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I F 1 1 iu- h P rf j r1 BEREA PUBLISHING COii- JNCOR OJtATEn STANLEY FROST Manager Entered at tht FoUoJU at Bata Kyt at itcond Oaumattnatttr I Yol XI Five cents copy BEBEA MADISON COUNTY JULY 8 Dollar a year N NEWS OF THE WEEK Sane Fourth Results In Fewer Deaths Chlgre Bites Fatal Tennessee Now DrySIegel Murderer Still Loose Sugar Trust Indictments f A SANE FOURTHThe Fourth of July this year la remarkable for I having had fewer people killed ban on any other Fourth in years The total number of deaths so far Is 40 and injured 1627 Last year tho figures were killed 183 ahd Injured over3IOOThe figures for thls year o will undoubtedly bo increased but the benefits from the efforts of many I cities to check by ordinances the damage from fireworks have evident ly saved a number of lives TENNESSEE DRY Statewide prohibition went into effect in Tennes see last Wednesday night and the whole state Is now under tho proM bition law Everybody in the state who felt fear of thirst bought up all they could before tho final hour came It Is said however that In many places the saloons are running as P usual only that the patrons call for Bearbeer and nearwhiskey and neargin Instead of the real article J I DIES OF CUIGRE BITES191s an awful thing for a grown up man I to bo butted to death by a Nannie goat but a worse fate has overtaken a man at Greenfield Indiana Ho was bitten by a few chlgrc during a pic- nIc and went Into convulsions dying tho next day GEN BINGHAM FIRED Brig Gen Blngbam New Yorks chief of police has been fired by tho Mayor on thechArgo or insubordination be causo he would not discharge certain underling Mr Bingham says it is t because election time Is coming near and Tammany cannot afford to have t an honest police commissioner at election time CHINAMAN NOT FOUND There bas been no trtco yet found of the Chinaman who killed Eloie Sigel A body found la tho river near New i York was cuppoccd to bo his but was afterwards IndentlQcd as thatf therly it seems GRANTED NEW TRIALTho eight men who were convicted of murder for the lynching of Capt Ran kin In Tennessee have been granted new trials TRUST OFFICIALS INDICTED A number Ot leading officials of the Sugar Trust Including tho president I have been Indicted for violating the antitrust laws This part is the pro secution which tho government under took some tlmo ago to break up this obnoxious trust KILLS FAMILY A Cleveland man killed his wife lost Saturday when aquarZ 0 they came POLITICIAL MURDER The grow Ing desire for East India to bo free rI of tho government of England was shown last week when two high offi t theroltorEmplro is greatly stirred up wholoI is felt that there may be other lar crimes and that the life of no official is satoIMESSINA RERUINED Another earthquake as severe as tho first has stricken the ruins of Messina and what was left of tho city has been destroyed New buildings had already M begun and there wero about 24000 people living there Fortunately no one was hurt- NEGROES1 ORGANIZEnA number t of prominent negroes met In Louis villa this week and organized the Negro Civic and Political League It Is said that tho purpose of the League fs to control the negro vote In the state using It for tho purpose of advancing the ambition of the leaders II i 1 V t i II I r 4 4isiyayyr5 iioj f r1 1 t l T1 JJdkjQ I TIi13 KI4TIZI3NftJ J Sj j I Devoted to the Intereets of the ountELin People l0000n8FULL MADISON TICKET Republicans Decide to Make Strong Fight for County Offices and Nom inate Full List of Strong Men Good Chance of Success Richmond Ky July 3A rousing convention was held bore this after noon by Republicans for the purpose of selecting a ticket to represent them in the coming county election and as a result of the enthusiastic meeting a full ticket was named which Is tho strongest put forth for several years by the party This county usually goes Democratic in county elections but every effort will be put forth this fall to turn the tablesStrong resolutions were adopted re commending and pralslrfg national af fairs under the past soveral years and present administration and a hard fight Is going to bo put forth in an endeavor to once again get this coun ty under Republican control The ticket which is the first full one for many years is composed of some of tho best citizens of this coun ty and Is as follows County Judge Squire M M Brougfa ton County Attorney A R Buraam Jr Sheriff J H Jones Jailer Will lam H Hcndron County Clerk O D Moores Circuit Clerk Virgil Weaver School Superintendent Prof L V Dodge Representative Mlnon Young Assessor Younger Norris Surveyor J W Parcons Coroner Robert Lakes Tho meeting was presided over by Prof L V Dodge of Berca PRESS ASSOCIATION MEETING I Probably the most successful meet Ing of the Kentucky Press Association in history was that hold last week at Estlll Springat which tho edl tor and his wife had the pleasure oC being present Besides the social time which was very enjoyable as the editors are all royal good fellows and their wives and sweethearts charming there was much profit from the addresses not only of members of tho association but of a number of other men of wldo standing who favored the association and of one woman Mrs Desna Brecklnrldge who spoke on the work women ot the state are doing for the schools One of tho most pleasant features recoguJUonwhich Robert Friend of Irvine In his ad dress of welcome cpoke strongly of the misrepresentations of tho mountains and mountain people which to often find their way Into the press of the state and demanded justice of tho editors foilus lIe was heart ly applauded and a better under standing is sure to follow his ad dress Also an address delivered by Mr MetCAlf son of the owner ot the Plnevllle Sun in which ha de manded as a right Justice and friend liness and consideration for the moun tains from the rest of the state was well applauded and will helti in gain- Ing for the mountains those things which are their due Other papers of great interest were read Tho lIon M H Thatcher discussed his plan for a uniform system of accounting for public money throughout the state Sen Newman spoko of Kentucky development and Mr Ford of tho commission on Tax Revision appointed by Gov WlHson discussed tho needs of tax reform of tho state Mrs Desha Breckln rldgo told of the work woman have been doing for the schools and told how when she started In It was with tho idea that tho rest of the state should help tho mountains but when she found the facts about the rest of the state she ceased to throw any disparagement on the mountain people who In proportoln to their wealth were doing more for the chll dren than are tho other parts of tho state She pleaded for tho right for woman to vote for school trus teesAltogether the meeUng was ex ceedingly helpful and enjoyable v- t TEACHERS NOTICE F The success of Teaching a District School by Prof Dins beenik MORE He is going to meet this demand and THE CITIZEN which first printed his first book is going to have the right to print this f first It fills out the other meets your needs is just what you want and you will find it IN THE CITIZEN 4IT BEGINS SOON WATCH FOR IT SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE r tr iJVtA It Is a very unfortunate thing to be buried Itis worse yet to bo buried alive But what is the difference between the man newspaperNeithoris making any progress neither is doing anybody any good neither is moving forward JIII1 1 IThe Madison County Republican Convention which met in Richmond last Saturday showed the proper temper in putting up a full ticket and the proper wisdom In the selection of candidates The ticket is a very strong one and should win With a good hard fight and every Republican standing shoulder to shoulder it will win There is some talk that one or two candidates willnot accept but this should not be The ticket goes well together and every man nominated owes it to the party to make the race Madison is getting to be a Republican Countynow is the time to make It sure I INJUSTICE TO MOTHERS One of the remarkable things about human nature is that we are so blind about things we see every day and so perhaps it is not appreciation pretty hard time of itand that this is not fair Women on the farm often work from four in the morning till dark at night and they work all the year round fat that rate and all day every day without Sunday or bolidaysland no vacations summer or winter and no letups clotbingandcaring for the family has to go on just the same nil the time and the women folks old and young to attend to it If any farmer would for a week at any but the very busiest time of year notice how often it is that his wife is at work when he is sitting smoking or talking or reading he would be so ashamed of himself that he would at least offer to do up the dishes every night It is true that a great deal of the excessive work of women is needless and that ignorance and carelessness and lack of thought takes up many hours each day and week But the same is true of any of our work and it is not the fault of any one woman that she is not better trained or more careful These things go in with the rest and the fact remains that of all women on earth the farmers wife is probably the worst overworked and the most poorly paid of laborersA likes to think that a womans work is easy and that she can work longer hours without becoming so tired Such a man ought to try it once He would find that bending over a stove or scrubbing dirty clothes or sweeping and minding a few fretful children all the while is hard compared to his labors and the proof of this is that women are so glad when they can to break into mens work either in the store or the factory or on the farm But you couldnt hire a man to keep house It is probably impossible in the present state of things to make womans life on the farm very easy or pleasant or ideal But a great deal can be done by the men folksIndwjJJ be done when they once come to realize tho situtation that things should be this way even tho our mothers and grandmothers did stand it And men can help and should do so It is hard to tell any other man Just where to begin to help There are a lot of little things that only thoughtfulness at the right time can suggest But a few things are sureevery man ought to see to it that his wife has every convienience in her kitchen that she wants and he can afford and every labor saving machine in reach He should see that things are arranged so that she does not have to take any unnecessary steps and that she has places where overf thing she needs can be kept handily And every day the man should see that the wood and water are thereand that the tasks she asks for are done and in general that she does not have to do extra work because of his laziness But most of all the men should use their brains Think and watch and each will see a lot of little things thai will make the womans life easierand that will take little or no trouble And everyman owes it to his wife or his mother or daughterto what ever women folks are doing his work that their work should be just OB easy as he cast make it It will be hard enough at best t CHILDREN AND CROPS Crops are way behind this year Every hand that can be found can be profitably used in the Holds and it ts very hard to have the corn quitSoattendance keepshisthe better the crop is tho better their living will be And now is the time when it has got to be donea few days now count for more than at any later time Butstop a minute What is the most important crop you are mooimportautextra f goodOfcrop And of course you believe that brains are worth more than corn One of Bereas teachers was speaking down in the Blue Grass last week and when ho had finished a state senator who was id the audience got up and said ho would gladly give up his 10000 farm if he could have that teachers education And the education was gotten in a few years too We all know that education is the best wealth Why not act on that belief Why not have the children In school instead of in the cornfield f The first weeks are a more criti cal time in school than they are in the field The crop of brains needs more careful attention than the corn does And there will be enough of your crop to keep your family thru the year even without the help of tho children just now For every day that a child puts in in the fields when he or she might be in school that child is losing part of the education and wisdom that ho or she might have to use thruout life just forth sake ofa little more corn That is a poor bargain for the child and the only good reason for keeping the children at home to work ia when a man is more in terested in his corn than in his children when he thinks more of himself and his wealth than of them and their future DONT MISS THEM Dr Cowleys article this week con aisle of general suggestions on how to keep healthy Do you want to savo doctors bills If you do read this article An ounce of prevention Is better than all the drum on earth Ho tells us how to prevent There Is also a list ot hints on how to keep cool There Is a hot time coming and we all want to be A very helpful article by Mr F O Clark this week is on tho fruit garden It Is not completed and you will want to watch for the rest in subsequent issues 0 Dont forget too that the second series of articles by Prof Dinsmore on teaching a district school will begin soon You certainly want to watch for them- Newspaper men as a rule bavo but two things to sell spaco and subscriptionand it would be just as consistent to ask your grocer for a dozen oranges just to fill up as to ask the editor for a dozen lines In his paper Just to boost your business with the idea you are doing a kindness In helping to fill up space Try getting a free dinner at the hotel Just to make oa show of bus ness for the house IN WASHINGTON Income Tax Constitutional Amendment Started Corporatlon Tax Passed by Senate Aldrlchi Again Shows His Power Bradleys mendments Not Touched Washington D C July 5 1909 For the first time since the reconstruction period an amendment to the Constitution of the United StateS is under way The Senate today passed tho bill providing for an amendment to make legal a taxi on in comes and the bill will now go to the House It wlilalso be passed there and will then have to be submitted to the states and ratified by the legislature of three fourths of them before it can become part oC the law of the land This Is the first real move to make the rich men of the land bear their share of the public burdens which they largely escape under present mea sures ot taxation and It is only un der great pressure that tho Senate has made such a concession to thp poor people of the country There will be a tremendous effort made by the rich men to prevent the ratifica tion of the amendment by several states but there is pretty good hope that it will finally be passed and real relief to the poor tax payers will then come Washington D C July 3 1909 The corporation tax amendment to the tariff bill has been passed The politicians all admit that the plain People of the country will be glad because of this but politically tho situation is charged with thunder Senator Aldrich admits that he does not like the tax as permanency for the reason that ho believes that the prq tectlvo tariff ought to provide the Gov ernment with rovenue and would be apt to be lowered If there are other sources of revenue such as the cor poration tax But for two years yet ho thinks that there will be a deficit even with an adequate protective tariff and therefore ho Is willing to place tho tax on the statute books with the open Intention ot repealing or modifying it In a short time He thus frankly states that he does not agree with POs Taft who wished the corporation tax to remain a per manent law Early this week as coon as the regular schedules of tho bill had been completed by tho Senate and the speeches on the corporation tax had begun Senator Aldrich went away for a few days vacation It Is ru mored that ho took a short ocean soy age It was evident to him that the expressed wish of President Taft together with the hot temperature would put an end to tho debate and he felt that the Senate would come safely to his conclusion without his presence It la seldom that any lead er has been DO sure that he had the Senate under such absolute control that he could afford to tio it han and foot and go away for a rest The events justified his foresight The Senate listened without interest to the mpasoioned attacks oC Sen ators Cummlno and Borah who point ed out that President Taft had last summer plainly stated that he preferr ed an income tax to a corporation tax They also recalled tho fact that In tho famous Spreckels sugar case the Supreme Court hall held that a tax on the gross earnings of corpora tlbna was an Income tax and unconstl tutional and reasoned that tax on the net earnings amounted to the same thing In the face of tho de sire ot a President just elected with whom Congress dare not break so soon the Senate decided that the only arguments to be considered were polltlclal rather than logical The heat continued to prostrate many of the strongest members of the Senate Senator Bradley wwi unwell during a portion of tho week Tho temperature In the Senate chamber was nearly ninety and by some prejudice electric fans were abandoned and every Sen ator wielded a palm fan In the absence of Mr Aldrich they were as sheep without a shepherd and 110 one really dared to put any Important question to vote On Thursday afternoon thero was great excitement when in the course of debate it suddenly became evident that the amendment could bo passed then and there If any one would darlto take the Initiative For a few momenta It looked as If the Senate would fix Tuesday for voting on tho amendment but Just as everyone was holding his breath tho situation was saved by the objection ot Senator Bulk ley and presently the Senate ad journed It Is not known whether Sen ator Aldrich was really In Washington all the time as his secretary claimed Continued on fourth page v r v ii J Jt 1 tjq1 f iJfI 1 i j 1 F lfIj 1t irlfjI Ii 7 I 11 tT tit k tr 1 r it1uenl4ge li lily ra 1 f- rn aeri i 11 11 1 JI R J II 1 4 a KENTUCKY a a I THINGS TO THINK OF A few men are good because it comes easy to them some because Dutthere mutforDeyils and AllJack Appleton I fnliteout how others did It before them carload a I IN OUR OWN STATE Cracker Kills Man Runaway In Rich mond Winchester Has S500OO FireLess Coal Dug In State Last V YearFight Over Woman bonebeJonglng x In Richmond last week throwing out Misses Annie and Ellen Walker and Mrs B F Hudson of Lancaster dnd seriously injuring the last named pF LOUISVILLE CLEANA splendid tJtribute to the Republican administration which Is now governing Louis vale was recently paid to It by tho Grand Jury which recently adjourn ed there The Jury found that4t p there was little gambling and that there were row saloons running contrary to law and completely ex JJchargesagainst them- SULUVAN NOT TO RUNThe pe c tltlon to Induce Jerre A Sullivan bt Richmond to run again for thai legis r r lature failed of Its purpose and Mr t Sullivan has absolutely io run This Is fortunate for us Repub licans as Mr Sulllvano well known ability and his great popularity made t a raco against him exceedingly diffi cult and uncertain DR MANNING DEADDr Hugh fManchesterphysicians of the state died last week at his fathers home Dr Man nlng was of farrecognized and 1 greatfythose who were fortunate enough to knot him FIRE IN WINCHESTERA loss of 50000 was caused by a fire which started early last Friday at Winches a ter Twenty horses were burned to s death In the conflagration FIGHT OVER WOMAN Three people were shot and two will dieaas a result of a fight over a woman at MIddlesboro last week Tho womand4 who was tho cause of the trouble will + I t r die as will J W Mays the vmanV that shot her Robert Culbertson the c other man will recover t STUDYING LAWJudge William Lewis and Commonwealths Attorney J C Cloyd of the 27th District have J v t a gone to Ann Arbor where they acitstudying law this summer NEGRO GETS ITThe contract for building the new Administration and Trades building at the Kentucky Normal for Colored Persons baa been awarded to T L Brooks a welli + 6 known negro contractor of LexingtoeI f LESS COAL DUG decided falling off In tho amount or J coal mined In Kentucky during jtfaifj i last year According to reports J to Gov Wlllson the output for tlwi 1 year was 9805777 tons worth X9776 to t 762 The decrease from the year t before was C30284 tons v SPARKS ARRESTEDWSprkr f- J 7JIWiaccused of the murder of Joe near Richmond about a month aCK v was arrested in Wolfe Co last week f I and has