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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t- IIUES 1 I IJENT S OFFICE 13 EKE A KY X I BEREA PUBLISHING CO INcononT1m1 STANLEY FROST Manager Eterolat SAe 1bdojlre at lierea Ay IU reeand- etas root fnaner Vol XI Five coats a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY 3 1010 One Dollar a year No 31 4 MR TO Start of Scries of Meetings Converts h 1 Already and Much Interest Church in Town Will Benefit Referred to Their Own De DAILY Except Saturday 330 P mBlble Readings 730 p m Preaching Service for Christians of one hour follow Dung your Bibles od by aftermeetlng 900 a mPrayer Meeting 330 p mDlble Reading Dr Thomson leader 1000 a rn Preaching Service 730 po m Preaching Service by Mr Buswell with aftetmeeting SUNDAY 945 a mSunday Schools 330 p mDlble Reading as usual 615 p mJoint meeting of 1100 a m Preaching Service Christian Societies ti Mr Buswell 730 p m Preaching Service with aftermeetlng The last service of the revival will probably be held Wednesday night The time is shortdont miss any of the meetings Tho annual revlvaJ held In tho boIChanel under Uio joint auspices of Ran Sunday night and only fairly under wayglvos promise j of guest success Tho Rev Mr Bus well who had such splendid results In his two previous mooting hero seems possessed of all his old power and blessing and Interest Is awakon In vapidly among the students and others t Already ninny conversions havo been made and suds showing interest havo boon sent In It Is grat Ifylnt to note that some of those cards havo been sent to each rd the churches in town according to the preference expressed by tho signor Every religious body In Berea should bo as tho result of tho meetings and no attempt Is made by tho revivalist or his assistants o direct the converts toward any particular oliurch The start of the meetings has been somewhat handicapped by Ute fact that the final examinations of the college semester wero taking place tho first two of the week and or1littlethis it over tho attendance IB Increas ing It has been around nlno hundred except on Sunday night when It wan thirteen hundred but tho prospects aru that It will soon run up to Unit figure almost every night Ono feature which contributed groat ly to tho rapid success of tho work was Uio series deliverer last week by Dr John P D John Thnso addressee took a wonderful hold on tho students In particular and fully prepared tom for Uio re vival now going on Clear anti logical In matter and forceful In statement Dr John had an Influence over his audiences wtoh as Is septum con Ills work hero will long bo remem bared While Uio chief dally meeting of tho revival Is of course that In tho evening a gathering which is scarcely low In Importance Is that at 330 osolt afternoon for ChrltUans At these Bible readings as they aro called two or three hundred Christians are also being revived thru Mr Dna Scrlptur18ooven personal value to them than tho evening sorvlcos tho last being of course Intended chiefly for tho benefit of the unconverted Tlin Citizen la sorry not to be able to give a lull report of at least one of Mr DuiwollR splondld sermons but the tlmo slnco hla arrival has been too short Following Is a brief summary or his Sunday night address and Wit can safely promise to have n much better report for next week SUNDAY NIGHT SERMON Mr Duswoll preached his first ser mon In tine chapol on Sunday night to an audience which numbered between twelve and thirteen hundred and lis touted with marked attention and fool lug On tho platform with him wore tho jKistors of all tho local churches except tho Disciples Tho Borvlco af tor opening songs was begun by tho revivalists teaching tho audience tho verso And they overcame him the Devil by tim blood of tho Lamb and by tho word of their testi mony and they loved not their lives unto tho doath Rev 1211 After music by tho Ariel Quartotte Mr Dus well took the stand and after express- Ing his pleasure at being hero again for Uio third time and recalling the previous meetings In tho Old Chapel and tho Tabernacle ho said in n j Jovial way that ho was planning to take away with him when ho wont qunr1totto J THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Moiixite in People I KENTUCKY FEBRUARY BIG REVIVAL STARTS BUSWELL DRAWING CROWD CHAPEL Auspicious MadeMany ShownEvery nominational Homes1COMING REVIVAL SERVICES MIDWEEK SABBATH 0by strengthened ofaddrcraes Mrs Buswell who was unable to ac company him Tho text for Uils first sermon was from Matt 2818 All power Is given unto Mo In Heaven and on Earth We are living said Mr Buswell In a day of manifest power Ho told of the groat battleships tho trains tho mighty engines and ohM manifesta lions of physical power Men are everywhere seeking for power today merchants for their business doctors to save lives lawyers for their clients students tor their hard stud Political problems need powor 1108 no where ho went on Is power more than In the lives of the Individual to overcome selfish self and when wo have once got the power to overcome selfish self we will master all thcao other problems- A statement Is no stronger than Ita backing It a man says that ho can do a thing you bellovo him If you think ho Is strong enough And what backing has this statement that All power Is given to Christ Whon Christ stood up before all the earth and sold that back of Him was tho Almighty God Mr Buswoll then cited various In cidents of Christs life to show that ho has power In many ways Ho has power over business aa was proved by his driving the usurers from the Temple ho has power over vegetation as was proved by Uio withering 10f tho fig tree which ho cursed ho has Rower over tho elements as his quieting the storm on the sea showed ItuI not only this but ho has power over the grave for lie rais lod Lazarus And still more Ho had powor to forgive sin as ho forgave tho sinful woman who hod bathed Ills toot wlUi her tears That woman was low but no lower than tho men who had brought her down for the man that ulna immorally is just as bad as tho woman There are not two standards before God And this is not all When tho wo man was dismissed Ho said Thy faith haUl saved thco And this is not all The woman was forsaken friendless doaplscd and Ho said Go In posco Christ has power to forgive sins your sins lie It when Ha was hero on earthprovedI Mr lluswoll also spoke a church members to those said had not been doing anything but going thru tho motions like ma chine lie told of a caso of a woman who had fallen to tho lowest depths after having been a member of it Sunday school till she was fifteen and who told him that In all those years the members of tho church lead never taught her the saving graco of Christ Ho urged tho church mom hers to be diligent in their work of lending people to know that Christ has power to save TAYLORWARMAN Mss Laura Taylor of fierce and Mr Thomas O Warman of Tulaskl County woro married last Wednesday at the home of tho brldo In Uita town Mr Wnrmnn born and reared in Pulaski Is happy in ninny friends won by his manner and the bride who came orglnally from liar Ian Co tho her parents now live hisWhltJoy Is a beautiful and charming girl They have received many congratulations from their relatives and friends who wloh thorn much happiness and if over tho clouds of sorrow and grief hover at their feet wo hope Uioy will cherish each other and spend their futuro days In peace and happiness A friend IRusllan Population Grows Tho population In Russia is Increas- Ing at the rate of 2500000 a year MAlI newspapers claim that they nre printed in the interests of the people but somo are known to be supported by men who art trying to get ahead in politics or business or other things Such men can afford to print the paper at a loss if it helps them in other ways The newspaper which is truly the friend of the people is the 0110 printed by men who havo no other object than to conduct an honest business Such papers must watch the peoples interests for they have no other way of getting support Which kind would you rather trust to tell you the truth f And what use to you is a- newspaper which misrepresents the facts in the interests of some ol1ofJl1M START RIGHT- A I great many hardworking fellows are always wondering why they do not get ahead faster They go after what they want with lots of energy and certainly work hard but some way the other fellow is always there ahead of them Why is it A couple of men were standing one day on the back platform of a train as it drew out of a station and watched man trying to catch it He ran fast and hard lost his hat and dropped his grip and still he just couldnt catch it tho he ran a long ways lilt is too bad he didnt mako it said one man I hate to see n man miss it after working so hard and he certainly is a good runnerTheres nothing the matter with his running replied the other man The trouble with him is that he didnt start soon enoughAnd that is the matter with a lot of fellows whose hard work doesnt seem to get thorn any where They aro a little late in start ing Some of them spend too much time in deciding what to do and by the time they get started it is too late And some who are hardworkers are slow starters They will keep putting off their effort from day to day till finally the knowledge that the time is getting close makes them start and then they work like sixty to catch up Some times they make it but sometimes dltho there is nothing thin matter with their running as the follow said they are n little too late The follow that really gets there in the one that starts on time and then hustles If you never get left there is no lesson in this for you MANS WEAKNESS SHOWN The most famous city in the world is Paris and for centuries has been the centor of all kinds of intellectual progress andmaterial wealth Art culture beauty wit and society have combined to make the capital of tho French the acme of modern civilization It was there that man seemed to reach his highest estate in nil that is geu erally supposed to make life worth living and in fact the leaders of that mighty city men brilliant clover and powerful were so over come with admiration of their own grnnduer that they decided long ago that the time hud conic when there was no need in their lives for any belief in God Man was supreme man was master of the earth anti of nil nature anti they were the leaders of mankind God they said waR a superstition- And now in H few days Unit great city Is wrecked The heavens were opened Bud from them poured destruction Civili sation has vanished there Murder and robery haunt the streets property vanishes over night food anti shelter are snatchedaway from thousands nnd for a while at least art science wealthand nil have made a vain and futile struggle against one of Natures elements Another great city is New York Wealth unbound is found thero and if art nnd beauty are less to be seen science has developed in all her glory A thousand kinds of engines turn ceaselessly and great arteries of commerce throb with trafic as a luaus nrtiories do with blood Then three weeks ago came a snow Not a big one but still a snow And the engines almost censed Commerce died food grew scarce thousands faced starvation and for two days the great city fought for life itself against those feivy incline of snow Whore was mans dominion over Nature Perhnps it is not strange that people living in those great cities whore mann genius and power have been brought to their highest perfection and where nature is usually seen only when harnessed to moms engines should forget that there is another power They see little of it in the grent manifestations which sweep across the world Nature is seldom allowed to interfere with their work and the stars are blotted out by smoke of tho furnaces But lessons like these should not be needed in the country whore Nature is always with us and where we daily feel her strength When the greatest cities with all their power cnn be crushed in a night bone act of nature what can we hope to accomplish against her or how can we dare to think for n moment that any man or any men can successfully defy Natureor live at nil without the constant aid and protection of Natures God NEWS OF THE WEEK City of Paris Wrecked by Floods Removing Bodies from Cherry Mine Begins Liberals win English Elections Report Shows Col Swope Died from Poison WRECKEOIFRENCH CAPITAL A tremendous flood of the Steno on which is situated Paris France nearly destroyed tho most beautiful lout of that city which is said to bo tho most beautiful In the world i For ninny days tho city wan in dark nose with surging waters threaten ing the great buildings and the damage IB estimated at almost as much as that caused by the San Fran deco tire f250000000 Many people wore drowned and tho City was so overwhelmed that groat disorder broko out bands robbing and murder ing In tho streets and breaking into tho hcusou While the river has now gone down many Important and fam ous buildings are undermined and may havo to bo torn down It will bo years before tho olty recovers It Is Uio most unfortunate as woll as the must beautiful in Europe and hiss suffered horribly many tines in tho last century and a quarter from war rebellion mobs fire and posUIonce as well as from disaster like this It is believed however that this is tune worst that has comoIENGLISH ELECTIONS Tho Eng halt elections are about ovor and it Is shown that the Government par ty will be stronger than was first supposed Tho result will probably bo first an attempt to reform tho IIouso of Lords on such a scalo that It will bo unable to prevent tho pas sage of money bills In future Tho passing of tho budget which has mado so much fuss is moro doubtful as somo of tho tactless which go to stake up tho Government majority will be against many of the proposals Tho Irish faction Is jubilant with the hope that Independence for their Is land is in sight SH1PP LEAVES JAILSherlft Shlpp of Chattanooga who was adjudged guilty of contempt of tho Supreme Court of tho United States has at last been released titer serving his sentence iri jail Ho was warmly welcomed homo by his friends TO RECOVER BODIES Attempts aro at last being made to recover from the Cherry mlno in Illinois the ISO bodlos of miners which aro still entombed thoro It is believed that the nO Ib entirely out and that tho remains can bo brought to tho surface and burled SWOPB POISONEDA report leas been made by the chemists in rhlch thoy Und that Col Swope the Kansas millionaire was killed by poison No atroeta have been made as we go to prose but they are expected soonfContinued on Fourth Page a r knowledge BEGIN TO1SAVE Id The habit of saving formed early l in life is the foundation of most fortunes Thrifty provident people patron ize the Savings Bank and prosper 1savingBerea Bank Trust Co 0 ESTABLISHED 1901 The Bank for All the People OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSyW H Porter Pres Andrew Isaacs Vice W Stephens Cashier Moore W Stewart Cornelius- J I Baker H Chrisman R Hays Coyle W M Hayes 1 WASHINGTON LETTER Business Booming Along and Com mittees Busy Ballinger Hearing Starts in with Hot Shot Against Secretary Activity In Congress Indicates Intention to Please Taft Washington D Jan 29 1910 Washington is having a lltUe rolled these dajis from the strenuous ox cltement ot tho last month Things are still moving right along butI there is not a crisis every day seemed to be the case before Ten dencles which have already been not ed aro working themselves out and In borne cases are laying up a largo store ot trouble for certain promin ent personages The one sensation of the week has ben the Ballinger hearing and while true Mr Ballinger and his friends have not been heard yot it is cer tain that Galvls has made statements and proved them which will call for some tall longdistance time lock angle iron relnforced cocprete explanations Mr Ballinger has not been the only ono hit The charges him are about the same as nsalnstI lic is famllar with that he was not active in Investigating charges ot fraud against men for whom he had hen counsel and that ho illegally or at least dishonestly ordered their claims to be allowed when bo knew or ought to havo known that the claims wero illegal But other 1m lolt ant men have been brought into Uio cast Land Commissioner Bennett severely compromised by a lot of letters he wrote about tho case These letters also compromise Ballinger but of course are not as good evidence against him against tho man thut wrote them Son Heyburn of Idaho has been involved Just how much It Is still impossible to tell and It has born proved that at least two con gressmen had interest in fraudulent claims and were trying to get the law changed to allow the claims to go thru This is all so far It looks as if the fuss would last all the win ter and ruin a good many roputa tions Meanwhile the groat effort of the landgrabbers is simply to prevent legislation of any kind If Uiey can do this they are likely to win out the old laws are not strong enough They are preparing to work all sorts of games and it Is plain that thoy had hoped to keep tho work inquiryWhethor nut depends largely on Pres Taft If tho work goes over till next win ter when the public interest has cooled and after tho election it is not likely that anything will be done at nilanti Heaven knows what would happen after that time So the land sharks aro fighting for delay all along Uio line Tho situation has been complicat ed this week by an offer of a Seattle man to take over big coal land lea ass In Alaska paying the Government 50 cants a tot tor all tho coal on the laud as ho mined it This would make several million dollars for this piece of land alone and a total of ovor EIGHT BILLION DOLLARS for the Alaskan coal lauds alone Ho imposes certain complicated conditions Now it verjContinllro Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern is to read a good newspaper r II i P J J J A P K R J E F C it is Is as all or IN OUR OWN STATE f Divorce Granted to Mrs Henry Yout seyPlans for Unveiling GoebeltMonument Unlicensed Dentist FinedOther News of Kentucky YOVTSEY DIVORCE Mrs Henry Youtsfy has at last been granted an absolute divorce from her husband who is serving a life sentence for the murder of Gov Goebel She has taken her maiden name of Sarah C French HINDMAN SCHOOL DURNEOreerlons check to educational interests in the mountains was given a llttto wllil at id the burning of the build lAs of Ut school at Hindman Tho fire Blurted in tho attic of tho main building at night and In spite of every effort boUt structure and the i nclJOnlLj school building and water melt sere destroyed An Insurance of oOOO is not enough to cover the loss The people of the town and county have rallied splendidly to tho aid of the school 2400 has already been pledged by citizens the Board of Education is expected to appropri ate funu and the county Judgo J2000 The citizens havo also promised nearly a thousand days work and it is expected that rebuilding will be gin very soon- GOLBEL MONUMENT The monument to William Goebel whoso namo stands for all that is wors in tho history of this state will bo unveiled thisIDENTIST FINEDBert Azblll well J non here was fined 50 in the rlchmoud court lost week for procuring without a license COVTIS HOLDS ONTiro attempt of Sen Bradley to have Leslie Combs supplanted as Minister to Peru by H Clay Howard railed and It is announ ced that Mr Combs will be reo appointed Also It Is announced that the report ot Mr Thatchers appointment as District Attorney for the Woa tern District was premature and that tho place will go to Mr Speight It Is mmerstooj some other place will be found for Mr Thatcher The reappointment of Sherman Cooper nt DaiivlUc In HBO forecasted and