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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ffi t HE 5 I DENT b OFFICE I3EREA KY y BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED STANLEY FROST Manager Mttttndat On lotto ft lima XII u ieetm4 uIMUtnGUtr to the theVol XI Fire cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY MARCH 17 1910 One Dollar a year No87 I The Spring Styles Are Here LwETAKE pleasure in announcing the arrivaliof our New Spring Styles in Suits for Men and Young Men We are 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 l We aim to make your clothes money go farthest and to your greatest satisfaction We rely on your appreciation 4 THIS IS THE HOME OF Friend Made Clothes BereaRTHE R COYLEKy NEWS OF THE WEEK Roosevelt Beck to CivilizationTwo PUns for Immense and Costly Strike Tafts Brother In law a Suicide Democratic Leaders Working to Head Bryan off MEETING TEDDY Roosevelt Is back In civilization Onco Chore the dally movements of tho strenuous cx prwldent can bo reported over tho telegraph and as a result TJO has at once taken a poslUon on tho first page of overy paper In the country and ho seems likely to hold It for a while Way up tho famous Nile on which Mosca had his little napI Roosevelt was mot by a gang of nowe paper men Every paper that much of Itself woo representedthinksII some of tho best known wrl tho world wore there At Khartum a llttlo lower down tho river his wife ISInow1ho has announced that ho will not about politics for some limo and It any ono should claim to glvo his views on any political aubjoct they will bo lying YOUNG KNOX LANDS Tho son Cf Secretary Knox who made himself famous by marrying a shop girl and then being driven from homo by his father has got a Job Ho will soil Continued on fifth page THE ITIZENof SPRING MILLINERY Ladles you are most cordially In vited to attend my opening of Spring Millinery March 25 and 26 1910 Corner Chootnut and Parkway Borea Kentucky Mm Laura Jones TREASURERS REPORT following the report of the Treasurer of the town of Derm Ky from July ji 1909 to Mirth 8 1910 RltCHIFTSi pine received from rolkeadgego9 86 01 Tax Collection for year 1909 38464 Find Mttltment with C S Rogers collector 1907 19919 llallatt told 1910 4736Ilndlvlduallubocrlpllonl Improvement 14800 Funds borrowed from Dink 4jooo fJ J44 ITolal DISnUKSKMKNTSi Overdraft at flank at close of last report f 1619 Claim for City Clerk a ser14ySAI-ewra 1700 SupenlorsS 14x0 13836jlldlirmtnt1115 Attorney fee jooo- Dook and ttatlonery 1585 Interest on f6oo note 3600 Material for atreeti p9o BS Freight on ballast 40700 Commission tax collections 7895 Surveyor Krvleca furnishing grade for tide walk and streets 6008 Balance oil hand Total J23440 A ropy allestr CI HANSON J W STltrilHNS Clerk Treasurer V Devoted Interests Mountain People iSHOE r NEW Spring and Sum mer styles on saleNow anything a little lit and more exclusive than usual The kind you sec on Paris boulevards Fifth Avenue too Every last and leather that a woman could 1 ossflly want at any time MRS S R BAKER Richmond St Berea Kentucky I I BACK TO THE FARM For the last hundred years America has been busy in the de veloping of her industries The cities Lave grown out of all bounds and the great factories have drawn thousaudf If not milli ons of the youth from the farms ami crushed their life in the whirl of the mighty machines But at lust the turn in the tide has come and the greatest men are seeing again that the real and permanent prosperity of any nation will depend on the prosperity of its farmers and the wealth of its farms No man has been a greater leader in the industrial development than James J Hill but be Los seen the needand here is what he says us totbe need of patriotic work in the development of our farms The man Buys Mr Hill ina strong article who assumes to bo the farmers friend or holds his interests dear will constitute him self a missionary of the new dispepsation It is an act of patriotic service to his country It is a contribution to the welfare of all humanity It will strengthen the pillars of a government that must otherwise be endangered by some popular upheaval when tho land can no longer sustain the population that its bosom bears Here lies the true secret of our anxious intrtllt in agricultural mellodp be cause in the long run they mean life or death io future millions who are no strangers or invaders but our own cbidrene children and who pass judgment upon us according to what we have made of the world in which their lot is to be cast LOOKING TO The ablest newspaper men of this great country are gathered today at a point some thousands of miles from here and a thousand miles from the mouth of the Nile Special boats having been char Cored by the great newspapers and efforts have been put forth as if to report a great battle or some history making event Yet there is only ono man there who can have the least interest to these United StatesThat man is Theodore Roosevelt For him is all tbis gathering of newspaper brains and all this mighty preparations to watch him have these men been sent these thousands of miles to report to a waiting people his least word have the papers spent thousands of dollars What a tribute this is to a man who holds no official posi tion and has no power of any kind except what lies in the confi dence and faith of the peopleI Roosevelt will not talk of politics lie has announced and yet toward him all eyes are turned both of friend and of foe awaiting some word which will be taken as the key of the political situation While president and Cpngress are fighting in Washington America looks to Roosevelt with a feeling that his opinion is of more impor tance than the results of their struggles Until be speaks al ical prophets will prophecy witb great caution and all politicians will move witb care His word will be accepted by the world as the most vital thing in the political situation today And this great tribute is given to a man who has neither money nor organization to back him who is opposed by the powers that be in American politics who Is hated by the business leaders and fear ed by the grafters in high places who has won every step in his ad vancement against the bitter opposition of the machine a man too wbo has made many mistakes af1 violated many of the rules of American politics One thing only does he have that has made all this possible Ha has the confidence of the American people and the character which has earned that confidence Of all living Amer leans it is to him that the people turn for defence of their interests andi t is ho whom they trust to lead their battle against oppression and greed What a pity it is that the ambitious young politicians of today will not learn the lesson which his career teaches Or is it that they would rather have the dollars which dishonor brings than the love and confidence of millions of their fellow men PRISCILLA CLUB BANQUET A notable banquet In honor ot the members ot the Prjscllla Club was tendered them by their husbands at Boone Tavern last Saturday night Thirtyflvo persons sat down to tho table and It is sate to say that none over spent a more enjoyable evening 1n some way news of the coming tune tion had leaked to some of the la dIM and there wets not a few now and fashionable toilettes to grace tho occasion Tho menu served under the skillful direction of Mr Taylor was most excellent and was as follows Fruit Cocktail Maraschino Puree of Celory with Croutons Turkey with Oyster Dressing Celery Cranberry Sauce Potatoes a la Giblet Stutter Tomato Salad Head Lettuce Garnish Saratoga Wafers Olives Ico Cream Preserved Canton Ginger Cakes j Nuts Mint Wafers Dom tasse I After tho physical banquet had been satisfactorily disposed of tho intel lectual treat wac begun and the fol lowIng programme of toasts was 11s I toned to and greatly enjoyed Toast masterJ It Robertson Needle and Thread C L Hanson SwappingFrank LIvengood The Uncrowned Queen AH men Response Mrs C F Hanson Dr P Cornelius was to havo res ponded to the toast Fountains but was called away during the meal and instead a recitation from Mrs Llvengood was enjoyed The following were present Mr and Mrs Frank Blazer Mr and i Mrs W H Bower Mr and Mrs Jno Calfee Mr and Mrs Bert Codding ton Mr and Mrs P Cornelius Mr and Mrs Frank Coyle Mr and Mrs Ooorgo Dick and Miss Myrna Walker Mr and Mrs JP Faulkner Mr and Mrs Stanley Frost Mr and Mrs C Fay Hanson Mr and Mrs C L Han son Mr and Mrs Frank Llvengood Mr and Mrs J R Robertson Mr and Mrs Mark Spank Mr and Mrs Oscar Schwlerlng Mr and Mrs H C Woolf Mr and Mrs Carl Hunt OBITUARY Mr Wlloy Elbridgo Harris one of tho best known ofthe old time resi dents of this section died Saturday tat his homo here and was burled Sun day by tho Masonic Lodge In the Bo rea Cemetery He was nearly C5 years old and had lived all his life near Berea being born In tho old family placo near Narrow Gap Ho loaves a i wife and seven children flvo sons j and two daughters His loss has caus ied general regret and deep sympathy flUllllyIous sympathy and kindness which has been so widely extended In their hour of trouble Mr Mack McCormick of Slate Lick died Monday atuhls home Funeral services were hold at his homo Tuesday by the Rev Howard Hudson and ho was burned In the Berea Come wry The large attendance at the funeral testified to the unusual es teem in which ho was hold IHOW ONE TOWN KEEPS CLEAN Almost as an echo of our editorial last week came the following copy of an ordinance in another lltttlo city sent by a friend who suggests that It would give a good many people now Ideas as to what Is really meant by keeping a town clean No person shall throw or swoop In to or place or drop and suffer to remain In any street any piece of hoop board wood wire paper tattle bot ties or glass or any nail tack sweep ings sawdust scat ashes cinders bbavlngs hair cloth manure oyster shell clam shell lobster shell card handbill or rubbish or filth of any kindor any noxious or refuse liquid- or solid matter or substance The tine for violation of the ordinance Is 25 and It applies not only to the person committing the offense but to his employer and to any one else concerned In the offense Wouldnt an ordinance like this properly enforced do almost as much for the looks of this town as anything else we could think otT L I J Knowledge powerand up knowledge KENTUCKY smarter AFRICA V LOOK OUTF- OR i1 ot j YOURSELFta i7- i ii i Li Consistent saving may be slow but it is a certain J and safe road to riches v I Open an account in our Savings Department and j allow us to assist you to achieve financial in dependence As small an amount as one dollar is enough with which to start an account v1 t 1i t 1 BEREA OJ tJ i BANK TRUST i it J 1 r t 1COMPANY j a I J THE BANK FOR ALL THE PEOPLE t 4 1 WASHINGTON LETTER Taft Getting Very Peevish dyer the Prospects of the Bills He Favors Almost No One Left on His Side Tho Insurgents Favor His Measures Standpatters Hope to Get Ted dy8 Help Washington D C March 12 1910 The smile has come off from the I face of Pres Taft and It la being j succeeded by a frown which grows smllIIngtemper is getting short and vicious lie has all the marks of a man who t Is badly disappointed and who Is pretty mad because no body will help him do the things ho thinks he ought to dolt Is getting clear that Mr Taft Is more or less In the position of the donkey that starved to death between two haystacks because ho couldnt decide which one to begin onMr Taft decided all right but ho got the wrong one And now he la mad be cause the other bunch are opt helping him out And he Is getting mad der and madder There Is no doubt about Mr Tafts Intentions Ho wants to get the best laws he possibly can for the country and he Is anxious to carry out the Roosevelt policies He saw that Roosevelts fighting didnt got very much and he thought ho would try the soft answer So he began to cultivate tho friendship of Aldrich and Cannon and their friends tho men butvhoI that by smiling ho could get them I to do something but that by fighting them he would simply fall to get anything And this plan might possibly have workedtho up to date tho C A crowd have given him more lies than anything elset It had not been for the Insurents Mr Taft wants about the same things they do and ho expects them to see things thq way he does arid take what they could getla other words help the deal along Ho was sure that it would be best for the country and expected thorn to take his word for It But they wont They want what they want when they want It and thats now So instead of taking tho halt my measure which C A are put ting out they one flghtfng for tho things which they believe right They believe that the real way to got them is to beat tho men who are In con trol Instead of dealing with thorn So there we aro waft agrees with the Insurgents and Is fighting them He disagrees with the Blandpatters and Is helping thorn No wonder ho Continued on fifth page is the way to keep with modern is to read a good newspaper t IIN OUR OWN STATE I N INewPLAN GOOD ROAD Tbo Nation al Good Roads movement Is likely to be of some benefit to Kentucky if Congressman Edward has his way He la urinrtho bulldlnkvof a nation al pike from Cumberland Gap tojRichmond Kytq be knowt as Boon Memorial Road He la Vccelv Ing many letters front people which show how deeply this plan will be welcomed + NEW BURLEY POOL Till Uurfjtlop Tobacco Society la getting1 j for another pool this year and plod r gas have already been prepared and Lwill soon be circulated EIGHTH DISTRICT RACEThe Democratic race In the Eighth Dis trict has led to a little boat on the part of W J Price who was expect j ed to run against Helm but who has decided not to He has Issued astatc mcnt In which ho hotly denounces the Committee for calling the pri mary at such an early date He says tho only way ho could cover the district would be In an aero plane and ho done know how to run one RICHMOND GETS GOLDEN Tho Richmond Baseball team has bought Roy Golden back from Loulavllle and expects tio win the Blue Grass League Championship with his old BECKNER DEADJudge W M Beckncr of Winchester one of the old line Democrats of the antiGoebel typo and a loader In the state died at his homo on Monday BOAT BLOWS UPQne man was killed two are missing and several t are badly hurt by the blowing up of a river boat below Louisville on Monday The engineer Is blamed PUBLIC SALE I will offer at public salq on Sat urday March 2G 1910 at 10 oclock a m near Wallacoton on the Berea and Paint Lick turnpike five miles trOmt Paint Lick depot and four and ono t halt miles from Berea In a good t neighborhood closq to three good churches of different denominationsI and also near a good public school and near enough to send to Berea College one among tho best colleges In the State of Kentucky my house and five acres of land Improvements all good The house contains eight rooms with front veranda and ono back porch The outbuildings are all very good with good sulphur water From 2 12 to 3 acres of good tobacco land already broken Possession at once W S Brock Paint Lick Ky Rural Routo No i W P Prowltt Auctioneer I Borea Ky J LATEST AND BEST MILLINERY STYLES AT MY y- eprtng i f opening y Friday and Saturday March 25 and 261910 f I YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED 1 r i CHESTNUT ST MISS ALLIE FOWLER BERE fat c q ellr j1 7jWCOpy RIGT 190G THE 08 MG ALG CO I If You Find a Jew Here I Will Agree to Eat Him I un nnnnnnSYNOPSIS Frederick Hardy a fashionable Rosto- nbyfaygirlaandosrtnttby was jilted n friend to take charge Of an American Trading Company Btoro In Russia On his journey through Japan he met Stapleton Neville sup posedly an Englishman They agreed to go together to Russia Because of sus times motet dythe1Jupanwore several Hardy was arrested and found upon his person were papers showing maps of Jap forts Hardy was proven guiltless On a train he met Alsotno Sano daughter of a Jap merchant In Neville shoes Jap found picture of forth proving him to bo a liusalan epy Hardy departed for Rue eta which was wrecked bravostok he was well treated Ho for Siberia meeUng Princess Romanovna on tho train Hardy boarded a vessel for Amur Hardy allowed tho princess his expertncss as a rifle shot Tho steamer was Btrundcd Tho princess and her maid were attacked by Chinese Hardy saved their lives The princess thanked Hardy fur his heroism Manchurtans tired upon the craft Hardy slow their chief llurnlng arrows wero hurled upon the Pushkins docks An attompt was made to board the vessel The attacking Chinese were repulsed Romanoff sneered at Hardys solicitude for the princess Steaks n messenger sent for help was nailed to a cross un the shore To puLan end to the awful torture lardy himself put Stanka outiof his misery taking his own life In lda hands Forest Ores men aced the vessel Hardy volunteered to- go for help Refused permission he Jumpelt overboard and started to with the princess distress message no manort was angry at Hardy for his brave efforts to rescue the princess He wooed her In his own savage He said Hardy had made love openly to a Jap anese girl Help camo and the princess was rescued Hardy journeyed on a raft Arriving at his ho look charge of the trading companys bush ness lardy received n letter from a so del leader In IWwton and another from Alsome Hardy took lessons in Russian ot a Jew thus connecting himself In a way with that race Hardy received a letter from tho princess thanking him for his bravery Hardys teacher was In danger ot death- CHAPTER XXV Continued A corpulent man with white sldo whiskers sat In It Ho woro an American tall overcoat of tho latest cut and n derby hat WhatB tho matter here friends ho asked standing up In tho carriage Ho Biioko perfect fluent Russian There was no fear In his face his voice or his attitude A sudden hush fell on the throng If you please Mr Emory said the tall Russian who had acted aa ring leader we want tho Jovr who is be- Ing sheltered In tho store Another Christian child has been sacrificed and wo nro punishing tho Jows Wo want Mordecal and It this man In tho window is a Jew we want him too He a Jewr laughed Emery Ho is as good a Christian as any man amngst you Do you think that I would have sent a Jew hero to take charge of my store Do you not know mo belter than that Wo thought so because ho associ ated with a Jow constantly In preference to Christians said the ring leveler How is that Mr Hardy asked Emery what explanation have you to make to these good people I hired tho taw W teach luo HUB Jan uaW hardy Ho was the only nnnnnnman in town who spoke English suf ficiently well Ah do you see Do you seo cried old Emery unctuously waving a conciliatory arm in tho air Ho made use of tho Jew that ho might learn tho beautiful language of Holy Russia and thus become ablo to converse with you his friends and neighbors my friends and neighbors I see it all Hero Mr Emery opened both palms and extended them over tho crowd He no doubt kept tho Jew constantly with him that ho might learn the language as soon as pos sible and thus get rid of him at tho earliest moment compatible with his laudable purpose You seo what as tounding progress ho has made I could hardly believe my ears when I heard my friend speaking Russian so well Mr Hardy Is there a Jew con coaled in the store Nyet replied Hardy Ho says