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HUE5J DENTS OFFICE I3EREA KY P X UREA PUBLISHING CO IMCOIirORATED STANLEY FROST Manager Buteredat tht forioffltt at Kerta Ky IU mood clOM mallmatUr THE CITIZEN Interests the ountain IVol XI Five centa a copyBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 20 1909 One Dollar a year No b II LOOK READ PONDER COMEI See the Greatest Sight You Ever Saw H BIG nee Balloon AscensionsI AND PARACHUTE LEAPS i Two Separate Leaps from One Balloon by One Aeronaut Each Day of the Berea Fair The Most Thrilling and Exciting Attraction 0EverProduced at Our Fair Great Racing Fine Exhibits Good Music Come Everybody and Have a Good Time BEREA FAIR GROUNDS AUG 567 NEWS Of THE WEEK French Government ScandalMen Killed In Strike RiotsEngland- AccesssbleDrowned In Car Georgia ProhibitionSuicide CIUb1 FRENCII GOVERNMENT The scandal which has been brewing for somo years Ix cause of tho poor condition of the French Navy caused the downfall of the government there last week Ac a result of crltl dam of tho former administration Premier Clcmcnctau was forced to resign Tho forming of a new cabinet has been entrusted to a Socialist STRUm ruOtSA riot after a strike at Kenosha Wla last week caused the death of three men and the wounding of a score Tho lighting at the strikes near Plttsburg continues and troops are on guard all the time There havo been several men killed and almost dally ROOSEVELTS riotIvelts collection now numbers about 2000 specimens These aro all to bo presented to the Smithsonian Institution FLIES ACROSS WATERA man with an aeroplane has at last crossed the narrow seas which separate Eng land from France M Blcrlot mado the trip without accident in about half an hour England is more or less agitated as this means that It will soon bo possible for foreign soldiers to reach English soil In spite of the great fleets of warships which surround tho tight little Island DROWNED LIKE RATS Six per sons wero drowned like rats in a trap when a train on the Wabash Jumped the track and ran into tho river near n Kansas City Mo last Sunday Tho car was thrown under water and aU were drowned Many other people were Injured WANT ROOSEVELT TO RUN There Is a strong movement to run ExPres Roosevelt at tho head ot the Republican ticket In New York fuse this fall Ho will undoubtedly PROHIBITION IN GEORGIA Tho Georgia Legislature has found tho law passed a couplo of years ago not strong enough and now wants to pass more stringent legislation They could do so It It were not for a pledge the governor gave them during tho campaign At that time they were afraid the prohibition laws would bo repealed and so had tho governor promise ho would veto any prohibi tion legislation Now they find that his promise will prevent them from strengthening tho law Just as much an it will keep their opponents from weakening it- REPUBLICANS MAY WINTho Republicans in Old Virginia tho mo ther state of Kentucky havo gut busy this summer and seem likely to carry tho state They came very close to winning their last election and are hopeful Their cnprgy might well Insplro Kentucky STORM KILLED 41Tho great storm which swept along the Gulf coast a week ago cost 41 lives and did damage estimated at 2000000 TAFTS FATHERINLAW John W Hcrron of Cincinnati father of Mrs Taft was stricken at his home I Devoted to the of People in Cincinnati last week Ho is now somewhat better but is not likely to live long CLUB OF SUICIDESA club has been found in Cleveland composed of young people who are tired ot life and aro going to leave It Lots are cast onco in a whllo as to which ono shall go next DROP IN FLOURTho price of wheat is coming down with the new trop and flour has dropped from f 110 to 90 cents a ban x IDLENESS The following letter is reprinted from the Thousandetlcks Wo do not know tho wrltcY and do not agree with every thing ho says but there is so much truth In it that wo want hisIldcllSmany people who loat around when they ought to be working and then talk about hard times and try to beg help from their more industrious neigh bora a little later If every man In the mountains worked ten hours a day tho year round with only a day off for rest now and then most of peaIVloness would go Following Is tho letter Editor Thousandstlcks I have just read your editorial In Juno 17th issue oa Better Times and though I am a busy man I want to stop long enough to say that you are talking to your people tho right way when you hand them out tho good hard thump for having hard times la Leslie In a community so entirely independ ent as your people by their location and pursuits are there is no reason for hard times except for the peo plo thomcclveo A community that can bo self supporting and Is not confesses to all the world that it Is doless and undeserving ot sympathy Communi ties dependent upon what they receive for their dally labor have a right to complain when butlness conditions aro such that their source of supply Is shut off or greatly decreased but It is wholly different In a community which has all tho means ot living I right at hand and It It will turn to and make the proper use of the meansI bellovo there Is a farm in Leslie County eo poor that it will not andIthrough the hardest winter and have enough extra for taxes clothing and some seasoning for tho victuals I feel sure from what I know of tho mountain people that not ono in a score ot them seta as much out ot his garden as ho should and not ono in landIhardly expected but with intelligence and industrious forming every nero bringIknew his business properly It Not great profit probably but some which is Independence Perhaps some of your people will say it Is none of my business to buttI into their affairs but it la my bu- st1J1 ness It Is the business of every man to holler when he is hurt and it hurts mo to hear that there are peo ple In Leslie Couuty on the verge cf starvation and as much land as there Is all around waiting to fill their bellies and give them a surplus tor the asking They may have to ask with the boo and tho plow but what of that Isnt it better than asking the county to feed them In a big city like New York where thousands of people have no means ot making their living except as comes to them through those in bet ter condition needing their work I can feel sorry when I hear that they aro suffering for tho necessities of life But I can not feel sorry for those who suffer In Leslie County because I know that they ore Independ ent of everybody except their own selves if they will brace up and take advantage of their opportunities There must bo some as there are in all communities who are helpless but I do not refer to them I am talking about those who can do and will not the lazy ones who loaf and toke no thought of their duty to themselves their families and their community I should Judge from your editorial that you havo many of this kind and you can not turn your edl torlal attacks upon any evil to better purposo than this Drive them to their work if they will not go willingly and BO advertise the shame of poverty among thoso who can prevent It or will go to a community where tho lazles and tho loafers are held in higher esteem than In Leslie CountyYours Indignantly W J Lampton Now York City Juno 20th TOO STRONG TO WORK Beneath tho spreading chestnut tree Tho village loafer sits Laboriously whittle he A stick to little bits And chews with much avidity And with precision spits He heeds not farmers whorepeat Their call for harvest hands Tho piteously they entreat And point where ripe grain stands The ties which hold him to his seat Are strong as IrOlbands- Kansas City Star RETURNS FROM PLEASANT TRIP The editor of The Citizen has Just returned from a trip ot nearly two weeks thru the mountain counties near Berea and wishes to take this method of extending his thanks to the many citizens who have shown him kindness and hospitality on his trav- ois Kentucky is famous for its hospitality and It la certain that there oldII only sorry was that ho did not have time to spend twice as long in each place and got acquainted with many more people lIe hopes that those who can will not forget to drop into his office when they are In town hero A num ber of Interesting observations were mado on tho trip and these will be discussed in articles in later Issues ot The Citizen I JlJII Who knows more than Solomon f When you find the fellow that does you will have struck a man who can give a good reason for not taking a newspaper Solomon said that Wisdom is the principle thing therefore get wisdom Now tho a newspaper does not have all the wisdom of earth no one has ever found a place where a man could get more wisdom for a youfindthat buying a newspaper is the best way to use a dollar iSPJP HAPPINESS AND WEALTH Tho Declaration of Independence says that all men are entitled to the pursuit of happiness and most of us whether because we are good Americans or just because we want to are doing our best not only to pursue happiness but to capture it It is an unfortunate fact that very few of us do catch it for any length of time and the minute we seem to have tied it down it takes a twist and escapes us In spite of all the experience of humanity most people still try to got happiness by getting money Many spend their whole lives sweating for the dollars and pinching to save what they earn In most cases a man gets more and more money as be grows olderand yet nobody expects tho old people to be the happiest And when we look at the people who have money we see that they are not happy there is always something else they are striving after and they are unhappy because they cannot get it Sometimes it is more money theywant sometimes power or influence or social position some times some particular positions of other people that they envy but there is always something and they want it just as bad as poor folks do money And it is also a fact that rich people are no more satisfiedwith their worldly possessions than the rest of us They have more things to choose Iron and they are not lacking some of the things wa want most but still they are not pleased with what they have They are all the time thinking of something better or more expensive or more out of reach And at the same time they loose the power to enjoy the plain hinge The more they have the more they see that they cannot have and so they worry and worry And also they get so that they never try to make the best of things and they do not get any hap piness nor even contentment- It is true that usually those people would be even more unhappy than they are if they were put into our places but that is usually because they would have to do without some of the fine things they have become accustomed to And often enough when a rich man does become poor he learns in his downfall the lesson of contentment and in the end is really happier than before It is a mighty fortunate thing for the world that this is so for while few of us can get wealth all of us can get the happiness which does not depend on wealth Happiness it has been learned depends not on what you have but on whether or not you enjoy what you have And any one can learn to enjoy what good things they do have Even the simplest things are very good the plainest foods taste best and the plainest clothes are the most comfortable It is so with other things And every one when he once sets himself to looking for tho pleasant things in his situation can find Bomany of them that he will forget the others and will not have time to be unhappyThere are only two things that cause unhappiness and that can not bo cured One is ignorance and the other is a guilty conscience And both of these are the fault of their owner Happiness can come to every man if he goes after it right IIN WASHINGTON Taft VictorIousPayne for Low RatesInsurgents Aid Presi dentCustoms Court To Sit In Washington Wright Brothers Fly Successfully Washington D C July 24 1909 It Is still difficult to speak defi nitely as to tho final net result of tho tariff bill but the victory of President Taft already stands out plainly Thoso persons who criticised Mj Taft earlier In the year for not tak ing a hand in the fight for downward revision simply did not realize that at that time ho could do nothing Ho used extraordinarily good Judgement in awaiting the critical moment and in then seizing his opportunity to secure for the people ot the United States cheaper leather cheaper oil coal lumber and Iron products When told this week by a Senator who Wanted high tariff on hides that the Senate would by no means consent to their free admission he replied that possibly the Senate would change Its mind If another special session were called immediately to give it time to look into tho subject morO thoroughly Speaker Cannon expressed himself to tho President as unwilling to see low tariffs on raw materials thinking to bluff Mr Taft whose good humor makes him appear easy to manage it lo said that Taft told Cannon that some things look like Jelly from the outside but you will find that there is a core of stone within Tho threat of another special session called at once to tackle the tariff question again and the evident earnestness of the President accomplished the down ward revision which ho desired and to which he believes that he had pledge ed his party He was aided do the House by Representative Payne Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee and of the House conferrees and in the Sen ate by Senator Murray Crane of Massachusetts Mr Payne was respon sible for tho bill as It left the House and ho resented the raises which were mado so charply by tho Senate for the Payne Bill was undoubtedly very much preferable to the Aldrich Dill from the point of view of tho consum er Speaker Cannon however favor ed the higher rates and in appointing the Houso conferrees ho gave tho piefercnce to high tariff men In despite of the Chairman This A completed Mr Paynes determination tofight for low rates and he was fortunate enough to have tho House behind him rather than behind the high tariff men The bulk oil the House membership did not dare to run counter to tho expressed wishes of the President So Mr Payne told the conferrees that he simply would not support In the house a conference report that did not contain the down ward concessions which he and the President were demanding It has teen an astonishing spectacle to see Mr Payne la tho role of tarltt re former since he has been famous forI twenty years as an ardent advocate of high protection There have been regularIwho have attempted to combat the revisionists and have threatened to vote against the report But tho loss of the votes of this new variety of insurgents has been partly alanced by tho accession of the usual Insurgents who are somewhat satisfied with tho bill in Its revised form IIn tho Senate also there has been of high tariff Insurgents and it is with them that Mr CraneI has helped the President They are I composed mainly of Senators whose states suffer from the removal of protection from raw materials For Instance West Virginia which producesI iron oil and lumber will be forced productsIby the Presidents revision of the Bill Senator Elklns insisted that West Virginia ought not to bo thus handicapped unless the other states are reduced in a similar way Senator McCumber Insists likewise that if North Dakota Is to receive less for her hides the shoe manufacturing states Massachusetts eta ought to receive less for their shoes since they I will get their raw material more cheaply Theso contentions are fair and President Taft recognized this I and did what he could to secure compensatory reductions on finished pro ducts whenever the raw materials were deprived of protection In this I work and In all the work needed In I tho Senate Mr Crane has been Tafta representative Although Mr Crane is slight of staturo and very rarely makes speeches in tho Senate ho is one of the most adroit and keen politicians in tho country and by his quiet inter i views with various Senators ho has done a real service for his party inI aiding the passage of the bill in a I Continued on fifth rage Knowledge Is powerandthe way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper J IN OUR OWN STATE Two Men Shot Big Flro at Owen tonNight Riders QuietSimpsonI- n PenFight In Democratic Party KILLS HIS FATHER Jos Starns County Surveyor of Pulaski County was shot and killed by his son whom he was trying to whip last week TAKEN TO PEN Berry Simpson and the others sentenced In RIch- mond a week ago for the Christmas riots at Stearns have been taken to the Pen BECKHAM AT WORKA plcasiant little fight Is Democratic party between nor Beckham and Col ExGoverILouisville Beckham Whallen of being a traitor coat and declares he will never serve in the same party with him As Whallen seems to have complete con trol of the Louisville Democracy this promises a hot time NEW RICHMOND TEAMA semi professional ball team has been organ ized at Richmond and is looking for games with other similar teams ANOTHER BREATHITT SHOOT INGTwo prominent young men of Brcathltt County were shot and serl ously wounded Sunday night by ai couple of negroe3 they were trying to arrest at a blind tiger near Jackson A bitter fight Is being made by the good citizens of Breathltt to brook up the liquor trade and there seems large prospect that they will do it FIRE AT OWENTONA fire at Owenton Ky Io3t Friday caused the loss of 60000 in the business sec tion of town NIGHT RIDERS SLEEPY There has been only one night rider outtrage in the last week three Edmon son County farmers having been whip ped The chances of a good pool be ing made this year seems to be lessen ing and the danger of a very low price is large- NEGROES TO MEET The Nation al Negro Business Mens League willfmeet in Louisville next month from August 1820 and tho meeting is ex rected to be one of the largest ever held A great many prominent negroes will be present and many matters of Importance to the race will I be discussedii MPNEY IN HIS LEG Warden i Mudd at the State Penitentiary has discovered where it was that the con vlcts were hiding the money which they kept to gamble over Many searches had been made for it without success finally the warden ordered tho crutches and wooden legs of the cripples searched In one leg belong ing to Charles Knlfley were found several hundred dollars and other valuables A STUDY OF WOODUSINGi Washington July 2bA statisticalIstudy of the woodusing industries Jn will be commenced earlyt1 iiAgricultureI in co operation with tho United States I Forest Service The objects to be accomplished I through this study are first to a erttarn the species and amounts used the hundreds of factories with the purpose particular of determining + what woods should be grown for home consumption and sceond to compile this Information for the bene tit of buyers and sellers ot lumber in tho state Tho data will be cecured largely by correspondence and among the questions which manufacturers will bo asked to answer are Tho productsImanufactured and the field tho kind of wood used In the production j of each article manufactured to gether with the approximate amount used annually the cost f o b factory r of lumber bought the source of J size fwhlcbof each class of material which I can profitably be purchasedi t All information given by the manu facturers will be held confidential so far as the individual reports are con I cerned the result as a whole being combined Into a report which will bo published and distributed among thoso Interested What Plggle Said Nealle when a little tot was visitingia farmyard His mother 1 up to look at a pen of small pigs re lates tho Delineator As he looked in f a little pig near him Jumped up putIting his fore feet against the side of the pen and gave a quick grunt Nealie turned quickly and said Oh mamma tell him to say that agalnP Oak Granite and Ironl Privations sacrifice incessant toll by day and intense study by night often fashion great Americans out of I rough hearts of oak encased in frames ot granite mold and dominated by an iron will j r 114 r rI I 0 f f4 As They Peered Into the Dusky Space Below u u uU SYNOPSIS The story opens at Harvard where Col Rupert Winter U 8 A visiting saw the suicide of young Mercer He met Cary Mercer brother of the dead student Three eara Chicago In 1906 Col Winter overheard Cary Mercer apparently planning to kidnap Archie the colonels ward and to gain possession of I Aunt Rebecca Winter millions A Miss Smith was mentioned apparently as a conspirator A great financial