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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jI ESIIENTS 0 rrICE I1EUEA KY X BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOItrOIlATKD STANLEY FROST Manager Knlmdat the Fottofflte at lima Ky IU Mnmd clau mattmatter I Vol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY MARCH 10 1910 Ono Dollar a 30 I w THE CITIZEN Devoted the Interests the Mountain People KENTUCKY yearNo The Spring Styles Are Here E TAKE pleasure in announcing the arrival of our New Spring Styles in Suits for Men and Young Men We arc certain that no other store in this city can show you garments which will compare from a quality standpoint with those we are selling Our policy has been and always will be The Utmost Value At Any Price 4 We aim to make your clothes money go farthest and to your greatest satisfaction We rely on your appreciation tf THIS IS THE HOME OF Friend Made Clothes IIil BereaR R COYLET- HE CLOTHIER J NEWS OF THE WEEK I Many Snowillde and Avalanches DeathSixty Miners Dlown to PiecesPhlladelphleSlrike Con tlnueiPacker Tortures Senator Platt DeadBig Charity Planned SNOW BUJllHS MAry Moro snow slides and avalanches than have occurred In many years havo boon tak ing place on tiio Count Range moun talns In tho last tow days and over two hundred pcoplo have been killed by them They have always como with out warning and in many cases overwhelm and bury entire villages Several trains have been covered and In at least one instance a train missed being wrecked by barely half a minute MINE EXPLOSION A mine oxI plosion which Is not tho result ot coal gas or dust Is rather rare but last week one occurred In a gold mine in Alaska which resulted In tho death of sixty men and tho serious injury of about fifty more Tho explosion was duo to an accidental Igniting of some dynamite PHILADELPHIA RIOTING The street car strike In tho Brotherly City has spread according to programme and thousanda of men nro out caus 1ns great damage to maunfaoturer i and business men who have nothing whatever to do with tho main trouble and Inconveniencing tho entire city Thero is no algn that this big dem onstration will have any effect but U S troops have been sent to guard government property because of the danger of mob violence DIE AT NIAGARA Two men in a little boat who were out near the mead of Niagara Falls last week wore suddenly caught in the current and carried over the brink It is not known who tho two men wore IIYDE INDICTED Tho pleasant amusement ot Indicting Dr Hyde tho man who Is accused of poisoning Col Swojw his fatherln law la go- Ing merrily on In Kansas City and tho total of counts against him has now reached thirteen Tho Grand Jury has not shown signs of getting tired eitherTORTURES FRIEND J P Cud ahy a son of the great packer and a wealthy young roan was found by a policeman torturing Joro F LI II Is a prominent banker of Lianas City DC Saturday night It Is supposed that jealousy was tho cause of tho quarrel Cudahy with the help of a sot vant had tied him and was calmly carving him up with a knife It is understood that ho cut his face to pines ANOTHER LYNCHING A negro accused In Dallas Texas of attempt ing to attack a little girl was thrown by a mob out of tho jail window to another crcwd la the streets and drag gOO to a bridge Ho died somewhere on tho way but his body was strung up HOGS REACH THE TOPTho prediction a week or two ago that hogs would go to 10 has been fulfilled Continued on fifth page ri to of Ky ITho SAM BAKER KILLED second killing in Borca with Ilu a few months occurred early Monday morning at tho Commercial Ho- telI nonr Uio depot Tho victim was I Sam Baker a sou of Mrs Jeuuio Baker well known to all old Inhabitants Berea and his slayer Marcus D 10f Is lying near tho point of with a wound thru both lungs caused by a bullet final by humI ham Maker Sams elder brother withfloodswas released on boll There wero no outside witnesses dlsputoIho was shot for trying to qulot thorn It was only whon Sam attacked him after ho was hit that ho got a gun and tired back ho says Bowling was shot from tho right to tho loft side the bullet passing thru both lungs and lodging in his left ann Sam Bakor was shot twice onto In tho neck and onco thru tho body near tho heart tho bullot en tering from tho back Burnham Baker it is said tells an entirely different story Ho is said hndIfight Sam was trying to placate Mr Bowling ho says whon the latter started to shoot and he Burnham Baker shot him to save his broth ers life Burnham behind Bowling was holplo3 and had started to leave tho room when Sam was shot TOWN COUNCIL Tho City Council hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night and transacted a considerable amount otI business mostly in tho way of ing up looso ends Ordinances woroI passed renewIng all tho previous or dinances In the matter of building sldowalks and requiring construction ot cement walks to tho city limits on practically all tho streets which are under tho jurisdiction ot tho Council A walk will also bo built along tho Main Street side of tho Public Square and all hitching ot horses there will be prohibited Also a walk has been ordered for one sldo of tho street around the squareVarious police ordinances wore pass ed notably ono against tho keeping of disorderly houses and defining tho meaning of that term and ono to fix a license fco of 250 per table per annum for pool tables No action was taken on the putting In of crossings to complete tho now walks ordered but it is supposed that action to this end will bo taken bo fore fall the Council feeling that it la duo to those who pay for the walks to have good crossings Squall I have weathered many equalls said the steward of an ocean liner but on the last trip there were 35 babies in tho steerage and when they all cried at once It was the biggest squall I ever encountered at sea THE BEAM IN 0R OWN EYE II A thug of bounty is a joy forever sang the poet But no one has over expressed in print a fitting opinion ora thing of ugli subjectjusticebeen apparently to snake ugly those things which nature made beautiful Nature if left to herself will in a few years heal the scars inim has made or draw a mantle over the wreckage he has left but we men are too infernally busy to let her do this in most cases Next to goodness beauty is the best thing in life It is almost impossible to suy too much for its power to help and make happy and a life is rich or poor according to the amount of beauty which enjoytheto give a few moments to the exquisite perfumes distilled in the heart of the rose to enjoy the majestic outlines of our mountains and the stately dignity of our forests to listen to the swelling song of singerAnd Even a glimpse of a dead forest leaves a feeling of depression and to live in disorder and squalor permanently lowers the whole moral tone and leaves a man or woman leSs able to work to accomplish things and to enjoy life The most common fo m of ugliness is dirtmatter out of place and to our shame bo it said there is much of this in our town not only iu the public streetsbnt it many private yards and even in some houses The litter which can easily accumulate in any place in a few days is enough to rob it of all beauty and to destroy the pleasure and comfort which might have been enjoyed from it The most beautiful statue in the world would lose its attraction surrounded with old tin cans the most sublime scenery would be without charm if to see itwe had to look across a pile of rubbish So what pleasure or pride can we take in a town where the streets are often cluttered with drifting rubbish and where we are too busy distributing trash to give oven Nature time to dispose of our contributions P But this is not all The cleaning of our streets and front yards would help a good dealbut ir would only make us like a young fellow who wears a false shirt front without the rest of the garment Heal cleanliness must be thoro and a true desire for beauty and order will not be satisfied with puUingon a good front This is half of it but only half and no one has a real claim on the respect of his neighbors as a good housekeeper unless his back yard is in as good condition as his front lawn This matter of beautifying the town is not a thing which requires an election or an amendment to the State Constitution to bringabout The only thing that will have to be amended is the constitutional laziness with which ninny of us are afflicted Any man can by putting in half a days work put his whole yard in the best of condition and produce an effect of pleasant comfort about his homo which willsurprise even himself Any woman putting a few flower seeds into the ground at the proper time and place within the next six weeks can make the house over which she presides more homelike and attractive than it has ever been before Why not try it P Maybe the other follow wont but then if you do your credit will bo the greater Lets get togethejr and make the city beautiful idea which is spreading all over the country menu something for Buren this yearl SENATOR PLATT DEAD The deaths of Senator Thomas C Platt of New York the famous Easy Boss of tho Empire State Republican machine removes from American politics one of the most notable and in some respects sinister figures of tilt last generation Iu every way a representative of the school of grafting peanut politicians now fast passing from power Mr Platt was a leader in his time and for years wieled an influence which put him on n par with any in the nationandwhich has left him only n disgraced name The most important thing that he has accomplished in recent years has been to block the passage thru the Senate of any measure per mitting the post office to carry packages at low rates the socalled parcels post plan which would bo of inestimable benefit to the coun try but would seriously injure the express companies which now monopolize that business But it is remarkable that the most important and useful thing Mr Platt did was the one he most regretted and least intended to do For it was Platt who made Roosevelt president Roosevelt a clean honest forth right man was making trouble for Platt in the Now York machine and Platt did not dare try to crush him So us was his foxy way ho tried diplomacy and so great was his influ ence that he was able to have Roosevelt switched into the political death chair the vicepresidency Providence did the rest and the greatest president we have hind in a generation reached the White House at a most opportune time No one regretted it more than Platt who instead of removing the reformer he hated hind placed in his hands power which could beandsoon was used to crush the Easy floss Platt the crooked boss has long since ceased to be more than a name and a shuffling wreck and the plain honest man he feared is today tho greatest figure in America THE TOP OF THE SEASON A musical hash well seasoned and served hot is a pretty good des cription of the Eighth Annual Hand Concert which will bo given inttho Chapel on Saturday evening March 19 at 730 Tho concert will undoubtedly bo tho beat that has yet been given by the band and it will be ono of the best musical entertain ments over heard In Bercn There will be something1 for every body There Is always tho best of music for those who like good music and who does not There will bestirring marches and concert pieces and instrumental solos of thq high est grade There will also bo a solo by Miss Ambrose with collo and Plano accompaniment And too there will be a stunt which is guaranteed to outdo the famous John Henrys Band of last year Tho band this year is larger than over beforetwenty four instruments and is better trained thanks to the caroTul training of Clarq Can field which has now continued several years with marked improvement each year There is no need to call in outside help this time and tho boys will also be able to handle with credit a hotter grade of music Near ly half of tho members of tho band are town boys and all are students It Is a good chance to encourage them and tho excellent work they are do Ing by attending Saturday night THE PASSION PLAY One of the best lectures of the year will bo that to bo given on next Wednesday night March 16 by Dr William E Barton ot Oak Park Illinois on the Passion Play at Ober amorgau This famous play represents tho life and death of Christ and is given only onco in ten years by the simple folk of the little village who spend the entire ton years in care ful preparation for It This is the year for its being given and thou sands of people will go from all over tho worJd to witness it We cannot all go but we can all attend this lecture and the pictures together I with Dr Bartons descriptions will make It seem as It wo wore on the spot Dr Barton has been on theI ground and has eaten dinner with Andrew Lang who plays the part of Christ and so is unusually well prepared to present a truthful and thril ling account of the play Remember i next Wednesday night I r knowledge LOOK OUT F- ORYOURSELF Consistent saving maybe slow but it is a certain and safe road to riches Open an account in our Savings Department and allow us to assist you to achieve financial in dependence As small an amount as one dollar enough with which to start an account BEREA BANK TRUST- COMPANY a BANK FOR ALL THE WASHINGTON LETTER First Taft Measure Gets Thru the Senate tho Its Own Father Would not BalllngerPlnchot Row Still SimmeringThe Storyof the Chameleon that Busted Itself Washington D C March 5 1910 Pres Taft has had his first snack this week I said last week that ho was beginning to hanker tor solid food In the way of fulfillment of the promises which Cannon and Aldrich have been making him Well he has got Just a snack The postal sav ings bank bill has passed the Sen ate To be sure the bill Is not the ono Taft sent over It is not oven very much like the one he sent over It looks as If It had been thru a foot ball game a railroad accident a Ses sion with a thrashing machine and planing mill Still It Is a postal sav ings bank bill and so In somo mea sure fulfills the party pledges The bill has next to go thru the House which will make It very dif ferent and then It has to be sent to conference between the two houses for a while and what the final result will beIf there Is a final resultIs very uncertain However It Is a step In the right direction and Taft has as I said got a bite of what ho thinks Is coming to him Meanwhile the Balllngor fuss has really held tho center of tho stage There has boon nothing very new brought out but the dispute between Mr PInchot and Balllngers lawyer have been hot and heavy has come of them except that both havo got mad It has boon admitted by Plnchot that he knows little about the matter first hand but on tho other hand tho Ballingcr men have not at all offered evidence to show that first hand or not PInchot was wrong Of course legally against a criminal It Is necessary to accept only first hand evidence but It seems rather queer to have a mem ber of the Presidents cabinet getting behind the samo fences that a com mon burglar would Also It Is worth remarking that public opinion has never had tho slightest inclination to doubt PInchot A loading magazine hca promised to produce documon tary proof to show that It Is almost Impossible for Balllnger to tell the truththat Is unless he resigns before It gets around to It Garfield has now gone on tho stand and is back Ing up PInchot The other sldo has not begun to Introduce evidence yet Otherwise things havo moved slow ly The railway bill has boon having a hearing before a Committee of tho House and contrary to expectations tho Insurgents have won tho first round of the fight and the bill as reported to the House will have tho most Important of the amendments they have suggested Still the chan ces of the bill are not the best and like all other legislation it is very doubtful how strong the measuro will bo If It finally goes thru There was a little excitement in tho House this week too over a vicious attack made on Postmaster General Hitchcock by Representative Lindbergh Republican of Minnesota ono of the Insurgents who has had all of his post office recommendations held up by Hitchcock because of his opposition to the tariff bill There Continued on fifth page Y Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern is to read a good newspaper is THE PEOPLE Nothing IN OUR OWN STATE I LastEighthiBig tend WorkProminent Louisville Man DiesJunction City Fire HARG1S IN PEN Beech Hargis has at last gone to tho Penitentiary Iln Frankfort to begin his ute eentRnco tho murder of his father Ho reached there Monday noon and was given a bath and a striped suit and toII do all he can to make a good convict out of BeechtEIGHTH PRIMARY CALLEDA primary has been called by the Demo- cratici committee of this tho Eighth District for April 30 It is under- stoodi that Jerre Sullivan has wlth- drawn from the race The fight is j expected to bo between the present Incumbent lIon Harvey Helm and j William Jennings Price of Boyle CountyPEN MANAGERS ATTACKED M H Thatcher State Inspector and Examiner In investigating tho char I gee against prison authorities of Kentucky mado by Col China re ports that they are Justified in many respects and that the treatment given prisoners in the Kentucky jails Is Inhuman and brutal Ho finds that conditions are being improved but that thoy are still barbarous PLAN FINE SCHOOL Friends of education will be pleased to learn that a hundred thousand dollars baa boon obtained for tho Baptist Insti tute at Occdla Clay County and that It la planned to enlarge that excellent school by adding first class- I modern Industrial features and a I farming school Farm lands will be bought for the purpose The present success reflects tho greatest credit andIalmost entirely due RAFTSMAN DROWNED The breaking up of a raft at the mouth of Sextons Creek tho other day caused tho death by drowning of Oakley Byrd a cousin of Floyd Byrd and several other men narrowly es caped COL BULL1TT DEADCol Thos W Bullitt one of tho leading cltlz onc of Loulsvlllo and of tho state died last week In Baltimore whoro ho I was suddenly stricken a few weeks ago 25000 FIRE LOSS The town of Junction City was seriously threat ened by a fire which caused a loss estimated at over 123000 there on Tuesday of this week- RICHMOND COURT Richmond Court Monday March 7 foli 1PlugPlug mules from 30 to 80 Gcod single mules for 115 to 175 Pairs of mules for 180 to 240 About 700 cattle at from 3 12 to 5 12 cents The demand was good werelallSaturday and SundayW Prowitt If We Could Pick Our Parents Only the wealthy could have chil I dren if babies could select their parents f rJ c s 1wt f y- PICT Iz BY 7JWfll qGJOJ2CCOP RIGHT 90G THL 08 ME L Co1 SYNOPSIS Frederick Hardy a fashionable Boston byeyglrlnd llentb7wealth a friend was to Jilted charge of an American Trading Company more In Russia On his Journey througn Japan he met Stapleton sup posedly aa Englishman They agreed toI of u- etpldou times molested by the Japanese wan arrested and found upon his person were papers showing maps of Jap forts Hardy was proven guiltless On a train he met Alsome Sano daughter of a Jap merchant In Neville shoes Jap found pictures of forts proving him to bo a tuutan spy Hardy departed for Bus sla on a steamer was wrecked y shortly afterward He was rescued by a Haul an steamer On reaching Vladivostok he was well treated He tatted for Siberia meeting Princess Romanovna on the train Hardy boarded a vessel for Amur Hardy showed the princess his expertnees an a rifle shot The steamer was stranded The princess and her maid were attacked by Chinese Hardy saved their lives The princess thanked Hardy for his heroism Manchurians