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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c C I 4IllES I VENT 5 OFF I CEtKYHEUEA t p BEREA PUBLISHING CbIN- COIllOKATKD J P FAULKNER Manager i Entered at the Post offlke at Ikea Ayi at Ktond chut man malter IJVol XII vivo cents n copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY OCTOBER 0 1010 year No 15 Mens Wear TX7E are ready to show you the newest in Nobby Suits and Overcoats Good prac tical Clothes that are up to expectations in Severy require- mentlOto20 FOR FINE QUALITY I Suits and Overcoats High Grade HATS SHOESSHIRTS HOSIERYETC At Popular Prices I New York Feared in China News paper Plant by Bomb Flying Machine and i Death Record The Hook Worm NO MONKY From a few private sources for the last few weeks fear has bean of a Shortage this Fall This tent seems to be If the country can trust Ii sued byu UH l I claim that the danger ta Al- lput If there was any danger The ltelf U In good skate a1 could quickly sire awletaooe to the hanks In oaee of an emergency This however could not have been done a l few mouth MHO but the banke ar ranged to take sure of them elYtI by cutting down risky loans and other securities It there was dan ger owing to money shori age the good crops of the year would Offet the danger ORIPIK ON THIS For tbe hut eight or ton yenra the United States has suffered fearfuily from the dleeaea known ng grlpiw or Influenia Census figures are re MMiring now in that they show the rate of the disease on the Ie cline for the last two or three years The BBIIIO revolt hover la note stall as to anl sand In IMS to seventy thousand in 1000 t IItt NEW YORK CON Mr Roosevelt not only the reverted In last weeks dtiien but along with the he wrote the platform and I tho ticket the old guard being defeat lI to the the KENTUCKY swIn R R COYLEt Berea Kentucky 1 NEWS OF THE WEEK Democratic Convention Uprising Destroyed Automobile SHORTAGES exproted it1nRnellil altogether ungrounded utatementa Treasury tJllutment- whkh r Treasury primarily DECL1NIC 1leant encouraging pneumonia IIllOIliRBPU1JL1CAN VMNTION organliad Republican conventional prosreedven nominated JF THE CITIZENDevoted Interests of Mountain People In ed from start to finish Tho nominee I for governor tho mead of tho tick et Is Honry L Stlmson who has I achieved some notoriety as the proso I cutor of the Sugar Trust I TAMMANYS CONVENTION The New York State Democratic Conven I tion was in session at Rochester ut the same time time Republican conven tion met at Saratoga The Democrat ic convention was in thu hands of the Tammany boss Mr Murphy through out but the leaders did not havo KR smooth sailing as their opponents at Saratoga for candidate were not easily found presumably no one wish ing to measure swords with the Rooeo velt forces After long parleying and some refusals the ticket was finallyI treaded by the state chairman Mr J A Dlx The platform In part coversI the same ground as the Republican upINEW AVIATION RECORD ViI- I ter lirooklne firing from Chicago to Springfield laet weak a dfcUinoe of one hundred and elghtl miles at the average rate of thirtythroe miles an hour In five hours and for tyflve minutes set the world a new I record for heavier than air machines DrookltiB made two stop In his flight each time wRIting for the oxprew train to overtake htm and give him a new supply of gasoline Hlghty four minutes were consumed In this I way He also had to faoe a fltteon mile gale throughout his course If the wind had been nt his back he would have ranched the goal munch quicker and possibly without a singlo stop As It sun he won a un thou sand dollar prize CHINA TURHULBNT Advice coming In from China expresses great fear of an uprising similar to the lioxor rebellion Great discontent Cenllnml en fifth i8Ie1 Ill llllp you are going to buy a Wagon get a WEBER and you will be pleased Ifj you have never used one ask you neigh bor about it We also carry a full line of Hardware Farming Implements and Gro ceries You will find our prices right ISAACS C KIDD BEREA KENTUCKY t UP TO THE PARENTS AGAIN I How do you dot + Howdy The man to speak first was on horseback far from Lome and au entire stranger in the locality The other was walking and they bad met on it lonely road in a back county gbrge Neither was averse to talking How far is it to Mr s f asked the stranger prof No my homo is quite a distance from here Where If you dont mind telling Oh I live a way over in the valley Are there any good farming lands over there f Yes our county has a great ninny real good farms Can they be bought pretty cheap Now and then there is a farm for sale but they usually briug a good price Are you wanting to buy f Yes I have been living on a farm on the head of the branch bore for forty years aud its entirely worn out and as there is no more land to clear and I cant make a living on it any longer it looks as if I shall have to move I The stranger did not encourage his questioner to move but soon wont on his way his thoughts in the following vein On a farm forty years and as fast as one field was exhaust ed a new one teas cleared and now all the land is cleared and all uorn out That is not farming and we dont want tkat kind of men to buy our farms If all fartua were like this one the inevitable end would be starvation for the IVoce And that was the only kind of farmers nn l farming the stranger had seen in all that region What was the remedy f These people could live as long as they had a little timber or coal to sell but after that what f This is a serious questionthe most serious that confronts the people of eastern Kentucky The remedy is uo hard to outline however The strangers mind did not cease to work till he had found the solution But be himself admitted that the application I is not so easy as the theory Education is the remedy industrial education But that is the very kind that appeals the least Where is the inspiration to the boy to sttttlr agriculture when he is sick of the farm and all farm conditions as be has seen them illustrated ou his fathers gradually dying farm f Where is the inspiration lo study carpen try f The carpenters ho is familiars with have known but little about thejr trade and are making as poor a living as the farmer of his acquaintance And where is the inspiration to the girl to study cooking aud sewing She has learned to look upon her mothers work as drudgery and like her brother if she goes to school ut all it will bo in time hope of getting a training that will take her entirely away from that drudgery Neither the boy nor the girl ever dreams that tho schools can give such a training ns will make both the work on the farm and the work in the house a pleasure and exceedingly profitable And neither do the parenti ninny of them But why shouldnt people be trained to do the things they will most likely have to do thru life The home and the farm are the centers from which emanate both the life and that nhicli sup plies life then why not train for hounckeejting and Jamming Away with the idea that wo only seilil ciiildhU to school tOinake teachers piano players lawyers doctors or preachers out of themlIBut again it is up to the parents If they are asleep bo expected of tho children f Some time ego in an editorialwe showed that if children do not learn ns they should in school the fault is usually with time parents the want of the atmosphere of the school in time home books pictures magazines Now with equal if not greater force we mtift say that if parents want their children trained in the things that most concern lifeif they want them to come back from school trained in the industries and ready to doctor the old farm and beautify the old home within and without instead of being estranged from time home by their education and ready to go to some distant county or state the parents themselves must give the inspiration they must begin the work of making the farm productive time home beautiful and tho farm life attractive and profitable And how f Suppose the farm hums been dying for forty years is now worn outlendand the farmer himself is fifty years of ago Even then it is not too late Lot him read the articles on In tensive Farming in Tin CITIZBN or let him do more spend two or three days with Mr Clark on time Beren Farm and Mr Mullett in the Berea Garden and ho will go home if he has ordinary intelli genco with enough knowledge to rejuvenate nay old mountain ftirm andwith enough inspiration to kindle in his children n desire for time training of the hand as well of the head and the courses that will be most attractive to him when he sends his children to Beren or elsewhere will be the Industrial coursesIMILLINERY OPENING OCT 7 8 Ladles you are Invited to attend my opening of Full and Winter Millinery at my old stand corner of Chest nut and Parkway Boren Ky and at Tho Little Bargain Store Main St Beroa Ky Oct 7 8 1010 RespectfullyMrs Laura Jones THE MEANING OF BAD AIR The season of the year Is coming on whim wo nro likely to be expogetl to too much heat- Confined air is bad anyway but confined air which Is also heated Is a tremendous breeding place for all kinds of germs Arctic explorers find this out for no sooner do they return I and enter warm houses and take up the ordinary ways of living than theyi become subject to colds sore throats and bronchitis which often oomplitely prostrate thorn for a time so that they dread this danger moro than the dangers of Limo Arctic Tho gorms t tho boat of them until they bocoui i acclimated to thomiIf thoro was a barrel of water and everybody who como along took a drink out of It and rinsed out bin mouth and put it back into the barrel you would not care to drink out if that barrel When In a closo crowd ed room Just think where the aIr that you aro breathing has boon Think of the noses and the mouths It has boon IthatWhat horrible mixtures If tho air were visible we should have a frightful picture So It Is necessary to tako pains to keop tho air clean It Is not only because fresh air Is cold that we need It but because It Is clean anl wo must breath clean air oven as wo must drink clean wntor and oat clean food Exchange Peculiar Growth of Horn Tie horn of a rhlncceros U not Joined to the bones of the head but grows on the skin hkw a wnrt DO YOU That for deposit of for ten years at 4 per cent per annum you would have I i r We pay cent per newspaperIN and it l and as one dollar We also pay 4 per cent TimeGeitificates f of Depositl 4 I BEREA BEREAS BANK Assets SI Main Street W H Porter Prest IN THE LIGHT OF NEW YORK Fur for the Result GroundlessTaftI- n at the Turning PointNature of the New ork ContestMr Roos evelts Position and Work Before HimPresident Speaks Out Fears Groundless We might have known it und we did believe It and yet there was ti lingering fnar fear that possibly I Mr RoosiJvelt had not mcnsu the strength of his enemies had dI made proper allowance for the CIterlrIUoosoeltfuture of fear for tho Roosevelt policies Country In RovoltIAs we have soon it the country Is in revolt against the machine meth od practiced by the erstwhile lead ers in the Republican party The press of the country Is in sympathy with the revolt and the elections have been either a succession of victories r for tho tenders In the movement or when the choice had to be made between tho old line an II Democrats was just as pronounced favor of the Democrats i Old Lines Doomed i Tho truth of tho matter is it long ago became evident that old line Re publicanism hadnt a ghost of a chance in the Fall elections and per lisps even a poorer chancotwo yews hence For that reason and more for the sake of tho principles at stake Tho Citizen has longed fob Insurgent victories In the primaries and conventions and has heralded the various successes of the Progressives with gladness Past Forecast For as has been time and again outlined In these articles Standiat victories In the primaries meant Democratic victory In time general election and Democratic victories in a tow of the great northern states meant Democratic Congress with I Continued fifth page Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a goodt a Five semiannually b 4 per compound twice a year accept CO fully Republicans a on OWN STATE New Hospital for Consumptives A Bust of Henry Clay Given tothe StateSuppressing the Guberna torial Aspirants Duel at Corbin Ewell Out in the Eighth TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL Tha opening ot8 tuberculosis hospital tit Vaverly Hill near Louisville is scheduled for today The hospital has boon planned and under construc lion about four years andlt Is said IwHen ft is opened that H n ueonb of the best equipped institutions for tho fight against the groat whlto plague In tho United States A GIFT TO THE STATEA bust AluorIwasPowers was recently presented to the state by Loulb Kountz a wealthy banker Mr Konntzs father three limes voted for Clay for tho presidency and his friendship tor tho grout commoner Induced his son to mate the gift It Is supposed that tie but will bo placed in the senate uhamber of the new capitol building at Frankfort NOT SO SURElt has been stated far and wide In the Democratic prose of time state that tho election of Mr Powers In tho Eleventh Congressional District would Insuro the defeat of the Republicans in nil outer districts mad especially tho Ninth and Tenth but just now it is leaking out that they aro not quite so sure The scram blo among tho many candidates for governor is felt to bo a real offst to tho supposed advantage that the election in the Eleventh gave theta In order that any chances that tho candidates may have in the Third districtsironygone out from Democratic headquar ters that tho candidates for governor must keep quiet or only talk In ha half of the congressional nominees until after the election COLONEL EWELL WrlHDhAWSIfColonel R L Dwell Contfminl on unit rage PKAKSONS IIAU tTheHome of the Young Men of the College Department Dercai Finest Dormitory Y Page Two THE CITIZEN The Citizen I hfimlly newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Published every Thursday it Del Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated I P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE eoi Veit100sllro-atba r k Three Month MI Bend money Pottoffice or Kxprcu Money Order Draft Reglttered Letter or one and two cent stamp The date alter name on label ihowi to what date subscription li paid If It la not changed within thiee weeks alter renewal teotily U- llnlol numbers will be gladly supplied if wt are notified line premium cheap with new subscription and prompt renewaU Send for Premium List Liberal terms linn to any who obtain new for u Any one sendingus four early aubacdptionecan redeve free Errhrmself for one ear Adrertldng rates on application IIMINJUUL Or- KHtrrCCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION What elso can a person do but hbtile in a hobble skirt A race of queelesa Chinamen la a possibility In the near future Dont anybody say a word about the Weather Might break the spell Aviating continues to be dangerous enough to make it very Interesting Looks as though this fall was going to be onn grand aeroplaneautomobile feast Tho woman who took an oath and swooned apparently realized Its re sponsibility Fall football practise begins nlth a fresh supply of cpllar bones all ready to be broken You are not compelled to weep when you read of an accident to the wearer of a hobble skirt Esperanto has no cuss words Its necessary to explain this because It sounds so peculiar The fact Unit the champagne vint ago Is a failure will not affect the business of the rathskeller Science has received a remarkable Impetus An African professor has learned to talk tho ape language News that the alfalfa crop is doing well may or may not please the man Who eats prepared breakfast foods Aviators are flying high but the morning stars will continue to sing together without fear of interruption The headline suggestion that A ro nnnce ends at altar Is hardly com plimentary although many of them do A baby has been born on Fifth avenue New York The very latest fashion in babies is understood to be pink r If It takes G000 to make a good dresser many a wouldbe fashion plato may as well throw up his hands In failure We suspect that the pantaloon trust Is behind that movement urging young men to get on their knees when proposing Somebody has found how to convert copper into Iron This may kelp to re duce the immense piles of copper that are scattered around Another sad blow to the English An American in a French machine achieved the worlds record for altl tude and right on English soil too The crown prince of Germany has been made a rector magnlflcentlssl rous If ho doesnt break under that weight bos the prince of burden bear ersIt In reported that there Is a scarcity of chorus girls in New York This be- Ing the case there must also bo a scarcity of Plttsburg millionaires in Kew York- Britains most powerful battleship the Orion which has just been launched can do everything except fly but it may be toiled by some frail craft that cannot do anything else Minneapolis has authorized Its park policemen to spank mashers The fact that they are also empowered to first nub them into a receptive mood makes this Innovation all the more pleasing Probably you have noticed the sin frclar habit a brass band has of finishing Its selection and stopping ita playing at the exact moment when you bccomn Interested and begin to listen A couple were followed by a crowd Jn the streets of New York and were received in state at the city hall by the acting mayor their claim to this distinction and popular curiosity be lug that they had walked from Kansas City Dut In theso days of motor boating automoblllng aviation and ceneral trolleyriding the man or woman who walks from choice Is a curiosity GREAT TWOCITY FLIGHT AND BROOKINS THE FLYER THE AEROPLANES AT TOP SHOW THE WRIGHT MACHINE AS IT APPEARED AT VARIOUS HEIGHTS- IN ITS FLIGHT BREAKS AIR RECORD WALTER BROOKINS FLIES 186 MILES IN FIVE HOURS 49 MINUTES WINS 10000 CASH PRIZE Young Aviator Surpasses All Cross country Flights In His Chicago to Springfield III Trip OutDls tances Special