscar Osborao who on Nov 23 shot his wife asha was entering her carriage at Richmond and then turned the gun on himself died In the hospital at Richmond three days later Mro Osborno is not expect I ed to recover nor Is Robert Kendrick who stabbed himself because of grief WINS BY A NOSEIn the greatest Luckyfeated Central University on tho formers grounds on Thanksgiving iy winning tho State championship Ipro than 6000 people witnessed the game which was hotly contested from start to finish JAILBIRDS ESCAPE Boyd Per klns Mono and Wm Carpenter all sent up from Whitley County for sellIng whiskey made their escape from the jail at London early Sunday smaUJsteelan opening 7 by 12 Inches thru whichI they crawled This looks like an im el1Iner which Is 10 by 1C through which 1ryIone at a time GROOM 77 BRIDE 11lack Mi lea ago 77 and Lila Plckerl ago 11 both of Monroe County Kentucky were married recently at Thompkinsvllle I that county Tho fact that this makes the fifth time the groom has taken la himself a helpmeet adds to the fund I of neighborhood gossip which has stirred the housewives to a high pitch DIG BOND The bond for the I receivers of the Burley Tobacco pool for 190C and 1907 has been fixed by I Judgo Denton at 200000 Leo S Bald win and Rufus Lisle were appointed receivers by Judge Denton Mr Bald win Is excounty clerk and a promin ent business man of Winchester Mi Leslie was for a number of years connected with the Winchester Bank but Is now in the timber business NEdOTATIONS OPENED NeEpta tlons for the solo ot the 1909 crop of Continued on fourth pa ge I j I e- r 1 1Ui5PEPiLN SMUJ1I SYNOPSIS tturruT Sinclair and hla gang of wreck called out to clear the railroad tracks at Smoky Creek McCloud a young road auperlntenAsnt caught Sin= tlalr and hU men In the act of looting r he wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In nocence declaring It only amounted to a d echargedtherwholeroutatni dMcCloud orde the wreckage burned became acofwreck Gordon Smith told PresidentbraaekaghtecallnnatoidgangofClouds t crazed miners and that was reason for the superintendents appointment to his office McCloud board at the boarding houaa of Mrs Slnclalr the xforemans deserted wife Dlcksle n fling was the daughter of the late Rich IUd Dunning who had died of a broken heart after his wifes demise which occurred after one year of mar insseriouslyfled Smith that he had work ahead A stock train was wrecked by an open switch Later a paaaenger train was held tin and the express car robbed Two men Of a s ursuing the bandits were aSinclairtailed Ire warned McCloud thAt his life was In danger McCloud was carried presenceDunnlncway he had already signed for Dlckale rrtrayDlckslwarn him hla life was In danger On hla veAir created consternation Dlcksle and Ma- rIon appealed to McCloud for help Wbts lcCloudtoolcDunning welcomed them cordially Mr ftGOdDldcsleanch He tried to persuade his deserted wife to return to him She refused He havingtoleDraid up ing recapholdRacpWilliamswerebtheSmith Sangrtebstock Including bandits Du Sang among them CHAPTER XXVIIContlnued It was not the first time the Wil lams Cache gang had sworn to get nlm and had worked together to do itout for the first time It looked as if they might do It A single chance was loft to Whispering Smith for his life and with his coat slashed with bullets he took It For an Instant hIs life hung on the success of a trick so ap pallingly awkward that a clover man might have tailed In turning it If his rifle should play free In the scabbard as he reached for It he could tall to the ground releasing it as ho plunged from the saddle and make a fight on his feet If the rifle failed to release ho was a dead man To so narrow an issue aro tbe cleverest combinations sometimes brought by chance He dropped his empty revolver ducked like a mud ben on hIs horses neck throw back his leg and with all the precision he could summon caught iho grip of big muley in both hands He made his fall heavily to tho ground landing on his shoulder But u he keeled from the saddle tho last thing that rolled over the saddle like tho flashof a porpoise fin wastbe barrel ol the rifle secure In his hands Karg on horseback was already bending over him revolver in hand but tho shot was never fired A 3030 bullet from the ground knocked tho gun into tho air and tore every knuckle from Kargs rand Du Sang spurred in from tho right A rifleslug like an ax at the root caught him through the middle His fingers stiffened Ul1 sixshooter fell to the ground oai ho ucklnl1eWporing Smith covered with dust rose joHatshim Face downward the huge bulk motionless i Ride hIs fallen horse held up the Jloody stump of his gun hand and Du Sang 50 yards away reeling like a spurredtIlsporing Smith running softly to the side of his own trembling animal threw himself into the saddle and ad justing his rifle sights as tho beast Rlungad down the draw gavo chase tohoSeagrye CHAPTER XXVIII SangVTHlspcrlng In if i lather rude slowly back 20 minutes later with Seagrue disarmed ahead of him The deserted battlogrounl was or alive with men Stormy Gorman hot capturedRargagain and Smith listened with amiable surprise while ho explained that seeIng Dancing killed and not being able to tell from Whispering Smiths peculiar tactics which side he was companIons ing prSmithBUI Dancing lay lifted the huge head from the dust and tried to turn the giant over A groan greeted the attempt his Bill open your oyes Why would you not do as I wanted you tot he murmured bitterly to himself A sec ond groan answered him Rmlth called for water and from a canteen drenched the palfld forehead talking vofttr nx nwblle but hIs efforts to ro h4t yKANKITSPEABMAN m acCOPYRCHri store consciousness were unavailing He turned to where two of tie tow boyi had dragged Karg to Ux iitmnd and three others had their oia com panIon Scagrue in hand WU11 two held huge revolvers within six inches of hlj head a third waa edjiwtlng a ropeknot under his ear Whispering Smith becatua inter ted Hold on told bo mildly goingtoWere going to bang these fellows answered Stormy with a Tolley of hairraising imprecations- Oh so Just put them on horses under guard Thats what were going to do exclaimed the foreman Only were going to run em over to those cotton woods and drive the horses out from trader em Stead still you towheaded cow thief he cried slipping the ooose up tight on George Seagrnes neck WhisperingSmIthmay be joking but I am not Either do as I tell you or release those men Well I guess we are not joking ry much You heard me didnt yout demanded Stormy angrily We are going to string these damned crit ters up right here in the draw on the first tree Whispering Smith drew a pocket J r D and walked to Flat Nose slit the around hIs neck pushed him out of tbo circle and stood In front of him You cant play horse with be said curtly Get over here Karg Come now who is to walk In first You act like a Gorman Hard words and a followed but Smith did not change and there was a Have you fellows let Du Sang get away while you were fool hero he asked Du Sangs over the hill there on his rse and full of fight yet wo will look him up Smith Come Dont go over there Hel get you you do cried Gorman Let us ace about that you and Karg walk ahead Dont duck run either of Go on Just over the brow of tho hill near which the fight had taken place a man lay below a ledge of granite The horse from which he had fallen was close by but the man had himself out of tho sun to the shade of the above the trail of it all lay very plain on tho hard ground Wa th him Smith with hIs ahead and the riding in a circle behind Du Sang The man In the turned head Smith walked to him and bent down Are you much Da Sang The man with shock and Internal uttered a string of oaths Smith listened till he bad done then he knelt beside him and or 1 put his hand on Du Bangs hand Tell me where you are hit Du Sang Put your hand to ft Is it the t Let mo turn you on your side Easy Does your belt hurt Just a minute now I can loosen that I know you Du Sang Then his eyes terrible roping pink eyes and be swore Du Sang you are not much but Im afraid you are badly hurt said Smith Is there I can do for your Get me some water A creek flowed at no great below the hill but the refused to go for water Smith would have gone with and Karg but Du Sang begged hire not to leave him alone lest Gorman should kill him Smith the a moment 111 put you on my horse said ho at length and take you down to the creek He turned to the and nAcd them to help but thoy refused to touch Du Smith kept his Karg take that horses head said he Come here htfp me lift Du Sang on the horse Too boys onIWith Smith l+ nd Sea grue Du Sang In to saddlo Lt- o rJj j cc 2 Fr rql r c QStG4 His Revolver to the Ground my prisoners going schoolboy wrangle expression backdown playing exclaimed oneThen suggested Seagrue Seagrue you grazing dragged blinding sagebrush rockthe narrowly prisoners cowboys approached sagebrush suffering wounded sinking hemorrhage quietly stomach muttered thickly brightened violently bleeding Whispering anything distance cowboys Whispering Seagree canvassed situation cowboys Song- Whispering patttnce Seagrue Whispering supporting Dropped and Karg leading the horse the caval cado moved slowly down to tho creek amongthejured man for a moment he had even strength enough with some help to ride again and moving In the came halting order they took him to Reb stocks cabin Rebstock at the doo refused to let the sinking man b brought into the house Ho cursed troulbleusury and while Whispering Smith listened told Rebstock with bitter boyDameythey never would have been trailed More than this concerning the affal Du Sang would not say and never said The procession turned from the door Seagruo led the way to Restocks stable and they laid Du San on some hay- Afterward they got a cot under him With suririslng vitality be talked long time to Whispering Smith beat last ff11 into a stupor At nine oclock that night he sat up Ed Banks and Kennedy were standing beside the cot Du Sang became delirious and In his delirium called the name of Whispering Smith but Smith was at Daggs cabin with Bill Dancing In a spasm of pain Du Sang opening bis eyes suddenly threw himself Iack The cot brokr and the dying Ulan rolled under thj feet of tho frlghtaded horses In the light of the lanterns they lifted him back but he was bleed Ing slowly at the mouth quite dead The surgeon afterward found two fatal wounds upon him The first shot passing through the stomach ex plained Du Sangs failure to kill at distance la which uninjured he could E r have placed five shots within the co pass of a sliver dollar Firing for Whispering Smiths heart he had de spite tho fearful shock put four bullets through his coat before the rl ball from tho ground tearing at rig angles across tho path of the first but let had cut down his life to a question of hours Dill Dancing who had been hit in the bead and stunned had be moved back to the cabin at bliss Springs and lay in the little bedroom A doctor at Oroville had been so for but had not come At mldnlg of the second day Smith who was bo aide his bed saw him rouse up and noted the brightness of his eyes looked around bedlTauare How do you feel t- AInt that blamed doctor here reU SolbackIn the morning Whispering Smith who had cleansed and dressed the wound and felt sure the bullet bad not obJeotloning him to rIde slowly You can go prleoncDiliDrill Young is going to take them to Oroville and you can act as chairman of the guard Before the party started Smith called Seagrue to him George you saved my Ilfo ones Do you remember in the Pan Handle Well I gave you yours twice in tho Cache day before yesterday I dont know how ykeptW OU I wit do what I can for you Dont talk ta Anybody CHAPTER XXIX McCloud and Dlcksle News of the fight in Williams Cad reached Medicine Bend in tho nig Horsemen filling In the gaps botwe telephones leading to the north cou try made the circuit complete but t accounts contused and colored In repeating came in a cloud of dieting rumors In the streets lit groups of men discussed the fm mcntary reporta as they came fro the railroad offices Toward morning Sleepy Cat nearer the scene of tbo fight began sending In telegraphic ports In which truth and rumor we strangely mixed McCloud waited at the wires all night hoping for tru worthy advices as to the result but ceIved none Even during tho morn- Ing nothing came and the silence seemed more ominous than tho bod news of the early night Routine bust ness was almost suspended and Mc- Cloud and Roonoy Leo kept tho win warm with inquiries signIngwalked hurriedly up the ball and tated In the passageway before open door of his of ice Ho gave exclamation ao be pushed back b chair She was in her riding suit lu as she had slipped from her saddl- Oh Mr McCloud have you heard the awful news Whispering Smith was killed yesterday in Williams Cache byaDu Sang hopethatnothing hero but rumors perhaps It these that you have beard No not Blake one of our men was In the fight and got back at the ranch at nine oclock this morning I heard the story myself pad I right in toto see Marlon and courage failed moI camo hero first Does she know do you think Blake saw him fall from tho saddle after he was shot and everybody ran away and Du Sang and two other men were grounod with hIs life Blake said he must Ishn- d t McCloud stunned at her words led her to his chair and bent over her yothink tro was hardly or dispatchersdoor thresholdgIn her handkerchief McCloud had been in bitnsotThe very calmness of the two dlspatcheHeshuffled his feet Give me your dl patch said McCloud Impatiently Quito unablo to take his hollow eyes off Dlcksle poor ROOMY ad vanced handed the telegram to Mc Cloud and beat an awkward tetra MrCloud dcvosred the words of It mes age at a glance Ah he cried this is from Gw don himself sent from Sleepy CRt lie must bo safe and unhurt Listen t IntoWllliama andaU aBeagrue a L I III Those are Gordon Initials It Is the slrwfturo over which be tele graph me You see this was sent last ulpht long after Blake left lie is safe I will take my Ilfo on it irereadrelief she exclaimed But bow can it bot I cant understand it at all but ho Is safe isnt he I was heart broken whcu I heard he was killed Marlon ought to know of this she said rising I am going to tell her And may I come over after I tell Roonoy Leo to repeat this to head quartersWhy t of course it you want to cottagemgonlthomemorning and half deao with a sick toldhtthe headache now at all But what aro you going to dof I am going to get dinner do you want to help helponVerTfunny helphtYou dont know whether I should or not batterredIr I road a tow minutes The railroad be hanged I am for dinner Dot I will get dinner for you You need not I can get it for myI self You are perfectly absurd and if wo stand hero disputing blasters wont have anything to eat dlsputIngthe end of an hour they had two fires goingone In the stove and one in Dlckstea checks By that time It had been decided to have a luncheon ii stead of a dinner Dickslo atlompto some soup and McCloud found a strip of bacon and after he bad cooked It Dickslo with her ridingskirt pinned up and her sleeves delightfully rolled back began frying eggs When Marlon unablo longer to withstand the ment appeared the engineer with endeavor was making toast The three sat down at table logeta er They found they had forgotten tho coffee but Marlon was not allowed to move from her chair When tho coffee was made ready the bacon had been eaten and more had to be trIed McCloud proved able for any part ItIMhtt f oepa6ot thta0alethree talked about Whispering Smith the women tried to discourage thme spoko beIanC0d why without hiate hasod reasons none McCloud persisted because under the flush about his oycs was uo resolve that ho would take one long rIde that evening In any event Ho had made up his haesn over or expected ever to take again and would not bo balked Dickslo Insisting upon going homo horstaeo ovalar fallowlnes seas out of tbo shop to the curb Cloud gave her rein to her and wl smile stood waiting to help her mount She was drawfog on her second meiewont you oven If I cant keep upt Dlcksle looked at his mount would be difficult to keep up with thatehorse inmyNo not Just because I have a better horseCspeaking a Why must you ride home with when I dont want you tot sho oaks uponherwas saying She saw only tho expres- sIon of his eyes and looked swap but er she knew that his eyes followed her Tho sun had set Tho deserted street as lay In tho white halflight of a moun 1taln evening and tho days radiance was dying in the sky In lower tones deadley er Ive wanted so long to say thisJDlcksle that 1 might as well be dead as to try to keep it back any longer of Thats why I want to rldo homo withse you if you aro going to lot me Ho to henIt slipped his finger into lila waist tcoat pocket and held something out In frodm camap couldnt bear to give It back Dlckslos eyes opened wide La mo see It I dont think that Is Great heaven I Have I been car SeblherWhere are you going Dlcksies voice was faint pinbe here Give it to mo DIcluJe dare you tell mt alter a to z Ohl Mr McCloud Have You Heard the Terrible News shock like thatt It really Is your pin tjOh I dont know whoso pin It is Why what Is tho matter Give mo the pin She put her hands unsteadily up under her hat Hero for heavens