been lodged In the RiehrendiI Jail He will probably tie tr lvh Ithe fall ANOTHER CRABBE STORYTine report that State Supt Crabbe will j It resign and become head of thel9aet i A ern Kentucky State Normal baabeear revived and to It is now added the that his chief clerk Mn l ti 1the tn k Baptist Assembly began 1U anaual v meeting Monday at Georgetown MfV i will continue thru most of theweek The meeting Is well attended andrpromises to bo very successful r A O LANGHAM KttLBDTl 9 most serious of the accidents wee marred tho Fourth In Kentucky ww that which resulted In the death tk A G Langham In Louisville Hft had J one hand torn to pieces by a aaiioh cracker and died from the akesic He was a prominent and greaillyrea7- yiccted man rf MAYS NOT HELDA grand Inry l which investigated the 8hootlBgjg r Daniel Beard an alleged mowaWiijf In Owsley Co bYDep f few weeks ago has falledTtoJfrrJBtta I V jJr+ rV Jian indictment x 0tI r c C 7 c Oh They Bluffed a Little Returned Archie Carelessly I uuu uUUUuu uUUUUUUUUUUUU U +1 SYNOPSIS The story opens at Harvard where Col Rupert Winter U 8 A visiting saw tho suicide of young Mercer He met Cary Mercer brother of the dead student Three years later In Chicago In 1906 CoL Winter overheard Cary Mercer BP- parently planning to kidnap Archie the colonels ward and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winters Ai Smith was mentioned apparently as a conspirator A great financial magnate was aboard the train on which Col Win ter met his Aunt Rebecca Miss Smith i and Archie Col Winter learned that the j financial magnate is Edwin S Keatcham Winter aided by Archie cleverly frus If ft traced a holdup on the train He took a great liking to Miss Smith despite her J alleged kidnaping plot Archie mysteri r DUlly disappeared In Frisco Blood In a forId over the telephone however and a mine 1 1 I ith 9Cot woman Winter and voice a detective set Ai out for the mansion owned by t Arnold a Harvard graduate They were 1tr met with an explosion within Mercer 4 appeared He assured WIpter that Archlo had returned The saw a vision 4flitting from the supposedly haunted house It was Miss Janet Smith Col f0 Winter tfc himself admitted that he loved Miss Smith Mercer told Winter that Mercersthad been treated for speeding and when hisV1he was forcibly detaining Keatcbam t told his life story relating how Keatcham end his scoundrel secretary hbkwitehMerrcerwaeholdinghimprisonI I er In order that he could not get control of a railroad which was tho pet project of EndicottIr r a cab with two men Then he vanished r She followed in an auto Into the Chinese t district and by the use of a mysterious I i 4 Chinese Jade ornament she secured a I promise from an Influential Chinaman t t 4 that the boy would be returned Archie 1 Ireturned nnd told his story Atkins for ti Keatcham hisr t to being t cond kidnaper f JCHAPTER XIIcontlnued Archie colonel Interjected here was one of the men a little fel t J j low clean shaven with a round black II I head blue eyesono of his eyes winks otherYyou I didnt know I guessed Well get I p Lon they wanted to pump you when trey got you safely out of sight mesi Into the sweatbor all right Did you tell them anything asked t t iArchie looked at her reproachfully Did she think that he bad gone to s boarding school for nothing He ex atr plalned tbat being a stranger In the town he could not tell anything about i4 g whore hed been Thom a wits an agent at J the house trying to sell stoves and they r 1t let him take him oft back to the hotel Tile man seemed to know all about who he Archie was and about his having gone away The men asked him an awful lot of questions about iltt bow he was taken away He said he didnt know and hed promised not to t 1 ytoll He couldnt tell They said ho t have to go to jail If ho didnt iitouldbecause the men who had him such bad men But he sitat t 1 tell youtoqOh they bluffed a little returned AiArchie carelessly yet the keen eyes on eyes both worldlywise and skrowdncttd that the lads color I fs1iUt d Bud he winced the least in the I world over some remembrance Out they didnt hurt rout They t e l 7I ts- f i n didnt burn you or cut you or twist your arms or try any other of their playful ways Mrs Winter demanded and Janet began feeling the boys arms breathing more quickly The colonel only looked No they didnt do a thing I knew they wouldnt too Archie assured her earnestly I told them if they did anything Uncle Rupert and you would make them And you werent frightened away from every oneIn that hideous quar terY cried Miss Smith Oh my dear She choked Well maybe I was a little scared I kept thinking of a rotten yarn of Kiplings something happened to him down in the underground quarter In just such a hot nastysmelling hole I guess as I was In you remember Miss Janet about the game of cards and the Mexican stabbing a Chink for cheating and how Kipling jumped up and ran for his life never looking around and dont you remember that nasty bit how he felt sure they had dealt with tho greaser their own way and hed never get up to the light again Ive been remembering that story all this afternoon answered Miss Smith with a shudder Agreeable little tale said Aunt Rebecca dryly Archie you must havo had a right nasty quarter of an hour How did you get away Why a Chink came and called the little man oirand there was a lot of talking which I couldnt hear and the cop was swearing I think they didnt like it But in a minute the Chinas man he was an awful nice little feller he came up to me and took me out led me all sorts of ways not a bit like the way I camo In and got mo out to the street The other fellows were very polite they told me that they were my friends and only wanted to find a clew to my kidnapers and the jokoIword under compulsionwhy they wouldnt hurt me for the worldl I pro tended to be fooled and said it was all right and looked pleasant but Id like to scare them tho same way once all tho same Tho boy caught at his Up which was trembling and ended with a shaky Ifugh Miss Smith clenched the fist by her side but she dropped the arm near Archie and said in a matterof fact sprightly tone Archie you really ought to go dressand wash for dinner excuse me for mentioning it but you have no idea how grimy you are The commonplace turn of thought did its errent Archie who had been braciug himself anew against the her tor which ho remembered dropped back Into hU familiar habits and jumped up consciously Its the dust motoring be offered bashfully I ought to have washed before I came up Well thats all we came straight here Now may I go take a bath Aunt Rebecca was fingering a curi ous jade locket on her neck She watched the boy run to the open door- I wish youd go into your room colonel said Miss Smith and seo that nothing happens to him Its silly ILIlIJTRATIOf VCTAVE THftNET c9v AlJTHcve OP- 7ffFI 4W247 lANgftlOUR GOPYIJGHT19O7 Bob5iMKiILL CO but I am expecting to see him vanish agxlnl The sentence affected the colonel unpleasantly why need she bo posing before him as if that first disappearance had had any real fright In ItY Of course she didnt know yet al though Aunt Rebecca might hate told her she ought to havo told her and stopped this unnecessary deceit that ho was on to the game butho didnt like it Unconsciously his inward criticism mado his tone drier as ho ro plied with a little bow that ho Im agined Archie was quite safe now and he would ask to be excused as he had to attend to something before dinnerWas it his fancy that her face changed and her eyes looked wistful It must have been Ho walked stiffly away Hardly had he entered his room and turned his mind on the changed situation before the telephone apprised him that a gentleman Mr Gardiner who represented the Firs less Cook Stove said that ho had an appointment with Col Winter to ex plain the stove should he be sent upZ Directly Endicott Tracy entered smiling Wheres the kldY I know hes back wore his first word and he explained that ho had been hunting the kidnapers to no purpose Except that I learned enough to know they put up a job with the justice all right I got next to that game without any Machiavellian exertions But they got away Who is It1 Any of Kcatchama gangAtkins said the colonel concisely Tracy whistled and apologized Its a blow he confessed That little andIknow he has been mousing round at the hotels after Keatchama mall Ho didnt get IU No Carey had covered that point Cary has thought this all out very carefully but Atkins has got on to the fact that Cary was hero in this hotel with Keatcham But he doesnt know where we como in whether Keatchams gang Is just lying low for some game of Its own or whether wovo got him At least I dont believe bo knows You ought not to be talking no free ly with me I havent promised you anything you know warned the colonel But youve got your nephew back all right wo have been on tho square with you why should you butt InY I know you wont- I dont seem to have a fair canto observed the colonel And I think the old boy Is going to give in ho has made signals of distress to my thinking Wanted his mall and wanted to wrlti and In formed Cary ho saw him for the first time todaythat ho had bigger things on deck thin tho Midland and wanted to get at them Were going to win out all right Unless Atkins gets at him tonight the colonel suggested You oughtnt to have come bore Gardiner Dont go home now Walt until later and let me rig you up in another lot of togs and give you my own motor car BetterTracy was more than Impressed by tho proposal hb was plainly grateful Ho entered with enthusiasm into the soldiers masquerade Tracy had al ways had a weakness for theatricals and some of his Hasty Pudding Portraits of Unknown People Wo Know had won him fame a Cambridge Ten minutes later there iat opposite the colonel a florid faced nistachcd west era commercial traveler whoso plaldcil tweeds being an Ill adised venture 0Haleys which tho colonel had taken off his hands and fourd no subject of charity quUo obnoxiou + enough to do serve them naturally lid not fit tho present wearer but salted his inane complacence of bearing tad might pass for a bad case of ready made purchase Now said the advfior Ill notify Haley to have my owi hired motor ieady for you and you ctn slip out and fake it after youve ha something to eat Heres the restaurant card Haley will be there liavo it at tho drug storo on Van Ness streetZialey will give you the nunibarand got home as unobtrusively as possible You can peel off these togs in tho motor if necessary Youve your own underneath except your coat Wrap that in a newspaper ani carry it I dont know that Atkins Jias anyone on guard at tho hotel bt I think it more than likely ho Btupects sonio connection between our party and Keatchamu But first tell me about Atkins what do you know about him Its an American name America can tako all the glory of him I fancy said Tracy Hes been Keatchams secretary for six years Ho seems awfully mild and useful and timid lies not a bit timid Hes full of resource hes sidled suggestions Into Keatchams ear and has been gradually working to make himself absolutely necessary I think he aimed at a partnership but Keatcham wouldnt stand for It I think It was in revenge that be sold out some of Keatchams secrets Cary got on to toIl r how ho managed but he showed him up and Keatcham gave him tho sack In his own coldblooded way I know him only casually But my cousin Ralph Schuyler went to prep school with him PO I got his character straight off th9 bat His father was a patent modiclne man from Mississippi who mado a fair pile a couplo of hun dred thousand which looked good to that section you know I dont know anything about his people except that his father made the Celebrated At king Aguo Busters and that Atkins was ashamed of his people and shook his married sisters who came to see him in rather a brutal fashion but I know a thing or two about him ho was ono of those bounders who curry favor with tho faculty and the popular boys and never break rules apparently but go off and have sly little bats by themselves Ho never was popular yet somehow ho got Into things he know where to lend money and he was simply sickeningly clever in math ho was a wonder Ralph hated him For ono thing be caught him In a dirty lie Atkins hated him back and contrived to prevent his being elected class president and when he couldnt prevent Ralphs making his senior society the happy thought struck Atkins to get on tho Initiation committee They had a cheery little branding gamo to make the follows quite sure they belonged you know and he rammed his cigar stump Into Ralphs arm so that Ralph had blood poisoning and a narrow squeak for his life You see that Im not prepossessed In tho fellows favor lies got too vivid an Imagination for mol Seems to have acquiesced the colonelI you know Tracy mado an effort to bo just1thlak Atkins was rather soured Some of the fellows mado fun of the Ague Busters he had a notion that the reason It was such up hill work for him In the school was his fathers trade No doubt ho did get nasty licks at first and hes rovengful He hasnt got on in society outside eitherthis ho lays to his not being a university man You see his father lost some of his money and put him to work instead of in college lIe was willing enough at the tlmeI think ho wanted to get marriedbut afterward when he was getting n good salary and piling up money on his tips ho began to think that he had lost more than he bad bargained for Al together hos soured Now what he wants Is to make a thundering big strike and to pull out of Wall street buy what he calls a seat on the James and set up for a southern gentleman lies trying to marry a south era girl they say who Is kin to the Carters and tho Byrds and the Lees and the Cnrys why you know her shes Mrs Winters secretary Doesdoes she cage for him Th9 colonel suddenly felt his mouth parched ho was savagely conscious of his mounting color What a fiendish trick of fate ho had never dreamed of this Well whether she cared for him or not the man was a brute he shouldnt get her That was one cot tainty In tho colonels mind Why Cary vows she doesnt that It was only a girlish bit of nonsense up In Virginia that time ho was pros pecting you know But I dont feel so safe Shes too nice for such acur But you know what women are the nicest of them seem to bo awfully queer about men Theres no betting on them Im afraid not remarked the colonel lightly But he put his fingers In side his collar and loosened It as if he felt choked- Because he had a dozen questions quarreling tot precedence In his head he asked not one Ho only inquired regarding the situation discovering tbat both Mercer and Tracy were equally In the dark with himself as to Atkins plans Atkins storo of Information Atkins resources How he could have waylaid Tracy and tho boy without knowing whence they came was puzzling It was quite as puzzling however assuming that ho did know their whereabouts to decide why he was so keen to interrogate the boy In fact It was as Tracy said too much like Prof Santa Annas description rot a German definition of metaphysics A blind man hunting In a darkroom for a black cat that Isnt there In any event you would better keep away fromme was the colonels summing up of the situation I dont want to be Inhospitable but the sooner you are off and out of the hotel the safer far your speculation Friends will please accept tho in timation said Tracy gftodhumorcdly Very well Ita 23 for me Im hoping youll see your way clear to run over as soon as the old man has surren dered Im going to Invite hIm to make us a proper visit then and see tho country Im always for lotting tho conquered keep their sidearms Ho went away smiling his flashing smile and turned it up at the hptcl as walked out the Colonel made no sign of recognition from the window whence be observed him Instead ho drew buck quickly frowning It might be a mere accident that only a hands breadth of space from the young An Dont u She Walk Folne and Straight IHarvard man was a dapper little shape In evening clothes a man still young with a round black head if so It was an accident not to the colonels liking Damn you whispered Rupert Winter very softly What is your lit gameAt he descended having tele phoned Haley to meet him at tho court When ho entered and sent his Blanco rapidly among the little tables by this time filled with diners bo ex perienced a disagreeable surprise It did not come from the sight of Sorgt Haley In his Sunday civilian clothes stolidly reading tho Call It came from a vision of Atkins standing bowing animatedly talking with Janet Smith Instead of approaching Haley Win ter fell back and scribbled a few words on a page of his notebook while safely shielded by a great palm Tho note ho dispatched to Haley who promptly joined him While they stood talking on apparently Indiffer ent subjects Miss Smith passed them Whether because ho was become sus picious or because she had come upon him suddenly she colored slightly But she smiled as she saluted him and spoko In her usual tranquil tone You are going to dlno with us arent you colonel Z said she I think dinner is just about to bo served Tho colonel would be with them di rectlyHaleys eyes followed her ho had returned her nod and Inquiry for his wife and little Nora with a military salute and the assurance that they wore both wonderfully well and pleased with tho country Sure aint It remarkable tho way that lady do keep names In her mind cried he An dont she walk folno and straight Oivo been always towld thlm southern ladles had the gran way wid em 01 seo now tis tbruo The unusual richness of Haleys brogue was a sure sign of feeling The colonel only looked grim After he had taken Haley to a safe nook for his confidence a nook where there wero neither ears nor eyes to be feared he would have mado his way upstairs but halfway down tho office ho was hailed by the manager The manager was glad to hoar that the young gen tleman was safely back Ho let the faint radiance of an Intelligent ro spectfully tactful smile illumine his words and Intimate that his listener would havo no awkward questions to parry from him The colonel felt an ungrateful wrath a reprehensible snare of temper which did not show In his conflentlalty lowered voice as ho replied Mighty lucky too wo are the boys all right but San Francisco is no place for an Innocent kid even to tako the safestlooking walk What sort of a police system have you any howTho manager shook his head Im not bragging about It nor about the Chinese quarter either I confess Ive felt particularly uncomfortable myself the last day WellIf youll ex cure the advice least said you know The colonel nodded He proffered I dL- n r his cigar caso txo manager comp mented Its contents as ho selected ft cigar and both gtntlomen bowed A wandering homesick Frenchman who viewed their parting felt refreshed as by n breath from his own land of admltablo manners Meanwhile the colonel was fuming within Con found his Insinuating curiosity but I reckon I headed him off And who would have thought ho wondered forlornly that I could be going to dine with thi boy safe and sound and be feeling o like a whipped hound But nova of this showed during the dinner at which Mllllcent was In high good humor having obtained informs tion about most astounding bargains In tho Chinese quarter from Mrs Wig glcsworth Her good humor extended oven to Miss Smith who received It without enthusiasm albeit courteously and who readily consented to be her companVta for tho morning sally on the distressed Orientals whoso dif ficulties with tho customs had reduced hem to tho necessity of sales at any cost Aunt Rebecca listened with an absent smile while Archie laughed at every feeblest joke of his uncle in a boyish Interest so Httlo like his former apathy that often Miss Smith eyes brightened and half timidly sought tho uncles as if calling his at tention to tho change Only a few hours back his would havo bright ened gratefully in answer now ho avoided her glances Yet somehow his heart felt heavier when they ceased For his put he was thankful to have his aunt request his company In a little promenade around tho loggia as she termed It overlooking tho groat court Sho took him aside tot tell him her afternoon experience and to ask hit opinion of tho enigmatical appearance temptedInabout Miss Smith to tell her of seeing tho latter with Atkins only that oven ing He know that It was tho lenalbla thing to dobut ho simply could not do It To frame his suplctons pastor present of tho woman he lolled to die cuss the chances of her affection for a man loathsomely unworthy of her world to balance tho possibilities of her turning betrayer In her turn and chancing any damage to her benefac tress and her kinsman for this fellows