Train Springfield litWhat Is looked upon as one of the most remarkable feats In aerial navigation was accom plished by Walter D daywhen a Wright biplane Thu no successfully flew from Chicago to this city and In doing so he broke all cross country aeronautic records With only two stops neither of which was actually necessary ho made tho trip from Chicago to Springfield a distance of 186 miles in five hours and fortynine minutes maintaining an average speed of 327 miles an hour and won the 10000 prize offered by a Chicago newspaper Along the entire route from Chicago to the state fair grounds here hun dreds of thousands of people cheered the daring young aviator as he passed As the great mechanical bird came to the ground here in the presence of 40000 people he was cheered vociferously for fully halt an hour Brooklns left Chicago at 915 a m lie dropped out of the clouds over the fair grounds In Springfield at 445 One of the first persons to grasp the airman by the hand as he stepped from his seat after the long and spectacular flight was GOT Charles S Do neen who was followed by Mayor John S Schnepp of Springfield Fortyseven minutes after Brooklns rose from the ground In Washington park Chicago tho Daylight Special left tho Park Row station over tho lilt nois Central A special car had been attached In which traveled Wilbur Wright the airship inventor Roy Knabenshue special representative of tho Wright brothers members of the Aero club of Illinois and about forty newspaper men After a flight of two hours and twen tyeight minutes Brooklns came to Oil man where he arrived at 1143 Brook ins was far ahead of tho train and he decided to alight and await the arri val of the train The train arrived at Oilman at 1215 and orders were given by tho division superintendent of the railroad to hold the train until the biplane should resume Its flight The gasoline and wa ter tanks were replenished and after the engines had been gone over carefully by Wright and Knabenshue Brooklns resumed his flight From Oilman to Springfield the spe cial train and tho aeroplane ran neck and neck first one forging ahead then the other but never at any time more than a quarter of a mile apart Drooklns was forced at 320 to descend at Mt Pulaskl for fuel only twentyfour miles from the state fair grounds The landing was ono of the most remarkable that has ever been seen In the history of aviation Trees and fences surrounded him on all sides and with perfect control he picked out a spot after soaring about In a short circle scarcely more than half a block square and landed square In the center The special train was held up the aeroplanes supplies again were renewed and at 345 ho ascended again From Puraskl to tho fair grouuds a speed of thirtyfive miles an hour was maintained Canteen Founder Is Dead Washington MaJ George M Dow ney U S A retired originator of the army post canteen died here Friday after a weeks Illness lie was sixty nine years old and had participated in three Indian campaigns lIe was transferred to the retired list in 1888 Nine Hurt In Car Crash Detroit Mich Nino persons were injured one probably fatally Friday when two street cars collided at the intersection of Dix and Scotten ave q ones PRAISE FOR LA FOllETTE CONVENTION CALLS SENATOR PIONEER PROGRESSIVE Wisconsin Republicans Declare Payne Tariff Law Falls to Carry Out Party Pledge Madison WisSharp criticism of the Payne tariff law a demand for the physical valuaUons of railroads and unstinted praise of Senator La Folletto as the pioneer progressive are the principal planks of tho plat form adopted by the Republican state convention Wednesday Indorsement of the states strongly Insurgent delegation in congress and a slap at President Taft are ex pressed In the following resolution Wisconsin is to bo congratulated upon having representatives In tho senate and house who remained true to the people and to the national plat form of the party notwithstanding the efforts to punish them for so do- Ing by withdrawal of federal patro nageOn tho tariff the platform says The PayneAldrlch tariff Is not a compliance with the pledge of the Republican party In Its national plat form Tho true basis of protective tariff Is the difference between the cost of production at homo and abroad and we hold any Increased cost of production of living of Amer ican labor should be accompanied by compensating tariff duties The present tariff board has no power of Investigation and Is not re- quIred to report to congress We fa vor the creation of a nonpartisan tariff committee empowered to ascer- taIn the cost of production in this and other countries and required to make frequent reports of tho information gained In congress Upon the Information so obtained congress should proceed to revise the different schedules Independently of each other according to true protective tariff principles PAROLE SYSTEM IS FAVORED Humane Prison Laws Take Place of Former Harsh Regulations Says Report of Committee Washington Such timehonored methods of punishment as tho dungeon starvation silence the soil tary cell darkness and corporal pun ishment have been largely discredited in American reformatories according to the report of the committee on reformatory work and parole made to the American Prison association Almost every American reformatory Is operating under some modified indeterminate sentence law said the report All we believe have a aye tem of parole more or less effective while some reformatories administer a probation law in addition HOLD UP CAR IN DAYLIGHT Six Armed Bandits Take 130 From Passengers on St Paul Inter urban Train St Paul Minn Six armed bandits secured 180 on a crowded In terurban street car flourished knives and revolvers in the faces of passen gers fought their way to tho rear of the car and made their escape in broad daylight The car was a Minneapolisbound Interurban and the crowd In tho aisle made no effort to stop the men At Eleventh avenuo ono of the men sig naled to the motorman to stop the car and with knives still In their hands the bandits backed down tho platform TwentyElghth Aviator Killed Muelhausen Germany Aviator Flochmann who was Injured when his biplane collapsed at a height ot 150 feet died Thursday without having recovered consciousness This makes the j twentyeighth death this year Painting Brings 200000 Paris Rubens famous painting The Bath of Diana the pride of Brussels was sold Wednesday to an American for 200000 It was for nerly In the ponemlon of Frau chuybcrt BLAST KILLS MANY LOS ANGELES TIMES BUILDING IS BLOWN UP AND ENTIRELY DESTROYED TWENTY ARE REPORTED DEAD Number of Employes Leap From Win dows but Are Injured Cause of Explosion Not Known Police Re port Series of Intonations Los Angeles Cal Early Saturday an explosion that shook tho city for many blocks and which caused tho death of fifteen to twenty persons completely destroyed tho Times Publishing building at First and Broad way in which Is published tho Los Angeles Morning Times Flames Break Out The explosion was Immediately fol lowed by a fierce rush of flames that made It Impossible to attempt the rescue of many of the employes who were trapped without a chance of escape from tho double horror Almost within sound of the explo lIon tho entire half block which was occupied by a fourstory structure became a seething furnace A for tunato few jumped from the windows only to meet with Injury from the fallThe cause of tho explosion has not been ascertained but according to the police several of whom were en tering tho police station 300 feet away when the blast occurred there was It series of heavy Intonations The building was entirely destroyed SAYS OFFERED JOB FOR VOTE Bank Cashier In Senatorial Bribery Hearing Gives Damaging Evidence Against Senator Lorimer Chicago Testimony direct y connecting Senator Lorimer with an offer of patronage for a vote for him was brought out Friday at the senate com mittee hearing In tho investigation looking Into the validity of his seat In tho senate Henry A Sheppard a bank cashier of Jerseyvllle was the witness His testimony brought out by tho Interro gations of Attorney Austrian for the prosecution caused a sensation in the committee room Mr Sheppard said Mr Lorimer told me that If I would vote for him bo would get a friend of mine In Jerseyvllle the office of post master It was the day before ho was elected Leo ONeil Drowne took mo to Mr Lorlmer and wo had a talk I told him I wouldnt vote for him un less he did as I requested Lorimer considered a minute and then bo said Well If I am elected I will have a share In the Illinois patronage and I will do It That was all there was to it Representative Michael S Link of Mitchell told the story of another vote cast for Senator Lorimer for which money was paid when ho was called to testify Link declared ho was asked personally by Lorlmcr for his vote and later was paid 1000 in the South ern hotel at St Louts by Lee ONeil Browne 7 dont know what it was for I didnt ask I thought It was for cam paign money was tho statement of Link Dickinson Passes Harbin Harbin Manchuria Jacob M Dick inson tho American secretary of war Brig Gen Clarence R Edwards chief of the bureau of Insular affairs and their party passed through hero Fri day en route from Peking for Moscow and St Petersburg Nicholas Monsarrt Is Dead New York Nicholas Monsarrt president of the K 8 M Railway com pany and formerly president of the Hocking Valley Railway company died suddenly here Friday SET FIRE TO BODY- OFMUROEREOWlfE HOOSIER MAN THEN ESCAPED AFTER THREATENING TO KILL UNCLE OF VICTIM BARBER FORCED TO SHAVE HIM Women Had Left Husband Because of III Treatment and Was Living at Home of Relative Where Spouse Went To See Her Drookvlllo indCharles Diddle aged 28 years formerly of Shad land and Chalmers Ind shot hla young wire to death at tho homo of tier uncle Louis Koouler of Pepportown six miles from Brookvlllc Diddle then poured kerosene upon tho body and applied a match Koehler who was asleep In a build- Ing adjoining tho house WM awakened by tho shot and rushed to a doorway but was met by Diddle who declared that ho would kill him it ho interfered Diddle carried a shotgun Dkldlo then fled going to Motamora whero he forced a barber to rite and shave off his mustache and a short beardHo then bought a ticket for Cincin anti and departed on the first train Koehler a bachelor lives alone at Poppertown Two weeks ago Sirs Diddle camp to the home of her uncle saying that her husbands treatment of her had been such that flho was compelled to leave him Diddle unex pectedly arrived at Koohlors home and demanded to see his wife Their meeting Koehler eays ap patently was friendly Diddle pleaded dramatically with his wife to return to him promising that ho would treat her properly but she hesitatedWhat further conversation took placo between Diddle and his wife is not known to Kochler as ho loft the couple alone hoping that they would become reconciled When Diddlo escaped following the murder Koehlor ran to the homo of R neighbor William Alley ft school teacher and together broke In a door of the Koehler home They found Oho body of Mrs Diddle in flames It was on the floor The head bad been shattered- It was with groat difficulty st they saved the houpo from deetruotlon WOMAN DIED IN CHURCH When She Leaned Forward In Pew Pastor Thought She Wai Sleeping PlUsburg Whilo announcing his text dealing with tho uncertainty of life Rev J W Thomas pastor of the Welsh Baptist church noticed Mm James Powell aged 63 a prominent member of his church lean forward in her pow Thinking that she had be como drowsy ho went on preaching After a few minutes when she did not resume her former position ho called attention to the woman An usher wont to her side and found that sho was dead Rev Thomas nt once brought tho services to an end with a prayer for tho stricken family When Mrs Powell camo to church she appeared in perfect health Children Hurt Joy Riding Carmel N JWhen Max Clair a wealthy shirt waist manufacturer who had drlten from Philadelphia In his largo touring car proposed that n bunch of children should Lave a joyride he did not know that disaster lay ahead of them Tho ear struck a high bridge over Carmel run and turned turtle Five children wore badly hurt Tho chauffeur who was pinned under the wrecked car may not recover Nearly every one of the chll dren has a broken leg or arm Memorial to Smith Ithaca N Y Cornell university Is to erect a memorial tablet In Goldwin Smith hall in honor of tho late Proto GoldwIn Smith upon which will bo In ecrlbcd a copy of the clause in his will bequeathing n large sum uncondi tlonally to Cornell Patter Wants to Be Legislator Chicago Tho Ten Commandments and the Sermon on tho Mount consti tuba tho platform on which Rev Dr Frank G Smith pastor of tho Warren Avenue Congregational church will seek election to the legislature from tho Nineteenth Senatorial district State Senator Found Dead Mobile AlaState flonator Max Hamburger was found dead In a room at the Cawthon hotel here Death was attributed 1o apoplexy JIM term of office would have expired In November Gov Hughes Son An Editor Cambridge laS Charles Evans Hughes Jr son of Gov Hughes ot New York has been elected by felow students to the editorial force of the Harvard Law Review Tho election was unanimous Youth Accidentally Shot Father Pottstown PaHenry O Duane was tho victim of a fatal gunning ac ddent of the hands of his son Robert The son was loading his gun after hooting a dove when his finger ned dcrly touched thottrBgcr I THE MARKETS I Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 5GOaG7o butcher steers extra B8Ga010 Rood to cholco S48Ba57G heifers 95trcows5extra good to choice 4CO a4 70 good to choice f37Ga440 Dulls Bolognas f4a406 fat bulls f450a fG CalvesExtra flO fair to good f82Ga97G Hogs Heavy fS7Ga890 good to cholco packers and butchers 9a910 mixed packers f885a906 common to heavy Ut sows Ga- Slight shippers 8GOn9 pigs 110 lbs nnd loss f5a850 Sheep Extra 375 good to cholco 310a365 IAlmblf Extra 7COa76G good to choice f573a CGO yearlings 4a5- Cincinnati Grain WheatNo 2 red flal02 No S red 93a97c CornNo 2 white 55a G6c No3 white liia5GYlc No2 yel low G4aG4V4c No 3 yellow 53Ua51No 3 mixed Sic white car COaCZc mix ed ear 60aG24c yellow eRr Gln03c ir OatsNo2 whlto 3Ga35l4c No 3 white 33o34c standard whlto 34Va3c No 2 mixed 34a3l4c No 3 mixed 334lt- 34c lIayNo 1 timothy 17al7TiONo 2 timothy 15DOalC No 3 timothy fHaHGO Nc 1 clover mixed 14 a4GO No 1 clover 12 Malt Spring barley 87a90 Barley No 2 spring Sla83c No 3 C9a76c Rye r No2 7Sa77c No3 73a74c Cincinnati Miscellaneous Butter Extras 31c Ib flints 30c fancy dairy2214c Poultry Hen 140 Ib spring chickens 12V4o spring ducks 12c turkeys 20c geese Ca7c Eggs 1rlmo 24o dot firsts 23c Apples f2a360 bbl Huckleberries f 4 bu 1oachos Northern Ohio AA f2GO bu IV 175 Iotntoesfiome grown f235a260 bbl sweet Virginia yellow f3n225 bbl Jersey 275a3 Louisville Tobacco Ixmlsvllle Total offerings for tho week wore GIG hhd Of this number 97 were burley and CIS dark There woro 8 hhds of new 1910 crop burley offered and sold at tho following prices One hhd at f9501 nt f117- 51at123at12731at14and1at1426 averaging 1253 Tho quality was fairly good the tobacco was well matured and In especially good con dition for so early In the season There weN 07 hhds old burleY sold ct auction quality only fair Prices for all grades were Inclined to bo Irregular with low grades easier There were 4H1 hhds dark offered at auction LITTLE BUYING FOR fUTURE Actual Business frr Immediate Needs Is LargeDry Goods Stocks Art Kept Low New Yorkit O Dun ft Cos weekly review of trade says rho trade recession although plain continues Irregular actual business for Immediate needs being largo but there Is comparatively little buying for future or speculative requirements In dry goods this tendency IB maul feeling Itself and as It serves to keep stocks low It makes for n strong economic position especially as retail distribution aggregates large It Is notable In view of all thosn conditions that building operations al though falling behind some in some localities are taking the country over largeSome tendency toward firmness IB apparent In certain departments ol Iron and steel although In general the outlook Is sufllclontly uncertain I to make consumers cautious in contract ing for future requirements and most of tho present demand Is for immediate needs only Dress goods and men s wear for Immediate shipment are In bettor de mand while spring business Is limited Press ginghams and subcount prints In cotton Roods are being offered free ly but staple domestics are very Quiet although there Is a moderate demand for print cloth yarn goods for printers and converters use solos at Fan River last week miming ahead of productionMills to curtail In cotton I centers and until the cotton prop is matured solllnp agents are slow to movo on prices for staples Yarns rule generally quiet with some Im provement noted In the call for wor steds The silk trade shows decided steadiness and bettor tone Eastern footwear manufacturer are receiving larger orders for cor talc kinds of goods nnd business again J shows Improvement this week but other lines are as slow as ever Trade In solo loather is Improving with sli able solos of union backs reported re cently Inn the Boston market and tan ners asking firmer values on about alt tonnages Business Failures New York saysrThe Pennsylvania whisky market is firmer Production has been restricted for three years goods are scarcer and a stronger demand Is looked for Business failures In the United States for tho week ending September 2J wore 211 against 190 last wok 195 In the like week of 1909 225 In 1908 177 In 1907 and 13C In 1906 Business failures In the week in Canada number 43 which compare with 22 last week and 22 In the corro sponding week of 1D09 Wheat Including flour exports front the United States and Canada for too week ending September 29 aggregate 212GC37 bush against 1G83GG8 last yearFor29 exports are 19360999 bush agaInst periodlastCorn exports for tho week are 59 869 bush against 2W36C last week arid 113841 bush In 1909 For the 13 weeks ending September 29 corn re 