sake If you must have something take this comb I She slipped from her head the shell that held her knotted hair Ho caught her hand and kissed It and she could not get It away You aro dear murmured Dtckelef+ 9I you are silly The wouldnt let you rldo home with mo Is because I was afraid you might got shot How do OU I should 1thinkHow do I know What do you meant I will not let you rids home ridedgoing to stay with Marlon all nlhtICHAPTER XXXJThe Laugh of a Woman dWithin an hour Marion working over a In the trimming room was startled to hear the cottage door open ana to sco Dickslo qule unconcernedly walk In To Marion exclamation of surprise she returned only a laugh I have changed my mind dear I am going to stay all sight approvinglyjshant know you Dickslo In tact I believe this Is the most sensible thing you were over guilty of Glad you think so returned Dick dryly unpinning her hat cer inly hopo it Is Mr McCloud persuaded me It wasnt right for me to rldo home alone and I know better than ho what danger there was for Ihim In riding homo with soso here I am Ho Is coming over for supper too in a few minutes When McCloud arrived he brought with him a porterhouse steak and Marlon was again driven from the kltchea At the end of an hour Dick eta engrossed over tho broiler was putting the finishing touches to the steak and McCloud more engrossedtWill watching her when a diffident appearedInhand undecidedly on the casing While ho stood Dickslo turned abruptly to McCloud Oh by tho way I have forgotten something Will you do mo a favorT Certainly I Do you want money or a pass No not money said Dickslo lift log the steak on her fork though you might glue me a pass gothI dont want to go anywhere but 1 never had a pass and I think It would be kind of nice to have one just to youd might put It in the interestItye on passes Well a good deal of Interest is toll themon this division at tenet Is the favor IYes what Is IU How can I thlnk1ItI know If they dont put Jim ia box stall tonight be will kill some ol touchdKettledrum a Perfect Instrument The kettledrum Mr Gabriel death contended was perfectly competent to produce atmosphere as well rhythm Even to tune tho Instrument three things were required s perfect musical ear a Ono sense ol touch and five years experIence playing over a kettledrum written 80 years ago from AftrRobert le Diablo Mr Clcathcr tinued I venture to say that the musical profession not ono per in a hundred of those who listen an orchestra today knows that tim peal have notes and can glvo out a addedhadkettledrum for none could be played more softly and none had greater pen etrating power v IAffinity Denned tottdtAlculUeary andISuch a Bensexss wordy t exclaimed then turning to her husband What is an affinity any accommodationaptness And ever since bos been using all his cleverness In the ttort t explain hex he know I e 1 llThXIDillJ IDIill i1ffi 1 ii llm TIY e a IJ OUR PACKMORJ J Q I e 1 t rcvncw CARreou worn rlltE TOP i JJ r T HK weather seemed sot fine and I Jolt 10 elated with my previous success with the IDOOBO that when my hunt er Albort proposed a re i treat up the trail of flvo miles to a high sugarloaf mountain on the Tu mountalUB I consented 1 meant tAke somo chances In a second at tempt to get the big caribou Soon wo reached a point opposite tho moun begatwent In front cutting down trees for wo bad to forco our own trail I Snow was falling when wo got hit tamp so Albert put up his own Iltt lent and alongside It the small shel ter which ho always carried for his four dogs After supper having led the dogs tho trapper sat lato over the Ore smoking his pipe when looking over his shoulder ho saw an lmmon wolf standing at his sldo As moved the wolf tripped him firmly the shoulder but did not succeed throwing him down It might bo thought that tho dogs which were ing on tbo other aldo of tho fire wou havo growlod and at onco attacked tho wolf but this was not the ca with tho dogs of Casslar On they retreated Into their where they set up a dismal 1COntral1fear seems to have kept his head presence of mind and t being unable to reach the ax or riff be grabbed the first weapon th j came handiest namely n burning j brand from the fire With this hu truck the wolf three times lightly on the nose when It at length let go and he gave It a stunning crack over theII bead Tho wolf now slunk away Septomber 20 Is one of tho r d- letIter days of my life so I must glvo It full At dawn we moved our out four miles to the highest wood Tho walking for once w and firm and as we forced our through tho last of tho willow j ththeV dorlng eyes Four thousand feet blow wan tho Tanzllla lost In grcat golden splashes of cottonwood bite and poplar Successions of deep gre- eI l Dnr woods rolled away to tho west as as the grand canyon of t Stlklne and looking beyond were bug mountains between that river and t Iskoot now covered with deep an permanent snow It was a glorio day for spying and on every point andIwero hundreds of likely spots for the great caribou but not ono could find I guess wolves scare him right out of tho country said Albert as closed the glass with an Irrltab snapWe had now walked about 12 miles I nnd I was feeling very tired and had great dlmculty In breathing In tho rarefied atmosphere Wo will Just look this last valley said Albert moving to tho left I searched with the glass and then gave It to Albert who had hardly placed It to his eye when he dropped lt excitedly exclaiming Caribou plenty big bulls 0handmbonfirst move was to descend Into the valley and hide the horso The wind was blowing directly In our faces so that all went well ant we reached tho last stick of covo From this point wo had a fine view of tho caribou many of which had b this tlmo risen to their feet and wer dencendlng tho hill They stopped cl frequently to feed and It was fully c aIstood opposite our hiding place What t t ii an Immense beast ho looked and h hll11hadcamebYshoot and kept my eyes glued on tbo big fellow who was still lying do Ovolargoan Instant but that ho would do aught greatdisgustother way My heart sank to the depths of despair Even tho phieg matte Albert fidgeted and almost said something Ho kept looking inten- p at tho herd on our left and I cot read his thoughts as he mentally planned a fresh stalk at tho main herd But oven to look In that dl ro tlon signified an admission of weakness on my part so I kept the glass glued on tho object of my desires till my eyes ached at watching his slow measured steps Again and again ho stopped nnd looked back at his Into masstoik In too wako of the icsnatchwhat Is thief Ho has started and Is somothln1frlgbtened appeared to excite his jealousy for he Is a master bull without doubt and t t1egoes head Tho show of power drives lieafrightened docs together and Ii en back on tho troll They hesitate a ga1lopsehas turned Alberts taco Is a study J acltnwas a rcompcnso for the hard 111ldId lu of tho others and thus pass within easy shot Moreover 1 tofelt that I had been right to walt and pleases any mans vanity On begto300 yards Now they stop and smell- about the old tracks for caribou like othersatuts of ears and trots slowly down the hill towards our hiding place Albert worms himself into a desirable support behind mtestright shoulder and all Is In rcadlne for his majesty Tho nearer ho corn tho bigger his horns look and though not long they contain a fore atand eefitcaus eaout othoasn hlnda and I must walt till they ha moved Ho pokes ono gently out e way and then himself moves for cartoon rowhranIs I Blvo a whoop of triumph for those hrcu stagsdon aro ds usIj gather in a solid pack as a result of anticrca es aweIll they string out and run Now they nro off tearing over tho hula in a mad i rightleon shots Dut It Is hopeless as I cannot ace tho striking point of tho bullets A loud call on tho part of Albert now directs my attention to tho stag I had shot and I seo him struggling toregain his tent so I at onco placq a bul lot through the lungs which produces immediate collapse The first shot It seems had gone a llttlo to high and too far forward between tho neck and shoulder stagesinth m that day on the glorious Tuyn when a little selfrestraint with a result equal to ones highest hopes- J 0 MILLAI8 Hammerrof w41 chteeda paot of a To Bring Countries Closer Penny postage is proposed between Great Britain and Turkey ORDERS OIl TRUST DISSOLVED FEDERAL COURT SUSTAINS GO ERNMENT IN BIG SUIT Standard Is Declared Illegal Corpora tlon In Important DecisionOsP- endant Will Appeal St rauJTho government won a sweeping victory over the Standard Oil corporation Saturday In an opinion written by Judge Walter H Sanborn of St Paul and concurred by Judges Vandeventer Hook a Adams with a special concurring opin ion by Judge Hook tho United Stat circuit court for the eastern distil opinllan n operating In restraint of trade and dered Its dissolution The opinion of the court and the tier of dissolution were fllcS elmulta ously In St Paul and St Louis decree takes effect 30 days from t date of its filing unless suspended an appeal to the supremo court that tlmo an Injunction will be Is sued restraining the Standard OH Company from a further continuance IWof Its business under Its present f Thirtythree of tho seventyodd co cerns In the Standard corporation a dissolutiontothem optfiven to I company cannot do business under any form with the object of eliftt competition for ho says that with t end of the combination too monapotwill naturally disappear but not do so and the members of combination retire from 1t except o monopolyIdproperties and Instrumentalities It would constitute a violation pf the de- c cree of the court Tho Standard OH Company pro orated a formidable array of legal tal ent led by John 0 Milburn of New York The defense was that tho pres ant organization of tho Standard Oil corporation was the result of the not ural growth of n great Industry and- o that no statute had been violated sTAB PEACEMAKER TO DEATH Police Battle with Mob Bent on Doing Youngu yeah0415ecause he attempted Sunday to peacemaker and defended an man from attack by a younger man In his efforts to save tho old m stabbedk28 years old who was arrested Whllo ho was being rushed to the apatrol wagon he narrowly escaped lynching at the hands of an angry mob of fishermen Tho scene of the tragedy was on tho lake pier at tho foot of Sixteenth street in tho midst of a long line of fishermen Denfleld bad arrived early and was getting his lines ready when ho called upon George Krapp who lives In a hut near the pier to per form an errand for him Krapp Is old man and was not yet dressed Dcnflold was In a hurry and because Krapp was Blow in getting on h 1sly shoes ho kicked him In the back Hearing tho aged mans cries a crowd of fishermen gathered around In pro Hell however was ono of the safirst tp offer active Interference hejjKrap As he did so Denfleld endrew a long hunting knife and withiwarning witnesses say plunged It Into too peacemakers heart ofMINISTER HANGS HIMSELF Body of Rev J C Hathaway of Mary HangingulMoryvllle Moi1o body of Rev J C Hathaway rector of St Pauls Episcopal church was found train a Wabash railroad ridge In too northeast part of the city No reason Is known for his sul ride unless It was that he woe dls satisfied with life It was known that be was ambitious but was unable because of the small ness of his congregation to carry out mindroDR CLEMINSON IS Jury Quickly Reaches Verdict Prls ImprisontChicago Dr Haldano Clemlnson was found guilty Saturday night of too murder of his wire Nora Jane Clemlnson by a Jury In Judge Me Suretys court and hJ punishment was fixed at Imprisonment for life Only ono Jurist stood between the accused physician and tho gallows Too final verdict was reached after e 12 men had deliberated less than hours and tour ballots had been 44 taken Will Await Courts Ruling New York The Standard OH Com tjlivelyetShermanwlthi the appeal to tho United States supremo court from tho decree the United States circuit court orRUlllaSaratov European Itussla Fifteen prisoners were hanged here Tueada yucatton thbeen GracevSuadiy School Ltnoo for Dee S 1909 Sptclally Arrwised for IbIs Paper LESSON TEXT2 Cor 1115 Memory v erse 9- GOLDEN TEXTRemember the words of the Lord Jesus how he ctlveAcls It Is more biased to give than to tare Thoughtdd ness and Principles Cct JerusalemT1ny norur whlorh so piece Bhich Paul wrote to tho Corinthians discipleshe at as a faAtof the church at Jerusalem would be bound closer to the Gentile Christians aorad now was needed becauso there was no small rodanger of rupture livfoan8 whetilo were the wealthy class all had much more money In circulation than fiWhyHelp 15 The Christians were as a herule from the poorer classes 2 T- pposition to them as Christians ma difficult for them to obtain work f hetheir support neIL Tho Privilege of Giving Vs 2 h Wo do to you towlt R V 9 youknowlovingkindnesslightful and producing In them the graces of tho Christian life bestow on the churches ot Macedonia espe c hilly tho church at Philippi who repeatedly sent donations to Paul help him in his work 2 Tho abundance of their Joy In tho next chapter wo havo a most In teresting expression God loveth a cheerful giver ho totes such a ono because ho is a man after Gods o hntlOonyIII Giving Out of Poverty and Af OlctlonV 2 This abundance of joy indfoedono IiasWasIPhlllpplans were very generous they gave oven too much freely without persuasion on tho part of Paul In his J sayNoj these doctrines who Is not engaged in acting upon them GhlngVexpectatlons portance chiefly onWhat St Paul says is virtually this Wo expected little from people so poor but by Gods will they literal put themselves at the service of ie Lord in tho first Instance and of us as tits administrators They said to us to our amazement and joy nro Christs and yours after him command In this matter VI Completing tho Crlclo of Vir everythingabound In this grace also This bo done In order to make their octet perfect Every virtue omitted or lessened Injures tho wholo character and diminishes the Influence oftheevery virtue VII Tho Example of Christ V Yo know the grace the loving favor of our Lord Jesus Christ that though ho was rich as the eternal Son of God In heaven before ho camo to earth Yet for your sakes he became poor This means Infinitely more than ab stinence from material good while on earth For riches denotes not actual enjoyment of the things possessed but control over things needful or plea ant to us VIII Tho Will for tho Dl1edV 12 If there be first a willing mind r v if tho readiness Is there A dispo sition to give a heart that is ready for selfdenials What God wants is TYaright soul a right character a ing heart and ho does not measure reward it according to its means tonlyexpressing itself It tho willing mind or the gift is accepted r v acceptable according to that a man hath etc A delightful principle worthy of him who loveth n cheerful giver 2 Cor 97 that tho acceptability of all our offerings depends not on t amount given but on tho proportl Oa campExSchaff This sentiment the Savlot expressly stated and defended in thebbrcase of tho poor widow Mnk 1242 Luko 2114- SystemaUc Giving Tho amour given by aiiy person varies with b circumstances A man with no tamleor no children should glue moro 1largeof tho children a real giving to the Lord Dut everyone Is better off for giving some blw1l1financially and his children will up hotter men and woolen education Is more important than e In giving to the Lord through who need help i I 1 1885 Berea College W 1 I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG qiPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS 1 I A Iaces the BEST EDUCATION in reacH of Ali I lDyer 60 instructor 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign countries eLargest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many daises that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress is l Which Department Will You Enter f THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arlthmetlo JIand the common broaches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible textbooks J TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and WoodworkNurslnACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely I tofitCHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young maa domay secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science orACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business EvUl a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small 1extra fees Gewtowithnghighest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First 1 edyam parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass Inrormntlonculturetonary for State cerUftcateI I ThOOtJDandfees DaysaBerea College Is not a monoymak Ing Institution All tho money ra expendsonpays peoplewhowOUlellforprotootthechargeomay parents Berea live in College buildings and traJnlngter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents I SecrotarTbeforeono dollar a week PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary C bestbutand underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera wrap ancSotherLIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks roomlbeddingndtho fall and 16Q In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash wintertoforreturn of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returnedwhen