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TAX CONFERENCE
t Brings Together One of the Most pis
tlngulshed Bodies Ever An = m
bled In Louisville
IntornaJ
I banal conference on state and local
f taxation brought together ono ot the
most distinguished bodies that ever
drv met In Ioulavlllo Governors personal
representatives of states and premiers
S I of Canada answered PeeenL With
a masor Important business bofpro
14Ihlm the delegates showed much e1
gerness to start
tL tho convention ma
rf4 chinery In turning out solutions a t
i vital tax questions Mayor James F
> GrlnstCfid extended hearty greetings
nnd Gov A E WIIson then was de
1 clared permanent chairman Treat I
dent Allen IL Foote spoke at length
lenglf x
System and declared the association
I must make its war upon It Tho fed
era 1 luxation ot corporations la aa dl
sect and a tar moro serious InterIor
alitIII I
local taxation wo arc endeavoring to
promote than would havo been tho pro
posed federal taxation of Inheritances
against which our first and second con
ferences protested A tax levied on
property that produces no income can
4h ° paid only through the confiscation
i of a part of tho property A tax levied
on Income that takes so large a por
i lion of tho Income as to discourage
kaaeffort will either drive owners to oth
f er localities where they will not bo
Impoverished by taxation or it wilt
calico a depression of enturprlsn
through destroying a reasonable hot q
of securing n catlfifatfory profit he
saide
i CAMPAIGN OF EVANGELISM
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Co Decided Upon by Kentucky Confer
ence of M E Church South
ry
Paris KyAt tho annual session n
of tho Kentucky Conference of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church South
Ulshop E E Hoes prodding the coif
feronce decided to place two evangel
evangoli
i jsU In tho field and will adopt n cam
cjlllIlgn for tho ensuing year of n coli
trllrCIIrc with evangelistic work In
IlIrtlfpRtd4t
4t Ur IC 0 B Mann of Lexington do
t livered tho annual address beforo the
Preacher Aid society In which ho ad
vocated a pension to aged ministers
equal to average salary received dur
p t ing their active ministry An Impor
t tant meeting ot the trustees of Ken
3 lucky Wesloyan college was held I
< IThl Preachers Aid loclety showed a
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balance of 23000 which was further I
1 augmented by a collection aggregating
nggregatlngt
fWILL NOT HAVE TO USE FILTER a
iCity of Georgetown Loses Suit Against
+ > Water Company
LFrtn1lrort Ky Under a decision y r
WV the appellate court the Georgetown
Water Oas Electric and Power Oo
if which Is owned by capitalists of New
port nod Cincinnati will not bo com >
polled to put In a filter although the
water furnished for domestic Use Is
alleged to bo impure Tho appellate
cant decided that fliero was no con
tract between the city of Georgetown
anti the water company to the 1I1T1JI t
that a filter must bo put In and Jug
pent that publicspirited citizens ako
up the case and Induce the water com
pony to put In a filter >
Crrelsboro yThe BftnkofCreoU
boro closed ltd doors for an indefinite
time It Is the general opinion that
tho bank is In no danger ot gohig UJ
the wall
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Louisville Ky Tho Rebnkah Stnte
Assembly I 0 0 F mot In annual
meeting here A gain of 3115 mem
liens during tho your was reported
among tho various chapters
Hanklnnvlllo KyTluo Planters I
Protective Association of Kentucky
and Tennessee elected J W Stone I
president vice provident J W Uaherj
secretary Felix O EwIng treasurer
Mrs W E Greene auditor John D
SenleaV I
SenleaIoulavlllo V
IxMilsvlllo ICywo hundred dele
gates will represent LoulavIIlo In the I
annual convention of the Ohio Valley
Improvement association at Clncln
natl next month Tho local associa
tion will contribute 1000 to tho work
of tho association
Ixnilfivlllo Ky Prominent Insur > I
ance men from all Ejections of the I
country will bo present when tho Na
tlonal Association of Life Under
writers meets In this city October 6
7 8 and 9 Several largo Bbclal ovens
have been neds
Paducah Iti n result of the I
w terrific gulf storm the West Kentucky I
Coal Co with headquarters hero lost I
property valued at 170500 at DonahI
Ronvllle La The towboat Harvester i
and 28 loaded barges three empties
and a pumpboat were sunk I
t
Lexington KyArthur tang 28 of 1
this city and James Gleason IS of
Louisville wore arrested hero after 1
nil attempt hud been made to JIIowI
open tho safe In tho office of the Clh > t
clnnatl Southern Railroad Qos freight j I