It Is sold that Mr Edwards will land his candidate as District Attorney for the Eohtern District JOKE ON NEVSPAIERSTheS- undey papers contained a sensation al aw unt ot an attack by night ruder on tho officers of the Bur loy Soiloty In Winchester and of threats against Pres LoBus Further Investigation showed however that tho whole thing was a Joke and that doneII ANTISALOONJBONVENTION This convention will bo held atI Frankfort Ky February 7 8 9 1910 preparedII dresses The railroads havo given Convention rates ono and onethird for round trip Programs may bo ob- mined at 73 Kenyon Building Louisville Ky r FC dEr e71WflGIOJ2CCOpy RIGHT SOG THE 08f ME A LL COMP IIIJIIO How Much Water It There in the Shllka I SYNOPSIS Frederick Hardy a fashionable Boston society man lost his wealth was jilted by a girl and tent by a friend to take charge of an American Trading Company store In Russia On his journey lhrou hg Japan he met Stapleton Neville sup poiedly an Englishman They agreed to of sus ptelouiec rcumstanceeatheywero several times molested by the Japanese Hardy was arrested and found upon his person were papers showing maps of Jap torts Hardy was proven guiltless On a train he met Alsome Sano daughter of a Jap merchant In Nevilles shoes Jap found pictures of torts proving him to be a spy Hardy departed for Rue sia on a steamer which was wrecked shortly afterward He was rescued by a Russian steamer On reaching Vladi vostok he was well treated He started for Siberia meeting Princess Romanovna on the train boarded a vessel for Amur Hardy showed the princess his expertness as a rifle shot- CHAPTER XII Up the Amur The blackened ruins of Algun and UH grisly story of men and women slain in that swoop of the Cossacks that awful picture of fire slaughter and rapine and the thousands tram pled by horses cut down by the sword or driven to death In the turbid Amur illustrated in Hardys mind one phase of the advance of Russian civilization another and more pleas ing phase was symbolized by the large white gymnasium of Blagovestchensk the first building of that progressive modern city that could be seen from tho decks of the Alexsay The Imperial mallsteamer on which they embarked about dark was a much smaller boat than the Alexsay and of lighter draft There were only six firstclass cabins all forward and the poor princess was obliged to squeeze into three of these the general taking the other three Hardy man Aged to obtain on upper berth in a second claaa cabin aft but was soon driven out of this as the Russian be heath him smoked some filthy brand of cigarettes all night lighting them every five minutes with oldfashioned sulphur matches the acrid fumes of which mingled with the smoke arose In stifling clouds to his nostrils and filled the entire cabin The Russians much to Hardys surprise kept the door end window tightly closed and though he arose several times to open one or the other his fellow passen gore immediately shut it again He arose at last dressed and went out on deck taking his blankets with him The air was balmy and ho soon fell asleep lulled by the breathing of the engine and the whispering of the waters But be was not allowed tot enjoy his repose long for about mid night the passengers and the baggago were changed over to another steamer that drew a trifle less water and was iinrortuuately for the comfort of the passengers all save the princess and tho guaorul of smaller holding ca pacity This new steamer brought nown UlA llsquietlng rumor that the Amur and the Ihllka which hitter river formed the waterway higher up won rapidly railing Here too they took on a detach meat of BourUt cavalry in faded dirty and dusty uniforms returning from some murderous and unrecorded raid into Manchuria They seemed half Chinese and half NorthAmerican Indian and they swarmed on every available portion of the deck The ship was oft again at dawn feeling its way cautiously to avoid the shallow places There were six firstclass cabins on this boat also Hardy learned which were given over as a matter of course to the princess and the general As she continued her course for sev eral days it was necessary for Hardy and Smulders to preempt places on the deck for lying down for the time comes at last when a man must sleep and not being provided like a horse with four legs ono on each corner ho finds it necessary to measure his length on something It was necessary now to test the depths of the water constantly Two men one on either side of the prow sounding by means of stakes attached to ropes swaying rhythmically as they cast their wooden spears chanting tho depths Chetyre chetyrepolovena pyat Four four and a halt fielAs often as a downcoming steamer passed the little captain made a trum pet of his hands and shouted across to its commander How much water is there in the Shllka The disquieting rumor that the wa ter was rapidly falling was gaining confirmation by each report Once the men with the poles criedITres polovena threo and a half and the steamer scraped on the bottom At Pokrovka a dreary Cossack village near the junction of the Amur and the Shllka rivers they found a smaller mall boat awaiting them that drew but three feet of water They changed over again with a multilingual hulls baloo and a grand scramble for places all save the general and the princess who moved leisurely into the first class cabins like the superior beings they were The next day they stuck fast on a sandbank and a boats crew carried the anchor far up the river and dropped It attached to a stout haw ser Then by means of the windless they deliberately warped the steamer loose At dark of the same day they grounded for good in 2 feet of wa ter a few yards below a great tramp steamer firmly Imbedded athwart the channul There was no hope of go Ing either up or down for many days to come The peasants took the mat ter philosophically they would Him ply live where they wero rent free buying their bread and milk of the Cossacks When God saw fit to send water they would go on CHAPTER XII To the Rescue But what would the general do the military governor of Irkutsk For as everybody knew he must be at his post on a certain date and the White Czar would not be apt to take the will of God into account Within two days the generals intentions were made manifest for his orderly arrived with several long dugouts each having a mast at tho prow A rope fastened at the stern was passed through a pulley at tho top of the mast and the other end attached to a shaggy horse The generals baggage was piled Into one of these dugouts and he seated him self comfortably in the midst A muz hik with a paddle occupied the stern another mounted the horse and they rode off the animal scrambling over tho stones by the shore or splashing through the shallow water while tie man with the paddle kept the boat clear of the bank This is the ancient mode of ascending Russian rivers the method of losbat and lotka and two military stations or about 30 miles can thus be made in a day under favorable circumstances by getting under way at four oclock In the morn lag To Hardys consternation the prin cess and her maid followed In a sec ond dugout But there were two more waiting on the bank their owners hoping that others of the passengers would wish to avail themselves of their use- Come on cried Hardy to Smul ders Lets follow them It will be a larkA lark Whats that A lark Why fun sport But Smulders sighed and rhook his head thinking of the fair Viennese Ah no ho said I do not care It It be an eaglo I cannot leave Cbulla I loaf her too heavy Hardy lost no time By signs he conveyed to one of tho sailors that he wished his luggage carried ashoro and plied into the dugout Soon he too was seated in the bottom reclining gracefully against his Impedimenta his horse scrambling along In the wake of the princess lotka They made but one military station the first daya large square building where a samovar is kept always ready for travelers and the sledges that car ry the malls over the Ice in winter To Hardys delight the old general and the princess were extremely cour teous to him and made him under stand by signs that he was welcome The generals orderly foraged and pro duced some black bread some milk and a quantity of delicious fresh caviar of the kind the Russians do not exportThe princess presided charmingly at the samovar after which she disappeared for the night Hardy spread his blankets on the floor and was soon fast asleep But ho seemed no sooner to have closed his eyes than he was awakened again by the voice of the general shouting at him in Russian- It was only three oclock but the place was all abustle with prepara tions for departure Ere the mists had risen from the river they wore again under way dim as ghosts Hardy reclined against his luggage and slept deliciously until the sun arose when he was awakened by the stinging of a cloud of gnats Sitting upright ho noticed that the lotka of the princess was deserted by its fair passenger Casting his eyes about he observed maid and mistress strolling along the government road that fol lows tho course of the Shllka and that serves as a channel for the stream of Cossacks that pours into Manchuria Tho bank was high at this point and the women were above him plainly visible in the bright sun The Ro mnnovna twirling her Japanese para sol on her shoulder walked rapidly and with a joyous freedom of motion that testified to her love of the open air I wonder It she plays golf mused Hardy and at that very moment he perceived that he too was cramped sitting there In the boat Ho got out accordingly and struck vigorously across a wide stretch of sand deposited during high water lie was some 15 minutes climbing the steep bank and when he at last reached the road the princess was nowhere to be seen Indeed the road at this point turned sharply away from the river and disappeared around the foot of a hill Hardy knew however that it must wind back to the river and he therefore followed the wide dusty trail confidently although it seemed to plunge Into the heart of the wilder ness Once or twice ho asked him self why ho was walking so rapidly and each time made answer Why to keep up with my lotka of course Ho was too thorough a gentleman to mit to himself that he was pursuing theI princess ho would not have done such a thing on Beacon street why should ho do it on a government road in Si berla At any rate It would be an Indiscreet thing to do as she would be sure to crush him for his presumption But he certainly had just as good a right to get out And walk as she As he was soliloquies thu and had about come to the conclusion that ho was In a fair way at last of making an ass of himself he thought he heard a shrill scream in the distance Listen lag with his heart In his mouth ho was sure for the first cry was fol lowed by otherswild despairing shrieks as of a woman in the mot excruciating fear Coming coming shouted Hardy and feeling in his pocket for the gen orals American pistol which thank neverIthe road and a clump of trees came suddenly on a sight that thrilled him with rage and sickened him with fear not for himself but for the prln cess There she was struggling In the arms of a big Chinese ono of that halfsavago tribe that Inhabits the wild regions of Manchuria Tho beast had lifted her In his arms and was running toward tho woods with her whllo another carried tho maid Two other Mongolians with long war bows In their hands completed tho strange picture Hardy shouted again and the four Chinese wheeled about and regarded him with startled malignancy that turned on the instant to amusement Those four great brutes beheld one rather small dark mug of dapper appearance despite his weeks river travela slender dark man in a blue serge suit and negligee shirt who me chanically adjusted his gold pincenez as he advanced now at a slower gait The two Chinese with war bows fitted long arrows to the strings and with a sudden lift of tho loft foot and a widening of the arms they let drive One arrow whizzed by Hardys head and the other pierced his clothing making a nasty scratch on his left side Then tho pistol cracked twice and the two Chinese fell sprawling with bullets through their bodies The other two promptly dropped the faint lag women and started to run Hardy aimed deliberately at the one who had seized the princess and fired It was a long shot but the bullet took effect as a scream of pain testified Neither the princess nor the maid evinced any signs of reviving but lay there huddled on the ground as though dead Hardy ran to the edge of the bluff and there as good fortune would havo it was the generals lotka and the general himself strolling along leisurely on the sand The American shouted so loudly and flung his arms about so wildly that the or derly the two muzhiks and even the governor himself were soon semen bUng up the steep bank toward him The Romanovna had revived by tho time they all reached her and sat In the tall grass putting up her abundant hair woman fashion and looking about with awakening eyes She was as pale as a ghost and held out her hands appealingly Hardy and the general helped her to her feet and it was tho American who supported her until her trembling limbs regained their strength The general surveyed the dead Chinese and then standing squarely in front of Hardy removed his cap and mado a low bow At the next station they found a small government boat the Pushkin awaiting them that drew only ono foot of water It had been sent down by the authorities to pick up the gen oral and Courtland Hardy cxcotllllon leader was taken on board and one of the four cabins was given to him although one of the greatest heiresses In all Russia was thereby compelled to occupy a room with her maid CHAPTER XIII Womans Gratitude The princess was sitting on one of the benches of the upper deck attired In the costume of Little Russia with the Japanese parasol turned toward the sun over her shouder Hardy had rather avoided her since the Incl dent of the brigands as he felt that any attempt at friendship on his part would be taking advantage of the service he had been able to render hera service which bo assured him self he would have performed just as eagerly for the humblest peasant woman on the boat Tho Romanovna In fact had been nearly prostrated since that dreadful happening re maining In her cabin until now under the care of her maid Monsieur she said to Hardy who was promenading the little deck Ho threw away his cigar removed his hat and bowed very low Ho noticed that she was still pale and that her eyes looked unnaturally urge Parlez vouz Francais monsieur she asked sweetly with a perfect Parisian ac centUn peu madame he replied but unfortunately very badly Ah but you do speak IU she cried with animation you speak It well or at least well enough to noble me to express to you my undying gratitude I owe you my life monsieur Pray sit down hero beside me I owe you my escape from a horrible a hideous fateHardy sat beside her on the bench You owe me nothing madame he said there was no great danger for me really Thetho obligation is all on my side There Is not a muz hik or Bourlat on the boat who would not have done the same thing They torI I I owo you nevertheless my life she Insisted and you havo my undying gratitude as I said I do not know how I shall ever be able to repay you- Hardy frowned I did not do it with any thought of repayment of any kind madame be said You wlU bent racomDens Struggling In the Arms eta Dig Chinese I me If you will dismiss all thought of obligation It would pain me to think that I bad Imposed any suck Imag- Inary burden on you I am more than repaid in my own satisfaction I trust you are qulto recovered from tho shockBut you wero wounded I Tho gen eral tells me that you were wounded Do not deny IU she commanded smiling Tho entire boat knows of It It Is fortunate the arrow was not poisonedNot wounded replied Hardy merely scratched Tho princess fixed her eyes on him for several moments I have always insisted she murmured that the American gentlemen compare favorably with those of any country In the world and now I know It Pray do me tho honor to sit here and talk with me a while We will change the subject If you desire How do you like our Russia 7 Hardy talked with her for an hour or so She spoke slowly and distinctly for him and he found under such de lightful auspices his French was a much morn practical and useful acquirement than bo had thought They talked of the Increasing activity of the Chinese marauders of the possibility of war with Japan of the wild flowers of Siberia of Russian and American society Ho found her intensely patriotic and firm in the belief that Rus sia could crush Japan in a month should hostilities actually break out As they wore thus engaged In con versation time general approached and bowing before the princess proposed zakouska to Hardy Ah monsieur sho laughed do you know the great Russian institu tion of zakouska 7 Yes he replied It was about the first Russian word I learned and I have heard It more frequently than any other since Then she said rising and taking the generals arm we will have za kouska in my cabin Will you do us the honor of joining us7 Certainly replied Hardy with alacrity I find It a most delightful customAnd all day long they steamed up the winding and yellow Amur through virgin solitudes of rolling prairie through Interminable stretches of primeval forest with medieval Rus sia on the right and ancient prehis tonic China on the loft The grinding and jarring of the lit tlo steamer on the sand was now a matter of houtly occurrence Oc casionally a largo river boat would be passed highfoundered and dry either deserted or occupied by a few pas sengers patiently waiting for tho wa ter to rise Many rowboats drifted by laden with moro fortunate people going with the swift current father than against it To these the captain shouted continually How is tho water in tho Shllka 7 And ever came time same reply Falling slowly falling At midnight they ran upon a sandbank and had such difficulty getting 1stuckceptlon of her highness the princess and drive them all over to ono side of the boat to list her After an hour of most exciting work during which tho captain dashed forward and back on the bridge gesticulating with his en tiro body and shouting like a mad man they got ort and wero under way again only to make another hours stop for wood This time ni before a bewhiskered muzhik was sitting on the bank by a flaring fire Ho could bo seen very distinctly from a groat distance and as the steamer ap preached the officer In command shouted at him again and again The soundness with which ho was sleeping with head upon breast and arms folded upon knees gavo rise to con siderable amusement among such of the passengers as were awake The plank was laid and soveral of tho crew ran up to him Ono of them pushed him and he sprawled over lies dead announced the sailor DeadYes transfixed by an arrow Ho put his foot upon the mans breast and seizing something pulled A moment later he held up In tha light of the bonfire a Chinese war ar row then throwing it to the earth he stooped sad wiped his hard upon tho grass Toward morning they stuck on tile sand again In a wide part of tho river with dense forests on either bank The steamer drifted about and blocked up a narrow channel through which they wore attempting to pats The sand came level with the surfuco of the water on either hand The captain J tried In vain all the expedients known on tho Amur ho attempted to lift the boat around by moans of a mast planted at her sldo In the river he sent tho anchor up stream and es sayed to drag her through bodily by means of tho windlass bo added to this power the pulling force of a wood en windlass sot up on one bank of tho river whose long