tho student departs buildIngsmostIrtudentsglato courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by term board by tho half term Installments are as follows 9FALL14 weeks 529501n one payment 2900 otjWINTER12 weeks 2900ln ono payment 52850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle otterm 900 SPRING 10 weeks 52250In ono payment 2200 otterm94Dewho must leave for teachers examl s nations f1645 oftorma Uon of a week On board rotund in full oocarrefund onehalt of tho amount which the student has paid for tho remaining weeks of too term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle Cta term will re wlUbedent in person or a brother or stator It presented within four terms hBThe first day of Fall term is September 15 109 The first day of Winter term is January 5 1910 30191Drinformation or friendly advice write to the Secretary r GAMBLEePremium Knife taken the eyes of the men and Soya who see it The mountain people like twoblade3people than any other dollar paper in the world X125dThat brings ia subscriptions all the time If you hanot got it yam ought to have Teachers Department HELPS HINTS PROBLEMS Prof C D Lewis and Prof E C Scale Editors Letter to TeachersI I got a fine expected sourco a few days ago which 1 wish to share with my teacher friendsI enjoy lawn tennis and nt I moet of you know tho tennis court Is marked oft with lines usually matt I with lime Ono should stretch a cord across the court to guide In ruttlnj on the lime but sometimes we are Ini too much of a hurry to do things In the best way I often am in that particular case at leastIIn the past I have tried to make the line by looking at the ground and trying to sea where the limo had been i before the rain had washed Vt away I but as a general thing I mado quite e a crooked mark A tow days ago how over I had a new Idea I took the can from which I sift tho lime got I at one corner stake fixed my eyes on the one at the other corner and walked toward It never looking down or aside or behind When I got to the other end I looked back and found that I had made a line almost asI straight as a string could be stretched I was a wiser man In two ways Do you over get discouraged Do the days seem long and hard with but a poor result or none at all Does the road to an education and to success seem too hard to pay for what you got at the end 1 Got your eye on the stake at the end and keep it there until you have reached It Do not stop to look at each days difficulties Keep right on shaking your little can of ability and trust God to help the line you have made to be white and straightYou I near the end of your school now and should be thinking of enter ing school yourself in a short while Get your eye on the stake at the end of a college course It you can and keep It there until you have reached it Or it you can not see that far I there is one at the end of a course which will give you a State certificate NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint Page government will soon take a very active part in the trouble and more marjnes and warships have been sent to the scene ot fighting SUGAR FRAUD TRIALSThe first of the Sugar Fraud cases to come to trial began Monday In New York when six former employes of the trust were put Into the dock on the charge of smuggling If they are convicted the prosecution will next go after the men higher up BURNS GIRL ALIVE Because she had rejected his offer of marriage a Cuban in Tampa on Monday poured gasoline over his sweetheart and nether on fire She died a few hours laterIGUARDING JOHN DCleveland police guarded Forest Hill the home of John D Rockefeller all Tues day night They wore acting on In formation furnished by a man named Sawyer Smith who claims to have heard a plot being hatched by two men at Alliance Ohio Sunday night Smith came to Cleveland and inform iyUthe police IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from Pint Page tobacco aro on Mr R K Smith vice president of the American Tobacco Society had a conference at Lexing ton on the 24th with the sales com mittee of the Turley Society and the sale of the 1909 crop was discuss ed There la an understanding looking to another noetlng in the future CHARGES IIIREGULAIUTY Alleged rascality on the part ot the officials of Garrard County Is brought forward by State Inspector Thatcher in his report to the Governor of his investigation of the offices of Garrard County Mr Thatcher says the examination of Garrard County reveals a very danerous condition of affairs In relation to the public records From the office of the Circuit Court clerk there is missing records books etc and I must conclude that these re cords were destroyed with some crim inal or unlawful Intent BRADLEY ILL Senator Wm 0 Bradley is 111 at the Linton Hotel In Cincinnati He has an attack of neuralgia of the heart Dr S J D Mcado was1 called in to attend the Senator anlf he stated he would have to re main indoors for several days Sen ator Bradley otatcd that he was in Cincinnati on legal business fix your eye on that The essontia thing Is do not look down to see abou each day If you do you will see many difficulties many things to lead yoi off and in the end you will find your path a very crooked one and per haps ending far from where you wish ed it to be- Have you a chance to work In a storo for 40 per month or teach a subscription school at 30T Do jao think of doing either They are like the little specks of lime lying oft of the right course which led me in a winding path when I looked down Get your vision fixed upon the larger richer life which lies at the end of a well spent period of schooling and you will never think of the thing missed In order to obtain the better things In the end- HARD PROBLEMS By Prof Eo C Scale Problem No 12 The radius of a circle Is five feet Find the diameter of another circle containing 4 times the area ot the first Nov 29 1909 Solution to Problem No6 If the sides of the room were turn ed down so it would fonri a plane sur face exactly on a level with the floor then the distance the fly would have to crawl would form the hypotenuse of a triangle with sides 1C and 2i feet respectively Then 16x15 equals 225 square of one side25x25 equals 625 square of other side 225 plus 625 equals 850 sum of squ ares of two sides The square root ot 850 equals 29154 feet hypotenuse Therefore 29154 feet equal the die crawlIWASHINGTON Continued turn First Page airtl money Is coming In fast we hove prosperity that then wages go up and mon got employment and everybody is happy They are happy ea they ought to know And also they are the oroa that are running the business and tiiey think they ought to be allowed to Judge what is best for that business And prosperity pays them But there is another way of looking at prosperity and one that Is not quite so simple Also it looks differ ent And that Is from the house keepers side tho buyers side When i dealer makes a profit some one pays It So when profits aro big prices are high And also when pro fits are big it means that more money sticks with the man who is dealing and leas goes on to the man that made tile things in the first place For that Is the nature of profits Now the man who works for wages and the man who raises the I corn are the men who do moot of the buying So when profits are big the poor man tho wage earner and the farmer who are paying the big prices do not get wageo which are as big In proportion 03 the prices ere Their wages are bigger for a fact but not so much bigger as the prices they have to pay They pay for prosperity If you figure it that way it looks different you see Naturally the men who are getting the profits do not want you to figure it that way But that is what Roosevelt does Ho thinks every man Is entitled to a fair profit but he wants that profit to come honestly and he wants the work Ing man to get a fair share of it So he has gone after the big Illegal stealing corporations and made them give up some of their profits Also he has gone after those that were i making too much and mado them give up a little Ot course that hurts business It reduces profits And pro fits are business But also it makes It possible for the working people for you and me to get a little more for our money Now Roosevelt made a great noise about his reforms He hurt some people scared some people who were not hurt Also he scared a lot of people who had money Invested They thought they would not got such big profits mad they were right So they are ifrald of him for they are like the rest of usthey want money Only WE PAY TOP PRICES IFor all country produce We want clean eggs andold hens especially We are paying I2C for turkeys and 6c for geese sEPOT STREET GOTT BROS f 1 a r I their money cornea from profits white ours cornea from work Some peoplo will tell you that Reese velt did no goodthat he did noth log but scare But when you get ono of these men Into a corner he will admit right away that Roosevelt hum business that Is ho cut profits whlc was what he claimed to do So It Is because of what Roosevelt did for the poor men of this country that thes men are after him Only they don see It that waythey says it Is because he hurts business And thoy arc afraid terribly afraid that lu will come back and hurt business am cut down their profitS some more Taft Is a different kind of a man lie does not make nearly BO much noise and up to date he has not done so much either It 13 well to remember that those rich men do not like him Ho has hurt business a little and he may do it again Still they think he Is better than Roosevelt If ton no other rea son than because he does not make so much fuss Also Taft has beet a judge and he has a way ot trying to get the laws just right before ht does anything while Roosevelt had a habit of finding r short cut somo where and doing things anyway Now waiting for the law takes time and time moans money to the men whc are running the corporators So for that reason they would rather have the slow Tate than tho rapid Roosevelt They know very well that the slow way io likely to be the strong est and longest lasting but they would rather get what they can now They know that the end Is coming and they want It to keep oft as long as possible So they are fighting U keep Taft tho they do not like him But the real reason for all this fuss lies a little deeper yet Taft selected by Roosevelt Is planning tc put Into law and make permanent the things tint Roosevelt started These men do not want that They have a good deal of strength In Con gress for they are tho men with money and wo all know that money counts In politics But they know tnat If all the friends of Reform stand together Reform will win But they also know that some ot the reformers arc more friendly to Taft and some more friendly to Roosevelt And those long headed money makers are hoping br this story of Roose velts tricndi attacking TaU to got the Roosevelt and Taft men to fighting among themselves and to defeat the work that both Roose vet and Tart want to have accomp lished at tho coming session of Con gress Pretty smooth Isnt It So when we get to the bottom cf things we ces that the plotters are not the Rooso72lt men at oil but the atitiRoosovclt menthe men who are fighting for their own interests against the interests of tho rest of tho country They will try other schemes too as you will coo It you watch lint none of these schemes will succeed for long It the American people keep their eyes open and their brains busy COMMISSIONERS SALE Madison Circuit Court Kentucky Berea College Plantlff Against John Kindreds Devisees etc De fendant Notice of sale In Equity Dy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term there of 1909 In the above styled cause the undersigned will on the 6th day ot December 1909 between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock noon at the Court House door In Rich mond Kentucky proceed to expose tu Public Sale to the highest and best bidder tho following described proper ty vizi 27 acres off of eastern portion of th following described property a certain piece of land located on Sliver Creek and adjoining the lands ot Pleas John son Jas Bratcher J N Baker etc All of said tract contains 97 acres or a sufficient quanlty to produce tho sum of 28737 and cost of this ac tionTERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing le gal interest from the day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until tho purchase money Is paid f II Collins Master Commissioner atIlt C C Tongue twisters- A London taper recently offered a series of prizes for the best tongue twisting sentences The prize wln nilS contributions are s The bleak breeze blighted the bright broom blossoms Two toads totally tried to trod to cdbury Strict strong Stephen Stringer snared slickly six sickly silky snakes Susan ohlneth shoes and socks socks and shoes shines Susan She easeth shining sloes and socks for hoes and socks shock Susan A haddock a haddock a black spotted haddock a black spot on the black back of a black spotted haddock I z THE MARKET Berea Prices Cabbage new 2o per Ib Potatoes 650 per bu Eggs per dozen 20c Butter per Ib Me BACON Salt Bides lltte 1 Breakfast Bacon 22a Premium Bacon 24c v HAMS J Country 16 23c s Premium 17o Fryers on foot 80 per Ib Hens on foot 80 per lb Turkeys lie per lb Feathers per Ib Sc Hay 12 per ton Corn SOc per bu Wheat per bu 60efl00 Cracked corn f195 per 100 lbs Wheat screening f130 per 100 Ibs Ship stuff f130 per 100 Ibs Ties No1 L N 8357x9 45o culls 20c Live StockL- ouisville Nov 3 1903 CATTLE Beef steers and fat heifers 3 00 I 0C Cows 3 10 4 66 Cutters 180 311 Canners 70 2 OC Dulls 180 4 05 Feeders 3 30 481 Stockera 2 05 4 SC Choice milch cows 35 00 42 OC Common to fair 15 00 35 00 Cattle market very dull CALVES Best 6 75 7 2C Medium 4 50 5 lO- Common 2 40 4 00 HOQS 165 Iba and up 7 70 130 to 165 bs 7 40 7 50 Pigs 550 7 30 Roughs 690 down SHEEP Best lambs 6 00 6 00 Butcher lambs 5 00 6 00 Cull S 00 466 Best fat sheep f400 down MESS PORK 1400- HAMSChoice sugar cured light and special cure ISUc and ISo heaT to medium 113c- BREAKFAST BACON 21c 5D1ES trio- DELLIES 110- SHOULDERS 12c DRIED BEE1 15c LARDPure tierces He tub 14c pure leaf tierces 15c firkins ISftc keys 13c geese 6c- DUTTERPacking 21c Elgin cream err 60 Ib tubs 33c prints lie BOOS Case count 2023e POULTRY Hens 134 roosters 7e Ispringers 16 to 17c ducks 84 tur geese 6c WHEATNo2 red f119 No3 115 DATS New No 3 white 42e No 2 nixed 40c 3ORN No 2 white 65c No 3 mixed 63c- RYENo 2 Northern SOc Puro Bred Cattle Sales By Alton M Worden According to figures compiled by tho Breeders Gazette of the public sales of pure bred beef cattle made rom 1899 to 1908 both Inclusive the following good showing Is mado for the Aberdeen Angus breed The Angus made average of 20 per head hotter prfcee than tho two most prbttlnent other breeds and 50 to 80 eau betto1 than the other two They top the market for beef more iften than any others and take more first prizes at the fat stock shows than all tho others combined They are hardy healthy rustlers sure breeders handsome docile easy to handle easy to keep profitable 2 ars of yearling baby beef sold top- Ing markets In Chicago about August 1st 1909 for nearly 7500 each head for beef Some car loads 2 year Ids sold last season for over 114 tor bee They make moro and better boef ban any other breed 1C anyone has a better paying stock of beef cattle I want to buy some But I think hotter cattle aro not yet discovered What do you think Altamont Range Tulahoma Tonn WHY PAPER KEEPS COMING We were asked this week by a delinquent subscriber why we kept on lending the paper after the subscrlp ton date expired Every weekly newspaper in towns ot this size ore forced to do this Should we stop subscriptions when tho time expires line times out of ten the subscriber would give us a calling down for nslnuatlng that his credit was not good Rathor than cast a reflection on the honesty of a subscriber to pay a small debt It Is next to a necessity for a home paper to continuo sending the paper after the time has expired It is not necessary for the city dallies or weeklies to follow this rule as their lubscrlbers live at a distance anti are lot personal friends as is the case with a majority of our subscribersI Our subscribers should deem it nn honor to know that wo do not doubt heir Integrity and continuo to send hem the paper after the time cx tired Should any desire their paper discontinued they should notify us and remit to date it they have not ol done so Wyoming Press IIOadY Line Upon Line by step one goes very farFrench Proverb I 7 t esc r nz I j shear L L 1 RICHMOND UNDER LOCAL OPTION I Mayor Woods Produces the Records to Show the Benefits of Tern j erance to a Town Richmond Ky Nov IDe09 The following official records will be read br you with interest us they show the frightful effect of local option when that Imperfect law Is even moderately enforced Up to June 30 1907 this city of 7000 had twelve saloons paying 1000 license each I compare that last year under saloons with the last similar period under local option to June 30 1909 Official Record of Arrests for the Following Causes In Richmond Ky 190607l ennesa6aIfr- unlenneu 100800 y- 4Ircrene 5S 190607 1071hDecrraae 39 weapons 33 4 1eorraae vagrancy r Total Arrests Above Under Mloon 746 without saloons ijj tlrciwu Frightful