magnate waa aboard the train on which CoL Win- j 1tormet his Aunt Rebecca Miss Smith Archie Col Winter learned that the financial magnate Is Edwin S Keatcham frustratedkidnaping plot Archlo mysteri disappeared In Frisco Blood In a 1alleged room at the hotel caused fears for life The lads voice was heard telephone however and a min ute later a womans voice that of Miss Smith CoL Winter and a detective set byImet with an explollion within Mercer appeared Ho assured Winter that Archie had returned The colonel saw a vision j flitting from the supposedly haunted house It was Miss Janet Smith Col Winter to himself admitted that he loved Miss Smith Mercer told Winter thati Archie had overheard plans for a coup and had been kidnaped One of Mercers friends on returning the boy to his aunt I had been arrested for speeding and when he returned from the police station to his auto the lad was gone Mercer confessed he was forcibly detaining Koatcham Mercer told his life story relating how Keatcham and his scoundrel secretary Atkins had ruined him tho blow killing hlii wife Mercer heacoddnot him control ft In order that get I of a railroad which was the pet of the father of his college friend Gndlcott I Tracy Aunt Rebecca saw Archie In a cab with two men Then he vanished flhfl followed In an auto Into the Chinese 4 and by the use of a mysterious jade ornament stn secured a from an Influential Chinaman 1dl8trtCt boy would be returned Archie and told his story Atkins for to Keatchari being his kidnaper Col Winter and Tracy to tho haunted house They found Keatcham apparently stabbed to death Keatcham was not dead how ever Cary Mercer appeared on the scene Winter believing suspicious and observing blood on his cuffs and trousers Mrs MIllicent Melrllle In let ters to liar husband revealed that she al lowed Information to leak to Atkins Suspicions directed themselves at Atkins In the Kentcham assault Unknowingly Mrs Melville had made herself a tool for Atkins dark scheme In stocks CHAPTER XVContlhued f On theltvinstantly expressed desire to see the hidden way the colonel led them to tho patio Ho walked to the t engaged column which once before t had interested him ho presand a con cealed spring under the boldly carved eightpointed flower Instantly the en tire sIde ot tho columns swung as a door might swing As they peered Into tho dusky space below the colo nel who had put down his arm pressed an electric button and the while light flooded tho shaft revealing an Ingenious ladder ot cleats fitted Into steel uprights Hero said the colonel Is a secret i way from tho patio to the cellar The a cellar extends a little beyond the patio end there is a way down from the yard I to the cellarI can quickly show you if you like No thank you replied Warnebold j who was a man of full habit and older than tho colonel I will take your per sonal experience Instead 1i Then If you will go out Into the yard with tire I will show you whore 1 u charming oergola ends in a vine I wreathed sundial of stone that you I I 4it r- a may tug at and not move but press your foot on a certain stone the wholo dial swings round on a concealed turn table such as they have in garages you know You will have no difficulty in finding tho right stone becauso an inscription runs round tho dial Mas valo tardo quo nunca and the stone Is directly opposite nunca When you have moveI away your dial you will see a gently inclining tunnel high enough for a man to walk In without stooping wide enough for two and much better ventilated than the New York subway That tunnel leads to a secret door opening directly Into the collar so skillfully contrived that it looks like an airshaft This door is only a few feet from the shaft to the patio We have found n bolt and put it on this entrance but theta wasnt any before nor did any one in the house know of the secret passage The colonel went on to say that on questioning the architect he averred that he had never mentioned the secret passage to his knowledge ex cept that very recently only a few days before at a dinner ho had barely alluded to It and one of tho gentlo men present an easterner bad asked him where he got a man to make such a contrivanceIt must take skill He had mentioned tho name of the work man The colonel had hunted up the artisan mentioned only to find that ho had left town to take a job somewhere no one seemed to know where Of course he had inquired ot every body The name of the easterner was AtkinsAtkins cried Warnebold at this turn of the narrative Keatchams secretary Why hes the boldest and slyest scoundrel In tho United States Ho started a leak in Keatchams office that made him a couple of hundred thousands nnd lost us a million and might havo lost us more If Mercer hadnt got on to him Keatcham wouldnt beleve bo had been done to the extent Te was at firstyou know the oldman hates to own to any ones getting tho bettor of him Its the one streak of vanity Ive ever been able to discover in tlm Otherwise hes cold and keen as a razor on a frosty morn ing He war convinced enough hour over to discharge Atkins the next news I had Ire was trying to send him to the pen dare us instructions how to get tho evidence No allusion to his past confidence in the follow simply the orders as It we know all the preliminaries Wonderful man Mr Keatcham Col Winter Very agreed the colonel dryly By this time the warrior and the man of finance were on easy terms Warne bold remained three days Be fore ho left tho patient had been pronounced out of danger and had revived enough to give some succinct business directions Mercer bad been sent to look out for the cement deal and Keatcham appeared a little re lieved and brighter when ho was told that Mercer was on his way He will put it through if it can bo put ho said said weakly to Warno bold bos moderately smart and per s izwrjT y OCTAVE TfffiNET 4wcP TliJ1AidetNoIKCO- PYRIGHT isor aOeasMIRRILL CO fectly honest Such words Warno bold explained later to Mrs Winter coming from Keatcham might be re garded almost as extravagant com mcndatlon Your cousins fortune Is made ho pronounced solemnly he can get Atkins place I make no doubtMrs Winter thought that Mercer was a very valuable man Only always so melancholy Ive been afraid he had something serious tho matter with his digestion Its these abominable quick lunches that are ruining the health of all our steady young men I dont know but they are almost as bad as chorus girls and late suppers Well Mrs Winter Im afraid we shall not have another chance at bridge until I see you In New York But anyhow wo stung tho colonel once and with Miss Smith playing her greatest game too Pity she cant Induce Mr Keatcham to play but ho never touches a card hardly over takes anything to drink doesnt like smoking especially takes a cigarette once In n while only never plays the races or bets on tho run of tho vesselposItivelY such Icy virtue gives an ordinary sinner tho cramps I Very great man though Mrs Winter and a man we are all proud to follow he may be overbearing and ho doesnt praise you too much but somehow you always have tho consciousness that ho sees every bit of good work you do and Is marking It up in your favor and you wont be tho loser There Is no question he has a hold on his associates but he certainly Is not what I call a genial man Only on the day of his departure did Warnebold in young Arnolds language loosen up enough to tell Arnold and the colonel a vital Incident The night of the attack a telegram was sent to Warnebold In Keatchams confidential cipher directing the cam paign against Tracy to be pushed hard ordering tho dumping of some big blocks of stock on the market and arranging for their dummy purchasers The naming of Atkins as the man in charge was plausible enough presum ing there had been no knowledge of tho break In his relations with Keatch am The message was couched in Keatchams characteristic crisp phraseology But for tho receivers knowledge of the break and but for the previous longdIstance conversation It had reached Its mark The associates of Keatcham were puzzled Tho hands were the hands of Esau but the voice was the voIce of Jacob There had been a hurried consultation into which the second longdIstance telephone from San Francisco broke like a thunderclap It decided the hearers to keep to their Instructions and disregard the cipher dispatch And didnt you send any answer the colonel asked Oh certainly we had an address given the Palace hotel Mr John 0 Makers We wired Mr Makers Jn cipher Dispatch received Will tt tend to it I signed And I wired to the manager of the hotel to notice the man who took the dispatch It wasnt a man it was a lady A lady Yes she had an order for Mr Makers telegrams Mr Makers gave the order Mr Makers himself only stopped ono night and went away in tho morning and nobody seemed to re member him particularly he was a nondescript sort of party But the lady The colonels mouth feltdryThe lady She was tall fine figure well dressed dark hair the telegraph girl thought but she didnt pay any special attention She had a very pleasant musical voice That doesnt seem to be very defi nite remarked tho colonel with a crooked smile It didnt took like n clew to Warne bold either but ho was convinced of one thing namely That it would pay to watch the oxsecretary And chuckled ho theres a cheerful side to the affair Atkins is loaded to the guards with short contracts and the Midland Is booming if the rise continues ho cant cover without losing about all ho has By tho way we got another wlro later In tho day demanding what we were about what it all meant that we hadnt obeyed In structions Same address for answer This time we thought wo had laid a nice trap But you cant reckon on a hotel somehow before we got warn ing Mr Makers had telephoned for his dispatch and got it Where did ho telephone from too From his room In the Palace 1 I thought he had given up his room 1 He had But somebody telephoned to the telegraph office from somewhere In the hotel and got Mr Makers wire You can get pretty much everything except a moderate bill out of a hotel- I see said the colonel and im mediately in his heart compared him self to tho immortal blind man for his wits appeared to him to be tramp- Ing round futilely in a maze no nearer the exit than when the tramp began That night after Warnebold had departed leaving most effusive thanks and expressions of confidence Winter was standing at his window absently looking at tho garden faintly colored by the moonlight while his mind was plying back and forth between halt a dozen contradictions Ho went over the nIght of the at tack on Keatcham he summoned every look every motion of Janet Smith In one phase of feeling he cudgeled himself for n wooden tool who had been absolutely brutal to a defenseless woman who trusted him he hated himself for the way he would not see her when she looked toward him no wonder at last she stiffened and now sho absolutely avoided hltn But In a swift revulsion against his own softness ho was instantly laying on the blows as lustily because of his Incredible pigheaded credulity How absolutely simple the thing was Sho cared for this scoundrel of an At kins who had first betrayed his em plover and then tried to murder him Very likely they had been halt en gaged down there In Virginia and he had crawled out of his engagement It would be quite like tho curl Later ho found that just such a distinguished charming woman who had family and friends was what he wanted it would bo easy enough for him to warm up his old passion curse hlml Then ho had met her and run in a bunch of plausible lies that had convinced her that h9 had been a regular angel In plain clothes hadnt done a thing to Cary or to her Atkins was such a smooth devil Winter could just pic ture him whining to the girl putting his lifo in her hands and all that rot and making all kinds of a tool of herwhy the whole hand was on tho board I So she was ready to throw them all overboard to savo Atkins from getting his feet wet That was why she looked so palo and haggard of a morning sometimes In spite of that ready smiles of hers that was why her eyes were so wistful sho wasnt a false woman and she sickened of her squalid part She loved Aunt Rebecca and Archie all the same she would turn them both down for him while as to Rupert Winter lato of tho United States army a wornout lame elderly Idiot who had flung away tho profes sion ho loved and overy chance of a futuro career In order to have his hands free to keep her out of danger where wero there words blistering enough for such puppydog folly IJtthis pointIn his jealous Imaginings the pain In him goaded hIm Into motion ho began furiously pacing the room although his lame leg which he had been using remorselessly all day was sending jabs and twists of agony through him But after a little ho halted again before tho casement windowTho wide darkening view the great silent city with its myriad lights tho shining mist of the bay tho foothills with their sheer straw colored streaks through the forests and vineyards the Illimitable depths of starsown violet skyall these touched his fevered mood with a sud den calm Ills unrest was quieted at ono whose senses aro cooled by a run ning stream You hotheaded southerner ho upbraided himself dont get up In the air without any real proof Almost in the flitting of tho words through his brain he saw her The white gown which was her constant wear in the sickroom defined her fig uro dourly against a clump at Japan plumtrees Their purplish rod foliage rustled and an unseen fountain beyond made a delicate tlnklo ot water splashing a marble basin liar face was hidden only the moonlight gently drew the oval of her cheek SSo was standing still except that one foot was groping back and forth as If trying toI Und something But as he looked taco growing tender she knelt on the sod and pulled something out if tho ground This something she sfcemed to dust off with her handkerchief ho could not seo the object Put he could seo the flutter of the handker chief and when she rose the white linen partly hid the thing In her band Only partly because when she Passed around tho terrace wall the glow from an electric lantern in an arch fell full upon her and burnished a long thin blade of steel Ho looked down on her from his un lighted chamber and suddenly she looked up straight at the windows of the room where she thought ho was sleeping and smiled a dim amused weary tender smile Then she ped by erect anti light of foot and the deep shadow of tho great gateway took her All ho could see was tho moonlight on the bluishgreen lawn and the whlto electric light on the gleaming rubbertrees and dusty palmsHo sat down Ho clasped his bands over his knee Ho whistled softly a little Spanish air lie laughed very gently My dear little girl said le- I am going to marry you You may be swindled Into helping a dozen murderers but I am going to marry you CHAPTER XVI The Real Edwin Keatcham Ono Sunday after Mrs Melville WIn- ter and Archie camo to Casa Fuerto Mr Keatcham sent for tho colonel There was nothing unusual In suck a 1 Winter I Mutt Deg You Not to Let Those Persons In the Room ICol AgaIntu Isummons From the beginning ot his Illness ho had shown a curious Inox pressive desIre for tho soldiers com pany Ho would havo him sit In the room although too weak to talk to him supposing be wished to talk which was not at all sure Mlketo see Ilimjust sltting thore ho faltered to his nurse canthoreadorplaysol itnlreliketheold lady Y Sometimes Winter would bo con scious that tho feeble creature In tho bed with tho blulshwhlto taco was staring nt him Whether tho glassy eyes beheld his or went beyond him to unfinished colossal schemes that might change the fate of a con tinent or drifted backward Jo the pov ertystricken home tho ferocious toll and the unending selfdenial of Kcatchams youth on tho Pacific slope the dim gaze gave no clew All that was apparent was that It was always on Winter as ho curled his legs under his chair wroto or knitted his brow over rows of playingcards At the very first Keatchams mind had wandered he used to shrink from Imaginary people who wore In tho room ho would try to talk to them distressing himself painfully for he was so weak that his nurses turned his head on the pillow ho would feebly motion them away In such aberra dons ho would sometimes appeal in a changed thin childish voice to the obscure tollworn pioneer woman who had died while ho was a lad Mother I was a good boy I always got up when you called me didnt IT I helped you iron when tho other boys were playIngmother please dont let that old woman stay and cry here Or ho would plead Mother tell her say you toll her I didnt know her son would kill himself I couldnt tellho was a damn coward anyhow excuse mo mamma I didnt mean to swear but they make me so awful mad There was a girl who came some times from whose presence ho shrank a girl ho had never seen nor Indeed bad ho over known In the flesh uny of the shapes which haunted him They had lived but never had his eyes fallen on them Nevertheless their presence was as real to him as that of the people about him whom he could hear and touch and see It did not take Winters imagination long to piece out tho explanation ot these ap- parItions they were specters of the characters In those dramas ot ruthless conquest which Mercer had culled out of newspaper stories and affidavits and court reports and forced upon Keatchams attention Miss Smith althoughherod was puzzling How did he ever know old Mrs Ferris she said Ho called her Ferris and he talks about her funny dress she always did wear a queer little basque and full skirt aft er all the world went into blouses but how did ho over como across her They had a place on the James that andhadter and Nelson Ferris blew his brains out Dont you know how asked tho colonel Well Ill tell you my guess sometime Who Is the girl who seems to make him throw a fit so Im not sure I Imagine It Is poor Mabel Ray thoro ware two of them sitters they made money out of their Tidewater stock and wont to Now York to visit some kin and they got scared when the stock fell and the dividends stopped and they sold out at a great loss They never did como back they had persuaded all their kin to Invest and tho stopping of the dividends made It difficult for some of the poor onesMabel said sho couldnt face her old aunts She went on tho stage In Now York She was very pretty she wasnt very strong Anyway you can imagine the end ot the story I saw her In tho park last win tor when Mrs Winter was In New York she turned her face away poor Mabel Through Janet Smiths knowledge of her dead sisters neIghbors Winter got a dozen pitiful records of tho wreckage ot the Tidewater Mighty Interesting reading ho thoughtfgrimly but hardly likely to man responsible for them stuck on himself Then ho would look at tho drawn taco on tho pillow and listen to the babblings of the boy who had no childhood and the frown would molt oft his brow Ho did not always talk to his moth tttlmelonce as Helen and Dear with an accent of tenderness very strange on those Inflexible lips When ho talked to this phantasm ho was nover angry or distressed his turgid scowl cleared the austere lines chlsellag his chocks and brow faded ho leaked years younger But for the matt part It was to no unreal creature that ho turned but to Col Hupcrt Winter Ho would address him with punctilious civility but as one who was under sumo obll gatlon to assist him saying for In stance Col Winter I must beg you not to let those persons In the room again They annoy me But you i neednt let Meteor know that Pleaotattend to it yourself and get away Miss Smith says yon will Ex plain to them that when 1 got up I will Investigate their claims Im too sick nowTOR CONTINUED From Bad to Worse A miner In Scotland was visited by a friend and among the places of in terest shown was tho pit mouth Sering the cage lowered with the stout steel rope tho friend oxclalraeu My word I I shouldnt like to go down thoro on that rope Why ox claimed the miner Aw wadna Ilk to tang doon there wlthoot ItLond-on News Cannot Boll Her worriedbecausobeen disseminating typhoid germs for 450 days as It is against the lawn oC New York stMa to boll her I I Dainty Lingerie 1 G VIRLS who are making their trousseaux will bo interested in this very dainty undarllncn which although being very pretty is quite simple and practical The drawers at top corner are a French pattern trimmed with Valenciennes lAce and embroidery beading The chemiso below has yoke of Insertion headed by beading then