cross bar was manned by half the boats crew but without successIWhat is tho matter the princess coming out on the deck about nine oclock in tho morning asked Hardy Wo arc stuck for good explained tho American I hope you slept wellExcellently thank you But I hope we aro not stranded as I have Invited some friends to a house party nt my country place near Moscow- A rowboat drifted Into tho mouth ofIthe channel and lodged against thv side of the steamer It contained four dead one of whom was a pnost in long robes lie was lying flit on his back with his head lolling over tho side his venerable floating In tho water pierced with arrows The horriblytfered time princess hIs arm ducted her below Zakouska 7 he said hand TODB OOXTIKUBDJ 40r t H 3 I Child 8 Hat IByJULIA BOTTOMLEY I F 11varietyin childrens hats than ever before Milliners icem to have awakened to tho fact that the beautiful nat which has been worn for so long by children could not always please from tho fact that their patrons were look Ing for something now Hats with drooping brims havo n i moro or lose bonnet liko effect and are especially goon for little misses Tho past throe Reasons havo shown an Increasing fondness for them for grownup na well as children In tact for the present sliupes for tho mire arc along the same lines aa POSITION OF DRESSING TABLE Should De Placed In North Window If Possible Easy to Procure Artistic Effect It Is well known that a north tight bolng diffused Is more ngreenblo than the light from otbor points of tho compaM For this reason n window to the north Is beet for the placing of n dressing tablo where there are other windows to furnish ventilation and outlook Every woman enjoys proper conven lances for drowsing One need not have extravagant furnishings but they tbould bo pleasant and attractive as well as convenient Select suitable material as to tex ture material pretty as to color no matter how little It costs If It Is ar ranged simply and in graceful lines the result will bo artistic Thorn are some rules to observe and one important one lu thisit the walls are figured lot the draperies be of a solid colorIvory old rose soft blue silver green whatever will bo harmonious with the general color effect of the room It the walls are of one color through out or in shades of a self color the design Inconsplcuoun then havo flow t eyed drnporlos and tho effect will bo pleasing Figures everywhere without any surface of repose are distracting to the eyo and unpleasant to live with THEATER BLOUSE tl Theater blouso of velvet trimmed with a metal embroidery and motifs of metal passementerie The plastron and undersleovca are of tucked white gauze trimmed with nppllquo lace o Cobweb Veils One of tho newest veils Is of finest silken threads woven in spider web ac sign scattered over the meshes of the yelling In the center of each web Is a tiny silken spider Tho effect Is qulto startling and tho Telling has only been worn by ultra fashionable women here and in Lon don and Paris ISave the Stickpin If the end of a stickpin is under ai lapel or Inside the opening of the dress anywhere that you can easily get at it you will bo in no danger of losing it If you will wind tightly about It a smlIMzod rubber ban- dII those designed for her mamma Pelt silk and velvet aro tho fabrics employed In making and trimming such hats Ribbon and gulllo small plumes and some flowers aro the trim mings from which to make a proper choiceThe hnt shown in tho illustration Is a large shape with round crown and drooping brim It is lined with bias folds of taffeta sewed to a cambric foundation which is adjusted to the undorbrlm A scarf of the taffeta laid In uneven Platte or folds la terminated nt the side with a flat knot and two ends Those aro finished by a tassel Into which tho silk Is trilled RICHNESS IS THE KEYNOTE No Limit as to Combinations of Ma tends Placed on Designers of Gowns The master builders of wonderful gowns are restricted by nothing this season Unlimited license is theirs lovely fabrics laces metals tissues fur and Jewels Never before have there been such evening gowns such blending of colors such combination of materialsA Is to drape an overdress of chiffon velvet over a gown of satin lace and metallic tissue The velvet ic hung from the shoulders where It Is arranged In narrow folds is drnpco about the figure usually from right to left and caught at the hip with a Jeweled ornament It then falls in lustrous folds to form part of the train of the gown A magnificent gown made in this manner was of all the vivid Intense peacock tones It was of green satin with low bodIce and narrow caplike sleeves of gold tlssuo embroidered in emerald and sapphire crystals The draped overdress was of pea cock blue chiffon velvet caught at the shoulders with gemmed cabochons of green and blue It was then draped around the figure and held at tho left hip with a Jeweled ornament falling away to tho floor with the satin train of the gown The velvet was lined with satin of the same tone as tho gown which in Its entirety was of barbaric splendor Gray Deaver Hats The window of a smart New York millinery establishment was filled with beaver hats In the newest shapes and of varied tones of gray from pearl to smoke which Is so dark ai to bo almost seal brown These hats were trimmed each with a single full blown roso and foliage silver and gold tissue burnt orange and scarlet and crimson silk and velvet being used In tho making of the flowers The roses and their leaves were tho entire trimming of theso hats and the simplicity of tho trimming gave an air of distinct smartness to them Linen Napkin Holders Take two pieces of linen 9 Inches long and 2h Inches wide Through tho center of one embroider any spray of flowers you prefer daisies violets forget me nots any small flow er and their leaves and stemsthen baste the other piece of linen to this as a lining have ono end square tho other pointed Buttcnholo around the edges a depth of U of an Inch and mark In pencil so as to have It evon This will fasten the lining to the embroidered piece In time pointed end place a tiny buttonhole and at other cud sow a small round pearl button Upstanding Brush A vary satisfactory substitute for tho osprey Is a brush of gold wire nearly as fine as thread- A gold ornament holds the wire threads al tho base This resembles an oldworld bouquet holder In its cornucopia form The upstanding brush Is used to give a military dash to fur toques and Is Invading tho realm of nllllnery wit great success ALSMGIVING AND PRAYER Saclar School Lines for Ftb G 1910 Specially Arranged for Trill Paper LESFON TEXT Jtalt 115 lclUoryI Vft 6- GJLt I5V TEXTTake heed that ye do not your rlgliteouineM before men toIbcv Bern by them8l It V TIMK The summer of A D 23 near the muidlo of Chrtitn ministry FLAORThe traditional alto Is the Horns of Hattln two ur three miles wcit of the 8ea ot Galilee Suoocctlon and Practical Thought Tho lesion today dwells on atcerlty and truth applied to giving and praying 1 Sincerity versus Hypocrisy in GhlrVs 14 First the Principle underlying the actions referred to Is that so far as relates to vlrtuo or character In the doer It Is the motive that determines the value of an action no matter how good the notion In itself or bow important the gift may be to tho receiver Second Its Application to Giving I Take heed emphatic because what follows is vary important That yo do not your nlms It V accord Ing to the best MSS your righteous ness your good actions both moral and religious before men for tho purpose or design to be seen of them to gain applause in order to be regarded as righteous and generous II Sincerity versus Hyprocrlsy In rraylng Vs 6S Thou ehalt not be as the hypocrites are who do not really pray do not deslro or expect what they ask or hold communion with God but desire to appear very religious to men and hence stand apart like the 1harlsee in the pat blo as If absorbed in devotion III A Form of Prayer Filled with the Spirit Vs 91B The Lords Pray er as given in Luke perhaps on an other occasion Is prefaced by a re quest from the disciples that Jesus would teach them how to pray 1 Wo need to learn how to pray If we would gain the most possible from prayer Let tbo soil be tilled that the germ may grow 2 Jesus gave a model expressing tho true principles of prayer 3 A model or form Is useful only when filled with the real Spirit of prayer 4 We can Interpret the model by the way Jesus and his disciples used It Wo have no recorded Instnnco of their using this prayor but the pray ers of Jesus were In accordance with Its principles The Hoarer and Answerer of Praper Our Father which art In Heaven This expresses that aspect of God which most attracts uc to pray to him He is not a mere bright Essence In create a power that makes for righteousness but a Person as really as our spirits arc persons Infinite omnipotent omniscient King Creator Ruler but withal a Father whose qual ities we learn from his Son our Elder Brother Jesus The Chief Aim and Goal of Prayer Is expressed In a threefold form which represents the highest the best the happiest the noblest conceivable Ideal and goal for every child of God and for tho whole human race Eye hath not seen nor ear heard neither has entered Into the heart of man anything beyond these which God hath prepared for them that love himPrayer for Our Material Welfare II Give us this day or as Luke re ports day by day our dally bread Dally bread Includes supplies for nil our wants food for hungry hearts as well as bodies for the mind the spirit tho taste for beauty and music and for every appetite and longing Prayer for Deliverance from Evil Vs 1215 The deliverance Is three fold 1 From the Burden and Effects of Past Sins Forgive us our debts tho duties wo owe to God and man and have not Forgiveness is thus the first step in being delivered from evilThe Second Step in Deliverance from Evil Is Victory Over Temptation 13 Lead us not Into temptation Thou who art the guide of our life lead us but away from temptation Temptation Is trial proving tho con dltlons meant to test our characters lour choices 3 Deliverance from All Evil of All Kinds But deliver us from evil The evil not the evil one as in the 1U V for that narrows and belli ties the prayer the ono Is not In the Greek but from evil every evil temporal and spiritual Including the evil one but most of ill from sin the great evil and the source of most other evils God answers this prayer by removing many evils The Power That Assures the An ewerV 13 The rest of this verso Is not found In the oldest MSS and the R V puts It In the margin For thine Is the kingdom tho rule and the right to rule over nature and man All forces are under his con trolAnd the power All power natural and spiritual Illustration In a Russian palace there la n gallery in which aro hung several hundred portraits of young maidens These pictures were paint ed by Count Rotarl for Catherine II The striking feature In the collection Is that those who wore familiar with the empress and her habits and tastes could find In each portrait half Con cealed half revealed something that reminded them of hera Jewel a flower a feature etc The whole gal lery was a glorifying of the empress Everything in this world has In It for a devout alcd some suggestion ot God t URGE BIG PERFtt MEMORIAL Commissioners Want a Monument Erected at the Site Overlooking Scene of Victory nveland OThe ono feature of the Perrys Victory Centennial to beheld at Put ln Bny 0 In 1913 pro by tho commission In chargo the event Is a monumental momor ial to the hero of the battle of Lake A design for such a memorial ban been submitted by John Elsen man and has been accepted by tho commission as a basis on which to workIn Its report to Governor Harmon commission says Tbo proposed building combines Design for Perry Monument tho essentials of artistic beauty and historical significance with such pm ac tical objects as a lighthouse a wire less telegraph station a metorologlcal station a lifesaving station and other useful adjuncts The drawing submitted contem plates a building three hundred and seventyfive feet In height Its cost subject to variation according to the material used Each of the eight or ten floors of the tower may be dedi cated to tho uso of one of the states participating in tho centennial Un der the pinnacle the searchlight from tho great height of more than 300 feet will be visible many miles at sea and cast Its rays over a great territoryWithin few years practically every vessel of any Importance on the great lakes will bo supplied with wireless apparatus and this will un doubtedly bo the case when a cen tral station commanding the whole lake region Is provided for the use of navigators A wireless equipped rcsecl In distress on any of the great lakes could flash the call for help to Perry Memorial and Instantly response would be conveyed to the life saving station similarly equipped nearest tho threatened disaster or by telegraph to any point from which succor might bo forthcoming It is believed that thq general government would look with favor on a lifesaving station a lighthouse i meteorological station and a permanent fisheries exhibit In connection with the proposed memorial TRUSTS FOE NOW ITS AID James M Deck Who Once Fought Sugar Combine Now Chief Coun sel for the Company New YorkThe retirement of Parsons Closson Mcllwalno as counsel for the sugar trust was not unexpect ed but the selection of James M Beck I or counsel as their successor came rather as a surprise Mr Beck as assistant attorney gen eral of the United States successfully prosecuted the celebrated Neely case As first assistant attorney general ho sutured the verdict against tho North era Securities Company Ho also took a prominent part In the first actions against the sugar trust the paper trust and other antitrust proceedings lie was In the midst of theso cases when he removed to New York and began the private practice ot law v r 188S Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO i PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSIiDlaces the BEST Over 60 instructors 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign countries I Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS M A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress I Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc books ArlthmoUajTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loam and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have larger i ftnlsbed common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies Ia fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young maa may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wits use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods TheIhighest educational standardsIiNORMAL 3 year parallel to 8th grado Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and coyer branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ VoIce Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra la connection with any course Small extra reesIExpenses Regulations Opening Days Berca College Is not a moneymaking Institution AH tho money re- ceIved 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 be pays In This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Borca live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lug and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win 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 to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favdrs plain clothing Our climate Is the boat but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera + tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and I other necessary articles at cost f LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent r for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room r rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding 4 and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the tall and 160 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 aro two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 6 In Academy and Normal and 700 In Collo slate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 2950tn ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ol terra 945- WINTER12 weeks 2900In one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 675 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 1940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examV nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac tion of a week On board refund In fulL On room and Special Expenses11 there is a large loss occa stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalt of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term win re ceive a certificate for onehalf the Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the st dent in person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is September 15 1J09 The first day ot Winter term is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term U March 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people lib a good thing when they sea it and to get a 75 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 9125 That brings ia ubscriptions all the time It you have not got it jwn ought to have r t i a i Teachers DepartmentH- ELPS HINTS PROBLEMS Prof C D Lewis and Prof E C Seale Editors HARD PROBLEMS By Prof E C Seale Problem No 18 A bare is 45 yards In advance of a hound The hound covers 01 feet ot ground at a leap while the flare covers 41 feet but tho hate takes 4 leap while the hound takes IS In how many loops will tho hound OTortwlce the hare Answer to Problem No 13 A vessel sailing due south and due oast oi altornato days was found aC- tor a certain time to bo 118794 miles south uast of the staring point What distance had it sailed 1 I bJwo my solution on the laws gov erning right angled triangles oseum Ing that the ships course describes j tho base and perpendicular of n series of suoli triangles of which WASHINGTON Continued from Iirst rage nice for the Government to get such a sum of money but the question is whether tho man Is not running a bluff to get the laws Taft Is work Ing for delayed till too late He cer thinly asks delay till his offer can be investigated That would take weeks and meanwhile the danger line would be getting nearer and nearer all tho time It Is a very smooth game any way Tho little tight on Cannon goes nit rily on and the old wardogs friends are now chiefly concerned in getting him out of the way with the least possible damage to his own feel Ings In the first place Senator Cran- and VlcePrcs Sherman went to Can non and told him ho would have t give way on several matters he 13 Interested and let the House consider the bills This the Speaker promised to do tho he hates It Also he was told that he would have to stop his fighting his enemies and be much more peaceful He did not promise to do this Senators are trying to get leg islative work done and there Is more chancy than ever that Important laws will go thru Pres Taft Is In deadly earnest and his threats to use the patronage against tho Insurgents has proved to the rogulars as wet that he will fight hard If they once got him agolng They dont wan to be against him when that tin comes So they have pulled some of his pet measures out ot cold storage and are patting thorn on the way Tricks are seriously suspected as yet but there Is a look of motion that Is pleasing Tho first of the bills to get start ed In tho Senate has been the Post al Savings Dank bill This was put before that august body last Friday and will be discussed while tho Hou is finishing up the first appropria Lions In the meantime In the committee rooms the Interstate Com mercu Bill is getting licked Into A good many amendments are Loin offend