No and that convinces me Nevertheless you shall come in and seo for yourselves and If you find a Jew here I will agree to eat him without pepper or salt Mr Hardy come down and open tho door Hardy complied with the request and Emery jumping briskly from the carriage entered calling out cheer fully Vladlmar Anatoli Sergei come In and look about and then you shall take out a barrel of vodka and all the friends shall drink to my safe return to Holy Russia Tho three men entered shamefacedly protesting that they would take Mr Emerys word as to the Jow but ho slapped them ono by ono heartily on tho back shouting Como In brothers come In Twenty minutes later they went out with a barrel of vodka announcing Christians there is no Jew here Let us drink to the health of Fred crick Emery Tho mob dispersed Well exclaimed old Emery as he slammed down the Iron shutter what In the devil does all this mean tot It means explained Hardy that there has been a massacre of Jews and that Mordecai whom I employed to teach mo Russian fled hero for shelter Wang here my Korean er rand boy nnd I disguised him as a priest and sent him about his broil nessGood exclaimed Emery good Blamed closer Ho sprang to his feet and paced tho store Ho was an excitable man nut I got hero just- In time I camo up on the Ingoda Those bloodthirsty devils might havo set fire to the store and perhaps have killed you I think Ill stay here for a month or so and help you out My boy I havo great news Good news Glorious newel Here he jumped upon the counter and sitting there looked triumphantly at Hardy pulling fierce 1 meanwhile at his side whiskers lIardyI Russia And do you call that good news- Y a for merchants for cattmerca t I fear you havent acquired the com mercial spirit yet my boy Dig con tracts tremendous sales high prices An unparalleled demand for every thing on earth Business business business till you cant rest thats what war means Well havo tremen dous shipments ot goods sent over to Vladivostok and every steamer that comes up the river bringing them to our stores Itll ho a big war a great big war for llttlo Japan is going to give Russia tho fight ot her lite Do you think sot asked Hardy wonderingly Do you think Japan will bo ablo to stand up ngalnst Rus sla Stand up against dent shouted Emery Why shell mako her trem bla to tho very foundations My friends out thero will havo something beside Jew balting to attend to when that war breaks out Ive been in Japan looking tho ground over and I know what Im talking about Did you ever seo a mother cat pounce on a big clumsy dog Well Japan is a whole nation of wildcats 30000000 wildcats and Russia is tho clumsiest kind of a clumsy dog By tho way said Hardy I won der what became of Mordecais moth crt I forgot all about her in the ex citement 831111WangshadowHello exclaimed Emory that boy of yours speaks Russian And blamed well tool CHAPTER XXVI Hardy Hesitates Emery stayed on In Stryetensk lengthening his visit into months and Hardy became greatly attached to him finding tho companionship of this cheerful bold resourceful self made roan an Inspiration which tho fellowship of his former society friends had never afforded him The old merchant received frequent advices from his agent In Japan which confirmed him In tho belief that war was imminent and Stryetensk at the head of river navigation In Siberia seemed to him tho most important of the companys posts in Russia VasllI who was suspected of having been active In exciting popular hatred against Hardy whom ho regarded as having supplanted him was transferred to Blagavestchonsk And during all this time the Korean boy whoso intelligence and adaptability were truly marvelous steadily grow in favor with his employers His progress in Russian was phenomenal and as It transpired that he also knew Japanese and somo Chinese ho was after a couplo of months promoted from errand boy to the office and set to writing letters In the meanwhile Hardy received another letter from tno Princess Ro manovna a chatty delightful letter in Russian this time complimenting him on his progress In tho language and telling him much of her own life and of affairs In Moscow Among other things she mentioned the fact that she had spoken of his heroism on tho Amur to tho emperor and ot tho debt of gratitude that she owed him She assured him that she would be glad to hear from him from timo to time and signed her Your friend ElIzabetha Romanorna In January Emery announced to Hardy ono day that ho wished tho young man to take a trip to Moscow and perhaps to SL Petersburg on businessBy way said Hardy stam mering slightly and feeling a trifle confused thero is anhmatter of which I wish to speak to you You know this country so much better than I and its customs I have re ceived an invitation from tho Princess Romanovna to call on her while in MoscowIt a little difficult to speak to Emery on this subject he was so practical and his gray eyes were so shrewd and at times twinkled so humorously Yet he was thoroughly kind hearted he loved Hardy both for Ms own and for his fathers sake nnd ho took a paternal interest In tho young man Is sho the one whom you saved from tho Chinese brigands She is thoahtho ono whom I came up the Amur with replied Hardy modestly Well go and call on her decided Emery without a moments thought Yes but I feel some little hesita tion Sho is a princess and I am now a merchant and wo are In Russia I dont want her to feel under tho least obligation to me for what I havo done That is to say I do not want her to feel that I am taking advantage of it She means all right but taking me up might cause her some little Inconven fence or embarrassment Her rela tives are proud and haughty and I dont belong to her social sot Social set be bfonked roared nosI pany for any princess that walks tho surface of the globo Besides If you stay with me and this war goo rlsht Ill make a merchantprince out of onI1prlnccsOno week later in the middle of January Frederick Courtland Hardy crossed Lake Baikal to Irkutsk and there took tho magnificent train luxus a ninedays railway Journey to Moscow Though ho was going on important business yet ho felt strangely ngltcd over tho fact that ho was soon to see tho princess again With tho agitation too was mingled a certain degree of misgiving and foro boding Ho was not sure that his see ipg her would conduce to his peace of mind lIe was accompanied by his seers tary Wang tho Korean boy who had rendered himself Indispensable through his genius for details CHAPTER XXVII Off to Moscow Hardy never forgot that journey to Moscow For days tho heavy train rolled slowly along through a vast park covered with illimitable stretches of snow or through leafless naked forests shivering in tbo cold blasts of winter All tho trains that passed were crowded with emigrants bound for the Amur region and tho car win dews wore thronged with tho fresh In nocent faces of children To many of the trains prison cars were attached bearing their sorrowful freight to tho dread Island of Sakhalin which has taken the place of Siberia as a land for deportation From tho windows of these cars also many children looked out pressing their little faces against tho bars for tho condemned aro allowed to take their families with thorn Hardy bad long sinco realized that ho was in Russia the Russia of the storybooks and tho magazlno ar tidies One evening a llttlo before sunset they came In sight of Moscow an In distinct blur of houses out of which loomed largo and clear the towers and domes of numerous churches many of them overlaid with goldleaf and gilt tering gorgeously in the light of the setting sun At eight tho train drew up in tho modern and commodious station at Moscow and the American as ho looked about Win felt that ho was in the heart of European civilization onco more Wang who was Invaluable through his ready wit and his knowledge of Russian attended to the baggage and engaged a sledge to take his employer to tho Slavlansky Bazar or hotel tho best caravansary in tho city nnd a- very sumptuous and comfortable inn as It proved For several days ho devoted his en tiro attention to business conferring with merchants and going over lists prices and accounts with Wang Mean while whenever ho went into tho streets tho interminable procession of sledges was there and ho watched them constantly always with ono face in his mindthat graceful head held so high with its crown of hair the color of rlpo wheat and One as spider threads Many ladles of pure Russian typo bo saw their faces peeping sau cily from collars and hoods of costly fur and often he would start and hlJl heart would throb more violently as he thought ho recognized the prin cess lIe would generally realize his mistake however before the sledge would dash by with its jingling bells He would have gone away without calling on her had ho finished his business as quickly as the original plan contemplated but old Emery who had come up as far as Irkutsk kept writing to him sending now commissions Emory by tho way was becoming jubilant The diplomatic relations between Russia and Japan were growing less cordial every day tho demands of the latter country were waxing more and more Insistent and difficult to evade The Japanese too according to Emerys advices wero rushing preparations for a death grapple with tho bear on A gigantic scaleThis means war my boy wroto the old man and war means bus nessSo Hardy worked away enlarging his acquaintance with tho Moscow merchants while his respect for the magnitude ot their operations and for the greatness of tho citys industries steadily grew And one evening as ho walked homo to his hotel ho saw tile Princess Ro manovna Thero was no mistake about It this time and ho realized that when It was Indeed shoo there could bo no mistake She was lean ing back in a sledgo with high curving dash luxuriously piled with skins On an elevated seat In front sat her coachman and footman tho former directing the energies of four milk white Steeds whoso tails were tied in knots but whose long manes streamed wildly In tho wind Two of these horses were running free and thus untrammeled the beauty and grace of their movements was n sight to bo re membered for a lifetime The prin cess wore a white round cap of fur and her cheeks deliciously reddened by the excitement and ths seen teeth of the wind wero snuggled in the soft collar of a white fur cloak Hardy I Shall De Most Happy Said Hardy I nnnnnn noticed with a thrill of distinct pleas ure that no man but an older woman accompanied her And the princess saw Hardy As ho arrested his stops nt the edgo of tho curb and gravely lifted his hat sho bowed and leaning forward touched tho coachman and called to him The horses camp to a sudden stop rearing upon their haunches and plunging and slipping In a wild jumble Presently they stopped and stood trembling Tho slcdgo drow up to tho curb Why Mr Hardy exclaimed the princess In Russian I had no Idea that you wero In Moscow How long havo you been hero A little over two weeks Over two weeks and have not boon to call on mo I do not consider that kind Mme Prebloff this Is Mr Hardy tho American whom I told yon about who rescued me from the Chinese brigands and performed such feats ot valor on tho Shllka I do not see why ho over rescued mo at all If he does not think mo worth calling- on Tho princess has talked constantly of you said Mmo Prebloff half tho young men In Moscow are waiting to challenge you Hearing of your won derful skill they havo all taken to practicing with tho pistol Tho proprietors ot tho galleries aro rotting rich and ono can scarcely sleep nights on account of tho constant popping The princess laughed merrily You are positively Incorrigible Anna she said But turning to lIardtollmo why you have not been to see mot What excuflo have you to offer slrr I should havo called before I left to pay my respects said Hardy gravely I havo been very busy I am hero on business you know for the American Trading Company buy ing up stock for their posts on tho Amur Inh had not expected to do vote much attention to society Mr Hardy is a merchant then inquired Mmo Probloff languidly How very Interesting The princess eyes flashed danger ously but oho made no reply to Mme Prcblptf Dut even It you are busy she said you can spare a little time for your friends Will you not call on me tomorrow evening I shall be Quito alono and wo can talk over our wonderful adventures together Come at eight Tho horses stung by tho cold were becoming unmanageable now and were plunging nnd rearing- I shall bu most happy said Hardy Au revolr then said the princess I shall expect you Sho spoke to the Isvoschlk and the sledge with a sudden crash and a rhythmical jingle ot bells flow down tho street Tho American with head uncovered stood looking after It CHAPTER XXVIII Hardy Engages a Cabman How do 1 look Wang Hardy asked ot his Korean boy who wax sitting in tho room of their suns at the hotel that did nnunnnnduty na an ofllce Wang glanced up from the pile of cor trospondenco with which bo was busy You look like a gentleman ho re plied quietlytwas In evening dross I am glad you think so for the costume which I am now wearing was Invented to convoy the Impression that n man Is either a gentleman or a waiter though It has first and last It must bo confessed cov ered tho hack of an occasional coward or clown It Is necessary for mo tonight to look tho gentleman my boy he added whimsically for I am going to mingle with tho haute noblesse Tim merchant of Stryotensk J Wang Is on his way to tho palace of the Romanoffs Wang smiled Onco a gentleman always a gentleman ho replied There are many among the drunken licentious and cowardly nobility ot Russia who aro less worthy to enter palaces than tho merchant of Stry etcnsk Hardy laid his hand on the others shoulderYou look pale by boy he said kindly You are working too hard Put these away now and go to bed or heretake this and go to tho theater and bo laid a gold piece on tho tablo Wang flushed and handed the money back It I go to the theater ho said with considerable spirit I can bay my own ticket Hardys finer footings prevented him from smiling Pardon mo Wang ho said restor r Ing tho money to his pocket I did not mean to offer you charity merely i a reward for exceptional attention to duty But I must bo going The prin cess said eight and Its nearly that now Dont work any more tonight Ho was gono The princess muttered Wang jabbing tho pen with which ho had been writing so spitefully Into tho tablo that ho shattered its point The haughty lomon haired princessand she wants nothing of him save to amuse herself Ho has saved her life and now sho will repay him by break- Ing his heart I could lull her Having given vent to this ebullition of seeming jealousy Wang proceededIto Illustrate still further tho feminine nature of Korean boys for ho rested jlila head on his arms and sobbed for some moments violently After which ho twisted his neck about and I tho spot upon his shoulder where hlafmasters hand had rested TO 11E CONTINUED I Can Afford Morn t What makes you say mat they people of distinction Because said the Iceman areIfthe only people on my route arent tho four chunksa week class A Long Way After Why with nil the modern re ir sources cant they chok the i rrlblo odor of gasoline In automobile Probably that odor TM y AttMi thou- ghtit t TiiI mi1I1r T r The Shadow of Ill the Almighty By REV J W JOHNSON Pastor of Canary lUptltt Church HoUltOD Taa rII Text Psalm 91 verso Is Ho that dwell eth In the secret place of the Most Hlfih shall abide under the shadow of the Al mighty To mo this Is one of tho sweetest portions of Gods word because it is poetic but far moro than that for tho reason that it holds up before us ono of the greatest privileges that can r como to tho children of God It is very true that nil Christians do I not occupy tho same position In thls world All are saved by tho samo precious blood of Christ nut thoro is so much more to tho Christian life than simply being saved that Is only f a beginning The blessings offered ore given to every one God Is no respecter of persons and it Is as If ho had said any ono who will fulfill tbo conditions may have the blessing nnd there Is only the ono condition namely that wo dwell In the secret place of tbe Most Hlnh the bless ings hero promised are not for nil be lievers but only for thoso who live in close fellowship with God Every child looks toward the Inner sanctu the mercy sent but all do not idaydwell there They run to It at times occasional glimpses of tho face of him who Is there to bo eeon but they do not continually abide In tbo mysterious presence and yet It Is pos sible for every ono There Is ono beautiful thought about a shadow that always interests for the nearest thing to mo as I walk in idle sunshine Is my shadow and ho who walks In my shadow Is very near to me and ho who Is In the shadow of of the Almighty must bo very near to him Again there never Is a shadow without a light thus the secret place Is placeheroIn tho ono hundred and nineteenth Psalm the psalmist seems to be boat Ing out the ore of thought through nuccesalvo paragraphs of power nnd beauty when suddenly In the fifty first verso he seems to have become conscious that lio of whom ho had been speaking had drawn near for with uplifted face of reverence and ecstasy ho cried Thou art near 0 I Lord If wo could only attain unto this bow strong how happy how useful wo should be The typical reference must bo tho holy placo of the tabernacle In the wilderness ousldo tho tabernacle was covered with badger skins but Inside lust beyond the veil was glory and magnificence wrought in gold silver purple and fine linen Thus It Is with the secret place of tho Most High In tho fourth verso of the Psalm It M says Ho shall cover theo with his feathers What placo so warm asc the covered nest tho tiny birds there kept from harm by the mother bird Hut listen to this If you will only dwell In the secret place you shall r nWdo under the shadow of tho AI mighty and as If that would not bo tender enoufihto woo us we are told ltagain Ho shall cover theo with his feathers and under his wings thou cbalt trust If wp had been with Jacob when ho 8eonjhis tent but bo was up In the third heaven and ho heard things ho could not tell In tho secret placo there Is peace In tho wprld we shall have tribula flea but In me yo shall have peace In tho secret place there is purity Tho unholy man could not see God if be were set down In tho midst of heaven but mon and womon whoso hearts arc pure see him In the very commonest things of life In tho secret pinto there is power If wo will dwell there wo shall have power to live Christ before tho world In no placo do wo read of power of I Intellect or of human might but there is a promise that wo shall have power after r tho Holy Spirit shall come upon UB- HOWmay4 I enter tho secret place Jesus said I am tho door by me U any man will ho shall enter In I It Is Just what Paul meant when ho- i said But now in Christ Jesus yo who sometimes were afar off are made + nigh by tho blood of Christ Did you ever talk aloud to God Try It when you aro alone Then listen to Mm Ho will tell you things it will not bo lawful to tell and will give you the joy that will help you tell to others what ho has dono for youAfter the Lord had entered Into tho heart of an Indian princess