sakeno ft wasbeyond him Ho had Intended to discuss his aunts part In tho waylaying of Keatcham with calm ness and with tho deference duo her but unsparingly ho meant to show her tho legal If not moral obliquity of pitfallshideous might be tho consequences of a misstep Somehow however his miserable new anxiety about Miss Smith had disturbed all his calcula j Lions and upset his wits and he not rally any of tho poignant couldIwhich ho had prepared All ho able to say was something about the rashness of the business It was like tho Filipinos witH their bows and ar rows fighting machinegunsI TO CO- NTINUEamIIIiEli ICf RAISING BEEF IN CORN BELT FOR THE MARKET Greatest I Discretion Must Be Exercised In Selection ot Stock nnd Proper Combinations of Feeds By J B Burris I A Herd of Fat Stock Ready for Market The present era of high prices for all forms of feeding products makes It Imperative to exorclsojtho greatest discretion in for market This condition must give emphasis to the thrco fundamentals of beet production vII Tho selecti- onS of tho feeding steer the proper com binatlon bf feeds tho feeding period and conserving tho manure writes J B Burrls in tho Orango Judd Farmer- I believe that on 100 per acre land In tho corn belt than feeding cattle cannot be practiced at a profit unless ono has n wellbred herd of milking shorthorns and has a good reliable market for tho surplus milk Then also must tho calf lose none of its milk fat but bo pushed to a finish as baby beet and never carried through more than one winter It costs on highpriced land about 24 to keep a cow a year and to this PrizeWinning Youngsters squat be added tho cost and keep of a dro quite an expense in itself In or der to produce a calf that could bo bought in the open market for20 From this evidence I am Inclined to bellovo that for tho most part feed ing cattle of any age having fair tuallty can bo purchased moro cheap ly than when grown on the corn bolt farm If cattle can bo purchased MONEY FOR rpm FARMERS WIFE Verlou Ways for the Women to Erc a Penny In advising a farmers wife or laughter to earn money most people will say hens garden truck or bees1Now if you live on a farm rou know that hens and garden truck dont thrive to a Very great extent on the same farm And If they did tho family and hired help would play hobb with tho profits of either for tho first will uniformly go to pay the grocer and tho socond fill the Innner man Dut I believe bees can be profitably kept It you know how and are not afraid of them Now I dont know and am afraid of them so will leave that to some abler pen to explain says the Agricultural Epltomlst Quo way to earn n penny Is to start lomatoes and cabbage plants in the house early put only ono plant in each tin can that is unsoldered and tied together with a string keep them growing and if they aro ready to bios Bom by tho time all danger of frost Is past BO much tho better Dig a hole where you want to set them wet tho dirt in tho can thoroughly untie your string slip a knife around the can and slip your tomato Into the hole press the dirt around It and it will never know It has been transplanted and you can sell tomatoes at 15 cents n dozen before your neighbors vinca am in bloom Cabbage and melons and cucumbers cal bo treated tho same way and are all a paying crop while lettuce and radishes can bo grown ready for mar ket In the bay window or upstairs if your house la reasonably warm Shelter for Geese Old geese thrivo In all kinds of weather if given a shed shelter closed on the windward aide Better a shed to themselves than the cow bam boo I causo they are safe from being stepped I on A pasture too poor for other stock wil still do for geese Every year In which tho garden Is fertilized nnd the ground worked it becomes rlcher and more capable of growing crops 4 I I near tho place of finishing eu much tho better One of the most serious problems in this regard is to obtain cattle of good quality Thoso districts which are not es sentially dairy regions have such a mixture of varying degrees of worth leesness that It Is almost an Impossi bility to obtain a fair grade of feed Ing cattle This necessitates going to Kansas City or other western markets for feeders A steer In fair flesh weighing 1000 to 1100 pounds and known in market parlance as a na tive would be my choice As to breeds I should not bo especially partial Any one of the three recognized beef types will give good returns If selected carefully Cattle of this kind it put in the feed lot tho last half of November can be made Into good beef In from 120 to 150 days Corn clover hay silage shredded stover and cottonseed meal should be used The cattle should be made to consume as much roughage as possible from the point of economy and thus utilize all the corn plant If tho feed lot is COY ered and It should bo by all means tho amount of manure saved will bo quite an item on tho credt side of the transaction By a Judicious combination of the abovementioned feeds there is no reason why a price cannot be obtained for tho toed consumed equiva lent to that obtained on the market But this may not appear as profit Tho average corn belt farmer can feed tho products of his farm as cheaply as to haul them to market If these products Are fed on concrete floors under shelter fully tllreo fourths of their plant food value can be returned to the farm Even If only tho mar ket value of tho feeds is obtained and tho feeder did not receive any not profit from tho feeding proposition as far as tho cattle are concerned there would still bo a profit Besides tho feeding farmer Is gradually but surely adding to the material value of his farm The conservation ot soil fer tlllty Is unquestionably the greatest consideration In American agriculture ORCHARD MADE HOG PASTURE Must De Done In Reasonable and Judicious Manner Tho most ardent advocates of poison sprays to run our orchards of diseases and Insects are at tho same time the most willing to use all other available means to the same end says Homestead It is found that the dcstructlqn of the early fallen fruit is of prime Importance and this is accomplished by making a hog pasture of the orchard Some who are averse to spraying go so far as to say that when this Is done spraying Is unnecessary But while not admitting such an extreme view the evidence In favor of hog pasturing Is so strong that It Is to bo advised whenever practicable But this pea turing must be done in a reasonable and Judicious manner The orchard must not be made a bog pasture for the entire season Rather It should be used as an annex for a temporary convenience Ana caution must bo used not to overdo It Ten or fifteen hogs to the acre for a few weeks when the wormy apples are falling will be about right There are thousands of farms whereby n little extra fencing the orchard may be so utilized to the mutual ad vantage of the hogs and the orchard If it is desirable to gather windfalls tho hogs may bo kept out in the morn Ing until this work is done and then turned In to eat tho refuse A little rooting of the ground will do no harm and while there is plenty of other feed the hogs will not Injure the trees If they begin to do HO It shows that you have the ground overstocked and they should be kept out It Is not advised that this bo dono as a substitute for spraying but In oases whore spraying is not done do this as tho next best I thing If this course Is followed per slstently for several years a wonderful Improvement In the fruit will be noted Cows are sometimes used as cull caters but the objection to them is that they reach to high and devout all the fruit Whore trees are very straIght and tops upright the cows may be admitted SUGAR TRUST MEN INDICTED CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY TO RESTRAIN TRADE Corporation Six Directors and Twr Lawyers Accused by Federal Grand Jury Now YorkThe American Sugar Refining Company six of its di rectors and two other Individuals were Indicted by a federal grand jury on a charge of conspiracy in restraint oftradeThe indicted are Wash ington B Thomas president of the American Sugar RefiningCompany Arthur Donner and Charles H Senff and John E Parsons of Now York John Mayer of Morristown N J and George H Frazier of Philadelphia all of whom are directors of the company Indictments also wero found against Gustav E Kissel and Thomas D Har nett counsel for Adolph Segel There wore 14 counts in the Indictment The indictments charge the corporation the American Sugar Refining Company and the persons accused of conspiracy In restraint of trade In violation of the Sherman antitrust law The defendants will answer to the indictments in court next Tues dayThe penalties for the offenses charged in the Indictment are not so vere as they rank as misdemeanors The corporation If found gull y can bo fined not to exceed 5000 while each of the individuals if proven guilty are liable to a fine of 5000 or one years Imprisonment or both OUSTS GOTHAM POLICE HEAD Mayor McClellan Fires Bingham from CommUilonerihlp Politic Says the Deposed Officer Npw York One of the most drastic upheavals In New York citys police history occurred when Mayor McClellan summarily removed Commis slonor Theodore A BIngham for in subordination after tho latters refusal to comply with certain revolutionary orders Issued by the mayor With Gen Binghains retirement went several of his closest advisers and tho leading supporters of his regime As the head of the new regime the mayor at once appointed William F Baker hitherto a deputy commissioner who indicated that a considerable change in the policy of the department is to bo expected Gen Bingham and his friends were outspoken In their declaration that the principal lessons for the mayors act were political- TEACHERS THRONG DENVER FortySeventh Annual Convention of National Education Association Opens There Denver Col Denver Is fairly alive with school teachers They have flocked here from every state in the union and every train that arrives brings many more to Increase the throng All these visitors have como to attend tho fortyseventh annual convention of tho National Education association which was formally opened Monday evening in the great Auditorium with a general session ttt which the president Lorenzo D Harvey of Stout institute Menominee WIs delivered his annual address The convention will close Friday and many of those In attendance will then go on excursions to points In Colorado and adjoining states and to the Aiaska Yukou Pacific exposition at Seattle LINGS BODY IN RIVER Corpse Taken from Hudson May Be Stranglers Say New York Coroner and Policemen New YorkAlthough complete Identification seems Impossible there appears to be a strong probability that tho body of a Chinaman found floating in the Hudson river In tho upper part ofthe city Thursday eve ning is that of Leon Ling or William L Leon murderer of Elsie SIgel Tho mans height weight and general appearance tallies with that of Leon Ling but as the body was nude except for a silk undershirt and had been in tho water for more than a week a thorough examination will be necessary President Warns Party New Haven Conn President Taft paused In the course of an after din nor speech tp 1800 graduates of Yale gathered at the annum alumni feast Wednesday to issue a serious note of warning to congress and to the leaders of tho Republican party The president declared that If the party which placed him In power and so long had controlled tho government failed to live up to its promises and the expectations of the people it would bo relegated to the position ot a minority opposition Fifty Chinese Pirates Captured Hongkong Fifty Chinese pirates were captured by the police in an uu tenanted house at Macao after a sharp fight In which two pirates wore wounded A number of women wero Included in tho number captured and several children were recovered Toy Pistol Clues Death Detroit MichMarvin Barnett aged 14 years is first Fourth of July victim In Detroit The lad wounded his hand while firing a toy pistol Pauls Second Journey Continued StmdiyScbool Leases for July 18 1909 Specially Arranged or This Paper LESSON TEXT Acts 17MS Memory verse Jt- GOLDEN TEXT Thy word have I hid In mine heart that I might not sin against theoFga 11911 TIME Paul was at Thessalonlca Ave or six months December A D ro to May 61 and In Berea from May A D 61 to August PLACEAt Thessalonlca 100 miles west of Philippi now called Salonlca the largest city of Macedonia In Roumella TurkeySuggestion and Practical Thought Teaching tho Scriptures at Thessa IonlcarVsf 19 When Paul Silas and Timothy were driven from Philip pi they traveled southwest along the great military road which leads to Rome At tho end of thlrtythree miles they reached Amphlpolls and thirty miles further along they came to Apollonla As neither city was of much Importance tho three mis sionaries continued their journey on to Thessalonlca thirtyseven miles distant on the gulf of Salonlca in MacedoniaHere a Jewish synagogue and an easy opening for preaching the gospel They remained in the syna gogue for three weeks until finally driven away by the Jews Then they took up their headquarters with Jonas just outside of the synagogue circle Hero Paul formed the nucleus of a large and flourishing church chiefly composed of Gentiles and although ho supported himself In part by work Ing with his own hands yet he remained long enough to receive help twice from Philippi Paul had four methods of teaching the Bible to the people First he reasoned with them out of tho Scriptures basing his reasoning on true facts which they accepted Second he unfolded the truths of tho Scriptures and pointed out things they had not noticed or applications which they had not understood Paul was to them like the expert who points out to the poor farmer the rich mines of gold and silver beneath the surface Third he compared the scripture with scripture and with facts Especially did he show that Christ bad suffered This description was ono of tLo greatest difficulties In the Jewish mind It seemed impos sible that the victorious king who was to reign forever tho Wonderful the Counsellor Everlasting Father the Prince of Peace whoso kingdom was an everlasting kingdom including all nations could be an humble teacher who died on the cross But Paul showed them that only by suffering could Christ savo from sin and that by his having risen again from the dead Jesus is a living and glorious king Fourth by living the Gospel so that they could interpret its mean Ing by what he was and did As a result of his labors in Thessa lonlca some Jews believed and con sorted with Paul and N Silas The Greeks gathered in great multitudes who were looking and hoping tor a religious life The assault on Paul Silas and Timothy was Instigated by the Jews which believed not and were moved by jealousy or envy because they wore declining and the Christians were growing The Jews used the rabble vile fellows as their Instru meats and turning them into a wild mob they assaulted the house of Jason with whom the missionaries were lodging The missionaries were not at home but the mob dragged Ja son and certain Christians before the rulers shouting These that have turned the world upside down are coming hither also The charge against the mission aries was treason for saying that there Is another king one Jesus Tho same charts was made against Jesus before Pilate They were bound over to keep the peace by a sum of money or property which Jason and other Christians must forfeit if the missionaries were again the occasion of another riot Hence Paul and Silas were immedi ately sent away secretly by night They went to Berea Berea was inland about fifty miles southwest of Thessalonlca Cicero in his oration against Piso says that unable to face thd complaint at Thes salonlca Piso fled to Berea So Paul may have gone to Berea on account of its seclusion As usual they went to the synagogue where they were in troduced by their escort of Christian Jews who left them at this point The missionaries remained at Berea for several weeks until another popu lar disturbance stirred UP by their Thessalonlan enemies Paul was secretly and hastily sent to Athens while Silas and Timothy were to fol tow later The most Important book in the world for study and reading is the Bible It gives the largest fullest widest education It educates all the faculties of the soul It trains for the best life In this world and for immortal life Home rending and study of the DI ble dally Is the most important means of becoming acquainted with Its truths The chief cause of the Ignor ance of the Bible so often charged to the account of the Sunday school lies in the neglect of Bible reading at homo tho decadence of far dly prayers and family Instruction 1he Sunday school especially where the Interna tional Lessons are used Is a great aid and Inspiration to home study The whole family read study and dis cuss the subjects together No other scheme can accomplish this end so welL 1885 Berea College 1909 r FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEG PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all I f I Over 60 instructors 1175 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 De placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress u Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free tort books 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 finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable 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 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 Oar man Algebra History Science otc 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 firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information i1 culture and training necessary for a truo teacher and cover branches nocnIsary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each1 student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays ln This great deficit Js made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people I who are supporting Bcrea In order that It may train young men and women 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 fronsjthe best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge 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 winter 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 before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents totone dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary 1 with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the beet 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 t LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the limo buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay fOr cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week Inithe fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing PSSCHOOLreturn of room key library books etc This is paldbut once and is returned fJ when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build i ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition on services ot teachers all our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 300 a term 400 in lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by f tho term board by the half term Installments are as follows FAIL14 weeks 2950lnono payment 2900 n Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle of rV term 945 i WINTER12 weeks 2900rln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle pi term 900 I SPRING 10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 675 SPRING 4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami x nations 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end ot atterm receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac tion of a week On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses see below there Is a large loss occa stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only one half of the amount which the student has paid for tho remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will receive n certificate for onehalf the Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the slit dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms t The first day of Fall term Is September 14 The first day of Winter term is January 4 1910fThe first day of Spring term is March 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE- r BEREA KENTUCKY 1- I That Premium Knifei takes tho eyed of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two I r blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun ti tain people than any other dollar paper in the world j The Knife and The Citizen for1f5 I V J I 1 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not gottor 1ought to have c 31- 4r I ITHE FARM I THE HOME FRUIT GARDEN IIy F 0 CLAUK We