comes a nightgown trimmed with insertion and tucks The camisole at top is for evening wear and is made in piece embroidery with insertion shoulder straps Tho lower camisole has a yoko of insertion the combinations are to match and have French loge The Empire bodice of the nightdress Is of piece em broidery Material required Drawers J yards 38 inches wide 3 yards valen yard beading 4 yards ribbon Camisole yard 36 Inches wide 4 yards insertion l4 yard beading IJ4 yards ribbon 2J yards laco Nightdress C yards 36 inches wide 2 yards embroidery 18 Inches wide Camisole yard 36 inches wide 2 yards embroidery 18 inches wide embroidery edging 2 yards ribbon Camisole 1 yard embroidery 18 inches wide 2 yards beading 1 yard 2ft yards ribbon 2e yards laco Combination 2 + yards 36 inches wide 4 yards insertion 3 4 yards beading 2V4 yards wide and 3 yards narrow lace 5A yards ribbon Nightdress 6 yards 36 Inches wide 2 yards embroidery 18 inches wide 3 yards beading 3 yards ribbon 2 yards wide and 1 yard narrow lace 2 yards embroidery insertion VALUE OF THE COLORED SLIP With a Number of These a Good White Frock Can Be Worn on Many Occasions t The girl with little money and a great need for pretty clothes would do well well to remember that old but none tho less clover device of using colored slips over a white gown Girls who could not afford both n data day dress and a commencement dress bought a nice white frock and wore it on class day over a colored slip with colored accessories and usu ally flowers to match By having various slips of lawn or illk a good white frock may bo worn upon an endless number of occasions Besides providing a chango of cos tumo tho slip actually protects tho gown and helps to keep It fresh A thin gown frequently looks better hangs better with a slip than without one There are various accessories which may be bad to match sash necklace or pendant stockings and oven shoes and where possible flowers Charming and inexpensive frocks may bo made of white eyelet embroid ered In a color and worn over a slip of tho same color r i PRETTY SILK BLOUSE l Blouso of silk trimmed with wide bands of embroidery simulating a bo lero and laced in front with ribbon Tho gulmpo and undorsloovcs aro of tulle Woven of Linen For too stout woman there are beautiful combination garments even thinner than the usual batiste and linen affairs mado by tho perfect seamstress They are low necked and cf knee length Those corset coverpantalon combl nations are of exquisite make and beautiful finishthe really best garment for the wouldbe hipless R CUIRASS STYLE IS POPULAR For Young Girls It Is Acknowledged One of the Most Effective- of the Season Tho cuirass style of gown has brought about an effective combina lion of not covered with embroidery and other materials Ono of the popu lar evening frocks for a girl who has u good figure Is a gracefully fitted cuirass which extends to tho hips and a knifeplaited long skirt The former Is made of coarso net covered with a flat embroidery of silk sou tache and tho latter of messullno with a scroll of the soutache outlining tho top of hem This has tight elbow sleeves fastened with frills of laco and IB cut into a Dutch neck outlined with a fiat band of Valenciennes lace or a tucker of fine white net run with a colored silk ribbon This frock it fastened down the back with lace buttons Tho original model came out In linen with the cuirass of coarse net covered with an Egyptian design ol fine soutache It ran straight to the neckband and was finished with a Dutch collar of baby Irish taco The sleeves aro long almost tlght fitting and finished with a turnover cuff uJ baby Irish ho princess costume is a feature ot the season The pointed waistline is a novelty after tho straight cross effects of the empire cut- Stripes are not as wide as they were last year in mens shirting not are they as fancy Among tho materials used for bath Ing suits are mohair fine serge taffeta and silk serge Somo of tho newest and smartest of skirt and coat costumes are being made without sleeves Tho princess both fitting and semi fitting tho dlrcctolro and the empire aro all holding their own Necklaces of small cut jet be ds will be worn much this summer by those who favor tho collarless gown Shantung for Summer For comfortable summer suits fine serge with shantung for the coat both in thn same shade is being employed Suuh suits are finished simply the only braiding often being on tho turn down collar which comes only to the side of tho front and around slcevca at the hands and possibly- above and below the elbows Tho fancy for trimming sleeves around and around at different parts of tho arm Is a growing one A waist which a girl has just embroidered for herself has R band of embroidery near the rtWWer another on tho arm below the elbow and another at the wrist LIKED BY MARYLAND COOKS feadteatlons of Various Kinds That Eh 8 Batremely Popular In the BM Southern State i SVU4 chlckepwilted lettuce sweet pickles butter new honey and iced tea Cold slices of country smoked ham tomato cups filled with chopped cu cumbers and served with French dressing hot Maryland biscuit straw berry shortcake with whipped cream and black coffee The real Maryland biscuits are made without baking pow der and aro beaten one hour with a biscuit ax then quickly baked Planked shad baked tomatbes cold slaw hot egg bread cold cup custards gooseberry tarts and black coffee Mint Juleps cold slices of young lamb creamed peas mint jelly hot sweet potato biscuit sliced peaches whipped cream and pound cake Soft shell crabs tartar sauce sliced tomatoes asparagus tips brandied peaches hot Maryland biscuit and black coffee Diamond back terrapin a la Mary land lettuce and hard boiled eggs served with mayonnaise dressing hot Maryland shortcake strawberry pre serves and coffee Cups of fresh cold clam juice fried clams chile sauce hot corn meal muffins baked yams freshly gathered figs dipped In rum and sugar and iced tea Baked rock fish Irish potatoes baked in their jackets spring onions hot Maryland biscuit quince tarts and black coffee Broiled oysters chile sauce mustard pickle hot slaw hot cream biscuit Iced cantaloupe flavored with apple brandy and coffee Country jerked beef broiled chicken salad hot yeast rolls crab apple jelly sweet pickled pears mulberry short cake served with whipped cream and iced tea Stewed Peas with Turnips Select fairly good sized turnips pare and cook In salted water Then scobp out the centers leaving a wall a quarter of an Inch thick Drop a little butter into the bottom of each and a dash of pepper and set in a baking dish to keep warm While the turnips are cooking have ready a pint of fresh shelled peas Pour over them sufficient boiling water to cover and boll until tender When tho peas are done drain and season with salt pep per and butter then add a teaspoon ful of flour and two tnblespoonfuls of cream Stir until the sauce thickens and fill tho turnip cups Servo on a hot platter with sprigs of parsley and thin slices of lemon Portable Irons Popular Talking of Ironing recalls the fact given by ono of the house furnishing stores that the sale of portable Irons run by gas electricity or alcohol in creases with remarkable strides It is not unusual these dayo for a woman to start off with such a convenience in her trunk or bag Tho starchless lingerie and the supple fabrics used in gowns make frequent pressing a ne cessity It is not much work to press out a skirt or waist and most women would rather do it for themselves than trust to strange maids that ono finds In hotels and boarding houses Sometimes one would rather do It oneself than depend upon the regular maids of ones own home Grape Marmalade Marmalade made of fox grapes is very good The grapes should bo tripped from the stems and put In a wide mouthed stone jar set in a deep pan of boiling water Heat until tho grapes begin to soften then stir with a wooden spoon or paddle When they are thoroughly crushed and broken rub through u sieve rejecting tho seedsMeasure the pulp and to every pint allow onehalf pound of sugar Put over tho fire and boll for a half hour stirring constantly Put in sealed Ja or jelly glasses Fish Salad Half a pound of cold boiled fish two bard boiled eggs lettuce salad dress ingWash and dry tho lettuce anlarrange it nicely on a pretty white dish Quarter tho eggs and put them round Remove the skin and bones and cut the fish into neat pieces and lay it on the salad Pour some good thick dressing over and serve This is always a popular summer dish and any firm fish such as cod hake or had dock can be used for it Bread Croquettes Rub stale bread in the hands until it is evenly crumbed To one quart of crumbs add four tablespoonfuls of sugar half a cup of currants that have been well picked over washed and dried a grating of nutmeg and three weil beaten eggs Work this mixture with tho hands until it is moist form n small pyramid dip in egg roll in bread crumbs and fry in hot fat These are an excellent accompani ment to fricassee of chicken lamb or veal Scour the Irons One point in which the novice in ironing often fails lies in not having tho irons perfectly clean beforo beginning work To do really good work begin by scouring tho irons thoroughly with soap and water then dry thoroughly with a soft rag They must not be dried on the fire as this creates an immediate rust which works off on tho clothes Milk Sherbet One quart of milk two cups of sugar juice of two lemons ono tea spoon of lemon or orange extract Freeze as ice cream The lemon juice may curdle the milk but It will be all right when frozen I o Pauls Teachings to Thessalonicans Soadij School Lesson for Annul 8 1909 Specialty Arranged for This Paper LESSON BIX1 Thes 61224 Memory verses 1616- OOLDEN TEXTSee that none ren der evil for evil unto any man but ever follow that which Is goodTheo 615 TIME This eplstlo Will written probably In A D 61 or early In A D 62 PLACEAt Corinth during Pauls year and a half work In that city Suggestion and Practical Thought Pauls Letter of Consolation and Wise Advlcol Characteristics of the First Eplstlo to the Thessalonians Note the facts in The Lesson in Its Setting Review the circumstances of the Thessalonlan church as given In Acts 17 See lesson 3 of this quar ter Three missionaries had come there froom Philippi two of them torn and bruised by a terrible flagel lation at Philippi emerging from the lowest dungeon of a prison their whole aspect bespeaking their pov erty their sufferings their earthly in significance These poor persecuted wanderers supported themselves by weaving black goats hair Into tent cloth Here they preached a few weeks founded a church and were driven away by persecution 2 Paul longed to visit them again and made three vain attempts to do so from Bcrea from Athens and from Corinth lie felt their need of train ing and of more knowledge of the truth of comfort and of guidanceI 3 Timothy had just come back tram Thessalonlca and had brought a report concerning the church giving a favorable report in general But two facts were made known by him Ono was that they were suffering se vere persecutions from both Jews and Gentiles tho other that they were die couraged and troubled by the death of some before the second coming of the Lord Jesus 4 The epistle is very personal and retrospective breathing a spirit of af fection and of joy 6 If it seems strange that such a letter could be written to a church founded by Paul less than a year before implying tho wonderful matur ity of this infant church when we compare it with the slow progress of modern missions we must remember that tho first church members were Jews and religious proselytes long trained in the religion of the true God Moreover many of tho Greeks were cultivated and thoughtful people who through the Gospel had been enlightened by the Holy Spirit- A Lesson in Morals for the Build ing Up of the Noblest Christian Life V 23 First the ideal and aim The First sentences of the Lords Prayer express the Ideal of the whole prayer and therefore of all prayer and all living It is as necessary to have the right goal of life as for a sea captain to know tho port for which he is sail- Ing And tho very God of peace Bet ter as R V the God of peace himself the God who brings peacethe peace with himself through sins forgiven and nature in harmony with his peace in the soul peace pf conscience tho peace of trust in God our Father Sanctify you Make you holy pure free from sin and imperfection from every taint of evil Wholly Unto completeness to full perfection in de gree and in kind Whole spirit and soul and body Every part of your nature the spirit that allies us to God tho highest moral nature And soul Second On our way to this ideal we have first as a means the right treat ment of pastors and teachers vs 12 13 We beseech you Because it is so Important and lies within your choice and power To know them To understand their feelings and motives and self denials and their desire to help you even when they admon ish you They hate to do it but If they lovo you they must do it at timesEsteem them very highly In love The greatest force for building char acter is to love and esteem good people such as are worthy to be pastors and teachers And show your esteem and love in every possible way Bo at peace with yourselves By being so earnest in seeking the object of Christian worship and teaching that all differences between individu als are of little value compared with tho great purpose that binds all in oneWe build character by service for others V14 To this end Paul says Wo exhort Encourage summon in spiro by word and example Warn them that are unruly like disorderly soldiers breaking from their ranks Such is the picture presented by the Greek word Cause the unruly to see the evil and danger of their ways Comfort the feebleminded Bet ter as in IL V encourage the faint hearted the discouraged Support the weak Pay especial attention to them That is what your strength is for While we are not to despise propho sylngs we should v 21 prove all things Apply the right test Separate the wheat from tares Distin gulsh between genuine and counterfeit coins of truth Then hold fast that which is nod This is especially needful in our day In a word v 22 abstain from every form of evil R V which is the true rendering of abstain from all appearance of evil You can do this because v 24 faithful In ho that callcth you to this life and this work He will perform his promises I 1885 Berea College 1909 I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO 1 PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all 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 be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Samo lecture library and General advantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE 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 Tho most pracUcal and interesting studios to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man i may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Homo 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 foes ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 year courses with Latin Gee man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The hIghest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for tho 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 informationIculture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches notes sary for State certUlcateIMUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory I Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra teesiExpenses 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 each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is mode up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bcroa in order that it may train young men and womoa for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea llvo in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable trainting and getting pay according to the value pf their labor Except ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn moro may by writing to the Secretary i before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents to1 one dollar a week- PERSONAL j EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is tho best I but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps rand underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera p tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at costILIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent P for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomIfrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In I the fall and 11 u In winter For room furnIshed fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee forfreturn of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned i I when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for core of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersall our instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most I students is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 600 in courses Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses withIJ PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental feo and room the term board by tho half term Installments are as follows t l FALL14 weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 term Installment 946- WINTER12 plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle of x t t t weeks 2900ln ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of r term 900- SPRINGI0 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 t Installment plant first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle ofc lterm 675 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of to fIterm receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for fray lion of a week On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses see below there is a large loss ooca stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which tho student has paid for tho remaining weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will reifceive a certificate for onehalt tho incidental fee paid which certificate be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the stt dent in person or a brother or sister if presented within four terms 1 The first day of Fall term is September 14 1909iThe first day of Winter term is January 4j 1910 The first day of Spring term to March 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEIBEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of tho men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they seo it and to get a 70 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got itKyoB ought to have I 1 kk I jTHE SCHOOL I PLAYTIME IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS f The Educational Value of Play By J W DINSMORE THE PLAYGROUND PLAY GROUND FORESIGHT Every school should bo provided with an ample pity ground the whole site occupying at least two acres The location should be chosen with a vew to fitness That is it should be land slightly elevated but level It possible there should be separate spaces for the sexes tho It Is en tir ly proper for them to play togeth oralien they choose to do so under the supervision of the teacher Tbere should also be a place forth very small children who cannot share in the games of the larger pu ells The boys should have a space large enough for baseball or scrubball ast li usually played In rural dis tricts It the ground Is unsuitable at the beginning of the term it should be among the first duties of the teacher with the assistance of the I puplls to put it in shape All shrubbery bushes stones and sticks should be removed and the surface made smooth There should be trees flow i ors and grass on some portion of the school grounds but not on the site chosen for play When the several r ITHE FARM I t GARDEN Hy F O CLARK IContinued from July 8 The subject of pruning fruit trees which was mentioned in tho last artl t cleon tho abov subject la perhaps t less understood than any other part of fruit growing A plant has a certain amount off strength and If we allow all of this to be used In producing branches 1I there Is nothing left to make the fruit Wo chould grow as few branch enoughJjbearing plants should be trimmed i once in a year This should bo J done in the early spring before the buds begin to swell I 4 What then are we to prune offT Here is w2ero tho great mistake is mado Wo Generally tako cff the II first that wo come to without re I hard to fruit bering Each plant bears its fruit In