1349202t O7Mr THE CITIZEN Page Three rROUND ABOUT ITHE STATE IMPORTANT NEWS jMOST FROM ALL OF KENTUCKY Ftc 4t 1 Y y+++++ + + Irrp M 639 O K R R TO SPREAD OUT Will Extend Its Lines to Mountain Region of Eastern Kentucky Tho Ohio 8 Kentucky railroad 27 tnllca long connecting Jackson Brcathltt coimty with Cannol City Iy a connection of tho Lexington eastern railroad will oxtond Its line to tho virgin coal Holds In the moun tt v tabs region of Eastern Kentucky which Is being considered by four other railroads at the present time This lino has been a coal feeder of the Lexington J astern and moro coal tonnago originates on Its 27 miles of road than on the L K It has been learned that this was tho pro posed extension that has been cred ited to tho Lexington Eastern re candy Tho mines that tho proposed oxton elon of the Ohio Kentucky road will roach are located on tho western slope of tho mountains and aro the coal mines Inspected by President George W Stevens of tho Chesapeake Ohio lines Daniel Wlllard of the Baltimore B Ohio railroad and William Cotter of the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton in company with eastern coal opora tors and CApitalists Roads Have Timber Rights A heavy forest covers the top of the mountains and tho Chesapeake k Ohio lines have timber rights on tho eastern sldo of tho summit The O K It Is understood has secured tho rights on Its side of tho rldgo As tho I 8 K is grouped with the L N It means that the coal hauled over tho Ohio Kentucky and trans erred to the Lexington Go Eastern will I toe sent to Cincinnati over tho L N for shipment to the great lakes From Cincinnati the coal will bo sent over tho Pennsylvania Some Idea of tho magnitude of tho coal traf He through this city can bo gained by the figures of tho coal tonnage of the C II 8 D which show an Increase of 800000 tons so far this year over the same period of Itot Circulars have boon sent out from Somersel Ky urging that a great tapes and gulf railroad bo constructed Tho appeal Is directed to the presi dents of the O H D the Norfolk Western the C 0 and olher tines as well ns commercial bodies in Cincinnati Toledo Iranian and other cities north and south urging them to cooperate with tho proposed line that will be In a IlMltlon to bring traf fie from the Panama canal to tho Groat lakesConnect Various Links It Is pointed out that only 1S5 miles of road mOd be constructed to connect the various links to make up a groat lakos and gulf road This connection will tap the new coal fields In Eastern KentuckyThis now road in passing south west from Willard to Livingston R onn would develop a territory throe times as large as tho state of Massa Unisons which has no parallel line of road from the groat lakes to the gulf declare tho projectors of tho new line It is also pointed out that 120000 capitaltshipped to the great lakes trade which lias shown wonderful gains in the past live years Tho coal would not bo the only kind of freight traffic that would come through this city via the Panama canal i W All other shipments destined for tho great lakes and tho east would also pass through Cincinnati and Increase their freight tonnage POLICE GRAFT PROBE Cases Are Thrown Out of Court on In sufficient Evidence Lexington Judge Southgate an nounced that after reading a transcript of tho testimony In tho case of where Messrs McGInnis and Johnson were charged with giving money to police lie found that thero was no evidence that would warrant tho Issuance of warrants for any members of the po r lice force Judge Southgate also reinstated J Franklin Wallace to practice In police court Wallace was barred from prac tice some time ago In connection with tho case of two men who were arrest ed on ah L N train between hero rand Paris and placed In the police sta thou and who assorted that Mr Wal lace took 40 of their money as n fee for which he was to secure their release and that he did not render the service agreed upon CATTLE FEVER IN KENTUCKY Frankfort Tho live stock sanitary board of the state met In Louisville to consider tho report that fever has ap geared among the cattle in Woodford county Dr A J Payne has been ap pointed by tho national government to bo tho state live stock inspector and ho met with the board The board ot agriculture forestry and immigra tion also met In Louisville to wind up the business connected with the state fair INDICTMENTS FOUND Verdicts Rendered In the Federal Court at Frankfort Frankfort In federal court here Ja cob Brill who has served time In seven United States penitentiaries and Den Carey of Henry county were indicted for counterfeiting Charles Ford and Charles Johnson of Woodford county were Indicted and found guilty of sell tog liquor without license John W Hoarier of Frankfort was convicted for tampering with tho mall J M Gaines postmaster at Josephine Woodford county pleaded guilty to de positing money of tnc Cnltcd States with his own and was fined 19128 May King of Lexington was ac quitted on tho charge of selling liquor without license Tho Indictments against Sam E Pat ten of Jackson accused of defrauding wholesale houses in Cincinnati Cleve land etc by use of the malls was dismissedTho against James Pat ton Jack Todd William Angel and August Arnott were quashed and tho cases referred to tho grand Jury which returned an Indictment against ArcatLi CONFEDERATE REUNION Gen 0 H Young and Gen W B Hal deman Address the Old Soldiers Milton Bent and gray but their eyes still retaining that lire of youth moro than 200 Confederate veterans marched with faltering steps through the streets of Milton tho parade be- Ing one of the chief features of the nlneteonlh annual reunion of the Fourth Kentucky cavalry Besides the members of the Fourth many veter ans who served In other commands were present besides fifty or seventy five warriors who wore tho blue At a business meeting W B Crabb of Eminence was reelected command er and W C Pryor of Lagrange was chosen vice commander Eminence was voted as the place for holding the next reunion VISITS KENTUCKY Hawaiian Health Official Guest oi Dr McCormack Bowling OreenDr J C S Pratt a prominent physician of Honolulu was the guest of Dr J N McCormack secretary of the Kentucky state board of health Dr Pratt is secretary oi tho territorial board of health of the Hawaiian Islands and Is making a tour of the southern states Investigating the methods employed In the various health departments He will also visit Panama and Mexico before returning home Dr Pratt came bore to con suit Dr McCormack in regard to the latest methods employed In the con ejvation of public health NINETEENTH REUNION Fourth Kentucky Cavalry C S A Meets at Milton Milton The nineteenth anniversary of the Fourth Kentucky cavalry C S A was hold in Milton Among the several speakers who were present woro Con W B Haldoman of the Kentucky division Oon BqnnoU II Young of Uio Department of Tontvoa sec and Judge n Frank Peake ol Louisville DONATES A STATUE OF CLAY Frankfort Luther Kountze of Now York has written Wlllson offer ing to glvo a handsome statue of lien ry Clay mado by tho famous sculptor Hiram Powers to the state of Kentucky The governor accepted the otter and when tho statuo arrives It will be placed In the now capitol The Commonwealth I Loxlnglon Iadiicah was selected as the place where tho State Medical Association will have Its next annual convention which will be hold some time during October 1911 the exact date to be decided on latorILebanon One of ing rain and electrical storms ever known here visited this section Four head of horses belonging to Mrs Cora Sanders wore killed and many hay stacks throughout the county were struck by lightning and burned Vanceburg Judge Samuel O mills former representative and county judge was adjudged of unsound mind and sent to the asylum at Lexington Orerworlc In his law practice Is said to have caused his mental trouble Franklin The committees appoint ed to arrange for the entertainment of the Orphan Brigade which meets here In annual reunion on October 12 are rapidly perfecting arrangements and securing homes for tho old soldiers It Is expected that former Senator Jas D McCrcary and former Coy Simon Bolivar Btickncr will be In at tendance An old fashioned barbecue will be one of the features of the re unionWhitesburgA contract has been let for the construction of the further extension of the Carolina Clinch field Ohio railroad from Dante Va 40 miles to a connection with tho Chesa peake Ohios Big Sandy road al The Breaks on the Kentucky bolder line penetrating an Immensely rich coal territory and an Important connection The road will be com pleted within twelve months and open ed for traffic forming a direct outlet from the cities of the northeast wltli the Atlantic seacoast Tho rich coal field adjacent to the Kentucky border will be opened s D MUCH CORN DAMAGED BY ROT Until Recently No Positive Cure DIs- covered for EarRot Rotation Is Good Remedy Farmers in the great corn belt and In fact wherever corn Is grown have suffered much loss through earrot and until recently no positive remedy has been discovered Earrot Is different from corn smut that disease which produces a large outgrowth of a black sooty substance on the car and which flies into the air as dust when thoroughly dry This fungus dlplodla Zcao lives as a parasite on tho cars of corn and on no other portion of the plant It Is sometimes found on old stalks that have been lying on tho ground for ono or two years Hot does not occur under any condition except as directly brought Effects of RotWilted Husk about by tho fungus and tho fungus cannot start except by Its own repro ductive methods Keep tho spores away from the green ears and the corn will remain sound Keep the Held free from the substance on which the spores are produced and tho crop will remain free from danger Practically the now Infection comes from the old stalks not often from tho now Infected ears to corn grown tho same season Obviously tho thing necessary then Is to take out of tho field and destroy every rotInfected car at husking time and thou to remove from badly in fected fields the stalks by cutting them low and burning thorn Of course a better remedy Is to ro tate crops so that corn shall not fol yoarsiItold infected Id especially if tho latter is upon the side from which come the prevailing summer winds south and west InJection is sure to followIf suggestions are strictly carried out and corn Is not allowed to follow corn In tho same soil oftoner mayboPLAN TO PREVENT RUNAWAYS Tongue Arranged to Support Double tree While Working With Han rowGood for Young Horses PETErtSENRealizing support for the doublctreo when at work with the harrow I made a tongue with a loop on the ono end and a place for a neck yoke on the other threequarterInch theseholusthe neck yoke Is threequarlers also the ono that holds the doublolrec Any ordinary timber as used for wagon or sled tongues will answer I used a nice smooth seasoned slip peryelm polo at the butt four Inches and tho tip end three Inches in dlam eter and 10 feet long convenleattor L To Prevent Runaways younghorsestheir heels thus preventing accidents from runaways a spoiled team of horses or mules- Buckwheat for Green Manure As a crop for green manuring buck wheat possesses a number of valuable characteristics It thrives on poor soil It grows rapidly It smothers out weeds thus helping to clean the land It leaves hard soils In a remark quickly free from Insect or fungus troubles It starts so quickly and grows so rapidly that most weeds get no chance to make headway against It Buckwheat cleaningland Improving Varieties Watch the neighbors gardens for better varieties of fruits and vegeta bles Many Improved varieties are much better than the old HUSKING OUT THE CORN CROi1 Easy to Do Part of Work In Barn During Inclement Weather If Managed Properly 4 nnowwIn the corn crop is quite largo it is almost Impossible to shuck out thb entire crop In the barn hence tho most handy and economical method of dls posing of tho corn and fodder in tho open field during tho early fall months Is sought out This is tho way we gather our corn As soon as the crop Is ready to haul Into tho barn wo fill up our large basement floor which holds about two good days husking and keep it stored there for bad autumn days which are sure to come When wo are driven from the fields by storms wo husk and bundle this stored fodder out and by tho use of a sling attachment fastened upon our hay rope wo easily pull the bundles about fifteen at n load into the mows with tho use of the farm team In this manner the basement floor Is ready for moro shocks from tho field as soon as tho weather permits Out In the fields on ntco days we can keep tho husking moving by employ- Ing the low farm wagon upon which Is fitted a combination wagon box and rack The wings of this rack closed up form n tight box and by lolling one wing down and driving alongside the shock row each shock Is readily husked out the corn thrown directly Into the bed tho fodder bundled and shocked or piled into bunches Each evening after the days husking Is stored in tho cribs tho same wagon Is employed In gathering In the days husking of fodder which Is hauled to the barn and securely stored away In this manner each days work Is finished up clean and no concern Is felt by us as to what the weather of the next day or two may be In one corner of the wagon bed Is a box for choice ears of seed selected as we go along If the fodder is to be shocked up in bunches for stacking later on wo carry a discarded kero sene can fitted with a temporary bat tom into which has been placed a ball of twine with one end threaded out through tho spout From this ball wo cut out our supply of twine for tying the bunches and have no trouble from the twine en tangling among the fodder We aim to get all tho corn Into the cribs and the fodder into the stacks and barns as early as possible for after winter storms set In fodder rap Idly depreciates oven In well shocked bunches in the open field GATE CATCH IS VERY SIMPLE Effective Device Is Shown In Illustra tion Handy on Any Farm and Is Not Expensive Ily J W GOODRICH The ono In the cut shows a simple but effective device to hold a gate shut A quarterInch iron rod fifteen Simplest Gate Catch Inches long turned down five Inches at ono end and 1H Inches at the other and held in place by two staples with tho short turn next the post to fit over a block nailed ori to the gate ostjiNT s CS I Ono of the essentials of a good pas turo is a good fence The garden is paying many fold for nil the work you did on It Tho best time to do a task especially of repairing is just before it Is neededThe careful uptodate trucker will see to It that nono of his land lies bare during tho winter Winter wheat like any other grain cannot do well unless the seed bed for It is properly prepares To destroy snails or slugs you should spray with ono ounce of ar senate of lead In one gallon of water If you have been doing any building 1or repairing look out for stray nails 1and so avoid the possible loss of stock from lockjaw The pastures should be free from weeds This is unnecessary advice this year They are free from both grass and weeds The tlmo to cut corn is generally given as when it is glazed that Is when tho shucks are white and the leaves are turning When you go through your potato patch you can easily find the big potatoes simply by selecting the vines as big as a mans finger with a fair tot of healthy stalks Top dressing the soil with a thin coat of manure put on with a spreader Is tho way to get the value of the fertilizer where the plant roots can use It Do not think time and money spent on a lawn wasted It Is the best kind of an investment if you wish to save after trouble Remember that a well made lawn not only needs less weeding but less wateringI Archibalds i Agatha 1 j I byE tl1 Hut stba Meat r ItAstY of TU leal Afttkft CIA fascinating story of a young bachelor dependsafortunefor you to discover by reading the entertaining serial about to appear m- In This Paper 4 As clever a story as ever you read Read the first chapter and youllnot be content until the last appears Dont Miss the Opening Installment This Is One of the Best Stories Ever Offered to Our Read- ersBachelors =Hearken CICould you win the hand of some handsome young lady for yourself alone within ten days If a fortune with an income of 20000 a year depended upon the success of your wooing C1Thats the proposition put up to Archibald Terhune a popular young Englishman in ArchibaldsAgatha by EDITH HUNTINGTON MASON a bright and clever serial story about to appear In this paper CRead how he wins out within a few moments of the expiration of the allotted time Youll enjoy every installment WATCH FOR THE OPENING CHAPTERi I J Page Four THE CITIZEN i S QossSho l Women with the I I r tenderest feet can a wear this dress shoe It bends with your foot follows every move ment as a glove moves with your hand You wouldnt believe a I shoe could be so comfortable Try itSee k- r COYLEw Y BEREA KY f You pay less or get moreIosopn o i iooeooooooooooo oeooooog 0 I io Berea and Vicinity c o c e o GATHERED A VARETY OF SOURCES o iooeooooooooooo DR BEST DENTIST CITY riiONK tan OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident- Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky Mollne Wagon Beet In town Sold by R J Engle Berea Ky Jlr and Mrs Ed Porter are being visited by Mrs Porters mother and Htttedaughter from Iowa Miss Eva Lewis of Kingston wus the guest of Mss Bettle Lewis for several days of last week Miss Bess McWhorter who is teach ing In Rockcastle County was home over Sunday Quite a number of our citizens went to Richmond Monday to at tend WANTEDAll the fresh country butter Top prices- J S Gott Depot Street Miss Ella Kindred who works n the office of Zarings flour mill at RIchmond was In town Saturday Miss Nettle Treadway of Paint Lick has been visiting at the of her sister Mrs Tom Logsdon forj a few days Miss Sarah Ely came over from j Richmond this week for a visit with her mother Mrs E F Coyle has been in Wlldlo for the past week at the bedside of her mother who Is very Ill Miss Grace Adams who