people of Kentucky are a fruit loving and a fruit eating people And yet we do not raise in the home garden the amount ot fruit needed Why do we consider fruit as a lux UI7Slmply because we have not discovered the fact that we can nilraise fruit and make It aa eco i nomic food Fresh fruit should have a regular place on the family bill of faro and it I will add greatly to the attractive nesE of the table and the helpfulness of the diet- W1Ik In caring for fruit not only produces more profit than caring for I corn out Is a more pleasant and healthful employment Few of us over receive tiny real pleasure from growing corn and as a result we grow I the crop with as little work as possi ble and get only a small profit With fruit ones interest increases Y moro thorough work Is done and better results are obtained All farm crops are raised for one I of two purposes to produce a salable product or supply the home It you are raising for the market the should ba to produce a large 1aim of fruit that will ripen at time It can be handled In wagon J and car load lots But for the aver age farmer the aim should be to produce t a succession of fruits It is a common mistake to plant a large number of trees or vines of the same variety And of course the fruit all ripens at the came time producing much more than can be used How ouch better It would be to have I t three or four varieties that would rip 1 en one after another Not three or four varieties of onq kind but ot soy cral kinds of fruit I c A general schema might be eug seated Strawberries early and late Rapberrles early apples goose berries cherrlw early and late ap pies black berries peaches early peachealand r O J New In lo Department BEREAS MUSK DEPARTMENT I One of tho great advantages ot Borea Is Its superior work in music and the opportunities which are AIi given at surprisingly low rates for young peopleto become proficient in 11 singing and instrumental music Mr Rigby will soon begin his fifth J as Director of the Music Dee e JJear Miss Campbell who retires at the end of her third of ser vice in order to accept a position nearer her mothers home has made 1aremarkable record In her personal and In the great profici ency shown by her pupils She Is 3succeeded by Miss Ella G Hill whose t picture appears this week and who i comes with the highest reputation as a teacher of both talent and experl ence Tho Music Department has receiv ed since Commencement a most in SankeySand Major Whittle the most famous musician In religious lines was Jas J McGranahan of Ohio who like P P Bites carried tho gospel of song to all parto of our country and around the world The famous firm ot Estes and made for Mr Mc Granahan a special cabinet organ rl the best that art and skill could pro vs duce and now that Mr McGranahan io dead his widow sends this organ Iq with these precious memories to Bcrea where it finds its first place Chapelj not less than f 1s llfty persons beginning the study of cabinet organ next fall 5 Defective Logic Of course the greatest minds are sometimes wrong said the charitable- I Jperson Yes answered Miss Cay enne but that fact should not encourage I people who aro always wrong to think they have great minds J l1i + j I You may say sounds good but any small farm could produce all of theso products What would be the result Fresh fruit six months out of the year Nice canned fruit and preserves the other six months Tile long period of fruiting season gives plenty ot time for canning and drying We now believe that wo ought to have fruit and the question arises How and where shall we raise iU We must study our soil and buy the varieties ot fruit that are adapted to the conditions The soil must be mod ICed to nult the plant or the plant must be secured that will cult the soil We should never buy a plant un less we know that It Is adapted to our colt It is a fact that some varieties of peaches and apples will do well on sandy soil while other varieties require clay In general peaches and grapes succeed on loose sandy soils Plums pre fer a clay soil while apples require a medium coil All fruit REQUIRE that the soil be well drained Many ot the failures In fruit growing are due to tho Improper planting ot the young trees They should bo taken out ot the nursery in theta tho toots kept covered during the winter and set out in the early springAll decayed and broken roots must be removed leaving only smooth cut surfaces and healthy roots If a large part of the root system has broken 6ft lu transplanting the top should be cut back In proportion A large root system and a small top makes a quick growth which Is like a water sprout It Is eailly broken and bears little fruit A plant with a largo top and small root system Veocrally dies Tho top and roots should bo about equal In size Continued Next Week MISS ELLI HILL Teacher the Mu year Co that been WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN A SUCCESS Most ot the Berea teachers who took part in the Whirlwind Campaign for Education thruout the state have returned and reported on their trips They all found great interest in educa tion everywhere on the part of the best people but In some cases the officers had done little to advertise the meetings and there were very small crowds In other places there is opposition to the new school law and people let their objection to the particular form of education keep them from getting the more important benefits of schooling In general however the result of the tripswere I very encouraging I Reports from other speakers were about the same There was great enthusiasm everywhere in the state and the wqrk ot the schools and the development oC educational facilities has been greatly helped State Supt Crabbe deserves the greatest credit sendinglOUt dred a speakers took part In the camp alga and thousands of speeches were made every citizen of the state having at least one chance to hear speakers ot wide renown Make the Most of Everything A man who knows the world will not only make the most of everything he does know but of many things he does not know and will gain more credit by his adroit mode of hiding ignorance than the pedant by his awk ward attempt to exhibit his erudition Colton The Difference A Woman of work sweeps everything before her a woman of fashion everything behind her Judge roor = Love All L BrJ Senile Mtmn The weeks rain was over the sut shone gloriously the surface of the court dried Charlie Acton flour- Ished his racket exultantly The prospect of an afternoons healthy exer Glee sot the blood tingling in hit bodyJust Inside the netting the tutelary deity of the placoa chipped plaster Cupid drew his bow at a venture from the height of his pedestal Char lie buzzed a ball at him and laugher as the fragments of plaster fell off Come on Edlol he shouted Art you going to be all day Ills howl of protestfor It wai nothing less evoked a vision of a dainty maidens fairhaired and slender demure In white pique carrying herracketWhat noise you make I she said reproachfullyYou take such a lot of time titivating yourselves he answered defiantlyA speech she retorted Im sure I was very quick Just see me knock the plaster oft that chap there said Charlie buoy anUy buzzing a second ball at the statue His aim was true and a second shower of plaster fell Poor Cupid said the girl He ought to have netting put around himA lot better for the world If he had said Charlie promptly Cynic Whos wasting time nowt What are you going to give met Fifteen and a licking But youre not What Not 15 No Ill take 15 Not a licking You wont bo able to help it Come onThey took their places on opposite sides to the net The service fell to Charlie Gently he sent the ball acrossIf insult me with another serv ice like that said Edle ignoring It I wont play so thereI All right then take Watt Charlie sent in an express Got you that time I think Try it again- I will Take that Oh pretty Do you mean met asked Edle calmly Im dashed if I do my dear I meant your return Yes It did make you look a bit silly didnt Itt Think I look silly You did All right my fair cousin III make you look sillier before Ive finished with you And I murmured the damaged Cupid unheard will make you both look silly before I have finished with you Ill teach you to spoil my pins terService return and rally went on through the afternoon Charlie was hot Edle flushed and panting Her hair was no longer the perfection of neatness but Its stray curls framed her face adorably At length as she rushed across the court to take a short forehand drive she stumbled and putting out her hand to save herself fell with her palm against the pedestal upon which Cupid stretched his bow Oh oh dear she cried Ive hurt my wrist- Whats up now said Charlie standing over her and looking at the flushed face upturned to his with lively admiration Youre not really hurt are you I am Its that statue Confoundedly In the way that Cu pld growled Charlie Sure youre not shamming Im not You can look if you like See my wrist Charlie knelt down Its frightfully swollen isnt it she said extending It Its an awfully pretty wrist he said taking It tenderly It isnt Its swollen I never knew it was so pretty before ho continued Its the swelling that maken It that shape she explained It will go down in time Edle you little humbug it Isnt swollen at all She tried to snatch her hand away I must say you havent much sympathy she said Let it go if theres nothing the matter with itThere Is nothing the matter with It thats why Im keeping It I cant see what my wrIst Is to rouNo Suppose I was to ask for thehandCharlie Yes You What do you Why do you Oh dont you think we had better go on with our game Couldnt allow it my dear Your wrist is sprained Besides you h vent answered my question You shouldnt ask such silly ques IonsIs Ita silly question YesAnd whyt- Decausebecause you ought to know tho answer AhConversation became Incoherent xcept perhaps to Cupid whose Ian cage it was It was at least 15 minutes before English was spoken gain I wonder what the score was when we left pff salt Edie with a fine air- ot detachment Loveall murmured Cupid to the rosebushes I said Id teach thorn to poll my plaster Ne Y SPOILED A GOOD IMPRESSION Final Act of tnmate of Asylum Give Visitor Good Ground for Doubting His Sanity Lew pockstader tolls In the Saturday Evening Post ot a friend of his who visited an Insane alylum and came across an Inmate who was walk- Ing In the corridor His friend engaged tile Inmate In conversation and discovered him to be a most Intelllgen person posted on all the topics ot the day with rational ideas about every thing and no signs of Insanity You do not seem Insane said the visitorCertainly not replied the Inmate 1 am perfectly sane I am here because of a plot against me by some enemies If I could get word to my sis ters and brothers I would be liberated at once Also I would like a word with my lawyer To make sure the visitor talked foi half an hour with the inmate and in the end was convinced a gross injus tlcowas being done lie said I will gladly take a message to your lawyer or your brother I am sure you are saneIf you will replied the inmate I shall be under lifelong obligation tc you I am Incarcerated here for nc reason I am sane Please say to my lawyer that you saw me here and that I want him to come at once and see me so I can take steps to regain my libertyThere was some moro conversation and the message was arranged for and addresses given After other protests tlons of his sanity and assurances by the visitor that the outrage would soon be corrected the visitor turned to go As he was about to descend the steps ho was hoisted off his feet by a tremendous kick and fell Into a flower bed Ho turned to leo tho in mate grinning at him from the steps Why did you do that shouted the visitor N Lest you forget saM the Inmate shaking a finger at him Lest you forget Wrong Estimate of Succeci Dr Eliot lately president of Harv ard university said recently at a re ception in Now York My career appears to strike a considerable number of people as a successful one People congratulate mo on what they call my success But my career has certainly not been successful In what is consid ered to be the American Idea ot sue teas in a pecuniary way It is a sue cess in terms of service service to the community Now does not this refute tho common opinion that the American estimate ot success Is a pe cuniary one Dr Eliot then related an incident In one of his travels by boat when the vessels officers came to him and said Wo officers want to ask you a question We know you are a smart man We want to know why being a smart man you are not rich T Dr Eliot did not repeat his reply but concluded his remarks on the subject by saying The real American esti mate ot success in tho world is serv- Iceableness and not wealth Swearing to Validity of an Excuse Kissing the book seems to be on the point of being consigned to wellde served oblivion and England might easily take pattern by the form of oath that obtains In the Channel is lands The 12 rectors are exofficlo members of the States of Jersey and In common with other constituent ele ments of the same body they may frequently be seen with the uplifted hand swearing to the validity of tho excuse that another member is absent through illness Tho custom has been banded down from a Norman ancestry that ever recognized the sacred final- Ity of putting a man on his oath and emphasizes most strikingly the par Alai values of the right hand and of a mans plighted word Polngdestre Is stilt a Jersey surname The Guar clan Woman Skilled as Woodworker Lady Colebrooke who Is famous illko for her beauty acompllshments irid skill as a political hostess poe leases a wonderfully complete car enters and wood carving shop at Vbtngton Lanarkshire Here she has not only turned out some clever pieces of work but the has taught some of the village girls on her husbands es ate how to fashion wood byhammer and chisel Lady Colebrooke is a clever sculptor too and has exhibited at the Paris talon She shares with her husband a love of all that is artistic and beautl tul and to add to all these varied ac omplfshmenU sho can drive a four In hand and a Russian droschkynnd hreeM A P- Anything to Oblige They were a very young and obviously bride and bridegroomish look- Ing couple On entering the little teashop in the upper avenue the maid tactfully led them to a private room which chanced to be vacant Tea was ordered and served As the waitress was leaving the room the young man discovered an Important fault in the ervlceOh waitress he said may we have a spoon Sure said the girl I wont comeback for ten minutes and you can have the room all to yourselves lt Bits In Our Boarding House Why do thQ Newlyweds talk so much about going to housekeeping It- they want to go why dont they go Its a scheme to scare the landlady btico how they get the best sections of chicken t r GOOD HEALTH Dr Cowley tells how to get and keep It A series of article each one of whichmay be worth the price of a doctors bill or a coffin Especlall prepared for The Citizen THE DOCTOR SAYS SO 1 Fresh air and sunshine are necessary to good health A hot stuffy room Is a death trap Dirty air Is aifbad as dirty water 2 Night air is just as good as day air 3 Eat very little pie cake candj and sugar 4 Wash your hands before you cat They are always dirty G Never put your fingers In your mouth 6 Never rub your eyes with your flngorsIt causes sore eyes Use a clean handkerchief 7 Never spit on the floor or side walk Consumption and other disease are spread by spit 8 Brush your teeth before break fast and at bed time 9 A cold sponge bath In the morning keeps away sickness and make you healthy These are facts not theories TOLD OF RUSSIANS SUBJECTS OF THE CZAR ARE STRANGELY INCONSISTENT+ Seem Equal Mixture of Ferocity and Gentleness Story That Reveals Their Queer Ideas jn Mat lens of Discipline No one san be long associated with Russians without reaching a condition of utter amazement at the cxtraor dlnary Inconsistency of their mental makeup The kindest of men seem tt receive placidly the most blood curdling doctrines they enforce the cruelest of laws In the gentlest way or vice versa They are perfectly charming to individuals In groups ol two or three and utterly blood hlrsty to exactly similar individuals In groups of twenty or thirty Certain Jews after great massacres have tes tided that peasants have said to them Poor brothers wo must kill you An odd tale illustrating their queer Ideas of discipline Is told by a revolutionist who has Just como to this country By those who ought to know it Is said to bo typical of a singular simplicity ot mind which Is also said to bo peculiar to the Rus clans A follower of Tolstoy was called on for military service Ho presented himself to tho army omcers as required and explained that ho could not servo because of his beliefs MAh said the officer In charge po litely but you understand that this means prison toOt course You will be sent continued the officer to the Caucausus naming a prison of dreadful repute The guard will have to start at onco with you lIe turned to several other officers and discussed the matter ot tho guard for a few minutes Then ho had a happy thought Why send a guard at alii ho said You turning to the young man you can find your way there alone cant you Yes Well then that saves a lot of trouble exclaimed the officers delighted So they wrote him a careful letter of introduction to tho governor of the prison explaining that the bearer was to be locked up as soon as he arlvcd in a most unpleasant cellThats all right they said In great satisfaction We hopo your Journey wont bo too tiresome And they parted with great cordiality The young man did as ho was told und is now in prison The chances ire probably even that he and the governor will become sincere friends or that an order to put him to death will arrive and be executed In tho come impersonal eminently Russian nannor Huh Somo people find fault when eating lash because they dont know what Is In it Such souls are simply trying to dodge happiness Would anybody ever start upon a journey It they knew the cars were going to leave the track or that the bridge was sure to collapse No Indeed Would lovers of huh ever order that most toothsome viand were it not for the delightful uncertainty attached to it the compelling mystery in which it is wrapped T Why be wise when perfect happy lestf lies in ignorance Hash has tood the test of time and whatever It is made of history has yet to place a calamity at Its door Wine has caused the head to rise abovo the hurch steeples pie has ruined the digestive apparatus and hot biscuits have brought the price ot nightmares own to a surprisingly low figure but hash plain regular Inoffensive hash bas gone on down the ages and eft nothing In its wake but a food nemory and a sweet taste In the touch Why worry Boston Herald Her Hope Every woman rises In the morning with at least one glad hopo which Is- that some store may be advertising pedal bargains In something THE MARKE- TRena iPrlcas Isw rrtPotatoesEggs per dozen 14lCc Butter per Ib 15c iSaltBreakfast Bacon ICoI 4t Premium Bacon 22c IIAMS I Country 14c k Premium 15c tLard per lb 12c Pure 140 tifIjr iFryers on foot 123tc per Itt tt 1 Hens on foot per lb 9c ucn Feathers per Ib 3Qc A c jr1CornWheat per bu 16034NA t Oats 75c a bu in 6 bu Iota Cracked corn L90 per 100 Ibs a Wheat screenings 200 per 100 Ibs v tcc Ship stuff 150 to 100 per 100 bSt o Ties No 1 L N 8x7x9 450 culls 20c Live Stock Louisville July C 1909 CATTLE Shipping steers C 00 6 25 hoof stocs and fat heifers 3 50 G 75 Cows 3 50 5 00 Cutters 2 00 300 Canners 100 25 Bulls 2 00 425 Feeders 3 60 4 75 Stockers 2 25 4 CO Choice mulch cows 35 00 42 50 Common to fair 15 00 35 00 Cattle market very dull CALVES Best G 7G 6 25 Medium 4 00 6 00 Common 2 CO 400 HOGS 165 Ibs and up 7 85 ISO to 165 Ibs 715 Pigs 6 65 Houghs up to Goo 7 L SHEEP Best lambs 8 00 C7G Butcher lambs G iG- GCulls31 5 v 04 60 O Best fat sheep 3 75 4 W MESS P011K 1360v j f r HAMS Choice sugar cured light ti and special cure HHc and 15c heavy to medium 14c 1 BREAKFAST BACON Wic 1 BIDES ISftc 0 p BELLIES 1434c- BIIOULDEIIS v J lie 4ftDRIED BEEF 16c V LARDPure tlercea 133c tub 13c pure leaf tierces lie firkins l4ctubs 14hc Cr t+ JGGS Case count 18c H 1UTTER Packing ISVic Elgin cream V STY 60 lb tubs 2lc prints 29j4c e ftl POUITRYIlene 12c roosters G4 printers 18 and 21a ducks Sc tuf keys 12c geese lic1WHE-ATNo 2 148 No3 OATSNow No 3 while 69c Nor 2 nixed C7c CORNNo2 white 78cNo 3 id H id 76c ra ltYENo2 Northern 96c sfi I IN WASHINGTON Continued from pint rag v- At any rate it is evident that ho heard ot the narrowly averted action Jand of the willingness of the Senate to let the matter come to vote for on