fired upon the craft Hardy slew their chief Burning arrows were hurled upon the Pushkins decks An attempt was made to board the vessel The attacking Chinese were repulsed Romanoff sneered at Hardys solicitude for the princess Btanka a messenger sent for help was nailed to a cross on the shore To put an end to the awful torture Hardy himself J6 put Stanka out of his misery taking his own life In his hands Forest fires men 4aced the vessel Hardy volunteered to for Refused permission he jumped overboard and started to swim with the princess distress message Ro manoff was angry at Hardy for his brave efforts to rescue the princess He wooed her In his own savage way He said Hardy had made love openly to a Japanese girl Help came and the princess was rescued Hardy Journeyed on a raftArriving at his he took charge of the trading companys business Hardy received a letter from a so ctal leader In Boston and another from Alsome Hardy took lessons In Russian of a Jew thus connecting himself In a way with that race- CHAPTER XXIV The Mysterious Korean Boy This was the letter of the princess My dear Mr Hardy You have no doubt heard long ere this of our rescue from the Illfated Push kin Tour own adventures on the river and your safe arrival In Btryetensk are all known to me through the kindness of the police Believe me that I was die appointed to the verge of exasperation on learning that It was not through your efforts that we w re saved Tour hero Ism loses nnthlng It my eyes from the fact and yoU t i ready done enough o etabltst i y mI a my estimation as A very Reliant and noble gentleman I hardly kna Inw to thank one so mod out and rfltfitelng as yourself for all that yvi Imp don for me I can only rep i that I owe my life to you and that Iun deeply and eternally grateful If you are ever In Moscow I shall expect you to rail on me at my house on the Uoulevnrd Prechlstenka any one can tell you where It Is I hope that your affairs vlll bring you here before very C long that we may talk over our extraor dinary experiences together In the I meantime you must think of me as your very since and grateful friend ELIZABETHA ROMANOVNA Hardy read this letter over half a times and the oftener he read IIdozen more satisfaction It gave him There was a certain delicacy In the expression of her gratitude without any hint at reward other than the offer of her friendship which betokened an entire appreciation of his character and understanding of hIs motives He spent most of the day thumbing his English Russian dic tionary and composing his reply which being in a language In which a he was as yet a novice was somewhat stilted This in effect Is what ho at last worked out i Most Noble Lady- I beg that you will no longer give a thought to the part which I played upon the Amur To be of service to so charm Ing and exalted a lady as yourself Is a happiness and distinction which calls for no further reward It I am In addition to be honored by your friendship my recompense Is far greater than my desert Very cordially yours FREDERICK COURTLAND HAnDY Baruch when he came in tho even Ing cast a critical eye over the letter and pronounced It excellent Even as It Is ho declared 7t would be possible for tho lady to un derstand ttand she would not laugh Nevertheless there are two or three little alterations to bo madeyou would scarcely call them corrections You are as polite as a Frenchman Mordecal Your two or threo little alterations have amounted to rewrit ing the whole thing Now we will ad dress the envelope I think you had better do that so as to get It exactly right It goes to her highness the Princess Ellzabetha Romanovna Pre cblstcnka street Moscow At the mention of this name liaruchs taco grew livid and his eyes glowed with sudden hate Romanovna he hissed of the Romanoffs of Moscow I have good cause to hate and detest that name That accursed house was most violent In the persecutions that resulted In the expulsion of the Jews from Mos cow They used all their Influence to bring this about because they cov eted certain property owned by the Hebrews which the latter refused tu sell A wholo peaceful and Industrious community was uprooted In a sin gle night driven from their homos and their vocations ordered to leave with their wives and families their sick and their old and to make shift an best they could In the accursed Palo My father the trusted and lion ored cashier of a bank with a salary of 3iOO a year a position to which lio had Isen through 20 years of faithful service was kicked out like a dog and told to go You cannot realize what suffering all this led to My faj ther reduced to menial tasks to support his family died in six months of grief I have small love for the blood of Romanoff They are all insolent tyrants and oppressors My dear Mordecal replied Hardy believe me your tale of wrong fills me with pity and indignation and I do not wonder at the of your feelings I have small doubt that all you say of the Romanoffs Is true with one exception You must except the princess who is a sweet and noble lady with aa tender and as generous a heart as ever beat in a womans breastThe Jew made no reply but quietly directed the envelope and shortly aft er took hIs leave He had not been gone more than ten minutes before Hardy heard a tap at the door of his room and called Come lni in Russian Vaslll entered in great excitement- Is the Jew heretohe asked Ills manner was bold and he did not remove his hat No replied Hardy Why whats the matter now What do you want with hlmr The people want him cried Vaslll the Christians A Christian child has disappeared and they think the ac I It the Was Bold cursed Jews sacrificed him This thing has gone on long enough Vaslll was speaking Russian now Only last spring a Christian young man was found dead murdered and the police could not find out who did it They laid It on the Jews Who else could have dono It Would a Christian murder a Christian Impossible Such things must stop We are going to tear down the Jewish houses and the Jewish store If we do not find the child wo will kill every Jew In Stryetensk We will tear their chil dren to pieces With this Vaslll rushed from the room Hardy gazed for some moments at closed door through which his clerk had just disappeared This Is getting serious he mut tered at last rising It may even result in serious consequences to the storeUp to this moment ho had not been able to realize that human beings many of whom could read and write could bo capable of such fanaticism or that credence In the medieval su perstition of chlldsacrlflco could still exist The thought that ho was alone here In the midst of this Irresponsible population gave him uneasiness as to hIs own safety He wondered how generally the report was circulated that he himself was a Jew and tho suspicion crept through his mind that perhaps Vaslll was responsible for It Could It be possible that the lUsrlrn cherished ambitions of being made manager Hardy looked at his pistol and determined if It became necessary to defend blraself But as Tor Baruch would It be possible to do any thing for him There were ho re membered about a dozen Jewish fam lias In town residences were t clustered together in one quarter while the house in which Baruch dwelt with his aged mother was at some die tance from these Perhaps it would be possible to reach Mordecai before the Christians got there and warn him If necessary he would offer the Jew the shelter of the store He seized his hat and went out into the dimly lighted street He had gone only a short distance when a boy stopped him with a detaining hand Hardy looked down and his eyes fell on a Korean youth He knew instantly that It was a Korean from the costume Baggy trousers loose blouse and hat of bamboo frame covered with hair clothTen thousand pardons excellency said the boy In imperfect Russian I came to see If you could give me em ployment I have been In town only two days and must have work I can run errands or carry packages I shall be very useful to you you dont know how useful and Industrious I shall bel And I hm Intelligent too very very Intelligent The plea was so Ingenuous the young voice so eager that Hardy was touchedI in a great hurry now my boy ho said Be hero when I come Jew Here He Asked His Manner have tho whose back and I will talk with you We could use an errand boy I was think ing of that very thing today But excellency persisted the boy perhaps I can be of use to you now You will see how Intelligent I am Ho spoke rapidly and his Russian though bristling with errors was eas fly understood Hoping to get em ployment of you and to become useful I have mode Inquiries The people here hate you and they are thIrst- Ing for the blood of the Jews You are a very bright boy he said at last I really believe you could do this thing cotter than L Run then to the Jewish quarter and see what Is going on Then hasten to the house of Mordecai Baruch do you know where It Is1 Yes excellency You passed there this morning with him and he went In- Well You have been shadowing me Tell Mordecai to bring his moth er to my store if they are in real danger and I will try to protect them The Russians will hardly daro attack American property Then run back to me as fast as you can Yes excellency The boy was gone and Hardy after watching his slender form as It flew down tho street until it disappeared around the corner turned and reen tered the store Removing his coat and hat ho sat down at his table and awaited the boys return The more ho thought of this occurrence the stranger it seemed to him Seldom had he acted so purely on Impulse as In the present Instance But the boy had come up to him so suddenly ho was so quickwitted and his proposi tion so sensible that there was no re listing him Hardy had heard that I the Koreans were a bright race natur ally but never before had he received personal evidence of tho fact Ho now concluded that they compared favor ably in this respect with the precocious Japanese- In less than half an hour the boy was back The housekeeper brought him to the door of Hardys living room and admitted him He had the girlish cast of features that had made it so difficult for Hardy to distinguish between the Korean boys and girls In Vladivostok Ills hair was drawn up into a tight knot on top of his head and his face save for a livid scar across his right cheek and temple was positively beautiful Well t said Hardy The worst is happening said the boy quietly Tho wolves are howling and have already smelled blood They are maddened by the scent of It They are demolishing tho Jewish houses are stealing their valuables and burn- Ing their furniture A number of the Jews are barricaded In the Jewish store and a great crowd Is collected In front howling for blood Mordecai and his mother have disappeared- My God exclaimed Hardy I must go immediately to the police It will do no good said the boy the chief of tho police has left town and tho police themselves are assist ing in the work of destruction Your own life unless you use great die cretlon will bo In danger It Is rumored that you are a friend and as sociate of Jews perhaps a Jew your self I tore this from a wall He laid on a table a poster bearing a crude woodcut of the Saviours head wearing the crown of thorns Beneath were the words Death to those who murdered our LordHardy arose and paced the floor his hands In his pockets From time to time he stopped and listened but all was silence without Had you not better fly while you canIt was the voice of the boy whose He Christie Are presence he had for the moment for gottenFly No I came hero to stay and whoever attempts to interfere with me that ho has caught a Tartar and no Jew What is your nameWang excellency Wang what Just Wang Well Wang you are a good boy and I shall find you a place to sleep I can make use of you hallo whats that Do you not hoar something They both listened Yes sir I hear the foot of a man running as for his life and hoarse shouts in the distance CHAPTER XXV War My Boy Wart Hardy ran through tho large prin room of the store lighted by n single kerosene lamp with reflector to the door This he opened and bo gan to shove up the iron shutter lie had not raised It more than two feet when Mordecai gilded through be it and slammed it down again He was chattering with fright Even by that dim light Hardy could see that the Jews face was tho color of veal and that his eyes wore dilated with horror Save me Save me he pleaded hoarsely as he fumbled at the big key with trembling fingers vainly trying to lock the door Hark he whispered the Chris tians are after me Do you not hoar them howling like wolves They will tear me to pieces I And Indeed at that moment the sound of savage voices could bo hoard louder and louder as they came near er shrieking barking howling Moscbke Moscbke The Jew The Jew Mordecai sank to the floor and threw his arms about Hardys knees Save me save me and I will be your slave Hardy seized the man by his shoul ders shook him roughly and pulled him to his feet Get up man he said quietly and pull yourself together I will do all I can for you Wang take him away from the doortake him back Into the store They may hear him hereIYes Yes chattered Mordecai I will hide Hide me boy bide me I have money I will make you rich There was a sudden crash n loud hammering on the Iron shutter Evi deafly the Russians had been whls paring together and this sign of momentary hesitation gave Hardy reas suranceWhat do you want he shouted through the door The Jew The Jew earns back the response In a roar Watt a moment he called back I will come out and talk to you There was a garret reached by a ladder A window faced the street and from this he determined to par Hark Whispered the ns After Mel I will find if cipal neath ley with the mob He ran toward the ladder but was stopped by Wang who glided up to him- I have an Idea said tho boy Are there no priests robes In the store Hardy gazed at him for a moment and then sudden comprehension seized him Good he cried good I Springing to a counter he jerked down a long priests robe and tall hot Mordecai was crouching between bales of cloth From these Hardy dragged him forth Hero man ho commanded put those on and go out by the bad door and walk hurriedly away Walk all night then throw them away You will be safe as soon as you are out of Stryetensk Como come man hold out your arms There Its your only chance Hero put on the hat nnd let me hang this cross about your neck When you hear me talking to the mob let him out of the back door Wag Go with the toy I tell you I man The mob will be In hero soon Goodby and good luck I Ho seized the terrified mans hand which was colt nnd limp ns the hand of a dead man and then scrambled up the ladder The uproar had commenced again and tho pounding on the door was being renewed Ho throw open tho shutter of the window and looked out There wore at least COO people In tho crowd many of whom were carrying flaming torches which they hold high abovo their heads All ages were repro sented from babes In the arms of mothers to old men and bewhiskered countryman In blouses and high boots hardy noticed several policemen In the throng as well as two or three prIestsThere ho Is shouted some one and the cry went up The Jew The Jowl Throw him out to UH loOt us In to him What do you want of him asked Hardy Wo want to play with him I came the reply followed by horrid cruel laughterFriends said Hardy you mut be careful what you do bore This Is e not Jewish property It belongs to an American n Christian Frederick Emory a Good man whom wo all knowHardy did not realize till that mo mont how much Russian he knew Ho felt that ho could have talked Chinos had It been necessary Wo do not want to destroy tho property We want the Jew Mor decal Pitch him out to us No said a tall Russian who seemed to be a ringleader Wo do not want to destroy the property but we will burn It to time ground If you do not glvo up the Jew The Jews raiwt die They crucified our Saviour they sacrifice Christian children slut I Assure you good friends ar guod Hardy that Modecal had noth- Ing to do with crucifying the Saviour That happened 2000 years ago Ho Is making sport of usN howled the mob He Is a Jew himself Toll us sneered the tall man are you a Jewr 111m not a Jow replied Hardy firmly I am a Christian There In not a drop of Hebrew blood In my veinsThen prove It to w It has been said that you are a Jew If you are a Christian you will throw out the Jew that we zany tear him In piece that we may boot him to death Act quickly for we must have the JIAnd again that awful cry wont up The MoMhk The Mochke The Jew The Jew Hardy felt a light touch on his arm and Wang whispered to him He la gone ho has got away Friends said lardy In a calm clear voice 1 cannot most your totThere Is no Jew here I give you my word that Mordocnl Is not hero Vaslll now stood out front tho others v Mr Hardy ho said wo saw him run In this direction Wo are sure he was coming hero Whore else could ho ho sock protection save In tho house of his companion and friend This sneeringly Do you doubt my word sir naked InIwhich lido your broad In buttered This Is your opportunity Ip win Mr Emerys favor I do not doubt your word sir but theso people will be haul to con vinceI saw tho Jew go Into the store shrieked a boy Ho crawled under the Iron door Ho Is lying to us howled tho mob Beat In tho door tenth to the Jew to the Jowl- Pandemonium now broke loose again Heavy rocks were hurled against time doors and windows and three or four stout Russlqns brought up a log to batter In phi Iron shutter Oh my dear master pleaded tho Korean boy fly while there Is yet time They will kill you they will tear you In pieces They arc mad menI shall not fly said Hardy They may kill mo If they wish but I will teach them a lesson first At this moment a droshky drove up through tho throng the driver furl stoppedbeforeTO UE CONTINUED The Mean Thing Mrs Poyndextur was Just dropping off to sleep but her hlHband was wakeful I heard n dozy today ho began about Oh dont bother me Jason she murmured Im sleepy I was only going to say I dont want to hear IU Its about Cant you lot mo go to sleep About Mrs Mrs who demanded hIs wile sitting straight up widooyed nnd In terestedIve always nuuced said Mr Poyndcxter yawning that tho way to get a womans attention Is to toli her a story about some other von anYoutha Companion y c Religion as Friendshipwith God Br REV DR HUGH T KERR Puter FulUrton Avenue PrtibrUrUaChurch ChlclIoIl Matt 123IMen think of God In threo ways Tho man In the street believes In a nonresident God Occasionally ho visits this world and then we have a miracle For him God Is what the philosophers call transcendent Tho men and women who have poetic tem peraments and artistic tastes believe in a God who is everywhere whoso dwelling Is In the round ocean and tho living air and tho blue sky and In tho mind of man For them Ood Is what the philosophers call Im manent The third way of thinking about God Is tho Christian way and it combines what Is true In both of the preceding views It proclaims that God while still remaining the in finitely holy God Is yet with npel closer to us than breathing nearer than hands or feet This was nnd Is no new Idea it Is as old as the Hlblo In beautiful and majestic language tho first chapters of Genesis picture tho coming of tho Lord God Into tho garden to walk and talk with his children In tho cool of withAand In promises ofttimes repeated God Insists that ho will never leave nor forsake his people This was tho very truth God was try Ing to reveal to his people throughout tho full length of their recorded his tory God never changed his attitude toward his children but they blinded by prejudice and selfishness