she was so transformed by his presence that out of tho fullness of her love to him she penned a verse for which I shall ever thank God Will you go with mo and with her into tho secret placo of tho Most High that wo may abide under tho shadow of tho Almighty L Spreading English Language Let roo toll you said Count Kiel mansegg governor of lower Australia I that the English language which will r be studied in the new reform grammar ImportDntIft 4ties but everyone ought to know Eng travolandrhow Important English Is It Is a world language 1 FATTEN FLEES IB CHICAGO BROKER DRIVEN FROM COTTON EXCHANGE IN MANCHESTER FLEES TO SAVE HIMSELF Followed by Missiles and Hoots In His Fight to Safety British Brokers Angry Over CornerPatten Is Indignant Manchester England James A Patton tho Chicago cotton and grain speculator was hooted from the Man cheater exchnngo Thursday Subsequently ho was followed through tho streets by a largo crowd Mr Patten was obliged to find refuge from his wrathful pursuers In B uuslnoss off co Moots and cat calls followed tho exit of the American speculator who bad been in the cotton pit during the fore noon Bricks nnd stones wore hurled at him ns bo fled Into tho street and the danger of still further violence was averted only when he sought refuge In a nearby shop Manchester Is th6 principal cotton market of England nnd most of tho big cotton cloth mills are located hero Public feeling against Patten has been very high since tho recent corner In which ho was credited with having Increased tho price of the raw material to a figure beyond what It bad been since tho civil war This feeling shared by workmen of tho mills and brokers in tho pit was re sponslblo for the demonstration The prescnco of Mr Patten In tho cotton pit of the exchange caused sur prise as Just before leaving New York for England ho had been quoted by tho press as denying that ho would visit any of tho exchanges while abroad and as saying that his trip had no relations to business It Is well known that be and tho operator with whom ho Is associated hold n heavy line of cotton and It is thought that ho camo to Manchester to seek a ready market for It In order to wlpo out practically all of the avail able supply in New York and cause a consequent increase in the price there ilr Patten was indignant over the attack on him and said that he could conceive of no reason for tho humilia tion to which bo had been subjected TAFT TAKES HAND IN STRIKE Orders Labor Commissioner Nell to Philadelphia on Request of Federation of Labor Philadelphia Thoro were showers of words throughout this city Friday Instead of showers of bricks Tho united business men met and dls cussed possible plans for forcing arbl tration between tho Rapid Transit Company and its striking employes The labor unionists met and enthused themselves as best they could over tho prospect of going on with the strug gloBut the situation remains tho same The trolley company rnndo Its usual slight gain In the number of cars run now about 1200 The general strike added a few hundreds to the total number of Its ranks which is well above 100000 The business mons meeting sent a telegram to President Taft urging that tho commission for the foundation of industrial peace should be sent hero to Investigate conditions and try to straighten matters out Tho presl dent did not reply as ho had already ordered Commissioner Nclll to como hero from Washington at tho request of tho National Federation of Labor Another wire was sent to former Mayor Seth Low of Now York asking that his organization tho National Civic Federation act as arbitrator He answered that his federation had no such authority Tho committee of ten which Is con ducting the general strike on behalf of the Central Labor union passed resolutions declaring that It the trolley strike Is not settled by tho beginning of next week there la a strong likeli hood that workers In all tho other trades will demand higher wages and better conditions for themselves and will not return to work oven If tho trolley men eventually win without getting what they want Frisco Has Sharp Shake San Francisco A sharp earthquake which in somo parts of the state was the severest shock experienced since the catastrophe of 190C was felt through tho central part of California lato Thursday night Tho vibrations were long and undulatory but slow and the duration was one and a half to four seconds Reports show that tho shock was felt as far south as San Lull Obispo but It did not appear to extend far north of San Fran cisco Tbo pronounced heavy move ments with a slight Interval at un dulations between wore felt but no serious damage has been reported Noted Confederate Dead Now YorkCol Alexander Robert Chlsholm formerly lieutenant colonel on tho staff of Gen Beaurcgard of the Armies of the Confederacy died Friday at his home in this city otter an Illness ot about a month Morgan Jr to Build New YorkJ Plerpont Morgan Jr has let contracts for the erection of anew country home on the noith shore of Long Island near Matinnecock Point The cost it Is said will be moro than 300000 EASTER AND- REVIEW Sunday Sdiool Leuod for Mud 27 1910 Specially Arrane dforThis Paper HOLDEN TEXT8Jc went about all Galilee teaching In their synagogues and preaching the gospel of tho kingdom and healing all mana r of slckncaa and all manner of disease among the people Matt 424 I am he that llvcth and was dead and behold I am alive for ever more Rev litt Suggestion and Practical Thought These two Golden Texts express tho truth and suggest tho methods of ono of tho best and most Interesting of Easter lessons For they teach us tho most impor tnt truths wo need to know for our life hero and for our life forevermore That tho Jesus who onco lived In Palestine and did the works we have been studying Showing tho love of God for man Teaching the eternal truths of heaven Expressing In visible forms the lay ing kindness of our Heavenly Father Setting us a perfect example And giving his life that wo should not perish but have eternal life This same Jesus is really living today as he was then on earth He Is with us now as when ho dwelt in Galilee Is now Inspiring the same life Teaching the same truths Doing the samo works Is our present King Saviour Helper Guide and Friend To reallzo these things will make a blessed Easter dav The teacher can take up tho lessons ono by ono with his scholars and show that the Risen Saviour Is our present Saviour Wo are tempted Jesus is touched with the feeling of our infirmities since ho was tempted in nil points like as we are yet without sin Wo study the laws of his kingdom and wo know ho who as a Son learned obedience by the things which ho suf fered became unto all them that obey him tho author of eternal salva tion for he dwelleth with you and shall bo in you Tho review of Lessons IV to IX will bring these truths to mind We have been studying his good deeds to tho bodies and souls of men Jesus tho living Saviour is continually hero and now fulfilling his promise He that bclloveth on me the works that I do shall hedo also and greater works than these shall he do because I go to the Father Lessons X to XII show what these works are- BEGIN THE YEAR WITH CHRIST No Period Can Be Happy or Beautiful Where the Lord Is Left Out Ono reason why lIfo is so serious is because wo must give account of it all Jesus hinted at the large mean Ing of this truth when he said that for every idle word that men speak they must give account If for the Idlo wordslight trivial empty words how much moro for the words which are filled with bitterness or with malice or with the evil of falsehood of envy of Irreverencol We aro not done with lIfo as we live it wo shall meet it all again These things being true how should wo enter upon tho now oar7 For ono thing we should begin It with Christ Who Is sufficient for the seri ous problems of living without tho di vine grace and help There Is no oth er hand that can guide us safely through the new and strange cxperl ences Another suggestion for a prosperous now year Is that wo should fill Its every hour with duty well done Duty Is A largo word It Includes all that wo owo to Godhonor love obedi once faithfulness It Includes All that we owe to men No year earn be happy or beautiful with God left out The only way to have a year at Its close stainless and beautiful is to keep tho days as they pass all pure and lovely with the loveliness of holy useful living It Is in little days that our years como to us and wo havo but tho one small fragment to fill and beautify at a tjme God never gives us years or oven weeks He gives us only days If we live each day well all our life will In tho end bo radiant and beautiful Rev J R Miller D D A Great Christian Man Jladstono was a member of parlla ment seven years before Queen Vic toria ascended the throne and was as great a figure in tho worlds eye as the queen when she celebrated her sixtieth regal anniversary Ho was great In the splendor of his setting sun sublime as his death approached as ho discoursed of God of the for giveness of sins of the great hero after and made sublime In the eyes of all men when his lifelong opponent Lord Salisbury conferred on him tho highest title that even tho Creator himself can bestow upon a human be- Ing A great Christian manUr J- AI Buckley In the Christian Advocate Value of Church Attendance No danger Is more subtle or fatal than the philosophy which disparages tho value of church attendance Break up tho Christian assembly and Christs grip upon the nation is bro ken The sense of God and the sense of sin the august beauty of truth and the high dignity of duty tho sweat ness of communion nnd the rapture of heaven all these ore heightened and made real In the great congre gation We kindle one another and lift up one another when as brethren we meet to meditate and pray OUTlOOK IS BRIGHT Reports Gathered by Mercantile Agen cies Show Steady improvement New YorleR 0 Dun d Cos weekly review of Undo says Nearly every report from the large trade cantors iu of transactions well Above last year and of a bright out look for the new season Financial conditions are ano much stronger and altogether a better sentiment prevails Tho Improvement however Is in spite of considerable uneasiness on account of tho strike In Philadelphia which causes somo uncertainty as to future developmentsElectrolytic copper has risen in price to 1312Vi In lines other than cotton goods jabbers are doing a fair trade but reordering In tho primary markets is of a conservative charac tor Retailcru aro purchasing in a nonspeculatlvo way and the manufacturing situation grows more difficult In consequence of inability to secure values commensurate with producing costs Hence curtailment is being forced as a protective measure which It is thought will become widespread to Impress buyers Export trade with tho smaller markets has been some what better and it is noted that price concessions havo brought about moro signs of a resumption ot normal buy lag of finished cloths Trade in boots and shoes is slightly totter but the question of values con tinues to limit new business as buy era and sellers do not agree on terms when negotiations for largesized quantities are involved There Is some Improvement in tho demand for leather and buyers are operating moro freely although no disposition Is shown to buy for moro than cur rent needs and tho market continues easy nnd Sales as a rule are at slight concessions A marked Increase In activity is noted in the packer hide market but holders In order to inter est tanners are compelled to name lower prices than have ruled since tho decline that followed tbo panic of 1907 Retail trade is fair at Cincinnati and improvement Is noted In various lines Moro Inquiries aro received for pig iron and new business is expand- Ing Warmer weather at Cleveland has resulted in an increased movement of spring merchandise The bank clearings again show1 further advance In the volume of payments through the banks total ex changes this week for all leading cites in tho United States being 2945862516 a gain of 236 per cent over a year ago and 164 per cent larger than in the corresponding week of 1906 The gains are well distributed in the comparison with both years although they are still larger in tho west and south than in the east Failures and Exports Now York Bradstrectss says Business failures for the week end- Ing with March 10 were 250 against 184 last week 254 in the like week of 1909 278 In 1908 186 in 1907 and 187 in 1906 Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending March 10 aggregated 1679453 bush against 1845807 cor rected last week and 2289847 this week last year For tho 36 weeks ending March 10 exports are 110605 713 bush against 140201134 in the corresponding period last year Corn exports for tho week aro 1022 896 bush against 735466 last week nnd 930848 in 1909 For tho 36 weeks ending March 10 corn exports are 19 663583 bush against 21762800 last year TOBACCO MARKET IxjoavlUe March 12Totnl offer- Ings last week wero 4622 hhds Of this number 3324 were burley and 1298 dark The offerings of now burley were large and quality fair The perccntese of bright tobacco was rela lively sjrall Tiho market for common grades of burley both red and celery WHS firth Medium and good bright smokers and strippers wore Vc lower A number cf hhd3 sold from 22 to 28 per J100 Fine or fancy red leaf suitably fcr wrappers were In ease dally good demand nt a slight cd vance GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati March 12FlourWlllt- er patent 575a610 do fancy 5l5a 550 do family 475a5 do extra US a435 do low grado 3G5a4 sprint pat ent 560a500 do fancy 490a523 do family 440a465 Rye Northwest ern blended 465n465 do city pure 470a490 city blended 475a495 WheatNo2 red 120al22 No3 red UOal20 No4 red 98ca102 Corn No 2 white 62 fn63c No 3 white 62a62 AC No 4 white 59a60 No 2 yellow 61n61c No3 yellow 60a61c No2 mixed GOza61e NO3 mixed 6ta 60 Ac No4 mixed 58a59c Ear corn White ear 62a64c yellow ear 63a65c mixed 62a64c Oats No 2 white 48i 2 a49c No3 white 47a4Sc No4 white 44a46c No 2 mixed 47Hn48c No 3 mixed 46 Sa47c No 4 mixed 44a46c LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati March lCattleShlppers Ga7 butcher steers extra 625a650 heifers extra 625a650 Rood to choice 565a615 cows extr 560a575 good to choice 475a550 canners 275a37 Bulls Bologna 450a540 fat bulls 550a57C Calves Extra 9 fair to good 725a875 Hops Good to choice packers ard butchers 1095all mixed pack ers UOGOalO95 stags J675a98i common to choice heavy fat sows 773 alOSSTlIght shippers 99Gal035 pig 1101b3and less 75a99i 1886 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS I laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign countries Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere ho can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter lectudoIand the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Staging Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management eta Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studios to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES la offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with Use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modorn methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grado Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with may course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money rrcelved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pay In This great deficit is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bcrea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect fromthobe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor lnwla ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much i155 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 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary 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 ambrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho 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 lathe fall and JlEO In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring RO cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Thla Is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an InclcJenlal Fee to help on expenses for taro of school build tngs hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 6 In Academy and Normal and 700 In Colle slate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by thohalf term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln one payment 92900 Installment plan first day 2105 100 deposit middle ofl term 945- WINTER12 weeks S2900rn one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle oi term 900- SPRINGI0 weeks 2250in one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 1940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exams nations f1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receve back for money advanced as follows No allowance for has tlon of a week On board refund in fulL On room and Special Expenses there is a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes aud the Institution will refund only onehalt of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term win re calve a certificate for onehalf the incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the ItI dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is September 15 1909 The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term ta March 30 1910 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people lib a good thing when they see it and to get a 76 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for XL26 That have riot it ought to hatss i H COYLES i YOU PAY LESS OR GET MORE BEREA KENTUCKY T MUSLIN UNDERWEAR COMPLETE STOCK GOWNS CORSET y COVERS DRAWERS PETTICOATS k oeoeoeOOOoeOOOO 4oeOOOOOOOOoeoQOO otoBerea and Vicinity i sQ o o e- o GATHHRHD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES oe o 0- oeoeooooeooeooeoooooooooeoaoeooeooo DR BEST DENTIST CITY PITONS UI OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE i L A N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Kuoxvlllo 630 a m 1100 p m BBREA 129 p m 367 L m Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a an South Bound Local Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m BEREA 1169 a m 1229 p m Kuuxvllle 700 p m 550 a m Express Trains StOp to let off and take on passen gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1144 a m North Bound BEREA 456 p in Cincinnati 835 p m Those two trains will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P R I R at Clncinratl BO that Berea pas sengers for Chicago may go thru without changing SPRING and EASTER t Millinery OpeningT- he Little Bargain Store March 25 and 26 1910 j i MRS B CODDINGTONI Phone No Main Street 174BEREA KY Miss Samantha Fish of Wildle arrived Sunday for a visit with Mr and Mrs Bert Coddington Mrs U M Burgess of Paint Lick f was the guest of Mr and Mrs Led O ford of this place at the first of the weekMrs Clara Williams Is moving to a farm near Cincinnati for the summerMr M Treadway of Paint Lick was visiting his daughter Mrs Alice v Logsdon the first of the week IsfR Tather old stand Corner Chestnut J and Parkway with the purUest hats 1youever seed and some punier Just IidOIt forglt It now and maybe lose your money