I Drunken men arrested twelve County Court days of Totaled 119 Drunken men arrested on twelve County Court day of uTotaled 9 Only nine A grand decremte of no mostly amen and their boys who came to town to trade and buy Rood for their families but who were picket up out of our gutter and thrown tu jail bruited and bleeding and dlslraced- I We Vote Back Saloons Next March Coot city 1906 139 Coat jailing 1900 3411 Cost State prisoners 1906 11o9 prisnr100614Raa Concealed Concealed Vagrancy 1- 53necrn7nc Intpoerlsh Ought prlnonen Continuing 640Decrease losalItCrcaoe Uecreane 1a41aDrerense = Ought We Saloons Back Next March County Judge Turpln says Only hat number county paupers and charity distributed since saloons quit and not onetenth Amount of drinking county Circuit Court criminal docket now occupies two days formerly eight days- I have Interviewed nil banks leading stores and public officers all say Richmond much better without saloons Leading farmers declare U Is no longer unsafe their families to travel public highways alone and farm help Is more reliable More buildings and Improvements here than the pat history Richmond City debt reduced four additions opened Woodland Summit Burnamwooil Moberley Place Ask carpenters builders bankers merchants editors What Three Grand Juries Reported Circuit Judge J Benton llrport of Grand Jury1eb1t1508 The lion J M Denton Circuit Judge Richmond Ky The grand Jury beg leave to make the following report We wish to congratulate the people of the county for the Sue condition morally that now exists In this county which allrlbule to Ihe clos lug of the saloons and Ihe general crusade made against whisky No murders are now on In docket of the Circuit Court and the fad there were scarcely any felonies brought to the attention of your grand for the present term U W T ORIGGS Foreman of Jury I weapons 19 on Cot for 1908 653 Cost for 1908 i for 1908 7j 3 For 1008 M347 Vote the of In the and for In of and to M Jury lUpiirt ii f band Jury Oct SS IDOl The Rrand1ury begs Irate lo make the report After thorough Investigation of the dlfletent vlolatluns of the law we that crime of every nature Ison the decrease It in true that our county was Hilled this year with several homicides nolwllhtland that we are compelled to believe that have materially Improved We also find horn statement made by our Mayor Clarence K Woods taken the re cords of the different courts that the eat of keeping State county and city prisoners has decreased onehalf as corn pared sith 196 when saloons were force In ourcily And arrests for drunkenness are about onetenth now as corn pared with 1906 all of which we attribute to the abolish ment of saloons and the rcn real crusade aralnst druukfn new and Intoxicating liquor W I ARNOLD Foreman of Jury 100607 14 Total 746 7 Total 591 Total OU3 Coat off find llcport or Grand Jury Novl 1107 Nov 1907 Grand Jury We take pleasure In corn mending Richmonds excell tnt Mayor Clarence K Wool for his vigilant and r efficient work In attempting lo rid the city of alt violators of the taw 1 W I ARNOLD Foreman of JUry At the punch bowla brink Let the drinker think What they say In japan hint the man taker a drink Then Ihe drink takes a drink Then the drink takes the mallr Ought We Vote Saloons Back Next March As long as we had saloons I faithfully tried regulation and Sundajrclotlng as recommended br the Model License League and ai sincerely wanted b1tsome of our snloonlst Drug stores were refuted license to sell llqtiorat all and saloons were closed on Sundays and given every opportunity to become modelIThe result Is shown by the figures above for the last year under high license no decrease In crime I promlted If local option were TOted toes falllifullj execute It to prove it either a failure or ft success After nearly three years experience I am fully convinced that It U a SUCCCSH from whatever point wq may view It wherever It fall the liquor people control public sentiment or the officials or bothIOur present local option law U Imperfect and It will never be Improved If we depend upon itt enemies to do It We should extend the county unit law at once God alone It my dependence to do that after the betrayal of both parties pledges In the last Legislature Settle the county unit question first and like Richmond experience with crime other questions will easily settle themselves With the prime object of correcting the false or misleading statements that Interested or ignorant parties have circulated concerning the effects of temperance law here and elsewhere I have published the above facts and I challenge contradiction With sucli a record for peace prosperity freedom front debauchery and crime I repent Will Richmond Vote Saloons Back NextMarch Never C K WOODS Mayor iOIULATIONFOR TAXABLE VALUATION 3000000 TAX RATE CITY AND 55 CENTS FOR SCHOOLS Save MoneyinCereals The best and biggest bargain a housekeeper can buy is a Mothers Kit Go to your grocer and ask him to show differentdeliciousNot only is it economy to buy your staple cereals in sufficient Quantities at economical prices just the same as It IS to buy flour by the everyMothersspecial Fireless Cooker Certificate equal to 18coupons which when added to the coupons from the packages in the kit enables you to secure a wonderful cooker by merely adding 89cents A Mothers Kit consists ofeighteen assorted packages of Mothers Cereals packed in sanitary sealed perfeet8 Packages of Mothers Oats standard size 2 Packages of Mothers Yellow Corn MeaL 1 Package of Mothers White Corn Meal 1 Package of Mothers Wheat Hearts 1 Package of Mothers Corn Flakes toasted 1 Package of Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal 2 Packages of Mother Granulated Hominy 2 Packages of Mothers Coarse Hominy This kit can be purchased at your grocers simply paying 195 The grocer himself willeither redeem your coupons and deliver the 375 Fireless Cooker or if you so desire send the coupons and 89 cents directly to us and we will ship the Cooker to you express collect If your grocer docs not keep Mothers Cereals write to us giving his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANYOPERATING MOPS OATMEAL MILLS TItAN ANY OTHER ONB CONCERN AKRON DOSTON OIlCAGOPITIS paey qcsmc e Mr s r + r4NnrYS n rf r f I i AT c COYLES1 I v t YOU PAY LESS OR GET MOREA t SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS TIES HOSIERY GARTERS SUSPENDERS SHOES UMBRELLAS HANDKERCHIEFS MUFFLERSIREEFERS SUIT CASES SUITS SHIRTS OVERCOATS FURS MUFFS SILK SCARFS i GLOVES DRESS PATTERNS BELTS COLLARS HAND BAGS SILK WAIST LADIES COATS NAPKINS TABLE LINEN KIMONA TOWELS ETC ETC Your thoughtfulness in selecting a gift of practical value makes it doubly appreciated These items would make such gifts and have the added value of being appropriate and attractive as well r eott soaoaoaoaoaotloraole o ototlolloao eoeeeaeoe1 i Berea and Vicinity iS i- o 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0- 08oeoooo8Ooa08ooooeoeooooo08ooooo o i DR BEST DENTISTCITT J OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L A N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Knoxville 030 11 m 1100 p in UKREA 129 p m 367 11 m Cincinnati ClO p m 745 A n South Bound Local Cincinnati ONO a m 825 p m t VERSA 1169 a m 1229 p in Knoxvlllo 700 p m 660 a m Express Trains Stop to let oft and take on passen sera from and beyond Cincinnati South Bound Cincinnati 816 a m BLUIEA 1144 a m North Bound VERSA 466 p m Cincinnati 835 p m These two trains will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P R R at Clnclnrotl BO that Berca pas cngers for Chicago may go thru without changing Mr J H Gabbard was In Valley View tho latter part of last week Mr A of Klrkavlllo was In Berca SaturdayiFor bargains in shoes and cloth lag go to Bob Englo Prof Seale and family enjoyed o visit from his parents of Owsley Co last week Mr Will Dooloy Is working In Beret Dank and Trust Co Mrs W G Boot who lULl been mak Ing an extended visit with her par ents at Combs returned lost week Mr W D Logsdon and father ot Brassflcld wore In town Monday for business purposes J Engloa trade la one ot the largest In Boron Miss Frances Hatfleld visited friend 1at Richmond last week from Friday until Sunday Miss JUary Stewart went homo last Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her parents at Klrkavlllo return- Ing hero at the first of the week The Freshman class was hospitably entertained last Wednesday evening at tho homo ot Prof and Mrs G N Ellis Seven parties have entered contest for Plano Save your tickets It J Engle Tho Rev Mr Wilks ot Louisville tilled tho pulpit at tho Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Mr and Mrs A M Rosa were welcome visitors to their many friends In Berca a few days of last week Mr Noel Mitchell loft Sunday tor tho South after spending the latter part ot tho week at tho homo of his brother at Silver Creek Messrs Swope and Wheeler ot St Mary College have been visiting friends in town Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW I CLEAT AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Booms in Connection Down StairsBoone Tavern S R SEALE Prop Call on Bob Uncle for Christmas toys and candles Mr and Mrs J E Williams am children have moved hero from Au gusta Ky occupying tho house nea the college barns Mr Edwin G Fagan visited his mother and brother at Boone Tavern n few days last week Miss Alice M Libby of Oxford 0I has been visiting her friend MissI Barker at Profi Dodges Mrs J C Kinnard of Omaha Neb raska is visiting her sisters Mrs L A Davis and Mrs Qep DIckIMr W D Jones the In town Monday Miss Nora Burdetto left Saturday for an extended visit with her sister Mrs Nettle Mann of Cleveland 0 Miss Llllle McWhorter and Mr Ceo Moore both well known young marrlIagodenburg have tho best wishes ot their many I friendsMr W VanWlnklo of Mt Vern on has been visiting his children here for several days FOR SALE Aree lots at the and of Elder Ave Berea Ky Will be sold separately or as a whole It will pay you to write for prices at once Address James M Racer 9601 Macon i Ave Cleveland Ohio Mrs M J Newcomer returned Mon day night after a prolonged visit at her old home In Hope Kansas Miss Etta Gay gave a delightful athome to a small circle of friends Monday night After an evening pleasantly spent In games delicious re freshments were served Among those present wore Misses Gay Fowlor Smith Snyder Treadway and Mc Whorter and Mrs Ogg and Messrs Say McGuire Moye Brannaman and Hodbey Mr Blckneil ot Hazel Green and Formerly ot this place Is visiting triends in town N Mrs Martin of Central City Nabs making an extended visit hero with her sister Mrs E F Dlzney Egbert Davis hasrecently left town to take up a position as telegraph porator on tho L N On Saturday Nov 27 1909 we will have a combination sale to soil all I dj ds of stock or anything tho poo ile may have to sell Sale to beginI at 10 a I mW P Prewltt Auctioneer If you desire to meet all your friends and neighbors you can do so every afternoon between 100 and 500 p m Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays ThursdaysFri tir days and Saturdays making purchases at I n MRS EARLYS Pen Convenience sATISFACTION flows from the point of THE PARKER Lucky Curve FOUNTAIN PEN It writes as smoothly as a pencil carries ink sufficient for 5000 words Never leaking or flooding it is always ready to portray your thoughts on paper Its a good trusty companion always They come in any point you like Prices 100 150 200 250 and up to 2000 each according to the size of the point and amount ofgold and pearl trimmings on the barrel There is nothing nicer for a Christmas pres ent Mail orders will be sent out prompely and satisfaction I guaranteed THE PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATED THE REXALL STORE Berea Kentucky SEVEN SENTENCE SERMONS The fault of the age Is too much reading and too little thlnkng Presi dent Oilman In morals as in geometry a straight line is the shortest distance between two points Barrows Live I so live I To my Lord heartily To my Prince faithfully To my neighbor honestly Die I so die I Longfellow doingIon the right road than for a racer on the wrongD L Moody Best It is Indeed 1 To spend ourselves upon the general good And oft misunderstood To strive to lift the limbs and knees that bleed This Is the boot the fullest meed Lewis Morris Greatness Is selfconscious not In the ordinary sense of that phrase but in the sense that denotes consciousness of Its possession William E Simonds COOL AND CORRECT Robert Herrick of the Univer IIroL Chicago desired to point out to a young sonneteer the difference between the words astonish and surprise Noah Webster Prot Herrick said was once caught by his wife in tho act of pressing tho hand ot the pretty cookThe cook blushing like a rose fled at once to her kitchen Mrs Webster fcald In a sad tremulous voice Why Noah Im surprised But the pllologlst frowning answered reprovI InglyiMadam you have not studied our glorious language as you should Its I who am surprised You are aston ished FOR SALE I am leaving Kentucky and will sell 74 acres good land on Wallaceton Pike good house and barn with water near the house and three good orchards Elihu Blckneil FOR SALEHouse and lot on Jefferson Street New five room dwell- Ing Mrs Sallle Fowler r m ill S Weak i11 0lnen j frequently suffer great pain nd misery during the shame of life It is at tlis time that tile hele Cial effect of taking Cardzi 1 most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress 1 t M- rM4 It Will Help YouJx1 Mrs Lucinda C Hill cf Prceland 0 writes Before I began to twlio Cardiu I suffered co badly I was afraid to lie down at ni lit After I began to take it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I eau sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has Leer Irft incr Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES You will freeze this winter J WITHOUT STOVES RANGES HEATERS I The Best are the Cheapest They Last Longer and Give More Heat for Less Fuel We have them also A FULL LINE OF HARDWARE PARKIE SCOTT PHONE 192 BEREA KENTUCKY HOLLIDAY 6 CO 1 DEALERS IN High Grade Domestic Coal l Ice and Feed BEST I COALLOWEST PRICESPROMPT DELIVERYl Phone 169 Day Phone 71 Night t aotolotoaotoaoioasrosoaoo 0 I College Items i o 0e s HERE AND THERE i- o 0 I 0 oaoeeoe8e eeoeA party ot students enjoyed an out- Ing to Uncle Toms Cabin Saturday Miss M Dalton of Lexington rep resenting the Southern Educatlona Journal visited the school Monday Prof Jas P Faulkner Is in town Mr J E Priest of the Remlngtoi Typewriter Co was a caller at the college offices Monday Messrs Schwierlng and Jack War rington were in Richmond Friday attending to social duties Miss Doatrlght spent Thanksgivlni at her home In Russel Station Ohio and on her ways back visited schools In Cincinnati reaching hero Monda night The reports of the delegates to the State convention at Y W 0 A Sun lay night were very Interesting The meeting next Sunday Is to be led bj Miss Darker who for ten years was dean of women at Dennison Universi ty An entertaining feature of Pi Ep alien Pis programme last Friday night was a tableau Little Miss Muf tot by Edith Rathburn In a game which Mn spite ot its onesldedness was hard fought from start to finish the Blues last Wednesday defeated the Whites at toot ball 250 It was evident as soon as the teams lined up that the Blues would have the best of the struggle The Whites nevertheless put up n gallant fight and made the Blue men work hard for every point The game was a good one to watch and was well attended The lecture of Mr McClurg on Tex as In the Chape Saturday night was well attended and much applauded The views were as good as any ever nwn here and the history ot Tex as as he gave It such as to arouse enthusiasm A considerable part ct the lecture was devoted to exploiting the present glories of the state its resources and agriculture Mr Will Flanery now of the Government service reports that Dr 3 C Mason formerly well known to every one In Berea has considerably changed the stylo ot architecture of tho temple of clay In which he dwells and Is now adding alargo bay window lie weighs over two hundred The public school made a Thanksgiv- Ing offering for the benefit of the Kentucky Orphans Home amounting to 31541Mr Mrs Will Flanery are in own on their way from Washington D C to Arizona where Mr Flanery vlll teach In an Indian Reservation Food Fish of Havana Havana has 400 different kinds of food fish while England all around has only EO sorts of toed fish GO T- OWJTatums j FOR- t Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky We Buy FURSHides Wool Feather Tallow Bewax Ginseng CoUanSeaUYeBow Root MayApple wildSic Wan dealerM nuUuted in 1856Oren US a century in LouimSe tod can do betterfor you duo aeeti or cooamMoo merchants Rdeicace nay Bui to LouvnBe Writ for weekly pnctlitt and tUptiaf tip M Sabel A Sons 229 E Monet St LOUISVillE KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anloneeodinaatetehanddeerlptlennaye- blekl uce our o au- Inyentlon probabtpateotabe Commun- itlonllUlet oouddenl on tatente lent tree Oldest azency for aecurlnrpalenia 1atenu Carealreepecesno cswllboatchargela- theScientific fltwrican A handt omely Illustrated weekly Tnreeit dr ot n iclentlflo Journal Terms 13 nodbyalnewldealerikUNPj Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have tho wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine lBfJBLACKLiver Medicine The reputation of this old tells ble constipation indigestion and liver trouble Is firm ly It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the favorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN n FOR SALE Houseand laBerea Ky east end ot Jackson St I House Is two stories has five rooms tour large closets and in good condi tion There Is about an acre of ground a good well EO feet deep anew cistern trees and outbuildings i This Is cheap at 11500 cash Write to H M Shouse Mnrksburg Ky Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired W C CARPENTER Over Bank Sb Trust Co Berea Ky 2 The Citizen r family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting 7APublished every ThurxUy at IIerea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABL8 IN ADVANCB One Year ICO Six Months Eo Three Months u Send money by Pottomce or Hxptru Money Order Draft Reglitered Letter or one and two cent stamp The date after our name on label shows to what date Our uwctlpllou in paid If It is not changed within three weeks after renews notify us- Miuinq numbers will be gladly mpplled If we- rei notified Fine premium cheap with new lutacrintlom I and prompt renewal Send for Pnrnlurn LIlt Ubtral tuna given to any who obtain new for us Any one ending ut four I earlyaubacriptlonacanrectaeTheCIllaenfreeorhmself Advertising rates on application MFMKUK or KENTUCKY IRE S ASSOCIATION r I rne arrival of twins causes a Penn sylvania farmer to commit suicide It goodU1lngI Nothing hinders the march of pros perity like arbitrary and unreasonable action on the part ol either capital or labor The raco horse takes no pride in a Taco He would much prefer to re- maIn at hcmo discussing the merits oft hIs oats j No one need be surprised to learn that there are grafters in Japan There were doubtless grafters in the days of the cavemen A British boo tobo feared more in British theaters than even cococola bottles are feared by um pires in America New York Is to introduce summer street cars that will have no end seats But the end seat hog will make him self felt in some other way i It is proposed to raise revenue by charging foreigners admission to this country The idea seems to be that we are running too big a show for a free show A Paris milliner has gone insane says a cable dispatch A lot of wom en over here are raving about their tats raving In much the same man Aer we presume takeshomh boy If he is raised right a good portion of the money must be invested tinsole leather straps Highwaymen In Brooklyn who robbed a drunken man of 65 cents I got a sentence oj seven years No ImproveIdisgusted when the majesty of the law is defiled for less than a dollar t From the way in which panicky Eng lishmen are Insisting that England will suddenly succumb to an unexpect invasion by Germany It will not be fault of powerful suggestion if is not hypnotized into trying ledfeat so thrust upon her notice Yankee equInes are winning recog and prizes at the London horse show The day of the horse has by no means passed notwithstanding the progress in favor of the automobile i The noble animal has qualities which BO mere machine however admirable I in itself can hope to rival Campaigning in Morocco is attended by perils other than those which come from the hostility of tribesmen A column of French troops and naUve soldiers Is reported 16 have encountered such conditions that 34 men p- erdt of heat and thirst That is a flrlngrpreyti theIthe theory of the other professor who i says cannibalism Is the proper thing Food can be supplied and the popula lion kept down by the simple mode ad vocated which will thus kill two birds with one stone It is not often that the learned experts so neatly dovetail their theories If the new sultan tails to meet the requirements of the reformers or should die he will be succeeded by Abdul Hamlds eldest son Youssoul Izzltdlne who Is described as in every respect a better man than Mehmed He Is a scientist and astronomer a mathematician and a linguist This pityIdoes not allow the son to succeed the father IAbout one of the meanest species of fraud Is that reported from New York where oats shipped from the west are said to be largely mixed with barley to give a larger profit to the shippers On account of thin diet an unusual number of work horses have died the fraud not only thus killing the poor animals but also inflicting a loss on a class in the community least able to bear it But the modern buel ness pirate has no more compassion than his prototype of old who made his victims walk the plank- 1 r o U BALLINGER TELLS OF YEARS WORK Report of the Secretary of the In terior Received PROBLEM OF PUBLIC LANDS Development Through Private Enterprise Under National Supervision and Control Desired Reclama tion Service Discussed Washington NoV 2J The annual report to the president ot Richard A Ballinger secretary of the interior was made public today and makes coversministration of James R Garfield and Mr Ballinger gives him credit for his earnest and efficient services Secretary Ballinger comments on the old public land statutes and con tinuesTho liberal and rapid disposition of the public lands under these statutes and the lax methods of administration which for a long time prevailed nat urally provoked the feeling that the public domain was legitimate prey for the unscrupulous and that it was no crime to violate or circumvent the land laws It Is tq bo regretted that we as a nation were so tardy to real ize tho importance of preventing so large a measure of our natural resources passing Into the hands of land pirates and speculators with no view to development looking to the national welfareMust Continue Prosecutions It may be safely said that millions ot acres of timber and other lands have been unlawfully obtained and it Is also true that actions to recover such lands have in most instances long since been barred by the statute of limitations The principal awakening to our wasteful course came under I your predecessors administration The bold and vigorous prosecutions of land frauds through Secretaries Hitchcock and Garfield have restored a salutary respect for the law and the public mind has rapidly grasped the Impor tance of safeguarding the further dis position of our natural resources in the public lands in the interest of the public good as against private greed Notwithstanding this it is necessary to continue with utmost vigor through all available sources the securing ot Information of violations ot the public land laws and to follow such viola tions with rigid prosecutions Use Private Enterprise- On this present policy of conserv ing the natural resources of the public domain while development is the keynote the best thought of the day Is not that development shall be by na Venal agencies but that wise utiliza lion shall be secured through private enterprise under national supervision and control Therefore If material progress Is to be made in securing the best use of our remaining public lands congress must be called upon to enact remedial legislation- Mr Ballinger then gives in detail his recommendations for the classifi cation of public lands and the fea tures of a measure which bo advises for the direction of the disposal of wa terpower sites The Reclamation Service Concerning the reclamation service the report says In part In view of the Importance of a speedy completion of existing projects and their proper extension and of the necessity in 1912 of an adjustment be twcen the states by which the major portion of the funds arising from the sale of public lands within each state and territory shall have been ex pended so far as practicable within such state or territory and in view of the importance of making a beneficial use of waters already ap- proprIated or capable of appropria lion to which rights may be lost for nonuse I believe an urgent appeal should be made to congress to authorize the issuance of certificates of Indebtedness or of bonds against the reclamation fund to an aggregate of not exceeding 30000000 or so much thereof as may be needed Energetic reorganization of the In dian bureau is in progress says Mr Ballinger and he recommends that the Indian warehouses at New York Chicago Omaha St Louis and San Francisco be closed as soon as pos sible A more advanced policy respecting the maintenance improve ment and operation of the Yellow stone and Yosemite national parks is urged on the government Contracts Made on Feast Days The fixed date for Easter is probably a matter of little concern in the United States but ofgreat impor tance In continental Europe where rent and other contracts are written on such feast days rather than at New Years Or the 1st of May On Maneuver Army Service Corpu N C O In charge of forage to officers groom who has come for extra rations for a horselIave you brought a requisi tlon7 OroomNo Aint got none with us but Ive brought a bucket Punch Good for Something SubbubsWhat do you intend to do with that lot you bought In Swampy hurst CommuteI am thinking of making a fishing preserve of It Mrcoklrn Life P aldl ll I BUSY nnnnnn ZELAYA MUST PAY 100000 SECRETARY KNOX WILL DEMAND CASH AND APOLOGY Will Adopt Extreme Measures to Obtain Satisfaction for Execution of Two Americans Washington The execution of the two American citizens LeRoy Cannon and Leonard Groce by orders of Pres ident Zelaya will cause the United States to adopt drastic measures to obtain reparation from the NIcaraguan governmentPresident Taft on his return to Washington Sunday approved Secre art Knoxs recommendation that President Zelaya of the central Amer ican republic be called upon to give Immediate satisfaction for the out rage Secretary Knox will demand that 100000 indemnity be paid tho family tea of the victims The demand will be couched In stern language and will require a formal apology a salute to the American flag and perhaps the payment with nut delay of an Indemnity for the benefit of tho heirs of the deceased Failure to make instant compliance will cause the government to consider the observance of one of the three fol- lowIng plans 1 Recognition of the belligerency of tho Insurgents now operating In and controlling tho eastern halt of Nicaragua 2 Seizure of the custom house at Corlnto the single port of Nicaragua which is held by the government 3 Declaration of war It is possible the first two measures may be taken simultaneously An official dispatch received from the American viceconsul at Managua Saturday announced that President Zelaya admitted he had directed the shooting of Cannon and Groce after a court martial and that be did so over the protest of the commander in chlef of the NIcaraguan army and the min- Ister general of the republic MRS READ FOUND GUILTY Woman Who Sought to Extort a Gift of 100000 by Dynamite Is Convicted Denver ColThe Jury in Judge Sheaforta court after 18 hours con sideration found Mrs Allen P Read guilty of attempted extortion The penalty is imprisonment of from one to 14 years A year ago this month Mrs Road GenevIeveIby threatening to blow her up with dynamite unless she complied 228 JAP MINERS ENTOMBED Fifteen Are Reported Killed In Explosion In a Coal MineFate of Others Doubtful Tokyo Heavy loss of life Is feared as the result of an explosion In a coal mine at Onoura Fukuoka province Fifteen men are known to havd perI- shed while 228 miners are entombed in the working Every attempt is being made to rescue them but their fate is as yet in doubt Cyclone Hits Dexter Mo Dexter MoA cyclone struck this town and demolished 15 houses and wrecked the Stoddard county fair buildings Including the amphitheater Two women and two children were Injured Several buildings were dam aged in Essex a small town east of hero Acquit Altman Brothers Chicago Vincent and Joseph Alt man brothers accused of throwing a bomb which wrecked the plant of the Standard Sash and Door Company in this city were found not guilty Thursday by a Jury before Judge Tuthill Ono of the sensations of tho trial was the testimony of Bruno Vera who declared that he taw tho brothers make a bomb and that he knew they had set fire to a number of buildings as tho age its of a labor union The trial of the Altmans be gee November 5 y 0 I STEAMERS FIGHT BIG SEAS One Reaches Port After Hard Struggle Other at Anchor In Dis abled Condition St Joseph Mich Two of the finest passenger steamers of the Graham R Morton Transportation lino operating between Chicago Holland and St Joseph suffered a narrow es cape from foundering off this port The City of Benton Harbor lies at her docks here having reached port after thrilling fight of live hours with a 60 mile gale of wind and snow while tho steamer Puritan a staunch boat of steel rudderless and to more or less extent at the mercy of the seas lies off New Buffalo somo 18 miles south of here Tugs from South Chicago are fighting their way across tho lake to succor the disabled craft om elate of the Graham Morton Com pany here Say tho Puritan Is In no danger though her wireless Is wrecked and communication with her is Impossible A few hours out of Chicago the Puritan lost her rudder and from then on until her anchors were dropped all a last resort she drifted helplessly at the mercy of wave and wind Blown far from her course she was steadily making shoreward when anchors were dropped which followed a thrilling attempt on the part of the Benton Harbor to put a line aboard the helpless boat In the heavy gale however this was Impossible Before a line could be securely fastened It parted and an Instant later the Ben ton Harbors stern struck the Purl tans bow- PRESIDENT EATS REAL FOOD Taft Expresses Pleasure at Being Able to Partake of Dinner With out Making an Address Washington lwith posy sum dinners and elaborate banquets he was forced to face in his recent trip from coast to coasa President Taft sat down Thursday to a family Tbansglvlng dinner The piece do resistance was a mastodonlc turkey that had been raised on a Rhode Is land farm and looked almost moun talnous In its proportions Thank goodness the president sighed happily as dessert was served Ive had a dinner at which I havent been compelled to make speeches and where no reception committees lurked In the background Ive en joyed foodreal foodand I havent had to work to get It The president did not have any guests at dinner Only the members of the Taft family were present In cluding Mrs Laughlin sister of Mrs Taft LYMAN J GAGE IS MARRIED Former Secretary of Treasury Weds Woman Whom He Induced to Join Theosophy Cult San Diego Col Former Secretary of the Treasury Lyman Judson Gage and Mrs Frances Ada Ballou were married at tho Coronado home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Ballou The marriage license gives the brides age as 25 and the grooms as 73 The wedding was private only the parents of the bride and the attendants Miss Helene Richards and Mr Gages brotherinlaw Col Wesley Brainerd witnessing the ceremony which was performed by Rev Wily lard B Thorpe pastor of the First Congregational church of San Diego After a wedding supper Mr and Mrs Gage started for Denver Col The courtship began with Mr Gages attempts to convert Mrs Ballou to the theosophlc faith Banker Accidentally Kill Self Webster City InF A Edwards president of the Webster City Sav ings bank accidentally shot himself In the abdomen Tuesday and was comp llcd to throw a shoe through the big plate glass front window to at tract Rid Ho died later at Mercy hospital lie was dusting the counter when his duster struck the cashiers revolver exploding It Mr Edwards had been three times mayor of this city postmaster under Cleveland and was one of tho bestknown shorthorn cattle breeders In the west e I OEARMOND BURNED LOSES LIFE WITH GRANDSON WHEN FIRE DESTROYS HIS HOME LAWMAKER MEETS SWIFT END Boy Is Found Locked In Congress mans Arms Showing That Latter Gave Up His Life In Attempt to Save Lad- Kansas City Mo Congressman David A De Armond of the Sixth Mis souri district In a heroic effort to savo tho lifo of his little grandson was burned to death In a fire that destroyed his residence at Butler Mo Tho heroism of the congressman was made known when with his arms locked about the blackened and burned body of the little boy tho congress mans body was found lIe had caught up the sixyearold lad David De Ar mond Jr and rushed with him through the leaping flames that filled his room lIe fell with his unconscious burden and both sank through tho floor to quick death What makes the tragedy unusually pathetic is tho fact that the grandson was the grandfathers idol The two were inseparable and often slept together Tho boy went to his grand fathers house ns usual after a andhappy evening tho two d The next the family heard of them was when from behind tho smoke and flames that enveloped the house the boy screamed Oh grandpa get mo out of here quick Im burning to death Yes son dont be afraid Grand pall take you out was the calm re plyThen both went down to their death Tho remainder of the family sleep lag In the house at tho time ot the nroMrs De Armond nnd her daugh ter Mrs Clark and Mss Nettle Boles were greatly shaken by their ex periencesMessages of condolence from all parts of the country were received by the De Armonds among them one from President Taft James A De Armond editor of the Bates County Democrat