Friday morning ho appeared Cu ba floor ot the Senate and took up the reins ot power again Immediately the air cleared The weather cooled down Incidentally Lad the Senate turned to and Sid j tho best days work ot tho session In tho tore part of the afternoon Mr + Aldrich tried to have the Sonata Cfee to vote on the amendment at mn oclock on Saturday When he was resisted by Senator Cummina ho took the bit in his teeth and announced hat he would seek to pass the amendment at once By evening it was soured that tho measure would pass at a touch A little more than an hour was consumed In taking test rotes on various different forms of t the bill This was to enable the dlt erent Senatora to show their coast tuenta just what sort of a bill they could have preferred to have passed iIt their individual form ot It could have been accepted Finally at even oclock on Friday evening the vote was taken which actually indlcat ed that tho Senate was through with the amendment The voto was prac Ically unanimous only three Demol rate and eight Republicans voting lagainst tho Presidents proposal y Son Aldrich stated yesterday that he expects tho Senate to pass the fntlre tariff bill on next Saturday The general opinion is that the cor oration tax will be accepted by the louse of Representative without rotest or amendment Unless tho i measure la repealed within a coupled years It seems now clear that resident Taft has scored a victory Senator Bradloya amendments to tJ nablo farmero raising tobacco to oellV It In small quantities without l aylrigf heavy Intorntt revenue duties have f- ft not been taken up thin week r Tommys RebukeISmall Tommy after the slipper airlmall Tommy Cause Id be ashamodSf to grow up and become a tcnlldfJTi beater T r c fereefofoRelNofe W rHefofefofefosefefNfefof- ei 0 Berea and Vicinity i o 0 o G GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES fMM NS 0- eeoeoeoeoeee DR BEST DENTIST CITY PHONE 103 OFFICE OVIR POST OFFICE I L N TIME TABLE SOUTH BOUNDLocal Cincinnati 645 a m 825 p m DEREA 1114 a m 1226 p m NORTH BOUND Knoxville 630 a in 1100 1 m BEREA 129 p m 400 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 765 a m Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p m BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m Knoxvlllo 700 p m 650 a m EXPRESS TRAINS Stop to let oft or take on pasSengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 816 a m BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND DEREA 436 p m Cincinnati 835 p m W J Blanton has announced for tho Republican nomination for magis trate of this district Mrs Anna Jett and Mrs Range have returned to their home In Tennessee after a visit to their dater and aunt Mrs T J Flancry I The Madison County Sunday school convention will bo held In Richmond t on Aug 7 and 8 at the First Presby terlan Church Among those who will be present will bo somo ot the best Sunday school workers ot the state Tho Bores Male Quartetto will furnish music All Sunday schools are lnvltcd to send largo delegations E Guy Tankereley a former stu dent writes from El Paso Tex and withes to bo remembered to all his Berea friends iftfn I L Isaacs and son Earl Hln ton who have been guests of Mr and MrsrJ II Jackson the formers par I cuts at Berea returned home Wedncs dayMr J H Jackson tho traveling salesman for Curry Tunis Norwood ot Lexington lost a 3210 horse sup posed to have been killed by llght alng a wek ago last Sunday Woo want your wool at the highest muket price on Depot street A L Gott Co Mr C C Preston has been visit lug his brother James for the past few days at his homo In Indianapolis IndI Tho Disciples church and Sunday school had their annual picnic Satur day at tho Dig Spring on Mr John sons placo abouta mile from Berea All tho usual picnic games and amp le basket dinner were heartily en joyed ty the little folks and also by the older ones Miss Estella Blckncll Is here from her home at Hczcl Green as tho guest of her aunt Mrs Jas Early Mr Henry Combs has returned from v Indiana where he has been for tho pastfew weeks t FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain in good condition Apply to J J Grcenleaf Assignee Richmond ICy Mr U M Burgess left Sunday for Lexington where ho has a position in a hospital Mrs Burgess will Join him In about two weeks Willie Click of Kerby Knob is visiting his sisters Viola and Mrs Henry Lengfollner hero this week Ho will work In Berea this summer I Mrs Elijah Hudson of Dreyfus is p tho guest this week of Mr Frank Hays and family V Mrs Jaa Ltuvlllo who has been sick for somo time Is able to bo out Again We Ball all kinds of feed coal ice cedar and locust posts and best QuaU ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on the market v V Phone 169 Holiday C- ofp7 Railroad St Berear Ky f The Union Church and Bible pchool picnic held last Saturday at Slate r Lick was undoubtedly the most suc 4 cessful in several years both in tho size and enjoyment of tho crowd and the delightful dinner served by v the ladles of tho church A ball game between Dr Cowleys class and tho rest of the Sunday school and foot races formed the chief entertainH ofment of tho afternoon Miss Edith Llnvlllo loft Saturday for Rockford to visit her cousin Miss Nora Llnvlllo for two weeks jMrWJll Swopo was In town for a 1r dayti or two last week returning to Ills home in LexingtonSunday Misses Nina and Bertha King and Mrs U M Burgess were in Rich mond Monday Mrs J W Evans and Mrs Richard Moore were In Conway at the first ot tho week visiting friends Miss Ada Dlnkleman was called to Cincinnati Monday on account of the death of her aunt who lived there Messrs Lucian and Bernard Lewis came last week from Chagrin Falls 0 to see their father Mr Pal Lewis who Is very ill at his home on Forest streetC Bender was In town over Sun day calling on his friends Miss Bess Hays came Friday from Gadsden Ala for a two weeks vacation with home folks FOR SALEOne nearly new 20 II P boiler and engine sawmill and plan Ing mill complete with tine shaft rip saw resaw emery wheels and steam dry kiln all in good running order It cuts from six to eight thousand feet a day For prices and Information call on H Muncy and Sons Berea Ky Phono 57 or Sand Gap Ky Phone 8 on McKee line Mrs S B Hunting and daughter Helen returned to their home at Northflcld Mass Tuesday after a two weeks visit with friends here WANTEDNews Tho Citizen is a newspaper and we always want all tho news We have not time to call on every one In town every week and some times dont hear Important things till too lato to print them And sometimes wo hear wrong But wo want to print all the news and have It right So if you have any thing of interest wo will bo mighty glad to have you call us up or drop In and It you dont and the Item gets over looked or Is wrong dont blame us Remember the phone Is No 16 and the office Is open all day and we want news Eugene Marsh who has been visit lug in Cincinnati will return with Dr and Mrs Herget Miss Bess Marsh left last week for Seattle Wash to be with her grand mother She will bo at the Washing ton State University next year Tho case nt Mr L P McWhortcr against tho Town Council of Berea has been decided agatnta the Council It had passed an ordinance providing for the Inspection of meat before slaughter and sought to collect from Mr McWhortcr a fine for violation of tho ordinance Ho brought action to test the validity of the ordinance and tho court granted a permanent Injunction against tho Council forbidding it to attempt to enforce the ordinance or collect tho fine The decision was given on two grounds First that tho ordinance was never passed in a valid and lawful manner and SecondThat If It were so passed It was void because of unreasonable ness and Indefiniteness Miss Grace Hays and Mr Charles Fulkerson were quietly married Tuesday morning by tho Rev Mr Brand enburg at his home They left on tho noon train for Jollet Ill where the groom Is employed In the gymna slum of tho Central Presbyterian Church They were warmly congrat ulated and given Godspeed by a number of friends Tho Rev and Mrs C A VanWink lo are being congratulated on tho arri val of a flue boys Monday evening- A pleasant visit has been made to Berea this week by Mrs Boyce formerly Miss Salllo Waldron and her husband Miss Waldron was well known here for a number ot years Word cornea from Schenectady N Y that William Tosh formerly one ot Boreas most popular boys is well employed at the General Electric Works there He is happily married and has a year old daughter He remembers his Berea friends pleasantly Miss Josephine Robinson recently made an address on Education in the Southern Highlands before a largo audience at the Congregational Church at Milford N H Dr E Albert Cook Ph D form erly a professor In Berea College and editor of The Citizen besides fill lug his duties as a professor at the Congregational University Montreal Is acting as pastor for the Calvary Church there A queer report got around town last week that KIdd Richardson and Bennett Fowler who are In the west had been killed In a train wreck There seems to have been no truth In the report further than that a couple of men were killed None of tho marks of Identification sent by tho police seem to correspond with the young men from hero Dr Davis says WILSON TO RUN AlAIN The Citizen is pleased to be able to announce that Squire Wilson has at last consented at the urgent solicitation of his many friends to make the race for renomination for Magistrate of this district He had found the duties of the office rath er troublesome because of his conscientious way of fulfilling them and was at first inclined to refuse to run but has been so strongly urged that ho has finally consented He will make the race on his record for tho last four years not only because of the even Justice he has dispensed as a magistrate but because of his good work In getting pike appropria tions and attending to the other du ties which have fallen to him Others who are running for the office are Jlr W J Blanton the school teach er Mr S B Davidson and Mr Short The report from Rising Sun mad last week that Ernest Hays had been captured there has proved false Sheriff Johnson had a pleasant trip up there to look at the captured In dividual but found that tho only crime ot which tho fellow was guilty was in having spoken of rIding thru Richmond Hays Is still at large and tho otter of a reward Is still out WEALTH FROM WISDOM New York Is the most progressive city In the worldIt Is the richest in the world Its rich men are the richest and there are the most of them and Its poor men are better off than the poor men in other cltled It stands at the head of our modern civilization where all ths rest of us would like to be Therd Is more reading done In New York than in any other city In the world There to more than one perl odical printed there every day for every man woman and child in the city There Is one newspaper that sells more papers every day than any other newspaper on earth nearly three quarters of a million copies eac day ot the year That paper uses twenty tons o paper for each issue And It prlnti enough papers BO that there is one for every homo in the city On every street car you wills all the people reading papers all the time Iu every home you will see a pile of newspapers on tho table In every mans pocket you will see the latest paper New York Is the readlngest city on earth Is there any connection between these two tactsIt is tho readlngest and the richest Of course there is a connectionthe same connection that there Is between eating and being strong Thru the newspapers that It reads New York gets the Informa tion that makes her greatthru the newspapers that they read Its cit izens got the information that makes them successful Anil this is Just the most striking example that Is all Tho same thing Is trueeverywhere The men that read that keep up with tho times always ready to learn new things the men that uses their brainsthose are tho rich and successful and the useful and tho happy men There Is nothing to help a man along like a good paper SORTS FOR HOT WEATHER By Dr 0 B Haack Dont wear tightfitting clothes Dont drink beer or other alchollc drinksDont drink ice water or Ice tea cool them by putting Ice around the glass not In it Dont keep your doors closed out door air is natures electric fan Dont eat much meat turn more to fruit and vegetables And above all T U f Itemst o 0 0 HERE AND THERE o- foil o S Owing to the heavy rains the work on Pearsons Hall has been greatly hlndred The brickwork however is now nearly up to the first floor and with better weather conditions the work will be pushed forward as rapidly as possible The stone linings iron columns and steel I1 beams will be on the ground In a very few days ready to go into the construc tion Dr and Mrs Lyman jot Ypsilanti Mich who have been visiting here since the meeting of the K E A left Tuesday noon for the north A convocation meeting was held Monday night at tho presidents house to hear reports from the nine men who worked in the Whirlwind Campaign The reports were most enjoyableDr E Thomson went to Cincinnati Tuesday morning and expected to return with Mrs Thomson Wednesday Mrs Thomson has been recovering as rapidly as could be hoped for and Is now nearly well Dr R H Cowley will leave with in a day or two for Rochester Minn where ho will spend a couple of weeks studylhg In the operating room of the Mayo Brothers probably the most successful surgeons of our day Messrs RIgby and Dlzney attend ed court In Richmond Tuesday Miss Martha Click who is to take the place of Miss Moore at tho hos pital Is expected to arrive and take up her new duties soon Dr and Mrs Herget of Cincinnati and their son John and Mr and Mrs Drake also ot Cincinnati are expected here within a short time to spend their summer vacations QUEER SIGHTS AT SEATTLE A reproduction in natural colored sugar of thestato house at Honolulu Hawaii standing 25 feet high is to be seen in the Hawaiian building at the Seattle Worlds Fair A chupk of coal weighing 2700 pounds Is on exhibit In tho Mines Building at the AlaskaYukonPacltlc Exposition It Is from a Washington State mine So comprehensive is the exhibit of the Fisheries Department of the Nat ional Government at the Seattle Worlds Fair that the only thing left In tho sea and not shown is Mc Glnty in Davey Jones Locker One pleasing feature ubout yourI Exposition said an Atlanta newspaper man in speaking of tho Seattle Worlds Fair Is that there Is no extortion permitted There are prices to meet everyones pocketbook A complete history of our country may be gathered In a short space of time from the papers and curios on exhibit in the State Department at tha Seattle Worlds Fair Seven different car lines a steam boat line and automobiles are employed in carrying the crowds to and fror the Seattle Worlds Fair The spiritual and Intellectual de velopment ot the Great Northwest Is as fully exploited by the AlaskaYukon Pacific Exposition as Is the commer plal and Industrial growth Water at reItailedseen almost any weekday at St Day in Cornwall In all probability there is no other case of the kind in Eng land The charge for the water Is a cent per pitcher The water is obtained from what Is known as Noguo Shoot about half a mile from the vil lage where there is an abundant supply of pure water WORRYA Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a simple nonintoxicating remedy recommended to girls and irregularityfallingother form of sickness peculiar to females I TAKE CARD U IIJ9 It Will Help You A Mrs 2i 0 Beaver of Unicoi Route No1 Mar bleton Tenn writes I suffered with bearing down pains feet swelled pain in right side headache pains in shoulders nervous palpitation and other troubles I cannot mention but I took Wine of Cardui and have found it the best medicine I ever used for female troubles Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES TO SAVE THE BOYS ROBERT RAIKES IDEA IN START ING SUNDAY SCHOOLr Movement That Is Now WorldWide EnglishAgo One Sunday morning a hundred years ago a workingman carefully dressed in his best suit camo out of his house on the main street of the old English town of Gloucester and strolled leisurely down the hill The New Inn was fronted then as It Is today by a square garden overhung by the carved galleries of the tavern There was a mcssclad well in the center and about it were beds of sweetsmelling pinks and columbines But the calm of that Sunday morn ing was destroyed by a crowd of street boys who fought over the flower beds making the day hideous with their noise and coarse talk Tho printerfor printing was his work on weekdaysstopped in the midst of the crowd and looked steadily at the boys Presently he said to him self At this rate those boys will soon utterly to the bad That must not bet There are good possibilities in them Here boys he called aloud come with mel He led them yelling and pushing down the street into his own quiet house planning as ho wont how to keep them there- I am going he said presently to start a school for you Now and here It shall be a free school I will be the teacherThe boys received the news with shouts They were too ragged and grimy to go to church on Sulvdays No other decent place was open to themTho next Sunday his house was crowded with the same class of chil drenThe idea of a free school on Sunday appealed to every Christian asa most hopeful plan for the rescue of children from wickedness It spread through the town through the shire through England It was adopted in France and Germany ft made its way to Australia and to the United States Now in every country in tho world and in every sect there are these schools in which every Sunday morning the Bible story Is told without money and without price In the staid old city ot Gloucester they still show you the New Inn and the garden where the boys played and tho old brown house with its peaked roof in which Robert Raikes that long ago morning taught the first Sunday schoolFrom Rebecca Hard Ing Davis Three Little Stories in St Nicholas Work for the Young Man There is a place for you young man and there is a work for you to do Rouse yourself up and go after it Put your hands cheerfully and proud ly to honest labor A Spanish maxim runs He who loseth wealth loseth much he who loseth a friend loseth more but he who loseth his energies loseth a1U His Query A foreigner watching a young kit ten playing with its mother asked of his friend Vat you ze cat call ven he is a little pup MEMOIRS Comrades We are again called up on to note the sad fact that another chair In our Post is vacant On the 8th ot May last the death angel removed from our ranks a worthy member and transported him to the regions of the great beyond from where no traveller ever returns and today we miss the familiar face of our esteemed Comrade M J Gab bard who for many years has been a faithful and loyal member ot this PostHe is now gone and we shall see him here no more But recollections- o his gentle and unassuming relation of friendship cahnot but remain in delible upon the minds of those with whom he has been associated in this assemblyIt fitting tribute to the memory of Comrade Gabbard to say that heI was an honest man and true to principles of justice and fair dealing He was firm In hla convictions and outspoken in his opinion of things and was faithful to the interests of the Grand Army and the fellowship of his comrades He filled with distinction the honor ed position of Commander ot this Post and many other Important posi tions Ho was promoted to the high office of Adjutant General of the Grand Army ot the Department ot Kentucky ant served with distinction and honor both to himself and the fraternity Comrade Gabbards military service was first in Co D in the 8th regi Dent of Kentucky Volunteer Infantry In tho Civil War He was discharged from said service on account ot ill health He afterwards enlisted in Co E of the 47th regiment of Kentucky Volunteers where ho remained until the regiment was discharged Ho was a faithful soldier and loyal to his duty and to tho Flag oC his Coun try And during all the years since bo was discharged front the army he has lived a quiet and sober life and was at peace with all with wfiom Ha 4 associated We are sorry to loss the comrade A ship of our friend butt trust that ouraHeavenly Father of whom 16 Is He doth all things well has takenthim to a better land where tho rav age of war and the tolls and disap polntments of life shall disturb him no more forever We resolve that this memoir be spread upon the minutes ot our post and a copy be furnished The Citizen with a request that It bo published A P Settle L V Dodge On the 26 of May 1909 our esteem ed comrade Thoa Watkins was call ed away from earth to the