mostly with tho consent cf the President but so far the bill Aocs iot seem to have hurt Tho real fight will como later on In the House tlw Ituatlon IB still delicate and 4Prey Taft wants Cannon to hold his rower till he gotd certain bills past the danger joint When that Is over the eaders will begin to take tli4 powP away from tho Speaker Tlu first move will be to increase tho tules Committee from five to nine It Is also pvsslbli that the Commltteo will be elected by the House Insteal of bmg appointed by the Speaker dud n move In this direction hnsu ready been made Thero is Just a chance that the insurgents will force the fight on the rules before the lawaI are safely passed but they are very strongly in favor of those laws and it Is probable that they will be goodiThe teal danger Is still In the er who will not conciliate This activity in the legislative mill- I almost entirely duo to the President He has heard tho reports that C A Co Intend to soil him out and whenever they slow down a lit tle they Rut a juibsage asking what Is till matter Then they get a sug tho ships distance southeast is hypoteueufe Then 1187W times 118794 times 2 equ 2S2SJ02iS7a This equals tho square of the hypo 1 3iiugo plus sum of tho square of the other two sides The square root U iGSOOOOS miles which is the ancwer Would It oliKNge tile condition it the vtttsel In Ita course should cross tho due southeast course J W VanWInklo Mt Vernon Ky No Mr VanWInklo the vessel can crate tho due southeast coureo ninny times OB it wonts without fccUnj the principle of tho result EditorOther correct solutions by T O Mitchell Corbin Ky and Mrs Cyn thin Vlanery Fosby Ky goitmn tto hustling along some I portnnt piece of work So the comr n teo appointed to bury the pet Tilt measures have como to lift and i e thatIheartnga tho cot lilt jcaMS and they delay the game with no more real doslro Ulan bet I to get those Republican prlncipl embodied in law those socalled Keji ablloans are really acting as if they were going to do something What they finally do will depend ton considerable extent on tho President And thtcans are claiming that a man bolts any measure for which the Jorlty of tho party Is In favor loses 0his right to call himself a member of a tho pilrty Tho piston of Republican protariff revision if In fact there havo It been a number ot Republican bolters who have nevertheless kept th good party standing It has always been hold that when a nian to with Ills party publicly and was work Ing for it ho could disagree with a toroColUnghisroad the Insurgents out of tho party otIUchUncle Joes attack on them him done sclamong the oldest members horne ofcents has bean a good deal of newspaper talk based on the opinions of Miss Alice Lloyd and others that the gov eminent had given up Its idea prosecuting the Burley Tobacco cloty Wade II Ellis who Is in char of the matter simply says that Is still being Invostlgntod but that has not been given up yet by n good deal Ita ho 0Congersviile III Letter Congorsvllle III Jan 29 Among tho sick this week are Victoria Rob llaBand Nellie Alexander took dinner with Mrs Lee Kelley Tuesday Ida Turner is the guest of E M Alexander Mrs Lewis Hurnoll and lenDoor Creek last Saturday Lee Kolley and J Phllpot are gone to Randol on buslno Sherman Hurley aulltu thThursdaIrsher sister Mrs B Kindred Thursday evening Among those who attended the Literary Thursday evening from hero wore Mr nad Mra Joe While mi and Lucy Burnell They report the programme excollentIrs Prlsoll Foot and stlAloxanderonnercolrldaArthurreal sick with catarrah fever is some that better at present Mrs Leslie Reel s quite sick Hugh Young is in Car real lock on business todayWe are glad Ho to say the snow is nearly gone Uu has been on for seven w ksphHow to Make a DebatesalTako two parts of wind and twoal1 parts of noise mix thoroughly and debateChlcaDaily = ate Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour I ed Made SUIwhitestOur brands of flour are Cream of Wheat Perfection Pioneer and Fancy Family pn We also make feed and meal lbAndrew= Cleaning and Pressing jbO Ladies rSkirts Gents Overcoats an Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed Ho and Repalre darolegWBack of Fish Bldg Berea Ky there r+raes a PLAN TO DIVIDE UP THE REVENUt- he Would Decrease Deficit in Ge alseral Expenditure FundH BDRNHAM BILL BEFORE SOLO Contest Over the County Unit Exten oleo Measure Watched With Mu KentuckyExamInatlon Salient Points In Governor WI sons Latest Message asBY J H STUART Frankfort IySpeclahTIfi- ght over the county unit extension bill did not end when tho bill was referred to an unfavorable committee In the senate 10 days ago for tlwto friends of tho bill are still full ot en olenhousobyw tothatk lion on tho measure its friends in t moomentlrestating that each momber signing would refuse to advance a single ea ItII ate bill in the house until a vote was taken on the passage directI county unit bill In tho senate Aft r some dozen or more had signed Ite promoters learned that such would lose tho bill sever ali mathmabill now claim that If It comes vote in tie senate n majority vote against It but that can not 6ethe oven till tho vote Is taken thou Is known that the senate Is very evenly divided on the proposition I withrover a e Inci creaso the deficit In the general e xtpcndlture fund In the state treasury Ills measure proposes to divide up the revenue incised wader the CO cents on the 100 tax rate that is now thndpresent division At present tho hool fund gets 26 COMB of the 60 tax tho general expenditure fund gets 1r5 cents the sinking fund 2 and the State university one frsinking fund to 11 costa and to In 1fsay6ea GooTQfit 8 chlldre1ta g the amount to 2411 cents the per cap will still be as much as 4 which thinks Is sufficient and will thatonuo that goes into the general ex is pendlturo fund sufficiently to help pay ort much of the deficit He says i practluncFp that rate at 2 cents since a 1cent rate will bring In enough revenue to meet In 20 years tho 800000 oCI Loads that may be authorized by this co leglslaturoI as nopt a at one time but will gl8 It to in broken doses He sent In an part of his massage Friday the larger part of which is talon up InUdiscussing the tax question Ho in ter dorses the work done by the tax com j ty shssionamendment to tho constitution bo onlarecommends that tho be allowed to collect taxes onl personal property tho county to ing taxes only on tho real estate the county outside the cities Intit county and that tho cities be al It lowed to collect taxes only on thosproperty Inside the city limitsaE says It Is too much of a burden for ttthof property and to pay thoIn taxes on bonds and stocks takes the profit derived from that sortwill property hence people who owntr themselreg0a him o Indorses tho bill which seeks to ereI a state tax commission He recommends that a law he pass tho authorizing the performance of tho Into operation of vnsoctonomy t0shall the bearing of children by In 1fJHois too loosely enforced and recommends that In each case two physicians from a neighboring countyml should examine one accused orr bengHo says Architect Andrews recom monde that 300000 more be approun doeda o tifying tho grounds He says thoro Isrei hurry for some of the things the j hitect recommends but says that ought to bo provided by this give islature for the purposes mention the and ale to pay for some more adjacent to tho capitol oc Ho reminds the legislature that re Is nu use to make appropria Q lions unless some way Is provided to- aysget tho money to pay them Ho e he Is not antagonistic to tho majority apEtutlons f some method to pay th is adopted to notpto remain bipartisan as It It has accomplished a great w- o says the reports show that board has saved SO000 in two years out of the per capita Income which findNS1m lie recommends that the penlt flatter and house of reform be i under the board of control wit cornerchgoverndIIand urges the legislature to npproprl ate 60000 to erect a suitable man slon for his successor near tho new t capitol and that tho present mansion 10and square of ground be turned over purlposesthe highest bidder and that It will bring = 100000 cstlmatsjto soli It would do away stantly recurring schemes for some expensive and unueeose legislaturo I moneyfito orphans tho past two years has created a strong sentiment In favor of having a system by which state banks can naIlooking to this end hero hood IntlO duced and It is likely that one them will be The bill nbyis a banker himself provides for tho sopst0rt a at head of it with an assistant com cagha cored by the bankers generally and as It will coat the state nothing to carry out Its provisions It Is meeting with much favor The increased cost of living In Ube10 vote has Induced the to pass a bill that In a roundabout way Increases the salaries of siren Itto judges from 3000 a year to 1200 a year Tho constitution provides that e salary of any officer can not be j after he has entered upon his duties and as all the circuit judges entered upon their elx ye terms on tho first of this year it eco as though they would bo unable to any Increase fur six years at A bill was Introduced how over providing that regular circuit dges should servo as special judges other districts than their own who court WAS In session In their ow th01Ipaidjany on the regular judges The bill passed e senate by a vote of 20 to 6 and it I almost assured of passage In the house ho members of this legislature seem to be more Philanthropically In cllnod than most legislatures havo been heretofore for they are showing andIon a have over been before Senator Thorn of Bourbon has Introduced three companion bills on this subject and they hove already passed the senate Tho first bill passed Is known as the proIe sentence of the convicted man af the Jury has pronounced him gull find says further that the judge alt not fix a sentence for a shorter porlod than the minimum penalty nor It e longer than the maximum pen The second bill provides for a granty to obeyed the rules and shown Indica ot penitence and reformation and further provides that no convict be paroled who has not served long as the minimum penalty the crime for which he was con and that when ho Is paroled in e agent of the state provided for the law shall secure him ram employment before ho is released be the duty of this agent to of each paroled man and have bought back If ho misbehaves himself Tho third bill which passed tho Wsenate Friday provisos that one of penitentiaries shall bo converted a state reformatory In which bo confined no convict over 30 years of ago and no man who has convicted more than onco even ho Is under 30 Those three coon Thpectedin prison conditions as they along tho lines of laws that havo en successfully operated In a num of other stoles The state agent this law will also be look otter tho children who are r leased on parole from tho schools at LexingtonkeeotherGovernor and Mrs Willson their first public reception 1 members of the legislature on Any Tuesday evening rob 8 from F to It or lock and the legislators are a1i free on wearI I In Bad Fix omI had a mishap at the age of 41 which left me in bad I fix writes Georgia Ga I was unconscIous for titter days and oiler that I would have dizziness nervousness sick feelingsrho of no so ito Cardui Since taking Cardui I am so much better and can dons all my housework putCARDUIThe Womans Tonic Do hot allow yourself to get into a bad fix You might Iget in so bad you would find it hard to get out Better take Cardtii while there is time while you are strcngthgjn this way your troubles whatever they arc will grad wally grow smaller Instead of largeryou will De on the upgrade Instead of the down and by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health ryGet a bottle at your druggists today nRr FtD NOTICE Washington D C boJanuary S8 1910 The Postmaster Sir In view of the oxtont to which the praetie of placing loose coins growedn of mall and Uio hardship 1m IKMed on rural carriers Incident thoro to you are Informed that commencing February 1C 1010 rural lottw rriers will not bo required to col loot tense coma from rural mail box 08 IMrons should enclose coins in an enol llO wrap them securely In a pines of paper or deposit them In a coin holding receptacle so they can rarity and quickly taken from boxes and carriers will be required l ft miofa coins and where ao- eoniMnl d by mall for dtepatoh attach o the requisite stamps J V DeGraw Fourth AMiatant Postmaster General 0rNEWS OF THE WEEK CoBllHHtvl from rlrN tlgc MINK STRIKE THUKAT As us PUBLICn LAND SALE heirsIAs agent for the White will sell to the highest and best bidder on the premises 5 mites south of Richmond and onefourth mile from Caleast on the Silver Creek and Menelaus turnpike on THURSDAY I February 10 1910 10 oclock a m 73 810 ACRES of LAND owned by the late Wm H White This land is all in blue grass and has not been plowed for 25 years is fine tobacco and hemp land has good tenant house well water ofiWJames B White James C C Coy ynTERMS Onethird cash one third in twelve months onethird two years with lien retrined on land at 6 per cent interest until PossesP JOHN D WHITE Agt P PREWITT Auct H RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED DClerksployees up to 2500 annuallyI Uncle Sam will hold spring ex countryfuse pers Departmental Clerks and Qnvornmctnt Positions Thou e inoII man or woman over 18 In City Country can got Instruction and Information by writing at once aI ual tiic coal miners are threatonlng to strike soon unices thpy got nn In crease of wager They do this ovary Year but Uiero hoi broil no strike dace the nwnnl by the IlooaovoU ConuitMlan In 1001 Probably n strike will coma wine time and this may be ttre flint but Uio throat havo boon A blufl te tact six times TO KILLBD SovontyBlno men were Killed and several Injured by a twrlfte explosion In a coal mine Iti Colorado on Monday RESOLUTIONS The dentil of Coinrndofl Thomas Ulamufl Alexander Ulanton find Jore mlah Spark was reported to tho IKWt whereupon Comrade LoVaat Dodgo wan authorized to draft resole tlon ot t ofpoet and regard to bo In Mttwi In Uie proceedlnga of this moot Ins They we as tallow Wliwnu Ito death angol bag r0 morel from this world Miroo of the eoninule who joined ttta post at meeting kohl In Jackson County Thotpfts Utantan Alexander lllanton nod Jeremiah Spark He jlvod that we doploro the loss of three ooinmde as faithful oldtor good ciUMUte nod teen of high char actor Resolved that In bring eaUed up on M often to iwrt with tho sent rade whom we love and BiniHithtie with their afftleted fcuiilllue we aro reuiliKlod that the time le short for ut ttdo the work In tho oaten of itriotl m which It la our privilege doj it wo furnish n copy of these resolutions to The CHIzen with the requert that they be pub IlehndaDodgoICommittee CO YEARS 14 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS Cnevnrtua be AfindApertninnnayI mdeatpalIrecclir Scientific JInicilcaii frculaUunM tlutJ6rallneaalattrUNN nrancb Umea t 6 8LWuhlaaton lc WLDOUGUS 33gJ4SHOESBDYS5HDES 200Z EXPEIIICNCE THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W L Douglas ihoei for the six year and always find they are far superior to all other high erode shoes In style comfort and durnblllty W O JONES 110 Howard Ave Ullca N Y If I could take you into my large fac tories at Brockton Mass and show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would realize why they hold their shape lit better went longer and are of greater value than any other make A IITI OVS that W I Pongliu name sort price uanipat on the bottom i NIII IIIMIC 1C dwilf r cAimM fli yeswith I WUUoufflMiIiofS IYLUoualuArxttoabtua COYLESM- ain Street Berea Ky t 1 r COYLESYOU PAY LESS OR GET MORE BEREA KENTUCKY Annual Mid Winter Clearance Sale Clearing of Mens Suits 1800 Suits for 1350 1500II II 1100 1200II II 850 1000II 650 750u II 400 Overcoats Overcoats 1200II of Ladies Shoes It doesnt pay to buy cheap shoes we have always guarded against putting them in Thats why our shoe department is so popular We have fifty pairs of the Ameri can Girl shoes in the 250 300 and 350 grades Your choice of these goods for 200 per pair while they last a I Sale begins January Closes February 5 1910 oaoaoeoaoaoeoaoeoeoaow 4000O000000000O05 I Berea Vicinity I eoGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 o aoooooooooe oeoooooooeoooooooeo BEST 1 DENTIST CITY rtlONK 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L S N TIME TAmE North Bound Local Knoxvlllo 630 a m 1100 p in B1I11UA 129 p m 367 a m Cincinnati C10 p m 746 a m South Hound Local Cincinnati 640 a m 826 p m UIIUBA 1109 a m 1229 p in Knoxville 700 p m GIGO a m Bxpresa Trains Stop to let off and take on passen gore from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond r South Hound Cincinnati 815 a m DKHliA 1144 a m North Bound BBKEA 466 p m Cincinnati 835 p m Those two trains will now carry thru Bleopers from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the I II R at Clnolnratl BO that Derca pas sengers tor may go thru without changing MlM Sarah Ely of Richmond who a few days homo folks hero In town returned Monday M A Logsdon of Panola was 111 town Saturday MIll Frances Hatflold spent Satur day und Sunday with her friends Air mud Mns Will Parks of Kings ton ValleyoMr Sopor of tho firm ot Stanlfer and Hoper ot Richmond was visiting here last week at the homo of his sister Mrs E B Wallace The rooms In tho boys worn thrown open Saturday nfornoon to Uin Inspection of tho ladles of the roculty and their girl friends also limo boys proved themselves very delightful hosts l Miss Hazel Blazer of Greenfield l Ohio Is making an extended visit with Mr and Mrs Coddington of tide place Rev 0 Rolfo Combs of Winches tel has been In town for several days of this wok p Mr Curtis Coylo a brother of Isaac Coylo was visiting with relatives In last week Mr Samuel Isaacs of Valley View wasxthC guest of his daughter Mrs J K Baker for a part of last week Mrs Early has changed her head quarters and will continue business with a larger stock of goods In the old pest office building which has boon remodeled Best quality yard wide gingham 123 c Best quality 27 inch gingham lOc Best line outing flannel lOc Best quality all silk taffita ribbon 4 in wide ISc And the best 5 and lOc line anywhere at iNew Stand at former P O Building of Mens 1500 and Rain Coats 1100 II rr n 1000 1000 II II U II 700 U II II 400 and stock I o 0o o o Chicago pout with dormitories Bert town n Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW J1 CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down Stairs Boone Tavern S R SEALE Prop MIl Sarah Stewart of Klrksvlllo WM vlftUlng with friondi hero the tint of the week The member ot the Baptist clmroh held a business meeting In their church last Saturday afternoon Mr Dr Davis with lion two chil dron and Dose NuUlo Oldlmm loft teat Thursday for Lakoland Florida wkorO they expect to remain tho- r of the winter THis GROUND HOG SAYSWiq ter lint halt over yet You will need more coal Send your order to Holll day and Co for the best there Is at the cheapest prices Mr Voodlo ono of tho nurses has Gone to her homo to bring to Doroa hor little son fns Sarah Stuart a graduate of the Borer4 General Hospital Is assisting at tie hospital during tho rush sea sonMr S 0 Williams has been stay ing ui Houno Tavern for several days selecting agents from tho students for billing a pictorial Bible J It Collier of Knoxvlllo Tonn u Batsman well known In Borca was In town several days last week Mi 12 O Warnacutt ot Barbon Ind Is vitltlng relatives Mr Fayetto Vaughn and family Iron UENTr Partly furnished house and lot of five acres two acres suitable for tobacco Posscoslon at once Z M Boon Kingston Ky Deputy Sheriff