a peculiar manner some on wood one year old some on two year old wood and some on agesIbranches of all ages We see then that it is necessary to know the plant lest we destroy KJ possibilities of fruit bearing i The apple and pear fruits are borne upon short spurs of tho pre vious years growth only This spur must be one year and it must grow from a branch that Is one year old r or more It is very natural to cut off these I little spurs along the branches to make the tree look smooth but itI must not be done The ends that have grown long and whip like should be cut off the water sprouts and all branches that grow down or crosswise enough to rub other branches r SEASONABLE 1I Now that the summer relishes are becoming the house keeper i I begins to think of the supplies I Here la a good recipe for ONION AND Wash and dry one peck I of very small cucumbers Peel one J heaping quart of small onions Have Jars clean and cold fill Jars with alternate layers of cucumber onions a slice of sweet red pepper to each lay j er and sprinkle each liberally with whole allspice and celery seed Scald 1 gallon good cider vinegar contain I ing one of salt and one twothirds cup of granulated sugar pour this mixture while hot over the and seal at once The cucumbers must be perfectly fresh or the plctlec will not be crisp After corn cob and fried corn have had their Innings try some CORN FRITTERS Take six ears of sweet corn tho grains and scrape from the cob Mix with a tablespoonful of flour one halt teaspoon of bakingpowder one I fourth teaspoon of salt and one I Another Way of Looking at It little Johnnie not yet throe years is very fond of his grandfather day while following him he said 1old pa yous got a hole In Granpa said Where Johnt see it John replied Look 1atI It wit yous finger granpaThe Dellnf 1 j I W divisions have been made and the boundaries indicated no unnecessary trefpaslng should be allowed- CLASSIFICATION OF GAMES Some games only require physical strength or agility as Leap Frog Prisoners Base and nearly all games of running and Jumping may therefore be styled as physical ex el tise games- Then there are those which depend upon skill such as marbles and mumbletypeg Some are almost wholly mental as checkers chess and all card gtmes Again there are games of chance as dlce throwing matching pennies awl many others Some combine the qualities ofchance and skill as most card games where tho player must take the cards dealt to him and make the most out of them by skillful handling The best games for young people are those that combine physical ex ercise with thought and skill A largo number compose this class chief of which in school life are foot ball baseball and basketball lawn tennis and croquet THE HOME FRUIT abundant winter The tree should be kept balancedIas far as possible The the branches are thick thinned out All cuts should be made close up to the trunk or main limb The grape bears its fruit shoots of tho season and these young shoots come from canes of the previous years growth Only a few exceptions be found Old wood that is lover two years old is therefore of little value Old canes are harmful aa plant food required to keep them alive Of course the main cano of a grape vine must be old but this should be as short and small as pos sible Did you see a farmer cut off all the one year old canesII and then expect the old ones duce grapes is best to cut off all but four or five canes but these should be as far as possible of the one year old stockIBut some one asks Why talk about pruning trees at this time of the year To prune correctly you must under stand the habit of tho plant what part of tho tree and on what aged branches fruit produced Now is tho time to get out and examine tho trees and vines Note where the fruit grows where it starts to grow and then decays Sw what trees produce finest quality note whether wheItherare the water sprguts of any value or do they hurt the tree Locate the useful branches and then save these when pruning time comes In short study your trees and vines and you will be convinced that pro per pruning ta a great towards success with the home fruit gordenI I 1 THEHOME f- j RECIPES My Mn Jennie L Hill CUCUMBER PICKLES thoroughly cup t cucumbers on the split egg atorI on is ever It is the I well beaten Drop by spoonfuls on a I hot greased griddle and bake slowly so as to be well done through De careful not to burn SUCCOTASHIs change after corn and beans alone have become common Take one dozen ears of uncooked corn scraped Boll until well done one pint of shelled lima beans Add these to the corn with one cup cf the liquor with which the beans were cooked Season with a tablespoonful of butter and salt and pepper to l taste Allow the succotash to boll upi twice Dy then the corn will be cook ed and ready to serve When lima beans can not b J had the common ohelled beans may be usedISTUFFED TOMATOES Scrape corn from with the centers taken from six good sized firm tomatoes add salt and pep per refill the tomatoe Shells and bake till tender Instead of using fresh corn left ove fried or boiled corn may be used in this way The Man Fond of His I Work I Give us 0 give us the man who sings at his work Be his occupation what It may he is equal to any of those who follow tho same pursuit in Inipersevere Carl1leI c INDIVIDUAL FARMS Will Be Given Unequalled Op portunities at the Great Blue Grass Fair CONDITIONS FOR EXHIBITS All Kentucky Farmers Eligible to En ter Extraordinary Competitive Ex habit Under Simple Conditions Set Out BelowDo Not Forget That En tries Close Monday August 2 In order to stimulate Interest In Im proved agriculture and to otter oppor tunity to show to the world the char actor of farm products grown In thin section the Blue Grass Fair to be held at Lexington the week of August 914 has framed conditions for the following exhibit which should be one of Its most attractive and beneficial features Exhibit of products from Individual farms not less than six from appended list to be shown all to be grown by exhibitor 100 divided into four pre mlums50 25 15 10 From the following list the exhibitor Is to choose not less than six products of his own farm to bo shown and it Is also understood that exhibitor may show as many more than six as he may desireBurley Tobacco One plant of green tobacco In pot or cut- HempThreeIneh bundle Corn in StalkSix stalks Sorghum in StalkSix stalks Wheat in Straw TwoInch bundle Oats In Straw Twoinch bundle Rye In StrawTwoInch bundle Barley In StrawTwoInch bundle Alfalfa TwoInch bundle Red Clover TwoInch bundle Alslke TwoInch bundle Crimson Clover Twoinch bundlo Soy Beans TwoInch bundle Cow PeasTwoInch bundle Blue Grass TwoInch bundle Timothy TwoInch bundle Orchard Grass TwoInch bundle German millet TwoInch bundle I Potatoes Selection of six an named variety I The exhibits will be Judged by points on the following basis Quality 60i points diversity and commercial value 25 points arrangement 15 I pointsWhere grains are exhibited In tho bundle the Judge will consider both Quality and quantity All samples of grains must be cor- I recUy named as to variety Tags to so designate them will be supplied by I the superintendent in charge Each exhibit must bo arranged so as otIlegumes be attached to a board as in dIsplayII In the case of tobacco it is suggested- that plants intended for exhibit bo grown in pots though cut tobacco may also be shown I Where an exhibitor grows both smooth and bearded wheat he may If he so desires show a bundlo of each and have same count as two of the six articles required to permit his exhibit The twoInch bundle used to designate quantity to be shown means two Inches in diameter where tiedAll exhibits will be marked by number tags alone and no names of exhibitors shall In any case be attached nor shall there be any designation exhibitorsItucky will bo eligible to competition Entries close Monday Aug 2 at 6 oclock p m antI ao entry will be accepted thereafter All exhibits must be placed not later than 6 oclock p m of Saturday Aug 7 and no exhibit that is not In place and complete at that time shall be eligible to compete Prof H Garman of the Kentucky Experiment StaUon will ast as judge Prof George Roberts of the State University of Kentucky will be Super- Intendent in charge The standing committee for the department consists of Mr C E Marvin chairman Prof C W Mathews Dr S H Halley Prof George Roberts Mr George D Karsner Though In no sense relating to this exhibit or coming into competition for any of the prizes offered the management of the Blue Grass Fair Is grail fied to state that the Kentucky Experi ment Station will make a display at tho fair on the lower floor of the Flor al Hall where this exhibit will be held The display will be taken prin cipally from the department of Prof H Carman and will not only Include a large number of samples of crops grown on the Experiment Station farm but will also attempt to set forth areIgrown In Central Kentucky and which can be successfully combatted by farmers who use improved methods recommended by the Experiment Sta tion As in past years the Blue Grass Fair will continue both day and night during the week of August 9th to 14th Each evening beginning at 730 a band concert will be given the full program of free acts will follow and til the largo aggregation of shows will be open iy GOOD HEALTH Dr Cowley tells how to get and keep it A series of articles each oneof which may be worth the price of a doctors bill or a coffin Especially prepared for The Citizen DEADLY DIPHTHERIA Dlptberia Is an extremely dangerous diseosen because It Is very contagious I and very fatal But diphtheria is a I distinctly preventable disease The germs causing the disease are In the throat and are lodgedI sneezed and spit out by the If then the patient coughs sneezes and spits Into cloths or papers which are Immediately burned the germs of the disease are largely destroyed and I lessenedjWhen from the rest of the family and the person who nurses It should not mingle with the rest of the family but stay In the room with the patient Dont wait till the doctor calls it diphtheria for then it is too late to prevent the rest of the children catching it but do It as soon as the throat shows any white or light color spotsAfter the patient Is well and the throat has been clear of membrane for one week the room should be fumi gated with sulphur over night and then all the bedding hung In the sun all day No person from the house where diphtheria Is should go to school church or other public assembly Treatment Every case of diphtheria should be treated with diphtheria an titoxic It your doctor hasnt it on hand have him get It at all costs as soon as possible In case of death the body should be wrapped in a sheet wet with carbolic acid solution apd no public funeral held These simple directions If followed will prevent the spread of diphtheria and cure almost every case negative Virtues Beware of making your moral staple consist of the negative virtues It is good to abstain and teach others to abstain from all that is sinful or hurtful Bjt making a business of It leads to emaciation of character un less one feeds largely also on the more nutritious diet of active sympa thetic i benevolence Oliver Wendell Holmes The Shoe for Luck The bride or bridegroom must not pick up the shoe that is thrown when they are departing Sometimes In play lurledItshoo Is the brides father and It is considered very unlucky to pick tip the shoe EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued from Ittt pge Creek the second Saturday of August We hope to have representatives from all the schools there with good reportsour schools began Inst Monday with a large attendance and much Interest by oUEva Mortise of Atlanta Laurel Co and Curtis How ard of Laurel Creek died recently of consumption Both leave a large circle of bereaved friends Jfhe primary election takes place next Saturday All candidates are exceedingly hope ful oven It there are only nine aspirants for the same office as In the case for assessor We hope to see the men of this county stand by the prln ciples of their party and make this the banner one In a clean election selecting men who will servo their county weltDr Maggard and Mr successfuljlIshlnl Mrs John Muncy and two daughters of Hyden are visiting friends here Chester Rice has gone to be examined StatcsiarmMrsWilliamsburg are visiting hero during the illness and death of their brother and uncle Mr E Rawllngs James Jewell a recent graduate of Bereas excelIlentEmit Rowlings passed away this morn ing because of heart disease Ho was one of tho leading business men of this community being a member of the gas and telephone companies Mr Rawlings was the son of Lafayctto and Fannie Rawllngc pioneer settlers of this place They have long been recognized as tho leaders of Burning Springs In religious and municipal affairs He leaves a widow two sons three daughters parents brothers sisters and a host of friends to mourn his untimely death Wo extend to his bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy In their loss of a kind hus band and father This community has RaWIlingsand municipal affairs will influence I others to be loyal to all that tends to making a successful home and coun try For years he has been a consistent member of the M 23 church The K P Lodge of this place assist ed by the Rev Mr Johnson will con duct the funeral service Interment day will be in the Macedonia cemetery toI a t imiGUTSHAUK- Brlghtshade July 16Most of the schools have begun Floyd Wagers bar gone to Manchester to take the examination Joo Lewis candidate for Jailer wan here yesterday elec tioneering Crops have been damaged by tho excess of rain especially In bottom lands Tho crop of potatoes however is very fine The stave mill has been running during the past week and there are now no more rough staves on the yard Little at tention is being paid to tho stave RepI dent Luther Hatton and Wm Rice candidate for county clerk have no opposition But for all other import ant offices thero are several candi dates and close contests will be the caulk Regular church services were held at Mudllck Saturday and Sunday with preaching by Rev Wm Cotton glm and Rev Marsh Broughton It is not probably that there will bo any school this fall at Mudllck and at Indian Gravo Branch since there are no school Louses in theso sub distrlctr ESTILL COUNTY TTAOKKSYILL- EWagcrsvlllo July 26 There is a great deal of sickness In this vlcI i- tyMr and Mrs Simp Warford and children Mr and Mrs Ambrose Wilson were the guests cf Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers Saturday night and Sunday Little Park Flynn Is very sick with typhoid Mr and Mrs J M Edwards were visiting at Rico Station Sunday nflcrnoon Mrs Jeff Wagers Is sick Miss Cynthia Sparks entertained a number of friends Sunday Miss Lena Edwards was the guest of Miss Katherine Wagers Sunday Misses I Etta and Lizzie Wagers of Richmond and Anna M Scrivner visited Miss Mary Wilson Saturday night and SundayMr and Mrs Horace War ford were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Congleton on Doc Creek Satur day night and Sunday Elder H J Clark delivered a very Interesting sermon at the Wagcrsvillo school house Saturday night Mrs A K Scrlvncr Is visiting relatives in Rich mond and Bcrea Mr and Mrs Ambrose Wagers visited the tatters par ents Mr and Mrs It J Scrlvnor Sat day and Sunday Misses Nettle and Bess Wagers of Richmond went home last week after a months visit with Mss Katherine Wagers LOCUST lIUANCn Locust Branch July 2GUncle David Gentry is very litTho Rev Mr Winkler filled his regular appointment hero yesterday and delivered a very Interesting sermon Brother WInkler has been preaching at the Parks school house In the new church building for the post week and will still continue for a few days lie has taken seven confesslons Prof Wen French of Witt will begin a singing at Beaver Pond church Saturday night August 7Mllses Bottle and Kffle Blcbncll of Wallaceton are visiting relatives at this place Wo were favored with good singing here in church Sunday which was highly appreciated and we owe our thanks toI Profb Cox and French Misses Lil lian Howard Olllo Cox and Land Dr Laud and wife who are now in Oklahoma are expected home about August Gllr Jas Combs and Will Todd passed thru hero Monday on their way to Cavander to buy sheep Mr Sherman Land went to Irvine Saturday on business H O Dick nell Is In Panola today on business Mt and Mrs D B Dennle visited at H O Blcknclls Sunday Miss Pearson of Panola visited Miss Flor ence Coyle Saturday night and Sun day OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Island City July 22 People are done laying by corncrops look better now than for ten years School began at Oak Grove July IS with about eighty attendance J F Brewer and D G Wood teachers several of the patrons were out and heard a nice delivery from Brewer Wood and Superintendent P M FryeJns Kelley passed thru here Monday on his way to Doe CreekS G Fields of Sexton Creek Will on Island Creek Monday W J Gentry received an Increase on his pension from 800 up to IOSI1aJ Moore ono of Boreae students began his school at Riverside July 18th It was his first en trance as a teacher Arthur Dryant will leave In a few days for CoJIfor nla where bo expects to make his homeT II Hurct one of Owsloy Countys best qualified men Is now a candidate for magistrate in tho Stur geon precinct Ellas Neeley of Blake will move his saw and grist mill to White Oak In a few daysOld corn still continues at 1 per bushel James Short a traveling grocery salesman was on Island Creek Mon day George Harvey left Sunday for Booncvllle with his son who Is very low with rheumatism It is reported that Hugh Crank will bogln a series of meetings at Walnut Grove In a few dayo Tho Rev J T Gentry is expected home In a few days from Haran James Kelley has purchased JohnI x A THE MARKET urea Prices Cabbage new 4e per lb Potatoes new 100 per bu Eggs per dos 15c Cutter per lb 20c DACONISalt side 12tfc ttFremlumHAMS Country loc Premium 16c Lard per lb 12c Pure He Fryers 01 foot 12c per lb liens on foot 9c per lb Feathers per lb 36c Hay No 1 Timothy 16 Per ton Common H per ton Corn 85o per bu Wheat per bu 100 Oats 750 a bu In 5 bu IotaI Cracked corn 190 per 100 lbs Wheat screenings 200 per 100 Ibs Ship stuff 160 to 160 per 100 Ibs Ties No 1 L 4t N 84x7x9 45cj culls 20c Live Stock V Louisville July 27 1909 CALVES IJcst 650 7 00 Beet steers and fat heifers 3 35 5 65 Cows 3 30 4 75 Cutters 2 00 33G Canners 90 216 Dulls 2 00 4 25 Feeders 3 50 4 75 Stockers 2 25 4 GO Cholco milch cows 35 00 42 60 Common to fair 15 00 35 00 Cattle market very dull CALVES Best 6 75 7 25 WIMedium 4 00 6 CO Common 2 60 400 HOGS 165 Ibs and up 815 130 to 103 Ibs 7 J5 Pigs 625 7 86 Roughs 715 down smtPDest lambs G 60 7 CO Butcher lambs 4 75 55 Culls 3 00 4 00 Best fat sheep 425 down MESS PORK 136- 0HAMSChoice sugar cured light and special cure HVSc and 15c heavy to medium 14cB- REAKFAST BACON 17C SIDES 134c- BELidES15Ye SHOULDERS 12c DRIED BEEF ISo LARD Puro tierces 12c tub 13c pure leaf tierces He firkins 14Kc tubs 144e- BUTTERPacking ISo Elgin cream ery GO lb tubs 2Sc prints 29c EGGSCase count 17V418c POULTRY Hens 1212i4c roosters Cc springers 1516C ducks 8c tur keys 12a geese 6c WHEAT No 2 red 105 No 3 LOO OATSNew No 8 white CtHc No 2 mixed 53Hc mlt RYENe2 Northern 9Cc I largo attendanceThese words are true There are more moonshine stills Iin Owoloy County than has been for i ten years liquor being scattered on- t every aide shooting on public high ways Not a single effort being made to slop It Clayton and Terrah Gentry I I Roscoo and Vccty Roberts visited P M Fryes Sunday and report a nice time VINCENT Vincent July 24Tho farmers thru lout our community are thru farming are now taking a general rest I and vacationS P Caudcll who has I the Needmore school in charge is doing fine work Tho school tics adIBotncr was here a few days John Brewer of this place has gone to Mlddlcsboro to see his son Harvey meetingIers good workTho graded school on Buck Creek Is under way of construe eJtlon There will be an educational rally held on the grounds July 30 TllAVKILrUS IlIMT Travelers Rest July 24The Owe ley County Institute convenes July 20 to Aug 1 at Boonovllle Prof Sharon of Richmond Is the instruc torProf Calico and Mr Bowman cf I Bcrea college gave us a free entertainment at the Presbyterian church I Friday night July 23The Rev H FIFloyd and son of Dayton 0 closo their meeting at this place Saturday the 21th Much good hIlSIbeen