Is a nurro In the Gibbon Infirmary at Rica mond Is spending a few days with her mother here Messrs Bingham and Wyatt were In Berea at the first of the wcot from London Ky whore they no workingMr Long is stopping over in Berea for a short time Mr C H Burdette was In Cincin nati a short time ago on business Mr Temple arrived Monday to conduct the singing during the special revival services which are being conducted by Rev Otto Baniber nt tho Baptist Church Mr C G Degman of Reno Neva da Is visiting his sister Mrs Hook and other friends here He will be remembered by many as a student here In the early 90s Mrs Arthur Hughes of Youngstown Ohio with her two children Mary Margaret and David Edward are visit ing her sister Mrs Henry Combs of Center street Mss Anna L Smith of Bellevuo Ohio formerly secretary to President Frost was n visitor In Berea over last Sunday on her way home from Ashevllle N C Prof Dlnsmore preached at the Un ion Church last Sunday on the text The glory of a young man Is his strength The tribute to Theodore Roosevelt was especially Impressive how different a style like this feels in the Red Cross Shoe High 4 450 and 5 Ox 350 and 4 E FA I to FROM 0000000000000For Shoes Clothing and Heavy Un derwear go to R J Engle Berea Ky Miss Lillie A Moore left on Tues day morning to enjoy a few wecua vacation In Illinois Dirt dirt dirt Dirt and filth Whose business is it to clean up Main street and keep It clean The Clio Club Is to hold a special meeting next Friday at the home of Mrs Cornelius to hear of the Passion Play from Miss Ellen Raymond and Miss Mary E Welsh who were so fortunate as to witness it this last summerMiss Ruth Dietrich of Winchester Ky who studied In the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music has organized a class of music pupils In Berea and is planning to make her homo In Be rea from Monday to Friday of each week Robert Street of last Junes gradual Ing class has entered the Harvard Di ofIences Has the weed killer gone In a hole Possibly he thinks an early I frost will save him some perspiration Smoke him out At the chapel exercises of the Model Schools last Thursday Miss Josephlne A Robinson told of the Blue Mountain Deer Park in New Hampshire one of the largest deer parks in the couni try and on the same day talk to the eighth grade on the OM Man of the Mountain In connection with their reading of Hawthornes Old Stone Face I Mrs Howard E Taylor and Mrs John Sv Dinsmore returned to Berea WednesdayRoy entertained his mother over last Sunday She returned to her home in Winchester on Monday Hon Thompson Burnam of Rich mond who Is one of the trustees of Berea College and his daughter were In Berea last Thursday Miss Margaret Todd left last Thursday for the Ely School In Greenwich Conn She visited her sister Ruth in Brockport New York on the way Some hogs on the Campus WhollfJI are they and who Is to blame By rea Is supposed to be setting an ex ampleReceptions In the mens dormitories wore held Saturday afternoon from three to five Committees of students working with the teachers In charge of the various dormitories planned the receptions Refreshments were served to the guests Mrs Putnam was a great help to the Academy young men as she served her famous punch Prof Lewis and family will leave Thursday for a short visit with Mrs Lewis father Mr E J Godbey of Hutonvllle On Friday Prof Lewis goes on to Mlddloburg Casey County to address a County Teachers Asso elation Miss Louise Frey who was called home some days ago on account of the Illness of her mother returned Mon day morning her mother being out of danger Would you like for strangers to ace your back yard or your cellar Dont fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trim mings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungs and dont forget the chinaware at fashionable Shoes MRS I EARLY I LIWhen You Think of Drugs Chemicals Sick Room Supplies Trusses Crutches Toilet Articles Perfumes Box Candy Stationery Silverware Kodaks Jewelry Watches THINK OF US Porter CompanyINCORPORATED Berea Kentucky II Fine work is being done on Chest nut street and it already begins to look as If Borca might have one up todate street of the unpaved variety The Fortyfifth Annual Convention AssoI ter October C9 The railway rate Is ono fare plus 25 cents for round trip and entertainment free on the Harv ard plan lodging and breakfast An llromisedI of ofIWashingtont I Prof Ralno has been asked by the Committee o preach in Union church SundayRolla Hoffman is attending the Western Reserve Medical School In Cleveland Ohio Mr and Visa Burgess have returned from a pleasant visit of a weeks duration at Kerby Knob Mrs Ralne went to Cincinnati last Thursday by advice of Dr Cowley to consult Dr Oliver On Monday IlrolongdIthe Christ Hospital In that city where she will probably remain for four or five weeks Mr Radio was with her and reports that she is doing as well as could be expected Mr S C Rico wilt speak at the Congregational church next Sunday morning All are moat cordially Invit ed to attend Clyde Stlllwell is stenographer for DepartImcnt CREAM FLOUR ECONOMY JARS- AT Phone 108 WALTER ENGLESBerea Ky Jewell Maine has n Rood position as secretary for the Bradley Construct ion Company New York The TrlStato C K Convention meets Friday tho 7th at Smith Harlan County Ky Mrs Dick Miss Myrna Walker and Mlsa Margaret Dlzney are the delegates from Dorm Abner Stlllwell Is attending Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware Ohio Mrs Frank Grow of VIlmoro after visit to her sister Mrs J A HaU ra near Wallaceton and brother U IU Wallace at Boron returned homo SaturdayThere arc still some weeds that ought to be cutalong tho streets and elsewhere Mrs Charley Grow who visited rel IrsIhas returned to lice home In Jessa mine County J A Wallace after a visit of sit weeks to High Urldge and Nicholas vllle returned to Uorea Tuesday and will go to Knoxvllle Tetin Thursday and visit the Appalachian Exposition over Sunday J Allen Wallace wife and baby of Jelllco Tuna camo to Berea Friday Mr Wallace left Sunday night for Indiana for his work In the employment of the railroad Little Tucliim Church was operated on Monday at the Hospital by Dr Cowlcy for appendicitis She seems now to be on the way to recovery Irof Lewis and family moved Into their now home uu Jackson street last Friday FARM FOIL SALJ20 acres of good land In good condition most all In grass Good new six room house good barn plenty of water Two miles from Paint Lick on the Paint Lick und Wallnceton pike For particulars see or write to It C OBNTRY R F D No 1 1alut Lick Ky For Rent Five room cottage on Parkway St near Chestnut St Dcrea Ky Call I on Mrs Laura Jones for particulars FOR 8ALEA good sixroom hoiwo on Chestnut Street lot CO 23 by 200 feet Cellar cistern and Cement walks i Address Mrs IVanor call on Mrs IDoreaA CARD OF THANKS With the convalescence of our son Elmo Flanory from n serious und painful operation there comes to tillI a deep sense of gratitude to the many j kind friends who ministered unto us during our affliction Especially lo Drs Cowleyand Davis are We indebted for their and assiduous olllorItuncMr and Irsrr J NOTICE Jo1nneryI Berea Ky October All creditors of W C Parks nON deceased are hereby notified to bring their claims properly proven before me the Administrator of the said W C Parks deceased for settlement J Administrator Hugh Ky l YOUNG MENS CLASSY- CLOTHES THE SNAPPIESTI I EFFECTS OF THE SEASON IN YOUNG MENS SUITS AT 1250 1500 1800 2OP 2250 A very attractive Selection in striking New Models and Handsome patterns in high grade fabrics for dressy young fellows All wool Cassimers and fancy worsteds i COME IN AND GET FIRST CHOICE RHODUS C HAYES The Quality Store MAIN STREET BEREA KY IF YOU WANT A NEW STOVE LOOK tAT OUR LINE BE FORE YOU BUY J1 I have just received a new line of Stoves and Stovepipes- AT A VERY LOW PRICE W J TATUMM- AIN STREET TREAT SCOTT CAtttf YOU I see I- TUIow 1 DFi r1M ro BvX YOUR CoAL ra r pr1Ntc If you want to secure the low est price of the year buy winters coal now If you want good service along with good coal permit us to fill your bin at o- rHolliday fib Co Phone 169 and 71 Berea Ky Send Them- Moneygrams An ad in this paper for any business whatever is n monen ram to the buy ing public from you They appreciate your belief in their financial standingThey your goods A moneyKram never wa- smarketlcollecl The currency pours into your cash box of its own free will If your bargains are advertised big your tales aro big strongforceful Such ads inspire commercial confidence lET WISE ADVERTISING TIME IS TODAY boprrUbiUWil W N U JOtfiSl j THE CITIZEN Page Five PaleFaced Women complexionsdarkout tonicThe the womans tonic Ingredientsare andvitalitminerals kindIt and old to use CARDUIJe The Womans Tonic After my doctor had done all he said he could for me Cardulfemaletroubles bookthatTennlotIN THE LIGHT OF NEW YORK Continued from 1lrst rage a Republican President and the wheel of legislation clogged since as be tween the old line Republicans and the Democrats the county is Democratic but as between the Insurgents and Democrats tho country is Insurgent Taft Turns Tide But the doom of the RUllubllcauj machine was sealed and zen leas rightly tell the pulse of thuI country tho doom of tho Democratic I party when President Taft made pub lic his telegram to Mr Sherman which he had advised 111I with Mr Roosevelt and which It patent to tho country that ho had I been used as a tool to advance the I Interest of the bosses and forced Mr Roosevelt to measure strength with them Nature of Contest And It was a contest that throw everything else Into the background It was warfare political warfare open fearless espousing tho cause of time people Roottovoltlan un the one hand covert Insinuating trlcty in behalf ot tho Interests on the other And the people won Roose velt won A progressive platform was written and progressive candidates put Into tho field the old guard rout ed from start to finish Now York waved the alternative of going Into the Democratic column this Fall and possibly the administration saved a majority In the next congress Thanks Pnw Taft to KxPres Roose telL Roosevelt Not on Shelf And the country need not ask any longer What shall wo do with our ExPresident for Mr Iloosevwit Made oby has shown that ho Is abundantly able take care of himself and some oth lore thrown totine Taft administration as It seems and tho Republican i party for instance- It is true that some are saying that he Is not saving but wrecking but most of those that are complaining are In the class that need wrecking they themselves have como dangerous ly near wrecking the country by their subserviency to the money power And from this side of tho body poll tic we hoar much about a dictatorship or an omllCrortho emperor Roosevelt Enemies Inconsistent The Inconsistencies Indulged In by those In whose way to corrupt for tune Mr Roosevelt stands and whoso kind of politics ho alone has succeeded In making very unpopular are exceedingly amusing springing as most of the criticisms do either from onIvy or downright malice For Instance Mr Dubs In one breath claims that Roosevelt Is anI advocate of his kind of and In the next breath proceeds to bitterly denounce the Roosevelt pro gram Hearst In ono Issue of his pale s will excoriate him and in the next offer his assistance lo carry out his policies Bryan and his friends accuse him of advocating the 1900 platform and then claim that the country is hysterical because the Roosevelt policies meet with popular favor And the Now York World poses as tho advocate ot tho direct pri mary but Is most virulent lu Its opposition to this very measure as en dorsed by Mr Roosevelt Truly consistency Is a Jewel not ossessed by Col Roosevelts Will Not Run AgaInIAnd tho third SUCH NICE LIGHT BREAD as your heart delights in can best be baked from our Isaacs brand cf flour No matter how skillful you arc Isaacs flour will enable you to attain still better results If your baking has not been all that you would like try our flour You will commence doing better at once BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS Prop Berea Ky Timber Lands Wanted We are in the market for two tracts of timber land of from 5000 to 20000 acres Owners must write us immediately stating price terms and location PorterHowell Berea Kentucky i press of his enemies have worked themselves into a frenzy and cvon sumo of the dallies that arc ordinarily sane aro seein things o nights a great bogy on tho 1912 horizon Nothing has been said and nothing done that would indicate that Hr Roosevelt wants to be president again There is really no reason why he bhould not run again It the people want him but ho himself has said enough to Set all fearful minds nt rest In his annonnccnumt after his first election he declared that he hud had tho substance of two terms und that ho would abide by tho well established custom i Blessed In Enemies I And ho should bo credited with some sense Ho is now a much more popular a much moro influential personage than ho would bo If he wore president And ho has a greater work to do than ho could ever do in the White House and ho is doing ItInow In ills own state and In the na lionIn his own party and ultimately he may do it for the world 0 course his enemies the malevolent and the envious will cripple him all they ran It Is their province He line said that he is blessed in Ills enemies and who knows but that It is true Forecast IIn tho light of New York as ul ready said he tins saved the Republi can party the Administration and possibly the country He will bo with tho Insurgents behind the Ad ministration enacting progressive pol Icies into law and he will help toI make Mr Taft president In 1912 at last tho Republican party Is Insurgent and the country Is Insurgent I Taft Speaks Out I Hear Mr Taft in his New York speech following the Roosevelt victo ry in New York state conItrolence and corruption was far greater than it is today The crusade Initi ated by Mr Roosevelt anti carried on during his term of office resulted first In arousing the entire commu nity to the necessity for reform and corporationImanagers tics to other hands A party of true progress Is not a i party of radicalism It is not a party of ultraconservatism A progressive Republican Is one who recognizes existing and concrete evils and who Is In favor of practi cal and definite steps lo eradicate themNo one can read tho list of mea sures actually passed and those proposed by tho National Republican party and not admit that the party IK PROGRESSIVE In the highest de gree It Is a list to be proud of The extraordinary achievements of this congress may fairly be said to be part of a great Republican movement It Is not tho work of the executive alone or of congress alone It is not the work ot one man or of one faction RooseveltIhasin JOBS COMFORTERS IN THE SICKROOM Mrs Dana was recovering by slow yet sure degrees from a dangerous surgical Deration The time had come when her friends were permit ted to visit her although tho nurses gave a little hint ns to time length of calls and time saving tho patients strength Tho first frfond who was admitted to tho pleasant room In which Mrs Dana sat on her couch propped up by pillows thought the best thing she could do to cheer antI entertain a person struggling back to health was to relate a series of har rowing events which had occupied tho attention of the community while tho patient had been in retreat on ac count of Illness She omitted no de tail of tho Illness and death and sub sequent funeral of an elderly lady who had t asscd away since Mrs Dana had gone to tho hospital It was hardly surprising that the nurse found the patient exhausted and weary with a tendency to rising temperature after the well meaning but mistaken caller had taken leave Another visitor equally kind and well meaning but equally unskilled in the gentle art of visiting tho sick Insisted on a recital of Mrs Danas remembered sensations after arriving at the hospital and how sue felt when emerging from the cloud of her anaes thetic and having learned all that sit could In this way she tranquilly pro ceeded to tell of other surgical opera tions with which she had been famllar and of the necessity that had more STATE op 01110 CITY OP TOLEDO IUCAI COUNTY f c8 frank J Cheney makes oath that he Iaeu tot partner of the firm of IT Cheney Co do- Ing buineasin the City of County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the turn of ONH HUNDKHU DOLLARS for each and every cue of Catarrh that cannot be cured the uteof Hair Catarrh Cure PRANK J CIINlgICY- Sworn to before me and subscribed In my pres ence this 6th of December A D 1SS6 A W GIHASON Seal Republic 1 tails Catarrh Cure is taken internally and adlIdirectlyon the blood and mucous surfaces of system Send for testimonials free V J CIIKNUY a Co Toledo O Sold by all DrugglM Take halls Iamlly fills rorconUpation than once occurred for their repeti tion She too was a failure in the art ot visiting the sick It should go without saying that when people are very Ill friends should bo excluded from their urea ence and only those should visit them who belong to tho Immediate family Whoever enters a sick room should do so cheerily but should avoid a simulation ot cheer which would grate upon the nerves of one depressed by languor and suffering A dress which rustles and rattles a tread that shakes tho floor and above all tho lowering of tho voice to a whisper must bo avoided when visiting tho sick Margaret E Sangster In tho Christian Herald A WORD TO SIS TEACHERS rtwo weeks ago every boy and girl sought to have had a strong temper ance lesson at least that was intend i led In our Quarterlles We know what Bible says about drunltardsIINow there Is no there are many drunkards I graves thruout the land and I am afraid ninny more to be filled unless a greater effort Is put forth to save our sons Wo will probably be told that there are a great many things we can Intemperate In besides IeI True but are wo Kentuckians perate in anything much except whis key That seems to be tho sore spot wo aro all afraid to touch upon A good physician