depot Long Admitted his part in tho f
ftttcwctcU burglary 1
i PRISONERS SET FREE
I Court of Appeal Reverses Decision of
ofI
CountyI
Frankfort Ky James lane who
with his wife Calllo Lane Jack Haw
king and Armllda Roberts was Indict
ed on the charge of trying to burn a
house occupied by Jeff Iunsford In
EBtlrt county and sentenced to the
penitentiary for five years will go free
under a Judgment at the court of lap
peals which ordered the case reversed
and Lane acquitted This Judgment
means also that Mrs Lane and Miss
Roberts will be acquitted Hawkins
confessed that he burned tho real
dance but there was no other proof
except his confession against the oth
ers Indicted with him Judge Settle
In his opinion sod that tile defend
ants except Hawking should bo ae
quitted under Sections 241 and 242 0 f
the criminal code The Lanes are
welltodo pcoplo of Richmond Altor
asalsldyd s
Senator W O Bradley In the defense
ot Bunch Harris asked for moro time
In tho case
BLIND TIGERS ARE RUNNING
In Louisville Bays Mutual Protective
Association Official Action De
manded
Louisville Ky Claiming to havo
positive knowledge that blind tigers >
are running all over the city without
license from the government state or
city and that a great injustice is be
InK done law uhlding saloonkeepers >
compelled to pay high license the Mu
hint Protective association of which
J C Boardman Is president forward
I ed a letter to E U Green chairman
of thu board of public safety demand
ing iifllclal action
V
I DANNER TOBACCO CROP
More Than 8000 Acres Grown In Ma
I son County This Year
Dover Ky Perhaps tho largest
droll ot oldie burley tobacco over
grown In Mason county In now era a
Llcally cut and housed or scaffold art
out Tho barns era all full and the
tobacco Is bclni hung out on scaffolds
Accurate figures taken by solicitors
for tho Burley Tobacco society show
lint a little more than 8000 acres of
tobacco wero grown In this county
this year which means about 8000000
pounds This tobacco Is being rap
idly jrwv by the Burley 0
cfty some of the largest grow
ers In he county pealing theIr
crops during the pant week and
about SO per cent of tho entire crop In
the county has teen signed up to tho
society S A Shanklln and T D
81ft tt cry pf MnysvJIle Addressed the
growers hero and at the close of the
meeting many growers Joined the pool
Ixraliivllltf KIror S 11 Tlnsloy
bead of the mathematics department
of the male high school received anti
ficatlon of his appointment as a team
her of the International Commission
of Teachers of Mathematics The np
polntnumt Is considered a high honor >
Louisville Ky Irremovable rccor s
of the Ixnilsvlllo diocese met and
voted upon three names suggested an
possible Bticcossors to the late Dlshop
McCloskey The names and the re
suit of jfho vote which was not made
public will be forwarded to Iopo Phus
al once
a
Lexington IrThe Kentuckyetal °
convention of the Christian Womans
Board ot Missions opened at tho Au
ditorium Mrs E L Powell former
missionary to India told of her ox
perlcncp Mrs Ida Withers HnrrlHon
state president gave the address ot
welcome
Kllzabethtown fi1The American
Society of Equity aid tho Hurley To
butte Growers association formed an
alliance In this city to pool the 1905
tobncco crop In the counties of liar
din Hart Metcalfe lul1lle Lame
Green and Barren
Louisville IyIr ami Mrs T E I
I
Layman an aged couple living live
miles east of Bonnlovllle wero bru
tally assaulted In their homo by thrao
masked robbers who wen later cap
tured The community Is hlghlv
wrought up and a lynching Is feared
LoulBvillc Ky Thrt republican
state campaign committee met nnd
organized Ih C Howard was mode
chairman Dr W C Black vice chair
man and A S Bennott secretary nnd
treasurer The conimlttctj will begin
ictlvc work at once
l
IcxliiKtpn lyTho board of trus
tees of tho College of the Blblo of
Transylvania university agreed to In
create the memborshlH of tho board
thet
amount bf properly tho COMORO cmi c
hold from 250000 to 1000000 i
D r Ky Surgodns ampn
oted both legs of M II Mlnton who
was shot by night riders at Ito o
Spring Ky some weeks ago Mlnton
was called upon by the riders In the
night but refused to come out Thou f
the riders fired Into his house wound j
ag Mlnton nod other members ot the fo
family Including tv Three ntbold
bnto lit Us mothers arms
DECISION ANXIOUSLY AWAITED
AWAITEDIArguments
I Arguments Completed In Case of
fI Racing Commission vs Latonla
i Fair Association
Frankfort Ky Arguments In tho
case of the Kentucky State Racing
Commission against tbo Latonla Agri
cultural Fair association wore com