refused to understand So It was line upon line precept upon precept It Is like all treat revelations What Is given Ii not always revealed We are both be- Ing given on every hand facts of mu nicipal corruption and political jobbery and yet the great majority of our citizens are still unconcerned The reason that made the revelations of tho Old Testament Inchoative Iny In tho fact that words conceal as much as they reveal All that God could say and toll about himself was not sufficient to create n personal friend ship The world did not know God Ho was still hidden misunderstood and misinterpreted God was a king n judge n detective Tho promise of companionship and personal friendship with n detective who Is sworn to shadow you and finally arraign you before tho bar of judgment Is not appealing to say the least To many people of tho olden times nnd to many people oven yet God Is a sort of selfappointed detective His eye Is on us his hand Is over us his enr Is open to hear but hits presence distresses when thought of under such categories So It was that at last God had to speak not in tho words of any human language but In tho language of n human life The Word becomes flesh Last of all he sent his Son nnd In the living characters of n hu man early life wo understood what God lieu been trying to tell the world for centuries They called hlc name Immanuol God with us Under this new conception of the nearness 01 God to our human life common things became sacred The supernatural Is expressed to us In the terms of the natural Wo look for God no longer In signs and wonders nnd the spectacular but In tho moving of the Spirit of God through the things among which wo live We no longer see an occasional bush that Is aflame with a strange revelation but wo be hoW earth crammed with heaven nnd every common bush aflame with God Tho little Child the manger and the cattle In tho stalls tho stars above us the sheep In tho field tho wise men on theIr long search fatherhood and moth crhood all become sacred and the new year would become singularly fruitful blessedness nnd peace If In the dally round and the common task wo could bo sure that God Is with us The presence of God with us In the O days and duties of this now year means hope and Inspiration Will God In deed dwell with men Tho heaven and heaven of heavens cannot contain him nut If It Is true that God does Indeed dwell with his people there Is high hopo for all of us In that Tho other week our president went down to tho slums of Now York city and talked to tho men who as the world says were down and out Next day n wondrous thing took place Men who had trailed their honor In tho dust held up their heads with a newborn hope It he has faith In us to come hero and tell us wo still have a chance perhaps It Is worth while to try And If tho eternal God has faith In tho Chil dren of men to enter personally nnd permanently Into their life of sin nnd sorrow and shame perhaps there Is a more wondrous redemption In n love like that Through him wo are born again Into a living hope It religion Is friendship with God and If God has entered into compan ionship with us then religion as friendship with God becomes n vital nnd beautiful reality Mrs Drowning asked Charles Kingsley to tell her tho secret of his happy and beautiful life and ho replied tc her sympathetic re quost I had a friend There Is n rUnny side everywhere that was put there by an Allwise Providence to give us a chnnco to sometimes forget our troubles and burdens The man who lovos good loves God whether he knows It or n t REPRESENT KENTUCKY IN UNITED STATES SENATE Thomas II Payntor Democrat ot Grecnup was born in Lewis county Kentucky Dec 9 1851 was educated In the common schools Rands Academy and at Center College Danvlllo Ky studied law was admitted to tho bar In 1872 and actively engaged In the practice ot law was appointed county attorney for Groenup county Kentucky In 187C and held the office T H PAYNTER until 1878 when ha was elected to that office and held It until 1882 was elected to the Flftyllrst Fiftysecond and Fiftythird Congresses was elect ed judge of tho court of appeals of Kentucky In November 1894 for nn eightyear term and to accept which ho resigned In January 1895 us a member of the Fiftythird Congress was reelected judge of tho court of appeals In 1902 which position ho held until August 1 190G when ho resigned was elected to tho United State Senate for the term beginning March 4 1907 Ills term of Horvlco will expire March 3 1913 William O Uradloy Republican of Iteoohmont a suburb of IxHiIsvillo was born near Lancaster Ky March 18 1847 educated In the ordinary local schools never having attended WILLIAM O BRADLEY college and quitting school at the ago of 14 on account of tho breaking out of tho civil war ran away from homo and joined tho Union army twice but on account of youthfulnoss was taken from tho service by his father was elected governor in 1895 by a plurality of 8912 was nominated by his party for United States Senator and voted for four times prior to 1908 and in February 1908 was elected to tho United States Senate Ills term of service will expire March 3 191G JWINDURNE HARD TO CORNER Great Writers Ruse to Escape Re porter Who Wanted Interview Mr Algernon Charles Swinburne whoso latest work Tho Age of Shakespeare has Just been published has a great dislike to being Inter anylengthporter Somo tlmo ago however an enterprising Journalist determined to obtain some copy from him at all costs and waited on Wimbledon com mon at n spot where ho knew the poet would pass on his dally walk Pres ently Mr Swinburne made his appear alice and the exultant scribe approached him In hid most persuasive manner For a moment Mr Swinburne was too dismayed to answer nnd feel ing that at his ago flight was Impos sible ho was nonplused how to act Suddenly an Idea occurred to him and yourlipsutono deaf I cannot hear what you say I will thereforo wish you good morning The little ruse was entirely successful nnd with a disap pointed look the crestfallen Interview er departed to think out another ar tide Cheap Fireless Cooker Miss Winifred Gibbs of the Associa tion for Improving the Condition of tho Poor of Now York report that she line had unusual success In Introducing the flro is cooker among the women of the east side Miss Gibbs maked a flroloas cooker at a cost of only a few cents Her materials consist of a but ter tub a bag of sawdust a tin pall Alth a closely fitting top and two yards of denim She Is said to have niaro than a dozen going full blast among tho tenement families that she uacbcs j J A Paralytic Forgiven and Healed SuJij School Ltuoa for Mirth 20 1910 Specially Amnfad for This Paper LESSON TEXTMatthcw 913 Mem ory verse 2- GOLDEN TfiXTThe Son of Man hath power on earth to forgive sIna Matt 96- TIME of this Incident by comparison with the more historical order of Mark and Luke Matthew order here In logical rather than historical In Mayor June A D S several weeks before the Sermon on tho Mount ILACECapernautn In a private house Suggestion and Practical Thought- A louse in Capernaum Jesus Preaching the GospelV 2 Mark 21 2 Luko G17 The scene Is pic tured more fully by Mark and Luke An oriental house The common houses are usually of ono story with a flat roof and outside stairs to the roof for during tho heat of tho sum mer the family always sleep there The better houses consist of an open courtyard in which Is frequently a fountain or a well This Is sur rounded on three sides by rooms with bare almost windowless walls on the outside with narrow doorway In the center opening Into the courtyard to which there Is no other access Round three sides of this open square are attacked chambers sometimes wholly or partially Inclosed sometimes with only pillars supporting the roof between which curtains may bo hung The principal or reception room is on the side facing the entrance At one end of this room Is a raised platform The audience Wo see here gath ered a great number of people thronging the house with oriental freedom crowding and pressing around the doors In their eagerness to hear the young teacher and miracle worker who was creating no little excitement The preacher Wo see Jesus preach- Ing to these crowds either In the cen tral room or under the covered veran da and not only preaching but heal ing Luke While the services are proceeding we look up the street and see a com pany of men approaching Ono of them Is paralyzed either having lost tho use of his limbs by ordinary paralysis or more probably having them drawn together In a cramped and painful position as we have several times seen persons Four men wore carrying this man on some kind of a litter on which was laid his bed con slating of a padded quilt or comforter These men all had faith in the healing power of Jesus faith built upon the foundations of tact When this little band arrived at tho house they could not enter on recount of the crowd This was a new test of their faith But they wore enterpris ing and Ingenious nnd undlscouragcd they carried the sick man up the out side stairs upon the low toot of the house they broke a hole through the roof of branches nnd earth and tak ing the mattress by the tour corners let the man down among the audience In front of Jesus Wo now see the surprise of the nu dience as the sick man In lot down through the ceiling In front of Jesus Jesus seeing their faith through which only could the man receive the blessings Jesus had to give Bo of good cheer take courage all you deslro In your heart and more Is awaiting you Thy sins be are forgiven thee Jesus gives him the greater blessing first the foundation blessing of his whole life without which the blessing of healing would bo small and tempo raryAnd ho arose and took up his bed and In the presence of the assem bly Mark departed to his house n living unimpeachable witness to Jesus thut he was the Messiah doing precisely what the Messiah naturally would do- Jesus is still doing director for us today tho same kind of works ho did In Palestine There still are faith cures Still more nre enabled so to live that health Is the fruit of their Christian living II Jesus is largely working through his disciples They are doing In vari ous ways the same kinds of work which Jesus did the works which Jesus taught were the marks of those who are to bo welcomed Into tho kingdom of heaven Matthew 25 do- Ing them In his name BS when the cup of cold water was given The Need of Growth Every sorrow should leave behind It some touch of sanctity and every joy should bring the blush and bloom of the beauty of holiness and every day should see some advance toward the realization of the Christian char actor It I have to look back and say that ten years ago I was more like Christ than I am today It Is high time I began to search for the reason of the decline It Is high tlmo I dis covered the point at which the die ease entered which parented the dominance of the Christ life and pap alyzcd my faculties and robbed me of my power There should be growth and growth Into Ikcnosn of Christ Rev O Campbell Morgan Obedience The crowning grace of the Christian life Is obedience Nothing can dis placo It In the heart To learn the will of Rod and then to be willing to do his commands will lend the soul out Into peace joy and satisfaction Tho loftiest attainment to which any child of redeeming grace can spore this side of leaven said Dr Theo dore L Cuylor Is to do the will of the Master Every taans task is tie life pro znrvor Ralph Waldo Emerson 60 PERISH IN A MINE BLAST EXPLOSION OF POWDER BLOWS MINERS TO FRAGMENTS Crash Occurs In 1100Foot Level Mon Caught In Trap100 Are Seriously Injured Juneau Alaska Dy the explosion of a powder magazine In tho Mexi can shaft of the Treadwcll mines Thursday GO miners caught like rats In a trap at tho 1100 foot level with no possible chance of escape were blown to fragments and 100 others were seriously Injured many of whom It Is feared may die Tho bodies of the dead were blown Into unrecognizable masses ot human flesh The scene when a rescuing party descended to the level was In describable The dead were lying around piled ono on the top of tho other and the groans and screams ot the Injured were heartrending- It Is believed that moro of the In jured will succumb to their injuries There Is a deplorable lack of medical men and In the company hospitals which are crowded to tho limit the mangled miners are suffering for want of medical attention Tho cause of the accident Is not known at this time It Is believed however that the explosion Is tho result of a miners lamp coming In contact with the powder magazine Not a man In the portion of the mine where the explosion occurred escaped Injury Tho scenes about tho mouth of the mine aro pitiful Tho families of the miners are gathered about the en trance to tho shaft and as the bodies are carried from the death trap there Is a wild rush to get near enough to mako an effort at Identification So badly aro the bodies torn and mangled that tho only possible means of Identification In most cases has been by the clothing or property found In the pockets EXPOSES BIG OLEO FRAUDS Witness Links Representative Mox leys Firm with Illicit Dealers Who Are Under Indictment Chicago Sensation after sensation broke out In the oleomargarine scan day Thursday Chief of tho disclos ures consisted of a detailed account under oath by an employe of William Uroadwell of the relations of William J Moxley Inc manufacturer of but terlne with tLo Illicit dealers now un der Indictment for coloring oleomargarine and selling the colored prod uct without paying to the government- the tax of ten cents a pound by the federate statute William P Moxley head of the but terlne manufacturing house Is con gressman from the Sixth district Tho testimony Implicating tho Mox ley house was given by William Dortz who with Samuel Drlesbach appeared before Judge Landis to plead guilty and receive sentence Hertz sworo that tho Moxley bush ness concern cold to Droadwcll the uncolored butterlno delivering It after seven oclock at night gave away with It the coloring matter In bottles told Droadwells employes how to use It even to the point of telling them to cover up tho holes of the store where It was mixed so no light could shine through and also sold wrappers for onepound packages stamped Inspected and Passed by the Pure Food Department of the United States Government Witness also testified that Moxleyi people delivered these wrappers after the evening closing hours INDICTED BEEF MAN PLEADS Frederick W Cooper Answers Not Guilty to New Jersey In dictment New York The first personal appearance of one of the indicted pack- Ing company officials occurred when Frederick B Cooper a director and eastern agent of Swift Co ot Chicago came Into Judge Blairs court accompanied by his attorneys and pleaded not guilty Tho plea was ac companied by reservation of the privi lege of withdrawal for tho purpose oi demurring Mr Coopers attorney said that his client appeared as an Individual and not for Swift Co Judge Blair fixed ball at 2500 IN TRANCE FOR 56 HOURS Youth at SagInaw Placed Under Hypnotic Spell by Telephone Can not Be Aroused Saginaw Mich A sensation was caused here when tho police removed from tho show window of a lo cal music house David Anderson a young man who had lain In trance for 50 hours under the hypnotic Influence of a man styling himself Prof Powers The authorities are trying to arouse Anderson but he Is Insensible to every device employed and lies like one dead in a room in the Wesley hotel Anderson was put under tho hypnot ic spell Saturday evening by long die tanco telephone from Lansing Sugar Company Is Cited New YorkTho federal grand jury Thursday handed In a presentment against the American Suger Refining Company charging It with contempt of court In failing to produce books and papers called for by the grand jury TwentyNine New Banks Washington During February 29 banks with a total capital of 7195 000 were authorized to btgln business by the comptrollers office of the treas ury department 7 1885 Berea College 190 i FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of aU Dyer 60 instructors 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign countries Largest college library ii Kentucky NO SALOONS I I A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where 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 AritbmeUoIand the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing BibltHandwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frictions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn 5 ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have larger finished common branches The most practical and interesting studios U fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young maul may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Scleno I ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as tall and winter terms Is very profitable BmaH extra tees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with LaUD Gen man Algebra History Science etc fitting for collegefCOLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Sclentlflo courses use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses lIt for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flrst class certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano ThearrBand may be token as an extra In connection with any course Small fees extraIIExpenses Regulations Opening DaysIBerea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re I celved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expenda on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peopleIwho are supporting Bcrea In order that It may train young men and women t for lives of usefulness I OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect j the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from ma7boAll except those with parents In Borea live In College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train I 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 more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from EO cents to one dollar a weele- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc varji with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes ore necessary The Coopera live Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring EO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee tor 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 builds Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a tree gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term U in Academy and Normal and 700 in Colle giate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle at term 945tWINTER12 weeks 52900tn one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900- SPRINGI0 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle et term 075 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work MX SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exam nations 11545- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of e 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 Expenses there is a large loss ootxo stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will reruns only onehalt of the 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 echo a certificate for onehalf the incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Bcrca College on payment of term bills by the Itao dent in person or a brother or sister if presented within four terms The tint day of Fall term is September 15 1909 The first day of Winter term is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term to March 30 1910 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA J 1 