would find it and try to effect a cure lour boys are certainly not extrava In dress or travel and I have I yet to see the first glutton among them when they come to the table diningI Tobacco is a filthy habit does not make them look and actI as much like fools as whiskey does Some of the older folks say Oh they are only sowing their wild oats they will settle down when they are married Alas the best part of tho boys life has been wasted and he Is Incompetent td take his place as a citizen and father as so many wrecked homes around us testify Now I think If we were as temperate in what we drink as in everything else wo could soon be better off In every way There are hundreds of boys In Ken tucky yet In their teens drinking up tho price of a term in college every few months Perhaps that Is why we ave ho far behind In eduia tlonal matters Let us work with all our might a galnstthls drink evi and thank God every day for Berea College and the principles It upholds Mrs Jas W Fowler RI Box 50 Berea Ky A BOY IN FALL By BYRON WIUIAMS I Our Willie on his way to school Is lapsing by the rtvera brim To till his battered hat with grapes And blnckliaws to tho very brim Beneath the spreading trees he halts To Blow away a harvest hoard And reaches school In time to see lila name as tardy on the hoard And when the teacher calls him up- His clothes are bulging everywhere No bunting granary has held The surplus that his pockets dare Thornappl s yellow pink and green Sweet acorns berries ripe nnd red Why are you late the teacher cries nut Willie merely bows his head But as she grasps him by the arm Ho opens up the floodway door And reaching for his handkerchief lie spills Its contents on the floor A quart ot haws roll here and there And scatter oer the crowded room Alas all hopes that Willie had Are merely scoffing at his doom Now as the children laugh with glee The teacher nabs our Willies ear From out the hallway cornea n sound That bodeth ill to Dill I fear ntghtTheden What this we hear tram out the shed TIs Willie getting whipped again I IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from Pint rage can nominee for congress In tho Eighth district has withdrawn from the race Ho gave as his reason be fore the committee tho failure of his eyesight the sickness of his wife and his own falling health The Rep ublican district committee accepted his withdrawal DUEL AT CORB1N Henry Lee of Laurel County a constable and James Williams a night watchman In the L N shops met in a livery stable In CorbIn Monday and without r Intensive Farming in Germany LESSONS FOR US By F O CLARK Farming the Best OccupationIOne can easily see of Germany is In her rural homes Tho people look at farming as the best occupation that one can have Many of tho city and town people have small pieces of land which they rent BO that they can make a crop of their own The women and children go out during tho day and care for f these crops while the men are at j work In the shops In many places I saw an entire family going out In- I the country after tho evening meal i to care for some garden or farm crop Nearly all the common people foul i that they can not be sure of a living unless they have borne cropsI of their own They often pay as as twentyfive dollars an acre for I proIming More time and money spent on less lahd with a better result Country People the Happiest The people that live in time country aro counted the happiest and most independent people in the Empire They have fine roads good schools and churches and are prosperous Prices are low and they are sure of a good home and plenty to eat Varying Crops The crops that are raised vary In the different sections In no part of Germany do they raise corn There aro two reasons for this first they find that corn Is not as profitable as other crops and second their season Is too short for a largo yield Grass theIseventh in forest and the remainder in fruit grain and vegetables They keep only the best cattle the jersey holstein angus and hereford being the most common breeds Wet Weather Hay This season in Germany as In this country has been very wet nail la word shot each other to death The I enmity between the two men grew out of the attempted arrest by Lee of the father and brother of Williams some time ago FIRES FIRST GUN Democratic nominee for Congress in the Mr Bertram opened his ElevellthI his home town Of Albany of tho week He was greeted by a I large and enthusiastic audience Mr Bertram expects to speak in every county in the district- A TRAVELING GOVERNORGov Willson left Frankfort Tuesday night for Knoxville and Atlanta He will return Saturday and almost immediately go to Boston to attend the meeting of the Harvard overseers return Ing he will call upon Gov Stone of Pennsylvania and go over tho battle field df Gettysburg The latter part of the month he Is expected to be in the Tenth District speaking for Con gressman Langley He is also slated for one speech for Powers lu thoI Eleventh at Somerset NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from first page has been manifested throughout the various provinces for several monthllI This discontent was creased owing to the rice famine Tho famine is now abating but still the authorities are on the lookout and our government Is prepared I riany emergencya I SAILORS DROWNED A barge which was being towed to the battle ship New Hampshire In the Hudson River last Saturday was swamped and a number ot sailors lost their lives Several that were thought to be on the barge have since turn ed up and the list of dead has been reduced to twentythree TRACTION WRECKA terrible wreck occurred between two traction TuesdaYjTwontllve wounded Ono train crew disobeyed I ordersFIGHTING CHOLERA The steamship Santa Anna from Italian and French potts is held at quarantine in New York one passenger having died of cholera on the way over The passengers will bo held till all dang er of the spread of the disease is overREBELLION IN PORTUGAL U Is reported that a violent revolution broke out in Lisbon Portugal Tues day which seems to have control of time capitol Tho king is said to have been Imprisoned- A DASTARDLY DEED The build Ing occupied by the Los Angeles Times was destroyed by a bomb last Saturday and It is thought that fully twenty lives were lost The labor unions with which the paper has boon at war for some years arc accused of the deed On the same day bombs were placed near the residence of the owner and secretary of the Merchants Manufacturers Association These bombs were discovered however be fore they exploded I saw hundreds of acres of hay being dried on stakes and poles quite the onIa necessary part of his equipment When the hay is theIwhere a large part will be wasted House and Barn Together The house and barn are generally in one great building perhaps ono hundred feet long and forty feet high One end Is used as the house and tho other as the barn In the barn time i stock Is kept on the first floor in winter and the hay and grain above Small Farms Fifty acres Is considered a good sized farm and on this a family of eight or ten can make a good living Not a single foot of soil Is left unused twoIyears and are now richer than ever the result of careful intensive farming Fight Crop Diseases Clover and alfalfa are very common and are proving a profitable kind of hay to grow If a disease strikes a crop of grain the orchard garden or the cattle word is sent at once to tho government specialist who loses no time In finding the remedy The farmers then apply the remedy at any cost In the United States we have these government specialists but the majority of our farmers are not wise enough to see thO value of a system atic method of fighting diseases Why Prosperous The German farmer is prosperous because he studies his business and puts his whole life Into the work He keeps every foot of soil growing some useful plant and then cares for it when It is grown He is not satisfied In having simply a useful plant but he wants the best ono that is known and then gives It the best care possible DOUBLE RECORDIn the auto mobile ropes for the Vanderbilt Cup on the Long Island course Saturday Harry Grant maintained a speed of 65 110 miles an hour and won the cup The other record was a record deaths The races were witnessed 10f fully one hundred and seventyfive people and resulted lu three horrible deaths four cases of fatal injury and nineteen seriously hurt HOOK WORM BUSY The report from time board of health ot Missis statementIeightyfive per cent Of the people aro affected with hook worm In other parts the disease only claims five to ten per cent of the population It Is claimed that the variation is due to sanitary conditions In cities where sewerage and sanitary conditions are good the disease is rarely found Tho state is thoroughly aroused and a bepgILAND FOR SALE I have for sale privately about 290 acres of fine land 3 12 miles nqrth pikeIarms on lit a nice brick house with 8 or 10 rooms Tenant houses barns cribs wagon shed poultry house Ice house and many oyier buildings Two large cisterns and abundance of stock water Price JS5 per acre 13 cash bat lance to suit purchaser possession given Jan 1 1911 This farm Is susceptible of division but one piece will not be sold without tho other- I also have a place containing S2 acres all In grass No Improvements except new wire fence Price 1500 13 cash balance to suit purchaser Besides this property I have an Inters est in some land adjoining tho town worthItimeI have no agents FARM FOR SALE A 151 acre stock grain and tobacco farm for sale 16 miles south of Richmond and 8 miles east of Berea Excellent water some fruit trees and plenty of young timber A good- S room dwelling with cellar also a good barn and store house an excellent place for business The farm lies well and la on the road where tho proposed Government pike Is to be built from Boonesboro to Cumboj land Gap For particulars call on or address W B Harris Berea Ky FOR SALE A good farm of ICO acres on tho Richmond and Big Hill turnpike six miles east of Berea About 75 or SO acres are In cultivation and the rest in Umber Good water the year round good Improvements and a good young orchard Any one wish tug to purchase a place should write or call on M A Moody Post office Big Hill Ky ftvideThc Divivs SYNOPSIS Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored of a golden bearded ctrangcr who was prospecting and studyIng herbs In the vicinity of her homo In central AsIa and revealed to him the location of a mine of rubies hoping that the stranger would love her In return for her disclosure They were followed to the cave by the girls relatives who blocked the en supplyleavingSaad her betrothed attempted to down a dirt mine but the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad car Tied his out of the tunnel and a carryingbaggems she could carry and started In pur MUlt Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous prima donna engaged In London to becameI gothetl a wealthy Greek intimate friend was Countess Lovcn atnown as lady Maud whose husband had been by a bomb In St Petersburg and Lady Mauds most Intimate friend was Uutus Van Torp an Ameri can who had become one of the richest men In tho world Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed to London as soon as he heard of her betrothal lie offered Lady Maud 15000000 for her pet- charity If she would aid him In wInning- the singer from Logothctl Baraka ap proached LogothcU at Versailles with rubles to nell He presented a ruby to Margaret Van bought a yacht and sent It to Venice lie was visited by Baraka In male attire She gave him a ruby after the American had told her of having seen In tho United States a man answering tho description of the one she loved American followed Margaret to the Bayreuth Parsifal festival Mar garet took a liking to Van Torp who pro vented her with the ruby Baraka had driven him Count ICrallnskY a Russian arrived at oliothBaralm Torp believed Jhlm to be the was pursuing Baraka was arrested In London on the charge of stealing from Pinney a Jeweler the ruby she had sold to Logot ett LadyMaudtions with Baraka were open to suspi Non and so informed Margaret Van Torp believed that Krallnsky was the cowboy ho trod known In his young man Logothetl secured Oarakas release and then with her as his guest went to sea on yacht Erlnna Daraka explains tier plans for revenge on the man who had deserted her and left her to die Logothetl succeeds in moderating her rage Lady Maud arrived In Bay reuth Margaret and Van Torp entered Into an agreement to build a tremendous opera house In New York The thief who stole the ruby from Mr Pinney was ar rested In New York and the stone recoy ered Lady Maud confided to Van Torp that she believed Krallnsky to be the husband eho had believed dead Van Torp promised his help to unravel the mystery The party gathered on Van Torpa yacht and Lady Maud discovered that Krallnsky la her husband He of fred to rejoin and be true to her Bhe refused Logothett took Baraka ashore at Naples to procure her a proper outfit CHAPTER XIV Continued rr lie wits allvo this morning Logo thetl answered and ho Is a strong man But tho strong dlo sometimes suddenly by accident 1C not of a feerIIt Is emptiness said Daraka still looking at him He will not die be toro I sco him Allah forbid but It such a thing happened should you wish to go back to your own people Or would you learn to speak tho Frank and lire in Europe t- It he were dead which may Allah avert Baraka answered calmly I think I would ask you to find mo a husbandAhl Logothetl could not repress the little exclamation of surprise Yes It Is a shame for a woman not to bo married Am I an evil sight or poor that I should go down to the grave childless Or Is there any re proach upon mo Therefore I would ask ouCor a huSband because I have no other friend but only you among the Ferlnghis But 1C you would not I would go to Constanti maple again and to the Persian mer chants house and I would say to his wife Get mo a husband for I am not a cripple nor a monster nor Is there any reproach upon me and wh should I bo childless Moreover would say to tho merchants wife Behold I havo great wealth and will havo a rich husband and one who Is young and pleasing to me and who will not tako another wife and if you brlng mo such a man for whatsoever this riches may be I will pay you five her cent Having made this remarkable statement of her Intentions Daraka was silent expecting Logothetl to say something What struck him was not the concluding sentence for Asiatic matchmakers and peacemakers are generally paid on Rome such and the slim Tartar girl had prove long ago that sho was a woman of business What Impressed Log thot much more was what seemed the cool cynicism of her point of view It was evidently not a romantic passion for Krallnuky that bad brought her from beyond Turkestan to London an Paris her view had been simpler an moro practical she had seen tho man who suited her she had told him so and had given him the secret of great wealth and In return she expected him to marry her if she found him alive Out If not she would Imme diately tRIte steps to obtain another to fill his placo and bo her husband and she was willing to pay a high price to any ono who could find ono for her Logothctl had half expected Dome such thing but was not prepared for iher extreme directness still less had be thought of becoming tho matrl menial agent vho was to flnd a match worthy ot her hand and fortune Sbo was sitting beside him in a little readymade French dross open c the throat and only a bit of volt twlted round her huh as any European roman might wear It possibly It was bar drats that made what ejte wl I sound strangely in his ears though It would have struck him as natural enough It she had been muffled In a yashmak and ferajeh on tho deck of a Bosphorus terry boat Ho said nothing in answer and sat thinking the matter over I could not offer to pay you five per cent she said after a time because you are a king but I could give you one ot the fine rubles I have left and you would look at it sometimes and rejoice because you had found Baraka a good husband Logothetl laughed low She amused him exceedingly and thcro were moments when ho felt n now chasm he had never known before Why do you laugh Baraka astod a little disturbed I would give you a good ruby A king may receive a good ruby as a gift and not despise It Why do you laugh at me There came two German merchants to me in theyhadbut not better than tho ono I would give you and Spiro heard them say to each other in their own language that it was for their king for SpIro understands all tongues Then do you think that their king would not have been glad if I had given him the ruby as a gift You cannot mock Baraka Baraka knows what rubles are worth and has some still I do not mock you Logothcti an swered with perfect gravity I laugh at my own thoughts I said in my heart If Baraka asks me for a husband what will she say If I an swer Behold I am tho man If you are satisfied I This was my thought She was appeased at once for she saw nothing extraordinary In his sug gestion She looked at him quietly and smiled for she saw her chance It Is emptiness she said I will have a man who has no other wife Precisely Logothetl answered smiling I never had one Now you are Indeed mocking met she said bending her sharpdrawn eyebrowsNo Every one knows it who knows me In Europe men do not always marry very young It Is not a fixed custom I have heard so Baraka answered her anger subsiding but It is very strange If It bo so and if all things should happen as we said which Allah avert and It you desired me for your wife I would marry you without doubt You are a great man and rich and you are good to look at as Sand was Also you are kind but Sand would probably have beaten me for he beat every one every day and I should have gone back to my fa thers house Trnly she added in a thoughtful tone you would make a desirable husband for Baraka But the man I seek must marry me It I find him alive for I gavo him the riches ot the earth and ho gavo me nothing and departed leaving me to die I have told you and you under stand