pleted in ther court of appeals Chlot
Justice Nunn Judges Carroll Hobson
Settle and Darker hearing the argu
ments The argument for the racing
association was made by Judge Lou Is
McQuown and for tle Latonla UHBO
elation by Harvey Myers The cask
I Is submitted and nn early opinion Is
expected although it Is not likely tbat
tho fall meeting at Latonla wjjl beef
fccted In any way by the decision of
the court as the mandate ot the court
of appeals can not be delivered until
30 days after tho opinion The de
clsion of the court will be awaited with
ht
Interest Upon It hangs the fate of
racing and breeding in Kentucky
EXCEPTIONo
All Officers of International Tax Asso
ciation Are ReElected
LoulsvHle IyTho sessions of the
International Tax tipsgclatlon closed
with the election of officers All the
former offlcert were reelected with
tho exception of ArUiur J Mathew
son of Ontario Canada vice president
tor the dominion who resigned In
his place A J McNabb municipal
minister Saskatchewan Canada was
chosen
The officers are President Allen
lllpley Foote Columbus O trees
user Foster Copeland polumbus 0
secretary Mary S Snyder Columbus
0 vice president for the United
States LawBon Purdy New Yorkclly4
corresponding secretary for the United
States A V Pleydoll New York city
corresponding secretary for theh
minion of Canada O IL Geary K C
Toronto Canada
Coy Wilson of Kentucky entertain
cd the conference at luncheon and an
auto tour of the city brought the moot
to an end
SENSATIONAL AFFIDAVIT FILED
By Defendants 50000 Damage Suit
of Mrs Newton B Hazelett
Frankfort KyIn order to remove
Judge It L Stout from the bench In
the trial of the r0000 damage suit of
Mrs Newton B Hazelett against
Walker Duncan Hubert Kessler and
charged do
wrongfully killed her husband tho
most sensational affidavit ever filed In
a Kentucky court was flied by the de
fendanta In the suit The affidavit < il
leges tbat Judge Stout Is In sympathy
with the tobacco societies which It 1t
alleged conducted the night riding
As a result ot the sensational affidavit
accusing Judge Stout of having made
tho statement that he couU not afford
to bo against the Burloy Tobacco So
cloty and Socletyof Equity In Frank
IIn county and other statements
Judge Stout Issued a rulo against At
torneys John Todd Luther Willis and
L F Johnson ordering them to nn
spour In court forthwith and show
ceuse why they ate not In contempt
of court v
Frankfort KyGov wlilllo tap
pointed Samuel Wilson or Lexington
special Judge to try the 250To dam
ago suit of Mrs Joule Hazelcft against
Walter Duncan and others Duncan
killed Mrs Hazcletts husband claim
eIng he was a night rider
rFrankfort KyAtty ten Breathltt
handed down an Important opinion
that any officer of tho state chosen by
af
county except members ot the general
ismnlnat
lion to the secretary of state
Bowling Green KDr BvFCa
9bell former president of Potter col
loge died at Cabell Hall of Bright
disease Ho was president of Potter
college 20 years and made It ono of
the most successful girls schools in
tho south
Louisville yEnglneer VIckllffo
Do Haven of Cloverport Kyanrt
Fireman James Cain of this city were
badly Injured when 10 freight cars ut
tached to the engine In which they
wore riding were derailed one mllo
west of Rend Ky
Winchester KyTho burgoo cud
barbecue given by the Winchester
Commercial club at the fair grounds
In honor of tho burley pool was at
tended by thousands from Clark and
adjoining counties and great enthu
siasm prevailed
Frankfort KThl United States
circuit court for tho Eastern Kentucky
district in this city will commence
September 2j with Judge A M J
Cochran presiding Tho criminal dock
et is not large but tho civil docket Is
full of Interest and n largo one
+ v
Paris IyJohn T Hlnton wag
nominated as the democratic candidate I
for mayor E B January police
Judge J C Elgin chief of police
Four out of seven members of the oM
council were nominated thus tying the
bauds of the new mayor J
PIRATES KILLED
KILLEDREVENUE
REVENUE CREW
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Men on Government Boat Made Hard
Fight But the Savage Moro
Overpowered Them f
vanli P Inellorts reached here
Friday that the United States revenue
cutter Sara has been cautured by a
horde of Moro pirates and the imLrc
crew of 15 men murdered The report
adds that the bodies of the men were
mutilated and thrown overboard
Sharks soon completed the work of
destruction and every body was strip
pad of flesh and lost
The Mbroa approached the cutter
with protestations of friendship While
the crow was engaged In talking to tho
visitors the main body of the pirates