That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see It The mountain people like a good tiling when they seo if and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and Tho Citizen for 1125 That brings ic subscriptions all the time U you have not got it you ought to have I 1 i COYLESY- OU PAY LESS OR GET MORE BEREA KENTUCKY t MUSLIN UNDERWEARt + COMPLETE STOCK GOWNS CORSET COVERS DRAWERS PETTICOATS u oiolosososososolososoosoosososososoeosososososososo 0 ili0 0- fosososoeoeosososocsososososososososooAosoosooeos DR BEST DENTIST CITY PHONE 153 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Kuoxvllle 630 a m 1100 p in B10REA 129 p m 357 a a Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m South Bound Local Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m BEREA 1159 0 m 1229 p m Knoxville 700 p m 550 a m flExpress Trains to let off and take on passen from beyond Cincinnati or from 1Jgers and beyond South Bound t 815 a m BEREA 1144 a m North Bound BEREA 456 p m Cincinnati 835 pstn These two trams will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P R It at Cincinnati so that Berea pas sengers for Chicago may go thru wlthout changing Messrs Taylor and Osborno were in Richmond last week to attend courtDr and Mrs Thomson and Whlttl more Boggs are in Louisville to at tend the meeting of the trustees of Lincoln Institute Mrs Stanley Prost returned last week from the South where she has been for a few weeks Her mother Mrs Fairchild will not return for a few weeks as she is visiting relatives in Atlanta Mrs L C Gabbard returned last Wednesday from Indianapolis Ind where she had been receiving treatment for rheumatism Mrs Azblll the mother of Mrs I C Davis has boon very Ul at her t home for several days j New spring goods now on display everything for womens and chil i drens wear Mrs S R Baker Mrs Soda King and daughter Bertha wore shopping in Richmond last Thursday Mm Lathrop of Oklahoma is visiting her son who Is In school here and alto her sister Miss Speer Red Bingham left at the first oC the week for Cincinnati to work J This Rev H W Elliott of Sulphur Ky who is President and Treasurer M of State Board of the Disciples church of Kentucky preached at the Dls olploa church here last Sunday morn ing and night l Miss Margaret Wallace spent Sat urday and Sunday with relatives at y Richmond I Mr Bennett stopped over there a couple of days last week to see his two sons Raymond and Robert arc In school ou his way fromI clnI1 cinnati to his homo at Central 1 JNext WeekJ t at I Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW A CLEAN AND UPTOTHEMINUTEBath Down Stairs Boone Tavern S R SEALE Prop Miss Eva Murray of Cincinnati 0 came Monday to take charge of Mrs S R Bakes millinery department The ladles of the Baptist church met last Wednesday at the church and organized a Womans Industrial which will meet every two weeks on Wednesday Mrs Jobn Hoskins was the guest of Mr and Mrs J W Evans at the first of tho week Dr L A Davis returned last week from Florida where he has been vis- Iting his wife and children FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 50 cents per 15 Write Mrs Maggie Fowler Bores Ky or call at homo 2 miles north of Bores Mr and Mrs Josiah Burdetto re tuned Thursday after spending the winter in tho south WANTED One hundred cords of good bard wood at 2 per cord Must be delivered at once Apply to the Treasurer of BereA College Plans for adding another story to Boone Tavern are being earnestly considered by the Prudential Com mittee The patronage of the hotol has boon so great and the demand for accommodations so inslstant that often prospective guests have been turned away or have been put to I sleep on the lounges The Investment Committee of Trustees have author ized the improvement and plans from the architects have already been re ceived It is likely that a final de cision on the work will be reached soon Delightful lectures were In the Chapel Tuesday and WednesdayI nights ly James Speed and he also gave talks In the morning on nat uro study subjects Ills subject Tuesday night was A Blue Grass Vaca tion and on Wednesday night The Haunt of the Great Blue Heron My health having foiled me in the west I haw returned to Berca I am now ready for blacksmith and carriage work In my old stand on Center street Your trade is always sollcted and will be appreciated Miss Helen Baker who has boon sick with typhoid fever is Improving and is now able to sit up The wedding of Mr Bennett Fowler and Miss Flavia Baker was solemlz ed at the Commercial Hotel on Feb 24 at 1230 by the Rev Howard Hud son Many of their friends were pro sent After the cermony the couple left on the 130 train All join in wishing them a long and happy life MRS EARLYS Sewing Machine Repairs We Keep Repairs for Any Kind of Sewing Machine Made BELTS BOBBINS NEEDLES AND SHUTTLES Try one of our Boyle Belts Makes the machine run a fourth easier THE PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATED BEREA KENTUCKY FARM FOR SALE Small farm for rent or sale near Wallaceton Call on W A Ogg Mr W P ProwlU tho auctioneer Is able to be about again after being confined for some time with a bad spell of grippe The TeeDcoTco met with Miss Eatella Blcknoll last Friday nightI A most desirable Improvement is being effected in white washing tho fenco which surrounds the socalled public square commonly known as tho Gamble potato patch Judge T J Coyle is in town on his way from the South tov Saskatchewan Canada The electric light cable has been laid to the Boone Tavern and tho lighting system there Is expected to show marked Improvement In then r future Several merchants In this end of town are also planning to make use cf the electric fluid as soon as possible J Edgar Moore of the Berea IMr and Trust Company Is kept chicIkenpox The measles epidemic is gott ing along as usual with no serious cases and not many anyhow Mrs Cowley leaves Saturday for New York state where she will vis it with her parents for a couple of weeks before starting for Europe Dr Cowley will follow her leaving here the 29th of March They will sail April 2 from New York on the Neckar for Naples Italy and will spend a couple of weeks in Italy and Switzer land before going to Vienna where Dr Cowley will spend tho summer In medical studies W D Logsdon was In town from Panola on Wednesday to complete the transfer of his property on Center Street to Mr Will IsaacsIAt the regular meeting of tho i Mountain Literary Society last Friday i afternoon a mock trial was held j Mr Achilles Webb was the defend i ant accused of stealing clothes from I the line of Mr W I Powell Tho oabIbardthe defense Mr Sowell Combs and Mr Frye Court stenographer lie tense Mr Sparks prosecution Miss Beechor The testimony of three witnesses was taken Mr Powell Horace Caldwell Miss Annie Powell and Mr Tom Terry The court adjourned at the ringing of the supper bell to meat at 430 Friday March 11 L L Si1 don has been visiting Mrs Shadoln at Boone Tavern Dr W T Arayx of McKee was In town on buBioeM lut week SPRING OPENING Your presence Is most earnestly re quested during our Spring Mllllnwy opening on Thursday Friday and Saturday March 17 18 and 19 This exhibition will be a fitting mostIj requested i Mrs Jennie B Fish O W e invIte to irn our excellent assortmentof styl ish Spring I an ray ofstylish streetand trimmed hatsincludi- ng J the famous ACH i MRS Main Street Ky 5 I o e College Items I e 0- o e0- i HERE AND THERE o o I osososososososososososososProf for a couple of days lost week and unable to be out to his classes Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Munich graduates of the Berca General Hospital who havo been nursing in tho Tattle Clay Infirmary at Richmond visited friends and rel nUrse hero last week J L Cornott a former student was la town on business over Sunday dAUgh1tMfirst of tho week Eugene Thomson was In Lexington lut Thursday making arrangements for tho trnek meet Pearsons Hall has been opened and tho first floor was quickly tilled by tho boys whoso quarters wore used for measles patlcn lIMr Edwin Milton Fairchild ot PairIII Boron was In town over Sunday On I Saturday night ho delivered a store opUcon lecture In tho chapel ou The I True SporUman I There Must Be Some Reasonf- or the fact that during tho season just past vo sold more suils from The Globe Tailoring Company- of Cincinnati than during any two sea sons before We know it is the clothes them selves If tho good looks good quality variety and allaround good tailoring arc what you want in a suit we can certainly recom mend GLOBE goods to I you at every stage of the industry We show this complete line Come and make your Easter selection SPRINGWPENING MilliperyWewillI MillineryGO T- OWJTatumsi FOR Fresh Groceries- I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky Regent George X Bills la in Nash ville attending the convention of tho Society for the Promotion ot Roll Rtous Instruction Prof J W Dlmunoro was In Ind ianapolis lost week attending the con ference of MiporlntahdenU In the N K A Word has been received hero by friends of Cam Lewis that ho has obtained a place as nui orlntendcnt of 11 seal mine In Leo County West Vlr ginia Home for Aped Women By the will of Mrs Mary B Jones of Knoxville Ill 880000 has been left to that city for the erection and maintenance of a home for aged women PRINCETON I AN MODEL COPTRlCriT IP09 BY JDAVID If CO NW YOh RHODUS C HAYES MAIN STREET The 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and 64 page book Home Treatment for Women sent free wI FINETRACK WORK Splendid Chances Offered Berea Athletes for Honor This SpringState Unlvera Ity Coming Here for Dual Meet with UsOur Chances Good at the Inter Collegiate Meet In Lexington Athletic glory with all tbo emolu ments generally pertaining thereto la held out to lloroa boys In unusu ally largo measure this spring In football and baseball BO much de ponds on team work and couching that a brilliant Individual often falls to win proper rooognltlon but this prlng In the truck work there Is to bo every chance to earn laurels without this handicap Dorca la to take part In three track moots two at homo and ono at Lexington and each will offer great opportunities to the athletics The first moot will be that hold here ngalnst State University alone Laat year In the InterCollegiate moot State defeated hurts byi only a tow polnUf and lab year wo IIAVO every opportunity to match theta man for man and try our strength There is no reason why wo should not win from thorn for In many waya we have hero bettor track material than they have at State and this Is a thing In whloh coating counts tor Very little Following this will oomo the InterCollegiate meet In Lexington least your Huron took an easy second place thoro and tills year Mould do at least an well last of nil will como the Field Day on the homo grounds With all this to work for It la not surprising that the boys are getting excited and that track work will arouse more Interest this year than aver before Some thlrtyflvo boys have already boon out and it Is ex pected that fully fifty will soon bo trying for places on tho team An athletic meeting took place of the regular locturo last Monday morn- Ing Uogont Kills led In worship with appropriate IJIblo rending and hymn Then Mr Sohwolrlng In a brief talk gave n tow points showing the value of athletics in college their value In physical development and In men tnl and moral training D 0 How mat gave a humorous and Interest ing account of Uoroaa accomplish menus In tho past Eugene Thomson V captain of Uio Track Team spoke lost tolling tho main facts about tho two track meets Mr Thomson sold that It Is admitted that Borca has tho strongest jumping material In tho state and that with a coach and trainer wo could como up to State or oven boot her Ho ended with a call for tho support of all tho 6tu donts who wero In training and exhorted all tho follows to got out on the field and train As a result of his call 35 men woro on tho field Monday afternoon and tho Interest Is keeping up finely Regent Kills then called on the shy and retiring Mr Imrio to lead the yells At tho risk of spoil Ing the superior quality of his voice Mr Imrlo responded and the chapel DereaI sidering their number Tho yells and songs are given below so that all who wish may learn them Hazzle dazzle hobble gobble Zip boom bah 11 Berea Boron Hah tab Rah Sis Boom yea Boron Bcrca Burea Sons 0 I pushed tho damper in and 1 pulled the damper out And the smoke went up tho chlmncI just tho same Tune of John Browns DOOrI When the track team wins the victory We will loudly yell Hooray repeat throb time Track Teamil Glory Glory to Berea Glory Glory to Boron Glory Glory to Boron Boroa Chew for Borea Borea must win Heron forever Never give In Oh you do your best boys Well do the rot boys Well win the victory NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from flint r gO nnd they reached that price In Chi cago lost week One man sold GC flogs for a total ot 1740 which Is boiler ed to be a record Tho price Is hold Ing firm and may go Btlll higher GKKAT CHAU1TV Jno D Uocko toller tae announced his plans for what he expects to bo tho biggest charitable Institution of the world lie pInna to leave the bulk ot his 1m memo fortune to a Corporation which shall bo organized entirely for chari table pur osea and he asks from Con mans a charter for this Tho work will consist In doing all kinds of charitable work and also in helping others who are futhorljig progress John D Rockefeller Jr has resigned his plaoa in the business world and trill hood this Institution and it Is oalcl that most of tho groat Rockefel ler fortune will bo withdrawn from Wall Street securities and placed fit bouipeculrtlvo stock and bonds thus removing it as a factor in the fin ancial world 1LATT OEADSen Thomas I V Platt of Now York for years Republi can boss of that state and known as the Easy Boss died suddenly at hit tome on Sunday Ho has boon In poor health for years but his death was not expected Ills term in tho Senate expired a year ago and his place was taken by Kllhu Root RIOTS IN BERLIN America 13 Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour Made fromselected wheat carefully milled on latest the uptodate mill It is the whitest and purest and every sack guaranteed TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED Our brands of flour are Cream of Wheat Perfection Pioneer and Fancy Family We also make feed and meal Andrew Isaacs Prop BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Kentucky I i Cleaning and Pressing t Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Ifall Suits Cleaned Pressed i and Repaired W C CARPENTERB- ack of Fish Bldg BerKyr 1 1 not tho only place where there are labor troubles In Berlin the capital of Germany hero was a march of Socialists and others Sunday and troops broke It up only after saber ing many ot tho workmen PEARY DECLINESRobert K Peary has caused a good deal of crlt icism by refusing to submit to a Congressional Committee his proofs that he reached the North Polo Hi claims that ho Is under contract with his publishers which prevents hIs doing this WASHINGTON Continued from Hint rage Is a growing dissatisfaction on nIl sides with tho attempt by Hitchcock presumably wlthMr Tafts approval to whip the Insurgents Into lino with tho patronage club Tho time has gono by when such open use of the corrupting power of the patronage ffr approved oven byi the most vindictive of politicians Tafts other measures are hanging fire There Is every evidence that C A are no moro sincere in their last promises of passing tho Taft men cures than In tho first cases and it Is clear that only heavy pressure by tho President will save his pots es pcclally the injunction law There Is much real opposition to this law and it will be a genuine triumph for whoever gets it passed The other Taft measures too are apparently stuck and while hope is not yet dead it Is getting faint Pros Taft sticks boldly by his determination to support tho standpat tars and this week he gavo a formal dinner in honor of Speaker Cannon This Is being used by the Speakers friends to try to bolster up his power In the louse and with the people Thero Is little chance that they will succeed but tho dinner proves Pres Tafts courage at least Tho trouble with Pres Tat Is that he Is trying to please too many people at once Ho wants to stand In with the regulars to got them to pass his bills and he wants to stand In with the Insurgents because ho needs their help and also because they really roprl sent tho Roosevelt policies which he Is supposed to ap proveA Is being told hero to Illu strato tho difficulties ot Mr Tafts position There Is a little lizard call ed a chameleon which Is supposed to have tho power of turning the color of the article on which It Is standing A man once gave one ol those to his son and the boy had a lot of fun putting the thing on dif scent kinds ot cloth and watching It turn color Ono night the man como homo and noticed that tho boy was very sad Ho asked about it and finally found out that the chameleon was dead Tho boy told how it hap pened Ho had got a flag First ho put the animal on a red stripe and ho turned red then on a white stripe nnd ho turned white but when he put him on the corner whore the red white and blue came together tho chameleon busted himself trying to make good Tho idea is that Taft Is in some such fix Another stage has been passed In tho distribution of Kentucky patron age and in this as In tho rest Bro Bradley has had tho best of It Three men who stood for Taft have been turned out to make room for three of Bradleys friends and about a doz en other Important appointments have been turned over to the Senator A TRIBUTE TO JOHN STALLARD- Wo miss you on tho campus John Wo miss you at tho desk We miss you from our class John For there wo loved you best Wo cannot call you back John Your soul has tacn its night Youvo passel the chilling tide John Beyond tho darkest night AR much I as wo have missed you John Others miss you more Loved ones who longed to BOO you John As you wero passing oer A3 fast as Nature willed John They Imtoued to your side But oer thoy came your soul John Was sailing oer tho tide Father loved you well John But lovers have to part And you leave behind you John A mothers broken heart x Sisters mlsa your kindness John And brothers mourn their loss Since you have crossed the stream John We all will have to cross At much as wo all loved you John Youvo only gono before To find tho way to Heaven John To pilot loved ones oer And should you como tor us John Well ready bo to soar And pass with you and Gabriel John To thatcelesttal shore J Richard Randall I POWER Of MONEY What a Little Cash Does in Politics and Qovernment HowMen that Buy Offices Sell the Power They OetPoor Men Kept from Office by Corrupt Meth ods It Is shouted from thousands of pUbllo platforms every year that this Is a free country governed by the people for tho people and that every man Is a king In his own right We are flattered and tickled by the praise ot the politicians and made it possible to believe that wo the common people are the government and that It Is run In our interests For a long time this was generally believed but some how lately there has been a good deal of doubt about It We have been noticing that for some reason or other Congress and the state legislatures too have often for years refused to do things which we all know tho people aro loudly demanding We see that men are appointed to office who will re fuse justice except to their personal friends and many an office elected by the people uses his of flee for tho private profit of himself and of certain largo business interests