foolin round other stores i One of the flues at the public school house caught fire Monday r morning but was soon extinguished with little damage done i Mr and Mrs Pettus who were residents of Bcrea a few years ago have returned and will make their home here for the present Mr Pet tus is selling drugs for S E Welch Mr Mat McCormIck who has boon ill for the past few months at his home at Slate Lick Springs died Monday i Burial took place Tuesday after noon in Boron cemetery That famous Red Brand Candy lOc per pound The Latest and Best in Hosiery both ladies and gents lOc to 25c They Latest and Best in Ties for ladies and gentlemen lOc and 25c Laces Ham burgs Embroideries and Edgings at L I u I Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW JII CLEAN AND UPTOTHEMINUTEBath Down StairsBoone Tavern S R SEALE Prop Profs Seale and Lewis have pur chased lots at the far end of Jackson Street and have contracted with Jno Muncy for the building of houses there The work began Wednesday and both are expected to be ready for occupancy early In the summer The housed dro to be large and comfortable and tho arrangements made with Mr Muncy are very satisfactory to the prospective owners Friends here of Dr V H Hobson of Richmond president of the County Sunday School Union will bo surprised to learn of his death Tuesday in Lexington where he had gone to en ter the automobile business He feU from a loft fracturing his skull FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 50 cents per 15 Write Mrs Maggie Fowler Berea Ky or call at homo 2 miles north of Berea Dennis Crum an old student who Is In Whitewater Mo Is planning to return here for a course in Agricul tureJ II Pinkard another former stu dent Is secretary of the Agricultural and Mechanical College at Normal AlaRoyal Bates who was here last year writes that he Is In Nowata Oklahoma for his health Orrln H Venner Berea 02 Is now professor of English In Grand Island College Grand Island Neb WANTEDone hundred cords of good hard wood at 2 per cord Must be delivered at once Apply to the Treasurer of Berea College- I feel mighty good this spring I have the best selection In Spring hats I have over had and tho prices aro so low they shock you real cheerful drop In and be shocked most anytime Mrs Laura Jones The very latest and best of fash ionable new spring styles in Ladles Millinery will bo on exhibition at my Easter Opening Friday and Saturday March 25 and 26 Call and see them I am always glad to show goods Miss Allie Fowler other halt Dr W E Barton arrived Wed nesday noon to give his lecture on the Passion Play at the Chapel Wed nesday night We are sorry that we cannot give an account of the lecture till next week Friends here of the Roy Hugh Mc Clelian of Richmond will be sorry to learn that ho has accepted a call to a pastorate in San Antonio Tex Mr Pleas Isaacs and family are In town on their way from Jackson County to Swift Current Saskatch ewan Canada where they expect to make their future home Miss Robinson gave a very in teresting talk to the Senior girls at Report Division Tuesday morning MRS EARLYS Sewing Machine Repairs I We Keep Repairs for Any Kind of Sewing Machine Made BELTS BOBBINS NEEDLES AND SHUTTLES Try one of our Boyle BeltsMakes the machine run a fourth easier THE PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATED BEREA KENTUCKY Mrs J J Brannaman and Miss Et ta Moore returned Monday from spending the winter in 10rlda They saw Mr Gabbard shortly before leav- Ing and report that he Is doing well and will soon IK back Miss Margaret Williams Is serious ly 111 with typhoid fever at her home near Slate Lick The Rev Wm E Rlx whom many will remember as a student some years ago writes from Lake Nebaga mon Wisconsin where he is pastor of the Presbyterian Church Mr M H Gabbard returned Friday from a ten days visit with his fath or G W Gabbard at Rlcetown Ows ley County Now why on earth cant people hear good things as well as bad ones Somebody ought to tell thorn about The Little Bargain Store on Main Stioct where fine nice bats are just about given away They are BO cheap and thor have a city trimmer and hand made hats too Just for a lit tle Id tell them myself R R Harris was In town from Sun day till Wednesday for the funeral his father He reports business lor at Mansfield Ill where ho Is In the drygoods and furnishing tradeMrs M E Marsh on Saturday night gave an oyster stew for about twenty boys who helped sale the Professors corn the other day when his corn crib fell down There are a great many things that no wise man will ever forget but the first most important and ser ious chlofest and greatest thing of all the things that YOU want to remember this week Is tho tact that the band concert comes Saturday night doingthelast few weeks grew a few faint speckles on Sunday and the enthus- Iastic doctor sent him to quarantine with a wlerd Idea that he was suffering with the measles As a matter of fact the suffering has been with the editor who has had more than his share of work to do since So if any one has any kick this week please sent them to that tool doc tor It will do him good and we dont need them Tho Beroa Real Estate and Improv ment Co has bought the old Logs don place next to Miss Corwins and Is planning to open it up for building Iota FARM FOR SALE Small farm for rent or sale near Wallacoton Call on W A Ogg A M Clark of Harlan son of Mr S P Clark ot this city was In town Sunday on his way to Cincinnati A new bank has just been formed In Harlan of which ho is to be cash ier and ho was on his way to pur chase furniture Cam J Lewis is vicepresident of the bank according to a current number of the Harlan EnterpriseEd White president of the Bcrea Alumni Association writes I that ho will be down from Ind ianapolis for the Triennlal meeting of the Association at Commencement I S P Clark is in Owsley County this week looking toward purchasing I real estate there oU2 V e irrvilte to inJ our excellentIassortmentof styl I ish Millinei yWe ill I I k show an exceptional ar I of streetand Jingthe MRS JENNIE B FISH Main Street Berea Ky PI Epsilon Pi held a political meet ing Friday night la which she elect ed her representative to the Moun tain Congress Mrs Putnam prodded and Glonna Peterson and Luella Mag gard were the candidates for office On account of the popularity ot the principles ot her platform Mrs Hag gard was elected by a large majority Miss Morrows cooking class la gett- Ing excellent practical work this term In cooking and serving meals It Is using the Presidents house and serving a couple of guests each meal Also half tho class servos the A now service has been started by the Western Union Telegraph Company which will be a great conven ience to all having business to tran sact with parties at a distance From now on a message of fifty 60 words will be sent at night to any point for the regular day rate charge that point It can be filed at toI time and will be held till night delivered the next morningI reIquestedopening on Thursday Friday and Saturday March 17 18 and 19 This exhibition will be a fitting display of all the latest and most fashionable Millinery Models Your presence Is most cordially requested Mrs Jennie B Fish There Must Be Some Reason for tho fact that during tho season just past wo sold more suits from The Globe Tailoring Company- of Cincinnati than during any two sea sons before Wo know it is tho 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 you at every stage of the industry Wo show this complete line Come and make your Easter selection SPRINgEN1NO GO T- OWJTaturns FOR Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky Women Menace Prime Mlnltttr The prime minister of England now thebacktothatr for him but an airship CLOSING EXERCISES The closing exorcises of the Derca colored school will take place at the school house Friday evening March 25 at 730 oclock A short program has been prepared by the pupils Some Jubilee songs will f renderedI feature of the program AII l J Teacbera I PRINCETONIAIIMODEL II I COPYRIGHT 1809 BY JDAVIDb CO N1W ttrf I RHODUS C HAYES I fIMAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY r r waL Ow M Yttleti M Sf4I A Good Example ofMcAte5terwomen 7 suffered with my head and back for over six years anyII am so thankful that I have found something that will doI hnveInI It is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick a CARDUI H7The Womans Tonic You will be glad to take it when you are tired mis erable and when life seems a weary grind It will put new thoughts into your head fresh courage into your mind If not sick now at least burn Cardui on to the pages of your memory so that when you arc sick you for it without thinking If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists TelllLolotTHINGS TO LOOK FOR Dont overlook any of the good things In Tho Citizen Wo aro print Ing more articles worth reading than Any other paper around hero and wo want pur subscribers to got tho good of them This week We have a good article on cornfcoding by Fronts Clark Nest eek there will bo one on eel oction And brooding of corn eo as to Increase tho crop without increas ing the work Other good articles on farming will follow right along Every progressive farmer will want to watch tor them- AreOu reading the Washington letters The most Important things in the country happen at Washington And It la worth while to tako the time each week to rood about them Tho continued story Tho Edge of Jlzzard Is a mighty good one too Are you reading It A full summary of tho earlier chapters IB printed each track so you can begin now if you have failed to start sooner MOTHERS RESPONSIBILITY r l tine ot the moat important things which La being taught us by the ad vance of modern science Is that under our old methods of living many human lives have been need lessly1 and foolishly sacrificed every year Year by year those sacrifices are becoming less A few years ago because of the many deaths ot young people statistics showed that the average span of life in this country was a Itttlo ovor thirty years Whllo r many people lived to groat age eo many died In childhood that on tho average there were only thirty years to each person No one can oat mate what those deaths ot HUla ones meant to the mothers Now thanks to science there are many fewer of them As a result tho average span of life has risen over thirtysix years Pcopla do not grow any older but there are not nearly so many who die when babies Now there has bocn just ono thing which has caused this change That has been tho Increasaljbt knowl ledge Wo have learned to save many lives and especially the live of babies Painful as It U this shows that tho chief cause of tho death of tho little ones was Ignor ance the ignorance of tholr mothers They who Buffered most from the deaths of their babies still did not know how to prevent thorn even tho it was easy to do BO Some children were always strong enough to survive the Ignorant trwvt mont but many died and theso tl10reIed of tho number of babies thoy had burled as If IV proved that thoy know how to tako caro of them Instead of proving as It does that they woro hopelessly Incoinpotant The famous coso of tho woman who when a neighbors child was sick camo and asked to care for It say Ing that she had buried all seven of her children and she guessed she knew how to nurso a sick child ta not usual but It shows tho state of mind of some And others for getting tho numbers that havo died declare that modern science is all wrong because some did live In spite of tho old methods Dut what mother can ever forget those that diedIt Is not a question of whether any live but ot how many can be sav ed and modern methods have prov ed and are proving every day that they can save thousands oC little ones that formerly went to early and untimely graves as well as mak- Ing those that do grow up stronger healthier and happier than tho sur vivors of the old methods Since bas proved that the great est danger In the way of young children is in tho food that is giv en them Their little stomachs are not ready to take tho heavy grist the Is given to older people and the delicate machinery la often hopelessly ruined by such food Parents hate to deny their children any thing and children will roach out for every thing they can see And so they are fed much stuff that Is for them holly better than poison Some llvo on It to bo sure but how many dial And It is always laid on something else fits or something but the doctor knows that It was tho mothers feeding There is a story of a little gill a beautiful child who died when she wax two years old leaving a home desolate Her parents had never denied her anything because they said they loved her fa And their lovo killed her for she died of In digestion It la said that they put this on her tombstone Hero lies our darling Resale who died after terrible suffering when two years old of acuto Indigestion It is a deI wanted to eat leamimade by Healy special ex pert on children employed by the great city of Chicago Every mother should rend It Ho says The poorly ventilated schools and crowded factories described by the Rev A Eugene Bartlett and by Principal William E Watt of the Graham school are small factors compared with wrong feeding Every year there Are hundreds of children whose digestive are ruined even before they are developed and the way paved for a short llfb and a painful one because mo thors of babies are regardless ot any rules of hygiene In nearly all foreigners families ns well as in a great number of Amor lean homos tho baby la carried to the table In Its mothers arms oven In the first year of its life Mothers eating with their child ren in their arm otter tho little ono a spoonful of tea then a morsel of 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 Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired I W C CARPENTER Back of Fish Bldg Berea Ky The Berea College Band whose concert at the College Chapel neat Saturday night will be one of the musical events of the season i bread then before the meal Is over the child has taken Into Its stomach a conglomeration of food that It would require an adult stomach to digest The result Is that when the little one reaches the age of 5 or 6 It la a ready victim ot dlarrhoeal diseasesI of hundreds of cases where children aro given tea and cofloe reg ularly during their first year In some cases they are given sips of beer from a family pall and become subjects of nervous diseases even if their little stomachs were able to stand tho hard foods Bananas because they are easy to give a child are favorites with unthinking mo there and are among the most dan gerous foods I have known of chil dren eating parts of bananas and being thrown into convulsions More dangerous than the foods aro tho patent preparation and soothing sirups with which crying babies are made to sleep In order to Insure father and mother a nights sleep Those are paving direct ways rjo the llttlo coffins Dont give a child medicine of any kind If a baby Is 111 call a physicianDont seek to gain a restful house by dosing the baby with patent sleep producers Dont feed a child with a dab of this and a pinch of that and flll its stomach with a mixture of IndlgosU ble food Sau ago is a general fav orltc and has produced Its share of little coffins TATE LEGISLATURE CLOSES The present legislature which will go down to history with a most unenviable record closed on Tuesday and we cannot sufficiently commend tho wisdom ot tho farmers of the Constitution who arranged matters so that the damage any one leglsla turo can do Is limited to slxtyv days The Legislature has won equal shame by what It has done and what It has not done The passing of the Louisville ripper Bill and the Holland Hill exhibited partisan rancor at its lowest and worst while the killing of such measures as the Good Roads hill tho Accounting and Inspection Bill the County Unit Bill the Educa tional Blllo etc add whatever might bo necessary to give this particular aggregation of polltlcans the medal for general cuacedness Thore havo been fewer good bills arid more bad ones than at any session In history It is a comfort to us Republicans to know that the Democrats will havq to carry the blame as they were In absolute control of both houses Bcrea people ore specIallY Interest ed In the fate of the Holland bill It was vetoed by the Governor and promptly passed over his veto no opportunity being given for speeches against It tho speeches favoring ItI and against the Governor were per mitted The bill Is therefore a lawIWhile the plans of the trustees of tho school have not been completed It Is cartaln that the bill will not provont tho establishment of the school at the place intended tho it will seriously cripple It Too much money has been spent there to per mit tho trustees to move and the work ot establishing the school will bo pushed forward Probably it will bo found that to conform with tho law it will be necessary to establish only normal and college departments Certainly the agricultural school from which so much had boon hoped will have to be given up Lines of Caesar all remind us We havo wasted lots of time And departing left behind us Zeroes stretched out in a line Zeroes that perhaps another On his way to Halls of Fame A forlorn and falling brother Seeing shall make A again Let us then be up and doing octa grade from every class Still achieving sun pursuing Learn to work so we may pass Maud Parsons t INTENSIVE FARMING I Timely Articles on Mountain Fanning Science for the Fathers Conducted By F O CLARK I Corn and Stock I Secretary Wilson FeedingI I most striking fact In culture Is the value of the corn crop I of tho United States for 1909 It Is 1720000000 In other words It Is equal to all gold and silver coin and bullion of our country Each day of the corn growing season Is worth 16000000 No wonder that our farmers have prospered nut lot us see what Is done with this great crop From 20 to 40 per cent of It Is wastI ed absolutely because of our methods of feeding Corn Is a fat producer and Btill many of our farmers feed It to grow the animals to make milk and also to produce work If you feed corn to conjsumedof protein elements to produce the muscle and the extra amount of fat lOne hundred pounds of corn conjUUt 79 pounds protein 661 pounds carbo- hydratesj and 43 pounds other extract One hundred pounds of oats contain 92 pounds protein 473 pounds of carbohydrates and 42 pounds ether extract I The work horse requires more pro tclnind less carbohydrate than thej fatting animal profless carbohydrates In other words 4 poundsII EVERY TOWN HAS I A liar a sponger a smart ales a girl who giggles a weather prophet- a neighborhood feud a woman witj who knows it all onoJncksonlanDemocrat more loaf era than it needs a boy who cuts up In church a few meddlesome old- women a thing that stares at women a stock law that is not enforced a j widower that Is too gay for his age some men who make remarks about- I women a preacher who thinks he ought to run the town a few who I know how to run the affairs of the country a grown up young man who laughs every time he says any thing a i girl who goes to the postofflce every time the mall comes In scores of men with tho caboose of Weir trousers worn as smooth as glass a man who grins when you talk and laughs aloud after ho has said somethingP HEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from First Page I automobiles and expects to gut along- I pretty well- WANT NATIONAL STRIKE The I strikers at Philadelphia have failed to get any nearer victory by tho plan of having all the union men In the city quit work and so they are hop I Ing to make tho field of trouble broadI er This time tthe proposition I all tho union men in the country should strike to help out the few hundred who ore out In Philadelphia wlsIdomIs approved by many of the leaders PROMINENT SUICIDE ThomasI McIC Laughlln a brotherinlaw of Pros Taft committed suicide last week at hie home In Plttsburg by shooting Every effort was made to conceal the fact even from the President Ho was said to havo been groat i dcathjotHAVE YOU GOT J34877 You are entitled to that much money There to exactly that amount of cash InI this country for every Individual Secretary of the Treasury says and you are entitled to your share The editor Is several dollars short and would be glad to have whoever has them bring them back ANTIBRYAN BOOM The anti Bryan leaders ot the Democratic party have already begun to get ready for the next campaign and think would be worth 1000000 a year to the farmers of Kentucky If we should feed one half oats and one halt corn to our work stock In feeding corn to the young grow ing animals we lose nearly one half because It is the protein and carbohydrates that are needed and not tho fat These elements can be much more cheaply supplied In the form of green grass clover wheat bran rye etcI corn to pro duce milk Milk Is from 2 to 4 percent fat and corn Is nearly 8 per cent of fat Tho amount of tAt in milk does not depend upon the feed but upon the breed and the individual animal Now as corn has about three times too much fat for milk it must lack In some of the other elements Time elements needed to produce milk are about the same as those needed to grow the animals Proper ceding will Increase the amount of milk and the quality IIt corn is not the proper teed for growing animal the working ani mat or the one that is producing milk what Is It good for To produce the fat animal Some comp may be used in feeding all stock but corn should be made the main feed only when we wish to produce fat stock If you want cornmeal you put into the hopper corp and not wheat oats and corn If you want fat teed for fat If you want milk feed for milk and If you wont work feed for work the best way Is to get some one to running before Mr Bryan gets started Several of them have decided on Sen Culberson of Texas It Is a long time ahead but we would like to predict that Sen Culberson will retire at the last minute or prevIous- ly to make room for somQ person who will stand a chance of delivering the vote of some state more doubtfully Democratic than Texas Is THREATEN STRIKEA strike of the engineers and firemen ot forty thfeatonedEffortsbut so far they have fallen thru WASHINGTON Continued from Pint Page Is not happy He Is mad at the insurgents because they will not help his little plan and he is mad at the standpatters because they llq to him He has not got anything from them yet and ho Is not sure that he ever will but ho does not feel sure that ho wont get it anywhere else And that makes him still more unhappy Just now he is planning It is said to make another attack on the Insur gents because they will not endorse tho railroad bill which has been put out with his backing The Insurgents know that the bill will not suit their constituents and they dont believe that it conforms with the pledge in tho last Republican platform They have copies of all the different drafts of the bill and thoy hope to prove that Taft at first agreed with them but that the influence of C A has led him to change Anyway they aro going to fight for what Tart drginally wantedand he la mad at them for doing It It Is even reported that he will try to read thom out of the party Meanwhile reports from their homo districts seem io show that he will havo to road about 7 big states out of the party If ho DemoI taro still hoping that the breach can be healed lOne peculiar hope of the stand patters Is that they can got Roosevelt to help them out Tho expresi dent will be back in this country by next fall and they want him to go out and tight the Insurgents So far he has refused to say anything willI maintain his silence till ho roaches America at least But It Is well known that among the newspaper men who are now with him are one or two who sympathize with the Insurgents and who have all the insldo Information which they can use It certain ly is funny to think of these Roose velthaters turning to Teddy to save thorn from defeat next Fall Ho Is known to bo fond of the party but there Is more than a chance that be foro ho will fight for them he will make them all turn Into Inaurgontts And that would bo funnier yet Cannon is feeling more hopeful again He is showing symptoms of thinking ho can go reelected and is recognizing the common or garden xornna friendly old cuss he Is hard to talk to usually but just now he Is very democratic It shows that his head Is too hard to allow tho feel ings ot the West to mako a dent Ho probably will never really believe that ho has earned the hatred of two thirds of the country If there Is anything to be said for Balilnger some ono had better Sly it and say It quick Every witness this week has put another tag on the Secretary and if he gets out with any reputation at all ho will be lucky The last witness has been the worst He is an old man who has been with the government for twenty five years and did not want to test ify because ho didnt want to lose his job as other men who told the truth have done But when they swore him he said that Balilnger had lied like a trooper He didnt believe he meant anything wrong but one letter to the President had contained only one true statement That was the letter tho President based his white wash on Also he had made a largo number of misstatements in care fully prepared explanations to tho public about his actions In short ho had evidently tried to cover up his tracks The Standard 011 Company is fac ing its most Important trial before tho Supreme Court here The argu ment of the case will begin Monday and is expected to last three days The defeat of the trust would mean that not only tho Standard 011 but a good many other big trusts would have to dissolve Another Important case now being tried here is that of the Corporation Tax Law which Pros Taft worked so hard for last summer If that falls ho will have got nothing in return for his surrender on the tariff and it ought to be a lesson to him to watch pretty carefulfy the bills they are putting thru for him this winter There are rumors of several changes In the cabinet It Is bellved every where that Balilnger will have to go Also It Is said that Aldrich is after the scalp of Hitchcock and that Mr Dickinson wants to go to the Sonata Mr Wilson has now broken 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given to any who obtain new yearlyaabcrtpttuuscantecteveTbeCltlaenfree AdTef tiling rates on application MFMDIIR OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Golf balls arc going up In price and there threatens to bo mush privation on the links In addition to life belts lako steam ers should carry a complement of skates Oleomargarine Is In wrong when It is artistically colored end boxed np and sblpped as checso Uncle Sams battleships are display- Ing too great a fondness for the mud banks of the Delaware Like all well regulated great fairs the Berlin exposition of 1911 Is preparing to ask for a postponement Now a Frencb warship bas gone on the rocks Some of the navies of the world do not seriously miss war Pigs are suggested as pets tot chil dren They are particularly charmingI in the form of breakfast bacon Prof Lowell has not told us wheth er Halleys comet was looking pleas ant when ho took Its picture the other day If the monorailcartotolie a com mercial success It should hurry to the task beford the airship preempts the 1fJeld a rough description of its operations we conclude that the gyro I scope train is safe from spreading of the rails Wall street reports a brisk demand I for money Sometimes Wall street l news has a wonderfully human and a universal notet New York wants to make Fifth av- enuer the greatest highway in the 1 4 world Broadway it is claimed is the greatest buyway You can hardly blame the man who turned to the sporting page expecting to find there the news of the British political campaign J Very likely tile St Louis Judge who wept when he sent two embezzling bank clerks to prison did not have tany money In that bank For the leading nations of the world I to go bankrupt on Dreadnoughts Is a costly way of providing themselves with a worlds peace court A cargo of silk valued at 1000000 was recently shipped from Japan to his country The cost of living is likely to go on Increasing Emperor William would like to stop the people from deserting the farms He might establish some rural five pfennig movingpicture shows A Missouri professor claims that Shakespeare used slang But he never Interpolated a Tbentoblsoldmother hcdldsay song in any of his produc dons Then again If 20000000 was sent down Into Central America to secure peace think of tho fighting there would bo for each man to get his share of Its A Sl Louis man Is seeking a dl t vorce because his wife has not spoken f to him for five years Walt Perhaps he has reason to believe she intends to break her long silenceII Scranton Pa wants special fnen tion because of a hen that lays eggs worth 400 a dozen Out west they merely give such news a line in the reportsI1Holland is a little hamlet In Vii ginla which does not amount to muct t in Itself But It Is a sort of storehouse and shipping point for the crop of peanuts which Is ono of the prln cipal soirees of wealth In that local 01tcalamityIdoubtless the attendants at the cir peanutIare in trouble because they Insist on j dressing themselves and their younp eon in ancient Greek costume and so going abroad in modern American win ter weather This shows what dim culttes attend the attempt at practical study of the classics and classic cos tumes in these days of what the ancient Greeks themselves would likely call foolish fashions MUCH OPPOSITION TO BIG WARSHIP Plans of Secretary Meyer Are Not Generally Regarded with Favor o TAWNEY IS CHIEF OBJECTOR Claims Made That It Means Immense Expenditure of Money and Is Merely an ExperImentFIght- Over Amendment to Interstate Commerce Act- WashingtonSecrotar of the Navy Meyers plan for a 32000ton Dread nought to be authorized for the Amer lean war fleet at tho next cession of congress Is meeting with strong opposition Tho friends of tho plan are just as energetic as are Its and it Is likely that there enemiesI fight worthy of tho traditions American navy when the bill for the big ship gets before congress next De cemberRepresentative Tawney who is chairman of the house committee on appropriations objects to the Dreadnought first on the ground of its cost and second on the ground that such a great vessel will bo largely experimental end it might not be found really serviceable after it Is built In the contentions that the ship may not prove all that might be expected many lino officers of the navy have a part It Is maintained by many of the old timers of tho service that tho expe rience of the years which have passed since the first modern battleship was built goes to show that there Is a limit of efficiency which is marked by a limit of size There are officers also who are opposed to the Increase in the caliber of the great guns which are used on warships Some of them say that the 12inch gun is just as serviceable as the 14Inch or the 16 inch gun and that any Increase of caliber from the 12 inch model is a waste of money and tends In no way to Improve the fighting qualities of the ship that carries the big weapons Roosevelts Naval Program- It was Theodore Roosevelts idea that at least two battleships should be added to the navy each year The former president wanted the United States to keep pace with foreign na tions In the matter of battleship building and to retain its relative rank In naval strength In order to Insure that two battleships at least would be authorized in one year Mr Roose velt asked for four of tho ships know ing that In all human probability con gress would compromise the matter and give him the two ships that he really wanted- It was said at tho time that if Mr Roosevelt bad asked for two ships he would have been given only one For some reason or other congress did not give the former president the support that apparently the country was giving him in his various fields of administrative endeavor When the Panama canal is opened the voyage from the Atlantic coast of the United States to the Pacific coast will bo a comparatively short one and therefore it will not be difficult In cases of emergency to send a huge fleet to the western waters As things are now of course the voyage has to be made around Cape Horn following the track which the battleship fleet took two years ago in making the first part of its journey around the world Somo naval officers say that It might be a good plan to build a 32000 ton Dreadnought and put Into Its tur rets guns of the largest caliber for the purpose of testing the sailing qualities and the fighting efficiency of such a boat If a Dreadnought of the size planned by the secretary of the navy should bo built along tho most careful lines and should prove to be inefficient the lesson taught might be worth tho 14 or 15 million dollars that It would cost to construct it for If it were shown that such a vessel were impracticable there would be no more experimenting and all tho energies of the department would be exerted to perfect vessels of the size that It was known could be built and oper ted safely and with high offensive efficiency Dhspute Over Elklns Bill The senate has taken hold in ear nest of the bill Introduced by Bonn tor Elkins and which provides for amendments to the Interstate com coerce act Ono feature of the bill as is well known is that providing for an Interstate commerce court whoso duty it shall be to hear cases that are car fled on appeal from the decision of the interstate commerce commission Ono of the main reasons advanced for the creation of tho Interstate com merce court was that it would expedite final decisions In cases In which the great carrier companies of tho country were Interested Of course appeals will lie from the interstate commerce court to the supreme court of the United States but It is urged by mends of the new court plan that parties to litigation will be satisfied In many instances with the decision of the lower court and that anyway inasmuch as it has only one class of cases to bear the new courts work will be dune quickly and that the route to justice will be much shorter than It has been in the past There is itrong opposition to the interstate commerce court amendment among jorae of the Republicans of tbo senate and among a considerable number also I Y In the house of representatives Senators Cummins and Clapp are fighting the provision for a new court It Is said by the opponents of the plan that there havo only been 26 cases taken on appeal from the interstate commerce commission within the time space of several years and that there seems to be no immediate chance that the number of cases will increase They say therefore that the court Is not needed On the other hand the friends of the court say that because of the long litigation that was sure to be ahead of parties to a suit in the past appeals have not been taken and that injustice therefore was douo Provisions Objected To The new court provision is not the only one to which objection is made by some of the Republican senators most of whom are what is known as insurgents In the main the same men were opposed to many of the provisions of the PayneAldrIch tariff law The charge is made that power Is taken away from the Interstate commerce commission to pass judg ment on all traffic agreements between the railroads which are allowed by law It was one of President noose velts Ideas that these traffic agreements should be allowed but the senators who are in opposition say that Mr Roosevelt Intended to glvo the Interstate commerce commission the power to decide on these agreements and to reject thorn If they were not considered proper and within the spirit of the statutes The friends of the court provision in tho bill say that If the agreements between tho railroads are of the kind to fix rates at too high a figure the Interstate commerce commission can act just ns It always has acted The opponents of the bill declare however that agreements may be mode which are in effect deadly to competition and yet they may not seem to fix extraordinarily high rates Wants Legislation Pushed President Taft Is beginning to show dally more of the spurring qualities of Theodore Roosevelt lIe is seem ingly dissatisfied with the compara tively slow progress which the legis lation that he has recommended la making In congress and moreover ho seems to have been somewhat dis turbed by tho reports that the country is taking more interest In the matters now under Investigation by con gress than It Is in tho progressive pol idles of legislation which occupied all Its attention during the Roosevelt ad ministrationRecently reports were published to the effect that Mr Taft had practical ly given over all attempts to Induce congress to pass the majority of his legislative recommendations at this session To hIs political friends the president was quick to make denial of any such intention He has let it bo known that he not only wants postal savings banks changes In the interstate commerce law and conservation laws but an antiInjunction statute and all recommendations that ho has made put through congress In law form before the session closes and the congressional campaign opens The leaders In house and senate have tried to talk the president out of giving public expression to his desire that a comprehensive legislative program shall be put through The lead era seem to be of tho opinion that if three or four bills which have attracted public attention and public support are enacted Into law at this session It will be enough in the way of accom plishment to satisfy the country Tho president is telling the leaders that the country wont be satisfied with threequarters of a loaf and that It must be given a whole loaf Whether or not attention will be given by con gress to what the administration Is urging will not be known for a fort night probably The President Contentions Tho advisers of tho president say that all through the tariff debate Mr Taft was firm In his belief that by gentle measures which were in con trast to those of his Immediate predecessor ho could get more out of con gress than could be obtained by big stick methods He professed satisfac tion with the tariff law but it Is said by those who seem to know hid In ward feelings that he would have ox pressed a much stronger nnd deeper satisfaction if the bill had gone furth er than lt lld in tho cutting of customs dutiesIt been said many times recent ly that the country seems to bo more interested In tho BalllngerPlnchot In quirT and In