eon of tho congressman and father of tho boy who was burned tried to rush Into the burning house to save his father and son but was prevented by others who knew his sacrifice would be In vainCongressman Do Armond and his little grandson will bo burled Friday at Butler Mo MOXLEY GOES TO CONGRESS Regular Republican Candidate In Sixth Illinois District Is Elected to Succeed Senator Lorimer Chicago William J Moxlcy the regular Republican candidate for con gressman for the Sixth Illinois con gressional district was elected Tues day to succeed William Lorimer who resigned when elected to the United States senate by a plurality ot 6277 votesThe voto resulted as follows W J Moxley Rep 14494 Carl L Barnes Ind 8317 Frank S Ryan Dem C277 The campaign In this election was most bitterly contested and was par ticipated in by many Republicans of national and state fame Including Speaker Cannon and Gov Dcnecn IS VICTIM OF BLACK HAND Unknown Men Shatter Italians Store with DynamiteFive Build Ings Wrecked Danville 111A charge of dynamite i weighing perhaps 25 pounds was ex ploded under the fruit and wino house of Joseph Mascari 11 College street Tuesday utterly demolishing five buildings and causing 50000 damage Buildings both to the north and to the south of tho Mascari placo were completely wrecked and plate glass windows In every building for three squares were demolished Mascarl charged members of the Black Hand society with tho crime but ho declined to say whether ho had ro celved threatening letters from any source ASTOR SAFE SAYS SKIPPER Captain Confirms Report That Yacht Nourmahal Was In San Juan Harbor November 17 New YorkCo1 John Jacob Astor and son Vincent with their guests and crew are safe on board tho yacht Nourmahal somewhere In West Indian waters The yacht arrived at San Juan on November 14 and was still there on the evening of Novem ber 17 when all pefll from the ter rifle hurricane had gone Since then the Nourmahal has probably sailed for Ponce This Information was brought by the Insular line steamship Harry Luckenbach which reached Now York Tuesday from San Juan P R Student Kills Himself Chicago Eluding his roommate and shouting n frantic goodby Wll lIam McCormIck 31 years old a stu dent at the Moody Biblical Institution hero Jumped from a thirdstory win dow of the Institute dormitory Thurs day and died later Steam Barge Flint Burned Alpena MlchThe steam barge Flint loaded with limestone and salt burned of North Point Thursday Tho crew reached Alpena safely In their yawl boat i Ol tJ I ANARCHY REIGNS IN REPUBLIC Nicaraguans Appeal To America for Help Big Fleet Is Picked Out To Sail for Corlnto Washington Wo oro praying that God will causu some foreign power U intovono in the name or humanity and put an end to the anarchistic condi tions in Nicaragua This ringing appeal contained in a letter smuggled aboard a steamer at Corlnto and received at Panama has stirred this government as has no other development since tho nation was startled by the announcement that the two Americans Leonard Groce and Leroy IC Cannon had been exe cuted by order of Santos Jose Zalaya president of Nlcaraugua and troubleemakers of Central America The plea for intervention has caused a profound Impression at tho sate do partment It has planted In the minds of the government officials the seeds of a plan that may bear fruit eventually in tho annexation of Nicaragua- To cap tho climax of the testimony that has been piling up to show that Zelayas act In condemning the two Americans to death without trial was an outrage on civilization worthy of temiddle ages came the telegram to Sal vator Castrtllo representative of the Nicaraguan revolutionists in this city 0hllulelCgovernment It said Cannon and Groco were serving as volunteers with the rank of colonels in tho revolutionary army and conse quently did not deserve tho penalty of deathA like that of Zclaya lint never been witnessed In the history of Central America The state department baa become convinced that Zclaya has committed tho unpardonable crime of tampering with anothers natlonss official dU patchesThe state department Is forced tc tho conclusion that Caldcra has sent messages but that they have been de liberately held up At the very moment that President Maya protests to the state depart meat that the two American citizens Greco and Cannon wero executed lr gaily the navy department Issued new and peremptory orders to vessels tc proceed to the Nicaraguan tort It Is proposed to rend to the west coast the Buffalo with 400 marines and her own crow the Princeton at soon as she arrives from Puget sound at Son Francisco and the Albany and the Yorktown which are to proceed with Princeton from Magdalona bay CORPORATION TAX REVENUE Estimated to Approximate Twenty Five Millions Must Be Paid By July 1 Washington Tho corporation taj regulations are complete and ready tOt the printer reported Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh and CcuiimUsIcjo er of Internal Revenue to President Taft The latest estimates Indicate a net rovnuo under the tax of approximate 35000000 annually 122000 corpora lions are likely to have to pay corporation taxes There are many uncertainties about Its effects In one of tho tar southwest states for instance It has boou found that not over 10 per cent ol many thousands ot corporations whose official existence was authorized have ever actually done business Improper registration In ninny onset Is fully expected with such a gigantic scheme but tho series of penalties under the law will apply Just the same to those who fall tQ get the forms and regulationsAll are required to bo In the collector hands by March 1 then sept to the Internal revenue bureau here where the tax will be assessed and the taxing corporation notified b tfJCJune 1 the tax to bo paid by July 1 Tobacco Market Louisville IyNo 2CDcmtnd good with burley sltshtly higher than last week Burley G8017 dark 980 01025 Total offerings Burley 1009 364 1908 10 dark 1909 20 1908 32 original Inspection 374 reviews 43 MARKET REPORTS Clnclnatl Nov 2GFlourMarket steady winter patent 3GUf5fO spring patent 5GOfi590 rye 4GO 180 Wheat Fair and steady No 2 red 123126 No 3 110117 Corn Ear corn steady shelled stcwty new corn is as follows No 2 white GOGO 4c No2 mixed 595aijC Oats Steady No2 white 421O43 No 2 mixed 4142c Hay Steady with fair demand No 1 timothy 1550rJ16 No1 clover mixed 1401450 No 1 clover 152501575 Rye Stonily No 2 771480a Mill Feed Bran 2150 middlings 23CO2450 Live Stock Markes Cincinnati Nov 2GJattlcRo colpts 1317 head market steady ex tea 0700085 good to tholco 5p C75 heifers extra 5350550 cows extra 4350450 Calves Market extra 950 fair to good 7iOtIwl HogsReceIpts 5505 hord market ac live good to choice butchers S25830 mixed packers 8S2v pigs utI- bs and less JJ7G Sheep Re ceipts G8S head market steady extra e 450 good to choice 37u435 Lamb Extra 7 good to choice GJ 0690 I IInteresting Kentucky News I RECEIVER 13 ASKED For Dark Tobacco Growers Protective byBenElkton KyThe circuit court of Todd county was naked to appoint a receiver for the Dark Tobacco Grow era Protective association In an action flied hero by Ben S Street Mla management of tho affairs of the Dark Tobacco Growers Protective associa lion and the squandering of its assets nro charged by Street who Is a ware house man of Elkton nnd who makes tho projected regrading ot the 1907 crop of tho association a basis for his plaint Ho wants tho funds of tho ns Boclatlon attached claiming that nil its convertible property is in Tennes see- MAY HAVE BEEN SPOOK Negro Ejected from Cistern He Was Digging by Unseen Force Hoptdnsvllle KyWhllo Nathan Davie colored was digging a cistern at his homo in this city he was sud denly hurled bodily out of the hole by 1Sameunseen explosive force which ex Itself without any warning what ever The cistern had reached a depth of several feet and Davio was digging in some rock In addition to throwing tho negro out tho rocks were moved about considerably and several bad cuts and bruises wero made on Davles body by the flying particles lie will recover It II supposed that a pocket ot gas was trapped and that when tho earth nnd rocks that covered It were removed that It caused tho explosion CARRIED BY NARROW MARGIN Ws Good Roads Amendment to Con stitution Frankfort KyTho Bosworth Wyatt good toads amendment to the con Htltutlon carried in tho recent election the vote being 60541 for and 45037 against Tho total vote In tho presl dential election last year was 400000 votes moro than were cast In tho good roads amendment Tho returns from Konton county were not sent In and the successful candidates will have to rely upon certification from the county I committee to tho secretary of state Frankfort KyTho appellate court derided In the case of the Clear Springs Distilling Co against tho board of trustees of the Bardstown common school district from Nelson county that tho territory within a boundary of two and one haif miles measured from tho outer boundary of tbe site of tho school building pro vided the site does not exceed onll acre Is taxable for school purposes Tho question Involved in this case was whether or not the distilling company should pay taxed on Its warehouse which contains 15000 barrels of whisky Louisville Ky After having eluded capture for ninny months Raymond J Gillette former manager of the Palls Cities Loan Co of this city who Is accused of having converted 5000 of tho companys funds was taken Into custody on a ranch In the west nnd will be returned to this city at once to stand trial- Winchester Ky Receivers Lee 8 Baldwin and Rufus Lisle executed bond for 00000 with two bonding companies as sureties and went to Lexington to take charge of the Bar ley societys affalra Insofar as provided in Judgo Bcntons decision as affect lag the pools of 1906 and 1907 Frankfort KyStato Veterinarian Klsenman reports that 22 of the 71 Holstein heifers of tho Central Asylum are Infected with tuberculosis 1Theboard Is not satisfied with the test of Dr Elsonman and Dr Alex Hart I hill of Louisville has been employed to make n test Frankfort Ky William J Murray 64 formerly of Frankfort died In Lou Isvllle lie was ono of tho first men to learn to read sounds over the telegraph instruments Murray was taught telegraphy by James Francis Leonard tho first sound reader Ixrulsvllle llyTo escape tho fury of a mob which assembled In Spring field Ky Henry Channell colored was brought to Louisville for safekeeping Channell shot and killed Prentice Rabbet lit tho Springfield Hotel Lexington Ky GUI Mncey acting r for George II Estabrook of Denver bought tho 4yearold trotting mare Lilly W by SImmoneer dam by Hap py King from James McAllister for S7COO Purchase was made by a trial In 207 Loulsvlllo KyFor the purpose of procuring tho right to vote on school questions Kentucky women will march on Frankfort when tho legislature con venes Tho Kentucky Federation of Womans clubs is leading the movement Frankfort KyGov Wlllaon remit ted tho state part of the fine against the Scelbach hotel at Louisville con victed of salllne liquor to its guests on Sunday I I f1 J 1AA 1 BITTER FEUD OPENS Between Kentucky and West Virginia Families and Bloody Battle Is Expected Williamson W VaMrs Chas Dan leIs and her 10yearold daughter were shot to death near Devon Mingo coun ty by officers and their posse of Pike county Kentucky The shooting of Mrs Daniels and her daughter grew out of a family feud which hat been brewing for some weeks between the Christians and Daniels on tho border of Kentucky and West Virginia The Christians lived III Mlngo county West Virginia and tho Daniels In Pike county Kentucky About three week ago George Christian ventured to tho Ken tucky side and was slain by Jim Dan leis and it Is claimed that the mur der was unprovoked and most brutal Christian and Daniels were brothers inlaw and had formerly been allies having each served a term in the West Virginia penitentiary upon the charge of murder and shooting to kill They fell out over a trivial matter hnd became deadly enemies After the killing of Christian by Daniels the two families and their friends became In volved and for some few days both factions have gone about heavily armed The Christians secured war rants for Jim Daniel and his brother Charles who was also said to be Im plicated in tho murder of George Christian and led by a posse of 16 un der the command of Constable Fcr reli of Pike county Went to tho home ot tho Daniels for the purpose of ef fecting their arrest Tho two Daniels boys wero at the home of their fa ther Charles Daniels near Devon and It in said that when tho omcers ap proached within a few foot of tho house Mrs Daniels and her daughter throw open the front door and opened fire with Winchester rifles ono of the posso receiving a bullet In the arm and Mose Christian father of tho murdered Christian boy had his hat shot from his head Tho two Daniels boys and their father opened fire from behind tho house Mrs Daniels was shot down in tho doorway but the 10yearold daughter stood over her prostrate form nnd fired upon the posse until she dropped dead ncross her mother pierced by three bullets The officer closed In but by forfeit Ing their lives tho mother and daugh ter had BO effectually covered tho re treat of father and brother that they made their escape There are now some 30 armed Christians and their friends on tho West Virginia side and almost n like number of tho followers of tho Daniels faction on tho Kentucky side Both factions are armed with Winchesters and officers say they are unable to control the sltua tlon and if either of those factions crosses the line and clash either Gov Olasscock of Wost Virginia or Gov Wlllson of Kentucky will bo appealed to Harlan Ky Parson C Cornett I jailer of Harlan county was shot nnd killed here George Turner Upward a surveyor and his brother W J R toward school superintendent of liar Ian county who wore charged with tho shooting surrendered to Deputy Sheriff Huff Tho men It Is said got Into nn argument over n baseball game Louisville Ky Louisville real es tate approximating the value of 1000 000 Is disposed of in the will of Mar qulso Des Monstlers Merlnvllle of Now York formerly Miss Mary Gwen dolyn Bird Caldwell of this city She devises tho greater portion of her es tate real and personal to her sister Baroness Caldwell Von Zedtwltz who is named executrix without bond Lexington KTho executive board of the Burley Tobacco Insurance Co awarded to tho Hendricks Moore Moore Co of this city tho contract for tho erection of a wnreholl8et 80 by 128 feat with shed t at Mt Sterling Campton KyRev John Burchnra of the Baptist church was arrested and brought to this place on tho charge of shootlnf and wounding Ra leigh Cecil Cecil Is under an Indictment for tho killing ot Burchams IS yearold son- Lexington Ky Frank J Marshall won tho tenth game In tho national chess championship match J W She walter resigning on the twentyeighth move Marshall now has six games to his credit Showalter one and three drawn Winchester KyJ S Parrish who represented Rosenthal Meyer ot Baltimore and the Jefferson Woolen Mills of Tennessee and whose homo was at Elk Hill Va shot and killed himself In tho Brown Broctorla hotel here Lexington KyTho first case of pellagra known In tills state resulted fatally to Mrs Connors wife of a rail road contractor who was brought to tho Good Samaritan hospital from her homo hear Nlcliolasvlllc Frankfort Ky =After a meeting of tho capitol commission It was decided io stop work on the capitol grounds as there Is no more money to carry on the work I 4 c lJvJi r f i QUEER PLAY With Huge Army Rifle Cartridges Re suits In the Fatal Shooting of a Youth Louisville Ky Bullets nnd brick bats were implements of war In II queer oneman battle which took placo hero when Edward Spies 17 was shot over the heart with a huge bullet from an army rifle cartridge Spies stood a row of the big Krag Jorgensen cartridges on the fence and amused himself by throwing brickbats at thorn Ills aim was true Ho hit tho cartridge tho cartridge ox ploded and hit him Ho Is dying at his fathers home The bullet entered his breast just above the heart Spies ran to his home crying Ie am shot lie then ran several blocks to a doctors office and was quickly taken to a hospital Ho was too weak to under go an operation and death was momentarily expected CREDITOR ASKS PROTECTION Under Bankruptcy Law After Debtor Asks for Receiver Lexington KyAn effort is being made through action brought in tho federal court by tho Cincinnati cloth ing firm Mayer Schcuer Offner Coyto throw tho local clothing corpo ration Council Ryan McCarty into bankruptcy Tho action of the Cin cinnati firm followed the application of Council Ryan McCarty to the Fayette circuit court for the appoint mont of a receiver this firm setting forth its desire to go into liquidation There Is no necessity for a proceed ing In bankruptcy said Attorney George C Webb The firm is solv ent Us assets are 40000 nnd Its lia billtI eR about 30000 Mr Connell sold his stock In the corporation to a Cincinnati man recently Messrs Ryan and McCarty concluded that they did not wish to continue In the busi ness without Connell and they hold Ing a majority of the stock voted to liquidate TIEUP OF BURLEY FUND Secured by GrowersReceiver Will Be Appointed Winchester KyJudge J M Ben ton of tho Clark circuit court