Therefore let us not Jest about these things any more What will be will be and if ho must dIe 7t is his portion and mine also though it Is a pity Thereupon tho noble little features became very grave and sho leaned back In her chair and folded her hands in her lap looking out at the violet light on the distant volcano After that at dinner and In the evening they talked pleasantly She told him tales of her own land and of her childhood with legends of the Altai princessesI butIspeakinghIsbond ot sympathy between them more natural and instinctive than any that had ever drawn him and Margaret to getherWhen the sun was up the next morning and Logothoti came on deck to drink his coffee alone be saw the magic straits not many miles ahead in an opalescent bozo that sent up a vapor of pure gold to the pale blue justdfore and few sights ot nature had 1over given him keener delight On the left the beautiful outline of the Calabrlan hills descended softly into the still sea on tho right the moun tains of Sicily reared their lofty twicedform than the greatest Etna tow ered to the very sky and a vast cloud ot smoke rose from tho summit that streamed westward as far as the eye could roach Lot her go half speed captain said Logothctl as his sailingmaster came up to bid him goodmorning I should like my guest to see the straitsVery good sir We shall not go through very fast in any case for the tide is just turning against us Never mind Logothetl answered The slower the better today till we have Etna well astern CHAPTER XV It was eight oclock in the morning when tho Lancashire Lass steamed Klowlr into Messina dad drooood as- S chor out in tbo middle of the harbor to wait while Capt Brown got infer oration about the Erlnna It there were any to be had at the harbormasters office It would have been folly to run out of the straits without at least looking in to see it she were there ly- Ing quietly moored behind tho fortress of San Salvatore and the very high moleShe was not there and had not been heard of but a Paris Herald was procured In which it was stated that the Erlnna had arrived in Naples owner and party on board Well said Mr Van Torp lets get to Naples quick How long will it take captain About eight hours sir counting our getting under weigh and out of this crowded water which wont take long for the tide will soon turn Go ahead said Mr Van Torp Capt Brown prepared to get under weigh again as quickly as possible Tho entranco to Messina harbor Is narrow and it was natural that as he was in a hurry a huge Italian manor war should enter tho harbor at that very moment with the solemn and safe deliberation which the movements of line ot battle ships require when going in and out ot port There was nothing to be done but to wait patiently till tho fuirwny was clear It was not moro a quarter of an hour but Capt Brown was in a hurry and as there was a fresh morning breeze blowing across the harbor ho could not oven get his anchor up with safety before he was ready to start The result of all those delays was that at about nine oclock he saw tho Erlnna right ahead bows on and only halt a mile away just between Scylla and Faro where tho whirlpool is still a danger to sailing vessels and slow steamers and just as the tide was turning against her and In his own favor lie did not like to leave the bridge even for a moment and sent the second mate with an urgent moe sago requesting Mr Van Torp to come up as soon as he could Five minutes earlier the owner had sat down to breakfast opposite Lady Maud who was very pale and had dark shadows under her eyes for the first time since he had known her As soon as the steward left them alone she spoke It is Leven she said and ho wants me to take him back Mr Van Torp set down his tea un tasted and stared at her He was not often completely taken by surprise but for once he was almost speech less Ills lips did not even move si lentlyI sure it was he Lady Maud said but I did not expect that Well said Mr Van Torp finding his voice he shant Thats all No I told him so If I had been dressed I would have asked you to put me ashore at Messina I thought you were going to stop thnre the stewardess told me where we ware but she knew nothing clso andnovr were off again I cant help It Maud said Van Torp almost In a whlaper I dont be lieve it I dont believe in impossi bilities like that beard of his It may sound ridiculous in the face of your recognizing your own husband but a solid fact and you cant get IlLs it I wish I could catch the Erin na and show him to that Tartar girl Shed know in n minute Ho cant be her man and Lcven too Theres only one thing to be done that I can seo What asked Lady Maud sadly and incredulously- Toll him youll tako him back on condition that hell shave Mr Van Torp who was in dead earnest had just given his best friend this piece of sound practical advice when the door opened though bo had not rung and the steward announced messageforand he delivered it Tho owner sprang to his feet By thunder weve caught oral b cried as he rushed out of the deck sa loonLady Maud leaned back and stare at hIs empty chair wondering what was going to happen next This was what happened The Lan cashire Lass reversed her starboard engine with full speed astern put her helm bard over to port and turned back towards tho straits In tho small passInglessScylla rock and nearly running down pulledlikethey supposed that the steeringgear captalhadCaptDrownsignal codo in his hand was callin out letters ot the alphabet to a termaster and before his ship ha made half a circle tbo flags ran up tho single stick tho yacht carried My owner has urgent business with your owner was what the flap meant in plain English The Erlnna was going slow for DA raka was only just ready to come on deck haste being In her opinion an LogolhotlIher cabin Tho officer of the read off the signals of tho other ya bran up the answering pennant and sent for the sailing master but could ot course do nothing else without o ders So the Erinna continued to g slow All this took some minutes fo tho officer had naturally been to look up the signal in the code be tore answering that he understood it and in that time Van Torpa yacht ha completed her turn and was pearl alongside The Lancashire Lais speedIa pleasant conversation Capt Brown instructed by Mr Van Torp at h1 elbow repeated what his signals had meant The other sailtng master answered that he had already informed his owner who was coming to the bridge directly At that moment Logothetl appeared There was not much more than a cables length between the two yachts which in land talk means 200 yards younxladyInher hair leaning on tho rail of tile promehade deck and looking toward him With his glasses ho recognized the features ot Daraka Got em he ejaculated Ina low NCRAwroRDqeTCM JLLUJTfiAWMJY seWEllPO- PYRC1T 1907 C PRRON CRRWFURD but audible tone of Intense satisfac tlon Logothctl had also seen Van Torp and waved his hand in a friendly manner Ask the gentleman if hell come aboard captain said the American I cant talk through your cornopean anyway I suppose we can send the naphtha launch for him It wo stop cant weT- Cant stop hero answered Capt Brown Tho currents might jam us Into each other and wo should most likely get aground In any case This is not even a safe place for going slow when tho tide is running Well you know your business and I dont Tell him wa dont want to In terfere with any arrangements hes made and that if hell kindly set the I pace ho likes well trot along behind him till wo get to n nice place somewhere where we can stop I suppose I ho cant run away from us now can I heCapt Brown smiled the smllo of a I man who commands a 23 knot boat and proceeded to deliver the message In a moro concise form Logothoti hoard every wordand the answer was that ho was In no hurry and was quite at Mr Van Torps disposal He would be glad to know whom the latter had on board with him fargaretII prompted by Van Torp Tho latter was watching the Greek through a pair of deerstalking glasses and saw distinctly the expression of surprise that came Into his face when ho heard the last of tho names Tell the gentleman said Van Torp that if hell bring his party with him whoa wo stop Ill bo very glad to have them all tako lunch with mo Capt Brown delivered the message At such a short distance ho did not even have to raise his voice to be heard through the sixfoot megaphone To Van Torps surprise Logothetl nodded with alacrity and tho answer carne that he would bring his party with pleasure but thought that his visit would bo over long before lunch contimeAll goodby said Van Torp as If ho wore at the telephone Ring off captain Thats nlj Just lot him give us a lead now and well follow him through this creek again since you say you cant stop here As he went off the bridge to return to hIs breakfast ho passed close to tho chief mato who had turned again though It was hIs watch below askedethis slip whodanything Its no matter said Mr Van Torp I was only asking He went back to hIs breakfast with an Improved appetite When he reen tered tho saloon Lady Maud was leaning back In her chair staring a his empty place Well ho said theyre both com ing on board as soon as we get to a placo where wo can stop girlrwaking from sleep lookinta veilgthatdDid you see any one else on tho yacht Logo Thats all He and I talked At least our captains talked for us They do know how to yell those meal It the gtrla the party Logo beats the sayItherslongert thathbe kept in Ignorance of the plan the peer roer odLogothctl canto on board thedfoyw n side and towards this wellknown followogLass Logothetl and Baraka watched her 8the girl recognizing Van Torp on the bridge of his yacht without oven using glasses for she had eyes like an eagles and the American millionaire stood alone at one end of the bridge looking towards her Logotbetl had told her that Krslln sky was on board and that eh should see him as soon as both coufd anchor Ho explained that it was an unforeseen coincidence Mid that Mr Van Torp must have taken him on board somewhere on the previ ous day To the Greeks surprise Ba raka showed no outward sign of emo tion He had promised to take i to the man and had said that ba w near at hand that the meeting should tako place sooner than had been la tended hardly surprised her because she had been so perfectly sure that it was near Ilex only preoccupation now was about her appearance in her readymade serge and blouse when she had meant to show herself to Kra llnsky in the glory of n beautiful and expensive Fcrlnghl dress But Logothcll explained that oven tho richest Ferlnghl ladles often wore little blue serge frocks on yachts and told her to watch the Lancashire Lass with her glasses as there wore three very great Forlnghl ladles on board and she might see one and bo reas cured and presently sho saw Lady Maud walling alone on the prom enade deck In erotica very like heron excepting that they wore black Instead of dark blue So Baraka was satisfied but she never took her eyes forehohopedlintshow himself All at once ho was there taking oil hIs white cap to Lady Maud and they stood still facing each other and talk- Ing I see him Bnraka said In a low glassesItLogothetl who had been much ab comIngIntervIewglasses too for he was curious to BM tho man at last Ho had known Loven for years though never lntl matoly as ho know a vast number oi people In London and ho was struck at onto by the resemblance In size build and complexion He Is fatter than ho was and paler Baraka sold quietly but It li he Ho Is speaking earnestly with the beautiful woman in black I can see well lie likes her but sho dooa not like him I think she fa tolling him so I am so glad But silo la more beautiful than Baraka oven in those willdenySpirotothere will bo no other way It Is hit pityiforInstead ot any look of anger Logo profoundfeatures It ho had been loss anxious about his own affairs ho would have smiled at her simplicity When wo are on that ship you will let mo talk with him a little apart from tho rest and Spiro shall go be hind him and walt looking at mo II ho denies me I will make n sign and SpIro shall shoot him and then kill mo It will bo very easy and quick And what will become of SpiroRinquired Logothctl gravely I do not know Itaraka said quiet ly Perhaps ho will lose hIs head How cnn I teU1 But ho Is a good Borv ant and will obey me Afterwards It will not matter for ho Is really a Mussulman and will go at onto 14 hatth4IsI am only a woman answered Ba raka with supremo indifference Now I will call Spiro and tell him what h- Is to do He has a good revolver handtgand she rose when he appeared nnt made him follow her a little wa along the deck Tho Interview did not last long She handed him her glassci and mado him look carefully at the Intended victim then she apparently repeated her brief Instructions again pointing horn and there to tho deck at her feet to show him how the were to stand after which she turned quietly came back to Logothotls sIde againd she said It will be qulto easy But Logothetl looking past her ni tshe came forward had met Splroi eyes and ho felt not oven tho slight est anxiety for Krallnskys safety not for Barakas Ho was still wondering what ho should say to Margaret At a distance Logothcti had supposed that he could somehow account 1 to the diva for the position in whichriho had foolishly placed because he had done nothing and said nothlng that ho would havo been ashamed tbefore her It she knew the whole truth and ho fancied that woulddmarry a IK had a good opinion of himself as a desirable hus band and with reason since ho had been persecuted for years with effete of excellent marriages from motion of high degree wit had daughters tc dispose of And beneath that convIc- tion thorn lurked In splto of him the toes worthy thought that singers and DllueamIshethe little entanglements ot then Intended husbandsTO CONTINUED night In Papas Uha Whatever became of that young sport who used to call on you t Well you see papa Is great on out thresheu I THE CITIZEN Page Seven THE LAST- JUDGMENTSunday School laaaoa for Oct 16 1010 Sr cUaj Arrmnwd for Thli Piper I1UlIGOLDEN TEXT Inasmuch nu ye oftheseunto me Matt 1140 TUnTunday April 4 A D 39 InonaILACEOnSuggestion and Practical Thought That there is a day of Judgment lea fact but it Is difficult and not so Important to decide the exact nature or time of tho coming of the Lord to Judgment It Is said In Matt 242934 that this generation shall not pass away till all these things be accom plished and it Is repeated In Mark 1330 Luke 2132 and again In Matt e 1028 there are some of them that stAnd here which shall In no wise taste of death till they sew the Bon of man coming In his kingdom when the Son of man shall come In the glory of his Father with his angels and then shall ho render unto every man according to his dce n This must refer to tho destruction of Jerusalem and the end of tho old dispensation or age and the coming at the gospel dispensation But It iloos not exclude the great and float coming and Judgment day at the end of that age There Is really a Judgment day at every great crisis of tho nation or of our lives at death at tho coming of rewards or punishments for our oo flans at every time of decision Fur Instance we havo seen within the last few years many persons who have been for years growing rich by graft and dishonesty and have suddenly met their Judgment day while others have been reaping the rewards of faithful service 60 young men who havo been going on In course of drinking and rioting for a long time suddenly find themselves drunkards In 111 health Incapacitated for their best work They have been brought up at a Judgment day while those who havo resisted temptation and beeu faithful and true are also reaping their rewards Then shall tho king say unto them on his right hand The sheep the righteous Come Draw near to your Elder Brother to your Father to your homo for here Is the place for you To blessed of my Father means exactly my Fathers blessed ones denot log not olmply that they have been Messed IX him but that they are his tUletilngs Innumerable had come to them through their being willing to become his children and accept the kind of blessings he had to bestow euch as his loving care tho bestowal of the Holy Spirit the experiences of the gospel tho renewal of tho heart eanctlflcatlon by the Spirit the power to become children and heirs of God the gifts and fruits of tile Spirit eter nal life the favor of God the rest In the everlasting arms the pavilion un der the shadow of his wings Receive not by purchase or by la pars but by becoming children of God like God and therefore heirs heirs of God and joint heirs with Je sue Christ Every one must be the heir of him whoso child he Is lie that Is a child of sin is an heir of sin a child of the devil Inherits from I the devil a child of goodness and of I God Inherits from God The kingdom of heaven the kingdom which con slats In righteousness peace Joy In tho Holy Ghost Ram 1417 In which mtnt reign over Infinite forces and powers to make them minister to hap piness and good All things are yours because ye aro Christs Yo have done it unto me tho poor and needy and sick and all the classes whom Jesus helped In Pales tine aro his representatives now on earth Tho only visible expression of our love to him Is through them Wftat a privilege this Is to show our i love to our Master How It enriches our life If wo keep in mind that wo nro not only helping the needy but ex pressing our lovo to our Master The unconsciousness of the right eous shows that their virtues were sincere and true Whosoever does good deeds for the sake of the reward deserves no reward and will obtain none for the soul of goodness is left out of such deeds Tho cause of the doom was the refusal to do tho deeds that belong to the heavenly kingdom and to bo ruled by Its motives Tidy refused to be fit for heaven They decided to HW selfish lives The pUn of their lives was such lint all too evils of sod ety graft clM labor povorty degra t dation crime oppression drunken ness disease could BO on without any effort on their part to put tta end to themThe punishment Is like the