W A Johnson ar reotcd lout Thursday at Maydo Chas Allen of Laurel County and lodged him in tho jail at London Ho reports that Allen Is wanted on five Indictments charging of n religious service carrying a concealed uuapon shooting on tho highway flourishing a pistol and breach of tho peace Frlendo of Mr Burlolgh E Car moll for five years assistant Treas urer of Berea College will bo pleased to know that ho has recently been promoted to bo treasurer of tho Ohio Wofloyan University from which ho was Graduated shortly before his coming to Boron County O P Jackson and Mica Lilt Kindred his stenographer visited friends and relatives in Boron and Iclnlty Saturday and Sunday MRS EARLYS I of Ladies Coats 1200 Coats for 800 1000II II 650 800II II 500 Also have about 3 dozen Ladies 1000 Coats carried from last season Your choice of these for 400 each of Mens 300 400 and 500 Shoes 300 Shoes 250 400II 300 500II 350 27 and I and DR Clearing 750II Clearing disturbance Attornoy Clearing Clearing Book BargainsT- HIS WEEK ONLY Popular Copyrights 39c The Latest Copyrights 98c Try a pound box of BARRS SATURDAY CANDY Price every Saturday 29c Other days 40c 7 THE PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATEDBerea Mr W II Porter Is spending a few days with his fancily In thp South Miss Hose McFerron a well known ttidoi t of former years Is principal ot H graded school in Oklahoma My health having failed mo In the wrest I have returned to Boron I am now ready for blacksmith and carriage work In my old stand on Center street Your trade is always ollcted and will bo appreciatedJ Mm Laura Sopor who has many friends and relatives in Boron and turnout tills part of Madison County and Mr Benjamin Adams also a former resident of Madison but now of Missouri wore quietly married last Thursday at tho homo of Mr and Mrs h B Wallace Mrs Wallace Is a slater of tho bride Dr Thomson ot ficated They loft at once for their future homo in Missouri 08oeoeoeoeoooeoeoeoeoeco 0 i College Items i o 0 a HERE AND THERE o 0- J0oeooeoeoeoeoe08000 Tho basket ball game between tho White and Blues Saturday afternoon tho first of a series of three games resulted In a score of 10 to 7 In favor of tho Whites Tho game was well I played except that there wore a good many fouls The oyster steV which Is an annual feature In tho famous Alpha Zeta good times was held Saturday night In tho Gymnasium Nearly a hundred members guests and alumni wero present and the occasion was voted The Most Shoes in Americar JtnWcan numJSHOE a1 MAIN STREET HOLLIDAY CS CO DEALERS IN High Grade Domestic Coal Ice and Feed BEST COALLOWEST PRICESPROMPT DELIVERY Phone 169 Day Phone 71 Night ono ot tho most successful over bold The stew which Included fresh celery coffee and doughnuts was served after an evenings entertainment which was enjoyed by all and following It a number of members of the faculty and others Inflicted their old jokes on the assembled company Theso were politely but firmly received but broke up the company Don Barlow a student of last year Is working In a rubber factory In Ak ron Ohio Mr Taylor has now in his rooms at Boons Tavern his sweet toned Liszt organ sent from his old home at Wynuote Pa Geo Dozarth a well known former student was married Jan 19 to Miss Elizabeth II Langham Tholr home will be at Wading River X J E M D Brackor former superin tendent ot the College garden visited friends here last week Miss Nellie Coo a lost year student Is teaching In the Normal Industrial Institute at Joppa Ala Miss Elizabeth Byron a student in 190G Is working In a millinery store In North Baltimore Ohio W D Sprague an old student and A Z man whom many will remember Is attending an agricultural school at Trenton Mo He expects to finish his fourso of study soon and return to his homo in South Charleston O Howard Clark class of OS Is attending Stanford University James Young class of07 Is also them Friends of Mrs Yocum Interested to know that her addressI is 135 South Tenth Street San Jose California ALPHA ZETA STATEMENT Society Boys Fear Citizens Remarks About Attitude are Given Interpre tation Not Justified by Facts ro the editor of The Citizen In the arUltclo which appeared n The Citizen a couple of weeks are describing thy recent debate was a roterente to A Z which has been understood by many as censuring the attitude of the entire society toward tho mouiialn boys In order to relieve the minds of any who so understood this remark of the mistaken Idea I have taken the liberty by tho au thority of Alpha Zeta to give tho so cietys attitude toward all honorable and upright students Alpha Zeta Is and has been the horn of the mountain boy just as much as that of the Blue Grass boy or the northern boy Each finds hearty welcome In A Z and p slncorp friendship that sticks to him as long as life lasts And whtn I look hack over the stars so 10 speak who have graced our halls iphld oir reputation and written t Zs name in the list of uptodate and energetic societies I see mountain boys In the foremost ranks For years the mountain boys controlled tho society but for some cause or other quite a number of northern boys got In and for a period of two years It was practically controlled by them Most of the boys worked hard for f 0 RHODUS C HAYESThe Quality Store I GO TO WJ Tatums FOR Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky all the members they could get but there were a few who did not spend much effort to get tho boys that they thought wore Inexperienced Andso they started a rotation of tho officers and positions among themselves This got out and the editor of The Citizen with others who are old A Z men did not like it a bit and so they stung tho society properly The bocety as a whole went to work and put tho clique out of business and It has been clean ever since- I am a Kentuckian and proud of the state of my nativity and have been a member of Alpha Zota our years and I will say that there Is not a room in Berea College which stands open wider or extends more hospitable hands to the mountain boys than A Z hall Facts speak louder than words Within the last two weeks wo have taken Into our midst six boys four of whom are from Kentucky two from Madison County ono from Floyd and one from Ows leyAnd to all mountain boys I want to snytr any ono tells you that A Z does not want you you Just re for him to our roll book ahd ask him why those names of Kentuckys best beloved are written there and then you come up to the A Z room some Friday night and see if you over found a warmer welcome any where The slogan that Kentucky boys are not wanted in A Z has become an empty sound and will soon cease to be a battle cry Thanking the editor of The Citizen for this space I remain respectfully yours Marshall Vaughn I President of Alpha Zeta Society SETTLE GETS NEW TRIAL G W Settle who was given a sen tence of ten years In the enltontlary by the Madison Circuit Court on the charge of detaining a woman against her will has been given a new trial by tho Court of Appeals Tho higher court says his trial should havo been continued by reason of absent wit messes Good Sentiment Its a whole lot better to be sorry bo fore you do it than after you get caught John A lowland tHESE SHOES are noted for their Style Fit and Wear The very best styles from the world of fashions are to be found in these Shoes The remarkable fitting qualities are due to lasts that are built to follow the naturally graceful lines of the foot The wearing qualities are due to the use of the best leather and workmanship The enormous purchasing power and economy of operation of the largest manufacturers of shoes in the world make it possible to sell such good shoes at popular prices We carry a large line of Amer ican Lady and American Gentle man Shoes in many styles shapes sizes and leathers Come in and let us fit you and you will learn what REAL SHOE SATISFACTION is- Respectfully EREAKy1 The Citizen A family newspaper for alt that Is right true and Interesting Published every Thursday at Beret Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos PAYAD1K IN ADVANCK One Year fieo Six Month fo Three Months 3S yOnltnt Matapi The dale after our name on label ahowslo whatdaeyoursubscription Ipetd If II la not changed within three week after renewal notify us MlulnR number wilt be gladly supplied Ifwjare notified Fine premlumi cheap with now snbwrtrtlom and prompt renewals Send for ITeinlum List Liberal terms given to any who obtain new lubscrtption for in Any one eudiii UO four CitizenfreIorhlntselfe Ailvmi iug tatea on application UFUIIKR or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION anxious to cscnpo the moving picturescan find refuge In the seum at Rome Youre not allowe- to see um there That was indeed a grave offense for which a Chinese viceroy has ben posed misconducting the funeral o the dowager empress A Lake Erie freighter with a cargo of flaxseed has foundered Many Buffalonian with a boll on hU nec Iwlll await relief in vain A Yale alumnus offers 100000 for an adequate remedy for tuberculosis While appreciating his generosity f would be cheap at the price t i The gold production of this coun itry just about equals tho candy output Unlike almost everything else candy Ita never subject to overproduction Here Is a problem pleasanter to work on than the twice zero enlg na How long does it take a cake of butter to melt between two hot buck wheat cakes- Dorbtieas manymarried man will clip out and take home a Chicago judges ruling that a wife has no real right to warm her cold feet on her husbands back A woman In Milwaukee was operat ed on to remove a sponge left In her body by a careless surgeon The first operation was evidently one of an ab- sorbIng nature According to the Charleston News and Courier a man Is at his best at 33 Undoubtedly he Is only some men are 33 at 21 others not until they are 60 and some men never are 33 Government scientists are planning to rob the unripe persimmon of Its astringent qualities Doubtless they will next try to make a palatable breakfast food out of wild oats A divorce play which had created a sensation In Paris was a flat failureI ln New York It was too much like putting on a play with the ofIan ordinary meal as the main themeI Turkeybanmust not appear unveiled in the Evidentlythingsbackward again A big batch of members of the toleavethem have been expelled from coun tries where they have been carrying fen operations and are represented to fieldhereduly warned the immigration officials are keeping a sharp lookout and should the Black Handers arrive they will get anything but the glad hand Those melancholy days have cometin some respects the saddest year when the English tailor reaches out yearningly to make the American man There are already plates In the papers of the threatened British a styles Condescendingly we are told that Americans are really though gradually learning how to dress An approach to tho feminine wasp waist la suggested In the London design asCJa step further In the right waydThe world is full of men who would help others in a charitable or rely gious way but do not know Low to go nbou it They are willing to give their money If they knew the actual need or to lend a hand it the object of theIr care would be really benefited In lieu of a definite call to duty In which one may have absolute conlldenceIthere Is a suggestion to which Is that a manly upright hopea fu righteous life is Itself a powerful promoter of good In a community Although it is well known that oysters are planted it seems funny that tt is the department of agriculture thatcto Inspect all tho oyster beds and the stations from which the bivalves artashipped The yearly output of oystersbon the Atlantic coast Is nearly 20000000 A very great part of the trade being interstate tho traf tic becomes subject to federal regula tion and inspection We may expect to see the oyster swell with pride and become more cleanly than ever in his person and surroundings as a special ward of Uncle Sam HUNDREDS ARE LOST AWFUL LOSS OF LIFE REPORTED IN DELUGE THAT SWEEPS OVER FRANCE DAMAGE IS OVER 200000000 Situation Is One of Gravest Danger Heart of Paris Rests on Shell Through Which Waters Rush In Subterranean Passages ParlBAt midnight Wednesday tho Seine river continued to rise rap- Idly pouring Its turbid waters over tho submerged quays and Into the streets and Parts confronted a steno tlon that has grown beyond the con fines of civic disaster and ia now nu international calamity The labyrinths of underground Paris aro now rushing subterranean rivers and the heart of tho city rests upon a shell of earth which Is being attacked from below as well as from above The situation is ono of the gravest danger and Paris waits In dread for tho crash which may toll her that her ancient landmarks have collapsedThe is estimated at 200000 000 Hundreds of lives have been lost in the provinces 30000 people are alreadyIpeared among the refugees at Ivry Paris Is practically cut off from the outside world The railroad tracke wiresrcollapsed and the only means of com munication Is furnished by the sailors who go about the flooded streets receivingkferers and their effects A great army of police firemen and soldier working desperately under ono co nppoaranta CEoe which will not be turned back Quays are collapsing every hour yawning chasms appear In the streets sidewalks drop out of sight water from the underground passages Is un dermlning the foundations of several of the great public buildings It bat even found Its way into the subwa tube As a last resort soldiers and policemen are endeavoring to cement walls to keep the waters alrho the Seine out of tho streets The foreign office has been aba doned as unsafe The Hotel Palalf DOrsay is cut off by a great of water and its lower floors are floo cd Six square miles of tho Bois dc Boulogno are under water the Palais Bourbon is flooded and all the historic monuments which lie along either side of the river are threatened wit destruction All tho bridges across the Seine are in grave danger as tit Vriftwood In vast accumulations 1 backed up against their piers Shoui- one of tho bridges go down the eras would carry all below It Troops from all parts of the coun try have been summoned to Paris and to mako it still worse refugees fro the flooded towns up the Seine straggling into Paris by thousands adding to the great burden which It already making Itself feltbWith the failure ef tric lighting plants the city faces an famine Scores of oil barges from Rouen are tied up In tho Selno wl hope of reaching the flooded ca- pItal and the great oil warehouses in the outskirts of the city aro underwater and In danger of being swept awayThe snow which fell nearly all day- long ceased at nightfall but the river still continues to rise an met every hour and from the reports received from surrounding country the authorities see no pope that the rivet will recede soon RECEIVES A 580000 FEE John Hays Hammond Negotiates Saletof hThanDenver Col John Hays name mond the noted mining engineerinthe highest salaried man In has received a 680000 fee for negotiating tho solo of the San Gertrude th mine In Mexico to the Camp Bir Limited for something over 7000 This information was obtained from local firm Interested In the transaction Former Gov Charles S Thomas of Colorado Is now In Mexico com pitting the transfer of the property Mr Thomas will be given a fee ol 100000 for his work as legal adviser the company In connection with the eal Gov Deneen Answers Critics Springfield IllGov Deneen In especial message to the legislature Wednesday answers tho critics of the deep waterway project An Important change in plans is proposed whereby tho state executive figures that 2600 will be saved to tho taxpayers 3 governor estimates that it will be to construct a ninefoot instead of ono 14 feet from Dresden Heights to Utica for New State Move Grows Medford Ore Agitation for the of a new state to be called Slsktyou out of northern California southern Oregon has reached uch a stage that a convention has for een called to meet at Yreka Cal on March 15 Gas Kills Two Chicago Two men were killed DJ gas Wednesday and five who attempt WtheguWashington r rGROWING SCMEi MTAFT PUTS STOP TO RUMORS WILL NOT ATTACK CORPORATIONS INDISCRIMINATELY After Talk with James J Hill Pres dent Puts Quietus on Sensational Market Stories Washington Concerning his rOo ported crusade against corporations President Taft Tuesday made public following statement No statement was Issued either 0ar e purpose of tho administration with litd2 ns ae I forth In the message of the president nt January 7 1910 Sensational statements as It there abant industries have no foundation odmlDletrallodn o messagebstatement was Issued after the president had talked with James J Hill railway magnate and had re ceived information that prices were theepublishedsYorkReports of the govern antitrust program and the elief that the government would win the decisions expected in the Ameri can Tobacco and Standard 011 cases before the supremo court caused a brokpe caused great disorder In trading NAVY BOYCOTTS BIG TRUS Department Purchases Its Plug Tobacco from an Independent Virginia Concern Washington The navy department emphasized the fight of the government against the tobacco trust by making Its purchase of plug tobacco from the Booker Company of Lynch burg Va a concern not affiliated with he tobacco trust Tho contract made the navy department with the In dependent concern was for 30000 pounds at 361E cents per pound- It was stated that oven If the trust order to make the point had put In bids less than 35 cents per pound j government would not have dealt with It- HEINZE GAINS ONE POINT Former Copper King Wins In His Battle to Stop Further De lay In Trial New York F Augustus Helnze lost ono point and gained an other In connection With the pend Ing charges against him for alleged misapplication of bank funds Judge Hough In the United States circuit court denied tho application of the former copper king for an order enjoining the government from secur ing further Indictments on the charge following the recent quashing of one f tho indictments previously found The court then decided that Helnze nust be brought to trial on the two ndlctments still pending Tho date the trial was sot for March 3 Jumps 503 Feet to Death Spring Valley IIILolls Brazettl aged 50 an Italian miner committed suicide Wednesday by leaping into the shaft of No3 mine where ho worked over twenty years Ills body struck tho bottom of tho shaft 603 a feet below and was mashed to pulp Shotgun Kills Wife Ann Arbor Mrs Henry Depew wife of a wealthy farmer was killed by the discharge of a shot which sho accidentally knocked ainst a churn 1 BANKER ROBBED OF 23000 Two Women Are Held on 30000 Bond Charged with Holding Up New York Financier INew York Warner M Van Nordon president of the Van Norden Trust Company was held up and robbed ol 2S000 as he was leaving the Waldorf Astoria With the arraignment of Resale Roberts atlas Kitty Dowdoll of Chicago and Annie Williams alias Chicago Maggie Monday came the story of politeness that cost Mr Van Nor don his pocketbook Mr Van Nordon loft the hotel and was about to enter his auto when ho saw two women walking along I It avenue Ono of tho women droppe- a pocketbook and Mr Van Norden poIlltely picked It up and returned It tn tho loser There was n profusion thanks and bows and one of the worn en fainted suddenly and leaned on Mr Van Nordens shoulder Tho woman revived and the banker went homo In his machine Tho 28000 was JoneIwhen he reached there The women have been hold In 30I000 ball for further questioning MUST SETTLE FOR HER FUR Court Rules Divorced Wife of Howard Gould Must Pay Bill for 3165INew York Katherlne Clemmons Gould will have to pay 3165C for the furs and