accomplished Col Ben Botner attended court at Irvine last weekIMi James Browning has Joined our baseball team at this place and will probably assist In pitching some future games W C Hamilton J B thruITravis and other points west Travelers Rest July 2GJ B Row lett is in his seventysixth year find he has twelve children seventytwo grandchildren and twentysix great grandchildren making In all ono hundred and ten descendantsW W Wilson and family spent Sunday with J G Rowlett and family Nora nod Eliza Rowlett are planning to enter school at Boron In SeptemberlIlrsITom McGuIro of Idamay spent last week with Mrs J C Wilson I tr Yell oreesr o Dtiitis NNsftio t I- Mi1fNolo Berea and Vicinity i 0 soo e G a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e 6- I o 0 eeoeeoooocoeooooE DR BEST DENTIST CITY rilONB 1C3 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TABLE SOUTH BOUND Local ClnclnnaU 645 a m 825 p m BEREA 1114 a m 1226 p m NORTH BOUND ICnoxvillo 630 a m 1100 Po m BEREA 129 p m 400 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 755 a m Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p m BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m Knoxvlllo 700 p m 650 a m EXPRESS TRAINSStop to let off or take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND BEREA 436 p m Cincinnati 835 p m t ec F Bender was In town over Sunday Frank Bongo camo Monday from Hamilton 0 for a short vialt hbre S B McG lro of Rockford Is work Iny at the spoke factory hero Miss Esther Logsdonj of Brasstleld spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here Tho Ariel Quartette left Monday for a two weeks trip In tho mountains to give concerts Misses Elizabeth Lewis and LIIIlo Cbrlsman spent the day at Cowbell Hollow last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Geo Haldano stopped over for a short time Friday on their way to their homo at Oreonhall Mrs Ella Lyon of Ashland Ky tho nleco of Mr and Mrs Joe Branaman It making them an extended visit We want your wool at the highest market price on Depot street A L Gott Co Claries and John Flanery and Lvlrbor Gabbard visited at Mrs T J Flunerys last Sunday afternoon FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain in good condition Apply to J J Grccnleaf Asolgnee Richmond Ky Dr and Mrs W G Boat were out of Bcrea from Saturday until Monday visiting at the home of Mrs Bests sister Miss Delphlno Dunkcr left Monday for a weeks visit at Grocnhall with Mr and Mrs Geo Haldano and other friendsMiss Evallna Moore who was tho pleasant guest of Miss Etta Moore for tho past two weeks returned to her homo at Newport Sunday- In the absence of the pastor the Rev Mr Swift a Baptist minister filled tho pulpit at tho Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Misses May and Della Harrison were the guests of Miss Graco Baker ats her grandfathers homo near Wallace ton last Thursday and Friday A ball game was played here Satur day between tho Speedwell and Boron boys Tho game resulted in a score ot 12 to 21n favor of Speedwell Mrs L A Davis and two sons Lewis and Edward returned Sunday after an extended visit with Mr and MOl James Klnnanl of Omaha Neb r NItMr T J Flanery has one of tho crops ot corn In this section ono piece being already too old to oat Tho seed was bought from tho CcllCKO Work has been started this week on Mr E F Dlznoys now house on I lilt place just beyond Mr Frank Blazers Mr C C Preston Is the contractorA reception was given last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs W II Porter to quite a number of tho ladles of Borca to meet Mrs II 0 Woolf A party was given last Friday oven Ing to Frank Lavorlna in honor of his birthday by a number of friends on the lawn at Ladles Hall Ho start ed Monday for his homo In Cuba Miss Lena G Rollng tho teacher of Primary methods and observation in tho Eastern Kentucky State Nor mal at Richmond Is spending several days hero for rest and recreation Dt Thomson will preach at the Union church Sunday night at 730 Ho has received steroptlcon views of tho children of Israel In Egypt and will illustrate his sermon with them We sell all kinds of feed coal ice cedar and locust poets and best quali ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on tho market- Phone 169 Holiday Co Railroad St Berea Ky f t The Rev R L Brandenburg was called to the home of his motherin law Mrs Nolan near Brassfleld last Saturday on account of tho illness of his wife who has been visiting there M A Logsdon formerly of this place and Mrs Dora Bratchor were married In Winchester a few days ago and have gone to Panola where the happy groom is postmaster and storekeeper and where they will reside Tho partnership existing for the last five years between Coyle Hayes has been dissolved Mr Coylo buying out tho Interests of his partner He will front now on run the business alone Mr Rayon has not decided what he will do Arthur Gulnn son of Mr and Mrs T F Gulnn was killed last Satur day night near his homo at Snider He had been at tho homo of his vaionts in tho evening and left them about nine oclock to walk to Snider It Is thought that ho sat down on tie track and went to sleep and was thrown off by a train Ho was baled Tuesday by tho Odd Fellows Hi leavea a wife and threo children The bereaved family havo tho deepest sympathy of their many friends FOR SALE Ono of tho moat desirable homes In Berea on Center street will bo sold Aug 21 at pub lic sale unless previously disposed of Terms will bo mado known privately A splendid opportunity for a man wishing to come to Berea to educate his children Eight rooms and moun tain water in the house 100 foot front 200 feet deepJ E Dalton Prof and Mrs L V Dodgo will start Friday for a trip of two months or over In tho West reaching as far as tho Pacific coast The prime ob ject of their trip Is tho national en campment of the G A R at Salt Lak City and they will spend con siderable time there Prof Dodge has been asked to take part In a couple of Campfires and to preside over tho monster meeting In tho Armory on tho night of Aug 12 Tho encampment Is August 914 Before reaching Salt Lake City Mr and Mrs Dodgo will gc up Pikes Peak After leaving there they will visit the Yellowstone and tho Seattle Exposition then go by tho Mt Shasta route to San Francisco tho YosemIte Lake Tahoc Los Angeles and fin ally leave by tho Santa Fo for the East making side trips to the homes of the cliff dwellers in Now Mexico and the Grand Canyon of tho Colorado The will visit many friends on the way Mrs Dodge Is this year senior vicepresident of tho Kentucky State Womans Relief Corps and as ouch Is a delegate to the national conven tion of the corpj which meets at the same time as the G A R SPECIAL TRAINS The rate ot one fare plus twenty five cents for tho round trip will apply from all points In Kentucky and from Cincinnati Ohio to Lexington during the week of tho hip Blue Grass Fair August 9th to 14th The rate goes Into effect August 8th tho day before the fair and return tickets will bo good to leave Lexington not later than midnight of August 16th Special trains will be run dally over overy road entering Lexington arriv lug early enough In the morning and leaving late enough In tho afternoon to longdayBlue Grass Fair TAX NOTICE To tho tax avers of tho town of Berca You are hereby notified that your taxes for tho year of 1909 are now due as tho town li in need of fundsIfor street repairs you will ready to settle when I call upon you which will bo In the next few days YoursW Harrison Tax Collector WILL NOT MAKE RACE W J Blanton wishes to make a statement to his friends Tho educational Board has asked me not to mako the race for magistrate and as I feel that my school work Is far more important than tho magistrates place I withdraw from tho race and ask my friends to sup port the cleanest and best qualified man for the place I wish to thank all my friends most sincerely for their hearty support which I will not forget VeryrespectfullyW Consolation Tie better to have sold at cost than sever to havo sold at all e 1 1 a j o i College Items I 4 0- o HERE AND THE- REoeaoesSi0NQS0 0 Mrs Putnafh and Miss Moore who spent three weeks at Lake Chautaugua have returned to Boron Mrs Howard Taylor came last week from Philadelphia to Join Mr Taylor who has been hero since commence mentCarter Robinson Is In the hospital possibly with an attack ot typhoid tho the nature of his trouble Is still uncertainCam Lewis a former student and known to most of us Is now making his homo at Harlan and working for a Knoxville Tenn wholesale grocery houseWord has been received here that Dr Bond who Is working on the Ad justment Fund suffered a slight sun stroke while at work last week He has about recovered Prof and Mrs Scale and two chil dren and Prof and Mrs Calfee and baby left Thursday for several weeks at Lake Chautauqua The work ot cleaning and repairing Ladles Hall la progressing rapidly and the building will look better and fresher than over when tho girls re turn to it In the Fall Dr R H Cwoley who has been In Rochester Minn for two weeks Budying has stopped In Chicago on his way home to see Ochsner operate He will reach Berea Saturday Prof J C Bowman has returned from a visit to Appalachia Va whore he found about sixty young people forIfall term Madttone The madftone Is a stono popularly supposed tc euro hydrophobia Such stones usutlly of the size and shape of an egg are superstitiously preserved In parts of the United States because they are believed to absorb venom The madstons Is a light por ous stone of greenish color They are quite rare being only occasionally found In tho south Water Meter Hammer There Is an enormous fortune with the blessing of suffering humanity waiting for the man who invents a water meter that will not hammer through tho pipes of a house when a bathtub faucet is running New York Press A Suggestion I cannot think but that tho world would be bettor and brighter It our teachers would dwell on the Duty of Happiness as well as the Happiness of DutySlr John Lubbock FOR SALE One nearly new 20 II P boiler and engine sawmill and plan Ing mill complete with fine 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 Informa tion call on II Muncy and Sons Berea Ky Phone 67 or Sand Ky Phono 3 on McKee line GapI WANTEDNews The Citizen Is a newspaper and we always want all the news We have not time tq call on every one In town every week and some times dont hear Important things till too late to print them And sometimes we hear wrong But we want to print all the news and have it right So If you have any thing of Interest we will be mighty glad to have you call us up or drop in and If you dont and tho 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 A SENSIBLE BREAKFAST The staple or what the French call the piece de resistance of a breakfast should consist of some form of moat flab egg or milk or ita equivalent In a starch or sugar Ilka bread toast or cakes says Dr Woods Hutchlnson In Womans Home Companion for Aug These may bo supplemented by hot breads gems or biscuits with the proper modicum of fat In the shape cf two or throe parts of butter sugar and the alkaline salts In the shape of some fruit or preserves or syrup upon cakes and an accessory or appetiz er In the form of tea coffee or cocoa The socalled cereals and breakfast foods ought not be made the mainstay of the breakfast An accessories or after they are admissible beforeI ful but they lack seriously In Ing power In proportion to weight bulk and power of satisfying the appetite The Old Man and Death An old man that bad traveled a lone way with a great bundle of fagots found himself so weary that he flung It down and called upon death to deliver him from his most miserable ex Istence Death came straightway ot wantledman just do me the favor to help me up with my bundle of fagots Aesop Why They Fall Some men never succeed because they expend all their energy cursingI their luck Philadelphia IN WASHINGTON Continued from Pint PaCLIform acceptable to the President and the people One of the most prolong ed fights was over tho cotton and wool schedules Ohio ranks third among tho wool growing states and she has made a strong effort to re tain tho protection which wool has heretofore received But this Is not theIA much disputed point was as to whether tho Customs Court provided for by the bill should sit in Washing ton or In Now York but Washington was finally selected Another point of difficulty has been aol to tho Tariff Commission which the Senato bill authorizes The Senators Intended that this Commission should furnish Information to Congress as well as to tho President The House however jealous of Its power over fiscal legislation persuaded the Senate conferrees to strike out that portion of the section which authorized tho Commission to aid Congress The frank reason for this Is that they fear that the President would appoint low CommissionI ate tariff The policy of Issuing bonds to pay for the construction of the Panama Canal Is being severely criticized It Is said that we have done nothing aa yet toward the reduction of the Spanish War bonded debt and that the Interest alone on tho enormous amount of bonds whose authoriz ation Is contemplated will amount to annuallyIThe willIthat It is questionable whether the strategic importance of our ownership of tho Canal will counterbalance the great expense ot building it and that wo should hesitate long before plunging our posterity so heavily in to debt for a doubtful beneUtIThe Wright brothers making successful flights Tremendous crowds Include the most distinguished men and women in Washington are in attendance at Fort Myer every evening to witness tho experiments CrampsThousands of ladies suffer agonies every month If you do stop and think Is it natural tt Emphati cally and positively NO I Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering TAKE CAlLOW It Will Help You- I suffered 9 years writes Mrs Sarah J Hos kins of Cary Kyi1I had female trouble and would nearly cramp to death My back and side would nearly kill me with pain I tried everything to get relief but failed and at last began to take Cardui givoQroduiy AT ALL DRUG STORES a BLUE GRASS REGION Center of Richest Agricultural Section of the United States TO BE SET OUT AT GREAT FAIR Resources of Kentuckys Inexhaustible Domain to Be Fittingly Exhibited at Coming Blue Grass Fair Classifica lion of This Exposition Unique Among Works of Its Kind Lexington Kentucky Is In the ten tor of the richest and most famous ag ricultural and live stock raising sec tlon of the United States if not of the world The renowned Blue Grass region has a reputation extending to many lands and of the Interests with which It Is particularly concerned the Blue Grass Fair Is representative Al though In magnitude and Importance fully on tho basis of a state fair the Blue Grass Fair which is responsible alone to the enterprise of its stock holders for organization and dependent upon the support of the people of Cen tral Kentucky for maintenance does not try to reach outside tho particular products with which its section is concerned and to which Its further advancement may in some measure bo due Always bearing In mind tho slo gan a Kentucky fair for Kentucky products It omits from Its classlflca tlon certain breeds of live stock for which most state fairs make provision Such omission Is Intended In no senso of criticism It Is rather a course adopted after careful consideration for what is believed to bo the best Inter ost of Kentucky and particularly of this section Great Horse Show The classification of tho Blue Grass Fair Introduced In 1907 and since re I affirmed Is unique among works of Its kind No other fair ever In separating completely lucceedeaI breeding and show classes departments The former are provid I ed for the three great American breeds the only three with which Ken tucky is In any sense concerned The show classes are thrown open to the world specifications of Individuality being the only consideration taken Into account Competent judges have pronounced the horse show at the Blue Grass Fair the best In America No where else can such a display of breed- Ing stock be found no where else do both saddle and harness rings fill so t well or offer contests so stirring and satisfactory to the lover of the horse Attention Is particularly directed the thousanddollar stake for toI od saddle horses offered as a of this years fair It will be the most valuable stake of Its kind contested In Kentucky and it should produce the greatest battle between fivegalted horses ever seen on a fair grounds Other Departments Great as Is the prominence given the horse other departments of live stock are by no means neglected With the possible exception of tho Missouri and Tennessee State Fairs no other show I of mules and jack stock approaches that at Lexington while very liberal provision Is made for Shorthorn Here ford Angus and Jersey cattle the four breeds with which Kentucky is particularly concerned The national as I sociations for the promotion and registration of these cattlo have In three instances shown their appreciation of the Importance of tho Blue Grass Fait by making liberal appropriations to it Tho provisions for both swine and I sheep are broad The poultry department will be a feature of increased In terest There are premiums offeree for practically every class of womans work and the first floor of the Floral- Hall will become a rendezvous for farmers on account of the Individual farms exhibit there placed and tho educational display that will be made by the Kentucky Experiment Station Tho addition of an Automobile Day not only adds to the variety ot the program but also shows how heartily the greatest horse fair of the world concurs In the propagation of an Inven tion that has already become ono of the mechanical factors of tho age Horse races moreover are not neg locted There will be abundant inter eating contests of speed DayIThis the fourth annual exhllbtion of the Blue Grass Fair Association will bo held tho week of August 9th to 14th It opens tho circuit of prominent fairs and live stock shows of the country a circuit of which it Is recognized as an Important member It thus offers the first meting ground for tho herds and flocks and the noted horses that are destined to do battle down the line throughout tho season As In former years it will be held upon the beauti ful grounds of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association In order however to afford every advan tage to exhibitors and to have an abun dance cf room it leases a largo body of land directly contiguous to those grounds upon which havo been erect ed firstclass buildings for the housing of cattle sheep and hogs I Thero will be no days of the fair specially designated for tho people of the surrounding counties of Kentucky They are desired and expected to be present just as many days out of tho Week as possible But Tuesday Aug 10th has been made Lexington and JCentral Kentucky Day when It It hoped to have a large outpouring of home people Invitation has been ex tended tho Louisville Commercial Club to come on Wednesday Aug 11th Ex cursion rates of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip will bo given by all railroads in the state throughout the week Furthermore there will be spe 1 cial trains dally from all directions Entries to all live stock classes close Monday Aug 2 at 6 oclock p m and this rule will be strictly enforced After the first day the fair will be opened promptly at 10 oclock each morning Intermission for luncheon taken at 12 noon with the afternoon program beginning at 1230 p m For further Information catalogues 1 or entry blanks address Secretary- Jouott ShousetiTHE FLORAL HALtfFine Place to Meet Your Friends at the Blue Grass Fair Tho Floral Hall at this years big Blue Grass Fair which comes the week of August 9th to 14th at Lexing ton will be one of its most attractive features The hall Is under tho direct supervision of Mr G Norton Sharpe who mado such a success of It last year The first floor will be given over to exhibits of farm products and to a special exhibit which the Kentucky Ex pennant Station will make for the benefit of the farmers of Kentucky- On the second floor will be seen attractive booths decorated and occupied by prominent Lexington merchants On tho third floor there will be the ex bibIts of womans work and table lux urles provision being mado for 123 dif I ferent classes The entire hall will be handsomely i decorated there will be music all day throughout the week and men