sin It omits heaven and Joy and God and tho companionship of the good from our lives and adds the everlasting fire This Is a warning of love It Is a statement of the fact that by the very nature of things sin leads to ruin and righteousness to heaven No evil can enter heaven for If It did heaven would not bo heaven any longerPresident Eliot of Harvard in an address to medical men said that however people might refuse to believe In a future hell It was the doe tors business to show young men that If they persisted in certain vices they would find a hell In this life It is for each of us to mako the choice and start on the way which leads where wo wish to go and live foreverThe law of the harvest is to reap more than you sow DESIGN FOR BUILDING STRONG CONCRETE WALLS low One Can Construct Fence Without Cracking Has Minimum Amount of Material But of Immenso Strength Some years ago there was Li tho Gazette a design for building walls of concrete for farm use The Idea was of a thin curtain wall only 4 Inches thick carefully reinforced and held by buttresses or concrete posts at distances of about 10 feet apart If there Is much pressure against tho wall it will be better to put those buttresses only 6 feet or S feet apart Slnco I published my plans I have seen several walls that had been built In the manner described and I know that they are all right I have also learned something of how one can best do tho work and have no cracking at all writes Joseph E- Wing In Breeders Gazette hear now well In mind that this while It looks like a wall Is really on the principle of a concrete fence tho thickness of tho part between supports being but 4 Inches capped with a 4 Inch cup 16 Inches wide To tho observer It Is a thick heavy wall and It Is Immensely strong Tho panels themselves need not go Into the earth unless to prevent washing under of water then they may enter 12 inches or more In a thin sheet laid In n very narrow trench dug for the purpose To construct tills wall first stretch up In tho lino of It a very good fence of wove nwlreany strong wire fen clog will servo Let It bo as high as you desire the wall and stretch It very tight Use a sort with close meshes say Cinch squares Two strips of hog fencing one above the other lapping and tying together will servo well Now make some tight panels of good dressed and matched boards I CR05S SECTION OTCNCC and CROSS SECTION CROSS SECTION SHOWING POST e ATCROUNOtlNC yALLS fr REINFORCING rfCWrORCCHENTS IAeach panel ns long as the distance be tween the centers of the posts Is to be When you havo these panels mode soak them first In linseed oil and let It dry Afterward got from your butcher a quantity of tallow and melt it and mix with kerosene oil to make It ens jly spread Grease these wooden pan els very thoroughly each time you use them that will keep tho boards from warping A surer plan would be to cover tho panels with smooth sheet Iron which you would grease each time that would leave a very smooth wall and look well Put a at the end of each panel of 2x2lnch stuff vertically Set them up now one on each sldo of your wire fence FORELEG OF BUSY HONEY BEE The accompanying illustration Is a highly magnified representation of the foreleg of a worker bee Tho little finger and tho groove shown at what Is called the tibiapalmar Joint are used to clean the llgula or tongue and tho antennae or feelers To accom push this tho ligula or the antenna is placed In tho groove the leg flexed or drawn up which decreases the space between finger and groove The llgula or the antenna is then drawn through very much as a ropo would be drawn between tho thumb and first finger The act may bo observed dally as the bee takes flight for the field Running out at the entranco It pauses a moment reaches up over Its head seizes the antenna and strips them clean and then away It goes Tho movement very much resembles that gone through by the school boy in winter when he stops to pull his cap over his cars before springing from tho porch Thu little claws at tho extremfty of the leg are of course used In climbing or in seizing hold of anything and tho tiny pad between tho claws is the pul them together The mid diet will be best held with wires You now have a form that will hold your concrete curtain wall 4 inches thick with the wire In Its exact center Fill It with concrete soft enough to flow not sloppy Agitate It enough to set tie it well Let It set for 24 hours then carefully remove the form and build another panel As fast as the forms are taken off carefully brace these panels against wind pressure Keep moist and let them set It it better If they can set for 10 days or more before the posts aro added The object of doing tills work a section at a time is of course to prevent crack lag as concrete is sure to contract as It acts It may later expand also The holes for the posts should have been dug for convenience sake before the curtain walls wore built Put them down 4 feet and make them 12 Inches square Your curtain walls will lack 4 Inches of touching at ttiq ends The post comes around them Reinforce tho post well If you can get some odd pieces of 2 inch pipe they will serve Or use four rods one at each corner of about 94Inch steel Get the reinforcement run from tho bottom of the hole to the top of the post Let the posts come up Just even with the top of your curtain wall Excavate a transverse trench across the middle of the post the trench 4 feet long and 12 feet deep about C inches wide When you fill tho post mold with concrete till this trench It runs out llko the roots of n tree on either aide Reinforce this also When you put up tho post i i TNt WAIT COMPLETE i OF POST SHOWING CURTAIN Solid Concrete Fence cleat mould it will be 12x12 inches on the Insldo and will embrace the ends ol the curtain walls Take flour paste and cover the ends of tho curtain walls with heavy paper so that they will not adhere to the concrete of the posts This will let them continue to contract and not crack by being held rigidly You are now ready for tho cap It also must bo well reinforced Tho wire of the fence should come to the top of the cap tl need not be more than 4 Inches thick and may be continuous With the cap on the wall- is complete and while it has taken the mlnlttuin of material it has im mense strength It has also the ap pearance of a solid concrete wall vlllus The pulvlllus secretes a via cous substance which enables the bee to climb smooth surfaces like glass Tr Is tho tQ chanter F the femur Tlb tho tibea Tar the tarsus Land for Goat Raising In a general way all land In the United States except very low swampy tracts are suitable for goat raising The feed that goats prefer Is browso with a small admixture of weeds and grass and therefore those tracts burdened with brushwood and briers are especially desirable The fact makes It clear that in the colder parts of tho country It would be necessary to provide some feed In winter as nothing but the soft twigs remain at that time as browse Goats will eat grass If required to do so and will thrive upon It but grass land is regarded as being so much more profit able for hay production or as pasture for cattle and sheep that the placing of go Jvxm it is not to bo consider ed r 1 i The Therapeuticsof IIBy RT REV SAMUEL FALLOWS- D D uD Chlcaco Ulinol sThe Bible is a wonderful therapeutic book From the viewpoint of the new evangelism of health and happy ness It to a now book A flood of light Is poured from its pages upon tho sur passing problems of tho spiritual regeneration of both tho physical men tal and social life of man These are the fundamental notes of the present mighty movement for the complete deliverance of tho raco from the thralldom of baleful unrest and in hibiting disease The inspired word chimes in with tho latest teachings of science regard Ing the great influence of joy upon the human frame Joy Imparts strength for it belongs to a happy family which numbers cheerfulness gladness mirthfulness contentment pleasure and delight among Its members It excites tho whole muscular system It In creases tho activity of all the vital functions It quickens the pulse brightens the eye flushes the check and nerves the arm It makes play of work It removes fatigue while stimulating all the powers of body and mindDarwin has told us In tho expression ot tho emotions In Man and Animals that with animals of all kinds tho acquirement of almost all their pleas urea with the exception of those of warmth and rest have long been associated with active movements as in hunting In tho search after food and other kindred things Joy therefore naturally shows It self In manifestations of strength The nostrils are dllattcd the angles of tho mouth the eyelids and the eyebrows nro raised all Indicative of potential actual energy Joy acts powerfully upon all the dl gestive processes and works a trans formation upon the jaundiced dyspeptic It expands the lungs which have been contracted as If by the strong grip of a giant hand through sadness or disappointment Tho sigh of melan choly Is changed to songs of gladness With the change comes the deepening and expanding of these vital organs and the oxygenating and enriching of the blood While wo Americans are an active people we are as a rule a joyless people We act as though we were driven like slaves to our tasks We take our pleasures on a boverlsh run Observant foreigners have noticed this rarity of joy upon our faces They set as a keen philosophic writer among us has seen lines of thought and of care and of fear money lines shrewd grasping lines but how few happy lines It would seem as if the rarest feeling that lightened our countenances was the genuine con tentment of a loving joyful soul It looks also as though our religion did not agree with us We make of it weights Instead of wings We have gloomy thoughts of ourselves of God of our earthly existence of our fellow men of the life to come We hang our harps upon the willows We think this world to be a prison house We say wo cannot sing the songs of ZIon In this strange land But this world Is our home our school our workshop our temple We have been placed In It by almighty wisdom power and love We are tho children of the Heavenly Father And tho joy of Jehovah is to be our strengththe Joy that lIe is the ever watchful ever providing ever loving one God over all blessed forever moreToo many of us cs some one has said think block is the color of heaven and the more we can make our faces the color of midnight tho more evidence wo havo of grace What a supreme mistake we are mak ing True religion Is sunshine and loveliness Tho New Testament In terprets and emphasizes the Old The historical Christ the real human divine Christ not a Christ evaporated Into nothingness by the wild specula lions of an erratic philosopher says These words have I spoken unto you that my joy might remain In you and that your joy might bo full This fullness of Joy In the heart makes life and death radiant with brightness 1 visited the homo of a bereaved Christian who had forgotten the Chris tlan teachings of that Now Testament to rejoice In the Lord always The room on the north side of the house had every window darkened with heavy shades She was clothed In garments of blackest black The lines of her faco were drawn down The room was a fearsome chilling tomb Nothing could be more antithetical of a Christians attitude and environ went Not until I had thrown the curtains up and let tho blessed light stream In could I speak tho words of comfort of hope and of assurance Think of such a Christians understanding of the command of tho lightbringing Christ Let your light shine Her light was turned to Egyptian dark ness which could be felt Thorn Is no light to stream over land or sea like tho light oS Joy It must pour Itself out amid sorrows and trials and tribulations It Is tho one alchemy that can turn the basest metals late pure gold We were not mado to live con tin ually In the transports of joy As God carries on Ills work by average men and carries on the processes of nature In average ways so He means that our joys shall be on median lines Ecstnclea aro only for rare occasions 1855 Berea College 1910 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reachof all- Over 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS- A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 r THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Samo lecturer library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractlons anOi compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who havo largely finished common branches Tho most practical and intcrostlsg studies to fit a young person for an honorablo and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady la Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even apart of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclans certificate Following years winter and spring terms glvo tho Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches feces nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reod Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extnt fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays in This great deficit Is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that It may train young men and woweD for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve For anyvwho may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents ln Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ex penses Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps Cooperltlveother necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week IB the fall and 5150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing ot bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring CO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES aro two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid butonce and la returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or serilces of teachers all our instruction rls a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term C in Academy and Normal and 700 In Colic giate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental feo and room rent by tha term board by tho half term Installments aro as follows Vocational Model Normal and FALL School Academy College Incidental Fee 5 500 600 700 Room 560 560 560 Board 7 weeks 945 9c5 946 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 9c5 941 Total for term 29L0 3050 3150 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3101 WINTER I Incidental Fee 500 GOO 701 Room n 600 600 Cos rloard 6 weeks 900 900 900 Amount due Jan 4 19li 2000 2100 2200 Board for 6 weeks due Feb ICJ 1911 900 900 901 Total for term 2900 3000 3108 If paid In advance 2850 2950 3050 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 70C Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 G5 675 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1M1 675 675 675 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frao tlon of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a largo loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classic and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re ceive a certificate for onehalf the Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the stA dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall terra Is September 14 1910 The first day of Winter term Is January 4 1911 The first day of Spring term Is March 29 mi vFor Information or friendly tulvlce write fo the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY- I f ir t I lPane Eight THE CITIZEN Ko KoKokostoKosto KokoroKo Kosto KoKokoKaKoKo KosSo Kastottostastox o 0- i East Kentucky Correspondence ic x I News You Get Nowhere Else f o I o- H Ho eorreiFOBieiice publlibed onlcn signed In full ty tie miter lie wire 1- P u not for publication but I an evidence of rood faith Write plalni- yYoSloltolAOiootollo 2 to51oi1o51o51o1so51a11o1eokoieoltoilo7eotdoieoitokoiloii JACKSON COUNTY rillVKTT- Prlvett Oct 2 Saturday and Sun day regular church services will be hold at Flat Lick Isaac Bowles who has been so low with pneu monla Is Improving rapidly Miss Smith our Sunday school teacher tt Gray Hawk left for her home in Ohio the third Mr DoYouug and wife will take charge of the Sunday school for the rest of the yearMrs Hosklns from Clark County is visiting her daughter Mrs Austin Madden who Is very sick Luther Bowles who is teaching at Wind Cave visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Eva Peters is attending school at Gray Hawk while her teacher is sick Sherman Spurlock who has been away for quite a while has returned homo Mr and Mrs Buck Metcalf are visit- Ing Mr Mctcalfs fatherold aunt Jane Simpson the oldest woman in our neighborhood Is not well Died on the 25th of last month the little Infant of Mr and Mrs Tom Morris rAH HOT Parrot Oct 2Church will be held at Letter Box the second Saturday and Sunday of Oct conducted by the Rev Mr Moberly Several of our number attended the box supper at Flat Top Saturday night and all en Joyed themselves Tho Teachers Association that was held at Letter- Box Saturday was enjoyed by nil and the people of this vicinity were proud Indeed to have Stipt J J Da vis and Prof Bowman of Berea Col lego with us Bertha Wyatt of Lite attended the Teachers Association at this place Saturday Minnie Price spent Saturday and Sunday nt home Molasses making is the principal occupation at present OIIAYHAWK Gray Hawk Oct 1Govan Begloy has returned from Hamilton 0 and says that Jackson County is good enough for himThe little infant of Thos Morris died Sept 25th of pneumonia fever Its remains were laid to rest In the Tyner graveyard CIrcuit Court is over at McKee and the Grand Jury made about one hundred indictments and no one sent to tho penitentiary J R HaresI and wife were visiting at Bngles Saturday nlhtThe Rev Isaac Mossier who has had the fever for some time we are glad to say Is getting some better CAU1CO Curico Oct 3The Teachers As sociation was a success at Letter Box SaturdayThe infant sou of Isaac Hints who has been sick U some be- ttorA box supper was held at Flat Top church house Saturday night A largo crowd attended and