millinery sheIpurchased from one firm although she claimed the purchases wore made be CouldTjury found a verdict against Mrs Gould for the entire amount claimed with Interest Mrs Gould receives 26000 alimony a year from Howard GouldcBANK OFFICIALS RELEASED u Stensland and Hering President andtCashier of Wrecked Chicago Bank Leave Joliet Prison Joliet 111 Paul O Stonsland convicted president of the defunct Milwaukee Avenue State bank ofII Chicago and Henry W Herlng hisI cashier wero released from the pent tcntlary hereCThey left the prison In company ofa friends and at once took a train for Chicago Stensland appeared to be In feeble health while Herlng was In the best of condition Both men were paroled to Chicago business men Twentieth Century Is Wrecked Utica N YThu engine of tho New York Central Twentieth Century lira Ited the 18 hour train from Chicago to Now York was overturned a quares ter of a mile west of St Johnsvlllo Tuesday It slid 300 feet before it of stopped Under the engine pits Fireman Handvlllo of Syracuse was crushed beyond recognition Tho en glneer John Scanlon of Fort Hunter attempted to leap when the engine left the rails but was caught between v the engine tender and cut and crushed In a terrible manner Most of the passengers wre thrown from their berths and some were slightly injured Coasters Dead and Injured Joliet 111 Lawrence Budjtnskl died Tuesday from Injuries received In a smashup while coasting Four others wero seriously and seven slightly in jured Dudjlnskl steered his bob Into telegraph polo In order to avoid a vehicle High School Teaches Shooting Montclur N JA rifle range nas of been added to the physical training equipment of the Montclalr high school NInetyflvo boys have beoen enrolled in a clan la marksrranshp arsa0a asp aar r MEAT STRIKE HURTS FARMER BEEF TRUST NOT SUFFERING FROM FOOD BOYCOTT DIg Corporation Buys Live Stock at Lower Prices Sells Product at Usual Figures Omaha NobTho nntl meat strike nml boycott Is hurting tho west eren fnrmor Instead of the boof trust and Initond of the great corpor anon suffering from tho agitation for lower i rlcos It Is actually mnklns money out of tho rage of thu people by purchasing Its Ilvo stock at lower prices than formerly and by selling at the same prlcos as usual or at most a only a slight reduction Tho came conditions proval In the butter mar ket which Is controlled by the pack ors and In which tho reduction 1 prices Is saddled onto the farmer the big beef trust demanding its usual profits despite tho decline In prices At the South Omaha Block yards cattle sheep and hogs are bringing lees money titan they did ten days ago but the wholesale prlco of fresh moat has not changed Chicago lu one of tho most remarkable charges over delivered to a federal jury Judge None saw M handle formally starter the probe that Is to bo made Into the alleged combination among the big Chicago packing concerns In restraint of trade Kxcorlntlns the department of jus tice at Washington In slullng tan guage and referring to certain of It members as governmental function aries Judge Landls deplored In forceful manner the forecast published re cently In the newspapers concerning the plans of federal officials once more to place the beef trust under legal fire arid seek the conviction of those believed responsible fur the combine that Is said to exist Such disclosures on the part of fed eral legal officials and Ibo press ho asserted not only tended to obstruct the orderly administration of justice but also inflicted a wrong upon any In dividual whoso conduct was under scrutiny A profound stir was created In the courtroom when Judge LAndis In formed the members of the grand jury that bo reached tho dotormlnn tlon some time ago to call the atton lion of that body to alleged clrcum stances and conditions connected with the fresh meat Industry The calling of Secretary Snow of the National Packing Company ns tho first witness of the grand jury Inquiry rented consternation among those eond1 come to naught subpoenaedtmany of the companys books that throe toys were needed to entry them convinced those In touch with at fairs that District Attorney Sims Is earnest SOCIETY OF THE BANANA DevelopedSPrisoners ToledoThat there was nn or ganization known as tho Society of Banana with rules and regulations prescribing horrible penalties for dls obedience of its mandates was shown n the federal court during tbo Black Hand trial Most of the session was taken up with the reading of documentary evl deuce to the jury Included In the mass of documents were Black Hand letters to pros pectlvo vIctlmH receipts for money ox letters telegrams and other communications between tho mon whore now on trial Many of the letters demand various sums ranging from 8600 to 10000 penalty of death If the demands not complied with Among the Important documents ad mated Is n book found In Joe Limas safe Marion In which are tho rules regulations of the Society of the together with a list of the members for central Ohio This list In the names of all the defendants a number of others PRIMARY BILL IS PASSED Dalley Measure with Blanket Ballot Plan Goes Through Senate by Vote of 28 to 13 Springfield 1I1Dy a vote of 28 to 13 tho state senate Tuesday passed the Dalloy primary bill with tho Gib blanket ballot amendmentIIn tire debate passage tho Dalloy bill the Gibson amendment providing for tho blanket bal lot was the chief topicIThe passage of tho measuro wasI marked by considerable discussion and there was much explaining 01I oteslTwentysix votes were needed to pass the bill In the senate On tho first toll call and before the absentees wero called 26 votes wero recorded in tho yea column Woman Shoots Intruder Zanesvlllo O Frightened by the presence of a strange man in her kitchen Mrs Andrew Roy wife of a miner Wednesday shot him twice 111Iw111 die The man had about tho neighborhood for days Plan American Hospital In TurkeyJ Washington The Arabic missIont tbo Reformed Church of America has secured permission to erect a hospital at Baasorah near the Per tlrls o- 1k r OaIV HARM CIGARETTE WILL DO Curse of Boys Body Mind and Soul Bane of Society and Enemy of True Manhood Below we Rive the young man who Is dreaming about tho things ho Ilf going to do while he puffs away at his cigarette n few pointers that hot may laugh over while he talks about cranks church members socalled good cltlieu and badness men who refuse to employ bright young man- n who smoke cigarettes Thoro Is no longer any question about what H little cigarette will do this tins long since been tested by tho best physicians In the country We do not print theee pointers to sears young men says Garnet law Journal We simply glue tho east The cigarette It Is full of deadly potion It masters your will power It dwarfs and enfeebles the brain It dulls the senses deadens con science It depraves and makes unnatural up rctlto It produces n large par cent of heart disease It impairs digestion causing dyfpep WIlia and other diseases It ruins the teepee and makes latvictims unreasonable t It Incline its victim to tIle use ot alcoholic stimulant It potions the breath and makes one repellent to oUrs It Incapacitate n young man for any responsible position It la a waste of money and unfits one for the rushing of moro It Introduces one Into anti Idenll fibs one with tho society of tho Indo lent and the visions It joins hands with Impure liters ture liquor morphine and other hab its It cuts tho life short of thousands of boys destined to long and useful life It makes boys become dishonest untruthful Impure and criminal Injtheir lives It makes sneaks and cowards of boys who loarn to smoke them In hi I ding It makes lawbreaker for In almost every state It Is against the law sell to minors torIt keeps many a boy and young from getting a position in the business world It Interferes with the successful prosecution of ones studies as school statistics show It has prevented ts of thousands of boys from becoming Christians and landed them In perdition It Is In short the curse of tho boys body mind ami soul the bane of society and the enemy of all true manhood WILL PROHIBITS LIQUOR SALE Remarkable Provisions In Last Tests ment of Englishman to Curtail Sale of Intoxicants Remarkable provisions designed to prevent the sale of Intoxicating liquors on his estates arc contained in tho will of Col Richard Pllklngton C B of Ralnford Hall St talons formerly M P for Southwest Lancashire Col Pllklngton was head of Messrs Pllklngton Bros Ltd plateglass man ufacturers and colliery proprietors whoso works employ over 10000 hands Tho notable clause In tho will which was recently proved reads as follows My experience acquired as a large employer of labor and as a justice of tho peace and my observance of what Is hourly taking place have convinced me that tho present facilities for the salo of Intoxicating liquors operate to tho prejudice both morally and mate l 16nUyto be curtailedbAs I desire to give practical effect to my conviction I direct that any sale of my real estate to any purchas er being ono of my sons or any other person shall bo subject to tbo follow- Ing conditionThat son or other purchaser his heirs and assigns chall not dur ing tho period mentioned so far as It I may bo In his or their power to pro vent tho same allow any present or future building structure or erection erected or set upon any part of my real estate to be used for the sale tor consumption on or off the premises of any ale porter beer wine spirits or other Intoxicating liquors or for the I purpose of receiving orders for the thereof or knowingly let or lease part of such real estate for the purpose of being used for any such purposeThis condition was fixed to last for 21 years after the dcccaso of the long est Ilved survivor of her lato majesty Queen Victoria and the testator stat theformBeer and Spirit Drinkers thatbeerspll4ItIntoxicated they suffer fully as prematurodeathspirits says N S Davis M D stutrthat r l 1 1 TO TEACH YOUTH TILLING OF SOILI- F HOUSE ACTS FAVORABLY ELE MENTARY AGRICULTURE WILL DE TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS SENATES ACTION IS UNANIMOUS Dill Provides Study of Agriculture Shall Become Part of Public School CurriculumTeachers Will Ge Re quired to Stand Test In This Branch Frankfort Ky Klemnotnry agricul him will be taught lu Uio public schools of Kentucky and this state will soon take Its position tut a loader among the agricultural states In the union If the Wyatt elementary agri cultural school bill which passed the aerate unanimously twos as well In tho Iiouso during this session Senator Wyatt of Logan county tho author of the bill was so ho re that he could not explain the brief provisions of the bill and ho willed upon Senator Claude lIuttISenator Thonws stated Uiat the bill provided that a course of Instruction a be given In Uio public schools of this commonwealth to embrace tho subject of Ute clement of agriculture and that this branch shall become a part I of the public school curriculum and be taught as thoroughly as nay other subject After 1911 all teachers In the public schools wlU he required to stand an examination In tie branch Tho cost of tho extra help during this Hoeslon of the gcnral assembly was estimated when Senator D M Arnett of Nlcholasvlllo presented to the senate a joint resolution appro prlatlng 8200 to bo used for that pur poso President Pro Tom Linn introduced a bill In tho senate providing for an appropriation of JICOOO for Ute establishment of n private sanitarium for the treatment of tuberculosis Senator IJ M Aniett who Is chairman of the committee on banks and banking Introduced a bill providing for bank examiners and n commissionj er and deputy commissioner Tho commissioners salary Is fixed nt I SlirOO Uio deputy commissioners at 1000 and the examiners at 2000 for Kidnapers rDeaththe kidnaping of little of Ixwlsvlllo tho Ken tucky senate passed a measure amend ing the law on kidnaping so as to pro vide Uio penalty of death or lIt Im t prisonment at the discretion of the Jury Representative Brooks reported that the committee on constitutional amendments two acted favorably on House Resolution No4 calling upon the national congress to pasa the six teenth nmondment to the constitution providing for an Ipcomo tax This resolution was put upon Its passage and was adopted by a majority of 07 to 7 Bitter Feeling Displayed For the first time during the session of tho house bitter partisan feeling cropped out In the speeches far and against the majority and minority ro ports In tho contest between H C Hill Democrat and J II Evans Re publican Tho district Is composed of I ee MnKoffln and IJreahltt counties Thn committee decided that R C Hill Democrat was duly elected In place of J 1t Evans The notion of the leg Islativo ccaimlttco in Its majority report and of the Democratic house in unseating tho Republican contcstee Is n direct slap nt tho use of the state militia In elections Reformatory Dill Passed Under tho provisions of an act pass ed by tho Kentucky senate the board of prison commissioners are given the power to convert one of the peniten tiaries of Kentucky Into a Iontucky t state reformatory In which shall be V incarcerated all convicts 30 years of ago and under oxcept habitual crim inals and those guilty of atrocious crimes or bad conduct This bill Is known ns the Thomas state reforma tory bill and Is fathered by Senator Claude Thomas of Paris Tho board of penitentiary commissioners is also empowered under this act to train iach convict In Uio reformatory In tho I common branches of tho English lan gunge also In some trade Industry or handicraft and to placo to the credit of each prisoner such amounts of tho average per capita earnings of tho Inmates The senate passed a bill to enable the city of Louisville to construct a I public tOIIpJtnl- Senato Hill No 24 providing that regular circuit judges shall act as spe cial judges In other districts and shall be paid 1200 a year additional for tho extra service thus rendered passel by 29 to 6- Senator Lewis Arnctts bill declaring Opportunity Opportunity seldom comes with a letter of Introduction Now York Times With 5000 in tho bank Elias Cop nick a tailor who deserted his wife and eight children in New York two years ago defiantly refused to avail himself of the offer of Judge OSulll van to suspend sentenco It tho de sorter would deposit 1000 with a charitable organization for the benefit of his family Ho was sentenced to Etato prison for a year and fined 1000 h1 twelUi day of October each year shall be known sa Columbus day and a legal hoklay passed by 20 to 10 Cold Storage Plants Hit Hard JtIbduringtive L F Withers of Meade county Introduced a bill prohibiting tho sale within the state of fresh meat veal mutton pork or beef 72 hpuns after the Rains has been slaughtered under fine of 100 or Imprisonment of 10 days or both The object of the bill Is to prevent the sale of meat kept in oold storage until the price has been boost ed and then sold to the consumers To Raise Whisky Tax Two bills were Introduced by Repro sentative Turner of Johnson floor loader of the Republican side of tho house one providing for a license tax of two cents per gallon upon the man ufacture of straight whlaklos and tho other to raise tho tax on rectified or blended goods from ono and one fourth cents to live cents per gallon Antl Saloon League Meeting Delegates of the antlMloon league three hundred strong will descend upon Frankfort for their annual state mooting Feb 7 8 and 9 The special purpose of the meeting Is to prevail upon the members of the leg Mature who have made promises to nupport the county unit bill to fulfill by voting for tho Waggoner measure An effort will be jrmde to got it up for passage xvhllo tho delegates are hero The bill of Senator L W Arnett exempting residents of this state from paying taxes on stock held In foreign corporations was passed by a vote of 31 to 14 Tho object of the bill Is to prevent double taxation This bill passed tho senate two years ago but failed to get through the houso be cause of lack of time although there was a strong sentiment in favor of It Senator Arnott hopes to have tho measure pass tho house this time Burial Association Bill Passed Another bill of Senator Arnett reg ulating tho burial associations of the state requiring thorn to pay a license of 100 per year and to furnish a bond to carry out their contracts passed tho sonato without a dissent- Ing vote Printing Bills Slow Tho senate took a rats at tho public printer and a resolution was Intro duced and adopted citing tho super intendent of printing and the public printer to appear and show cause why they should not be punished for con tempt In falling to return In a reason able time tho bills given to thorn to be printed Prior to this Public Prln tor Iloddun had appeared and had shown whoro the various bills introduced in tho senate now ore It Is believed that tho notion taken will mean that tho Mils are returned moro promptly Plumbers License Reported The house committee on municipali ties decided to report favorably on two of tho bills having reference to fovlngton and Kenton county The first by Mr Price is a bill to secure the registration of plumbers and In specters of plumbing and drainage and provides for a state Inspector of plumbing Tho second by Mr Meyers changes the manner of holding court In coun ties having cities of tho second and third class In Kenton county It will permit tho holding of court alternate ly at tho county seat and at Coving tonA meeting of tho Federation of Womens Clubs was held hero In the Interest of the bill giving women the right of suffrage in school elections The bill Is In high favor among tho legislatorsA Is being prepared and will be circulated In tho house by Repre sentative George C Waggoner a democrat and by a republican mem ber asking tho house members to holdup all senate bills until the senate committee on religion and morals re ports out tho county unit bill This Ira new and novel parliamentary procedure A unit bill will easily pass the house Organize Kennel Club Lexington KyTho Lexington Ken nol club was organized at a meeting of the dog fanciers of this city and vicinity and It was decided to hold a dog show hero next April 12 to 15 Gen Roger D Williams presided at the meeting and after the organiza than was effected the following per manent officers wore elected Presi dent Judge George D Kinkead vice president L L Haggln treasurer Buford A Graves secretary of the club and superintendent of tho show James H Steffcn veterinarian of the show U M Land Frankfort KyPat M Downing the baseball catcher and assistant manager of the Lexington club was buried here Tho members of the Lex- Ington club attended in a body The proper time to congratulate a bride and groom Is after they have lived together for a year and are still hoppyNew York Times That baker friend of mine hqs deeded all of his property to mo Ab I see A friend In kneading Is a friend In deeding Lady Visitor That new girl of yours seems very nice and quiet Mistress Yes shes very Quiet She doesnt oven disturb tho dust when shos cleaning the room PRESIDENT PLANS FOREST RESERVES Is in Favor of Setting Aside Large Tracts in Different Parts of the Country IDEA HAS SOME OPPOSITION I Senators from the Northwest Oppose the Plan Attitude of ExPresi dent RooseveltNew States Practically Assured Washington In President Tafts message on the conservation of the natural resources of the country ho did not call specifically by name cer tamp projects for forest preservation which It Is known that ho advocates The president however said some thing In what may be called a legal way which showed conclusively that ho is In favor of netting aside a great forest preserve In the southern Appa lachian