landed down his decision hero In the suit for a receivership brought by J E Gaits kill and other Clark county growers against the Burley Tobacco and In surance Co nnd granted the petition of the plaintiffs for u receiver for 346000 hold by the company out of the proceeds of the crops of 1906 and 1907 No receiver was named but a conference of the court and attorneys was hold on this and other Important matters involved In tho decision which Is of farreaching Importance to toy bacco growers and possibly Involves tho future of the company recently Incorporated nnd capitalized at 2000 000 Frankfort KyThe 10000 judg ment In favor of John R Nash of Newport against the Chesapeake Ohio Railroad Co was sot aside by tho court of appeals In an opinion reversing the Campbell circuit court and ordering a new trial Louisville Ky Accused by an on raged husband of despoiling his home William E Proctor republican candi date for auditor In the recent city election a former school trustee and n wellknown resident of this city was shot and killed on the street by R M Culley a wall paper dealer Henderson KyTho Stemming Dis trict Tobacco association operating in tho counties of Henderson Hopkins Webster Union and Crittenden closed a deal whereby it sold 13000000 pounds of tho 1909 crop of tobacco at 7c average Tho same terms and con ditions of sale as those of the 1907 sale are to obtain This sale will mean the distribution of nearly 1000 000 In the association district Ellrabcthtown ItTho Elizabeth town Burley Tobacco district com posed of about 15 counties held a meeting In this city for the purpose of establishing warehouses in the sew eral counties Steps wore taken to build warehouses throughout tbo dis trlct Lexington JThe new library at Stnto university was dedicated Ad dresses wore made by Gov Willson members of tho board of university trustees and others The library build- Ing cost 20500 and it contains at present 3000 volumes Morgantown KyE D Gully of Oklahoma City Okla former assistant secretary of state of Kentucky who was thrown from a buggy at Bea vor Dam died before any of his people except his mother could get to him Frankfort KyPearl Merchant ar rested in Cincinnati and brought here on the chargo of detaining Usctta WII liamson 8 was taken to Lexington for safekeeping Hickman KyThe RIchmond Bond oil mil operated by G R Bond of Chattanooga Tenn was destroyed by fire Loss 100000 insured 1lf i kl 7f A Plain Coiffure The plain coiffure void of curl or wave or puff is very pretty and stri king and fortunate are those who can wear it Fair ones with a plenti ful supply of hair as well as good looks will find this variation of the Greek style so much in vogue just suited to them It requires a bead band and a pair of wide combs to hold it well In shape The band la a sort of small shell coronet and answers tho purpose of supporting the Bide hair and adorning the coiffure as well Tho hair is parted ort for this coiffure as for a pompadour Tho portion combed back is tied at the base of the head and twisted into a coil fast ened with pins That portion of tho hair combed for ward is to be parted in the middle The shell coronet is adjusted to tho TO KEEP FACE IN CONDITION Quality of Towel Used Is an Impor tant ConsiderationProper Care Of Brushes Employed Always use a soft linen towel for wiping tho face Tho hands aro tho best medium for washing rough cloths are an abomination to a deli cate skin and coarsen it besides harboring germs and impurities detrimental to the cuticle In addition the soft palm gives a gentle massage which Is especially grateful to a tired nervous face A cloth however is necessary for laving the neck for this purpose nothing Is better than cheese cloth which is exceedingly cheap and can bo frequently renewed These cloths should be bolted out at least once a week and must bo thoroughly dried in the open air Tho same amount of care should he given to tho face brush It must be rinsed in hot water and put on the outside window ledge to dry A good camels hair face brush which Is neither too soft nor too harsh can be purchased for 1 and if properly cared for will last for years Onco or twice a week a good skin food should be applied with massage to prevent wrinkles this is done after the scrubbing TUSSAH SILK WAIST Blouse of tussah silk trimmed in an original way with fagoted bands of the same material Tho jabot is of the silk and lace Tho sleeves trimmed to correspond have a tucked strap of the silk on the outulde finished with the lace Correct Veils Taupe Is the leading shade of plain awlIthreadare usually becoming to the complex ion Another mesh veil ct flner weave Is covered with flat velvet pas tiles square in shape and scattered over the surface at close intervals i X i head before the front hair is combo to place After adjusting the coronet the hair at each side is brought back over the coronet The ends are rolled under to form an additional support for the hair and It is fast ened to place by means of rather long side combs aided by hair pins If the hair is very heavy it Is not necessary to roll the ends under as a support at the sides A pretty effect is produced by crossing these ends at tho back above tho coil and finally fastening them under the coil This coiffure has no advantage oyer those that aro curled and waved but obvl ously it saves time and If becoming provides acceptable variety from more elaborate modes It rests tho hair also when too much curling or wa ring shows signs of spoiling the nat ural gloss or making it uneven rGREEN SHADE MOST ADMIRED Color Being Universally Made Up Into Elaborate Evening Gowns Green Is to bo a most popular shade this winter and in fact there is grave danger of its being too popular for tho fashionable shades are all on the vivid order and also wero seen In considerable number last winter For tho moment it is the color most in demand and both in tho emerald and peacock shades is mado up into the smartest and most elaborate even gowns The embroidery on the mate rial worked In silk and with colored stones is most elaborate and effec tive but must be most carefully carried out In order to avoid any too startling or extreme effects Just how to accomplish those two so widely separate Ideas requires great skill and In fact a green gown modeled after the latest designs requires the skill of an artist In dress Designed Her Chiffonier Boxes for many things are needed by the woman who makes elaborate toilets That fact has Inspired at least one woman known always as bright- A chiffonier that adorns her home is ono she designed It has threo tiers of drawers of varying sizes cov ered with fine Japanese matting that matches the cretonne and wallpaper of her boudoir One drawer has a compartment for three lengths of gloves each holding six pairs in or derThen comes a separate place for soft neckwear In a row aa it the owner had n fondness for alliteration are the compartments for handker chiefs hosiery andhair A Massaging Hint Too many women make the mistake when massaging tho face to treat the face only Possibly they manipulate the throat slightly but that is all All massages should bo earned well down to the bust line as this strength ens the muscles that extend into the face throughout their entire length Another Important spot for massag ing is around the cars and down to the edge of the shoulder Here it is that lurk tho first signs of advancing age yet strange to say it is tho spot most often neglected though much can be done to prevent wrinkles and that withered look by careful manipulation The New Stone Now that we are 4o wear col ored crystals and all manner of semiprecious stones this winter as brooches and buckles on turbans at well as buttons on fur cuats it is in teresting to know of any now crystal that appears The last addition is the olivIne and It will be quite the fashion It is of a palo shade of green with an under lying tone of yellow Green for Dining Room A green rug is said to bo in tho best taste for dining room Just why la not stated but probably owinn to the tendency of the day toward darkfinished rooms with which no other rug except red would go well And they say the red rugs fade soonest I J P DANGERS OF DRINK IN YOUTH In Rigidlyegory of Tobacco By II W Wiley M D Chief of the ChemistryAtwater experiments has shown that a certain amount of alcohol can be oxidized dally by tho average healthy Individ ual There is another question how over aside from the possibility of ox idizing alcohol which must be con sidered In this connection viz that as long as alcohol Is not oxidized it acts in a specifically deleterious way upon certain tissues of tho body Tho coagulate as the cells of the body which go to make up its organs and upon which the functions of such organs depend are largely composed of albuminous matter This fact should not be for gotten For these reasons I entirely agree with Dr Dana in believing that alcohol should bo rigidly excluded from thq diet of early life If used at all it should go in the category of tobacco coffee and tea There is a general impression I do not know how wisely founded that tho moderate use of sound old beer wine whisky brandy and rum is helpful rather than deleterious to health The danger always is in exceeding the lim it of moderation and the same is true I believe in regard to the use of coffee tea and tobacco What effect would bo produced upon the human animal If these stimulants were banished it is Impossible to foresee Mankind has lived on the earth for many thousands of years according to historic accounts during which time the use of fermented beverages has been quite universal and bevJragesTheyImpression as a part of his environ mont upon the human animal as he Is today Whether that Impression has been for good or bad Is a matter upon which wide variance of opinion may justly be held Until within a few years I have been opposed to forced prohibition If man should never be subjected to any tempatlon his stamina of character and power of resistance to evil would undoubtedly be diminished This would bo a very sad condition of affairs If at the same time the evil It self were not obliterated- In the last few years I have been so impressed with the evils of the exces sive use of alcoholic beverages of all kinds that I feel at times as if unl versal prohibition could be nothing less than a blessing At the samo time I believe that tho very moderato use of the very best old fermented nnd distilled beverages may be con ducive to health and longevity If this use is not begun until the formative period of life is completed TRIBUTE TO ST LOUIS JUDGE Magistrate Who Adopted Probation onPledge Method Lauded by World Congress at London The world congress on alcoholism which recently closed its session in London paid a special tribute to Judgo Pollard of St Louis the Amerl cnn judge who nine years ago adopt ed his socalled probatlononpledgo method for reforming drunkards This method simply requires that drunk ards coming before the court be glv en Instead of a prison sentence the opportunity of signing a pledge to keep sober If the pledge is signed by the prisoner sentence is suspended and if kept nothing more is done In the matter This socalled Pol lard plan has attained wide accept ance being now used in several foreign countries After Judge Pollard had addressed the congress his time having been doubled on motion of a Frepch delegate a declaration was framed which was signed by prac tically every delegate present ex pressing gratification at the recogni tion of his method in statute law by Great Britain Vermont U S A and Victoria Australia and declaring that the possibilities ot this wise and be neficent policy are so great that wo desire to commend its adoption throughout the world- Alcoholizing the Children Tho fact that tho liquor trame is a menace to the nation finds no clear er demonstration than its effect upon child life In a recent number of Tho Lancet Mr F G Mackereth makes the astounding statement that 40 per cent of the school children of Lon don under eight years of age drink alcohol more or less regularly lie claims to have obtained his figures from several of the London County Council Infant schools Tho state ment has aroused a good deal of dis cussion nnd one doctor declares that this state of affairs obtains not only In London but over the greater part of tho continent Shortest Yemperance Report As far as wo know tho shortest BIt Boclatlonal report on temperance was presented by J J Barrow and C W Scarborough and adopted by tho Central association In 1879 says the Biblical Recorder It was as follows No drunkard shall inherit the king lorn of heaven 17 d II0 II ccneiponijenc pibllihed amen ilfitt U tau by tilt writer Tbo Mat 0 illset for pabllMUoi bat u u trtdtiee of rood faith Writ plainly s ooOoooo o odlo oooooooeooeoon JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER BOTTOM Clover Bottom Nov 30A fine meet- Ing has Just closed at Cave Spring churchRev Jos Lunsford Is holdln u weeks meeting at Oak Grove chu Every body Invited Kev Honeycut has returned to Kerby Knob and has brought with him another preacher from N Oiclina Hardln Azblll has returned front London where he ha been attending Federal CourtJ W Abrams who la on the sick list Is some better at this writing W T Barretts family who Is on tho sick list Is still no better Major Cruse and wire visited S W Blcknell last Sunday night Corn Is selling hero now at 60 cents per bushelGar Hay sold some nice hogs to Irvin Baker a few days agoJ R Englo went toI McKee yesterday on business Pearl Gentrys child la on the sick llstAn jallne Purvis U expected to return to Ohio In a few days DOUDLELICK Doublellck Nov 26There Is a great deal of sickness In this community at this writing Sir Willie Camp bell of Horse Lick and Miss Laura Lunsford of Clover Bottom were marri ed yesterday at the home of the bride they immediately started South for their honeymoonJ W Abrams our leading merchant Is very 111 at this writing Mr James Hammond and wife were made glad over tho arrival of a tine boy in their homo There will be a picnic at Cave Spring Sunday Corn Is scarcer than many a year in this part It Is selling at sixtyfive cents per bushel In the fleldGeo Witt and wife are visiting friends and relatives in Berea this week SAND OAF Sand Gap Nov 19Farmers are busy gathering in the golden grain Mrs Bird Brockman who has been ill for some time U slowly improving James Johnoor and family Lave moved into thor now homo at this place Sarah and Henry Grey of Bradshaw recently vlsltoi relatives in this vi clnttyA P Gabbard of Conway vis itoj his old stamping ground hero I last wookGoa Richardson and O D Murphoy are going Into a partner chip goods business at this place EOOnRov Hacker and Joiireon held services at this ilcc Sunhy night a week nsoC S Durham renewed his subscription to The Citizen Thurs day and received the big knife DDV le and LoWe Inaacs of Wlrd Cavo visited their adder Mrs E E Dur ham Wedacauay and Thursday and ohtv accompaclel them homo Friday Mr J N Hurley has taken Us daughter Bessie vlio has a serious heart I trouble to Borca for treatment Annie Powell and J G Dunham were shopping la Bore Saturday C S Durham is vl llng relatives at Grey Hawk and PrJvett KTHKL Ethel Nov 24A largo crowd attended Church M this place Sunday Mr John Q Rice Is on the sIck list j Mr Burnett Bingham of this place who moved to Lo WOOktMrplace aro marine to Mr Arch Neeloyla Glace3Ir I S Mower has Just returned from Loo County where hejpurchased C farm on Ross Creek will move there soon James Bowman made a flylug trip to Boonevillo last Friday Mra E G Saulsberry aM Mrs W G DIlly of Mlllcrsburg wlo have been vWtlng Mr and Mrs H C SauUln returned home Friday Miss Milllo Bcnnor and Miss Ida SundayMrCreek soon wlero will tako pictures J Mr T A Nooloys barn Nov 16 by CVM unknown FOXTOW artyI Foxtown Nov 26Born to Mr ant Mrs Wm Hobbs a fine baby girt Mrs Craig McFarland Is very low with tuberculosis Mrs Alfred Moore has been sick for several days butJis able to be in school again Isaac Fox had a qutlUng last SaturdayJc H leases house caught fire and burn ed tho family being absant at the Sundayfor tthoirand family aro moving to the new CraigMcFarland CountyNvicinity buying furJ K Baker the tie Inspector was thru hero this week He is paying tile top price IIDennettvisiting her daughter Mrs Alfred I Moore last weok Mat Spicy and the daughter of Mr W Lakes of Wlndf t Cave eloped to Tennessee and were married GKKENHALI Greenhall Nov 29rJames Smith RoyalhI Evans children have scarlet fever also Charley Venablea children Long teacher of the Hickory Flat school la preparing tor a good enters talnment the last dayRobert Le Carrer Flancry and Richard Couch were recently tried In the court at London for selling and making whis key Leo got six months for making Flanery 60 days and Couch 30 days for sellingAfter spending several days and shooting several hundred shots tho bird hunters from High Bridge loaded up their fine bird dogs and 93 birds and pulled for homo feel ling as good we hope as Theodore Roosevelt will feel when on his way home from the wilds of Africa Robt Strong passed through the past week selling salt James Russell and Jack Evans are visiting at Samuel Evans J D PIerson has completed his poul try house and will now pay a good price for one hundred young hens Mrs Katherlno Evans is