women and children alike who come to the entertaini I UNION LAWN FENCE I Costs yen little proTei Terr satisfactory y for lawn door yards tsar dens We make fenclnc for lawn door yard field hog and pooltrr Write for DeKalb at41ocII wr BUYYOUR r are Dealers and can do better for OU Write for rice list and ship ping tags Wefunuhwool bags free Ale lABEL A SONS- EIIUIHIN i r lees 228 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY ECTRI iAND fCHQ I Photography mieretti emytody AMERICAN A- rilOTOGIIArHVteachMlt Beautiful pUture moth I I f price confetti pktuM I criildtm nuettlot ant I e Sample copy frt I II you mention thin piper American Photography a Draco SU ulo WOOL1 IHIDESMDFURS GistseGolden merchantsReference 1UICTItICIAltaaUIKIlAItICIll a magailie 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them toIsaid 1 know you dont touch these ber rigs my lad but Zcko says you do Today Ill test youjust to convince ZekeHe took out a little lump of chalk and pretended to chalk the boys lips but really it was only his finger that lie rubbed over them Now ho said when I come down this afternoon well see whos about you Zeko or L 1bere with pretended carelessness the chalk on the ground On his return some hours later it w3 plain who was right The boys stiffjFor Hospital Use Some young girls not long ago de vised a pleasant and useful way of using their old magazines They lived I in a family where there were many weekly and monthly magazines too many to attempt to save the greater part of them which were always sent to hospitals and homes after they were read These girls took the maga I zincs apart and made them up into little pamphlets one story or article In each pamphlet They fastened them together sometimes with the metal fasteners that come to hold papers together sometimes with brightcolored cord or ribbon The leaves may also be sewed or pasted together into little books They proved most acceptable Oftentimes convalescents are too weak or ill to hold a book or a whole magazine when they would greatly enjoy reading if there were no labor attached These little leaflets are so light that the weakest person could bold them and they are also in homeo pathic doses as it were so that there goIv t Feared Their Women Gaston Bolssier of the French academy has been making a study of z n the suffrage movement and tells in Cicero and His Friends how much afraid tho Romans were that women fwho had such great influence in the would begin to exert as much e influence in the state Cato was espe dally bitter against women and Llvy makes him say Remember all these regulations our ancestors made to subject wives to their husbands Shackled as they are you have trouble to man I J age them What will happen if you give them their liberty if you allow a8tthen be their masters The day they 5 become your equals they will become your superiors Learn to Walk Erect If you are walking along the street IIandwake up to the fact that you are yourself poorly take the men tal attitude of standing erect as well as the physical one Look at the men you meet and Im agine that each ono of them owes you a dollar put even suggestion Into your position Hold your head well back look people squarely In the face This will not only give the Impres sion to others that you possess tho I power you want but it will actually tend to bring that power Keep the neck against the collar I If constantly persisted in an erect kcarriage will sooon become very nat there will be no need of thinking of it tII l iPEOPLE INJURED IN WRECK OF DIG FOUR TRAIN 17 MILES NORTHWEST OF INDIANAPOLIS SEVERAL MIRACULOUS ESCAPES Cause of Wreck So Far Determined By Officials Was the Droppingof Brake Beam or Brake Shoo From Beneath Fender- Indianapolis Ind July 2GForty two persons wero Injured six of thorn seriously in the wreck of Big Your Train No 16 en route from Chicago to Cincinnati at Zionsvillo 17 miles northwest of Indianapolis at 220 oclock Sunday afternoon The train running at a speed of 50 miles an hour jumped tho track some of the coaches turning over There were 200 passengers In the coaches and tho fact that nono were killed is regarded as miraculous by the railroad officials Passengers who were Imprisoned In tho overturned cars escaped or wero assisted through windows Physicians from Zionsvillo and Indianapolis and surgeons of the Dig Four dressed the victims injuries The cause of tho wreck so for as could be determined by officials of the road was tho dropping of a brake beam or brake shoo from beneath tho tender causing the trucks to pass over tho obstruction Tho Impact thus caused it is believed resulted in tho derailment of the baggage car and finally tho entire train left the rails Clark Deer n railway postal clerk who lives In Cincinnati was crushed beneath several hundred pounds of mall pouches and It is believed ho may have suffered Internal injuries- C L Burroughs another postal clerk was bruised by being thrown against a mall pouch rack C M An thony of Lafayette another postal clerk was In the forward tnd of the car just beforo the train was derailed and believing that tho speed was greater than was safe at that point ho retired to the mlddlo of the mall carHo no sooner had left tho front end when the mall car was completely turned over- Perhaps the most miraculous escape of the wreck was that of Haskell Wall a 17yearold boy of Lebanon who was riding the blind baggage between the baggago and tho mall cars Wall boarded tho train at Lebanon and was going to come to Indianapolis While he felt the oars swaying from side to side ho knew something was wrong and ho jumped from his perch between the two cars A second after he leaped the cars between which ho was riding wer turned over but Wall bad jumped for enough to escape being pinioned beneath them MANIA TO KILL Leads Husband To Slay Wife Shoot at MotherlnLaw and Com mit Suicide Butte Mont July 26Possessed of an insane desire to kill telling his wife and her mother and sisters again and again of his mania to make a clean sweep of them all Philip OConnell carried out part of Ills threat here Sun dayAfter telling his motherinlaw Mrs ORell Fountalne to take a good look at tho weapon he pulled tho trigger She fainted from fright and fell to the floor and tho bullet whizzed over her head A cry from his sick wife brought him to her room While she was hugging the wall in her attempt to escape ho put tho pistol near her ear and blow her brains out After taking another shot at the fleeing form of Mrs Fountaine who had regained consciousness and missing her he then put a bullet through his own brain Tiger Fatally Rends Trainer New York July 2GHenry Falkon dorph regarded for the past six yearn as one of the most Intrepid animal trainers in tho world came to the end of his thrilling career Sunday in Bos locks Dreamland Coney Island In the presence of nearly a thousand women and children ho was clawed and bitten by Mogul a tiger regarded as lintamcable Falkendorph Is dying in tho Coney Island Emergency hos pital of a fractured skull internal In juries and several lacerations Elk Steward Murdered Beaumont Tex July 2G Patrick J Lynch 39 years old steward of the local Elk lodge was murdered about midnight Saturday Tho body was found Sunday morning by the porter There were nine terlblo gashes in the head and forehead Several arrests have been made Lynch has a brother living In Albuquerque and had a sister and an undo In Kansas City Four Drowned In Yellowstone River Billings Mont July 26John C Staffek alderman of thlc city his six yearold child Minnie Wagner and Tresslo West domestic were drowned in tho Yellowstone river by the capsizing of a boat Eight persons were in the boat when it overturned Rebuked Boy Ends Life Des Moines la July 26 Laurel Laidlaw 17 committed suicide by hanging himself from a rafter In his fathers barn near Guthrie Center The I boy had been reprimanded by bif totter r With Von Buelow Dismounted Wllhelm Appears Evean More Heroli u u u SLAYER CONFESSES CRIME FORMER INDIANA GIRL MAKES HUSBAND ADMIT MURDER J 1 Byrd Arrested In Denver Soon After Wedding Tells of Killing Fellow Clerk In Memphis Denver Col James W Robinson who was arrested hero Thursday on suspicion of being J L Byrd wanted in Memphis Tenn for the murder of Joseph Black a shoe dealer of that city has confessed at the behest of his wife that ho was the murderer Byrd was married two weeks ago at Colorado Springs and with his bride was enjoying his honeymoon at Den ver Tho prisoners wife Elsie Syms Robinson came to Denver with her parents from Terre Haute Ind Robinsons confession followed a talk with Chief of Police Armstrong In the latters office Robinsons bride of two weeks who was present finally Interrupted Jimmie if you aro the man tell them she said It will make no difference to me becaus6 I will stick by you no matter what the circum stancesThere wad silence for a moment Then Robinson white and shaking owned up- Chief he said I am tho man you want I killed Black because I thought my life was In danger We engaged In an argument over a baseball bet and ho started toward me with an open knife In his hand I seized the only weapon at hand a shoo stretcher and struck him over the head with It I did not mean to kill him I didnt tell you beforo on account of my wife Byrd added that Black provlously had insulted him several times For two years I have been wish Ing that Id never left home he said and now that Ive been caught and told my story I am happy and will go back there and clear up every thing and commence to live right Robinson said that In a panic of fear after his fatal encounter with Black he went to Texas stayed there a few days then came to Colorado later going to San Francisco and Seattle and returning to Colorado where he secured employment ACTION MAY MEAN A WAR Argentine Orders Bolivian Minister to Leave and Summons HerFwoy from La Paz Buenos Ayres The Argentine gov ernment Tuesday sent his passports to the Bolivian minister here order Ing him to leave Buenos Ayres within 24 hours The government has also telegraphed Senor Fonseca Argen tine minister to Bolivia to leave La Paz immediately It Is practically a declaration of war Tho action of tho Argentine gov ernment follows the refusal of Bo livia to qcccpt tho decision of Argen tina In the matter of the boundary dis pute between Bolivia and Peru The Argentine Republic has taken offense at the action of tho president of Bolivia who It Is asserted has sent cir culars to tho prefects throughout the country casting reflections on the Ar gentine government Presidents Meeting Place Changed Mexico CltyEl Imparclal publishes what seems to be an offi dally inspired article In which It declares that President Taft and Presi dent Diaz will meet next September at San Antonio Instead of El Paso 908000 Acres for Home- sWashingtonApproximately 908 000 acres of land in Wyoming were designated by Acting Secretary of the Interior Pierce as coming within the enlarged homestead act Up to date this makes a total of 11684080 acres of land so designated in Wyoming Staunton Va Votes Dry Staunton VaIn a local option election held here Staunton joined the ranks of tho dry towns of the state voting against saloons by a majority qf 20 TWO DIE IN CLOUDBURST Colorado Picnic Party In Mountain Deluge Illinois Woman Among Those Who Escaped Boulder ColTo are dead and two seriously injured as the result of a cloudburst that deluged TwoMile Canyon north of Boulder Friday Tho dead Verne Caruso aged 13 Boulder Arthur Dickerman aged 26 Greeley Tho seriously injured are Mrs Abott Garden City Ian Miss Bris tow University of Colorado The victims were members of a pic ale party When the rain began to fall the party sought shelter under a huge bowlder Presently a torrent swept down the canyon to a depth of two feet Six were able to gain shel ter but in aiding their companions Dickermon and Carlisle were swept down with the torrent Among those who escaped were Mrs Ross of Rob- Inson City 111 and Miss Robinson of Omaha Neb- Houston Tex Twentythree reported dead 14 missing eight injured and a property loss totalling millions is the most complete estimate on tho result of the storm which raged over the southern coast of Texas The communication with the stricken dis trlct was still fitful Saturday and not until full reports are received will the full damage and loss of life be known FRENCH CABINET FORMED Arlstlde Brland the New Premier Presents Napes of His Aids to President Fallleres Paris After a day of con ferences Aristlde Brland succeeded In forming a new French ministry and officially announced tho success of his endeavors to President Fallleres The new cabinet is mado up as follows Premier and Minister of tbo interior and of public worship M Brland minister of justice M Barthou min ister of foreign affairs M Pichon minister of finance Georges Cochory minister of education M Doumergue minister of public works posts and telegraphs M Mlllcrand minister of commerce Jean Dupuy minister of agriculture M Ruau minister of the colonies M Troulllot minister of labor M Viviani The portfolios of war and the navy will bo filled today These have been offered respectively to Gen Brun and Admiral Bouo do la Payrero and both are expected to accept THANKS COURT FOR DEATH Hlndoo Student Will Be Executed for Assassination of Sir William Hutt Curzon Wyllie LondonMadarlal Dhlnagrl tho Hindoo student who on the night of July 1 at the conclusion of u public gathering nt tho Imperial institute shot and killed Lieut Col Sir William Hutt Curzon Wyllie and Dr Cawas Lalcaca was found guilty and sen tenced at tho conclusion of a trial of less than an hour at the Old Bailey FridayAs lord chief justice concluded in pronouncing sentence the prisoner drew himself up in military stylo and saluted Ho said- I thank you my lord I am proud to have the honor of laying down my humble life for my country Your sen tence of death Is perfectly illegal You are all powerful and can do what you like but remember we will have tho power some time That Is all I have to say Plague Victim In Germany Koenigsberg Germany Roger Whlnfleld a wealthy business man of Fond du Lac Wis who In February married Miss Ellnore QuInby daugh ter of Edward II Quinby a million airs of Wooster O died here of cholera Mr and Mrs Whlnfleld nr rived Tuesday from Russia where cholera has been raging A few hours after tho man died in a hotel Ills body was burled nt once to keep from alarming the town Tho widow of tho wan and tho railroad employes art is hated J I v DEATH LIST GROWS EIGHTEEN REPORTED TO HAVE PERISHED IN FIERCE GULF STORM I CLOUDBURST HITS DULUTH Minnesota City Flooded and Three Lives Lost Conditions Alarming In Northern Wisconsin Lots from Floods Reaches Millions Houston Tex Twentyono reported dead eight Injured and n property loss totaling 1260000 Is the result of the storm which raged over the southern coast of Texas Wednesday according to tho latest dispatches receivedThe loss In cities and towns along the coast is estimated at 1260000 Tho storm has practically demol ished Vclasco Not more than a dozen houses stand The gulf waters wero driven Inland for nearly three miles Two negroes lost their lives A dispatch from Beaumont says a party of 13 three brothers named Abernathy their wives and seven chil dren who left H eh Island for Sabino Pass Tuesday afternoon are missing One person was killed at Eagle Lake three at Bay City ono at El Campo four at Palaclos ono at Whar ton one at Pendleton one at Ramsey Tho territory around hay City seems to have been the center of the storm which moved southwest from Galveston For four hours there a 70 milo wind swept across tho coun try carrying everything before It Velasco a small town near flay City Is reported demolished but with no loss of life and none Injured Worst at Bay City At Bay City about 60 per cent of the business section was damaged In eluding tho opera house one bank tho courthouse tho now high school building and the city Jail In tho jail tho cages were left standing and tho prisoners were exposed to view but were safe Six prisoners escaped from tho jail at Richmond when tho windows had been blown In and while tho guards were repairing the dam ageAt Galveston Bay the situation Is not as bad as at first reported No part of the railroad bridge which spans the arm of tho bay between tho Island and Virginia Point was washed away but some 60 feet of the structure was thrown badly out of alignment by a huge barge and other small craft which were washed from their moorings anti pounded against the piling Five of tho ton reported Tarpon fishing pier victims at Galveston have been rescued at sea- Cloudburst Floods Duluth Duluth Minn Following the terrific rains a cloudburst caused a scene of devastation in Duluth The loss as now computed will reach 1600000 Three lives were lost during tho storm Two children were swept from their mothers sides on Ninth avenue East one body being lost In a sower at tile bottom of tho hill An other child was lost In Keenos creek at West Duluth The theater crowds came out to find the street a miniature lake each and the men picking up their female com panions carried them to higher ground Automobiles and hacks were impossible owing to tho accumulation of mud In tho streets Tho hotels were crowded with those unwilling to venture forth In the elements Twenty or moro houses were washed away along small creeks in the city suburbsFlood Situation Worse Ashland WIs Tho situation In the flood district is worse The railroad bridge and all other bridges aro believed to havo been swept out to Odanah Nothing has been heard from that place since 3 oclock a m A special train has left for Odanah carylng boats and men Boats have also left for the mouth of Bad river to pick up refugees Six bridges are torn out on the Marengo river live of them being steel Four million feet of logs wero swept Into the lalia at Montreal river Train servlco on all roads Is abandoned Another heavy downpour Wednes day night aggravated tho situation The village of Odanah Is completely Isolated The people In Odanah are sleeping in tents and on the high lands New Trunk Murder Mystery Lynn Mass Another trunk murder mystery was added to criminal annals by tho finding of tho body of Minos K Monjlan in tho room of Vahan Nalbandlan in a boarding house here Both Monjlan and Nal bandlan were shoo workers There was n bullet wound and several knife wounds In the breast The motive la not known as the slayers havo fled Was Not Leon Ling London Tho man whom an Amer- Ican visitor saw outside a jewelry shop hero on July 1C and Identified as Leon Ling the Chinaman suspected of the murder of Elsie Sigel in Now York on Juno 0 has been traced by Scotland Yard detectives and found to be a Japanese Gov Hughes on Way West Albany N YGov Hughes accom panied by Col George C Treadwell his secretary left for tho Alaska Yukon cxyisltlon at Seattle y a y TROOPS READY FOR STRIKERS WISCONSIN MILITIA PREPARED TO GO TO KENOSHA Three Men Shot In Rioting at Allen Sons Tannery Plant Leaders of Trouble Arrested Kenosha WIs Troops wore ready to bo rushed Into tho city Friday at the first sign of a repetition of the rioting which resulted In tho shoot ing of three strikers Thursday at tho tannery of N R Allen Sons Com pany The soldiers awaited orders at MilwaukeeA force of deputy sheriffs armed with riot guns Is guarding the tanneryTho wounded are Tony Monkom Peter Sobocoblc and Charles Clemra Tho rioting began when the guards attempted to disperse strikers who gathered In numbers about tho en tranco of the plant to Jeer at 500 or more men who remained at work As tho last of tho men entered a rush was made by those outside to go Into the building Simultaneously n deputy and a po liceman wore cut off by the strikers and attacked with bricks and clubs Tho guards drew their rorolvois and charged tho mob firing In tho air When tho strikers retreated ono of their number was found to havo been shot In the groin Ho Is believed to be fatally Injured Deputy Sheriff Lewis Morrhouso and Policeman Nels Nelson on whom the attack was made were both painfully injured 4about tho head A dozen or more arrests followed and the police declare they have tho worst agitators behind the bars They are taking no chances however and a largo number of additional deputies were sworn In for duty at tho plant The shooting put a stop to negotla tlons which were in progress at tho time for a settlement of the strike Charles W Allen general manager of tho company was In conference with a deputation of strikers lie at onco dismissed them and declared all negotiations