mountains and another slm ilar preserve In the White mountains of New Hampshire Representative Weeks of Massachu setts has Introduced a forest reserve bill and with presidential backing the Republicans say that It will pass the house but there is a tremendous opposition to tho measures In the north west Senators Carter of Montana and Heyburn of Idaho are opposed to tho Appalachian forest reserve plan as they are opposed In a general way to some other forest reservation meas urea It may bo that if certain dim culUes can be cleared away and an understanding reached as to the effect of the Apprlacblan bill upon existing legislation that tho northwest opposi tlon will disappear Taft for Forest Reserves- In President Tafts message ho said In effect that in his belief tho federal government had t 3 right to establish forest reserves within state pines If it could be shown that tho saving of the forest was necessary to maintain a proper depth of water In navigable streams The federal government has control of streams that aro navigable and it is contended that the governS ment has the right to see to it that nothing Is done which shall threaten the continuance of proper navigation conditions If the forests are cut away It is held there will bo floods part of the tlmo and very likely droughts the rest of tbo time In other words the streams will be over flowed and navigation thus threatened for some months while for a part of the remainder of tho time there will be not enough water to float ships Tho bill which Representative Weeks has Introduced provides for an appropriation for tho purchase of for est reserves of 1000000 for 1910 and not exceeding 2000000 for every year thereafter until 1915 The former chief forester Gifford Plncbot has estimated that within three years timber receipts from tho reserves from the reserves would be sufficient to take care of tho appropriation It must not be understood that the gov ernment Intends to stop lumbering when It gets control of the Appa lachian forest preserve The Idea Is to lease the lumbering privilege and to see that the business Is so carried on that in taking out one tree tho oth er trees shall not be injured and tho undergrowth shall be preserved Question of States Rljhts Most of the representatives in con gress from the state which contain the forests In the southern Appa loch Inn country are in favor of the measure There are some Democrats who think despite Mr Tafts conten tion to the contrary that tho measure will bo one which directly will In vade the domain of the rights of the states Last year a bill like the Weeks bill passed the lower bouse of congress but the senate would have nothing to do with IL For years such a measure had been before the house bud the organization leaders were against it Finally the speaker said that the bill ought to bo voted upon and this was considered much of a concession from Mr Cannon Tho bill was put to the house nnd passed In the White mountains tho forests aro disappearing rapidly and the beauty of the scenery of this groat summer resort suction Is being threatened Moreover tho regulation of the water supply ot many of the New England streams which furnish power for all kinds of mills Is getting to bo a mat ter ot great difficulty because of the periods of alternate drought and flood caused by tho cutting down of trees In the mountain section- It Is said that some of the opposl tion In the northwest to the eastern forest reserves plan is duo to fear that the 25 per cent of tho receipts from sales of Umber paid under the laws of the states and territories In which national forest reserves lie may be endangered It is a difficult thing to find out why it is believed that this law would bo threatened by tho es tablishment of an eastern reserve There is nothing In the Weeks bill apparently which would make It seem likely that tho law as it now stands would bo In danger of change The feeling that danger threatens tho fund which tbo northwestern states now get from the sale of timbers on gov ernment reserves is manifest In the senate and the friends of the Weoxs bill aro compelled to recognize It An attempt will bo made probably to convince the opponents that tho sav- Ing of tho forests in the east will not In Icy way hurt conditions in the west and If this can bo done tho Ap palachians and White mountains plan will carry the day- ExPresident Silent Persons who have been at ualnS to find out aro convinced that Theodore Roosevelt has not writ ten one word to anyone either In approval or In disapproval of the acts of the present administration Stories have been published that condemna tion of the Inactivities of the present administration have como from Africa and these wore closely followed by stories to the effect that words of commendation had been written and sent out by tho hunter who Is now after the elusive white rhinoceros There are two or three men In America to whom President Roosevelt unquestionably would write on politi cal topics If ho Intended to write on them at all One of these men Is in New York and It Is not at all hard to guess his Identity when It Is said that during tho seven years that Mr Roosevelt spent In the White House the New Yorker was his dally and perhaps his closest companion The other man to whom the former president probably would write Is in Washing ton and It Is no harder to guess his Identity than It Is that of the New Yorker Greetings have come from the jungle and the plain but It Is said by those who have made It their work to Inquire In the right places that nothing that Mr Roosevelt has writ ten can be In any way considered as passing judgment upon anything that has been doue in a political or admin istrative way since ho left this coun tryJust before President Taft an nounced his willingness to become a candidate for the Republican partys nomination for tho presidency Mr Roosevelt gave out a specific statement to the effect that he would not consider any plan for a renomtnution for himself lie made his statement about as sharp as It could bo made and a little later when he found people were unwilling to take him at his word he put forth another pro nouncement strengthening the first and making the second so positive as to amount almost to a declaration of anger that anyone should think that he wanted a third term or a second elective term at that time at least Doesnt Believe In Third Term Thero are a good many members of congress both Democrats and Republl cans who are firmly convinced that Theodore Roosevelt feels that a third term Is not a thing to be desired In a republic Those who say this back It up with what they maintain Is real argument They say that the former president at times expressed himself as believing that the American people would not approve of a third term or as In his case a second elective term for any man New States Practically Assured Unless the territories of Art zona and New Mexico shall adopt state constitutions which are not to the liking of the administration and to tho dominant party In con gress President Taft will see two new stars added to the flag before his term of once expires The house of rcpre sentaUves already has passed the bill authorizing the people of Arizona and New Mexico to hold constitutional conventions to vote on the adoption of the constitutions thus prepared and to elect state officers The bill is now In the upper house where Senator Ueverldge has charge of It The bill In the lower house which was tho handiwork of Representative Hamil ton of Michigan left congress out of consideration in the matter of power to review and to approve or disapprove the constitutions adopted by the prospective states It is believed that before the bill re ceives the signature ot the president It will contain a provision which gives congress with the chief executive the right to decide on the merits of tho provisions in the constitutions which the territories shall adept for use when they take on tho full powers of statehoodA many Republicans do not like some of the provisions In the con stitutions of Oklahoma Oklahoma and Indian Territory were combined In one nnd admitted to statehood when Mr Roosevelt was president Ho did not like some of the constitutional provisions and If memory Is correct some changes were made but not enough to satisfy the Republicans The majority In congress therefore Is resolved that If It can prevent it Arizona and New Mexico shall not be allowed to adopt state constitutions which as the Republicans put It are not In spirit like the consUtutlons of other states of older birth Some Questions In Dispute Some of the matters concerning the proposed new states with which the administration Is particularly con cerncd relate to public lands within tho territories forest reservations water sites and mining privileges In other words matters pertaining generally to the conservation of the nat ural resources of the country It now appears that Arizona and New Mexico are practically certain of statehood for It is believed that they will adopt constitutions which will pass muster with the administration and with congress Four years ago this winter the two territories just missed statehood but If It had been granted to them at that time they would have had to so In as ono state for the bill combining them In ono and admitting them to single state hood was passed by the lower house of congress and was defeated In the upper house only after the hardest kind of a battle Tho opposition was led by the Democratic leaders and by Joseph D Foraker of Ohio who was then In the senate GEORGE CLINTON r L P1BERS IN SESSION DEPOSED SPECIAL AGENT OF LAND OFFICE PROVES INTER ESTING WITNESS EFFORT TO IMPLICATE BALLINGER Wish Expressed that Investigation of Cunningham Claims Until After Election Be Not Pressed Alleges Former Special Agent Washington Campaign contribu t ons to the Republican national com mittee In 1908 figured In tho proceed ings before tho special joint commit tee of the senate and house which Is InveeUgatlng the affairs or the general land office and tho forestry service Tho committee was In sowton for six hours and during the entire time Louis R Glavs the deposed special agent of the land office was on the witness stand Ills reference to campaign funds while seemingly incidental to the nar ration of Incidents In connection with his Invostgaticn of the coal land claims In Alaska might easily bo construed as a studied attempt to Implicate Sec retary Ball nger In another charge Mr Da111 nor according to Gluvls expressed the wish that he Glavls should not press the investigation of the Cunningham claims until after the election Bslllnscr explained that he was having an awful hard time get ting campaign funds He mentioned aiTony others C J Smith a wealthy dtlzen of Seattle and H C Henry a banker and contractor who In former years had boon liberal contribu tors to tho campaign fund but who this year had refused to render any assistance ENGLANDS POLICY IS IN DOUBT Parties Remain Equally Divided Unionists Say Chamberlain Policy Will Prevail londonThe position of the parties to date Is as folohvs Unionists 2G4 Liberals 2G3 Labor 40 Nationalists 77 Now that the electoral struggle Is on the point of closing the curious effect Is seen of both conflicting par ties claiming Victory and both basing their claim with plausible arguments broadly speaking on the question of free trade against protection It can not be said that the elections have decided anything and It Is difficult to judge whether tho country as a whole Is tending one way or the otherTho Spectator contends that had the tariff reformers abandoned all Idea of taxing food and confined ther policy to the taxation of manufactured Im ports the Liberals would have suf fered an overthrow- As to the Immediate course of busyness it seems generally agreed that unless the Nationals offer serious op position Chancellor Lloyd Georgos budget as It left the last house of commons will again be sent up to tho lords who this time will accept It and any modification of Its provisions will bo left for Ute next budget Former Ambassador Is Dead Washington Gen William F Dra per former American ambassador to Italy died ct his Ixrnc here after a prolonged Illness aged CS years Brig Gen Draper was born In Lowell Mass April 9 1842 and served In the union army from 1SG1 to 1SCI holding commlssons from second lieutenant to lieutenant colonel commanding and also colonel and brigadier general by brevet Ho was twice wounded lu 1897 he was appointed ambassador to Italy holding that post until 1900 TOBACCO MARKET Louisville Ky Jan 2STotal sales for tho week 712 hhds COS burley and 104 dark The market for dark tobacco was good Prices ranged on dark from 135 to 9 and burley from 1050 to 1875 GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati Jan 2SWheatNo 2 red 126a130 No 3 red tt20al26 CornNo 2 white Ca69c No 3 white 6S 4a69e No 2 yellow 66lha6ic No 3 yellow G6aGG c mixed car C8a70c Dots No 2 white nlaSltfe No 3 50a51c No 2 mixed 50aOV4 No 3 mixed 49V4a50c hayNo 1 timothy 18COal9 No2 timothy 17 a750 No 2 clover mixed 1650al7 No2 clover 17al750 Malt Spring barley 84a8Gc spring barley low grado S2aS4c Barley No 2 spring S0a84c No 3 spring 7Ga78c RyeNo 2 8G a87c No 3 80aS4c Bran and Mid dlings Bran 24COa2550 ton mid dlings coarse 25a26 LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati Jan 2SCattle Ship pers 525a610 extra G25 butcher steers extra J5G5a58ij good to choice 4S5a560 cows extra 5a525 Rood to choice 42505 common to fair U21Io4 canners 2a1 Bulls 425a490 extra 5 fat bulls 475 n525 Calves Extra 875a9 fair to good G50aS50 Hoss Choice pack ers and butchers S30aS35 mixed packers 810a830 stags 525a7 extra 710a725 pigs 110 tbs and loss 575a760 SheepExtra 575aG good to choice 510a575 Lanvba Extra 850 good to choice Sa840 common to fair 5a775 t State News Happenings GOOD NEWS FOR HORSEMEN Lexington Will Give a Meet for Run ners In Spring Lexington KyTho directors of the Kentucky Racing association de cided to leave tho matter of dates for tho spring meeting hero to the judg wont of tho State Racing Commission It was the consensus of opinion with tho directors however that tho meet ing should open on April 30 They wore undecided not knowing tho wishes of tho New Louisville Jockey club and tho Latonia Jockey club whether It would be best to give a sevenday or ten day meeting It was finally agreed that President J N Camden bo empowered to make application to the State Racing Commis sion for either seven or ton days to begin April 30 and to leave the seta lion of tho number of days to the discretion of the commission It was further decided that no purse less than 300 will bo offered and that there will be some overnight handicaps for GOO The stake races will consist ot the Breeders Futurity for twoyear olds to be run on the opening day and the Camdo Handicap for three yenr olds which will come in tho paIturo of a preliminary to the Derby Each of these stakes carry consolation purses of 500 1 MRS YOUTSEY GETS DIVORCE t Court Grants Absolute Decree In Suit Against Convict Husband Frankfort KyA decree granting Mrs Henry Youtsey an absolute di vorco from her husband serving a life j sentence In the penitentiary for com plicity In tho murder of William Goo bel was entered In the circuit court here Mrs Youtsey Is restored to her i maiden name Sarah C French Mrs Youtsey stuck to Youtsey for yours after he was charged with complicity IIn the plot to kip William Goebel and she worked hard to get a parole for him After she found that he could not got a parole and that be probably would spend his last days in tho penitentiary she brought suit for divorce INVITATION TO GOVERNOR Frankfort Extends Hearty Invitation to Next Conference of State Ex ecutives Frankfort Ky Resolutions ing to the governors of tho tho Union tho use of the ctyexlendihearty Invitation to como to for their next conference wero adopt ed at a called meeting of the Dusl ness Mens club Mint juleps and all that goeS with genuine Kentucky hospitality are promised It the Invitation J is accepted Gov Wlllson Is request ed to convey the Invitation Henderson KyThe Jury In the case of T S Anderson Owensboro banker charged with false swearing failed to agree and was finally charged The jury stood seven forIacquittal and five for conviction Those who were for conviction were Wm Harrington A W Lilly H P Jen nings J W Allen G H Cooksey acquittal H C Williams G Knight Josh Staples W A Drake oorrR Whltledge and Hardy Carlisle Lexington KyJ N Camden Versailles president of the Kentucky Racing association has sold to J O Keene who has been a successful trainer and turfman both in this coun try and in Itussa ono half Interest in 11 his stable of raco horses comprising twelve crack thoroughbreds and thorIwill be twined by Mr Keene raced under the name of Camden Ie Keene Morganfleld KyThe Kentucky Coal and Mining Co was sold here by tho Peoples Bank and Trust Co trus tees Tho Union town mines were bought by S K Hughes of Kyle 0 lthisbrought 700 The appraised value oi the property Is 190000 KyA special train ol Lexington of trotters left here for Now York Tho horses are to bo sold at the FasigTIpton sale Three of the cars will contain 44 twoyear olds tram the Walnut Hall Stock farmtFrankfort KyCharged with intercepting three letters containing mon ey John M Dealer Sr was arrested in Woodford county by United States Marshal McDanlel and placed In jail here Lexington KyMrs W J Sullivan of SprIngfield lit has entered 38 for tho first annual dog show of the Lexington Kennel club which is to be held here April 12 to 15 Frankfort KyNo further steps can be taken In the receivers suit ol Gartsklll and others against the Bur ley Tobacco society for the court ol appeals overruled the petition for a rehearing and this action settles the case Louisville KySurrounded by Episcopal clergymen of the diocese of Kentucky Bishop Charles E Wood cock celebrated tho fifth anniversary of his consecration here He deliv erect his fifth anniversary sermon at Chili church cathedral 1 r o I i East Kentucky Correspondence 1 1 News You Get Nowhere Else o 0U Ho eomironteie ptbtlihiA oaten Hcnti ia taU by the writer The alms 0 It sot tnr publication bat as ta rid tCO of rood Kith Writ phdnlyn o oooooooq ososoo JACKSON COUNTY i GRAY HAWK Gray Hawk Jon 24J F Hays Is very 111 at this writing with rhoum atlsm John Baker of Mlddlefork s all smiles over the arrival of a fine girl J F Tincher Is going to Llvlngstton next wookIJ J John son has sold his interest In Uos on Laurel Fork to W R Eagle Tin char and Englo are planning on float Ing ill ties to the mouth of Indian Creek for rafting H H Rico is in r school at McKeeJas Stldhom and Wm Fox made a flying trip to Gray Hawk Saturday on business W R Hellard says he has caught eleven foxes this winter Mr Thos Turn er Is out on his old Job again Wil liam Hayes Andy Vohn anw William Davis are ratting ties for Hayes and Turner this week CLOVER UOTT03I- v Clover Bottom Jan 30 Measles s getting to bo a thing of the past hero nowJ W Blcknell while tend ing the saw at Jas Williams saw mill got his forefinger and thumb on his left hand sawed oUJ W Abrams and his son Leonard who leafs been down with the measles tot some time are bettor at this writ IngJoo Purvis has left with his family and gone tb Hamilton Ohio to make his homeJohn Purvis left here a few day ago to take his brother Toms collie home and has not been heard from since Miss Daisy Cruse started home a few days ago from where she was staying near Klrksvllle Prof Ullien and tho Rev Williams have been in this neigh borhood for a few days organizing a Lodge of Modern Brotherhood of America Mr May Abrams and wife of Laurel County are visiting his grandfather S W Abrams of this place Butler Blanton has moved in to the