We see that laws are passed by which certain men are enabled to tax tho rest of us for their own benefit and which protect the the rich man both from paying to the governmont his fair share of the taxes and from paying to the poor man whom ho has Injured a fair recompenso for the Injury done And yet all these things are happening under this socalled gov erument of to people When once theso things were un derstood and people began serious ly to look for the reasons for thorn their eyes lighted on the reasons for It all Corruption explains it Men who are elected by the people will often soil out Rich men will pay for their votes or their deem ions and so tho rich men get tho benefit Or else the man who holds the office has been put to a long and expensive fight for election and needs the money so that even before he Is elected he has borrow ed from those who have special In terests opposed to tho Interests of the people and then when he takes office It is ouly natural that he should look after the men who have helped him Ho does not give the credit for tho office to tho people who voted for him but to the men who gave tho money to make his campaign possible And in a way ho Is right If tho people are thoroughly aroused and strongly against any man no amount of money will elect him But party men seldom see much difference bfr tween one man and another not a difference that they think will be worth much to them and tho less honest mon do not see a difference worth as much as tho four or five dollars their vote will bring So they sell and as the party men vote straight the politician with the longest purse wins the prize And he having bought his office In tho public market and not having re ceived it as a gift ot trust at the hands of tho people will go and sell It again and he can not be blamed very much When you pay for a timing its yours Isntlt And thou again this little thing of selling votes keeps tho best men out of politics No man will make much ot a success In this part of the world who docs not con sent to give bribes Now tho brlbo giver is a law breaker so It comes about that we are electing to most ot our offices men who arcf outlaws That does not make It surprising that they will also violate tho law by taking a bribe when tho chance comes does It And again a man who is morally crooked In one way Is not likely to have a very tender conscience In other ways Tho trou bles of tho people are not nearly so interesting to him as his own pocket book And ono moro ovll Money cam paigns keep a poor man from having a chance at tho office And tho poor man Is the one who will most truly sympathize with tho poor men When a man runs for office ho must either bo a rich man or he must ru as soma rich mans hired sot- vastthe rich man paying the Mona and taking tho frulta oC the office Under such a system it Is Impossible for the people to get really good officers of any party Patriotism Is tho virtue of work lug for tho good of tho whole country first ot all Ot course no patriot vlll give a bribe of courso no patriot will take one There aro mighty few men In our public offices today who have a right to call themselves patriotic In any way But what about the common man Ho knows that the men who are on his party ticket have bought their places He does not know that they are going to have to pay back In favors and injustice the loans mado by the mon who have put up the money but ho Is pretty sure that that is tho ease INTENSIVE FARMING Timely Articles on Mountain FarmingScience for the Fathers Conducted By F O CLARK Corn School A Success I About 125 persons attended the corn school which was hold at the State Univera ty last week Bores I college had a delegation ot 1C which was more than any one county except Fayetto Mr Coo Roberts was the principal lecturer and brought out many Interesting and useful points only a few of which we can give here Corn Is the king of crops Ken tucky Is ninth In tho number of acres In corn but 30th In tho average yield per acre We Lave only 70 per cent ot a stand which should easily bo 95 poi cent Fourteen good ears will plant an aero and those could easily bo tested for germination This germination test has boon previously described in The Citizen It Is made by selecting and number Ing your cars Take a box about 2 feet square and 4 Inches deep and fill it with sawdust mark It off In squares about 2 Inches each way number the squares Place 10 kernels of ouch oar In a separate I block and so on till you have the required number of ears tested Keep tho sawdust moist and the box cov ered with a cloth In about eight days you will find that some kernels will not have sprouted Tho ears from which these kernels come should I be thrown out and only the perfect ones used You should start this test at once so as to get your corn all tested before planting time You should never burn the weeds off the land before plowing It does an actual damage of from 1 to 5 per nero Plow early and deep ao as to col lect a largo amount of water for the crop It takes 16 Inches of rainfall to make a good crop of com and at least one half of this should be caught on the plowed ground before What can ho do about It There is just ono thing that every man can do and that will hit at the root ot the whole system right away And that Is to stop as much pout loch corruption as he can see He cannot control the action of the Congressman who sells out to the trusts at Washington nor of the leg islator who Is In the pay ot tho whis key ring but ho can sod to It that there Is no buying at his own poll Ing place Three or four fearless honest mea at each polling place in the state would give us an honest election And If tho politicians found that they had to bo honest they would turn around mighty quickly and we should have real free government again Instead ot government really run by the men with money the men that want to make money off tho rest of tywand that are doing It That Is the real benefit of tills gov ernment that time people have the remedy in their own hat ds In n single year we can turn tho rascals outand we will wherever enough of us really see where the evil IsI coming tromIWHERE JAPAN LEADS US We have been talking a good deal off and on lately about the Inttens vo cultivation of land by which Is meant getting as much as la posslblo out of each acre and of course there have been a goal many old farmers who havo said that all such talk was foolishness They never did anything ot tho kind they say and so why should tho young fellows Well in the first place tho world moves even If some ot Its people dont But moro Important still Is that the population Is growing larger and larger every year and there Is not nearly so much land for each person to get his living off of There was a tlmo when Adam had tho world to himself but nowadays there are not very many acres for each person to raise his living on oven in the most thinly settled country Even In the mountains wo aro finding that this Is so and the mountains- are not growing any more thickly settled theme last years Tho younger generation has to movo out Why Because under present meth ods of cultivation the fields will not give enough for them all to eat The time Is coming when wo will have to learn how to raise more off an acre or else some of us will starve And that tlmo Is not very for eitherWe a good deal about what an advanced nation wo are but when It comes to farming we Americans all of us are way behind the pro esslon We have had so much room that we have been careless and now that wo are beginning to bo pinched vo hardly know what to do The best lesson we can learn is from ho little yellow Japanese who know how to raise so much more than we do off from their fields that In com parison they make us look like sav ages We are ahead ot them In lots the corn Is planted Plant your seed 3 inches deep In sandy land and 2 Inches In clay Do not plant when the temperature ot tho ground is below 50 degrees better have it 65 degreesCultivate your corn to kill weeds and to keep a surface mulch Culti vate deep when tho corn Is young and shallcw not over 3 inches when It Is larger Prepare your ground well before planting select the best ears and test the seeds Corn feeding will bo described next week HARD PROBLEMS By Prof E C Scale Problem No 23 A man in dividing his estate gave A 900 as often as B f500 and C 300 as often as D 700 Cs share was 3500 What was the value of theIestate Solution to Problem No 20 Divide 500 among three men In such a manner that the share of the second may bo 10 more than r4 greater than the first and the 3rd share may be 10 more than 31 greater than tho second Let 2 halves equal share of tho first 3 halves plus 10 the share of tho second and 9 fourths plus 15 the share of the third Then 2 halves plus 3 halves plus 10 plus 9 fourths plus 15 equals 500 the amount toIbo divided 19 fourths equals 500 less 25 or 19 fourths equal 475 Therefore 1 fourth equals 25 Then 4 fourths or 2 halves equals 100 tho shore of the first 3 halves plus 10 equals 160 the share of the second and 9 fourths plus 15 equals v 240 the share of the third Jas B Jewell Burning Springs Other correct answers Mrs Eliza Ogg Berea Ky and Mrs Cynthia Flanery Posey Ky ot things but in farming they certainly have the call on us How many acres do you have to cultivate In order to support each member of your family So far as 1 have learned In this part of the country it takes about 6 or 7 acres for every mouth that has to bo fed Perhaps this is a little high bub not much Here Is a Japanese record produced by Prof F H King In the Farm and Fireside He tells of see Ing a Japanese farmer who worked two and a halt acres ot groundJustIthat and on that I food for twelve persons in his family and besides supported a cow 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new u for us Any one endto us four yearly subcnptloascanrttleveTheCitizen free lor for one year Advertising rates on application MEUBKK OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Butter could fall another cent or two without sending the butttormak ers over the hills to the poorhouse Another reason for the high price of food Is that farmers are buying automobiles and they need the money It Is said to bo possible to go to the north pole by aeroplane However there aro a lot of pleasanter places to 1 which to go A Wisconsin professor thinks that he went up In the air may become a classic Already it can bo used in polite society If it takes 30 alarm clocks to waken a motorman in New York how many clocks will It take fj arouse a policeman in Chicago As a slogan for the anti meat eaters we suggest Beat your skillets into oatmeal boilers and your gridirons Into eggbeaters V For the sake of science let us hope that that busy St Louis seismograph Is not reporting some loose joint in a streetcar track Texas and Florida havo been a little chilly of late but In a short time will be knocking at the door as usual with early garden truck This row between benzoate and acetic acid has a tendency to dis courage the poor consumer from us- Ing catsup of either sort l F While all this excitement prevails about the cost of living Mr Roosevelt continues to dine frugally on roast monkey and baked elephants heel i The Atlantic liners earned last year 1730000 passengers of all classes and all classes were seasick f The sea Is no respecter of persons The weather bureau gives us exact figures on mean temperature but its II vocabulary is unable t oconvey the whole truth as to mean weather in Ita entirety A college psychologist declares that anyone can hypnotize himself into a trance The theory Is very likely it Is the only way to explain dome peo plea actions The man who prays In public is the mouthpiece for the congregation that Is either listening or praying with him The essenco of the peoples silent prayers Is concentrated in his One of the most remarkable as well as the quickest retributions on record is that of the man In New York who In trying to tunnel his way from his own place to a Jewelry store opposite which he wished to loot was buried alive in the grave of his own digging Life would mean very much If such energy originality determination and readiness to tako risks were displayed in a butter cause The prevalence of high prices for food articles Is worldwide The res taurant keepers In Berlin Germany aro meeting the exigency In effective fashion by cutting down the portions served to customers Instead of rais- Ing the rates Dut these and other ofiIi the problem the facts In every civil takentThe wireless operator who perpetrated the joke of sending out C Q D t signals over the ocean must possess the same variety of sense of humor as Is exemplified by smashing straw hats on the stock exchanges tooting tin horns and jangling cowbells haz ing at colleges and perpetrating April fool sells r That aeroplane recordbreaker of Worcester Mass will be able to create a greater sensation when he makes those alleged 200 to 300 mlle flights In broad daylight I China Is steadily opening tho door 1wider HunChun and Lunchlnchun Important Mnnchurlan ports are to be tree to International trade And as they are gateways to much Interior traffic this means large additions to the commerce of the region In which all hands will have an equal chance The American policy is making steady headway A SOCIALIST RIOTS IN GERMANY POLICE USE THEIR SABERS AND PISTOLS WITH DEADLY EFFECT MANY WOUNDED SOME FATALLY In Berlin Alone 120000 Persons Took Part In Open Alr Demonstrations Against Suffrage Bill Despite Orders of Polic- eBerlinThe police were forced to use their sabers and pistols In suppressing socialist riots hero The result was a long list of wound ed some of whom will dieIIt was tho outcome of oponalr de monstraUons against the suffrage bill carried out in Berlin and the other cities of Prussia It is estimated that in Berlin alone 120000 persona took part In what was called n demonstrative stroll In va ilous parts of tho city Tho chief of police of Berlin tear- Ing danger from tho assembly of so many thousands in the popular park of Treptow tho place chosen by tho socialists forbado a demonstration of any kind there But the socialist news paper Vorwaerts announced that tho manifestation would bo held in spits of the order of prohibition A company of country gendarmes without a word of warning attacked the people fiercely with their sabers cutting right and loft Five persons were dangerously wounded and hun dreds received serious wounds and bruises while moro than 100 arrests wero made USED KNIFE ON VICTIM Peculiar Injuries Inflicted on Wealthy Banker When Found by Jack Cudahy In His Home Kansas City MoJ S Llllls pres- Ident of tho Western Exchange bank and member of an old and prominent Kansas City family lies at the point of death in SL Marys hospital from in juries inflicted In tho home of Jack Cudahy son of the Omaha packer Mr Cudahy was arrested charged with assault and held for several hours but not locked up Upon tho arrival of his attorney Frank P Walsh chief attorney for the defense in tho HydeSwopo poisoning case Cudahy was released under bond of 3100 Mrs Cudahy acting on advico of counsel at first refused to discuss the affair merely saying Mr Cudahy will get his deserts John P Cudahy is a son of Michael Cudahy tho millionaire Chicago packer Ills wire was Edna Cown a society belle of Omaha Neb Tho nature of tho injuries which it is claimed wore inflicted by Cudahy on Llllls is such that tho caso is al most without parallel in tho history of personally inflicted punishment even for tho gravest offense and as the details became known tho greatest social sensation over known in this city developed RIOTING IS RESUMED Three Shot During Melee In Philadel phia Girl Will Die Philadelphia PaLulled into a sense of security by the absence of rioting and disorder throughout the day in the carmens strike the people of the dty and the tired police forco were prepared to catch a few hours needed rest and prepare for a troublesome morrow when they were rudely awakened at nightfall by the riot call A series of disturbances shook up the dty and as the night progressed grew more serious Threo persons were shot onen girlprobably fay tally while scores were taken to hos pitals and private dwellings mashed and disfigured by wounds from the clubs of tho police Another feature of the general strike was the report credited in sev oral sources that tho United States government had ordered the regu lars at Ft Dupont Del to bo ready mtntIFor Education of Negro New York Gifts of John D Rocke teller to church educational and charity institutions are said to amount to at least 50000000 more than his be quests that have been mado public chiefly for tho education of the negro in tho south Death of exSenator Platt Now York Thomas Collier Platt for a quarter of a century the most powerful factor In New York politics and the founder of tho modern punt teal machine died In his 77th year Thinks He Tried to Poison Her Kansas City DuoMrs Logan C Swope while giving her depositions in tho slander suit of her son inlaw Dr B C Hyde expressed her belief that ho had attempted to murdor her relatives and poison her Postal Savings Bill Passes Senate Washington Tho postal savings bank bill passed tho senate by what was virtually a party vote 50 for and 22 against all of the affirmative votes with ona exception being cast by re nvUlcacs SNOWSLIDES FLOODS WRECKS BLOCKADES DISASTERS IN NORTHWEST CHART SHOWING WIDE TERRITORY WITH RAILROADS TIED UP WEALTH IS TO AID HUMANITY ROCKEFELLERPLANS GREAT COR PORATION FOR HIS FORTUNE Bill Introduced In Congress Provides for an Organization Which Wilt Benefit Mankind Washington For the benefit of his fellow men John D Rockefeller Is seeking a method of disposing of his vast fortune Under the provision of a bill Introduced in tho Senate Wednesday by Senator Jacob II Gallinger 6f New Hampshire UO oil king seeks a fed eral incorporation act for his wealth with a view to distributing It under proper supervision for the good of mankind Tho object of this founda lion is to provide for a general or ganization to conduct philanthropic work along all lines According to the bill the Rockefeller foundation Is organized for these pur poses To promoto the wellbeing and advance the civilization of the people of tho United States and Its posses sions In foreign lands for the acquisition and dissemination of knowl edge for the prevention of any and all of the elements of human knowl edgeThe Incorporators named In tho bill are John D Rockefeller John D Rockefeller Jr Fred T Gates Starr J Murphy Charlese A Heydt Those men aro authorized to select associates not to exceed 25 and it Is provided that there shalll not be at any time fewer than five Headquarters of tho foundation aro to be In Washington- It Is the evident Intention of Mr Rockefeller to provide a means of ex pending his wealth to the best advan tage of the largest number of people said Senator Gallinger It was stated by the senator that Mr Rockefeller already had given away 52000000 Tho proposed foundation Is to be organized along lines similar to the Carnegie Foundation for tho Advancement of Teaching CANNON DINES WITH TAFT Speaker Is Entertained at White House for First Time In Many Years Washington President Taft gave a dinner last night at tho White House In honor of Speaker Cannon Socially and politically tho affair marked something of an epoch for not before in many years has a president entertained In honor of the speaker of the house of representatives Speaker Cannon was never enter tamed at the White House with an ex elusive official function during all of the seven years of President Roose velts occupancy and no previous af fair has