unseen world For many years lie had been a worthy member of Capt James West post- Long ago paralyzed so as to be al most helpless he could not attend our meetings unless brought in a vehicle and lifted almost bodily there from In the midst of all the Incon venience and pain which ho suffered he maintained a constant cheerful ness In all tho relations of life he was kind and courteous He had an upright personal character and was a faithful adherent of the religion ot the Lord Jesus Christ In view of the above facts- Resolved that as a post we mourn the loss of Comrade Watkins and ex press to the members of the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy Resolved that a copy of this memor andum and resolutions be furnished The Citizen with a request that they be published LeVant Dodge A P + SettleCommittee Berea Ky Juno 26 1909 ICc WE HIDESMoFURSJ BUY IFealbtrs Tallow Beeswax Gfaseaa Golden Sral YellowRoot etc We youthanlouimlleWriteping tap We furnish wool bias free I HI SABEL SONS CaTOUaHIO IN teas I 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY o- i I I Photography Interest ererybody AMCKICANP- IIOTOGIIAI A HT tcidin It Beautiful picture month I ly prize coatfui piau- eaiUdupxttkaf I u I ned Sample copy fre 1 II you Mention this paper I Amtrlon Photography a Beacon St ucTRICIANod MCIIANIC I ll a raagasln for everybody Learn 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not killed until a temperature of 178 der green is reached As to cold it might almost be said that no cold is great enough to de wstray all traces of life certainly no natural cold is great enough it is only 4 Rbythe extreme cold produced by ar- I means that all life is ended For frogs the limit Is 18 below zero for myrlapods 68 below for snails 184 below a greater cold than is produced p by nature But the greatest cold registers are E the bacteria The germs of the plague + I have kept their vitality for several months In a temperature of 21 below t those of diphtheria have remained anJI below The greatest cold sustained is by the germs of tuberculosis which are I not affected by 148 below and suc cumb only to cold represented by 256 below zero- MONARCHYS I HOLD ON NATIONS Republican Movement Practically Ex tlnct In Europe s Nothing is more remarkable in the last quarter of a century than the re- t viva of monarchy There was once a strong republican movement in Eng land It is extinct In Italy repub ilicanlsm was a religion It is now partykassassination of the king and crown prince of Portugal consolidated instead of shattering the dynasty When the mort republican of northern nations severed its con nectlon with the Swedish crown the 11 Norwegians immediately created a new monarchy Not even the influence of r IJ Americanjrepublic The present generation has crowned new kings in Servia and in Roumanla Russian revolutionists are tolerably radical but no serious party and no sane politician has proposed to replace the imtocracy by a repub lican president Outside Europo the provedtChina has proved in defeat the utili ty of the monarchical principle Out side too American hemisphere there l are tody only two republics of note the ancient confederacy of the Swiss cantons and the not yet 40yearold French republic Appletona i Italian Revenge CoIhlsfaa story of Italian revenge A vendor of plaster statuettes saw a T chance for a sale In a welldressed bibulous man who was tacking down e t the street You buya do statuette ho asked t atluringly holding out his choicest ofI i fering GarrrlbaldlI sella him verra cheep Do grreata Garrrl t I t baldl only thlrta cents x t Oh toll with Garibaldi said the awsbibulous one making a swipe with his toyIt 1 For a moment the Italian regarded i the fragments Then his eyes flash ing fire he seized from his stock a f statuette of George Washington You toll a with my Garrrlbaldl hey hissed between his teeth So He raised the Immortal George high above his head andcrnshl It flew Into frog ments1 alongside of the lil fated Garl baidL Ha I to hella wid your t George Wash Ha halEvery bodys Magazine 0 J ITALY IS IN TERROR VEW EARTHQUAKE CAUSES PANIC IN MESSINA AND REGGIO FULL DAMAGE NOT KNOWN District In Which 200000 Were Killed Last December 9galn Rocked and the People Flee from the Cities Ruins Messina ItalySouthern Italy and Sicily whore 200000 lives were lost December 30 by the most terrific earthquake in history hav o again been shaken and had Messina and Reggio which were laid in waste at that time been rebuilt they no doubt would bo devastated again today The full measure of damage and loss of life in the new shock are not yet knownIt seem that nature is de termined to blot out Messina but recently one of the fairest cities in the world While minor shocks have been of frequent occurrence in Sicily in the last six months they became more serious and caused considerable alarm The most severe quakes camo at 720 and 725 and were similar to the fatal disturbances of December being accompanied by the same roar ing noises that added to the terror of that fateful night The population again fled in fear and cries of terror rent tho air The people hurried to the open places praying to the saints that their lives might be spared- It is Impossible to accurately de termine the number of casualties Some of the reports are alarming but they cannot be verified So far as Is positively known only a few persons were hurt One woman was killed by a falling wall and a child was seriously Injured Gradual ly as the confidenco of the people returned Messina had acquired a popu lation of something over 25000 but now the people again are in terror and do not feel themselves safe even in the temporary huts erected for their shelter and bave fled to the country preferring the shelter of trees and caves to the danger from falling walls They lack food and covering and are camping out In pitiful and desolate groups Sailors soldiers and policemen have been sent out through the district to prevent looting and give courage to the people Between eight oclock at night and 720 oclock in the morning eight shocks were recorded and the instruments at the observatory registered a total of ten shocks of varying severity The shocks both hero and at Reg gio created a great panic among the people of these two cities Walls of houses not completely demolished In the visitation of December were shaken down and the inhabitants of the towns rushed from the streets The earth shocks have been becom ing more Intenso recently and they were sufficiently severe to cause alarm The shocks were undulating and vertical and accompanied by deep roaring sounds The first one was followed by an explosion like the roar of cannon and lasted between eight and ten seconds It Is said that this quake was of greater severity than the fatal ODO December 28 WILL INSPECT MISSISSIPPI Inland Waterways Commission Starts from Buffalo on Long Trip to Mouth of Ohio Buffalo N YThe Inland waterways commission under Instructions of congress met here Thursday and started on a trip of inspection that will last two months Tho commis sion will go by lake to Duluth and thence to St Paul whence It will start down the Mississippi river end lug the inspection at the mouth of the Ohio The commission will be met at St Paul by prominent business men interested in tho deeperchannel project and several Important mat ters including the proposed harbor plans for St Paul the improvement of tho Minnesota river and the high dam question which covers proposed work between St Paul and Minneap oils Late In the month tho body will leave for Europe to inspect the water ways of Germany and Holland i Champlain Fetes Opened Crown Point N YThe fetes in celebration of the tercentenary of the discovery of Lake Champlain began here Monday In the presence of a multitude of persons Tho exercises are taking place near the ruins of Old Fort St Frederic and of Fort Crown Point The local program included elaborate water pageants depicting the discovery of Lake Champlain and the fight of tho Algonqulns and Hu rons led by Champlain against the Iroquois A hundred and fifty In dians took part in these pageants Fol lowing came tho presentation of the Indian drama Hiawatha Lincoln Pennies Are Ready Philadelphia The now Lincoln pennies coined at tho United States mint In this city are ready for delivery Tho new pieces are much like the old ones with the exception of the Indian head Steel Men Get Wage Increase Baltimore MdThe wages of the 3600 men and bays employed in the plant of tho Maryland Steel Company at Sparrows Point have been in creased ten per cent thus restoring the scale in effect before April 1 I COME OVER INTO KANSAS AND HELP US MILITARY TOURNAMEUT OPEN THREE THOUSAND REGULARS GATHERED AT TOLEDO Troops Representing Every Branch of Service Give Stirring Exhibition at Camp Taft Toledo OThe great military tournament at Camp Taft which has been established in Bay View park was formally opened Monday and for a week the officers and men of Uncle Sams army will give exhibitions ot their work in time of war and peace Three thousand troops are here representing every branch of the service and they are demonstrating the ef ficiency of tho army and its readiness to meet all conditions much as the efficiency of tho navy was proved by the globetrotting cruise Many thousands of visitors wit nessed the maneuvers Monday for in addition to the peoplo of Toledo the tournament has attracted a very large number of persons from all the middle western states Eleven thousand spectators are accommodated ID a mon stet grand stand that has been erectedMaj Gen Fred D Grant command ing the department of the lakes Is in command of Camp Taft and the field events are in charge of Capt A J Bowley First Field artillery Tho sol diers have been training for the event for months and go through their drills and maneuvers with astonishing speed and exactness The commands that are here are the Second Infantry from Fort Thomas Ky whose predecessors participated In the defense of Fort Melgs In the war of 1812 the Tenth Infantry from Fort Benjamin Harrison Ind the machinegun platoons of tho Second Tenth and Twentyseventh Infantry and FIf- teenth cavalry six companies of the Twentyseventh Infantry the third squadron of the Fifteenth cavalry and Battery F of the Fifth artillery from Fort Sheridan III Company L Third battalion engineers and Company A signal corps from Fort Leavenworth Kan balloon detachment of the sig nal corps with United States dirigible No1 from Fort Omaha Company C hospital corps and a detachment of cooks and bakers from the barracks at Washington FREED THEN REARRESTED Brandenburg Acquitted In Cleveland Letter Case But Is Held for Kid naping His StepSon New York =Although Broughton Brandenburg was acquitted Tuesday of the charge of grand larceny In con nectlon with the sale of an alleged spurious letter of Grover Cleveland to the New York Times he had only a few minutes of freedom Before leaving the courtroom he was rearrested and will be taken to St Louis next week for trial on a charge of kidnaping his stepson James Shepard Cabanno III The maximum penalty for kidnaping in Missouri is 20 years Imprisonment Plttsburg Strike Is Settled Pittsburg Pa The street rail way strike which cost the city of Plttsburg more than 200000 In two days was officially declared to be at an end at 1030 oclock Monday nightIn the private office of Mayor Wil liam A Mageo artlcleslwcre signed by officials of the Plttsburg Railways Company and an executive committee from the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway employes which will for years to come prevent another tie up of tho 400 miles of street railway tracks In and about Greater Plttsburg and Allegheny county Retail Coal Men Convene Chicago Several hundred retail coal dealers members of tho Illinois and Wisconsin asociatlon gathered Wednesday morning In tho Sherman house and opened their fourteenth an nual convention President H A Robinson of Peoria was In tho chair and after Walter S Boffle had wel comed the association to Chicago ho delivered Ills annual address Harvard Crew the Victor New London ConnIn n grand ex hibition of rowing by a crow remark able for Its physical power and endur ance Harvard defeated Yale In their annual varsity boat race on the Thames The crimsons crew led from start to finish and won by six lengths Harvards time was 2150 Yales 2210 By this victory Harvard won her second consecutive boat race front Yale In 28 years Not since 1880 and 1881 has Harvard won two consecu tive races from Yale Since 1885 Hal vard has won five times r nn WRIGHT MAKES FLIGHTS Repeatedly Circles Fort Myer Ground Attaining Speed of ThlrtyElght Mlles an Hour Washington Calm confident and nerveless Orvllle Wright late Thurs day afternoon encircled the Fort Myer drill grounds time after time in his aeroplane In three succcsitul flights while a crowd of thousands cheered him for the success that at tended his persistency and pluck Mr Wright would not estimate the speed at which tho aeroplane trav eled and the length ot the flights could not be accurately determined Maj Squler expressed tho opinion that the rounds on the first flight were approximately half a mile In length As the machine made three rounds In 60 seconds each It probably was travel- Ing at a speed of 38 miles per hour After the apparently unsuccessful attempts of Tuesday and Wednesday the performances of the lying mat chine were inspiring While the ma chine oscillated at certain points It was evldeut from the regularity with which these things happened that they were due to the condition of the atmosphere and not to any fault of the machine MAN 0 PEACE FOR THE SICK Miss Harriman Hoists Red Cross Flag Over Ferryboat She Provide for Consumptives New York Miss Mary Harriman eldest daughter of E H Harriman raised tho Red Cross flag Thursday over an Erie ferryboat which she has fitted up and donated to tho Brooklyn Red Cross society as a man o peace for use In the war on tuber culosis The boat lay at the anchor age off Columbia street Brooklyn and there Miss Harriman received Its first pasengers men women and chil drop who are victims of the white plagueThe boat Is fitted out with accom modatlons for 300 patients and they will be given three meals a day and all tho milk and eggs they can con sumo For the commissary Miss liar rlman will forage her fathers at Arden Attendants and tarmI are provided and there will open air school for Brooklyn who have been kept out of school because they are tuberculous TOLD TO WHIP HUSBAND Pennsylvania Woman Instructed by Court to Thrash the Man Who Mistreats Her Wllkesbarre Palf your husband abuses you again give him a good thrashing and If that does not cure him bring him to me but I think tho thrashing will do the business This was the advice given Tuesday by Al derman Donohue of this city to Mrs Michael Promack of Dupont who had her thin fivefoot husband arrested on the charge of abusing her She said he married her for her money and not geting It 111 treated her As Mrs Promlck is six feet tall and well built and as the husband is loss than five feet and does not weigh much more than 100 pounds the al derman thought tho woman could In diet more telling punishment than the law She said she would try it Descendants of Signers Meet Philadelphia The Descendants of the Signers lineal descendants of the men who in 1776 affixed their names to the Declaration of Independence held their annual meeting Monday In the old state house in the same room where their ancestors adopted the famous document Tho sessions wore presided over by the president Albert McClellan Mathewson of New Haven Conn 15000 Tin Workers Strike PItts burg PaFully 16000 men em ployed In plants of the American Sheet and Tin Plate Company quit work at midnight Wednesday and the Amal gamated association claims that 20000 men ultimately will be affected The principal storm centers will be at Newcastle and Sharon Pa Youngs town 0 Bridgeport 0 Martins Ferry and Cambridge 0 Wheeling W Va and Ellwood City Ind British Official Assassinated LondonA startling doublo assas sination of a political character oc curred late Thursday night towards the conclusion of a public gathering at the Imperial institute An Indian student shot and killed Lieut Col Sir William Hutt Curzon Wyllle and Dr Colas Lalcaca of Shanghai Accused of Thefts New York Max Walk chief of the band accused of stealing 200000 worth of goods from tho Adams Express Company was arrested X Y CORPORATION TAX GOES INTO TARIFF BILL SEMAT ADOPTS TAFTS SUBSTITUTE FOR DIRECT INCOME TAX AGREED TO BY VOTE OF 60 TO 11 Many Democrats Voted With the Republicans for AmendmentEarly Decision Was Somewhat of a Sur prise to Many Senator Washington July 3The corpora tlon tax amendment which was suggested by Provident Taft drawn by Attorney General Wlckorsbam and presented to the senate by Mt Aldrich chairman of tho committee on finance Is an integral part of the thrift bill aa that measure now stands After much tribulation the senate reached a vote on tho proposition shortly before adjournment at 7 oclock Friday night and tho amendment was agreed to by the largo vote of r0 to 11 With nil modifying amendments disposed of many Democrats voted with most of the Republicans for the amendment Only three Democrats voted against the provision on tho final vote but sorno refrained from voting at all Tho test vote was on tho substitu lion of the corporation tax amendment for tho incomo tax provision and on that voto 45 senators cast their ballots In the nnirmatlvo and 31 In tho nega the On this ballot all tho Democratic votes were cast in favor of tho income tax which also received tho support of n number of insurgent Republicans The Income tax question disposed of the senate Saturday will enter upon the administrative features of the tariff bill probably taking up the maximum and minimum rate provision The reaching of a vote came as somewhat of a surprise to a large ma jority of tho senators but not to Sen atop Aldrich and his Intimate advisers Mr Aldrich himself had been confident from the time of his arrival in tho senate early In the day after a brief vacation that he would succeed In get ting a voto before adjournment Tho result shows that while tho situation seemed extremely critical for a time the chairman of the finance committee did not count without a thorough un derstanding of the situation SHOT RANG OUT From the Priests Burning Cottage and He Was Found Dead With a Re volver In His Hand Denhora Springs La July 3News has just reached here from French Settlement 23 miles south of here ot the sensational suicide of Father A Seyp the rector ot the Catholic church there early Friday morning Neighbors discovered the cottage oc cupied by tho priest adjoining St Jo sophs church on and went to the rescue Before they reached tho building a shot was heard The fire was burning briskly In tho bedroom occupied by the priest and It was extinguished after a hard light Tho prelftt was found dead In bed with a bullet hole through his head and a pistol in his hand Those who know him declare that his mind had become unbalanced Ho had been acting strangely of late Ho left no statement Cannon Was Loaded With Dynamite PhllllpsDuri N J July IThe first serious Fourth of July accident In thin vicinity occurred here Friday when two boys each lost a hand and one may be blind Charles Glddcns and Ells worth Davis each 16 years old were loading a cannon with dynamite when there was an explosion Their fingers were blown oft and Davis eyes burned so badly that It In feared the sight has been destroyed Later tho Bur goons amputated a hand for each boy Landslide Buries Forty Men Newport Monmouthshire England July 3A landslide occurred here Fri day afternoon at the works connected with tho new docks As a result 40 men were burled alive Several bod lee have ben recovered Communication has been effected with those still alive and food and cigarettes have been sent In to them through pipes Deputy Sheriff Killed Denver Col July 3Whllo attempt- Ing to arrest George Jamison charged with horse stealing at his ranch near Chico N M Friday Deputy Sheriff T R Kent of Folsom N M was killed and Sheriff Williams was perhaps fa tally wounded Tho officials in attempt lag to surround Jamison were fired upon by tho latter and live others Woman Shoots Herself Harrisburg Pa July 3Mrs Mary Ercklns aged 26 known here aq Be atrice Scott committed suicide here Friday by hooting herself through tho heart She had boon worrying over debts Her homo was In Tampa Fla Crew Escaped Detroit lIch July 11110 schoon er John Schuottc of Toledo waft sunk Friday evening off the shipyard of the Great Lakes engineering works In the lower Detroit river In collision with the steamer Alfred Mitchell of Duluth rile crow