Ross Azblll property now own ed by T I BlckneUWe are glad to see that our congressman D C Edwards has had the nerve to Introduce a bill prohibiting the shipping of whiskey Into the local option terri tory It ho can accomplish his purpose it will be the greatest thing ever accomplished by a congressman II N Dean killed an owl todajv Gar Hayes sold o Solon Azblll the right hand side of the Purvis place for 225 nOUIILKLlCR Doublellck Jan 21There Is a great deal of sickness In this neigh borhood at this writing The twelve year old daughter of Mr and Mrs John Martin of this place died the SherImaning relatives at Doublallck and Sand Gap this weekMr Juno Fowler of Berea stayed from Sunday till Wed nesday hero on his way to Hooten where he will Join his father In help Ing to survey Illndlr John Wilt and wife are selling out to move to Erlanger Mr John Cook and family ho have been visiting at Ford for the past four months have returned home at Doublellck HUGH Hugh Jan 31The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs R I Hale and took tholr little baby aged fifteen months It Just lived one day and night after taking sick MI and Mrs Isaac Burns visited Mrs Burns parents hero Sunday Mrs Belle Parks is quite sick at this writing Dr Cornelius was can ed to Mr Joe Crowleys Sunday to see little Liberty who Is seriously 111 and Is not expected to liveMr Tom Click and family passed thru this vicinity last week moving to White Station Mr Sherman Pow ell Is on tho sick list Old Aunt Sinda Rose Is sick with grippe Mr John Benge caught a nice gray fox In his trap the other night and Is keeping It foi saler Jno Halo passed through hero last week going to get him a place to move- IAUKOT Parrot Jan 31EweU Colo and brother Frew of Hamilton 0 via stud their Lather W F Colo this weoK and loft for Hamilton the 30th Misses Nora and Minnie PrIce moved to Annvlllo Saturday to en ter Mhool Uncle John Carpenter has been vary ilqk but Is on tho mend W Morrli our teacher was visiting friends in this part tptlayJosue Mooro In vary bad with pneumonia at this writing W F Colos family have all been down with grip but are Improving H Cornelius and family were the guests of G D Arnold Saturday night Luther Gabbard en tered school at Annvlllo Monday Eliza Nichols who has been on tho sick list is able to be out asnlnlI- J tlubbard wont to Annvllle Saturday on business R Dycho and family visited L Cornelius Sunday I night The death angel visited tho I home of J H Hundley Saturday night and took his little crippled boy aged ooooouuuuuuq 112 years He hal pneumonia lie had a cripple almost all his lifo OHKKNHAM- Greenhall Jan 31Mrs Pop Hurst was the guest of J N Smith Wednes day night and Saturday nlghtJoo Allen of Red Lick was thru this Cou ty last week trying to buy a drove of cattle or hogs but only found a low for SIlleSilas Flanery made a bust ness trip to Beattyvllle tho past weekMr J D Smith Is getting ready to go to ReOland California whero ho will mako his homeMiss Nettle Hurst has gono to BcnttyvtlU to assist Mrs Susie Fladery with her house workMiss Lullo Absher o- Booncvillo Is housekeeping for Mrs Mary Wilson Preston Kaner and Samiiilo Flanery left Monday for tho west they will seek a homo on i send for their families We are sorry to hear of the death of Mr Hart sock and extend to the family our sympathy Miss Sarah J Brewer has been visiting Mrs J D Pierson for several days Tho young folks of the neighborhood met at Jas Evans Friday night and enjoyed a feast of candy and the best dance that has been in this part for a long time Rev HarveY Johnson preached at Cannons chapel Saturday night and Sunday Married on tbo 2Cth Miss Marr J Johnson and Jesse Vlckers May they live a life of happiness Alfred Brewer and Bud Thomas are at Beattyvllle ngatnJ N Smith and wife made a short visit to Nathan i ton Saturday G G Madden has been away from home several days tho past week trying to locate him a farm Corn Is now selling at a dol lar per bushelJ D Pierson has se cured the agency for the Syracuse Plow and Supplies and now can furnish i the farmers with any thing nt the line Walter Wilson left yesterday i for Buck Creek whero he will attend school for several monthsI The trustees of Oak Grove and sur rounding districts are trying to arrange to have built a high school nt- Oak Grove I IIILUltElI I Mildred Jan 31James H Moore is on the sick IIstThos Dunogln is planning to build him a new house soonC P Moore and Lewis Moore passed thru Mildred the 28th on their way to McKee with a load of lumber I C P Moore expects to move there soon W K and W F Jones have purchased the entire stock of goods owned by W R Reynolds of Tyner and wll move them to Mildred soon Mr Reynolds expects to go on the road this summerHaney Mooro cut his hand very badly with an axe Born to tho wlfo of Neal Moore a fine girl the 27thJ G Morris and J S Dunlgan are In tho tie business Tlra Tincher and Johnson Tlei Co has changed hands to Thicker and Englj and Is doing a hustling business James Robertson of Lancaster pass ed thru town rldayCharJlo Robert son who was called home from Hamil ton Ohio by the death of Ills mother has returned to Hamilton Preston Dunagln is on the sick list Mrs Ra chel Welsh is on the sick list CIIICO I Calico Jan 31Thero Is lots of sickness around here Press and Ew ell Cole of Hamilton 0 were In this part last weekW F Cole Is sick at this writing Ltttlo Rollletl Lear got burntMr J B of Tompler visited Charley Lear Sunday Laura Lear who has been sick so long Is no better Mr Isaac Summer of Horse Lick was tho of Robert Lear one day last guestI Miss Cookie Lear will start to Par rot on a visit In a few daysMr J J Orton the picture man was horo a few days ado ANNVIIIK- Annvllle I Jan 31Mr Caleb Cope has the gripMrs Nancy Johnson has teen very sick with throat trou I blo but li better nowMr E DIJohnion has returned home Breathltt CountyMr Roy E Rader and wife visited her mother Friday and Saturday Mr Wm Belcher has returned homo from Jackson Mr James Akmon lost a fine maro this weekMr F J Johnson come home with a fJno drove of catOe Mlis LIizio Johnson visited Mr Dan Mod lock Saturday and Sunday Sir Wal ter Medlook sold a fine saddle horse thus week for J170 ESTILLCOUNTY STATION CAM Station Camp Jan 31Lewts Isaac and Charley Hlslo are In Owsloy County buying cattle Wm leases and Luwls Lakes have a nice drove 3f cattle bought up to put on the Market at Richmond next court day Rov Anthony of Irvine preach ed at the Station Camp Christian oliurch last Sunday Turner Kolley Is visiting friends and relatives ot aI mare from a hurt in tho headJoo Warford ot Wagersvillo Is building a house on Wm Coxs farm on Middle Fork and will move late it soonlhe Wilson brothers aro doing qulto a bit of sawing with tholr mill on Station CampA Q Wilson recently bought a large yoke of oxen of Leonard Ross Price paid was 105C IL Click bought 13 sheep from Cash Lake of Wind Cave Jackson County Miss Polly Marcum visited Mrs Anno Click last Wednesday Cash Rico of this town is operating his saw mill neat Klngj Station J B and A B Kelly are getting quite a number of logs 1Vagersnwell on Station CampE O Reeves Is overseeing tho work of the Irvine Telephone Co while Mr Frank Welch the general manager of the Co Is filling his seat In the legislature at Frankfort Alfred Isaacs bought a farm ot Grcoly Richardson neat Rico StationS B Gumm bought Alfred Isaac farm near Station Camp post office and expects to move to it In ISIaacssome Ume Is about as well as usual again Measles are raging In several WadoII pair of mules to Leonard Ross lor- 300Tom Alcorn has moved In the house on Lewis Isaacs farm recently vacated by James CoxOOx has gone on Jonah Wagers farm near Richmond I LOCUST 11JtANcn Locust Branch Jan 31U G Blck nell purchased of Vergil Bicknell a I weekIlrIItlonThere was preaching at Mr j Isaaor Sunday afternoon by the Rev Tuckbi The meeting that was being held at Parks school house by the Rev Tucker was well attended and adllltIonsIan Mlddletown Ohio have moved back to Lower Red Lick and will go an the road for tho Magic Food Co In u foe daysMr Goo Gantry Is 111I at this writing with nervous trouble Mlsa futile Johnston visited her brother Clark on Horns River Satur I dayIlr D Allen and sister Mag gie of WIsemantown have been visit Ing relatives here the past week Miss Rhoda Land who Is teaching a small subscription school hero will close tho school Friday and loavo for her home on Cow Creek Mr Wallace Crlsman passed thru here fDndi1YI morning on his way to r Wilson Coyle and Elbert Hymen who are attending school at Berea visited I home folks Saturday and Sunday I ROCKCASTLE COUNT ROONE Boone Jan 31The meotlns con ducted by tho Revs Powell and Smith which has been going on since Fri day has closed Tho little daughter of Mr Wm Gadd Is qulto sick at this writing Mr James Oldham and A D Lovett made a business trip to Berea on Saturday Mr and Mrs James Guinn of Rockford attended church at Fairview Sunday Mr Carl Martin went to Borea ono day last week Mrs Mattie Gadd visit ed relatives at this placo on Sunday Grippe has made Its appearance in this vicinity of late Talltha Coylo who has boon quite sick is some bet terMr Jas Lambert and Mr Jose Wren were in Richmond Sunday Mr will Gadd visited homo folks at Rockford Sunday Mr B Chute teen of Clear Creek visited his parents at this place on tI SundayI IWUdle Jan 31Miss Sallle Ste watt who Is In school at Mt Vernon was with home folks from Friday un til SundayMr Willie Burdetto vie ited his sister Mra Jennie Huston at Hazel Patch last week Mr G C Hayes visited friends at tills pines last weekMrs W A Coffey is on tho sick listMr Crlss McCluro was in this vicinity last week buying hogs Mr and Mrs Ranco Coffey visited Mr J H Reynolds near Langford Saturday and Sunday Mr J Mageo j sold his farm on Brinnel Ridge nndI moved to Laurel County Mr and Mrs J R Dotson visited Mr and Mrs George Catern Saturday and Sunday nocKumn Rookford Jan 2GAIr Davis Northern is moving near Kingston Mr H E Bullen wont to Bores last Tuesday on business There Is going to ho- a wedding or two next Veek Myrt le McCollum who has been down with appendicitis Is getting along all right There has boon lots of measles on Clear Crook Isaac WIU has gone to Iowa OIlltNDO- Orlando Jan 29Mr Julius Robin son Is very low with smallpox Mr William McNew got hla oye put out In a snowball game Sunday There will ho prayer services at the Mo New chapel every Sunday conducted by Mrs Ellabeth Ball and Mrs Marcia Singleton and Mrs Lllllo Smith Dr Childress of Livingston was visiting the home of Mr D M Sing leton was visiting her sister Sarah + fTIr fexhibited Icton was vlslltng her sister Sarah McGulro this week The Infant child of D G Clark la very 111 with pnou monlaICLAY COUNTY luno tlTSU liE I Brfghtshade Jan 28 Oliver Wagers went down to look after his tarns near Manchester Wednesday M II Frederick is still In bad health His parents Edmond and Nancy Frederick of Ogle visited him during tho weekAns Smallwood Jr has moved to Mill Creek Bishop Wagers has moved Into the property on Dig Johns Branch which Smallwood va cated The people havo sold their cattle out so clean that there promises to bo an actual scarcity for home needs SEXTONS CIirKK Sextons Creek Jan 29 Several per sons wont to Burning Springs today to attend tho burial services of Thos Rawllng who died trio 2Sth Inst The burial services will be in charge of tho Masons School is running nicely horo with a good attendance MIss Dovle Banks of this place has gone to Reran to stay tills winter R B Flanery who Is branding los- for The J D Hughes Lumber Co passed hero yesterday Mlea Annie Brower ot this place has moved Into the property vacated by Wm Smith I J A Hunter sold a male a few days ago to R H Bowman for 11- 0J T Wood has been sick for a few days but Is reported some better J C Morgan Is reported some better H J Clark has his mill repaired ready for grinding again KIIIIMI ClirKK- Spilng Creek Jan 30Mask Mor gan Is moving to Spring Creek this week whore he expects to make his future homeA protracted meeting commenced on the 29th mat onI lint Creek and expects to hold gious services one week or more A L Hosklns has completed his nw barn Delia Haskins and Emma Baker aro visiting In LoBllo Co this week There Is considerable sickness In Uim neighborhood pneumonia and other lIIiIUr C T Rlcketts huts so many nails that It keeps him on the road night and day OWSLEY COUNTY TIt IJIRml REST Travelers Host Jan 27Mr W B Creech ot this place moved this week to Wild Dog Arch Hartsock son of Peter HarUock after suffering ten days with pneumonia passed away leaving father mother three broth ers and ono sister to mourn hla loss WilliamIOabbardnice bunch of pine and poplar logs to J C Botnors mill Thoy Intend to Improve theIr dwelling Thert I seems to be much contusion arising between the patrons of school districts Vincent Moores and Travelers Rest over a Graded school I believe near ly all tho patrons aro In favor of tho Graded school but they cant agree on the boundary line and tho buldlng8Iare visit tholr father In Powell County last of time week Several applies tions have been sent In to the Super visor of Census for appointment ofI census onumorators OK this Is the year for tho business Two cattle buyers passed turn to day buying cattle but I dont think they woto finding many Mire Balm Bogley Is visiting Mrs Martha Caudoll this week Miss Bogley Is expecting to jo to NewII Mexico in a tow daysS P way County surveyor is running out Mr B N Minter and Jas McQueensI land that they purchased McQueen Kletown ItiCUTOWNj other tide of Jackson County passed thru here Friday with a drove of cattle Bill Troadwivy of Manchester was in this neighborhood a few days ago on bunow Allen Davidson of Ever lieIcauahti u 1- rrawY ras 1- r Yx tss ft Used the World over fi No other article of human food has ever received such em phatic commendation for purity usefulness and whole someness from the most v eminent authorities I iiRoyal wilt itThe Rev A M HOGS of Cortlau1 wan hero a few days ago on baslnrss Henry Gabbard Is sick at this writing Corn la selling at isovoaiyfivo cents to a dollar per bushel meat fifteen to twenty cento per pound Merchants are paying twenty to twentyfive cents per doz on for eggs Tho school at Cow Creek is procreating very nicely There are about CO In attendance at present James R Gabbard was in Booncvillo Friday on business Miss Lucy Roy nolds of Cow Creek visited her sister Mra Emma Reynolds of tills place last week Those who bate timber hauled to the river are raft- Ing up getting nerdy for a trip to Holddburg Timber Is bringing a good prJce this year Mrs Janotto- Moore wife of Pleasant Mooro of Cow Creek Is very III at this writing J K Gabbard returned to Boone vllle whero he had boon as a suporv sorC B Gabbard nUll William Reynolds are turning ground this week STtriUlKON Sturgeon Jan 31Mr Jesse Evans of Kansas Is visiting his parent of this place who aro making their homo with their daughter Mrs Jas ChlMd Wilson Brewer and wife via Ited her parents Mr and Mrs John Lane of Island City Saturday an- dSundayF F McCollum of this place has not mado his return front Oklahoma home socking but Is ex pcoUd In soonDr J A Mohatfey Is having some repair work dono on his water mill Frank Herd Is still on the mall line Frank Is a hustling follow Norman Brewer filled his regular appointment at Island City Sunday Mlasos Katie and Grade Wllmn and Fannie Smith attended church at Cannons chapel Sunday Burn to the wife of Jo Plereon a bouncing boy Rupard the son of D T Sttong who has been ill with pnou nionin fovea for quite a while Is slow Ily Improving Also his son Mack whole at ttuckhorn is rapidly improving from a light attack of tho same Herald the little son of Mr and Mrs Uarlmi Brewer died of throat trouble Jan Stir and wits laid to rest In tho Sponeo graveyard LESLIE COUNTY 111 DEN Hydin January 29 Married Saturday Jan 29 at 1130 n m Mr Jesse laggard and Miss Halllo brldoIJoo Alagpnrd who lives about ono mllo below Hydon Tho couplo have many friends who wish them a long prosperous and happy life Rev J L Tundell officiated Judgo IL C Ever solo ol Boonovlllo Is hero holding o special term ot court Many old land cosos which havo been on tho docket for years will be trledon Jan 29 Sheriff G A Sizemore became engag I ed In u very severe combat with one I Joo Ashor The trouble was about Slzeuore turning Asbor to the delin quent listJames II Joffrlof AttOr- ney nt PInovIllo IB her attending tho pedal tore of couitH C Cluippell editor of Thousandatlcks and James I Morgan have purchased the property owned by M C Wooton on Bridge streoi mid Mr Clmppall will roon movo halo plant to tho lower part of the building and Mr Morgan will have charge of the atone room AIMuncy CountyIThOfor I standing time fact that Mr Edwards has nlway carried Lcallo County by larIIINdII1UonaMr Powers will carry Leslie Cuonty by n very big majority The voters of this County say that It would be a disapproval of the act of Gov Wlllton pardoning Powers to turn him down MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston Jan 31Mr Will Corn u ellsoii who huts been very sick is now some letter Mr Joo Torrill continues very low Tho little daughter of Mr end Mn James Gilmore Is very sick at this writing Mrs Abe Powell who hoe been very sick Is nowAinuah bllterIIII William wry Ill at this writing Mr Jeff Cox who has been sick Is now ablo tow be about his bualnessMr A P Settle was called to Big Hill last week to ice his father M D Settle who has been very sick Jouephlno the little daughter of Mr and Mra wrItIllnghO remains wore to extendTourMrs Ed Baker died at her homo at Dreyfus She was a lovely Christian woman and loved by all who knew her She leaves a husband and several children and many friends to mourn her death We ex tund our deep sympathy to tho family Mrs Annie Rogers continues very elck Attorney O I Jackson and hla stenographer Miss Ella Kindred of Richmond worn hero Sunday to see his father and mother Air Edward Lawson and Miss Dora Douglas students of flares College were the guess of his par ents hero lilt t Saturday and Sunday NIIVIK citiinu Silver Creek Jan 31Who Rev C M Nash has gone to Irvlno to conduct a sorira of meetingeMrs Lisa Ab rams of Clover Bottom was Uvo guest of Mrs J W Bratchcr Saturday night John Kelly and son of Drey fus en nt Friday with O F Kelly C F Kelly visited Ida slater Sunday Mrs Katiw of Hugh Mrs Bratch or visited their sister Mm J M Hal ly Sunday J W Bratohcr and Pleasant Kvaim returned from the moun tains lost week with a nice lot of cat InobI ed relatives at Kirby Knob Satur day Harvey Bratchcr and Arch lie nary wont to Conway Sunday rtauhl Panda Jan IITho Masonic halt at this place IB about completed Mra fa F Sharpo who has boon sick for H oral years Is very low at pro sent Mr and Mrs M A Logedun vUlUC frienda and rotative in Bo rea Saturday and Sunday Domarco tagKkm and Olllo Cox of this place got married In Hamilton Ohio Jan 22 Thoy will make Hamilton their homor J H Wills lots gono to Jlnk on budneseMr B F Bolton Rhasin rindlay Ohio Mr Jopllo Mo hag taken MB IllncetfTho Hov H B Wlnklor hers next Saturday and llroochostBorn lu tho home of Mr The Baker a fine boy BACKACHETil 1 IT umir Cit a Ikae if Miiw UrajVAl r endIr4ttrj j the Irte Suit Klh iil t irru In oi I e irSzL i f11 r il ty l rn t nr j Cfu nwyN i t Ki YE Atui JUM iii j I nn i Very Series It is a very serious m tter to ask for one medicine and havo the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying Ito be careful to get the cnulnc BLACK = DRAUGH Liver Medicine Tho reputation of this old relia I ble constipation In and liver trouble is firm I ly established It does not imitate other mod anes It Is better than j others or it would not be the fa largerI