been given in his honor by President Taft 1 12000000 for Buildings Washington President Taft gave Representative Bartholdt of Mis sourl chairman of the house com mittee on public buildings and grounds his approval of a public building bill carrying not more than 12000000 to be passed at this session of congress The president was given to understand that tho measure would provide only for projects which Ire urgently necessary Clergy Oppose Bigger Navy Boston A remonstranco against a further increase of the ican navy signed by 500 clergymen of Boston and vicinity representing all denominations was forwarded to Washington to be presented to congress The remonstrance points to the high cost of living and urges interna tional arbitration Conviction Paralyzes Man Abbeyvllle S CIt A RIchey a prosperous planter suffered a stroko of paralysis Friday when bo was con vlcted and sentenced to 14 years Imprisonment for attacking a young orphan girl who was reared In his family Mrs Roosevelt Leaves Naples Naples Italy Mrs Roosevelt and Miss Ethel Roosevelt sailed Friday on tho steamer Schleswig for dria Egypt They expect to AlexanI Roosevelt at Khartum 100 DEAD IN SLIDE HORROR Death List Increases In Wellington Avalanche Disaster 60 Persons Are Still Missing Seattle Wash Horror Is added to horror as tho details of the Wellington avalanche disaster unfold with the disclosure of an Increasing death list Tho dead doubtless will number 100 Forty bodies have been recovered 14 of which havo been Identified The Great Northerns Seattle management following the checking and summary of Its latest telegram reports from Scenic Hot Springs with which point It has been continuously in communi cation gave out tho number of Identi fied dead as 14 the number of Injured 19 and with 70 missing Tho last message received by the Great Northern from Its official at Scenic Hot Springs In giving tho number of casualties dead Injured and missing significantly and sadly con eluded with the words The missing may be regarded as dead In view of this significant statement coming from nn official of the railway at the scene of tho wreck but little or no hope Is hold out as re gards the missing by Groat Northern officialsNone of tho Injured It Is believed will die though somo of the em ployes were seriously hurt The known surviving passengers escaped with but slight InJuries About half of tho missing are employes of tho road and tho remainder wero train passengers ORIENTAL LIMITED WRECKED Great Northern Train Plunges Down 50Foot EmbankmentFireman KilledSeveral Persons Hurt Spokane Wash Crashing Into two ton of rock bowlders the Oriental Limited No 2 the crack eastbound train of the Great Northern railroad plunged down a 50foot embankment 22 miles cast of Spokane carrying with It five burning cars klllinc Fireman Ed Miller of Hlllyard seriously Injured the engineer and several pas sengers and precipitating tho entire train except three coaches in a burn ing mass 50 feet below The accident occurred just two and n half miles west of Milan a station on tho main line as tbo train was turning a treacherous curve Rock bowlders were part of the landsllpc which It Is believed was started by tho rumblo of the approaching train A special relief train laden with medical emergency supplies nurses arrived on tho scene within an hour and attended the wounded TRAIN PLUNGES INTO RIVER One Man Killed Another Missing and Score Others Have Narrow Escape from Death Newcastle PaOne man was Instantly killed one died another Is unaccounted for and believed to bo dead and nearly a score of others had narrow escapes from instant death when tho Linesvlllo accomodatlon a passenger train on tho Erie and Pitts burg division of the Pennsylvania railroad jumped tho track at Rock Point park and plunged down a 15 foot em bankment into the icefilled Beaver river Brazil Has New President Rio de Janeiro Marshal Hermes Fonseca the former minister of war elected president of Brazil overtho opposition candidate Dr Ruy Barbosa Czarina Condition Unsatisfactory St Petersburg Tho empress suf fered from a severe nervous attack and her condition Is considered ex ceedingly unsatisfactory Russia Breaks Chinese Proposal Pokln ChlnuIn a formal note submitted to the Chinese foreign board Friday tho Russian government rejects In toto Chinas proposal for the construction of tho Aigun Chin chow railroad To Build Warships on Lake Washington A resolution looking to tho building of warships on the great lakes was passed by the house Friday Tho plan is a modification of tho treaty with Great BrJtcilj on the subject 100000 MEN STRIKE ORDER FOR GENERAL WALKOUT- AT PHILADELPHIA 1C GIVEN RIOTS BREAK OUT AT ONCE Governor Tells Mayor Troops Will Bo Ordered to City Whenever Neces sarySerlous Trouble Is Antici patedTwo Men Are Shot Philadelphia A general strike of all tho labor unionists In this city In sympathy with tho street car moo who have been out for two weeks was ordered at 12 oclock Friday night Just how many men will be out of work as a result could not then bo told as there are but very few union or nonunion men at work at that hour Hut already the riots of last week had been resumed Scarcely had the news of no peace possible reached the Kensington district from which the State Constabulary has been with drawn than thero was a pitched bat tie between a mob of sympathizers of the car men strikers A squad of CO policemen charged the mob which numbered about 5000 mill workers First tho shots wore fired over the heads of the mob but when this did root scare off tho rioters a volley was fired directly at the crowd In tho street William Drexel one of the mill workers was fatally shot through the abdomen Another man Robert Modell several blocks away was dangerously wounded In a row Tho Central Labor union declared at the midnight hour that 100000 places would bo vacant Tho Phila dolphin Rapid Transit Company and other antiunionist predicted that there would not bo moro than 40000 or 50000 Idle men on tho streets At tho same time though this word went out from Mayor Reyburn and his under police officers at tho city hall To Coy Stuart HarrUburg Please be really to send troops of National Guard hero at an Instants notice To all N O P commands In the stale Please be ready to start for Philadelphia upon moments notice from governor Replies received from the governor and the commanders of tho various companion of National Guardsmen In dicated that both wires wero to be obeyed The governor answered that ho would issue the order for the troops to proceed here whenever It would be necessary Captains and colonels said they had their mon wait lug to start at any minute As men assembled oir street corners and in tho neighborhood saloons the first mutterings of what Is feared will bo a tumultuous week were beard Thero will certainly be a boycott against the cars and against any tradesmen doing bunlnosa with the transit company or Its strikebreakers and there will be very probably via lento worse than that of tho early days of last week Most of tho locals of the unions held meetings at which the members pledged that neither they nor any members of their families would ride In cars mannod by strikebreakers They would not deal they declared with tradesmen who sold supplies to tho companies or tho strikebreakers or who oven rodo on tho nonunion cars BALLINGER INQUIRY LAGS Pine hot Again Accuses Secretary with Having Made Misstatements and Deceived Taft WashlngtonIntere In the Hal linger Plnchot Investigation continued to lag Friday as tho crossexamina tion of Mr Plnchot by Mr Vcrtrces developed little which was not gone over In the evidence There was much quibbling between counsel and the witness as to the meaning and Interpretation of certain statements Mr Plnchot had mado and opinions as to the understanding of various letters and documents Mr Plnchot again accused Secretary Hal linger of having made misstatements With reference to his claim that Mr Dalllngcr had deceived the president concerning a decision of the comptrol ler of the treasury Mr Plnchot ad mitten that Mr Halllngcrs written statement to the president was pret ty fair from Mr Balllngers point of view and that the documents that ho submitted were all that properly bore on tho case He Insisted how over there was tho unavoidable In ference that Mr Ualllngcr had com munlcated In some other way with the presidentMr lawyer brought out that the cooperative agreement with the forest service which Mr Balllngcr discontinued was not tho usual ar rangement whereby one department lends Its employes temporarily to an other but provided that employes of the Interior department should bo un der the exclusive control and jurisdic tion of the forester Boston Bank Teller Accused Boston John II Cullen teller of the Union Institution for Savings was arrested Friday at his homo In Dorchester charged with a shortage of 1200 in tho accounts of tho bank Cullen was suspended thrco days ago Last of Cherry Oodles Cherry JIJThe 01 bodies discov crud in the St Paul mine woro brought to the surface Friday Richard Now cam stato mine inspector says this pfoh ably will be ull the bodies that will be recovered a HARM IN ALCOHOLIC HABIT Prof Strumpel Noted Vienna Sclen tlit Tells of Ills from Excessive Use of Liquor Prof Strumpol tho wellknown ipo clnllflt and loading authority on nerv Otis diseases In Europe has been giving his medical colleagues some inter eating experiences of his researches In tho field of Alcoholism na Viewed from the Medical Standpoint In a private talk before the most noted medical scientists In Vienna tho pro Lessor outlined In an impassive Judl dlctal manner an appalling number and variety of physical and mental lineages resulting from tho excessive use of alcohol Ho conllnod himself chlclly to tho subject of chonle nleo holism as acute alcoholism was generally the result of Isolated cases of In toxication the effects of which were usually only temporary and without any lasting consequences In the beginning ho pointed out that persons who regularly Indulged In largo quantities of alcohol uttered front chronic catarrh of tho throat stomach and intestines but Morions as these were they didnt usually dr velop further complications and there fore to tho doctor wore of loss Inter est But It was another thing altogether when It concerns that organ which first Introduces alcohol Into the blood that Is tho liver An iwf feroru from liver dlioascs are for the most part nlrohollsts ono may with Justice assume an original connection between such diseases and tho use of alcohol nil the more eo as the pa Bents aro usually Imbiber of ichnnps and spirits and not boor or wino BO that It Is evident the connec tion depends largely upon the quantity and Intensity of the alcohol consumed Through tho liver the alcohol enter the great arterle and clrctt- latest through the whole body Thus It begins an Insidious attack upon the vat network of blood vessel devel oping later Into calcination of the ar tortes and blood vessel This disease is frequently found among drunkards Hut It would be cintlflcally wrong to attribute the calcination of the arler lee solely to nlcoholUtn as It sissy alan result from excessive smoking ox traordlnary overwork chronic Infer I dons Insufficient nutrition and olhor cause A second iytn omatlc among drinker U the beer hrtIThis consist In an extraordinary en largement of the heart with all the Indications of heart disease Mon with beer hearts almost Invariably die at an age In which healthy men nave scarcely attained full power Ily the Intemperate consumption of nour lulling matter fat In produced which cannot bit got rid of In the some de gree consequently It accumulate Internally and Is responsible for the bloated corpulency of boor drinkers Respiratory diseases and cases of auf focation are the next connequance Prof Strumpel linseed over the ef fect of alcohol upon tho nervous sys tem and tho horrible mental disorder delirium tremens and the llko nit these he said had been so frequently and emphatically set forth lie wont on to discuss the effects of alcohol In disturbing the general functional workings of the body manifested In such complaints as gout diabetes kidney diseases all which he nndIwore found largely among Among the indirect consequences of alcoholism wore an Increased eensl tlvcnos with n weakened power of ro slotanco In the physical system ron during tho subject liable to a number of ravaging diseases chief among which Is tuberculosis It had been abundantly proved that whereas In ordinary cases of Inflammation of the lungs normal persons recover to linn drinkers the disease almost always proves fatal 0kUlmthem wero somewhat astonished when ho concluded by recommending not total abstinence but rather tho mod Crate USe of alcohol as tho proventlvo remedy against all the Ills ho had BO graphically depleted MAIN FUNCTION OF CHURCH Can Promote Temperance Reforms byIGiving Moral Support Also by Sermons and Lessons It Is evident from n study of the methods of temperance reform that no ono of them can effect much unless supported by the moral sonso of thllIcommunity To create this moral sense Is tho main function of the church Tho church cannot widely create u temperance political party nor perhaps oven temperance insti tutes except locally Denominational limitations prevent But tho church can create tho atmosphere and Inspire individual to mako such efforts sue ceKsrulfcan sermons on Temperance Sunday or at outer times by temperance 108 IonII In tho Sunday schools by parish tem perance organizations for all daises especially for the young by the spread of temperance literature by opon advocacy of temperance reform 111811SIurea and movements by collections and contributions for tho temperance cause by native work for the rescue of the intemperate and the moral aid and support of those struggling to reform r t- t cr RIPPER BILL PASSES SENATE DURING DEDATE GOV WILLSON IS BITTERLY DENOUNCED BY SENATOR BROWN REPUBLICAN MEMBERS ABSENT Measure Abolishes Office of City At torney of Louisville and Creates That of Corporation CounselTwo Democrats Oppose It Frankfort I yTho Louisville rip per bill abolishing tho ofllco of city attorney of Louisville throwing Clayton niakcy out of offlce and creating tho ofllco of corporation counsel to which Charles Carroll will bo appoint ed passed tho sonata by a vote of 21 to 2 nono of the republican members bnlng present An hour before tho bill was put on Its passage President Cox declared tho senate adjourned tho republican members taking their departure Tho two democratic sena tors voting against the ripper bill worn E Dertrara of Clinton and Claude Thomas of Paris Tho dobato on tho bill furnished an occasion for o a bitter denunciation of Oov Willson by Senator Uus Brown for having pardoned men charged with the murder of Oov Ooobcl men accused of perjury and men indicted for other crimes Russells bill calling for n 5000 appropriation for a monument to bo erected at tho birthplace of Jefferson Davis was passed In the senate The bill by Senator Linn giving tbo State Hoard of Health 30000 annually to bo used In combating disease was passed Houso Dili No 107 by H J Myers providing for tho election of four courtly commissioners who with the county Judge shall comprise tho fiscal court of the counties passed 67 to 1 Mr Shanks bill authorizing rail road to carry on a ferry business passed tho house An amendment was adopted providing that railroad companies shall not establish a now terry within ono and onehalf mllos of an established ferry Houso 11111 No 301 by 7 T Colo moan to establish Interstate Quaran I provldiIngpassed I Representative Ryana bill giving Ixiulxvlllo waterworks directors pow er to succeed elvos and Increas ing amount for which refunding bonds nifty bo Issued by the water company from 1000000 to 1500000 pUlled Mr Hufords bill appropriating 50 000 for completion of new state capitol grounds passed tho house Senator Wrights resolution was passed appropriating 1100 to the families of 34 minors who wore killed In the mine explosion at IJrowdor last month Representative Klalrs bill providing that fiscal courts appropriate funds I for tho care of public buildings way pawed Representative Plrtlea bill provid ing for tho appointment of trustee for county academies and seminaries was passed In tho sonata the hill of Represen tative Rolland which will prevent tho I establishment of nogro Industrial schools In Kentucky without a vote of the majority of tho people of the precinct In which tho school Is estab lished was passed A resolution was Introduced In the senate to appropriate 750 to pay the military committee for Its investigation of tho military office Charles arroll attorney for the commute olathjorsTho stenographers feo was reduced to 100 save that of Stenographer Poole already employed at a fixed salary from tho senate who wilt get 50 additional Tbo resolution was passed house Dill No 2liSTo repeal act regulating tho practice of bartering was put on passage house 11111 No 81 by O J Cosgrove creating a pension for disabled pub lie school teachers In government of cities of first class was passed Houso Hilt No 203 by Lilian Car torAct requiring bonds from public officials equal In amount to tho sum which will bo handled by said officials was passed by a vote of 80 to 4 Houso nil No 398 by S L Robert RonTo regulate construction of ten 1ement and flat houses in cities of first I class was passed by a vote of 09 to 0 Bond Issue Bill Killed Tho 500000 bond Issuo bill Introduced by Senntor n M Arnott was killed on a point of order after it lied seemed to hnvo passed The fight on the bill was led by Sen ii flf Hjf I91J T LETERLEE ELECTED State Hoard of Forestry Agriculture and Immigration Settles Contest Frankfort yTho last chapter of tho State Farmers Institute was closed when tho stato board of for t estry agriculture and immigration toot hero and after hearing tho evidence In tho contest of J T Lctcrloo against L L Dorsey both of Jefferson county for the seat on tho board Let crlco was declared elected to represent tho Fifth datrict f l ator Bertram who made the point that Senator Linn who moved to recon alder tho bill when defeated the other day had voted with the majority and could not stow move to take up the bill President Cox ruled that al withibasldo as tho bill having the emergen cy clause required a constitutional majority Finally tho bill was put on Its passage and was carried by a vote of 17 to 14 and the emergency clause having been stricken out President Cox declared tho bill passed Just a moment said Senator Eaton who had Joined hands with Senator Ber tram I arise to a Paint of order See Lien 40 of tho constitution provides that any measure creating a debt must receive a constitutional major ity and as this measure only received 17 votes It is lost The hquso bill empowering tho state auditor to advance tho assessor of Jefferson county 1COO a month to bo later deducted from his commis sions passed 20 to 1 Tho senate bill to pay the utpvntHS of the state tax commissioner amount Ing to 2321 passed 24 to 1 Senate Bill 63 giving women the right to Vote in school elections and to hold school offices was amondctt by making a property qualification necessary for a woman to so vote Passed as amended 17 to 12 Senate Bill 12 providing a penalty for misfeasance and malfeasance In the office of county school superin tendents passed 27 to 0 Senate BUI 40 to permit sheriffs to give bond for collection of county levy taxes In a definite penal sum Instead of double tho amount of the taxes to bo collected passed 27 to 4 Relief to Burley Growers When Coy Willson affixes his sic nature to the bill Introduced In tho house by Representative J S Steers