escaped Bigamist SuicideSan Antonio Tex July 3Ten min ties after he was married to a young woman of this city Friday Kdrl Clark was arrested for bigamy A few mitt utca ltor ho swallowed polsm and his rocoreTy doubtful DRINK AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS Some Statistics as to the Relation of Intemperance to Pauperism In European Countries European statistics as to tho relation of intemperance to pauperism are I less abundant than might bo supposed largely perhaps because it Is only in recent years that tho temper anco movement has gained a popular hearing In most communities there The following official figures complied from some of the larger centers of population however reveal In strik ing manner the evil Influence of alcohol upon social conditions through out parts of the German empire and elsewhere where drinking customs have long prevailed In tho great Charity hospital of Ber lin Dr Slemerllng reports from 433 to 619 per cent of alcoholics among all the patients admitted In two sue cessive years Dr Gorge Kcfcrsto of Lunoburga cites statistics of 60 years standing of the city of Osnabruck where 56 per cent of all paupers were declared to owe their condition directly to drink lie cites also the reports of the German labor colonies showing that aof 44539 men admitted in the period j 18821891 no fewer than 77 percent owed their condition directly or Indirectly to alcohol i and he quotes with approval tho declaration of Grumbrecht a member of tho Gem man parliament to tho effect that whoever has watched attentively for a term of years the work of applied charity in a fairly large city cannot escape tho conviction that nine cases of pauperism In every ten must as sociate their condition with the use and abuse of Intoxicants An estimate published in a period foal devoted to the Charities of lIam burg ascribes 50 per cent of the pau perism of that city In the year 1903 toIntemperanceNor estimates ascribing from onethird to one hait of the rec ognized poverty of Germany to the effects of alcohol vary greatly from the estimates made for England by British investigators and time careful statistics compiled for America by the Committee of Fifty Such correspond ences cannot well bo accidental They give secure warrant for the belief that at least onethird of all tho rec ognized pauperism in tho most highly civilized communities of Christen dom results from bodily and men tat inefficiency due to alcoholic In dulgenceA correspondence of testi mony shows that the same causo is responsible for the mental overthrow of fully onefourth of all tho unfortunates who are sent to asylums for the insane for the misfortunes of two fifths of neglected or abandoned chil dren and for the moral delinquencies of at least haf of tho convicts in prisons and of not less than four fifths workhouses of the inmates of jails and DRINK CAUSES SORE EYES Numerous lilt May Be Traced to Ef recta of Exposure Resulting from Drunken Debauchery IThe eyes may be affected with or chronic Inflammation Almost all drunkards have tho latter more or less Their eyes are red and watery and have an expression so peculiar that tho cause can never be mistaken This and a certain want of firmness about the lips which are loose gross and sensual betray at onco the toper Drunkenness im pairs vision Tho delicacy of the retina Is probably affected and it is evident from long continued Inflamma tion the tunica adnata which covers the cornea must lose Its original clear ness and transparency Pleurisy often arises In drunkards from their remaining out In tho open air or exposed to cold and damp In flammation of the intestines of the kidneys pf the bladder etc Is liable to occur both from general excitement and particular irritation of these organs Rheumatism Is often traced to the neglect and exposure of a fit of drunkennessThere organ which so rapidly betrays tile bacchanalian propensi ties of Its owner as the nose It not only becomes red and fiery like that ot Bardolph but acquires a general Increase of size displaying upon Its surface small pimples either wholly of a deep crimson hue or tipped with yellow In consdquence of an accumulation of viscid matter within them The rest of the taco often presents tho same carbuncled appearance NAll Saloons Dao Clinton N Howard of Rochester N Y spoke in Chicago recently under the auspices of the Chicago Law and Order league on What Shall Wo Do with the Lawless Saloon There is just 100 per cent of tho saloons that are lawless declared the speaker A lawless saloon sells liquor wherever whenever however and to whomever It pleases You can not leave it alone for it will not leav you alone Those who pay the bitter price of the saloon are the mothers the wives and children thtta who do leave it alone I t J IDT bInAT twYPoI t EDWARD CLARK comwI l7 lPo9 8 WAP rrlgsoll A8HINQTON Congress almost every year has before it tho case of some West splrUs der tho Impulse ot tho moment commit ted some act of hazing or ot another kind of a discipline breach and therefore suffered dismissal Tho life at West Point Is a hard one and each successive board of visitors la likely to make some suggestion to make tho cadets condition just a little mot B Irksome Just now there is speculation on tho subject ot what tho official visitors of the year of grace 1909 will recommend as an addi tlon to the academys code of discipline Sometime ago a clergyman of the Church of England ofVthoMethods of the Institution and so he rose at reveille and made tho cadet day his own until taps had sent the stripling soldiers to their blankets The clergyman after seeing lights out went to the offl 1mav WJC44 ffRULL UftDCR ARftt tern racBZ and there In response to a question from the superintendent of the academy he summarized his opinion of the days duties of the cadets by paraphrasing the remark of the Frenchman on one of the Crt mean battlefields Its magnlllcent but Its a beastly grind Lord Roberta not look ago declared that the United States school on tbo Hudson Is the greatest military insti tution In tho world The hero of Kan debar doubtless had made some study of the records and of averages for history shows that In the number of soldiers entitled to be called great West Point baa turned out more than all tho military schools of the con tinent combined Obedience and discipline are the foundation stones of the success of a soldier according to all the author ties who judge solely by results ob tamed DUobedianco of orders moans from the military academy I I Disobedience orders Is a PltSTOL CADET practically the school Infractions of regulations may In a sense be termed disobedience but they are never so regarded In any of the worlds schools Boy nature would needs be remade it the rules of any Institution were to be kept to the letter of the lawDiscipline at West Point Is rigid to severity As far as disciplinary methods are concerned the school never changes It Is the same today as It was In the days of Grant and Leo Take a day at the academy and compare Its duties with those of any other institution no mat ter of what country and it will be seen that in comparison to tho cadets labor the work of stu dents at other schools Is but play During certain months of the year there U little play at West Point Drill In the open air gives the requisite exorcise to keep the physique right and for rep nation apparently there Is no need The routine has changed a little with the pass lag years but In a general way the days pro gram at tho academy Is like this Rovclllo at 0 oclock roll call at 620 breakfast at 625 guard mount at 715 recitations and study hours from 8 until 1 dinner 1 until 140 recitations and study from 3 until 4 drill from 4 until 620 parade at 530 supper at 6 study from 7 until 930 tattoo then taps and sleepThere are no recitations at tho United States military academy on Saturday afternoons and the cadets are given what la called release from with permission to Visit one another in barracks or to roam about the reservation ta king good care under pain of dismissal to keep from going off limits Release from quarters never comes for some cadets The breaking ot some small rule means confinement to quarters or the walking ot extra guard tours The boy who unwittingly puts on a pair of white trousers having an Iron rust stain on them and wears them at drill or at dress pa rade will know no release from quarters for daysShould a speck of rust be found on his rifle at Sunday morning inspection ho will shoulder that rifle and walk two or more hours up and down the area of barracKs as a sentinel without charge while his more fortunate comrades are experiencing the ecstasy which comes from per mission to ramblo about the parade ground and to view the hotel and other delights of civiliza Lion from a distance Upon occasion the cadets are given permission to call upon friends at the little hotel on the res ervation If however a boy commits the enormous offense ot leaving the main parlor ot the hotel to visit his father or mother In another room and tho net should be discovered ho will never see tho Inside of that hotel again until many weeks have by and he has expiated his crime by many extra tours of guard duty In the broiling sun weather or a Highlands Vlntor r In an elder day the academy and It may be so today the mall bag into which tho cadets dropped their letters was hung with wide distend ed mouth just Inside the door of the guardhouse Until the first call for breakfast the guardhouse was off limits The Instant the drums rolled the cadets could enter the building and drop their letters One morning a cadet stood without the door holding his letter In his hands The drum mers sticks were poised tremblingly waiting to fall for the pounding out of the first call for breakfastThe saw the poised sticks entered the guardhouse and dropped his letter just as the first note of the call sounded Ho bad passed through the doorway just onesixteenth of a see ond too soon An omcer saw him mall his lotS tor and a report of off limits went In which caused tho unfortunate letter mailer to perform extra guard duty for 16 long hoursnot consec utlvo hours however On tho first hook on the wall of his alcove the cadet must hang one specific article of clothing on the second hook another article and so on If perchance the youth hangs his dresscoat on the nail sacred to the overcoat be can bid farewell to relpase from quarters for two Saturdays at least and U perchance the shell jacket hang on the hook given over to trousers he may add three more days of confinement to those which have Accrued from the crime of the mliplaced overcoatThe cadet runs a yardstick along the toes of the extra shoes which under regula lion must bo placed in regular order beneath the foot of his bed If tho toe of one shoo protrudes half an inch beyond the toe of Its mate the cadet gets one demerit mark It more than one pair of shoes shows symptoms ot Irregular ity in the matter of toeing the scratch the cadet will receive a sumclent number of demerit marks to enable him to realize thoroughly the beauties of a right line as applied to something besides geometryIt beastly grind as tho English clergy man said but It Is a grind that has Its uses and the proof of It Is written In all the records of the serviceHazing is In a sense an hereditary habit The army omcers who have been asked in the years that are past and who are being asked today to root out the practice of deviling the plebe at West Pont did not and have not all of them their hearts in the work for were they not hazed themselves and wore they not In turn hazers Nino out of ten of the hazed will toll you today that they profited by the experience When Gen Ulysses Simpson Grant entered plebe camp a first classman who noticed the boys strong build Intimated to him that it would be pleasure to have him call immediately at the seniors tent Grant went There is a rule at West Point was a rule In Grants day as I well that any cadet who asks another to perform any mental work for him shall be dismissed tram the service The first classman knew too much to ask his visitor outrIght to do anything of the kind but here is the way which veracious academy history says that he went at it I presume Mr Grant that you have lived on a farm and such being the case you undoubtedly have had rare opportunities to note the effect of the suns rays on certain objects Now If you had left In the sun a water bucket that was innocent of the retention of a single drop ot the fluid what do you think sir would have been the partic ular effect of the sun upon that particular water bucket I think said Cadet Grant that it would get warped and leaky Very well Mr Grant you show erudition beyond your years Now U you will look at my water bucket you will see that it leas dry as a chip By tho further ex ercise of your knowledge and observation Mr Grant can you tell me by what means I may prevent the warp- Ing and leaking ot my bucket Have It filled said Grant Very good again Mr Grant but pray note what you said have It filled not fill it That necessarily means Mr Grant that some one must fill it for me You have shown so much acumen that I fear to violate the terms of your proscription either in letter or in spirit which I should do If I presumed to carry the bucket to the water tank myself Grant filled the bucket- A member of the West Point class of 1870 now an officer of high rank in active service tells this story about the first day in plebe camp of Frederick Dent Grant son of Ulysses An upper classman bent on nothing else than having some fun with the son of the famous general asked him on his advent into camp while he was 1 dismissal 0 u e 4 of direct DRILL BY thing unknown at quarters rolled orzero at which still wearing the clothes ot civil life Which do you think Is the greatest man Gen George Wash ington or Gen Ulysses S Grant Prods answer blunt and quick was Washing ton may have been the greater man but my rather was the greater soldier Mr Grant said the upper classman to com pare your father to George Washington In any sense is like unto the comparing of a plucked hen to the American eagle Then there followed a fight but It was stopped almost InstAnter by some first classmen because the place was too public Gen John M Schofield was an artillery officer The army has It that Schofield had a distaste for the Infantry branch because of an experience which he underwent during his first week as a plebe at the military academy Some yearlings chased Schofleld up a ladder from the cock loft of barracks to the roof The future hero of Franklin was clad only In a night shirt When the rot was reached the cadets gave Scho field a rifle marked out a sentinels beat on the tin roof and started the future artilleryman on his walk back and forth wIth the musket on his shoul der They kept him at It with few Intermissions from taps to reveille Edgar Allan Poo was a cadet at West Point only for a short time Army tradition holds nothing con corning the hazing of Poe The academy however Is tho custodian of one of Poes first poems which is nothing short of a striking example of the boys witWhile Poe was at the academy Lieut Joseph Lock was stationed there as a tactical officer Lock was the strictest kind of a disciplinarian and he was constantly reporting Poe for offenses which brought as their naturalconsequence some heavy punishments Poe had his revenge In a poem which the curious may find In a volume called Tlo Taos which was published years ago by the cadets John Locke was a great name Joe Lock is a greater In short The former is well known to fame Tho latter well known to report There Is or was one form of hazing at West Point which has in It the essence of cruelty This consists in milking a plebo read with appropriate gestures and the proper Inflections all the nice things which llo newspapers of his home town printed about him when the announcement of his appointment to a cadetshlp was made Imagine If you will the feelings of a green youngster as he stands upon a barrel reading to an assemblage 6f possibly CO yearlings the editorial statement of the local papers that Henry Smith doubtless will be superIntendentand manly figure Henry has in him the making of a great soldier We shall hear of his deeds on the field of battle as a leader of his countrys hosts in case dread war shall comes I NEWS OF TIE STATE Summary of Matters of Special Interest to Our Readers CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE A Uniform System of Accounting Is One of the Most Important Needs of Kentucky Declares State Inspector and Examiner Thatcher r Estlll Springs KyA uniform sys tom ot accounting Is one of the most Important needs in practical adminis tration of publics affairs relating to rev enue In Kentucky declares State In spector and Examiner M H Thatcher who has urged the enlistment of tho press of Kentucky In behalf of the en actment of a law providing for such a system throughout not only state and county but municipal offices ot the commonwealth This was tho theme of Mr Thatchers address before the State Press association here 3OV WILLSON ORDERS PARDON In Several Cases But Refused One to Frank BallMurderer of Jack Frankfort KyGov Wlllson com muted the sentence of Richard Ram sel sentenced in February to two years for accepting abribe while employed as a park guard to six months The offense for which Ramsey in company with two other guards was arrested was holding up couples found in compromising situations In tho park for hush money His two compan ions never served time although In dicted Gov Willson decided that Ramsey had been discriminated against and that outside influence was brought to bear against him Gov Wlllson also granted a pardon to Carl Mitchell and W R Brasher The men were soldiers in tho rider district and had been indicted on the charge of breaking and entering into a car on a railroad and with intent to steal property therefrom Gov Willson stated that there was no ground for charg lag them with any unlawful intent and that the charges were made against them in the interest of those who were opposed to the soldiers being stationed at GuthrIe The governor refused to grant a pardon to Frank Ball the murderer ot Jack Blen at Middles boro Richard Weston of Bell county charged with manslaughter was pardoned and Arthur Cleveland of Bell county charged with manslaughter had his sentence of five years commuted to two years WHEAT CROP IN KENTUCKY Looks Much Better Than Last Year Tobacco Crop Will Be Largest Ever Raised Frankfort Ky Although there has been more rain this June than any year for a good many years nevertheless the wheat crop Is much better than it was last year There has been some nist and scale to put in Its appear nnco but on the whole the condition ot the crap is encouraging A high price is expected by the farmers for the crop Contrary to the reports from other sources Commissioner of Agri culture Rankin says that the tobacco crop this year will be the largest ever raised In Kentucky KENTUCKY HAS OPPORTUNITY To Become One of the Greatest Coke Producing States Frankfort Ky Kentucky has an op portunity to become one of the great est cokeproducing states in the union if the coke coal which this state produces is used according to the annual report made to Gov Willson by C J Norwood state Inspector of mines Prof Norwood says that tho coal along the Big Sandy valley makes Ideal coke and that but little of It is used for that purpose Winchester KyThe meeting of the district board of the Burley Tobac co Society here to consider tho con tract for the pooling ot the 1909 tobacco crop was an open one and several hundred people upon the an nouncement of President Lebus that the session would be open and the pub- lIc invited assembled in the court house The secretary read a statement of the societys financial condition showing a surplus of 300000 on June 26 Lexington KyTwo automobiles valued at 3000 each out ot the shops of the Lexington Motor Car Co were destroyed by fire in a freight car In the Clnclnnatl Southera yards here A negro was drawing gasoline from the tank of one ot the automobiles when another negro entered the freight car with a lantern causing an explosion Louisville Ky After choosing Lex ington Ky as tho placo for tho next annual convention and electing offi cers the convention of the Kentucky Association of Graduate Nurses ad jonrned Louisville KyA Scott Bullltt who says ho has been employed by Louis vllle business men to prevent the operation of an alleged poolroom across tho river In Jeffersonvllle addressed letters to Oscar Johnson sheriff of Clark county Indiana calling on him I to enforce the law CAPITAL NOTES Jf l Prison Board and WardenAre Praised The board ot prison commIssIoners t and Warden E E Mudd