the matter of the high cost of living than it is in the legisla five program of the president It Is believed that Mr Taft holds that the lack of Interest In legislation is due to tho belief on the part of the country that the organization leaders are not going to do very much with legisla tion and BO naturally the Interest to a considerable extent has subsided The niembera of both houses are still getting scores of letters from their constituents weekly expressing the deepest concern over the high cost of living and also expressing a fear that the committee on Investigation now sitting Is bent on giving Secretary Balllnger a clean bill of health The president Is concerned over the feeling that the committee Intends to clear tho interior department officials and to clear them as a matter of course and politics Mr Taft eald at the outset that he wanted the truth and nothing else and that he did not care whom 11 hit provided It was the truth Ho Is a good enough politician to know that anything that was ap parently in the nature of a whitewash would do Mr Balllnger no good and that if he had acted In a way that ho should not have acted it would be just as well for him to have that fact noted In the report as it would bo to have it unnoted but still perfectly plain to the people at large GEORGE CLINTON SENATE PASSES BOND ISSUE BILL LITTLE OPPOSITION DEVELOPS AGAINST SENATOR ARNETT8 MEASURE GOOD CHANCE OF PASSING HOUSE Talk It Current that a Deal Has Seen Made with Gov Willson by Sup porters of Various Measures Pis tol Toting Bill Passes Senate Frankfort KyWith but little opposition tho bill of Senator B M Ar nett of Nicholasvlllc providing for a bond Issue of 500000 passed the sen ate The problem that must be solved now by tho senators fathering the bill Is to pass it through tho house Gov Willson Is in the saddle whip In hand and tho report current Is that tho op- posItIon to the bill in tbo house will be feeble In fact It is current talk that r deal has been mado with tho governor by tho supporters of tho measures providing for the school air propriations and tho prison commis sion to sign their bills and they In turn will pass tho bond Issue The senato adopted a concurrent resolution appropriating to each member of the two houses copies of the Kentucky statutes and code of prac tice for the length of their terms at 17 per or an expense of 2316 Pistol Toting Dill Passed Senate Bill No 131 making second conviction of carrying a pistol a felony passed 17 to 11 Tho following bills passed tho house By George Reid providing for punishment of fruit tree vendors for misrepresentation of their goods By S M Russell providing for pay ment of road work expenses by county treasurer By J S Steers to prevent double taxation In cases where notes are held as part payments for property placing tho rscponslblllty for these jointly on the holder of the notes and the holder of tho property By O M Kelsey providing for tho placing of women on tho same basis as men In the distribution of property under laws of dissent By S M Russell to provide for firo drills and Instructions as to dangers and prevention of fire In the schools and pro- vIding penalties for violation thereof Br Mr Niles providing for the eight houra day labor law Gov Willson issued a proclamation fixing Friday April 8 as Arbor day Bids for Text Bookt The senate passed Representative Carters bill providing that county school boards may receive and decide on bids for school text books without a majority of tho other counties for or against It as the present law pro- vIdes and it Rives all the cities and towns the right to adopt books different from the county It they wish As tho bill has passed tho house It will become a law In 1914 if the governor signs the bill Tho bill of Representative McVran of Covington providing for a district detective In counties having titles of the second class passed the house Police Under Civil Service The bill providing for an assistant commonwealths attorney In counties having cities of the second class pass ed the senate and tho bill of Representative Klalr placing the police force of cities of the second class un der the civil service passed the house House Bill No 3S0F E Graves providing that proceedings Instituted by tho commonwealth or any county city or taxing district shall be begun within five years after such rights first accrued was passed by a voto of 74 to 0- House Bill No 32GS L Robertson allowing taxpayers to pay back taxes to relieve the financial condition of Louisville passed by a vote of C3 to10To Aid Kings Daughters Home On motion of Senator Thomas the senate went Into committee of the whole and heard a statement by Mrs Homer Stucky of Louisville She explained tho purpose of the Kings Daughters organization and appealed for the passage of tbo bill which ap propriates 10000 annually to assist in maintaining the home located In Louisville Senator Bertram offered an amendment to cut tho amount from 10000 to 5000 and another to limit tho appropriation to two years Ho declared the work local The senate defeated both amendments and adopt pd tho bill 33 to 1 Mr Bertram cast the negative vote Senator 0 A Taylor offered a new bill proposing to limit to 50 per cent the number of convicts leased to any one contractor The house reconsidered the state fair bill and passed an appropriation of 38000 Increases of GOO a year In the sala ries of the secretary of the state board 111111CONDENSED NEWS ITEMS Louisville KyLuke 0 Cox presi dent of the Union National bank here and prominent In local financial cir cles for 20 years succumbed to an illness of pleurisy lasting for over a year Frankfort KyA fire originating within the walls of tho penitentiary in the lower factory of the Union Oar mont Co destroyed 10000 worth of machinery and overalls of control and mine inspectors were granted by the assembly House Dill No 381F E Graves to protect purchaser of land where same has been previously sold for delinquent taxes passed by a vote of 66 to 2- Houso Bill No 233 by J W Turner providing for the purchase of land ad joining tho stato capitol grounds for tho erection of a governors mansion passed by a vote of 63 to 17 house Dill No 234 by W A Price to regulate fees charged by guarantee and surety companies said fees npt to exceed those charged In other states passed by a voto of 68 to 4 House Bill No 297 by J R Zim merman to prevent placing tho names of candidates put on ballots by peti tion under any party device passed by a vote of 63 to 2 Councils Can Fill Bench House Bill No 207 by Lilian Carter allowing boards of council in sixthclass cities to fill vacancies In office of police judge passed by a vote of 66 to 0 House Bill No 153 by II A Scho berth appropriating money tor state fair buildings at Louisville was amended by Mr Whitton making tho appropriation 25000 Instead of 50 000 and the amendment tarried Passed Over Governors Veto Gov Wlllsona veto of Houso Bill No 51 Introduced by Representative Klalr providing for tho register Ing with the proper county offi dais all pooled products and providing a penalty for persons soliciting the purchase of such pooled products was treated with little ceremony by the legislature Mr Klalr said ho was sorry to havo to attempt to puss R bill over Gov Wlllsons veto but that this measure was for the Interest of every tobacco grower in Kentucky Mr Zimmerman and Mr Schoberth spoke for the measure Mr Schobcrth said this measure was to enable the farmers when they have organized for the purpose of having competition that they may have a compact organ Izatlon Ho said the farmers through out Kentucky were backing this meas ure without an exception Tho bill became a law by a vote of 77 to 11 over the governors veto The bill providing that the salaries of the prison commissioners bo in creased to 3000 a year the chair man to 3000 and the secretary of the commission 1800 passed the house in a rush Tho bill providing for an annual appropriation of 10000 to each of the normal schools and to Stato university passed the house The senate passed the bill creating a state board of plumbers Senate Pastes Truant Bill Senato Bill 236 providing for a chief truant officer In cities of the first and second classes and requiring children to attend school until they reach the age of 16 years unless they hold a certificate under tho child labor law passed 32 to 0 Senato 11111 139 a companion bill to tho measure just passed and providing for an Increase from 700 to 1000 the annual salary of assistants to the truant officer of first and second class cities was pass ed 29 to 0 Dank Examiner Dill Passes The rules committee called Senate Bill 139 the bank examiner bill Tho committee reported some days ago a substitute measure providing for tbo appointment of inspectors by tho set retary of state subject to confirma tion by the court of appeals Tho senate accepted the substitute bill The bill parsed 32 to 2 Senate Bill 241 by Senator Wyatt providing state registration of automobiles and other regulations passed 28 to 0- Sonato Dill 224 to protect the water tables of turnpikes against use as pri vato culverts and to prevent placing of telephone poles therein passed 21 to 3 Senate BUI 307 by Senator WatkIns- to change tho boundary line of the Morgan eld school district passed 27 to 0 Senate Dill 193 providing Jife sav- Ing apparatus for uso In mine dtsas ters passed 29 to 2 Extra Session It Probable Although the senate passed tho hill originating in the house known as tho Interestbearing warrant bill Gov Willson is not sats fled with tho measure and tbo probability of an extra session is strong Tho rules committee called up and tho senate passed the bill No 87 for the benefit of the Colored Childrens Homo society after reducing the appropriation from 10000 to 5000 Sonator Graham offered a resolu tlon calling on the adjutant general for information as to whether state troops were sent Into Grayson county during the nightrider troubles Senator Eaton added an Inquiry as to McCracken county It passed The rules committee called up Senate Bill 62 proposing to submit to voto of tho people an amendment to the constitution so as to carry out tho ideas of the state tax commission in changing and modernizing the assess ment of all classes of property and tho collection of taxes The bill passed 30 to 0- Lexington WiIWWWWKyTho Jury In the stubbornly contested case of B F Vanmetor et al vs W J Loughridgo ct al rendered a verdict In the circuit court sustaining the will of Mrs Susan T Allen by which W J Lough ridge tho chief beneficiary Is bequeathed about 50000 Dover KyThe third section of C O Passenger Train No 7C was wrecked hero Five cars were derailed but no ono was injured Traffic was delayed several hours Two of Kentuckys Representativesin Augustus Owsloy Stanley Domocrnt of Henderson was born May 21 1807 in tho city of Sholbyvllle She by Coun ty Ky was educated at State College Lexington Ky and at Center College Danville Ky graduating from the latter Institution in tho class of 1SS9 en tered the practice of the law In 1894 Imving been employed between 1S89 and 1904 as schoolteacher was Prcel AUGUSTUS O STANLEY dontlal elector In 1900 whisk la the only office or public position at any knd over hold by him prior to his elec don to the FUtyoiRbth Fiftyninth and Sixtieth Congresses and roclcctcd to tho Sixtyfirst Congress ruoolvlug 23320 voles to 19302 for John C Won sham Republican 17 for John M Greer Prohibitionist and 299 for Eimer Farley Socialist Ollo M Janice Democrat of Marlon WItS born In Crittondon County Ky July 27 1871 educated In tho common and academic schools pago In the Kentucky Legislature session of 1887 was ono of tho attorneys for Gor Goobcl In hie celebrated contest for i governor of tho ptato of KentuckyI OLLIE M JAMES was married Doc 2 1903 to Miss Ruth Thomas of Marlon Ji was elected to tho Fiftyeighth Fiftyninth and Sixtieth Congresses and reelected to tho Sixtyfirst Congreat receiving S7039 votes to 15191 for Jerry M Per ter Republican 118 for J W Graham 1opulUt and 210 for I O Ford ProaJ bltionistUnclaimed Sank Deposits Massachusetts treasury In likely to come In for a tidy sum of money under a recent decision of the supremo court of that state which holds that depos its In savings batiks unclaimed for 30 years go to the commonwealth Tho decision was rendered In n case brought to test thn title of 100000 of deposits In the Provident Institution for Savings left there for more than thirty years Tho court says that tho length of time that these deposits have been In the bank without any action by the depositors In regard to them furnishes a strong presumption that willingly or unwillingly or ignor ontly the depositors have permanently J abandoned them Ground Telephone The introduction of magazine rifles into the army Is said to havo ended the custom of using the rifle as a tele phone by placing tho muzzlo to the ground and listening at tho breech for movement of distant cavalry A new apparatus on tho same principle is tho acoustclo of AL Martel a Fiench In ventor This is a trumpetshaped tube a yard or more high Inclosing a cen tral cone and It Is claimed to be so Bwsitlvo that the tick of a watch can q bo heard several hundred yards away In listening for sounds through tho earth it is best placed In a special hole Diverse Salvage Methods By the old method of salvage the rents and breaks in the hull of tho vessel were closed and the water pumped out By the latest system the ship Is rid of water by pumping air Into the holds which floats the vesseL Proud Mans Vain Wish I wonder why so many business men marry their stenographers Probably under the mistaken assume tion that they cart dictate to them as aslly after marriage as they did b lore Birmingham AgeHerald I v wnww + ++ cpyyr n EL V cwta l I CHEERS FOR ROOSEVELT AT KHARTUM Arrival of Former President Oc casion for Celebration in Egyptian Sudan GOVERNOR GENERALS GUEST Khartum Egyptian Sudan Theo dore Roosevelt former president of the United States accompanied by his son Kermit and members of the party which has accompanied him through the jungles of Africa In search of big game arrived at Khartum Mon day Mrs Roosevelt and Miss Roosevelt were first to greet the returning tray eler as bo stepped from tho boat loaned by a British government ofll chit on which bo made tho voyage on the Nile from Kondokoro It was a hearty greeting between husband and wile who had not seen each other for nearly a year and the great crowd that was Gathered at tho landing ex pressed Its approval in three mighty cheers Shuns Political Talk Scores of special correspondents sent by tho great American newspa pers swarmed around tho former pres dent na soon as ho was released from the grasp of his wife and daughter To thorn Col Roosevelt declared ho would not discuss the political sltua lion In the United States with which manrjquestions and was greatly Interested In affairs at home Ono bold corre spondent received a Roosevelt srollo only when ho asked if the colonel will be a candidate for the presidency In 1812 Questions about his friend Cit ford Plnchotc row with Secretary Bal lInger and President Taft wore likewise turned aside unanswered Col and Mrs Roosevelt their eon and daughter and members of tho ex pedition aro guests of Gen Sir Reg inald Wlngato at the governor gen THe COY PI1IACE lfHARTLYM arxx I eraPs palace Many forms of entertainment have been prepared by Sir Reginald fur his guests Was Remarkable Journey Col Roosevelts arrival at Khartum completed ono of the most notable Journeys since the days of Livingstone and Stanley The visit to the dark continent and tho Invasion of the lair rhinocerosthe cscapo of Col Roosevelt and his aides from tho deadly contagious dls i eases that haunt tho Jungles Up to tho time of his arrival there had been no Berlotis accidents Tho town of Khartum Isa mass of color Flags of Egypt England and America are everywhere and the ex president has probably appreciated nothing more than the opportunity of visiting this historical spot Khartum Historical Spot Khartum Is virtually built around P the grave of Chinese Gordon Tho city Itself Is a gigantic monument to that soldiers deeds and his heroic death In the center of It stands his cDlgy In bronze mornted on a camel gazing with fixed uycs out toward the desert which mocked him during tho terrible year that be lay there I walling for relief Behind the statue stands the British governors palace an Imposing structure In the Gothic style typical of British power and British permanence Not far away Is tho Gordon Memori al college a school built wtlh funds raised by Gen Kitchener by subscrip tion throughout Great Britain In which the Sudanese newer generation is trained for service In the govern ment which conquered Its fathers Everywhere throughout tho city thu name Gordon appears Thero Is tho Gordon hotel the Gordon drive and up tho White Nile tho Gordon tree Cordons memory will live so long as Khartum exists The British have transformed the city of his death Into a memorial to his glory that can laugh at tlmo- Khartum stands at tho confluence of tho White and Blue Niles and some day with tho development of tho wll dernoss south of It will become metropolis as Important to tho commerce of Africa as Chicago is to the commerce of North America Prop only speaking however thq city Itself hoes not extend beyond tho banks of tho flue Nile Tbo river passes directly through tho city and along its banks fronted by the barracks of tho British soldiers lies a magnificent driveway three miles In length Northwest of Khartum Is Omdur Theodore Roosevelt man tho city occupied by tho Mahdl after tho death of Gordon and tho scene of tho licentious revelries that occupied tho native soldiery up to tho time that they were confronted and overwhelmed by Kitchener Tho lint ish truo to their policy of colonlza tion have not attempted seriously to Interfere with Moslem customs hero Tho ruins of tbo Khalifas body guard headquarters the military prison the remnants at tho Arab fortifications have all been allowed to stand- Still further north Is tho field of Kerrerl tho shambles In which Kitch ener with mathematical exactitude slashed to pieces tho Arab forces The battle was one of the bloodiest In modern history It was marked on the sldo of tho British by a skill and coolness that was in Itself a tribute to AngloSaxon civilization Route Roosevelt Followed A schedulo of Mr Roosovelts mile ago In Africa to date together with Mrs Roosevelt some reference to tho character of the country through which he hiked rode or boated and partial list of the animals killed by his party Is as fol lows March 23Salled from Now York for Naples 4176 miles March 30 Arrived at tho Azores April IArrived nt Gibraltar April 5 Arrived at Naples April GAfter being received by King Victor Emmanuel sailed for Mombasa British East Africa 4121 milesApril triArrlvod at Arabia April 21 Arrived at Mombasa and received with honors by tho provincial governorApril f2Lett Mombasa by rail for Kapltl plains and the ranch of Sir Alfred Pease on tho Athl river for short shooting expeditions About 270 miles Secured two wldebcest two gazelle five other antelope six lions giraffe ono zebra ono rhino a warthog and a hartebeest May lGRode to W II McMillans Juja farm a full days Journey for short expeditions Secured two 1mI pala several