off Nevertheless an agree ment was reached later for a further conference and a meeting of strik ers was arranged to name n commit too for tho negotiations r Sheriff Ounthor telegraphed COY Davidson asking for troops Gen Falk was communicated with and arrived In Kenosha Ho declared the situa tlon to bo critical and said that a renewal of tho disturbances would boa signal for tho bringing In of troops INDICTED FOR MURDER it Dr Miller Mrs Sayler and Her Father Charged with Slaying Illinois flanker Watseka 1l1Tho special grand jury called by Judge Hooper In tho Sal er murder case returned indict ments Wednesday against all of tho parties accused of tho crime f There are two indictments The first contains 14 counts and In vary- Ing forms charge Dr Miller MrrLucy Sayler and John Grunden with tho murder of J B Sayler Tho second Indictment charges Ira Grunden brother of Mrs Baylor with being an accessory after the fact Dr Miller Mrs Sayler and the two Qrundens wero arraigned Thursday morning and their cases set for trial It will bo determined whether a spe cial session of court will bo called or whether tho cases will go over to the regular term Each of tho defendants pleaded not guilty It is regarded as certain that tho defense will make a motion for a change of venue to sonic other county far removed from Iroquois Wright Makes Long Flight Washington In two short flights in the Wright aeroplane at Fort Myer Vo Orville Wright close ly approached the worlds aeroplano speed record attaining an nvorAgo velocity of 64th miles an hour as com puted by Wilbur Wright who held the stop watch on tho machine for halt a dozen rounds of tho course On the first flight tho air craft remained aloft only ono minute and Iiforced I his second round of tho course On his second flight after tho cog had been replaced the aeroplane swiftly circled a dozen times around the course which is fivesixths of a mile In the circumference Certain changes in tho gearing of the motor and propellers r which were Intended to give the machine a higher speed had been effected earlier In the day Safe BlowersFoiled j Bedford Ind Safo crackers blew tho safe of the Oolitic post office but got nothing as they failed to open the Inner door after throe trialsThe explosions aroused the vlllag ers and the cracksmen fled leaving tools and nitroglycerin at tho safe They expected to get much money bytheold country but pay day does not coma udtll today Bloodhounds failed to find a trail Literally Wrung to Death New YorkMax Ozzlno was literal ly wrung to death in tho manner of I laundry which ho handled In a caughthetweenwas crushed and flattened like a KlrlslookedSix Sentenced to Deat- hTlfllaSix brigands were sentencedI kidnapIng obtaining a rajaiom r i I F 1 Gambling in Green GoodsB- y JOHN IRVING DAY I I Garnering the Goldby a Unique Method Originated and Practiced by Doc Floyd I I ERES hoping that you get FloydvTof which ho glanced and smiled at the member ot the High Rollers club wbo was host at a dinner ho was giving In part payment of a bet that there was not a man In the coun try with 5000 who could bo beaten out of that amount on tho ancient gold brick game Tho din paltrythattooDoo Floyd had asserted that even In tho twentieth century tho time worn green goods gamo could bo worked Havo you got the nenro to tell mo that you can put over tho old green goods thing was tho amazed demand of Alderman Mobanty Ill bet Just ono moro bundlo of 5000 and again cantebank roll away from you It you tried to work that Well maybo ho would returned Floyd but Ill just bet you It can be dono and will lot Cleland do tho rough work and Ill Just go along to oversee lt I may havo to find tho man but Ill lot Jack do the trimming And Ill tako halt of Floyds end ot the bet that they put It over broke laCol Powloy onco moro Is it a bottItll Im game for another try replied tho alderman Hpw about It Jack Can wo do Itrquired Floyd of a tall cold eyed dy speptic looking person who had sat silent sipping his wino and puffing a big cigar throughout tho bantering con rorsation Jack Cloland merely grunted his as sent Ho was tho ono pessimist of tho party but always dependable and a bandy man to have in any deal A bell clanged a gate slammed and tho conductor and a belated passenger climbed aboard tho Twentieth Century Limited train which was leaving tho La Sallu street station Chicago for Its 18 hour spin to Now York Tho big engine throbbed and the long train of rolling palaces slid out ot tho shod without a Jerk or tremor as easily as a trim sail boat propelled by a gentle breeze At tho forward end ot tho train tho buffet car a comfortable small club on wheels already was moro than half filled with passengers Seated on ono side of tho car Doe Floyd was contentedly pumng a cigar etc while on the opposite side ot tho aisle Jack Cloland pulled at a strong cigar and neither man glanced at or teemed to know of tho presence of tho olhur All was quiet save for the businesslike conversation of two showmen Tho vestibule door opened and into tho car came Solomon Rosen berg wise man of tho west in which section bo bad Imbibed tho air of frog dom In speech and manner Acquaintances aro almost as easily made In tho smoking car of a train as on shipboard and hero was Floyd not 20 miles out of Chicago drinking with a person whoso natural propensities for butting In with strangers could I not bo overcome Within ton minutes after they had met Solomon Rosen berg was narrating tho story of tho most recent happenings of his life and riding to a swift and certain fall Oh yes Solomon was a wlso ono Ho know It and was proud ot It Floyd had listened to his talk and wondered tho while whether tboro was a chance to tako some of Solomons easily got II I11III ten wealth and also lower his stools ot conceit Ho concluded that It might I be well worth while to cultivate his now acquaintance It was at least worth trying so ho ordered another bottle which further mellowed tho talkative one whoso tones by this time had dis turbed a commercial traveler who sat sear him running over columns of flg ures in his sales book Tho traveling mau appeared slightly annoyed as ho glanced toward the WIno drinkers Suddenly ho seamed to think of something and placing his memoranda in his pocket ho turned to Floyd and his companion and asked If they cared to kill the time with a small gamo until tho call camo for dinner In tho dining car Sure was tho reply of Solomon answering for Floyd as well as him self My friend and I wljl play if youll dig up some ono oleo A telepathic thought seemed to travel from Floyd to Jack Cleland who was looking at tho party from tho op posite sldo of tho car Tho others also seemed to notlco his presence at tho samo tlmo and it appeared a moro chanco that ho was Invited to mako the fourth man Jn tho game Tho play was not resumed after dinner Cleland saying that ho had lost about all ho could afford but tho party stuck together and when It camo time to retire for the night Solomon Floyd and Cleland had all agreed to mako their headquarters at tho Hotel Astor during their stay In New Yotk and BCD more of each other Tho drummer had told them that his homo was in tho city but that ho hoped to look them up during their stay w I InquiredJackfriends room in the hotel ten minutes after they had reached tho big Broad hotelWell old top you know what we are on hero for was tho reply Youve got to sell an order of green luckybecausofor you It must bo some ono so why not our friend Solomon 1110S already delivered himself Tho trio met In tho lobby of tho hotel a tow moments later and Solomon Insisted on having Just ono drink before they parted company for the day and then also insisted that they dlno together that evening Tho only dissipation Cleland would Indulgo In that evening after dinner was tho theater to which he consented to accom pany Floyd and Solomon After the theater however Floyd was Indeed tho gay man of law away from homo for a good timo and ho put Solomon through such paces as to endear him to tho heart of that boisterous person This Journey through tho tenderloin was followed by another Solomon liked tho gay life but was beginning to havo a pain In his pockotbook so that when tho third evening after his arrival In Gotham Cloland proposed another game of cards saying that ho wanted revenge for his loss on tho train there was ready consent on tho TOOK HALF HOUR COUNT part of the westerner who proposed to make some ono oleo pay his expenses If ho could Cleland already had found the drummers telephone number and invited him to dine and Join them in another little friendly game Again Solomon won but hla win nings wero small The salesman also was allowed to carry away a few dol lam for his evenings work Floyd however made a heavy winning and Cleland lost 2000 playing with the feverish recklessness that cornea to the average loser at cards The game broke up when tho salesman an nounced that ho would bavo to quit and set a few hours sleep before appearing at his place of business Cle land went off to his room with a grouch refusing ovpn to tako a nightcap drink Solomon however readily accepted Floyds Invitation to take in some of the all night restaur ants I wonder if our friend has loft town without saying goodby remarked Solomon to Doc Floyd two days after tho poker gamo in which Cleland had lost his money to Floyd He had not appeared slnco that time- I wonder replied Floyd Lets Inquire tho clerk at the desk and seo If hos gone Acting upop this sug gestion they learned that Mr McCle land tho name under which Cle land was known to them was atlll in town and In fact was in his room at that moment Lets go up and see what alls him i wM wra e proposed Floyd Maybo hes not feel Ing well In his room tho two callers found Cleland pacing tho floor with a wor nod look on his face It was anything but a cordial welcomo which ho gave themNot ill I hope said Floyd Wed missed you for a couple of days and thought wed look you up Havent cut us out have you To tell you tho truth fellows I havent felt very cheerful slnco I made that losing Im only a salaried man you know and cant really afford to play that kind of a game even if my salary is a big one It isnt that Im worrying about Just now touch for Ive got a chanco to get moro than even My conscience will hardly let me do it though and besides Ive got to have moro money thin Ive got to put tho deal through Duck up and tell us about It broke In Solomon And say kid dont let your conscience put too much weight on you Throw it away and get rid of tho handicap but dont do anything to get into Jail I dont mlbd telling you that thorn are two or threo places in this country right now where I dont want to for fear the Jail doors would open quick to get me Our friend hero Is a lawyer Let him ad vise you- I wonder It I should toll you 7 replied Cleland brightening perceptibly polished actor that ho was Yes ahead and out with it turned Floyd You know we lawyers hear some strange stories now and then and cant afford to bo too partic ular as to our clients Well Ill tell you on ono condition agreed Cleland That condition is that you como in on the deal with me I havent got enough capital to put it through anyway Theres no danger in it and its a sure way to make a big haul Both Floyd and Solomon agreed to como In on any deal where they could see a suro and quick profit and asked I for particulars Its perfectly simple explained Cleland I onco did a young fellow a good turn and kept him out of a lot of trouble lies tho trusted messenger in tho Nineteenth National bank hero now This bank is tho clearing house for a lot ot smaller banks and also gets the biggest part of the citys posits They got thousands of dollars in old and dirty money every week which they turn In to tho subtreasury on Wall street getting now bills in re turn This young friend of mlno has been the messenger and mado the ex changes He says they never even open the sealed packages of bills that he takes to them and which have been certified to by the officers of the bank The subtreasury simply 0 Ks the amount on the back of the package and forwards It with a lot of similar bunnies to Washington where tho old and dirty mbnoy Is never counted but Just ground up and destroyed He hast ought tho wholo plan out and says ho can substitute a phony package for the one with the old bills In it Ho has to have some one In tho deal with him for ho would never dare to try to get rid of the old money I saw him this afternoon and tomorrow ho will havo to mako his regular weekly trip and tho package already is made up with 30000 in good money In It All ho wants Is half for his share and I can give him 15000 in 100 and 500 clean bills and take tho package I f only have about 7000 to my name so I will have to get some one to go In tho deal with mo You two can como in for 5000 each Are you on And wait a minute you neednt agree right now but meet mo at ten oclock In the morning and go with mo to tIVi Nine teenth National and see my friend for yourselfThe agreed to meet Cloland on tho morrow and said goodnight And what do you think of 1t1 inquired Floyd as they went down on the ale vator Im a little afraid of it Well lots look Into It anyway re turned Solomon If theres a chance to pick up some easy money I want itOn tbo following morning they wero convinced that the deal was a good ono when they went the Nineteenth National with Cleland and visiting the safely vault section of the bank met Danny Roberts as that young man cams out of a small compartment In his shirt sleeves with a package of papers In his bands and a pencil bOo oar Danny looked the part of a busy clerk and they heard him whisper nervously to Cleland that It was all right He added that ho would bo at the appointed place precisely 12 oclock Tho appointed place was a small dingy office of a dilapidated build- Ing on New street Cleland ox plained that it was the office ot a friend who dealt in curb stocks and was seldom in but allowed him free use of the place Tho trio wero wait ing when Danny Roberts carrying a suit case entered Ho immediately took from tho case two packages ex actly alike in appearance and as to outer signs and seals Quickly cutting ono of them open ho disclosed large bundles of money It took a half hour to count this out and ascertain that there was 30000 in the lot Fifteen thousand dollars in large bills wero placed in tho bands of Danny who hurried away In five minutes the old bills of perfectly good money IT AN TO THIS ot go go row de to at wero divided into three packages of equal amounts and tied up into neat paperbound parcels on the rolltop deskJust at that moment thero was a knock on the locked door of tho of fico and Cleland slammed down the top of the desk and kicked the waste paper underneath before ho went to answer the summons- It was only a customer looking for my friend ho remarked as ho returned and raised the top of the desk disclosing the threo neatly tied par eels You fellows had better tako your bundles and separate Wo will all meet at the hotel for dinner Solomon and Floyd acting like two conspirators agreed to take separate conveyances uptown to their hotel and to meet there later and drink to their good luck Two hours later when Floyd had not put In appearance Solomon began to feel nervous Ho was afraid some thing bad happened to Floyd and Cle land but for another half hour bo did not suspicion anything further and then he suddenly decided to go to his room and Investigate his newly acquired wealth Stung yelled Solomon when he undid the parcel and found a tightly bound package of Ussuo paper with a dollar bill on each outer side And I never once thought of the old green goodc game by W O Chapman y Copyright 111 Great Britain BRIEF STATE NEWS Items of Special Interest to Our Readers GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES One Whole Square In Business Part of Owenton Destroyed by Fire Caus ing Loss of Upward of 200000 Only Partly Insured Owenton KyOno wholo squaro of the business part of this city was destroyed by fire which was discovered In the Holbrook block occupied by the I Wolf grocery and meat market and the hardware and furniture store of L j Littrell tho Mammoth clothing storo of D H Daniel groceries ot I Wolf Tomlinson Montgomery and tho residence of Joel Hayden which were soon In flames The loss will reach upward of 200000 only parUy covered with insurance AMICABLE AGREEMENT Reached Between City of Lexington and Owners of Local Water- Works System Lexington Ky Amicable agree ment was reached in the protracted fight over the 25year water contract between tho city of Lexington and the Lexington Hydraulic and Manufactur Ing Co owners of tho local water works system Tho company agrees to furnish to tho city free for the first ten years 15000000 gallons of water for the next ten years 20000000 gallons and for the next five 25000000 gallons per annum or 2 per cent ot tho amount of water annually pumped For water used In excess of those amounts the city Is to pay 8 cents per 1000 gallons and this 8 cents is to bo the minimum rate ot charge per 1000 gallons to other consumers of 500000 gallons or over per annum The maximum rate is 25 cents per 1000 gal Ions is made for fire protection tho company agreeing to place mains and fire hydrants at tho direction of the city under specified reasonable con ditions PRIMARY PEOPLE UPHELD In All of Their Contentions by Democratic Committeeman Donaldson Newport KyAt the conclusion of a two hours session in which Ken tucky State Central Democratic Committeeman J A Donaldson sat as a political tribunal hero to try the question as to whether or not a primary or convention should be held for the purposo of selecting a ticket for the coming fall election JUdge Donaldson rendered a verdict upholding the prl unary people in all of their contentions He declared the call for a convention to be held at Alexandria Ky null and void and ordered that tho primary ot August 28 be held as originally called by the majority of tho committee when It broke away at Alexandria on July 15 and held a meeting on the second floor of the courthouse PEST DISCOVERED That Clings to Clover and Alfalfa and Which Is Very Destructive Frankfort KyH Garman of tho Kentucky Experiment station at Lex Ington has found a parasite that clings to the clover and alfalfa and will do thousands of dollars of damage to the hays In Kentucky and other states unless there is something found to kill the little pest He says The pest Is a true parasite but its seeds germl nate In the soil and grow much like other plants until It secures a hold on clover or alfalfa when it loses con nection with tho soil and thereafter derives all its nourishment from the plant to which It is attached Winchester Ky Officials of tho Burley Tobacco Society who attended the conference with tho American Society of Equity committee in Lexing ton state that the matters under discussion in that conference are at an end in so far as the Burley Tobacco society Is concerned and that there will bo no further consideration given the proposal of the American Society of Equity Tho Burley Tobacco so ciety tho officials announce will carry out their plans for the campaign for the pooling of the 1909 crop under the form of pledge now In voguo and containing the ten per cent clause upon which tho American Society of Equity bases most of its objections Lexington KyrL E Rudd mana ger of tho Western Union Telegraph Co left hero to assume mannagement of tho companys office at Knoxvllle Tenn Ho was succeeded here by C J Winkler for come tlmo chief oper Mar Louisville Ky Louisville will send a big delegation of boosters to St Paul next month to attend the convention of the National Association of Letter Carriers and a strong fight will be made to secure tho next convention of the body for this city Louisville Ky Retail grocers from all over the state will come to Louis rllle as guests of the Louisville Retail hoses association which will en fcataln wits a big picnic at a local park Aboit 1000 will bo given away In prlxca CAPITAL NOTES Banks Ordered to Pay i Auditor James has sent statements to allot the banks notifying thom that they must pay their taxes Immediately or the penalty would bo put on them Although a banker himself Auditor James will play no favorites with tho bankers Admitted to Kentucky State Insurance Commissioner Dell admitted to tho Kentucky field tho Con solidated Casualty Co of Chicago It has 150000 capital stock and will bo represented In Kentucky by R J Dun can of Louisville I Interesting News Items I Latonia