are highly is praised by the Christian Endeavor So 1 ciety of the prison here of which Henry E Youtsey serving a Ufo sentence for the murder of Gov Goebel is pre ident The blessings of the Almighty are invoked on the officials and the 4 praises of the convicts are shouted for t the Improvements which are being made I Kentucky PickUps I Louisville K7A fall raco meeting will be held at Churchill Downs Ittt iwill be of two weeks duration and will open about October 1 r Louisville Ky Traflie was stopped by a washout on the Louisville division biItythe Illinois Central tracks n Frankfort KyA corps of sunsyors employed by the Louisville B Xash+ vllle left here for Versailles to begin a survey of the extension of the Lou isville Atlantic to this city w LexInglonKyiProf n G Lowery ot NlcholasvlUc assumed his duties aar4 0 superintendent of the Pythian Widows Y rand Orphans Home in this city SUIt4ti ceeding A C Byers resigned tMtuckyDr M B Adams of tbiscity was in 4tdorsed for state superIntendent ot the Sf AntiSaloon LeaguezLouisville KyThe German Amer t lean Alliance In this city unanimously voted to send the largest delegation to the annual state convention of the jtbody In CovIngton July 10 that has ever represented the local association iBurlington KyThe flame from the 4wasf16 miles away The villagers and if htfarmers In this part of Boone county i were under the Impression that a great conflagration way in progress in Cln clnnati I I 1 Louisville KyThat railroads whlcllf rservo LouIsVllle are showing favorlb t lam for other cities and particularly j shippers of Cincinnati and Evansvlllo l 3 t were charges taken up by the Lumbet 1 Association of Louisville Local lum 1 nor men claim that Louisville is din 1 j criminated against In point of rates taithe north and west ll Owlngsville Ky Sherman Robin h t son one of the colored soldiers din i tom charged by President Roosevelt foi t shooting up Brownsville Tex got ti drunk in Sharpsburg proclaimed him self a bad man from Texas and shot I up the town He was arrested and = V fined 1EO and given 75 days in Jail lthe limit of the law for his offense t Lexington KyTho Louisville A Nashville took formal control of the Louisville Atlantic running 101 Imiles from Versailles to BeattyvilU Junction all stock having been bought iaSoutheasternused In opening practically undevel x oped coal mineral and timber fields 1Jjtf t Frankfort Ky Thomas L Brooks 4 a negro contractor of this city wufJgIv-en the contract to erect the 4yingtrial Institute ot this city the largest Institution of tho kind in the state r and one of the largest In the southVEvery bit of work that can possibly be done on this building by negro Will be done The bid is 28975 laborr1 I Middlesboro KyJ M Mares ol t lNorton Va a railway engineer fa tally shot Anna Haynes of CorbIn and Robert Culbertson of Coeburn Va a t lhImselfy his life with the revolver Mayes endeavored Sf to sever his jugular vein with a pocketknife but was unsuccess w r ful Mayes had purchased tickets foi himself and the woman to CorbIn and i bad checked her trunk but she ran 4 off with Culbertson Both men have families tNA tax Winchester Ky Articles were alga t ira ed here creating a corporation td be n known as the Burley Tobacco COIDud i J1to be controlled by tho Kentucky Bur ley Society which takes In the burley p tobacco growing section ot this state J Ohio add Indiana The plan is to use r 10 per cent ot the proceeds from thllj w years pooled crop to capitalize company which is expected to be in active operation In one year Presi dent Lobus of the Burley Society made tho statement that on a pooh of J J t 15000 hogsheads the corporation would I rearn 1800000 Glasgow KyThe firm of J Q Greer k Co merchants and fine stock raisers of Lucas this county filed a petition in bankruptcy placing their resources at 5000 with an indebted ness of 7000 t- KySuitWinchester Is threatened by the Burley Tobacco Society against independent manufacturer who failed to take and pay for tobacco purchased in tko sale of November 24 The aft clety bas retained attorneys and ceedtngs will be Instituted unless thrdelinquents settle immediately r sr r l W J l lJIIl a1 East Kentucky Correspondence i 1News You Get Nowhere Else i ire oontipoidtnc piblUbtd ulna signed U tea by the writer Till nm L tMt tor rtHeatioi bit H am rUoea of rood Mitt Write Manly NRNsIsMoteo o 4Remember the Beginning of the Public Scheols All our public schools will be be about this time Let every iginningl girl be awake and on band I the first day Let every parent make plans so that no child will be I kept out of school a single hour I Children can LEARN more than they can EARN I MADISON COUNTY I E IJUKVFU8 Dreyfus July 4A large crowd attended the Home Coming at the t Daptlst church here June 27 Din groundr A was morn IEermon the Rev J W Parsons lIr John Dean of Berea gave a fine address i In the afternoon There were J several other good Addresses Mi I Clint Carrier and little daughter ti Addle spent Tuesday night with his daughter Mrs Tom Winkler and f1 was accompanied home by his little granddaugliter Miss Llmle Wlnkler l Mr James Denny who has consumption is slqwly improving Mr and Mrs WAV Jones spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Luther Klmberlaln I Mr and Mrs Ed Rose and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Le- I man Rucker Mr Luther Klmberlali who has been sick for tho past week is able to be out again Mrs Etti I Spencer who has typhoid fever 1s slowly improving Mrs L B RIddle and children who have been vlsltliy her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Young left this morning for her home OhioMr and Mrs Charlie Joni landfamily returned here last Wed f 1nesday from Indiana They will make i their homo here Miss Elza Rose and Miss Ellen Land spent Sunday with Miss Candls Denny Mr and t Mrs Joe Todd spent a few days last J1 week with Mr Tom Wlnkler Then is a good deal of sickness in this Mr and Mrs T M Jones HI Ivicinity with Mr and Mrs Jasj Baker ot Berea Mr and Mrs John Dean and Miss Fannie Moyers ol r Berea visited relatives at this place Saturday night and relatives ftl t Brassfleld Sunday Mr John Benge e was the guest of Earl Klmberlaln Saturday night t t I LAUREL COUNTY t 1IOMIA9I Bonham July IWe are sorry that l1 ISquire Billie Johnston who has been v long wlh consumption died June 26th His body was laid to rests in the Tanner grave yard He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his death We had the biggest rain in several years here July 1 Not much damage was done COm crop looks wellJames Hos klns who has been down so long with fever is not much better OWSLEY COUNTY GA1IHAUU Gabbard July 3The weather has been beautiful the past week and farmers have been making good use of ItMr and Mrs Walter Reynolds spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs J L GabbardMr and Mrs James Bicknell of Meadow Creek visited l relatives at this place Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs A J Baker via ited relatives at Boonevllle last week Misses bale and Alice Gabbard of k Buffalo Creek passed thru here Sun day on their way to Jackson W N Duff and wife visited Wm McIntosh and family Sunday Wm and J M Helton of Rlcetown visited relatives in Breathitt County Saturday and SundayA J Edwards of Manchester r is visiting relatives In this neigh borhoodDelaneY Bowling of Ever 1solevisited his cousin Finley ot this I Saturday and SundayDudley Reynolds of Cow Creek was at Rice town Thursday to get some sheep Wm Reynolds son ot M J Reynolds accidentally shot himself in the ankle s t last Sunday M J Reynolds Ts very I sick this week but is some better at this writing Mrs John A Noble of brothermond Davidson will teach the school at this place and Eugene Garrett at Grassy Branch J G Rowlett of Travellers Rest passed thru here Friday on his way to the upper coun ties in the interest of The Citizen and t the Stetson Oil CoMiss Callle Butt of Rlcetown left last Saturday f for Lexington to spend the summer Elmer E Gabbard left for Jackson i fSaturdayttI TKAVKLEUS HEHT Travelers Rest July 3We have bad some high water in this part The little Sturgeon creek was all c over the bottoms and damaged crops considerably Jane the wife of H 1 C Smith died in Oklahoma June 24 and was brought back and laid to rest in the New Hope cemetery She leaves n a husband and five children to mourn their lossW T McGuln and wife of Leighton visited at Endee an- di It t flt czY Travellers Rest June 2930Farmers are getting along fine with their crops in spite of wet weatherJ G Rowlett Lao gone to Leslie Perry and Breathitt counties in the Interest of The Citizen and other work Schools around here are beginning Palmer Scott will teach Traveller Rpet school Robert Hall will teach New Hope school S P Caudell will teach Vincent school McBaker Joose Kldd went to Idamay on the 29th of June with ties Henry Bowman Ji was a welcome visitor in our town the 30th of JuneWe would like to hear from Hamilton 0 oftener Hlrai Botner and Jlcbert have taken charg of Clay Smiths store in tho rostoffloi Mr Smith han bought Cecil Brothers stock of goods and is now invoicing Elder J B Rowlett is in poor health now and says it doesnt look as If he will ever get better CLAY COUNTY IIIliailT HIIADE- Brlghtshade June 30The henyY rainfall etlll continues Crops are looking well but cultivation is much retarded P G White and others have begun the work of putting in a fine lot of yellow poplar timber at Ashers ForkHenry Mills and Henry Short received first close certificates in the last examination and secured first class schools Gilbert Wagers will teach at Ashore Fork Mrs Dora Smallwood died of consumption Thursday the 24th insL Elbert Smith lias his saw and grist mill almost in she for business The election of teachers for the schools in this part of th county passed off satisfactorily and with scarcely a hitchS- EXTONS CUKKK Sextons CreekJuly 6Corn crops are looking well Miss Sarah Sayloi is visiting her sister Mrs Lull Burch this weekLlttle Golden Sparks h very ill School will begin here Monday July 12 with W N Burch ax teacher The Rev J P Metcalf went to Manchester today on business The audience which gathered at the Clark school house July 1 to hear Dr Geo N Ellis give an educational lecture was disappointed because the speaker did not come His place was filled by the lawyer A B Sparks Sunday school here is increasing In- attendance Jim Hunter of Alger has- gone toSpotwood to work- ROCKiASTLE COUNTY CUR AGENT AT WORK Mr Horace Caldwell who Is acting is an agent for The Citizen this summer is now at work In Rockcastli County and will be glad to see any who have any money to pay The Citizen or any complaints to make about It He will be at Gauleyi post office Saturday morning and at Liv ngston Saturday afternoon He is a jig healthy looking fellow and looks as if he wanted to take subscriptions lo has a hearty handshake and will be glad to see any one having business with The Citizen QAULCY Gauley Juno 29Ebert Mullins ot kit Vernon was in this part last weehtan M Ponder made a fly US trip to Mt Vernon Saturday Plea Evans of near Berea was In this part last week buying hogs Owen Allen ofi Cootsburg was in this part Monday Most of the young olka of this community attended Lurch at Pleasant Run Sunday Mlsa Maggie Dooley of Withers will teach Red Hill school end Miss Georgia JcFerrln of Pine Hill will teach Pleasant Run school and Bradley Robinson of this place will teach Cooks burg schoolMr Harry French and Miss Ella Pace were quietly married at Hordln Sams Saturday evening The Rev Andftroon Cornelius offlcl- atedMrand Mrs James Bond and Mrs Mary Bond visited at Weaver iunday Several of this part attended CIrcuit court at Mt Vernon Monday Gauley July 68everal from this community attended the picnic at Livingston last Saturday and report a nice time Sam and Biugiom Reese of McCracken visited here Saturday and Sunday An Odd Fellows Lodge will be organized at Red Hill Wednesday July 8th Caleb Mulllns of ulaskl Tenn Is visiting home folks The Red Hill school will begin Monday July 12 with Miss Maggie Dooley 115 teacherMr M T Brummett of orbln was down last week to see brother Ben who was reported sick a few weeks ago and found him rowing weaker each dayJno Lucas of Clay Co passed thru here Monday respecting for silver The Rev W 11 Durham of Climax was elected pastor ot the Baptist church at Unl on nocK oni Rockford July 6Last Saturday and Sunday were church days at Scaffold Cane A large crowd was pre sentThere was a picnic at Fairview Sunday July 4thMr N P Anderson and son Robert of Paint Lick vis 0oOCiarwLa11r wwww I ited J W Todd Sunday Miss Pearl Linvllle visited her sister Mrs D G WaddleThursday night Mr and Mrs James Linville of Berea visited his brother Wm Llnvllla of this place SundayMr T C Vlare and daughter Beulah visited Mr and Mn J E Dalton of Berea Saturday and Sunday Messrs Bob Bowman and James Branaman and Mss Lou Phillips visited Miss Reeclo Todd Sunday Mrs Nora McGuire is no bettor The school at Walnut Grove will begin Monday July 12th with D- Ella Lake as teacherMlsa Nettle Oldham of Boone will teach the Scaffold Cane schoolA Sunday school convention will be held at Conway Sunday August 1 JACKSON COUNTY OHEKNIIALI Greenhall July 5 Wllgos Flanery is very sick Luther Pierson stepped on a nail Monday that gave him a- very sore foot for a few days Ho bert Flanery was visiting home folks Thursday Stephen Couch who Is visiting in Owsley and Jackson wll return to Oklahoma soonWo are having some hot and dry weather n- and the farmers are laying by corn- George Wright and family were visiting Daniel Cook Saturday and Sunday Samuel Thomas and wlfi were the guests of Mrs Phoebe Pier son Friday night Samuel Sandlli was on Road Run Sunday and report ed a good tlmeTwo ot the Rev Harvey Johnsons brothers are with him for a few days Sammlo Dally of Buckhorn is not expected to livelong he Is very oldThe Rev Harvey Johnson preached at Black Water school house Saturday evening and will preach there on Saturday before the first Sunday in each month Miss Laura and Maudlo PIerson were visiting Miss Lucy Plerson Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs Robert Wilson and Miss Alice Creech were visiting John Blcknella Sunday The school at Hickory Flat will commence July 19thDoputy Sheriff George Murrell arrested Jack Gibson and plac ed him In jail at Boonevlllo charged with selling whiskey Charles Yen able and Charley Plerson went fish- Ing Saturday Born to the wife ol Robert Pierson a fine girl James Bowies baby is very slckJesSQ Wit- son of Travellers Rest has returned from Nlcholasvllle where he has been visiting the Star Milling CoLeonard lurch and wife who went to Okla last spring are back on Sturgeon again and say Old Kentucky Is good enough for themJohn D Smith visited the ball game at Travelers Rest Sunday and took dinner with Cap Wilson The Hall Stave Mill will soon begin work at Gray Hawk they are cutting timber now ISAACS Isaacs July 3The ReV 0 P Packer filled his regular appoint rent at Green Hill today Mr and Mra A H Parrett are rejoicing over the arival of a fine boy at their omeMrs Martha L Roach of MOOre Creek visited Mrs Sarah avishe past week Mr n H ohnson of Annvllle will teach our school this fallMiss Laura Isaacs Is going to Loam to begin her school MondaY week Mr H H Davis and Jr Ed McQueen have traded guns Mr M L Pennington and Mr G R Davis visited friends orl Horse Lick and Clover Bottom from Frl dar to Bund yMt Arch Baldwin hi sick Miss Susie Watson will begin school at the Indian Creek schoolhouse July 12 Sunday school at PIgeon Roost closed last Sunday Grandma Cornelius of Berea Is vis- Iting her children here Mrs Susan Sunley visited Mrs Telltha Davis todayMr Qranvllle Riley has about recovered from a severe attack of pneumonia nUBLKT Hurley July 4 Most everybody is laying by corn and crops are looking rosperous Messrs Edward Brady and Dave Gabbard wont to Horse lick fishing Friday The school at this place will begin the 12th with j Miss Susie Watson as teacherA Sunday school has been organized at this place Everybody Invited to at- tendMr and Mrs Jake Gabbard Sr entertained a large crowd Sunday Mr Riley Gabbard visited his sister Mrs lannlo Gabbard Sunday Several people from this place attended the ourth of July services at the mouth of Indian Creek and all report a nic- etlmeMrs Martha Combs of Berca Islted relatives near here last week fir and Mrs Joe Williams and imlly visited Mr and Mrs John aberts Sunday Mr and Mrs Nathan Gabbard are planning to leave for Illinois soonMr Wm McCollum Jr ot Isaacs visited his father and mother at this place Sunday HUGH Hugli July 3 People are very busy In their harvest Mr and Mrs Tom Click of Kerbyi Knob were the guests of Mr and Mrs J A Parks Saturday nlghtMr and Mrs Curt Bongo were the guests of Mr nnd Mrs Bird l4aln- of Dreyfus Saturday and Sunday Mr Tom Williams was a guest at Mr lexandera Saturday evening Mr and Mrs George Benge and mother were the guests of Mr and Mrs Malo Daker SundayMr Lloyd Hale and- John Parka were at Speedwell Saturn 0 day on busltwas Mr Noel Alexander was the guest of Miss Rena Kerby ot Kerby Knpb SundaySeveral of his place attended church at Red Lick Sunday Miss Beat Hale was tho guest of Mrs Lula Bengo Thursday afternoonMlBs Maggie Bongo was the guest of Miss Lillie Powell Tues dayMr Harden Azblll had a corn hoeing Tuesday Mr Jim Baker passed thru here Sunday Mrs Bettie Dale who hoc been visiting in this vicinity has returned to Kingston ANNVILL1S Annvllle July GTho farmers in this vicinity are very busy in their crops since the rain has stopped Mr R A Johnson who has been con fined to his bed for tho last week with typhoid fever is getting along very well at present and it is hop ed that he will soon be well again Mrs A S Johnson lit visiting her parents on Terrllls Creek this week Tim singing school at this place Is progressing nicely Sunday July 11 will be the last day of the singing also the church meeting tlmeMr L C Powell stopped at the home of John Medlocks last Thursday night He had bought a fine saddle horse tot Mr Robert Bowling for 1l0Mr- J H Short was calling on the merchants here today He and Mr Wal ter Medlock Brights Coffee man went away together today on a weeks drumming trlpllr Jesse Trult went away last Sunday on a business trip to Livingston and othe- rpointsMr F J Johnson has gone to Richmond with a drove of sheep Mr P banes has gone to Winnipeg Canada He sold his property hereto Mr Isaac Messier We hope to have a new school building here ready for use by the first of the year Miss Rachel Wilson is visit Ing friends and relatives here Misses Molllo Johnston Mottle and Pearl Medlock visited Lizzie Johnson Sunday evening Dr J M Morris of Welchburg is going to move to Clay Co The doctor will be missed very I muchThe baseball game at Welch burg was well attended The Tyner boys were defeatedMr O M Ra der and wife visited Mrs Johnsons father Saturday night The school at this place will begin Monday with Roy E Rader as teacher Leonard Medlock will teach tho Tom Lucia school He will begin Monday next Mr Robert II Johnston will teach the Pigeon Roost school this year Misses Llzzlo Johnson and Clerlnda Roark attendcd church at Green lull Sunday and took dinner at Mr M A Rileys OUPIIA Orpha July Gon July 4th Mr John M Madden left his wills and three girls at home and went to El hanon Fields store One of tho merchants sons had tried several times to persuade a Madden girl to talk to him She refused and he threatened to kill her and then kill himself When Madden was at the store he saw another Fields boy get some cartridges from a shelf Ho did not think of any mischief being done but while ho was absent from home three Fields boys and a Price went to his home and one entered the house and because the girl again re fused his friendship drew two big pistols and discharged four shots Into the floor He then used Ills pistols In a boisterous manner The other fellows who had stopped near the house to witness the scene came on past the house shooting There have been writs Issued for all of them Mr Klah Farmer who is contemplat- Ing building near New Zion schoolhouse has tho house site paled in eight hundred anti fifty boards made some rock got out for a chimney and four thousand feet of lumber sawed to build the house lie expects to move about the first of the year Crops In this vicinity are very fine considering the wet weather Patrick Mays whose leg was broken when his horse jumped against a tree at a heavy clash of lightning is improv Lane Ness Bank ing slowlyMrs Mary Farmer is visiting her slater Susan Maer Maulden who id sick at ibi- swrltlnglJr f Logan Farmer was la caller at Wm 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