crept upon the vessel In small boats
and at a given signal swarmed over
bCite decks The Moms aboard drew
weapons and started to cut down tho
entire crow The revenue men made a
game fight but were overcome by
sheer force of numbers The men
made a stand In the cabin but their
barricades were thrown aside and they
were mercilessly cut down
The Moros have become very active
in tho past few days and It Is feared
that other vessels have been hoarded
and the crews murdered
The Mores are reported to have sail
ed away In the captured cutter for the
China sea
Vessels of the United States navy
in these waters have been communi
cated with by wireless io keep a look
out for the Moras who arc In a past
Ilea to put Up a hard fight The Soni
had considerable ammunition aboard
as well as stores of all kinds
The Sora was used as a patrol boat
against the Moro pirates of tho
Southern archipelago In the general
campaign against smuggling inaugu
rated l > y the Insular government a
short time ago It was commanded
by Copt E A McGorty and carried a
crew of 13 all Filipinos
The cutter left Dalabao 20 miles
south of Palanun carrying J L Per
rJne collector of the port who was
bound to Sandakan in British North
Borneo to purchase supplies Nothing
has been heard of the vessel since
AUTO ON FIRE
After Plunge Over Embankment and
Two Persons One a Young
Woman Perich
41
Amorlcus GaOno person was
burned to death another Instantly
killed and a third seriously burned
when an automobile driven by John
McLendon ran off an eightfoot em
bankment here early Friday
McLendon and IPII Viola Herman
ono of his companions were pinioned
beneath fife wrecked car which caught
fire Ethel Hill another member ot
the party although severely burned
ran screaming to the city two miles
distant and gave the alarm
Miss Hermans neck was broken by
the fall and death was instantaneous
but Iclendon was literally roasted
alive
f
Brakes Failed To Work
Seattle Wash Fifty persons were
Injured ono fatally In u street car ac
cident near the Algska Yukon Pacit °
exposition grounds Frank Bull ot
Tocoma aged 48 died of his injuries
A car with 80 passengers got beyond
control of the motorman when the
brakes slipped and attained a speed of
90 mlles an hour It left the track lad
crashed Into a onestory building
hurling the passengers forward with
great force J
i Mistaken For Burglar
Seekonk Mass Mistaken for a bur
glar or Incendiary Calvin L Cady Was
shot and fatally wounded Thursday
night by his soninlaw Wm L Barnes
He died Friday Cady was getting a
drink of water in the night when
Barnes hearing him fired his rovplver
at random due shot struck Cady in
thj back
Preacher a Suicide
Hot Springs ArkItm EJ Wool
ard of Tuckerman Ark after having
failed tb kill himself with chloroform
fatally shot himself in the temple here
Friday night In his possession waaa
letter from n Missouri conference re
fusing his application for a preachers
license
MARKET REPORTS
Cincinnati Sept 2Cattle Extra
57ifi CnlvesI Extra 950 Hogs
Choice S40850 Sheep Extra
I1G4SG Lambs Extra 725 Flour
Spring patent G40GG5 Wheat
No 2 red 1130115 Corn No 3
mixed 7070c Oats Xo 2 mixed
3944fc Rye No 2 choice 73cV
Hay Choice timothy 1501550 Butr
torDaIry 23c Eggs Per doz 2lo
Apples Choice 150 ST550 Potatoes
Per brl 17G2 Tobacco Burley
l275111550
l275111550Chicago
Chicago Sept 21Whe1t No 2
redidiailG CornNo 2 mixed
fi7MC7Tic DatsNo2 mixed 33c
PorkPrime mere 2ld5fJ2l10 Lard
Prime 1225
Louisville Sept 4hpat NTo 2
red 112114 Coru No 2 mixed
fOc Oats Xo 2 iniVeil 391 s Hay
Choice timothy 15GO IIOgB Extra
C7oe > 785 Lard Prime 1225
Indianapolis Sept 24CatUe
Prune 575C Hogs Extra 3825
jl840 SheepExtra JUG1JG
1885 Berea College 1909
I
FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEG
PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS
laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of allr
t
Dyer 60 instructors I 1221 students from 23 plates and 6 foreign countries
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
himself where hecan make most rapid progress
Which Department Will You Enter
THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lectures
library and general advantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic
and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible
textbooks
books
booksTRADE
TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and
compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork
Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn
ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely t
finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to
fit a young person for an honorable and useful life I
CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man I
may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science
ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even
a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small
extra fees
ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gem
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 I
NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First
year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass
certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information
culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces
sary for State certificate
ThOOrYDand
Band may be taken as an extra in connection with guy course Small extra
fees
Expenses Regulations Opening Days i
I
Bejea College is not
a moneymaking institution All tho money re
expendson
on an average upon each student about fifty dollars
a year more than ho pays
In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peoplet
who are supporting Bcrea In order tbat it may train young men and women t
for lives of usefulnessr
OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect
the character and reputation of tho young people Our students como from
the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may
maybe M
All except those with parents In 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 win
dter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents
a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary
fbefore
before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to
one dollar a weekA
PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary
with different people Bcrea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best
but as students must attend classes
regardless of the weather warm wraps
and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera
tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and
other necessary articles at cost
LIVING EXPENSES are really below coat The College asks no rent
for the fine buildings in which students live cbatglng only enough room
rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding
beddingand
the fall and 150 In winter For rpom furnished fuel lights wash
washIng
ISCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for
return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned
roturnedwhen
when the student departs
Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build
buildIngs
teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most
students Is 500 a term G in Academy and Normal and 700 In Colle
giate courses
It
PAYMENT MUSTBE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by
bytho
FALL14 weeks 29501n one payment 2900
Installment plan first My 2105 including 100 deposit middle of
yWrtn 945
A r
WINTER12 weeks 2900ln ono payment 2850 t
Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of
term X900i
sPRING 10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 +
Installment plan first day 1675 Including lpO deposit middle of
term 675I
SPRING I weeks term for those who must lea vo for farm work 940
SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami
nations 1645
REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of his
term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for trac
tion of a week
dOn board refund In full
v On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa
sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund
lily onehalf ofVtho amount which tho student has paid for tbo remaining +
weeks of the term
On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re
ceive a certificate for onehalt tho Jncldental fee paid which certificate will
be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the sta
dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within fj > ur terms
3The first day of Fall term is September 15 1109
The flrstday ot Winter term Is January C 1510
I
The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910
For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary <
WILL C GAMBLE
GAMBLEBEREA
BEREA KENTUCKY
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That Premium Knife
takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people liko
a good thing when they see It and to get a 75 cent knife with two
blades of razor steel arid a dollar paper that is worth moro to the moun
tain people than any other dollar paper in the world
The Knife and The Citizen for ilf
That brings is Subscriptions all the time If you have npfgot I It lOUII
ought to live
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