all re port a good time Tho infant son of Isaac Liar Is very morbln Smith has bought a farm near here and in tends to make this his future home W F Adkison who has been sicK so long Is slowly Improving uunii Hugh Oct 3The people in this vicinity have been attending the camp meeting at Big Hill and seem much Interested Delbert Settles baby who has been quite sick is some bettor Martin Abrahams has boen working down at Whites Station for J A ParksFlemon Azbill and family have returned to their homo In Ham ilton OIrs Alice Boone is staying this week with her laughter Mrs Burns at Big 11111Mr and Mrs Hardin Azblll visited ut U M Benges Friday night Mrs Beatrice Drew Is sick Sorghum making Is about owr with now ROCICCASTLE COUNTY VILnil i Wild Ie Oct 3Mrs Mary Hayes of Berea visited her daughter Mrs Ranco Coffey last weekTho little child of Mr and Mrs Albert Reynolds Is slowly improving Born to the wife of Harrison Burdctlc a fine glrlIrs Mary Graves of Paris Is visiting her parents Mr and Mw W H Jones Wllllo Stewart tho son of L T Stewart has foyerMr and Mrs T B Lear visited Mr and Mrs W H Branamnn last Sunday Sallie Stewart who Is in school at Mt Vernon was with homo folks Saturday and SundayJohn Stewart of Madison County was In this vicinity last week Samantha Fish is visiting her sister Mrs Lava Maguil In Nebraska Mrs Miranda Philips who has been crippled for some time is slowly improving Annie Proctor visited friends In Berea last week Mr and Mrs Jessie Proctor visited Mr and Mrs A A Coffey Saturday and Sunday Albert Jteynolds sold a horse to John Burdctte for 140 UOONE Boone Oct 3Regular chyrch ser vices were held at Fairview church Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lucy Northern who has been quito ill is recfaverlng Mary Levett is sick The small child of Mr and Mrs Geo Poynter Is quite UlG Brack er and J Wren went to Mt Vernon one day last week on business Mr and Mrs N Chasteen of Berea via ited relatives here a few days last weekA D Levett left Sunday for Kenton County where he will prob ably remain for some time Marlon Poynter visited homo folks Saturday Mr and Mrs Lee Wren visited relatives here Sunday Joe Levott made a business trip to Madison Co last Monday Mrs Susan Wren has been visiting her daughter Mrs Rosa Grant at Snider Mr and Mrs J H Lambert visited Mrs Lamberts SundayI r SaturdayA D Knuckles and T S Wren made a business trip to Brlnel Ridge last week Several from Boone were at Conway last week on tax I business Mrs James Grant of Clear Creek was visiting Mrs Susan Wren last Sunday Daisy Lambert and Rattle Poynter were Borca visitors Saturday Mr and Mrs Wm Gadd SunadyNetItie fold Cane visited homo folks Satur day and Sunday Jess Wren of Winchester was In town Saturday on business OUIANDO Orlando Oct aElmer Williams who has been sick so long with consumption died Sunday night and wa laid to rest in the old Flat Rock cemetery Monday He leaves a wife and- two small children and a host of friends to mourn his lussFrank Singleton ot Snider was visiting DeazJoyiweek Several cases of scarlet fever have been reported In this neighbor hood Foddor pulling is in full progress In this community Minnie Scott of Livingston visited Anna Robinson Sunday MFS M T Slnglt ton was In Livingston Friday on bus InessU G Singleton was In Snider Saturday visiting with his brother Frank SingletonCONWAY Conway Oct 3Elmer Williams DlushImourn getI the mountains Mrs Polly Begley of Hazard Perry County Is visiting her sister hereIABowman sold a fine lot of hogs to D M Chonault R l NJ To Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage of four rooms with table chairs and bedstead may be rented for 10 a Term Renter must give reference Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices I Address T J OSBONE Berea Ky 1 Blgo Wood sold his farm to an up per county man for J500 and bought I A Bowmans farm for 325 Mr Bowman will move to Madison County In about threo weeksR A Dalloy sold his farm to Prof Smith for Si 0 I A Bowman bought a fine lot nt cattle from Mr Sparks and sold them for GOOrs Mamie Oldham Is vis lUng her sister Mrs Wood of this placeChas Bowmans health is not improving Chas Ray and Hubert Dalton who have been visiting their mother have returned to Ohio ESTILL COUNTY TrAOEKSVILLK Wagersvllle Oct aMrs Jeff Wagers came home Saturday after a pleasant visit with her sou James In Berea Mrs L II Flynn died at her homo near hero Sept 2Sth after a long illness Mrs Jim Flynn entertained quite a number of friends Sat urday in honor of Mrs Laura Kelley and Mr Willie Wagers ot Leroy 111 Misses Lena Edwards and Maude Park were in Irvlno Saturday on business Mr and Mrs Ambrose Wagers were the guests of the tat ters parents Mr and Mrs R J Scrlv ncr Sunday Mr and Mrs A B Kelley were visiting In Irvlno Sunday- S D Wagers is visiting his daugh ter Mrs J M INwards this week LOCUST nRANcn Locust Branch Oct 3Mfrs Dugan Marcum has been quite ill for lire past two weeks Bessie Blckncll Is improving slowly Mr and Mrs Ells Barker are visiting friends and relatives at Panola Mrs Bottle Pat rice died the 2Sth Her remains were laid to rest in tho family graveyard near her fathers homo on Knob Lick Mr and Mrs Robert Land are re joicing over the arrival of a fine boy Mamie Elliott of Wlsonmntown Is visiting her sister Mrs Boain Gen try Hattio Johnson who has been visiting on Horns River has return ed homeJ A BIcknell unit family entertained a number of friends at attended children fodder looking railroad month Laurel soothe tucky governor defeated statutes Kentucky he Tho shamo Republicans would Ken tucky Democrats votes governor There be Republicans who vote party nomin only see could themselves join- Ing Democratic Ing love because govern protection Napier COUNTY iiuitNiNO Sept parts deaths wife typhoid Birdie Rawllngs ing Livings beets take Department Union College Hugh White Annapolis naval cadet month homo heroMrs tained White Hugh Thursday evening children school had ful Dr Hornsbys evening Many foddering doing other greatly their progress Union Sunday The meeting thy God will work Browning the truth If one has lloUghoncrs to sharpen his tools keep them sharpened ho can alnavs find the work The treason some people work so little do such poor work is because work does not yield them pleasure work pleasure unless toots are First really and then lookaround of have known some people nothing to do from the timo their till fcddir pulling and then nothing till the ready to bo gathered and nothing winter long There is always plenty to if the are readyif the eyes are open What about house Does the roof leak otherwise comfortable ns should be and be yard fence tho gates back yard They bo repaired anti the ribbish removed from back yardthe SometitutR the moved little farther away the house add to the health of all the inmntusIAnd there are many other may truly religious if he values time prizes beautiful fence bo cleaned there such thing as caring for the forests forestry ninny hours can bo put in hnruthe crib can made proof the harp be in preparation for mud that In winter and clean comfortable stalls be made for the stock especially the cows Antione to forgotit is much to cut haul stack the fire wood than to wade thru the snow to it lorgotThothere making of preserves and apple butter and tho drying of pumpkins beans more in then woman can do It only the lazy nothing to and let tho place go to rack busy get wealth busy keep health their home Sunday Quito num ber the last court at Rich mond Mrs John Kindred is visit ing with her and friends near 111 There Is a great fight going on between schools and fodder pulling Our school has been victorious far and attendance is HARLAN COUNTY I MI AY Imlay Oct 1Most people are thru saving Corn look l in this section of the county There is a flno mast In the mountains and the are Shell and Giles Cooper who have on the for the are at home again iver who has been sick the past year Is no hotter Tho Wilson have moved their mill to W C Shells place on to cut 300000 feet of lumbor The Companies ave buying and paying 10 an aero now Imlay Oct 1Mr Editor The people of this section of are pleased to see the stand you have taken to try to the minds of the howling Democratic people over tho state over the nomination of Powers for Congress It that tho Democrats have forgotten that twelve fourteen years ago they nominated and elected to the Ken Senate a man not only with murder but denying the killing of fellow maa In 1899 they nominated the same man for of Kentucky and he by Republican by forty elght hundred majority but ho became governor through and by the election law which he placed upon the of I while in the Senate Demo crats now say it is a for the to send such a man as Powers to Congress U might Le- but It not be a shame on for tho to rob the state ot Its and make a ot a man who was guilty of mur der seems to a few angry say they dont waut to for a man charged with mur der It they kick out of tho Republi can because a man Is ated charged with murder by the Democrats I dont how they better by the party who sup port a man who was guilty of kill his fellow man I the G O P of Its form of ment and J C CLAY sriuxos Burning 30Thero is an epidemic of scarlet fever In somo I ot the county Several I havo been Jack Rawllngs and Bessie have fever also daughter ot J S J S Rawllngs is recover ing from a severe bronchial attac ILuther Webb and family are visit friends in London and ton this week Lucy Rawllngs cx to a course In In the Normal of has returned to where ho Is u after spending a at his Stephen Clarkbton enter Mrs Katie and son last Tho of the a delight picnic In groo this of the pupils are out of school and things which hinder Tho School will have a rallying day soon young peoples prayer Get tools ready find the HROWNINO spoke and null their and no yields the pinup get the tools Most us who had corn was laid by tine corn was utter that nil do tools the f and is it us it might f The the f might the weeds cut pigpen might lie a from and contort and one and the The corners might out and is a Or around the bn rat yard can drained and some walks laid tho comes nnd can is apt better and away now do and is the and fact any one is that find do Get and keep and n Clinton so good crops goo hogs flneJoo boon working past Joe- vTol for Droll saw land for It the Eleventh seems or charged not his was a infamous was Springs reported training held every Sunday night is well attended by both young and old people I Robert Clarkston of Radars Crock has sold his farm to his brother Sto i hon The former will soon locate nowjITho farmers are busy making sorghum I which is turning out wellJhyo la not a good crop of vegetables title year on account of tho wet weather I VIJiK Vine Oct 1Farmers are veryI busy getting their tobacco In their I barns Johnnie and Gilbert Ferguson attended the Sunday school rally ut Els Branch last Sunday James Wll I llama and family have gone to Texas whore they expect to hive In the fd- turoC C Clark vlllo this week on buslnlssll1lloICope Frances Ward thows visited Julia conIwaystaying with Mrs C C Clad tints at Mauldon is lon11nlngtonJohn Is MADI very IllIKINGSTON I Kingston Oct aTho Rev Taylor of Berea Ky preached at the Hall Wednesday and Thursday night Tempest Terrill Eva Lewis and Jesslo PowellI RIchmond Monday KHIous Daniels sold his farm to Doug Young fur 3800 Ho will leave with his family in a few days for Missouri where he expects to make his homoMr anJ l Mrs May Lain spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs George Young Mrs Agar of Bcdttyvlllc Is visiting her daughter Mrs Mark Flattery this week Jack Kldd of Paint Lick was hero last week looking for a fnrmMr and Mrs Green Durham wore the guests of Mrs Durhams PowellISundnyMr Suda Powell was the guest of EVA Lewis Saturday night anti Sunday Ceo Young took a carload of hogs to Cincinnati last week Mrs lion Boon Is visiting at Dig IIIIII A Bowman of Conway spent the last of the week with J C Powell Mr Bowman has sold out there and will soon begin building on the farm that ho has recently purchased here Charley Rose of Jackson County pass ed thru Sunday on his was to Rich mondr and Mrs Zay Boon were visiting relatives Sunday Miss Gran Maupln Is the guest of Mrs Jim Bales this wwkUr and Mrs Martin spent Sunday with Mr and MM Tom ToddCurt Parks and wife vis ited at Whites Station Sunday even inglake Haley spent Sunday night with his daughter Mrs Dick Golden J N Lunsford went to Berea ou business Monday J C Iowell sold forty head of cattle last week Claud Todd of RrasBflcId was hew on butt ness Friday KirVKK CUKKK Sliver Creekocl 3Corn cutting Is the chief occupation In this sec tlotTho protracted meeting con ducted by tho Hev Mr Parsons clos ed Sunday night without any addi tions to the church Kathcrlne S anti Mrs W B Lake visited their slbVr Mrs J E Hammond of Dluputantn last Wednesday and Thursdayllr and Mrs John W Johnson visited John Gabbard of Uoren who Is very sick Sunday Several from Harts al- I tended church lucre Sunday Mrs Rio Davis who has been very sick Is Improving George Anderson has bur proved the appearance of his rosl denco with a now roofIrs D C Pulllns of Boron was In our midst Sunday Mrs Jacob Browning tho book agent of near Heron was In our section one day last weok MUs R Gadd passed thru vnrouto to George Johnsons Sunda- yOWSLEY COUNTY mcirrowN- Hlcotown Oct ITho peoplo I1IO very busy saving foddor BIH McIntosh Is going Into the dry gouda business Tlios Uabbard from Florida was hero Wednesday Ho will return about tho first of November anti will tako his wlfo and children with listTlio teachers association htd at Gmwty Branch lat Saturday win a very sucottwful oneA W Hurt of Confluence was liars reorntly on hla way to Knoxville Tudnnyin Floyd Lucas visited her parents ft Huck Creek last weekElmer Gab bard IB sick with typhoid and la m tho hospital at Ixjxlngton Mr and Mrs Mortdlth Gubbard and two twin girls Boiwle nail Mute of Hamilton Ohio are visiting Merediths father J L Gabbard and other relatives TltViiIKItS UKST Tavelors Host Sept SO3Ir anl Mrs C B While made a iHWInrfcd trip to Lexington this week John P Hard of Boonevlllu was a guest among his many frlonds this week The social given at Uio hom of Mr and Mrs S P Caudell Saturday night was much enjoyed by those pr ontTiio schools in this end of th county are progressing nicely uiulT tho new systematic arrangement t the program by the Owsley Instltut I of this year Bmina Dalton line be n sick with typhoid but is convnleKciUti Clam Brandenburg sprained h r ankle ut school Wednesday so badly that she had to bo taken pomeC T Gabbard Alex Mclnllre James M Queen S P Caudlll anti A J CreMi expect to attend the Grand Lodge of the I O O F at Lexington ntI- monthElla I Botnor Is visiting ri atlves at Irvine this week LESLIE COUNTY WOOTON Wooton Sept 28The people lire listening for the correct and official reports of the Powers and Edwards contest A largo per cent of tho votes cast In this county was for Powers but tho peoplo nevertheless thought 1111Ienldorsomol1t ed upon him and upon the Hepubl can while un overwhelming for Towers would mean vin IImajority of himself and the Republi can party Tho people of this com munity feet that a representative In Congress does not mean as much to them as It does some other parts of the country unless they can get National aid for roads anti Jvatloml aid for schoolsDr E M Dixon nod C B Witt tho sheep Inspector paaa cd thru this community on business a few agoA L Vanover Isi erecting a now dwelling on Iourn Mill BranchII C Lewis has bought a tract of land at the mouth of Woo ton Creek where ho Intends to make his homo for tho purpose of reaping benefits derived from the Wooton Graded school and to establish aapermanent little business of his own LAUREL COUNTY IIONIIA9I Bonham Oct 2 Charlie Haulcomb from Illinois has been visiting friends and relatives In Laurel and Jackson for the past two weeks Tho scar let fever Is raging through this neigh borhood James Carrs family who have been BO low with It are about well again Frank Hicks sold his farm to Jacob Abcrhart and will go to Illinois In n few days where Iw expects to live In the future PUBLIC SALE OF LAND As executors of Curtis F Burnam deceased wo will offer for sale at public auction a tract ot about ono hundred and eighty acres of land located on the waters of Drowning Creek in Estill County Tho land is Uonethe L A R R and fronts the I Panola and Locust Branch road and arts Mill road and Is nbout 13 miles from Richmond and about 0 often from Irvine It is bounded on the North by tho lands of Robert Lakes and C C Carr on the South by J C Bcngo and K Elliott jn the East by Blge Cox and Thos Kindred and on tho West by Robert Lakes The sale will tako place on tho premises beginning at 1100 o clock on Saturday October tho 29th 1910 and possession will bo givenI on tho 1st day of January 1911 Terms of Sale I Tho land will bo sold on tho fol lowing credits Ono third Jan 1 1911 ono third Jan 1 1912 and ono third Jan 1 1913 tho two last payments to bear Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from Jan 1 1911 and are to be secured by lien reserved In deed Tide purchaser will bo required to give good personal security for payment duo Jan 1 1911 at which time deed will be mado anti possession given This Is a good farm well watered and productive land A R T S Burnam Exs of C F Burn- amggHISSING lINk Doing butaell without advertising in the piper ii lile trying to unlock your bun door with you wifai hatpin Youre got the vroeg leI Jrrrtfnng lue1cr to the horn of plenty We want to put you at the big end of the Louis Our draltl fa your rune Our puLIUty brings the money to your door IiSHIELD BRAND CLOTHING in1 COATJWRK ct QJAUTY ut mu Men t Men Of CharacterJappearance always select Ih Brand ClothingIStyle fit and individuality arc all combined to produce that air of distinction which marks the well dressedman Not too extreme nol too I rightlorSUed Brand Suits and Overcoats stand for the best warlemansbipIhe best fabrics producedfor 1000 the Lowed 2000 the Highest We are always glad to youW R ENGLE Cray Hawk Kentucky i liu rn 5HniOiEro mouiiit UN I