antelope water a leopard rhino and a hippopotamus Bag More Big Game May 20 Rodo from McMillans to the adjoining Hontley ranch for buf falo hunting among the papyrus swamps Twelvo miles Secured four buffalo four hartebeest two zebra two gazelle and a warthog May 26 Rode from the Heatley ranch to McMillans town house at Nairobi A days Jaunt Juno 3Left by rail for Kljaie 44 miles Wife and Daughter Are Among Those Who Met the Re turning Traveler REVIEW OF THE EXPEDITION Juno 4 Arrived at Kijabo Juno ILeft Kijabo on march for tho Sotlk district Tho route was over a waterless tract and although the distance traversed was only CO miles It entailed a thrce day trip Secured six rhinos a hippopotamus two eland two wldobccst several antelope two zebra a hyena warthog and three lionsJuly 12 Arrived at Lake Nalvasha on return trip Secured two hippos and somo smaller game July 22 Arrived at Nalvasha from the lake July 24 Returned to Nairobi by rail 65milesAugLeft Nairobi for Nalvasha Aug ILeft Nalvasha on march to Nyerl and the Kenya province 80 miles Secured five lions three buffalo a hippo a glraffo and his first elephantOct Returned to Nalvaaha On Three Weeks Shoot Oct 2GLoft by rail for Londlnnl for a three weeks shoot on tho Guaso Ngulsho plateau about 90 miles Secured five giraffe three lions and soy eral antelope and smaller game Dec 7Roturned to Nairobi by rail Dec ISLeft Nairobi by rail for Port Klsuma on Lake Victoria Ny anza about 150 miles Dec 20 Arrived at Entebbe Uganda from Klsuma via lako steamer about 125 miles On this trip the American flag was flown for tho first time on Africas Inland sea Dec 21Lett on 23mllo auto trip toKampalaDec Left Kampala for Klnslngo 70 miles Secured two elephants Jan 3 Arrived at Ilolma Uganda t s I AORiS AT 1fthfOTCOPYHo er y 4 a e a Aden three a a a after a 67 milo trip from KJslngo Jan 4Lott for Butlaba 27 miles Jan 7Left on steam launch for Wadelal and Rhino camp Belgian Kongo about 72 miles Secured sev eral whlto rhinos and a buffalo Feb 3Left Wadelal for Nlmulo about 51 miles Feb 4 Arrived at Nlmule Uganda Fob 7Lett Nlmulo for Gondokoro a 108 mile march through almost un broken Jungle Feb 17 Arrived at Gondokoro Upper SudanExpedition Breaks Up Feb 2C Expedition broke up and porters returned to Uganda Feb 28Roosevelt left Gondokoro via steamboat for Khartum more than 800 miles to the north March 11 Arrived at Renk about two days Journey by boat south of KhartumMarch 14 Reached Khartum tho end of his journey on tho Nile and was greeted by Mrs Roosevelt and daughter Mss Ethe- lHomeward Bound Tho arranged program for tho re reminder of Col Roosevelts homeward Journey Is as follows Will arrive at Alexandria Egypt on March 29 Will arrive at Gibraltar on April 2 and at Naples on April 10 On April 14 ho will roach Parts where a great national reception has been planned which will continuo through his three days stay In the French capital On April 17 bo will go to Vienna whore ho will be tho guest of the In ternatlonal Sporting exhibition and at which place he will meet sportsmen from all over tho world On May 10 ho Is scheduled to be In Berlin as the guest of tho emperor and the faculty of tho University of BerlinMay 12 he Is to arrive at Christiana as tho guest of Kink Gustav of Sweden and of tho nation On May 16 ho will arrive In London aa tho guest of tho English people and King Edward and has already been voted tho freedom of tho city Juno 15 ho arrives at Now York where he will bo greeted by delega tions from all over tho nation and re celved by President Taft One on Him Hewitt They say that In the next world wj shall do the same wo do In thisJowettDut you will find It too hot to stay long In one place and I dont see how you can continuo ro bo hi end seat hog A BIG WAlKOUT IS THREATENED WILL AFFECT ALL RAILROAD SYSTEMS BETWEEN CHICAGO AND PACIFIC COAST FIREMEN DEMAND ARBITRATION Railroad Manager Hopes fur a Peace ful Adjustment of the Matter and Does Not Feel Slightest Apprehen slon Over Difficulty Chicago Tho threatened walkout of 25000 firemen on practically all the railroad systems between Chicago and tho Pacific const reached a critical stago when Wo S Carton president of tho Brotherhood of Locomotw Firemen and Eoglnonicn formally notified tho railroads that if tho entire controversy was not submitted to or bltmtlon a otrlko would bo inevitable Mr Carters letter d notification waa Indorsed by tho brotherhoods committee which represents tho fire men on about 47 railroads west north west and southwest of Chicago The letter was sent to W C Nixon general ironwcr of tho 8t Louis 1h San FrnnrfBCo railroad who Is chairman of tho railroad general managers corn mitteeAfter conferring with Mr Nixon O 1 Dlckeson assistant to tho president of tho Chicago Burlington QuIncy rood gave out tho following state ment We have received Mr Carters lot ter which to tho laymen Who an not thoroughly tam Ilar with tho methods of labor organizations would appear to be somewhat serous and point ton strike I wish to say that this la merely ono of tho methods unfortu nately Invoked in conducting such ne gotiations and it Is not likely that the men would sanction tho ncKon of their lenders In calling a strike over ono or two technical points We do not foel the slightest apprehension over tho dlfllculty The managers in duo time will make def mite answer to tho firemens commit tee and wo hopo for a peaceful ad lufitmont PRESIDENT TAFT- SHOWED DISTRESS Feels Keenly the Eambarrassment Incident to Suicide of His Brother In Law PMstourg PaWlth as little dIs- play as possible and foUovjcd by Pres ident of tho United States Taft as tho most noted mourner tho body ot Thomas McK LaugMIn millionaire suicide was laid to rest In Allegreny cemetery Plttsburg spent an excitable Sun day since It was not known to tho rank and file of Plttsburgcro until they read the Sunday papers that tho rich steel man had blown out his brains In the collar of his palace on Wood lawn road Nor was it an altcgetber pleasant face presented by President Taft whorl ho stepped from his private car hero and into an auto to bo whirled to the homo ot his late brotherinlaw There was n frown on tho face of the nations chief executive ae he nodded greetings to Inspector Peter Walsh of the burg police force who had Cncd up GO officers to pro toot him from the crowd It appeared to the observer that Mr Taft had not slept well and that ho felt keenly tho embarrassing poet tion following attempts mado hero to conceal tho truth regarding the tragic rod of Mr Laughlin It Is asserted the president did not learn It was a case of suicide until he was on the train coming from Washington HEROIC WORK OF CONVICTS Fire Is Discovered In Penitentiary Near Plttsburg and Is Quickly Subdued PltWburg Pa While 750 of the J SOO convicts In Riverside pennon tinny were at chapol service fire was d covered In the great stocking shops of tho iLitltuUon and for a time tho ntlro pr son was threatened Heroic work on the port of convicts headed b1 a murderer and members ol the famous banker colony helped loW the names In chock until the ar rIval of the fire department Had It not boon for the speed with which a chapel meeting was converted into a fire brigade the prison would likely have gone up in smoke So remarkable was the work of con lets that Warden John Francs later addressed tho prisoners as a body and thanked them for their good work It Is not unlikely that the fire fighting or some of tho convicts will be brought before tho state pardon board Watson Sees Danger Atlanta Go Tlbomas E Watson lopullst loader publishes an open let tar warning southern whites tbat northern multimillionaires aro tryng to bring about social equality and race amalgamation Awaking Arrival of Roosevelt Khartum Khartum rs now in gala attire awaiting the coming of Theodore Roosevelt who with the other members of the American hunting and cdcntlfic expedition is on the last jog ot tha journey to this city BALUN6ER IS CONTRADICTED CHIEF ENGINEER OF RECLAMA TION SERVICE TESTIFIES Secretary Wanted Power Sites Restored Slowly So aa Not to At tract Public Attention Washington A P Davis chief engineer of the reclamation service gave testimony before the Balllnge Plncbot Investigation Friday strongly against Secretary Dalllnger Ho saId Mr Balllnger had directed him to go slowly about restoring certain power sites on public lands to the public domain BO as not to attract public at tentlonMr Davis declared that In prepar Ing lists of lands to be restored by Secretary Balllnger he felt that he was acting under mandatory orders from the secretary These lands bad been withdrawn witness said by Secretary Garfield for the conservation of water power sites Mr Balllnger according to Davis repeatedly gave verbal orders that lands so withdrawn should be pro pared for restoration as their with drawal had been in direct violation ot law and could not be sustained No written orders however wore ever IssuedMr Davis told in detail an Inter view ho had with Mr Balllnger at his hotel In March last in which he criticised the conduct of the reclama tion service and declared Illegal the withdrawal of largo areas of power sitesMr Pepper brought out tho fact that Mr Davis in making his recom mendatlons for restoration of the land withdrawn was acting upon the mandatory order of Secretary Bal linger This mandatory order was given orally by Mr Balllnger Of his own volition Mr Davis said he would have made no such recommendation This evidence was of especial lm portanco because of the fact that Bal linger in his defense to tho president stated that ho acted In making these restorations upon the recommendation of the reclamation service Washington James R Garfield former secretary of tho Interior testl fied Thursday before tho Balllnger Pinchot Investigation committee that ho did not believe tho 30000000 bond Issue recommended by President Taft to congress was necessary for tho proper forwarding of Irrigation work In tho west He said this In defense of the cooperative agreements be entered Into with water users associations and of the reclamation certificates he Is sued in evidence of work performed and which came to bo known as Garfield currency Mr Garfield said Attorney General Wlckershnm and President Taft did not have the proper facts before them when they reached opinions adverse to tho legality of the reclamation cer tificates the use of which was stopped by Mr tialllngcr BANKER PLACED ON TRIAL Former Cashier of Tipton Ind Bank Is Charged with Embezzling 100000 Indianapolis rindCharged with embezzling 100000 of the funds ol tho First National bank of Tipton Ind William II Marker formerly cashier of the bank was placed on trial before a jury In the United States court of this district Markers brother Noah R Marker former assistant cashier of tho bank Indicted jointly with him on the charge of complicity In tho embezzlement will have a separate trial The United States district attorney Charles W Miller In his opening ad dress to the jury said tho government expected to prove In addition to the embezzlement that William H Marker had misapplied thousands of dollars of the cash of the bank for the benefit of several persons Including himself and that ho had made false reports of the condition of the bank to the comp troller of the treasury KNOCK OUT COMMERCE COURT Interstate Commission Substituted for Tribunal In Taft Bill by House Committee Washington Tho Interstate com ncrco commission was substituted for the proposed court of com ncrco In the administration railroad bill by the house committee on Inter state commerce Dr Fritch Goes to Prison Detroit Mich Dr George A FrItch was sentenced to servo from 73 to 16 years In the state peniten tiary at Jackson for manslaughter In causing the death last August ot May belle Mlllman of Ann Arbor Senator Daniel Stricken Daytona Fla United States Senator John W Daniel of Virginia was stricken with paralysis here Wednesday He Is at a hospital and his physicians say he will recover If another stroke does not follow Six Injured In a Collision Seattle WashSlx persons were Injured two seriously Friday when n limited passenger train on the Puget sound electric railway ran Into a freight train at Thomas station two miles south of Kent Negroes Boycott Street Cars Muskogee Okla Negroes generally are boycotting the street cars of Muskogee as a result of the placing- of officers on the cars to prevent trouble In enforcing the Jim crow law What Is Happening Throughout the State GUN FIGHT IN HOTEL Landlord Kills His Assailant After Born ing Fatally Wounded Bona Ky Samuel Baker was shot and killed and Marcus B Bowlln pro prietor of the Commercial hotel here was wounded fatally In a threecorner cd affray in the hotel Baker and a brother Burnam Baker raised a dis turbanco In tho hotel and when Bow lln tried to quiet thorn tho latter it Is alleged shot the hotolkeepor Bow tin ran to a rear room where his wife handed him a shotgun He returned to the lobby of the hotel and shot Sara ucl Baker dead Burnaaa Baker was not Injured Ho fled FINDING OF TAX BOARD FINAL Ccurt of Appeals Renders Important Taxation Decision Frankfort Ky Provided the taxpayer In thla state is given notice of tho sitting of tho board of tax supervisors tho valuation placed upon the property of tho taxpayer by tho board la final This opinion wags given by tho court of appeals in tho case ot the Star Milling Co against the city of Nlchoiasvlllo Frankfort Ky State Inspector and Examiner Thatcher collected for tho state in McCracken county from tho officials who have failed to account for foes or other moneys which came into their hands a total of 72893 as tot lows J A Miller circuit court clerk 2310 A W Bartley county attorney 10950 Judge Llghtfcot county judge 10240 C W Emory Justice of the peace 4020 J W Oslosby sher iff 22C93 Owensboro Ky George Loan ot Muhlenberg county a few months ago filed a suit for 30000 damages against a number of prominent citizens claim ing that he had been whipped and beaten by them and forced to lemvo the abate The petition was dismiss ed Lear laving boon paid just 100 In ccmmoivtlng on tho com romsA Judge Evans scores the attorneys for both too plaintiff and defendants CovIngton Ky Phenomenal Krau3- was made defendant in a 20000 dam age suit filed In the Kenton circuit court by Carrie L Cochran Tho plain tiff assorts that her husband Log la Cochran suffering paino about WB leftsear wont to Kraus for examination and diagnosis of his nHmcnt and that ho performed an operation whiiih was not proper Jackson KyWitham Barn and June Jett brothers of Curt Jett now serving a lifo sontenoo in the penlten tiary at Frankfort for complicity in the killing of J B Marcum are cir culating a petition and gathering sig natures of tho people of Jackson and Brcathltt county with a view to securing a parolo for Jort Covlngton Ky Although ho had an arm torn from Its socket two cga broken and other Injuries about his body Jacob Stogmann 22 Newport lived far four hours before death re lieved him of his agony Stogman was the engineer of tho Boono Tobac co Co and was lacing a belt on the first floor when ho was caught Louisville Ky Albert A Van Bu rent a retired head of the Baldwin Piano Co one of Louisvilles best known citizens died after an extend ed illness Mr Van Huron formerly lived In Cincinnati whore he became a partner lu the Baldwin firm and la ter took over the management of tho Baldwin interests in this city LouisvUlc Ky Juflsmont was en tered in the circuit court ordering the sale of the property of the Louisville end Evansvlllo Packet Co Notable among the claims nllowod against the company b that of tho Howard ship yards of Jeffersonville wjilch has assorted maritime liens ot 17000 Alt Sterling KyThreo loads of etaceo belonging to James Rolfitt from Myers Ncotes county was stopped hero by injunctions secured by the Burley Tobacco society It Is claimed that the tobacco woe pooled end was brought here In the njstit to be sold to Independent buyers KyBmnlipox has np oared at tho Western Kentucky isyhun for tho Insane near this city but only one caso has developed and Super ntendcnt Gardiner promptly had the patleat quarantined Covington Ky Assistant District Attorney George Davison and other lllclals of the federal otmrt returned from Jackson Of tho Vt cases charged with selling liquor without a license the attorney secured 18 convictions Danville Ky Because of foara that an attempt would be made to lynch hm Frank CraUreo under sentence of life imprisonment for the murder of Andrew lUrtwey In Pulaskl county last December ww brought here from Somerset Lexington KyWilt Lyons the no- era who is charged with tho killing of Jesse Clark another of his race hErE was car urQj at Danville Lona Insists thet G1rkwas Interested started a fight with him and shot him elf R ab veY I 3L East Kentucky Correspondence J I News You Get Nowhere Else 1U eomtpoBdMe pibUthtd taltti ilfMt 11 ten by tbs wnui rbt tami cot In tbllo tlo kit u u endue tl good faiti Wrttt pill b eoeoeooeoooooo We ore sorry that several correspondents will not find their letters in tho paper this week and others will find theirs badly cut down They came too lato to get them all in The last comers we had to throw away and some that were pretty late we cut down so that wo could use a part There is so much correspondence now a days anyway that we must ask the correspondents not to Bend anything that is not important JACKSON COUNTY ISAACS loaacs March 11Mr H C Davis n has been working for Mr Tom Hun I loy of Moores CreokDr J A Ma haffey and Dr 0 C Goodman per- formedi an operation on Jerry York and Johnnie Ison a tow days ago I The former had an ulcer cut off of shoulder Mr J L Isaacs is 1seriously ill with pneumonia Mr was the guest of Mr Goo Field Friday Mr Green Settle and I wits have moved to Pond Lick The Rev J G Allen was called to I Mr James Chestnuts on Sextons Creek because of sickness Mr and Mrs Lum Moore and Mrs Bottle Pennington were the guests of Mr Jerry York SundayThere Is prayer meeting at Annvllle every Thursday night Everybody invited to come Mr D B Morris and wife of Perry County are visiting relatives of this Mrs Martha Moore of Hamil Iton 0 returned to her fathers in bad healthMr Geo Langdon visit ThursdayMrsIIke Fox died Thursday con sumption Mrs Esther Allen Is much j better Mr Pleas Isaacs will de part for Canada very soonMr G C Purkey and Mr and Mrs LevI Purkey were gucsto of Mrs Mary EI Purkey SundayMr Richard Hunley ban gone to Illinois to spend the sum mor- TYNER took4advantageplanted out garden last week Mr Ed Vaughn purchased half Interest in tho MooreBullock saw mill for rf Hnlcl ho paid 230 The name of- lIvVthe+ b lrm18nowJt ale Sleeve Vaughn 1 rL CoMr anT Mrs Roberts Welchbf Mildred have moved into undo Jacob Millers property known as the Brumbiokpl cp Any one wishing to buy seed potatoes would do well to coll on G W Moore as he has got 20 bushels for saleMr- W R Rader will farm this season for J H Jones George E Moore lost old Joe his fine gray mule last week Mr Preston Dunlgan Is very sick J G Morris will hack cross ties for Harry Moore next weekFred Jones who has boon attending the S B M S at London this winter is I at home sick with the measlesMr Alfred Rader is working for Bob Moore of OlinMr and Mrs G W Moore were visiting at Mildred Sun WelchburgIdayr W M Dunlgan has dis missed his