of Grant county making warehouse receipts by corporations negotiable and transferable tho bill will become a law It will relievo tho situation of tho tobacco growers In tho burley dls tricts Under tho provisions of this act tho tobacco growers will bo nblo to borrow all tho money obtainable on their tobacco as soon as It Is de livered to tho Barley Tobacco ware house companies The bill passed the house and the senate unanimously Tho bill providing for tho chang ing of the time of holding courts In the First Judicial district passed tho senate 28 to 0- Changes In Parole Law Tho bill to repeal tho parolo law and enact n more liberal act In its place was Peed by the house 07 to S Tho oommltteo on rule called up Senate Bill 79 providing for changing ono of the penitentiaries Into a state ivformatory in which convicts under 30 years of ago shall be confined ox cept by habitual criminals was pawed by a vote of 76 to 4 Plea for River Trade Claiming that Oho river packet will virtually be forced out of busncsi If the commerce law eases the Kentucky legislature tho 1oulsvlllo bcaid of trade voted to send a delegation to Frankfort to defeat the mcMurp Tho measure places regulation of packet companies under the Jurisdiction of the Inter state commorco commission The board holds that such n law would groatly damage river trade With H hip and a hurrah the county unit bill passed the house by a vote of 63 to 2S and will be sent to tho senate The sup porters of the bill have not tho same hopes that It will pass tho senate as It did tho house By parliamentary tactics however tho bill may bo put on Its passage and then It Is likely that It will bo passed but tho wets will not bo idle The Waggoner county unit bill was reported to the senate as having pasted the houeo and was allowed to take Its rogular courso Tho rules committee called from the orders of the day H U 347J W Holland To regulate tho establish ment of Industrial schools Tho bill provides that before any school col lego or Institution Is established permission to operate such an institution must bo had by tho legal voters in the precinct in which such institution Is sought to bo located The provisions of this act do not apply to cities ot the first second third or fourth class or to schoolBrcolleges and institutions already in existence The bill was passed by a voto of 03 to 7 This bill will prevent the establishment of tho Lincoln Institute in Shelby county if It passes tho senate In tho house as a minority report from tho commtttco on buffrago and elections Col It D Hunter of Winchester submitted a favorable report on tho Graves bill granting women limited suffrage in school matters Tho minority report was defeated by n Vote of 43 to 37 in effort to substi tute It for the majority report Senate bill No 77 tho Thomas bill providing for the Parole and indeter minate sentence passed by a vote ot 50 to 20- RECEIVERS w tREPORT CONFIRMED Big Sum Will Be Divided Among Creditors of Defunct Company Lexington KyIt Is expected that 1000000 will be distributed at ones to claimants against the Southern Mu dual Investment Co as a result of the confirmation of tho report of Receive J C Rogers by the circuit court hero rite Investment company failed sev eral years ago with nearly 3000 claim ants residing In every slate at tho Union NOTHING NEW IN IDEA OF ALDRICH Inquiries Similar to One He Asks Have Been Made Before BROUGHT FORTH NO RESULTS Reports Concerning Economy General ly PigeonholedPresident Taft Not Worrying Over Roosevelts Re turnInterest Over Investi gations Washington Senator Aldrichs bill to create a government business method commission Is a measure somewhat similar to others that have been introduced In tho past in congress Thero havo been Inquiries aforetime into tho business methods of tho departments with a view to dis covering ways and means to save money but the reports which were turned In were pigeonholed as a rule or If action was taken it had no ado quato result In reducing expenses Years ago the term billion dollar congress was used merely for tho purpose of getting tho effect which sometimes comes from a picturesque exaggeration No one dreamed 20 years ago that at any ono session of congress tbero would bo appropriated for the expenses of the government a sum of money reaching anywhere near the billion mark Last year however congress appropriated 1 040000000 and this year it will ap propriate In all human probability about tho same amount The government work constantly Is expanding As the people grow their expenses grow and therefore if in 1910 the appropriation bills are Just tho same as they were in 1909 It of necessity marks a saving after all Tho fact that there Is not likely to bo any growth In the appropriations this year over that of last year Is duo largely to the pruning methods which havo been adopted In the committees of congress which scrutinize the supply bills Clever Political Work It Is regarded In Washington as a bold and It may be a successful party stroke for tho leader of tho Repub Means In tho senato 10 come out as he has for a reduction of tho expendi tures of the government The Repub lican party has been charged with ex travagance The Democrats say that even If Mr Aldrichs bill becomes a law the business mens commission find out real money can bo saved and money finally Is saved this will not clear the Republicans of the charge of extravagance In tho past Tho Democrats also say that If the commission shall find that It tins been costlpg 140000000 to run tho navy departmont for Instance and It can be shown that the same results could havo been reached with an expendi ture of ono hundred millions tho majority party Is bound to suffer Employes In Protest Any scheme for the Investigation of tho departments with a view to cut ting down expenditures fs bound to be met with opposition from the great force of government employes some 30000 in number who ore on the labor rolls In Washington A great many of those small officials clerks messengers stenographers doorkeepers and laborers have families depend ent upon them and with their families they make up a large percentage of tho population of tho capital city If economy means a cutting down of salaries or a dismissal of a part of the work- Ing force employed the reason for the opposition of the clerks and others readily can bo seen Desire for True Economy- It Is posslblo and perhaps entirely probable that economy In government work ran be secured without any way affecting tho pay of tho government employes Tho government spends so much money In building battleships In putting up public buildings and In contract work generally that It will bo found that the three hundred mil lions which Mr Aldrich thinks can be saved every year undor the applica lion of business methods may be saved without the necessity of going outside of tho greater bills which Uncle Sam has put up to him every yearIt always has been said that thero could be a great saving in government expenditures if absolute business methods wore applied and It Is very probable that this Is true It there Is a chance to savo three hundred roll lion dollars perhaps the expenditure of tho few thousands that n commis sion of Inquiry will cost will not be unwisePresident Not Worrying There Is no evidence that Pres- Ident Taft Is worrying in the least about what Col Theodore loose velt may say concerning tho progress or tho lack of progress of the policies of tho present administration It Is apparent that tho president holds to the belief that Mr Roosevelt will be lIevo in hIs absolute sincerity of pur pose and that even though congress docs not put through all the advanced legislation which the president has recommended Mr Roosevelt will real Izo that the fault Is that of congress and not the administration It Is curious from how many view points the return of tho strenuous ono to this country Is looked at There are those advanced Republicans who are so progressive that their fellow party members call them radical who seem to think that the insert the former president sets foot on this soil be is going to issue an edict of dls approval of everything that Mr Wil liam Howard Taft has done since he entered the White House Then there are tho Republicans who are progres sive without being markedly so who say that Mr Roosevelt will glvo expressions of approval to some of Mr Taft3 acts and of disapproval to some of his other acts Then there are the old lino Republicans who believe that Mr Roosevelt will hold his peace Then come tbo Democrats who look nt the thing from a political rather than from d personal point of view and who say that Mr Roosevelt being a good politician and knowing tho value of making the party record appear as good as it can bo made will Indorse the Taft administration and will simply bend his own writing energies to aid the energies of the president In getting the party to go ahead faster than It has along the line ofprogressionHopes Democrats The Democrats say however that the extreme conservatives In tho Re publican party who have control of the house and senate will refuse to go ahead on the new paths of prog ress any faster than they havo been going In the past and that as a re suit the combined editorial efforts of Mr Roosevelt and the administration efforts of Mr Taft will avail nothing to get the party to move fast enough to satisfy tho peopleergo the next national administration Is bound to beDemocraticTheodore Is recognized as being tho man who was practically responsible for making William II Taft n candidate for tho nomination for the presidency It Is no secret and Mr Taft does not deny It himself that he did not care to enter tho campaign for tbo nomination His chief ambition was to have a seat on the bench of tho supremo court of tho United States If he bad not been urged to enter tho field as a candidate for the presidency he probably would bo on tho supremo bench today Ho yield ed unquestionably to the persuasions of his friend who then was president and became an actIve candidate Roosevelts Probable Action Now when it Is considered that for years Theodore Roosevelt leaned on his secretary of war Mr Taft as he leaned on no other member of his cabinet and it is remembered how he constantly alluded to the great work which his war secretary was doing It can be readily understood why It is that the colonels friends do not think that he will become hastily an ad verse critic of the man in whom for so long a time ho had placed his con fidence It may bo that Col noose volt Is disappointed because his party already has not carried out every pledge that was made In tho national platform It may possibly bo that ho Is disappointed In President Taft but efen If this Is so his friends in Wash ington say be Is going to keep his own counsel for a long time yet to come Investigations Interest The Interest in Washington actu ally seems to bo sharper today In the investigations under congressional supervision which are go ling on than in any legislation which pending before tho lawmakers The Democrats say that tho Republi cans are busy Investigating themselves but nonpartisan fairness would make It appear that the Democrats are right only in part Mere is a list of tho investigations and Inquiries for Inquiry is a better word to apply In some cases which are now under way or In present pros pect Relating to tho official conduct of Richard A Balllnger secretary of the Interior and Gifford Plnchot former United States forester As to tho cost of living An Inquiry Into tho business meth ods of tho various departments of the government with tbo view of discovering If possible why It costs so much to run the federal machine An Inquiry Into tho monetary systems of other countries preliminary to the Introduction of legislation es tablishing a sound currency system In the United States An Investigation with reference to immigrationA waterways at home and abroadAn inquiry to determine whether the maximum rates of the new tariff law shall bo applied to any nation Are Somewhat Costly Somo of the members of congress hove said that the expenses of the several committees and commissions will amount to pretty close to a mil lion and a half dollars A study of the paragraphs setting forth the In vestigations which are being conducted will show that tho Democratic statement that the Republicans are investigating themselves has perhaps bearing in real truth on only the in vestigation into tho conduct of Secretary of tho Interior Balllngor and former United States Forester Pin chotOf course congress which votes the appropriations is necessarily to be held responsible for the increased ex penditures which there may bo In the departments of tho government because no branch of the service can spend money that congress has not I authorized by appropriation The Re publicans being In the majority in congress necessarily must bear the blame If it shall bo shown that there has been any extravagance In the mat ter of hiring too many clerks or spend ing too much money In any depart mental way GEORGE CLINTON LifeIhimself Urea r I FAVORABLE OUTLOOK Industrial and Trade Situation Shows Improvement and Outlook for Spring Trade It Good New YorkR O Dun Cos week ly review of trade says With on unusually severe winter drawing to a close and with tho sub- sIdence of excitement in the financial markets the industrial and trade sit uation shows improvement and the outlook for the spring season is prom ising It is an easy matter of course to pick flaws in the situation Among theso may be mentioned the decreas ing excess of exports over imports the balance of trade in favor of this country during the current fiscal year being tho smallest since 1896 and but for tho torelgn purchases of American securities during tho recent decline there would be probably heavy ox ports of gold Then the bond market Is unfavorable for largo flotations and title retards extensive works of con struction The Philadelphia strike is- nn ugly development hurting trade In that city and Injuring sentiment else whereThe heavy liabilities of defaulting concerns during February due how ever chiefly to four very large failures is not a pleasant Incident A slight tendency to a reduction in building operations is to bo noted There is also considerable disposition to wait for congressional legislation and court decisions before entering upon large business commitments But in spite ot those things tho fact remains that there is a big volume of business at least closely approximating normal Prospects of an active business in Iron and steel multiply It is true that the recent Improvement In the trade has been largely sentimental but it Is believed that several Important un dertakings will be Inaugurated with tho advent of open weather especially in structural lines Tho market for cotton goods Is again back to the level preceding tho latest advance and trading Is now en gaged in with less regard to tho cost of raw material There has been a reduction in the price to 4 cents and fouryard brown shootings are now quoted at GVi cents Somewhat similar developments are noticed in woolen and worsted mills Trade Rather Backward New York Bradstreels says Spring trade is rather backward in developing at many points Weather conditions flooded streams and bad country roads are variously assigned as reasons for the hesitation shown In various lines but back of all these there is an undeniable feeling of con servatism because of the uncertainty regarding the reception to bo given higher priced products by the ulti mate consumer Reorder trade in spring goods by Jobbers Is not cape tally large and business at first hands is hold back pending clearer views of price matters and crop pros peels Collections are widely quoted as slow and few are better than fair Business failures in the United States for the week ending with March 3 were 184 against 254 last week 219 In the like week of 1909 287 In 1908 172 In 1907 and 177 in 1906 Business failures in Canada for the week number 22 which compares with 28 last week and 33 in the same week In 1909 Wheat including flour exports from tho United States and Canada for the week ending March 3 aggregate 2045 bus1cls1stweek last year For the 35 weeks ending March 3 exports are 109126 60 bushels against 137911287 bush eta in tho corosponding period last yearCorn exports for the week are 733 466 bushels against 729824 bushels last week and 760550 bushels in 1909 For the 35 weeks ending March 3 corn exports are 18640637 busnels ngalnst 20831952 bushels last year TOBACCO MARKET Louisville Ky March GThe market for common grades of new bur boy both red and colory was fully 144c higher Medium and good red leaf stronger and sold nearer outside quotations than for several weeks All colory styles were In good request LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati March GCattleShip porn 6a675 extra 685a7 butcher steers extra 615a635 good to choice 5GOaC10 common to fair 4a525 heifers extra 625a635 good to choice 535a610 common to fair 325 n525 cows extra 5EO good to choice 485a540 common to fair 275a475 canners 275a375 Bulls Bologna 435a515 fat bulls 525a575 Calves Extra 9 fair to good 5725a87S common and large 5a850 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 1005al010 stags 650a835 common to choice heavy fat sown 7a935 light shippers 940a975 pigs 110 Ibs and less 7a925 Sheep Extra 660a 665 good to choice 6a650 common to fair 375a575 Lambs Extra 930 a940 good to choice 9a925 common to fair n75a875 yearlings 6a775 GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati March GFlourWint- er patent 585a620 spring patent 570aG Rye Northwestern blended U5a465 Wheat No 2 red 118a 122 CornNo2 white 63aG4c No 2 yellow 62aG2Vfcc No2 mixed Gla6- 2c Oats No 2 white 5la51he No 2 mixed 49a49t4c HayNo 1 time thy 18a1850 No 2 timothy 1650aI 17 No 1 clover mixed 1625alC75 No 1 clover 15al550 Malt Spring barley 84a86c low grade 82a84c Bar toyNo 2 spring 78a82c ReNo 2 84a86c Bran and Middlings Bran 2450a2C50 ton mixed feed 2550a 2650 middlings coarse 25a26 o What Is Happening Throughout the State j Lexington KyThe corn school for Kentucky boys opened in tho State university with a class of 50 boys from various sections of tho stateUIxnilsville KyTho date for the 1 enthronement oft Bishop ODonoghuc of Indianapolis as the head of tho diocese of Louisville was fixed for March 30- Louisville Ky Baylcss L D Guffy former chief justice of the court of appeals Kentuckys highest tribunal died after two months illness Ho was 77 years of age Louisville Ky Arthur M Miles who shot and killed Bessie Stub attempted suicide in his cell at the coun ty Jail Jail Physician Garvin says his wounds are not fatal Lexington tyAs a compromise proposition tho city council at a ape dal meeting passed an ordinance fix- Ing the saloon license for 1910 at 225 payable 75 March 1 and 175 Sept 1 Lexington yThoFayette Gun club has applied to the Interstate Trap Shooters association for the dates May 19 and 20 for the here championship shoot that is to bo stateICovington KyAfter hearing arguments in the preliminary trial in i which Frank W Tranter charged hIsIbrother Rev Watson W Tranter with r forging a check for GOOOCountyIJudge Cleary held the minister over to tho next grand jury for investiga tlon Paducah KyTho City National and AmericanGerman National banks i consolidated with total resources ot I about 2000000 The now Insttutlon j j will be known as the City National i bank which has Just begun the erection ot a tenstory building The bank will havo deposits of 121169611tIxiutsvllle KyEva Tanguay the actress was arrested here charged with assault and battery by Clarence Hess a supo at Macauleys theater Hess also filed suit against Miss