Ky Everett Tully who JI shot and killed his wife and then turned the weapon on himself died in his cell in tho Covington Jail Louisville KyTho Young Mena Republican club organized hero wits 55 members Tho club is formed for the purpose of Improving court condl lions and it will also ally Itself with the local city administration Louisville KYAnnouncement of the formation of a 10000000 life in suranco company which will tako over tho business of thoiCltlzens Life Co 1 cf this city was made by W H Gre gory president of tbo latter concern Lexington Ky Confirmation of the reported sale last month of Senorita farm by Capt W Harry Brown of Pittsburg to L V Harkness master of Walnut Hall farm came through the filing of a deed In tho county court hero Lexington KyJames B Haggln master of Elmendorf farm confirms the report published several weeks ago to the effect that he intends to quit the breeding of thoroughbred horses for the market or for racing In this I country Lexington KyState Auditor Frank P James makes the claim that former County Assessor Patrick Foster received 112461 in excess of his prop I er due during the years 1903 to 1906rand asks that this amount bo paid back into the state treasury Louisville KyThe sale of the Low Isville American Association Baseball club franchise by George W Teboau to W M Grayson Jr of St Louis is reported The price could not be defl nltely learned but it is understood to bo between 85000 and 90000 Frankfort Ky Sheriff Jones of Henry county has been unable to locate Dr Nuttall of Newcastle al though tho warrant for Nuttalls arrest was in his hands Nuttall is re ported to bo worth 20000 and thero Is little hope of arresting hint soon Louisville KyFully 200 delegates to the annual convention of the Retail Clerks International Protective asso elation wore present when President II J Conway called the body to order Huston Quln assistant city attorneyimado the welcoming absence of Mayor Grinstead Frankfort KyFive high schools for Franklin county is the program that County Superintendent Eo R Jones Is trying to mall out The cen tral or main high school will bo In t i highIcity limits Louisville KySo successful hays the new payasyouenter street cars proved hero during the trials gives them on several lines that announce ment was made by J T Funk super- Intendent that every line in tho city will be equipped with the hurryup cars by January 1 Lexington KyDr George B Trap gott formerly of Barren county butInow having an office In this city was Jailed under an indictment returned by the Fayette county grand Jury charging him with having performed a criminal operation on Mrs Dolllo James the wife of a laborer Bowling Green KyE L Daven port president of the national tobacco department of tho American Society ot Equity has Issued a call for a meet Ing in BowUng Green August 19 for tho purpose of uniting the tobacco forces of the society in all the tobacco raising states into ono pool Louisville KyTho 12000 cows which supply milk to Louisville and the milksupplying cows throughout s tho state aro to be subject to tho fed era tuberculin test and Inoculated with tuberculin fluid This announcement was made by Dr J M MeCorI mack secretary ot the state board of health Paducnh Ky Examination of tho county court records was completed by an expert accountant who reports I that Hiram Smedloy a former county clerk and deputy clerk now under arrest for alleged peculations In office owes tho county 16000 4 Louisville KyStating the belief that they have been wrongfully dealttwith by David W Farlelgh president of tho board of trustees of the Unl rerslty of Louisville 14 deposed mem the faulty served notlco of Im Imediate legal proceedings I =rv I I lg 0 J I J J k tI II East Kentucky Correspondence Q News You Get Nowhere I hIa cormpoUttc tklUaM ulna tlfut la fen by tee writer ll sot fir nklleaboi let u aa rMM of good faith Write plainly e o o otlo vv Remember the Beginning of the Public Scheols All our public schools will be be ginning about this time Let every boy and girl be awake and on hand the first day Let every parent make plans so that no child will be kept out of school a single hour 1 Children can LEARN more than they I can EARN I In spUe of repeated warnings The I Citizen contlnuea to receive letters r from people who send In Information they want printed but DO NQT SIGN p THEIR NAMES WE CANNOT PRINT ANY SUCH COMMUNICATIONS We have no means of knowing whether they are true or not and there are many cases when such letters are sent for the purpose of Injuring some one or printing seme false or malici Information about some one The Ious does all It can to have every f word It prints true and WE CANNOT PRINT ANY LETTERS UNLESS THEY ARE SIGNED That does not mean that we want to print the sig natures for usually we do not but WE MUST KNOW WHO WROTE THE LETTERS so that we can for I our selves judge whether or not the matter is safe to print People who are unwilling to sign their full names to letters cannot be surprised it- t they find that we are unwlllltg to take the much greater responsibility of printing them We are glad to get letters from people who sign their names but ANY UNSIGNED LETTER GO RIGHT INTO THE WASTE IWILL There are no exceptions Stanley Frost 4 JACKSON COUNTY f f NOTICE II To the tax payers of Jackson county KentuckyYour taxes for the year 1909 are now due Pleaso call at my office In McKee or on one of my deputies in their districts and settle all taxes After Nov 1 1909 we will be oompeUed to collect as the law directs Tyra Lainhart Sheriff Jackson Co GUKKNHAIL i Greenhall July 26The school at i Hickory Flat began last Monday withi I Hardin Long as teacher Mr Long has been attending Berea College for a few years and expects to return there soon as his school Is out Silas Flanery made a business trip to Les lie County the past week Died the Infant child of John S Pierson July 2oth It had been afflicted with blood trouble since birth two years ago I Farmera have been making a lot of hay the past week and the weather has been fine Miss Caudle was visiting Mrs Julie Smith Wednesday evenlngWalker Flanery was hauling goods from Idamay the past week for J N Smith and CoWilgus Fla r I nery who has been confined several i weeks with typhoid fever Is able to go aboutJ D Pierson has a goad 4x5 camera for sale and wants to buy a 4xGYJ D Smith visited the Sextons Creek I 00 F lodge Sat urday Misses Minnie Spence andI Ethel Brewer of Madison Co are vis t iting relatives on SturgeonW N t Hughes is doing a hustling business I sawing railroad tlesJ D Pierson did a good business the past week r at McKee selling nursery stock He I will canvllSGray Hawk Tyner and Annvllle and Isaacs this weekJ- r 4 Hunter and Mrs Fannie Pierson were visiting Ins Evans Saturday I nlghL Luther Pierson and wife vis ited Mr Plersono parents The slng ing school at Bethlehem will close next Sunday and a school will begin f at Canons chapel Saturday August 7 J Preaching at Canons chapel Sun day by the Rev Harvey Johnson Married Ben Adlsou of Sturgeon and the widow Marcim of Maulden Mrs Sophia Farmer who has been making her hone in the north for several years Is vlcltlnc her parents Mr and- I Mrs Samuel Evans Her husband has gone to Iowa where she will meet t him laterThe Greenhall Blues and I the Travelers Rest Grays played a test game of baseball Sunday The Travelers Rest boys come out victor ious and was challenged by the Maul den team who had stood by waiting for a chance to show their skill The Travelers Rest Grays were much fati gued but after a short rest accepted their challenge and at It they went with another victory to their honor Hurrah for the Grays The Greenhall Blues say they will try them again next Saturday M KEnny KNOT i Kerby Knob July 25Corn crops look quite promising In this part Oat crops are exceedingly good The Rev Mr Honeycut and Mr D jr Click attended church at Sand Ga- pSundayA Sunday school picnic was held at the rise on South Fork CreekI Sunday It wan well attendedA i small child of Mr and Mrs Larkin I Kerby has been very ill for the past week We fear It may not recover Frank Hatfleld who was operated upon for appendicitis a few weeks ago Is Improving rapidly Grandma Gayhart has been quite poorly for the past few days Whooping cough lb raging In this vicinity Mr and Mrs Charley Jones who returned from Indianapolis a short time ago have moved to this placeMr J A Lane has been visiting at Jas Clicks for a few daysMrs Nannie Powell is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Nath EvansMr Wilford Powell went to McKee Monday on business Teachers institute is being held at McKee this weekMary and Nola Clemmons attended church at Sand Gap SundayMr and Mrs Milford Powell visited relatives at Sherley Saturday night The Rev Mr Honey cut and wlfo visited at D MI Clicks Saturday night Mr Honey cut and Miss Serena Kerby returned from Paris last Thursday from a temperance meeting where Miss Serena received appointment as secretary for the American Sons and Daughters of Temperance in Eastern Kentucky Brother Honeycut will glvo a series of lectures at McKee this TYNEn weekI Tyner July 25Mr Ned McHone a traveling agent for The Citizen was thru hero last weekMr Thos Mor rio and family of Mildred were visit I ing at O W Moores todaySchool- will begin hero August 2nd with W I I K Jones teacher Tho ball game was BUIIlockweek but Is now Improving frI Frank Garland was in this vicinity i the past week organizing the farmers Mrs Charlotte Reynolds who has been reported sick Is able to be out again Prof Calfec and Mr DOBowman from Berea lectured at Flat Lick church house Saturday night with a large crowd to hear themI Mr Eugene GIpson who has been studying Agricultural Science and other things under W R Reynolds for the past two years has received his diploma and gone home Mr Geo daysIsaddle mare Tho Steele Stave Co- IR doing a rushing business with a full crew of men They want to get thru here by the first ot September Mr Wilson Blair of Egypt was thru here Saturday buying cattleEdward Moore Is preparing to sow a large turnip patch PAKROT IParrot July 25 There seems to partIOldaj belter Mrs Martha Warwick and three children who have been visiting the formers mother and brother ot this place have returned home Mrs Mary A Lay spent Sunday morning with Mrs Rachel Price Several from this place attended singing at Flat Top Saturday night School began attendanceIvisiting his sister Mrs Mary J Mc Queen at this placeMr Marshal Ball preached at the school house Sunday night A very largo crowd was present The home of HoJ Gabbard TuesdayIIyears Price attended singing at Flat Top Saturday night accompanied by their cousin Frank Gabbard Born to tho wife of John McDowell a fine girl named Trusla Mr David Gabbard and cousin Frank attended the closing I out of the singing at Mt Olive Sun visltI urday night and Sunday The new school house known as the Seven PInes District will soon bo completed School will begin there August 2nd with Mr G W Davis teacher Miss Florence McDowell and sister Ida j attended singing at Flat Top Sunday Mr Steve Gabbard stayed all nightt at the home of his sister Mrs Rachel Price Saturday DOUI1LEL1CK Doublellck July 24Crops ore look ing IncMr Speed Harrison of Val ley View passed thru yesterday on his way to McKee Mr S R Ballard of Valley View is visiting friends and relatives in Jackson at present Mrs Margaret Jllea Is convalescent Almost everyone Is thru working their corn and has gone to saving oats and grass Berry canning is all tho go at presentThere will be preaching at Cave Spring tomorrow The Rev James Lunsford conducting the ser vlceThere will bo singing at Cave Spring every Wednesday night Everybody invited Mrs Henry Cook of Doublellck and daughter Etta visit ed relatives at Irvine this week Mj y I Ambrose Brockman is very low with i consumption Mrs John Isaacs was bitten by a copperhead last week Mr W B Davidson has a fine cow and calf to sellDob Witt lost two hogs with the cholera last week Our school has been going on for two weeks with Annie Powell for teacher ANN IILLE Annvllle July 2tiThe weather is cool and pleasant for JulyMr Wal ter Medlock made his return today from a weeks drumming trip to the mountains Mr J H Short traveling I salesman for Curry Tunis and Nor wood was on the merchants chU1dlenhere from their home In Hamilton I O Mr Leonard and his sister t Mattle visited Miss Cora Amyx of I Mauldon Saturday night and Sunday and attended church at Mt Gllead A young man who claimed his name to be Ballard Hall came hero Satur singingii lit to Mr Alfred Littles on Moores LltI Mr Little and con followed the young man to near East Bernotadt where they found him riding the horse isihard who is home from the United States army Is visiting at Mr John Mediocks He is a tine young man and his many friends are pleased to seo him home Those who are at tending McKee institute from this place are Messrs Roy E Rader Leo J Webb Leonard Medlock Robert Johnson and Miss Clarrtnda Roark and Mrs Llllld JohnstonMr Isaac EIltlnlngtonsArrangements a here BURLEY Hurley July 2uMr and Mrs B H Colo and family Elihu Hurley and Llzzlo Roberts attended church at Pine Flat Saturday and Sunday Our school has been progressing nicely fdr the past two weeks Miss Susie Watson our teacher returned home Friday to attend the institute IweelMrs Louise Gabbard Is thisI Mi Wm Hurley has puUhls work Messrs Chris and JnoARobcrts Elihu Burley Frank and Alex Roberts went fishing Saturday and had I very good luck Blackberries are very plentiful and almost everyone is done canning Mr Harvey Cole Is i digging coal on Birch Lick this week Crops are looking tlneGeo Mc Collum Started for Hamilton 0 last SaturdayMrs Klzzlo Hurley Is vis iting her father and mother IROCKCASTLE COUNTY I Robinet July 25Dr Lee Chestnut of Louisville is visiting friends and relatives In Robinet W R Allen In Mt Vernon Monday on wasI The Lyons Lumber Co havo operations on the timber bought of Albert AllenCleave Holt and M 111 Howard loft a few days ago for Hamil ton OMrs Emma Colgate of Brooks vllle Ind Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hiatt Drew Miss Linda Bal lard Is attending Teachers Institute at McKeo this week Willis Allen has the contract of cutting and logging all the G Allen timber of about 2000 000 feet about a four years JobCrls Clark and Miss Ida Allen daughter of Mr and Mrs IL P Allen were quiet ly married at tho home ot the bride last weekMr William Scott will return to Washington D C next Saturday Sorry to see him leave us so soonMr and Mrs W B Wheeler and little daughter Bernice of Covington are visiting the formers mother Mrs John Scott and their many other friends and relatives ot Robinet Miss Etta and John Abney of McCracken were down Saturday till Sunday on a visit to their sister Mrs Arch Allen IGauley July OAVLKY 27W H Morris lost I a fine horse last Tuesday The horse jumped the fence and stuck a snag In Its leg and bled to death He was worth about lliOMrs Wm Mc Daniel has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Bullock for the last few daysW H Ponder went to Clay Co last Saturday to spend a while with his cousin Joel Ponder Wm and Bob Bullock went to Mt Vernon today on businessStevo- Roinb returned Sunday from Clay co- IDen Brummett still continues sick J C Bullock Is preparing to run 1 a butcher shop al Altamont Bert Mulllns and W If Ponder are the can j didates for school trustee of Bed HillI subdistrict No GGMrs Sarah Fer I lIamp1tonJuly 17The Rev Tom Durham preach at Corn Ridge school house the third Sunday in every month Everybody invited to comeMrs R Gabbert la still Improving very fast Mr Spencer Mullins is logging in Jackson County for T M Dees I Rockford ROCKtORD July 26llss Minnie Hamilton visited Vlrgle Martin Satur 0 day and Sunday MY Clint Northerns little boy Is very low with whooping coughRena the three year old girl of Davis Northern died Friday She had whooping cough and was almost blind She was burled Saturday at Scaffold Cane Their baby was burled tho week before Last Saturday and Sunday Brother Phelps preached at Macedonia WJLUIR Wlldlo July 24Miss Mollie Reynolds from Paris Is visiting Misses Maud and Ethel Reynolds The Buck- Eye Baseball team started to Wlldlo to play Saturday on their way the horses ran away and broke Fred My ers leg Livingston baseball team played Wlldle SaturdayA number ot young people visited Mr Albert Reynolds and wife Sunday The Infant child ot Mr Geo Griffin died Morrltihas been visiting friends hero return ed to his homo ut Paris July 1SMr Andy Hiatt and family attended church at this place SundayMr Jno Ramsey and family and Allen Adams and family ot Mt Vernon visited Mr Joe 6offey SaturdnyMr J II Black and family from Reno Indiana are visiting Mrs Riddle Mrs J H Brannaman and Mrs T B Lair wore In Richmond lost week Miss Bessie McWhorter visited home folks at Berea Saturday GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick July 25Mrs G B Gab bard Is visiting her daughter Mrs G E Brockman this week Friday July 23 was S W Wylles birthday Ho is 72 years old Thirtyfive people took dinner with him besides his wereIIJohn Collins and family Grover Gentry and wife were the guests of O L Gabbard and family July 18th Thad Lakes and Bradley Gabbard were the guests of O 1 Gabbard last Sunday nJghlMr and Mrs Lon Stowe wore the guests of Mr Will lastII Moore wero the guests of Mr John Wylle Sr Thurday night July 22 Mr and Mrs Cole Guinn are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy at their homeMrs Chas Rogers of Richmond was the guest of her daughter Mrs Lon Stowo from Satur day till Tuesday of last week LEE COUNTY LKIflllTON Leighton July 2GWe are having some fine weather nowJohn Morris fell from a lumber stack sixteen feet high and broke his arm He was tak en to Bcattyvlllo to a doctorMr T passedIplanning to visit her father Mr I Thomas Cook of Berea They will go August 4th to be at the Fair Charlie Peters Is very sick with fever Cash Powell of Berea took dinner with W M Griffin SundaySweet potatoes crops are tine this year Miss Ruth Ashcrofts school at this place Is progressing nicelyAny one wishing a good newsy paper could not do better than subscribe for The Citizen MADISON COUNTY IiARm Harts July 26Wo aro proud that Prof Lewis of Bcrca Is acting as superintendent at Harts as Mr Pas co can sot be with us today Mr T T Lake of Evergreen is visiting his father at present Mr J W Lake I Mr O 1IL Payne went to Berea Thurr day on business Messrs Tom Mc Queen and Anderson Collins who have been working for Mr White re turned homo Friday There was at North Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Mrs II C Combs and Bro Jacob Lake of Ever I County Cedar Neal Bradthaw green went to Berea Wednesday Miss Thelma Smith of Valley View It paying her grandfather Mr Thos Dougherty visit The school at this place is progressing tine with good attendance Mrs Weeloyi Reece ot Hamilton 0 is vlaltlng her father Mr PlggMr and Mrs J F kins visited Mr and Mrs In Monday night Mr Bill Anderson went fox hunting Tuesday night KINGSTON Kingston July 26Mlss Lucllo1 Gibbs spent Monday night Ells abeth LackeyThe Mlssca Crawford were shopping in Richmond Friday Mrs EWe Wafford was the of her parents Mr and Mrs Adams last weekMr and Mrs Ben JJocn visited relatives at Big Hill Friday and Saturday Mr Claud Todd and Miss Hudson ot Dreyfus attend I ed church hero Wednesday night Attorney O P Jackson of Richmond passed through here Wednesday going to McKee on business Mrs Mary Woods who has been visiting her mother Mrs Murray for the jrast six months returned to her home In California Saturday Mr George Mc Collum ot Jackson Co stayed over Friday night J C Powells on his way to Hamilton 0Miss Neva Rena of Richmond was the guest of Miss Ora Daniels last weekMr and Mrs L C Powell Miss Martha Powell Mr and Mrs Curt Bongo and Paula Marcum were guests of Miss Pearl Lain Sunday Tha revival meetings awhich began July 19 at the Baptist church will closo next Sunday night CLAY COUNTY MUIlMNO BPUINOS Burning Springs July 26Dr Hornsty reports much sickness ctlll are the members of Wm Luns fords family having typhoid fever All tho members of another family living on Horse Creek aro stricken with the disease will be County Rally of Sunday school work at the Brown Mlcslon church on Laurel Continued Fourth Page THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN THE CITIZEX gives you more than the worth of your money sad is growing better all the time Just compare it 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