school and gone to farm tlngI oft In time to save his fingers ANNVILLK- Annvllle March 14School began Monday at the new college with an attendance of about forty pupils Two tccchcrs Mis Worthington with the Normal class and Lee J Webb with tho intermediateb1r and Mrs Roy E Rader returned from Mt Vernon Saturday They have been visiting Mr GM Ballard The Rev Pearl Hacker and Wm Johnston filled their regular appointment hero Saturday and Sunday Mattlo Medlock and Mrs Wm Worthington went to Mc Kee Monddy on business Miss Cora I Johnstcn visited Lizzie Ingram and f attended Sunday school in the new building Mr and Mrs Wm Johnston attended church service at this place Mr and Mrs Frank King have mov ed to Peoples where Mr King will work In tho cross tie business Mr Walter Medlock and U S Myers havo I triptoMinnie and Nora Price and Jas Hund boy from Parrot are attending school here There was quite an ex eltement In town lost week when the tho Rev Isaac Mosslers team became damagodoneKKBI1Y KNOI1 Kerby Knob March i4Weallwere very sorry to see our school close at this place March 11th Mr Allle Powell is very ill with pneumonia fever Dr Baker of Bear Wallow Is waiting on hlmMlss Nannle Williams was the guest of Miss Rena and Nora Powell Saturday night Miss Laura Carpenter Is able do be out agalnMr Bee Wll llama was very sick Saturday night Miss Rena Powell gave the boys and + girls a social Saturday night They If tIOn ooooooooo I all had a nice time We all are very sorry to see Miss Rena leave She Is going to Ohio to stay with her brother Miss Myrtle Click visited her aunt Mrs Isaac Dean today Mr Curt Lano of Bear Wallow took dinner with Mr James Click Sunday and was the guest of Mr G W Johnson Sunday nlghtMr Walter Williams bad a tlo hacking Saturday He had ten hands and got lots of work doneMn and Mrs James Baker of Hugh were the guests of Mrs James Williams Saturday night OIUMIA Orpha March I3The new house at New Zion is about churchI and there will be services fourth Saturday in each month Tho Rev J S Ward will move to Hamilton Ohio shortly We are sorry to lose him and will miss his eloquent sermons Arthur Bryant Is very sick with pneumonia Patrick Mayse IsI about ready to move into his new houseMrs Annie Mayo and son have rented a place from Patrick MayseMr Jas Botner will soon oc cupy his farm that he bought from Jesse Brandenburg Logan Farmer Is I building a new house near New ZIon churchJ n Bailey Is doing a fine business with his saw mill cutting tiesI tor the Ohio Valley Tie CoJamesr and Joe Isaacs are making ties for English and Co James Campbell la1 building a now house and Patrick Brewer will move to Campbells old place Miss Cora Madden and brother I were tho guests of the Misses Ruby and Ohio Farmer Saturday night Mrs Provle Campbell was visiting her sister in law Mrs Malva Fanner Sun dayMr Isaac Mayo of Laurel Co has moved to tho Peleg Mayse placei Wo are glad to wclcomo him in our neighborhood We are sorry to hear of so many boys having whiskey this vicinity and hope that tho InI enue met will get up with all llllclte stills and whiskey sellers and then our boys would not be drunk any moreIDlsputanta DISPUTANTAI Phelps who has boon holding a ser ies of meetings at Clear Creek has returned to his home ot Cartersvlllo Miss Lula Waddlo of Rockford spent Sunday night with friends at DlspuI tantaMr F W Taylor of Berea I was at this place Monday on business Mr and Mrs Sam Coffey of WII die visited Mr and Mrs G V Owen Saturday and Sunday Vlrgle Payno I visited her cousin Miss Mattie Mc GuIre of Berea last weekMr Jno Rogers of Georgetown is visiting his half brother Mr Hiram Thatcher of this placeMr and Mrs Henry Ab ney expect to start for Blanche coon Mr Stanley Payne has returned IWILIHE I to the wife ot Mr Albert Reynolds a fine boy March 11Mrs EUc Manas Is very lowMrs James Aldrich is visiting her sister Mrs A B Reynolds at Livingston Mr G C Hayes visited friends at this place last wooklIr weekIonJohnnlo Crawford visited her father and mother Mr and Mrs H Brana man Saturday and Sunday Mr Dud and Tom Mink are very ill with ty Alfredt ReynollbIsnOOK ORU Rockford March 11bass Retta McCollum and Mr L P Martin wore i married Friday the Rev J W Lam bert offlcated They expect to make their home In Knox County J W nryBowmanWaddlo are visiting relatives near this place They lived at Richmond and news retched them yesterday that their house and all they had was I burnedICharles Bowman Mr and Mrs Hor- vey Bowman and Mrs Rhet Hlatt spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J H Bowman Silas Dalley and tam I lly of Mt Vernon have moved to- ConvllyEld J N Culton of Rich I mond preached hero Sunday night There will be preaching hero again tho first Sunday night in April Mrs Nancy Dalton and son Bob cf Welchburg are visiting her daughter Mrs Alice BowmanMr and Mrs Harden Sparkman are well satisfied with their new homo which they purchased from I A Bowman Mr and Mrs Arthur Dalley have moved purIcbasedW Todd of Rockford for 135Mr I V A Bowman and wife are vUlting their son S F Bowman at Mount VernonR P Gabbard has return ed from the burial ot his father on Sexton CreekMr H H Datloy has completed his new barn which Is a good oneMrs Sophia Dalley who has been sick is able to bo out again Mr Troy Dalley Is about done turn ing for cornMls Wm Hays is very sick BOONE Boone March HThere Was meet In at Fairview church Saturday and Sunday Services by the Rev C C Wilson Mr Leo Wren recently moV- ed to tho property belonging to Mr Goo WrenMr Geo Lamb was visit ing relatives in Madison County Sat urday and Sunday Mr and MrsT F Chasteen visited relatives at Wll dla SundayMr and Mrs B Chas teen were the guests of tho family ot Mr J Levett on SundayThos Kidwoll was in this vicinity Sunday- A D Levett returned to Richmond Sunday after a pleasant visit with homo folks at this place Miss Jennie Chasteen was the guest of Miss Rena and Mary Smith on Sunday Miss Pearl Linville of Rockford was In our midst on Sunday lastMr James Lambert is expected home soonMr Sam Lambert railroad foreman at Richmond was here over Sun dayMr Wm Gadd returned homo last Friday Mr John Wren made a business trip to Berea one day last week MADISON COUNTY SILVER CHKKK Silver Crock March I5We aro having a good deal of sickness at this place Died March 7 tho little five months Infant ot Mr and Mrs Willie Huff We extend our sympathy to tho Bereaved parents Died Mar 13th the little nine months old child of Rev and Mrs C Nash Wo ex tend our sympathy to the bereaved parents and the rest oC the family who are yet sick with the measles The Rev Ed Honeycut and wife and baby are very sick with measles Mr and Mrs Ray Huff of Kerby Knob are visiting relatives at this place IIIG HILL Big Hill March 12 Editor of The Citizen Dear SlrTo my many friends and relatives who read The Citizen 1 would like to say a few words thru your valuable paper In regard to my hooUL I was sick for about six weeks and came near death This was spoken of in The Citizen and I just want to sa that now I am well and going about my business as usual I also want to thank my good neighbors and doctors for their good attention to me during my Illness A few news Items Undo Joseph Reece Is very poorly with lagrippe Doctor Settle is suffering with a severe in his headMost every farmer In this country is preparing to raise a crop of tobaccoS C Carrier Is building tho largest tobacco barn In this end of the countyMrs- E E Brockman has been visiting her parents the last few days Our clover Little Jim Coylo Is clerking in Berea M D Settle Big lull March HTho Rev J W Parsons filled his regular appoint ment Saturday and Sunday at Pilot Knob churchSunday school at Pilot school house Sunday evening at 2 oclock Preaching every Sunday night by n L Ambrose and others at Pilot school house Miss Martha Powell and hor brother Charley of Kingston spent Saurday and Sunday with their brother Lawrence at this placeMr Joseph Reoce Sr of this place is very sick Fanners havo begun to turn the soil and prepare for faiming Mrs Olllo TenIll who has been sick so long passed away the 9th of March and was laid to rest In tho Johnson graveyard Sho llvedi a Christian life was a member of the Glade church She had been sick since tho 15th of last August She bore her suffering with patience un til the end Sho was formerly known as Della Johnson She had been mar nod about five years She leaves a husband and two children and a host of friends to mourn her loss which she asked to meet her In heaven Sleep on sweet Della and take thy rest God called thee home Ho thought it best Mr James Coylo who has boon clerk for J W Richardson at tills placo so long Is clerking In Borea J W Richardson of this place is yet very poorlyJ W Richardsons mother Is very 111 and has been for some tlmeJ H Settle and wife from Koi by Knob spent Saturday and Sun day J SettlefHayes Sunday GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick March 13Mr G B Gabbard was the guest of his son Reuben Gabbard of Big Hill lost Saturday nIghtTho Rev Mr Tusseyj filled his regular appointment at Wallaces chapel last Sunday March saleIwell Corn sold from 365 to 380 pet barrel1 Earnest Gabbard was the guest ot G B Gabbards family last Saturday night Hogs are 9 per hundred when there are any for sale at allMrs O L Gabbard and baby Ted visited her father and mother Mr and Mrs C C Blanton of Berea last Saturday night Mr Jno Gab bard and two sons Wiley and Wosley of Jackson County were the guests of G B Gabbard last Wednesday night OWSLEY COUNT j ItlCETOWIi Rlcetown March 12 James R Gab bard loft March 2nd for Hamilton 0 to visit hIs brother Meredith who lives there Mrs Fannie Johnson wife of Pearl Johnson died March 9th She leaves a husband and eight chil drenMrs Maggie Wilson wife of Philip Wilson Jr Is very low with pneumonia fever Sho Is not expected to llveBorn to the wife of Mr Bill Wilson of Cow Creek a tine boy The now gasoline mill ot tills place Is progressing nicely Mrs Lucy Cal lahan wife ot Lee Callahan is low with pneumonia Misses McGafflck and Brownleo of Cow Creek visited Mr and Mrs C B Gabbard Sunday Miss Lucy Gabbard who Is attending school at Cow Creek visited home folks the last of this week- TltAYKLLKnS HKST Travelers Rest March llA good many farmers have been sowing oats potaI I as the weather has been fine for a few daysS A Caudell went to Boonevlllo last Saturday on business Mr J II Deeds and wife Mrs Ju Bother atlas Marvllla Price and Miss Grade Botner wore tho guests of Mrs S A Caudell last Sunday Mr W P Minter and 11 F Botner moved from this place last week Tho former went to West Virginia and the latter to Hamilton Ohio Many people In this section have lagrippe and bad coldsS A Caudell Jas McQueen Bob Campbell Eugene Gar rett and Jessie Moyres are the lucky ones out of 17 applicants who passed the census examination ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST IIRANCII Locust Branch March 14MiM Al ice Rovis was taken suddenly 111 yes terday with a hard chlllMr Robert Kelly who has been III with lagrippe is slowly improving D W Gentry is still In bedDr Harrison is rid ing continually as there is qulto a lot of sickness In the neighborhood Tho warm weather wo had the first of March brought the snakes In early Mr F D Campbell on March GUi killed a rattle snake with nine rat ties and a buttonAlva Baker and Hiram of Big Hill wore welcome guests at H G Blcknclls Sunday Mr Jake Herndon of Madison County was In this vicinity last week trad legU S Marshals made a raid oy parties near Combs last week and re cognized several to appear before Circuit Court at Richmond Those par tire aro supposed to bo retailing whisky Mr U S Coylo of this placo Is erecting a large store houso and will sell goods cheap ho saMrI- I G Blcknell bought of Lexington Dry Goods Co a nIce line and a bill of shoes from a Knoxville house and Invites the public to call on him for bargains AGENT IN CLAY AND LESLIE Taylor Muncy the well known and popular agnt ot The Citizen Is now i working In Leslie and Clay Counties and meeting a very cordial reception from all the good people there Ho will be at Goose Rock Manchester Hooker and Pigeon Roost between March 21 and 25 and at Asher War Branch Whlto Sandy Fork Skldmore Knuckles Bare Crook and Brlghtshadq between tho 2Gt1 and April 2nd Ho will bo glad to seo at those places all who wish to subscribe for The Citizen and particularly air who are now taking the paper but have not anyItho paper regularly or any other trouble ho will bo glad to hoar from them CLAY COUNTY SrillVO CKKKIC Spring Creek March HDonI to girlIday of this month at her homo near InIas a Garrod Sho leaves many friends and relatives to mourn her lossMuss Dora Sizemore is very 111 with con I1veItending school at Oncdla returned home on account of the smallpox A IOIIll Alger March 8Many people are gardening these pleasant days Mr Nathan Cope moved to Indian Creek last Sundayoscar Woods and family left here the other day for Goose Greek whore ho expects to make his future home Ranco Woods and Wm Campbell have finished hauling their less and havo begun ratting them Ellhu Singleton had a working last week and got a fine days work done Absolutely pW Rmymi- Bmkbtff Powder IkYywovsstbsflavoraidadds J tt hmmlthfulnmes ofthe food ROYALBAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure 1lorso Combs had a house raising last Saturday and had a flno dinner Mrs Martha Bowman Andy Edw ClayIdayMrs was guest ot S E Baker last Sunday Mrs E V Napier and daughter visit ed Mrs Fannie Kollcy Sunday Mr Caleb Powers spoke at tho Road Run school houso last Friday making a tine speech to a largo crowd Fus Campbell passed thru here today on hU way to Onedla E V Naplor is doing hustling work In the picture business Ad Sandlln finished haul- Ing ties todayJohn Allens wife II 111 with consumption Abner flak EIDakerVINK I I Vine March 10Tho fine weather Is stirring up the formers M L Ferguson Is out again after a long Illness James Williams la very 111 at present with lagrippe Mr and Mrs John Whlttimoro have como bactt to Clay County from Tennessee and are preparing to movo to MauldcnI Mr Will Browning Is very 111 with cancer on his nose Miss Llzzlo Fer guson is staying with her brother this week of Maulden Mra Dan Parker and daughter of Big Sexton took dinner with Mrs M L Ferguson on the thirdMr and Mm Faith Tiles of Barbourvillo are visiting Mrs Tiles parents at thla place Mrs Jim j Drays They brought lots of music with them A graphophone guitar banjo and a flddlo Mr D F Downey lost three tine young owes lately Henry Fields lost a fine young filly tho other day the cause we havo not heard Misses Julia Ferguson and 0111e Whlttimoro spent Wednesday evening with Mrs Jim preys and reported tho music fine Tho Rev Pat Riley Is holding a protracted meeting at Mt Olive tills week Mr Jim Chestnut is very low with something like dropsy and not ex pected to live longJohn Wildero family has boon on the sick list for the past wookC C Clark says if you want nice cheap goods come to his store at Vine Lexington Neb Lexington Neb March IWo are luvlng fine werXJo now but have had the worst winter In several years Wheat is greatly damaged but how much Is not fully known yet Tho grass has started up and hay has taken a tumble from 2 to 3 on the tonCorn is worth CO cents a bushel Hogs 975 a hundred In LexingtonThe Methodist meeting at New Hope was well attended and several have revolved to try to told a Christian lIfeThe Literary Soc iety at Joshua is growing rapidly each week Thu subject for debate for next Friday night Is Which is the most pleasure single or married lifeWishing the readers of tho i Citizens UCC0S8IINTERSETING COMMUNICATIONSDelaware March 4 1910 Dear EdltorII havo been a subscrllbor to tho Citizen for four years I will ask you to publish a letter for me Dear Friends I will write a lino to you I am a native of Kentucky but I have not been much In my homo State In thoIlast 4 years I am in Delaware Wo are having nlco weather hone at this writing and a good prospect for a good peach crop as you all know that Delaware is noted for its pcachosII would thank some reader from Orpha Ky If they will write up the news from Orpha as there dont seem to bo any correspondent from that place Tho fishing at this place Is 1o0d- now as tho herring Is running and duck shooting en tho Delaware rlvor Is good You can see hunters with loads of ducks most every day This Is also a good placo for sturgeon Sturgeon is tho name cfa fish we havo here tho season will be open tho first of May You can see fisher a men with one fish that will weigh 150 to 200 pounds Some of thorn are worth 200 on tho market Well I will say good bye to you all I hope to sec some news from Orpha In the next edition Kentuckian Middletown Ohio March 4 1910 Dear editor and readers of The Citizen I will drop you a few lines Thla Is ono of the most thriving towns In the state of Ohio The recent panic did not have any effect on Middle l town where other places had eo many Idle people with no work and none to priceI every year mill is tho main plant They manufacture sheet trop and galvanized Iron roofing also galvanized tower pipe and sheet bars And a sight to tee U to look at tho old scrap Iron they have piled up In their yards Thousands and thousands ot tons of scraps from nails to thrashing machines We have 5 or C largo paper mills which gjvcs a great many employment Will say If any ono wants work this year and ron como hero they certain ly can get It as there is another largo plant ot the American Rollins mill going up and men aro ecaroo hero at proccnt Thanking tho editor for his kindness In forwarding my paper to Mlddlotown I will close with best wishes and kind regards to all 1 remain as evertJas Click 212 East Third Street I KENTUCKY AND HER WOMEN Whats the matter with Kentucky Why does she lag behind In all the ways of progress- Known to tho bettor kind T Her pasts a blaze of glory A picture In a book Of heroes and statesmen Her present needs the hook Her mountains moot tho sunrise Her lands are known to fame Her pastures are a wonder Iller prisons are a shame Hor writers and her artists Stand In the worlds whlto light And thousands of her people Can neither read nor Write Her women and her horses And whiskey take tho lead But in most other matters There BOom to be a need Her women ah now listen Her women if they would Could grasp the situation And certainly make good nut will her women do It7 have they tho spirit trueIto take hold and accomplish What man has failed to doT Say women of Kentucky Of old you showed tho way And there U no loss reasoniTo do tho samotoday W J Lampton IIUPERIENCE TRADE MARKSII A nenrtlng M kclrh mid AncMMlnn nrq- nlcklf iurcritlii our OMiiMt fruo W ether an wnM tnmmunlenl- lnnsatrlctllrocadenlhdIIA1IOIiOO on InIrU ill free Ideeta acVU1IIgslam Ialetiti taken throuili Jl I k W rocelf- d tl4lf1cIt without clurae iiitha I Scientific RIn Ifcall nundiomelr Innatretnd wi klr Ijirrtft elr emotion vlmontLIL suli4dewadcalera Mfnllr 3616rosdwer New York nnoc Ulace45581WaeblogtonAQ- YOU CAN CURE THAT BACKACHE headxheandguuetullanguor LI4JlcondtUrlll1lr1tire I weak and without tiocd a few- docaofthisIeuantherb cnengydt 1 lnr It has no equal Slather Jrayn AltslrtlLullnf tII tnil by Urnzcliti or tent by rail far vttasample tent Y1ttar Addle The ilutW ay Co Roy N Y 1I I I Ir t1