Tan guay for 2000 damages alleging thatfEva had Inflicted injuries upon t with her fists and also a hatpin i I Lebanon KyAs tho result of a fierce battle with three lions at the j ranch of Cherokee Ed Baumelster five miles west of this city Samuel I Rose 23 practically had all the flesh torn off his arm and the bones wero i crushed in four or five places rbolmember was amputated Owensboro KyE H Cady of Torledo 0 purchased tho properties in this Davless county of tho Kentucky end Indiana Telephone and Telegraph Co at a receivers sale for 50000 The property is valued at 250000 with a debt of 175000 It is said Mr Cady acted for the bondholders Frankfort KyGeorgo S Wilson of Sturgis speaker of the house I representatives was put In tho runtning for tho democratic nomination for governor when 47 representatives nearly two thlyds ot the democratic members of tho house pledged them selves to support him for the nomina tion Frankfort KyAt a meeting of the state railroad commission the inter state commerce commissions uniform domurrage code was adopted and Will become a rule for the shippers and tho railroads of this state Rates on steam coal from oH points In Western Kentucky to Mayfield were reduced from 110 per ton to 90 cents a ton Lexington KyC M McRoberts formerly of Cincinnati and more re cently of Lexington was arrested at Kokomo Ind and brought back to this city to answer the charges of big amy and larceny preferred by MrsIEsther Halberstadt McRoberts Is designated as wife No 1 and whofresides in Cincinnati fA Ft Thomas Ky Word was received hero of the death of Lieut Col Bernard A Byrne a retired officer In San Francisco after a lingering 111 ness Byrne served with the Sixth In fantry which was stationed In the Kentucky Highlands before and after tho SpanishAmerican war for 26 years Joining it Immediately afterIgraduating from West Point 1Danville Ky James A Stout the wealthy young man who lied sworn t vengeance on tho women of Danville was arrested by a posse of officers tried and adjudged n lunatic The looms of the crazy man had been bedded down in straw like stalls in iofWilson of the Kentucky Trotting Horse breeders association made the announcement that the twoyearold tdlvisicm of the Kentucky Futurity en tries to which will close March 16 will In future bo a special race Louisville lyTbo final day of grace for corporations brought an aval anche of reports to tho office of Assignment 1 Clerk Charles Warren Mr Warren stated that of the 1700 cor poratlons In the Fifth district mere than tourfifths have compiled t 1 iuueueueoeoeoeoeglKlIOeOel oeueueueuevev- I i East Kentucky Correspondence j I News You Get Nowhere Else I I IIeorreipoBdeac pobllihel nnltit shoed in fan 07 the writer She same e not lot piblicatloa hat as ti tTldtnc of good faith Writ plainly n e nnnnnnn ftDftnnnnnnnnnnn JACKSON COUNTY McKEE MoKco March SDert Lunsford died In Chicago and was brought to McKee tar burial Friday He was a relative of John Lunsford who lives + near here and made his home with him part of the time John Cain who Is quite an old man and had been sick for some time died Friday and was burled near town Saturday County Judge J W Mulllns wife who has boon seriously ill for some time is some bettor at this writing Walter Mcdlock W S Meyers Lad Win Isaacs traveling salesmen wero calling on our merchants this wee Dr Amyx left home Friday for short stay In Louisville and Fra tortMr George Amyx of Maulden buslnessjInMulllns Esq C E Smith was noti fled to hold tho examining trial Leonard and Wllgus Isaaca charged with the murder of Cyrus Isaacs of Brazil Jackson County at the Court- House in McKee Saturday Mar 5 Quito an interest was manifested In the trial by tho largo number of people gathered from different pp utseof the County to hear the trial Leonard Isaacs was held without ball and taken to the Laurel Coun tynoel Jail Wllgus Isaacs was held on bo ndLire of 2000 for his appearance in odteryJackson Circuit Court and a of 300 to keep the peaceStKVKIIOIIKKM Evergreen March bJ W La of Beroa Is here this week havf his land surveyed Robert Camp boll of Clay County is here th 8 week visiting his brother Thomas Campbell Mr J W Fowler of Be rea is hero buying and surveying landMr Burnett Lunsford has moved to cofarmersto farm more this year than many years before Mr Alex Drew is vlsr lUng his brother W Drew in Reel- castle County this weokMr C Lake of Borca wan in our vicinitya this week buying calves Mr JacktlCarpenter has bought John Smithwhfarm and Mr Smith has moved tonRockcastle Mr 0 M Payne ofwas Disputant was here last weekIrseHallle Lako 11Idat 500 acres of land to sell lie wants to go out west Mrs Jennie Gray issowI now at Hot RoETISCL dMarchIsNeeleyJohn Q Rice is very IllHon Calebh Ishouse01Cordeliathe quilting of Miss Mary Rice Wed nesday and report a fine tlmeWo are expecting Mr Robert Reese home from Ohio soonMrs Amanda Hur ley is sick with lagrlppe Mr U S G Rico and son McKinley and M J NEeley started for Roses Creek 1 Thursday on businessMrs Dalley Is no better Mrs Martha Rice and day daughter vjsited at U S G Rico a Thursday nlg1t1Ir and Mrs Bur nett Bingham are all smiles over tho arrival ofa baby boy the 5th Misses M Rice and CorncUa Poe are planch nlng to visit Mr and Mrs George Hornsby of Bernice next week Hurrah for Thd Citizen and its many readers it is the best paper printed In the mountains GKAY HAWK ty Gray Hawk Mar GLewis Job son has returned home from OhioGI where ho has been at work for some for time Goo Tlncher made a flying trip to Gray Hawk last Monday J Charlie Tlncher is sickMrs Martha Hellard hM returned home from Llv Ingston whore she has been visiting to her son O A Hellard The Hall ten Stave Co has done their work Infal Gray Hawk and are ready for anhoother sotMr Thomas Turner says some dogs broke in and killed some of his sheep Hayes and Turner are of It full blast rafting tlesW Parrot Is rafting this weekTurner and Parrett are having somo trouble with Rev their dogs and shoopJ F Tlncher made a business trip to J D Spur locks one day this week Thomas been Morris cut his foot very badly while making ties NATIIANTO- NNathunton Mar 7Tho weather la est now warm and farmers erly to prepare for oats sowlngWUUamI Moore and family have recently reI6 turned from Oklahoma They to think there Is no RiceIllaltyWe regret to lose so good a neighbor Jno Curry will move to the place vacated by Mr Hosklns Mrs Does who has been sick for some time is I slowly improving The Misses Rady I I Brewer Emma and Minnie Lane B H Holcomb were the guests of D IG Wood Saturday night All ro ort nice time Miss Magslo Gentry contemplating a visit to biissour- rM Wyckllffe and Salllo biclVho were the guests of Miss Lena Hos kins Saturday night Robt N Docs is now turning a 15 aero field which ho will plant to corn next spring t There were services held at U I church last Sunday by tho Rov G G Holcomb and Wm Pennlngton Tho house vacated by MY Ja Dees has recently been occupied b Moses Matheas ExRep Wm C sent an application for the Union Ielhs We hops ho will be our tc or Wo are sorry to announce tho death of Dr N M Clark who has been sick for quite a while family has our heart felt sympathy OUKKNHAII ofGtcenhall March 7titsPierson of Bcattyville is visiting tlves on Sturgeon Wlllam Moore wife have returned from Oklnho goodChough for him Sammlo Plorson leave for Illinois this week whrePeb will work during the summer Jeff Hosklns and family kayo moved to Estlll County Mrs Phobo Pierson Lucy visited the birth place Plersou Tuesday and the ceme where Mrs Plersontf grand1ler wore burled on the little orurgeont fromkeLonI o gwith smallpox there being revs 1exposuresIrs Kanor Flanery left Saturday for Ohio The Rov Gent filled his regular appointments Cannons chapel and Big Springs Sua day John P Wilson is offering sell the of his farmI thnsistingextra good farming land well UmI bereJJ S Bowles has begun flshI Ins and will continue this Bummor FlansJethe have not been heard from sinceU left Louisville Jim tee o was reported low with pee last week died Tuesday ac eekd burled Wednesday In the Flan burying groundDr black Clark died the first of tho week after a nor lingering lllneas of several months ch Wm Cook purchased a fine b roodS from Walker FlantuyC- Wbinnon was up from Bores geld the farm lest by G G to Mrs Lucretia Wilson Lewis ard Is about wellW N Hughes ID working several hands at his on Grassy DranchJ D Pierson a good mule 15 hands high he offering to swap tor a saddle horse brood mare HUnLEYI tI IIffirmUJPlea4art2750Sir w K McCollum of I was visiting at his fathers Satur IV night and Sunday There Is a protracted meeting at Indian Creek IImanSeveral from this place ottcndcdI at Birch Lick F Misses Nnnnie Morris and wSparkchurch at Indian Creek this acek Mr L C Little our sheriff of Ann vllle has moved to the Baker proper on Indian Creek We are glad to May McCollum and family will start Hamilton Ohio Saturday W It McCollum of Isaacs will move to the H Gabbard farm near the moo bc- of Hooten In two weeks Mr Fran Gabbard of Sand Lick has moved the Jake Morris property at Hoo YI Creek Mr W M Moore an ily have moved into their new KERIIT KNOI1 Kerby Knob March GRev N North Carolina held a series ofclemeetings at the Baptist church 1 week closing Monday night Lunsford held services at telSundayhold at tills place during tho his winter months on account of bad datGthan over before Mr Jas and Miss Flossie Powell were chiIp0 IrRichmond reuISaturday night- RDCKCASTtF COURT ljn- OON1 Boone March 8Next Saturday and ler daysFairviewLire at has 111 been sick is some IctlerTho small child of Mr and Mrs Geo Lamb Is much better Dr Charles Robinson of Berea was in tills vicinity one day last wcekA D Lovott visited homo folks hero Saturday night and SundayMr B B Chastccn attaad ed church at Macedonia Sunday Mr T Chasteon of Boron recently moved Into this vicinity Mr David Grant toandMrs Mattie Gadd which was vacated by Joe Lerottlllas Jennie Chasteen isand Mlsa Lyda Ltjvett visited Miss Taylor near Conway Sunday terSunday school at Falrvlew Is gett along nicely with S B McCluro as suptMr Sam Lambert rail road foreman visited his family at Solder Sunday Willie Cpylo who Is vlslUdonnear Rock ford Saturday and Sunday Mies Hattie Poyntcr of lastvWilyplaco5Jof taeuncco rorI18 Mary Wren visited her mother near Hock ford Sun buslnuesHisSundaMr Jas Oldham and Mr Coo Lamb were in Berea Sunday COUNTYrollmdIJlmnvsmaDreyfus March 7Mr F M Jones oamade a business trip to Brassfleld diedwill23 of lagrippe Her remains wero laid to rest In the Richmond cemo tery We extend our deep sympathy with tho friends loft behind Mr ofCurt Bongo made a business trip to Berea SaturdayMr Erneet Wlnk of Indiana who has been visiting relatives hero and in Estlll and oth places returned to his homo Th- eyMr Curt Bongo called on Miss puutildaIr J Rose of this place and 195 Sue Hamilton of Speedwell ryexpecting to got married Marsh atrectoLalrbusses Pearl Young and Mol Sparks and Lelia Kimborlaln wore e guests of the Misses Zeulah and Davis Sunday Mr BeSinPuckett and Mr Elron Holland dents at Borca wwo hero from Fri1stday till Monday Miss Elga Rose guest of Miss Bessie Rose Sat night Mrs Llzzlo Kimborlaln E friendmdnand relatives In Jackson County last isnA1tT6cHarts March 8We aro having protracted meeting hero at Jones WoJonescomo out and lets help themMr J Lake has just retunntd from Jackson where he has been visiting son T J LakeMr W B Lake and andC Pulllns west to Richmond Stan on business Mr Grathwohl will preach at Harts Sunday evening a 230 Everybody conic out and hear hlmIr Jim McQueens folks template going to Ohio soon to won Mrgorytrouble Mr J F Hawkins is talk latherInlawI and at and move the plnccIr Wad Mrs D O JrasesCano SldncT Intorafordt tITtIHawkins cemetery for burial Shogo tlJlIIKingston March 7Mrs Jno Powell who has boon very sick Is much better Mrs Cam Lewis has been very sick for tho past weekDr Martin who has been ill Is CareportedInsblr James Murray is able t out Mr tIhasannothlSaturdayAttorneyRichmond was here last Sunday CLAY COUNTY in SEXTONS CUKKK ShSextoae Creek March 5School here Wednesday March 2nd Thuredahoy Iand wah0The main part of his address vice in denying some of tho this gg opponents had said about him Charlie Sexton had a working Thurs Jas Banks had a working Fri VbSunday W N Burch went to Man the ster today on business The sick grl ple of the neighborhood as re Hag last week are better except was Napier John W Dakar of Be has been visiting friends and Mr welIA inKH Mar ITIe hacking and log hauling Is all the go nowE Nap and David Bowman have gone tie has hauling R B Clark who has been Call with the measles Is back in his full store again Gilbert Grimes ha rchased a farm from Nathan Cope 300 Mr Cope is planning to Napn4s weekS E Baker of this place has ently moved to Toga to the fnrni of Row Boostersit 0 Woods has purchased a fine talking machine from W W Combs Rachel Combs tho welcome guest of Sophie gleton Sunday George Campbell at Cool Spring on business tho James Folty purchased a fine mule from R W Woods for 150 V Napier our photographer is doing a hustling business R P rarI cum was thru hero last week buying poultry and eggsMrs Willie Biggs I very illC O Kelley Is paling house and garden this week Daniel Bowman is to bo baptized the third Sunday of this monthlt OIods Is erecting a building on of Cool Spring where he ex pects to make his home 1tIt1a11Ta11AIe1sMar 4Sam Smith Cora Hubbard were recently mar ried and have gone to housekeeping otf WasursWoodsou Mills la tokr contract of building and Mnn Joseph Wagers of Man dSundayThomgrippe hero and Dr Rlckctts bCornselling at a dollar per bushel here aro tower cattle and hogs this neighborhood than for seve c1eQpedthemH Fredericks school at Mudllck I e latter Is still in extremely bad People aro wasting their time working staves No wonder raise scant crops and cry hard es LAUREL COUNTYI I1ONIIAM- Bonham Mar GIho death angel came to the home of Mr Jefferson hells Monday night the 28th of MaryuI Baptist church for several has lived a good happy IIthethink she is resting wltl the angels j heaven and wo will nWct her again IIrestleaves a husband and eight children several brothers and sisters an to mourn her death ThereIs a largo crowd at the sertconducted by the Rev Rooms OWSLEY COURT VINCENT incent Mar 4 Burgoyne been confined to his homo for past week with a severe case of ppeThe social gathering at Mr Rowlands last Saturday night well attended and all who were present reported a fine tlmeDRufus Jackson and Cash Powell t1weekconfined to his room with a JameI backJohn Chestnut of this place secured a position with the Mc Company and will handle a and complete lino of patterns Highest Scientific Authority Has demonstrated that ol two loaves of bread one raised with Royal Raking Powder and the other with alum link lug powder tlioRoyal rafsatt loaf Is 32 pct cont ntoro Ulgoatlblo than llto other Avoid Alum stind also solicit subscriptions for the magazine J C Botncr lute sot his saw and grist mill to H C Smith of Endcc much to the dlssatlnfac tlon of all the people around hero Harry Marcuin who was reported sick some few weeks Ago is now able to be out and resume his duties again IIIa w e ScoIr l 1I I than has been known for years a i prices are high when any are bought nnId I guests of Mr TB Vonablo Sunday Iilg1tLir Apdy Venable and wite were tho guests of Mr and Mrs J B Scott Saturday nlghtJ B leasae of Duck Fork was the guest of Rolo Vonablo a day or two last week Mr Patrick Mnyso of Orpha Jack son County passed thru hero Tuesday on his way home from Boonevllle whore ho had been on BOIIIO legal business T B Vonablo was at Boonovillc lost week attending to some real estate business ISLAND CITY Island City March bDial a few days ago Mrs Green Pesters who ro sides In Illinois She leaves n hug band and three children Wm Slays StatoJAUaddress him at Richmond There is going to bo a land elide t for Powers In Owsloy County P M Ire superintendent of schools has sold his entire farm to W S Peters for nine hundred dollars Mr Fryo will occupy tile hpuso vacated b Mr Henry Wlnn near Boonevllle On Fob 24 Wm Ias W aidkltascaptured two moonshine stills oni Wild Dog Sheridan Peters of Ilion la expected homo In a row days There Is a series of meetings In Bosslon at Ont Grove conducted by Evangelist Edwards A B Carmack and wife visited W A honking Blake Saturday and SundayT L St John at Lexington is visiting at Island CroolcIEmory Peters visited old acquaintances at Bluko Saturday Bowmannan interesting sermon n Walnut Grove Sunday Tho moonIshine stills In Owsley County disappeared on account of ou hustling marshal Wm MaysThtlittle Infant of P M Fryo who wasInot expected to llvo U ImllrovlngI J A Bowman received his last deI nightdand Morgan who mode application fo- he position of deputy marshal Injthis division falledJ T Gentry left IIWdoors vacated by P SI YyoTh mlra sawing ties I IIIbcgjns the fourth Monday In March Boonovllle Bill Allen deputy sheriff was at Island Crook a Sow t hisamove to CountyfCongersvllle III Letter Congcrsvllle III March iLKelley has moved near Congorsvllle IROYAL Baking Powder renders the food more digestibleand wholesome 1N01W04EB ffiPuret oo 4nbto L Mr Ellsworth Smith has moved to lone of II bh Robinsons housett ro ceiitly vacated by Leo Kalloytilt and Mrs Hugh Young aro the proud parents of twin babies a boy and a nlrl born Maroii tile tlllltMr and bah Andrew Holman returned to their homo In Atlanta Monday after i n weeks visit with relatives at Mack Itatwblr and Mm Zoda Lain aro the welcome guosta of Jack Burtln And family at present Married the first of Maroli Mr Robert Smith to Tina demons We wish the couple much succew and happiness In tho future Mr Milt Richardson of Ku rtka was the short of Victoria Alex auder Sunday Abnor Willis and fpmlly lure moved to their rew homo null are woll satisfied with IL4 liHurley and family have moved to Taula JIIDlod March 2nd Mr Kauf man of Congonvlllo age SI years Mr Joo Sltznmn Is suffering with a severe caw of neuralgia Mr Ed win Alexander has brim very sick but Is much Improved sowTho meadce aro raping In Congcrevillo tour of Jas Lambs family ore down with them and very slok There will be an untortalnmont glvon at tho JGoodflold church Starch 27th Eas Everyone Is Invited to como Mrs Prlsellla Foot was called to Deer Creek Tuesday to her daughters on account of the Illness of her little granddaughter JHENRY NGRH Murpii MWRITESI Mar 1 1910 As a Missionary of the American Sunday school Union Chicago IH 7 counties Randolph Perry Franklin Jackson Union Alexander and Pul afckl In southern 111 I have been Yable to reach five of the above coup tine and by the help of tile Lord nd Christian people I have been to accomplish tho following Organize 12 Sunday schools with 41 teachers 421 scholars Reorganise 22 schools with OS tcaohors 1312 scholars Visit and aid 47 schools with 263 teachers 2C57 scholars Dis Godstworth of religious literature and books Visited 1318 homes and left bibles and good books Traveled 6769 miles on rail bicycle and on foot atidromosstconversions Eight churches grow out 1lothodlaCraro he respective denominations Four teen preaching stations established and tour prayer meetings organized Held tour gospel meetings A great outlook for bettor work comercan oin together as a band of workers the Lord regardless of what do they belong I am your brother In Ills service IngramIILeads the World ItabattleshipsStates government has produced a biggesttbuilding of any foreign navy T MOTHERSMother a relief for PeverUhncu Ileaibclie Had Stomach Teething nlrordrn morn and rIlalo uuColdsItkathanLaetold lijr all dniExUt tic rid today UuuiatccpttntubiUluto 1