convalescent Mrs Nancy M Wilson was the guest of Hardin Wilson Sunday Miss Slrllda Hurst of Nathanton was visit ing J N Smith and family several days tho past weekW N Cook passed through Saturday buying coun try produce and fur hides Mrs C A Creech and daughter sold to Mrs An dy Strong several yards of home mad carpet Autumn continues warm an dry and much work Is being done on the farm and in the tie and stav businessGreen Hall Nv 22S N Smith and Co have bought up a tine drove of turkeys which they will ship to the Cincinnati market this week Mr Marshall of Ohio who has been in this and Owsloy County several days the delivery of nursery atocks61a by J D Pierson will return homo before Thanksgiv lagWill Strocy ot Mildred pasa ud through last week om his way to Brcthltt County John S Plorson went to London with a load of wheat rod brought back flour equal to Bob WhltoJ D Plerson and family and Luther Pkrsorv aud family wero visiting at Boottyvlllo the past week MH Catherine Evans has tide pleu risy again and Is very UlThe bird hunters from Nlcholasvllla are kill- Ing a fine lot of blrdso G Mad fromIncarlot Hickory Flat Is planning to have an exhibition at the cloao ot his school J N Smith and Co shipped over 500 pounds of turkey and several cases todayMlss keeping for Mrs Catherine Evans George Plcrsca was visiting Mrs Becky Jano Evans and his daughter inIaw Mrs Fanale Pierson at Beatty vlllo tho past week and while on the trip bought Bdvsral head of nice cat heldIBro Stratton ot Barbourville and jfieveral were baptized Wednesday Crank purchased a fine mare from will Strong of Tyner OKAY HAWK Gray Hawk Nov 27Mr L J Robertson has sold out his property- to Mr James Bromback H J John son Is out buying cattle agulnJ F LlvlngsI and brother John were In Gray Hawk Saturday on busl InessTho Tincher and Johnson Tie Co are busy rafting timber W En gle bought a load of corn from Mr M Sandlln for 1 per bushel Corn is very light In this partJacob Moore rondo a business trip to Dry Ridge yesterday buying fur- ANNVILLK Annvllle Nov 26SundaY school is progressing nicely at this placeThe G P Hacker conducted a re S8IIs going to Georgia to teachMr W JalltIwayfWelchburgMr F J Johnson home on the 25th with a nice lot of cattle ftOCKCASUE COUNTY OAULKY Gauley Nov 23A protracted meet- Ing Is In progrewi at New Bethel on Piney Branch this week Miss Fan nlo Browning who has pneumonia la improving Little LIllie Kelley Ist sick at this writing Born to Mr ant Mrs W II Morris a fine glrlIBorn to Mra SI Howard a fine girltAndy Bullock and family Sundaya A lag- weekEvory t body la preparing go to Red Hill Thanksgiving ORLANDO Orlando Nov 27Mrs Sarah Me Gulro ofnbls place was called to e her mother Mrs Mollie Singleton ot Cooksburg who is very titdlr Elmer Williams will start to Oklahoma the first of DecemberMr Frank Sin gleton will take his place In tho L N railroad office at Brush Creek Miss Lizzie Singleton of Cook burg is visiting relatives at this place The meeting at Maple Grove still con tlnues with good attendance 1DOONRBoone Nov 29The small child of Mr and Mrs Goo Paynter Is sick wheo has been quite sick la some better Mr J II Lambert Is still improving Mr S B McClure and Mrs James Taylor of near Conway visited the home ot J Leaven on Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Gadd of near Rockford visited friends and relatives at this place SundayMr A BSoard of Cop per Creek was found dead near Con way late Sunday The cause o his death is unknown Mr and Mrs John Wren made a business trip to Berea one day last weekMr Morris Keller ot Richmond was 101 this city one day last weekMr Sol Knuckles Is very slckllr and Mrs B Chas teen visited their parents of this place Saturday and Sunday Mlsa Jennie Chasteen visited home folks here one day last week Mlsa Emma Oldham Richmond Is visiting relatives at this place The Rev Dan Phelps of Copper Creek was In this vicinity Sat urday ROCKfORD Rockford Nov aOThe llttl0 son of Mr Will Croucher was burned tp death on Nov 25th Ills clothes heddied that night One of the twin veryesick but Is some better Mr and Mrs Alexander and Bula Vlao J J Martin and wife visited Mr T M Ogg Monday Mr and Mrs Alexander will leave Dec 1 for their home in Jeffersonvlllo Ind- niSrUTANTA Dlsputanta Nov 29Ilhe Rev L R Rowlett of this place has return ed from Madison County where ho has been holding a series ot meetings Mr J H Taylor a prominent school teacher of Jhla place went to Berea Saturday on business The Rev Dan lei Phelps filled his appointment at Macedonia Sunday The common schools of thb place are fast reach In a close Mrs Mallssa Owens who has been sick so long Is able to be out again Mrs Harvey Unmet Is very sick at this writing Mra Mol lie Cook of Illinois Is visiting rel atives and friends here this week WILUIK Wlldle Nov 28 Misses Samatha Fish Lou Philips and Belle Jones who are going to school at Berea were home Saturday end Sunday Mr John Steward and wife are vis iting Mr Tom StewardMiss Leila Reynolds from Langtord was the guest at Mr T G Reynolds Satur day and Sunday The little boy of Mr Tom Steward who bad his leg broken is doing well Miss Bessie McWhorter spent Thanksgiving at her home In Berea Mlsa Nettle Fish visited friends at Bprea last week The singing class at this place is doing fine with Mr McNew as In structor It meets every Wednesday and Sunday night- OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Sturgeon Nov 22Mrs Catherine Evans la very Ill at this writing Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson are all smiles over the arrival ofa fine glrlMr 31 C Hughes made a business trip to Privett Blalno Wilson Is erecting a new bllrnllr Finley Peters of Station Camp Is visiting friends and relatives at this placoMr and Mrs J D PIcrcon cf Green Hall add Bud Thomas of Sturgeon are visiting Mrs Becky J Evans and family ot Beatty vUloA G Brewer Is at homo again after a fourteen months stayI in Okla The farmers Institute con venes at this place the first Satu- rda71n each month at 930 p m Everyone is cordially invited to atttend those meetings women as aa men We axe always glad to seethe ladles outJacob Bowman cutI his foot off while making cross ties Tho candy party at Mr John Lanes t Friday night was a very success ul affair all reporting a fine time Sturgeon Nov 29 Thanksgiving went off nicely at Big Spring school with a good entertainment nice dinner and a largo crowd of people Samuel Hartsock and family are visiting relatives at Roses Creek Dudley Wilson has returned home Daniel Strong Is erecting a newI dwelling Frank McCollum will move Berea in a short time Quite a number of organs have been sold on Creek In the past month Mr Bowman who cut his foot some ime ago Is slckDr J A Mac shaffey Miss Nora Barrett ot Lelchton l la visiting relatives at Sturgeon t0VINCENT x Vincent Nov 27W H Venablo was at Idamay Saturday on business Eliza Isaacs ot Kings Mills Ohio 1neeand around Vincent J C Bother was in Louisville tho last ot the week replenishing his stock ot winter goods The school at tWo place under the careful management of Mr S P Caudell U doing wonderful work Mr Caudell stands second to note among the teachers of the county J B Scott gave to his many friends a Thanksgiving dinner and all who attended declared themselves highly pleased T B Vonable contemplates starting soon to Now Mxlco to view tho country relative to purchasing a homo tileroW It and Rolo Ven able were tho guests of Mr Burke who lives hero Sunday IUCKTOWN Rlcetown Nov 27The Rev Ior ter preached a Thanksgiving sermon at tho Isaac Gabbard school house on Cow CrookC B Gabbard was at Bqoncvllle Thursday on business D agofSaturday and Sun lay with relatives- on Cow Crook Sam Wilson ot Cow Creek was hors one day last week The Rev John Wilder and Maso have been holding meetings at Grnss Branch this week Tho Rev Porte- will hold meeting at the Lceandor Reynolds school house next Sabbath thoIed by tho Social Presbyterian on Cow Creek Is being puahel In order to get it completed before the ti of the year so school can begin The is promise of a good school this win tar with Misses Brownlco and McGaf tick as teachers TUA TELLERS RUST Travelers Rest Nov 27Dr John D Herd haa moved to Boonevllle where he Intends to make his future homoW W Wilson has moved to town and Is now In charge ot the store on Main Street Hiram Botner has moved to the country Just north of towu Thomas etcH has sold his IItoof ItooII Venable has bought Neal Farmers soft drink stand at Vincent and will continue business at the same placeE C White ot Plnevlllo visit ed homo folks here Saturday and SunI dayThe Thanksgiving entertainment given at Mr S A Caudells school was quite a ouccosa B N Minters fine mare got hung In the stable and died here last weekW W Wilson Is erecting a tine barn and feed stable hereMessrs A J Creech S P Cau dell and Palmer Scott are planning to enter school somewhere this winter It Is reported hero that Miss Ella Botner bas a mild case of scarlet fe ver CLAY COUNTY IIIUGIITHIIAD- KBrlghUhadc Nov 26Sllos Wagers has purchased the large stock of good belonging to thd Flat Lick Stave Co at Flat Lick aud will haul thorn hereto increase his orn store Thcre has been a little revival of tho stave Indus tr for some people will sell staves so long aj tnoy have an qak leftI The sale of the stave companys store indicates that they will go out cfI business soonRev Wm Cottongim went up to Lidlan Grave Branch Thursday where ho will hold preach Ing services until Sunday Mr and Mrs Taulby Stewart of Spring Creek visited Mr and Mrs Taylor Wagers Saturday and Sunday Frank Wagers matte a trip to Mlddlwborough last week He la now engaged In making a delivery In fruit trees Farmera seem to Uavo forgotten their good serise in ordering trees and 8Ov bUts will not IolSvor M II Frederick purchased a fine lot ot apple trees SlKINn CIIKKK Spring Creek Nov 26There will be preaching at Spring Creek school next Saturday and Sunday by tho Rev Everett Elzemore Silas Wagers merchant at Mill Creek has bought E G Saulsburya stock of goods at Flat Lick and expects to haul them over to his store at Mill Creek soon James S Hosklns of Lincoln County who has been visiting friends and relatives In Leslie and Clay county last week returned to hIs home on tho 28th InstTom Smith is all smiles since the arrival of a ton pound girl at his home named Ida Lillian ESTILL COUNTY WAGKUHVIILK Wngersvllle Nov 29Elder T P Edwards lectured on Temperance- at the Wagersvllle school house Sun day night Miss Anne Cosby and T Mr John Parrish of Richmond Misses Fan Scrlvner and Maude Park of this were guests of Miss Kathorlno Sunday Mr Estill Warlord will move his family this week to Be rea where they expect to make their homeMrs J B Kelley Is very sick at present Miss Mary Wilson ame home Sunday after a very pleat ant visit with her brother Mr Chas = r Royal flaking Powder is the greatest of time and labor y savers to the pastry cook 1 Economizes flour butter and eggs and makes the l foqddigestible andhealthful ftOAt1SAICIN Makes most healthful food No alum no lime phosphates The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Wilson near Irvine Mr and Mrs James Flynn entertained a number of friends Sunday Miss Ella Park came home Friday after a two weeks visit with friends In Richmond There is vfoln I1rI LOCUST imANCH Locust Branch Nov 29The Rev apepointment hero Saturday and Sunday Mr Jno Black purchased of N S Coylo some fat hogs at seven cents per pound Mr Kellogg A C Wilson visitingroat S B Kellys for a few daysDr Land has sold his farm at Little Rock to Mr Isaac Crane The Dr will move to Oklahoma by Jan 1st 1D10 Thero was a pie supper at Knob Lick Satur day night Tho plea sold from 25 cents to I171T Tho proceeds of the supper went to tho girls that baked the plosU 8 Marshals Short and Maya cut up a moonshine stilt on Middle Fork last Thursday night andcaptured the shiners Thos Plyman and Will Day StlnN S Coyle lost a fine steer last weekMr L E Cox put two wagon loads of tobacco on tho market last week at Richmond STATION CUiStation Camp Nov several cases of diphtheria in our community Tho little oloven months old child of Jamea Cox la suffering tho most at present It is not expected to llvoTbo little Infant of Joe Nol and ot Wlscmantown Is very ill U this writing Tom Alcorn who form erly occupied tho property of the late Geo A Park has moved in tho house with his mother Mrs Dr M P Scott Lewis Lakes has returned from Jack son County where he bought several head of hoSSDob Lakes ot Panola was In our town last week and bought some cattle Cacslus Rico bought a mare at Widow Barkersealo Saturda Thero Is to be a local option election held at all tho voting places In Es till County on the 11th otDec for the purpose of trying to vote whiskey back In this county Those who are opposed to the whiskey shuold neI that all get out and vote Corn la selling from two fifty to threo dollars per barrel In Estill County Mra Dr J F Scrivner and daughter Pearl and Misses Winnie and late Moo res are in Cincinnati for a few days Turner Reeves visited his grandparents J P Kelly and wife of Wagers vlllo Saturday and Reeves visited friends SunlayPr1ceI dayMrs M P nephew Joe Noland day Frank Welch and wife of Irvine I C II Click and wife were the GUests- of Eb Reeves and wife Sunday Mr Dave Abner and Mrs Lou Allen wero Theokgrandson Oron Isaacs of Madison County are visitinG Alfred Isaacs antI- family for a tow days Mra Lola I Frazier and family of Wlsemantown are also visiting Alfred Isaacs and family Tho Irvine Telephone Co sat I work on a lino from Irvine to BeattyvllleMADISON I COUNTY IIRKYFUH Dreyfus Nov 28The Rev Bob Ambrose of Big lUll filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Ora Bradley and mother were In Richmond Saturday F M Jones rondo a business trip to Richmond Thurcday Mra nd Mrs Bert Rucker wore tho guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Rose Sunday Mr Roy Hudson and Miss Myrtle Click Mr Ben Rucker Miss Maude Baker Mr Willie Robinson called on Miss Leila Richmond Thursday Mr and Mrs H Davis and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Oliver LakeMir Love Klmbcrlain daughter and Mrs Matilda McNeoloy ot Knoxville Tcnn spent Sunday with Mr and Sire Luther Klmbcrlain Several from this place attended the box supper nt Kingston Sautnlay night Mrs Mar till Click who has been1 visiting her daughter biro Nan Jonea left for her homo at Kerby Knob Sunday a Mrs Ed Baker U very III at pr- esentMr John Ktlloy who has ty phoid fever la Improving rapidly KINGSTON Kingston Nov 29Mrs Jno Pow ell and daughter Suda made a busl ness trip to Richmond Wednesday I Robert Rowlett of Silver Creek spent Sunday with Laura Murray T J Cole ot Canada boa been visiting friends here this week Mlsa Fannie lastI I and Mrs W C CaywoodMr and Mrs John Powell and daughter Mar- I tha Lewis Sandlln and wiCl and Mr Roy Hudson wore the gunetaof Mr Gee Sparks at Dreyfus Sunday The i box supper was very successful Saturday night f21 was raised for tho I benefit of the school The revival meeting at Mote will continue till I Friday night Mre Goo Young and Mrs May Lain spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Paint Lick Mlta Fronla Williams of Klrksvlllo was tho guest of Mrs Tom Todd last week COMMISSION TO MEET Franfkort Ky Nov 27 Governor Willson Friday mado announcement that Judge Alex P Humphrey of Louisville who was selected as chair man ot the Governors Redistricting Commission which the Governor nam ed and requested to recommend to him a nonpartisan redistricting act i for submission to tho General Assem bly redistricting the State according to the Constitution census and googra phy has called a mooting of the commission to bo held In Frankfort Dec 3 Tho commission will U Is exported hold Its sessions In tho board room of thIS now capitol I TurkeyAs dislike wild game aa a food bares bate eaeythreaten crops At Angora some 60 000 are killed annually for tho sake of tho fur which la shipped to Marseilles and used In tho manufacture of bats Exports Rabbit Australia has turned her pest Into a profitable Industry During tho last five years 14433000 frozen rabbits have been exported from Victoria principally to England also 8G242 wentIntoof 103242000 Bklns IPUBLIC SALE OF LANG- i1 will on Thursday Dee 9 1909 nt 10 oclock a m on tho permlsce In Madison County Kentucky sell to tho highest bidder two tracts ct lands Tract No 1 contains 30 14 acres houseIstablethu yard and Is good productive land Raised on somo ot the land this year acrer CO acres joins Tract No 1 and la in a fair state of cultivationThe tracts will bo offered se parately then as a whole then separately and whichever way it brings the most money that bid will bo acceptedTho farms lie on the Paint Lick Wallaceton and Berea turnpike about 6 12 miles from tho thriving little village of Paint Lick and about 3 12 miles from the city of Berea now one of tho most business cities In the state to Its population with one among the best colleges in tho- U S for training young men and wo men for various branches of business churchIOJ isIImade and possession given the hall in payment to suit purchaser For any Information write W P Pre witt Berea Ky or call on or phone said Prowltt at Slate Lick G W Woolwlne W P Prewltt Berea Ky Auct P 8 Any ono having stock of any kind there to sell will sell It after laud Bale W P P = Yw 7