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IJHESIJENTS I3EREA X BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOItrOHATKU J STANLEY FROST Manager Bnttredat CAt Fottoflct at Jlerea Ky ai second I dais I114llmolIcr I Vol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY APRIL 21 1910 One pollar year No NEWS OF THE WEEK Roosevelt Taking High Honors Every where Miner flow Up Self and FamilyIrish Party Ruling England Philadelphia Strikes Wave Does Immense Damage HONORS TO TIDDYExIrCtl dent Roosevelt continues Ills Journey thru Europe receiving hon or at every turn Ho has Ixjon receive I I liy the aged Emperor of Austria with honors such as havo never before been allowed to any one not a reign lug soverlgn of Europe and his trip that Hungary has been a triumphal SPLIT IN TENNESSEEA great political turmoil has boon occadonedIIn Tennessee by tho tion In Col Cooper for the murder of Senator Carmack after tho Supreme Court of tho state affirmed tho verdict Party fooling tuna high and tho action Is likely to result in serious to tho whiskey ring In whoso interests It was com Michigan supposed to have been In wane put dynamite under tho beds In which ho and the other members cf his family slept All tho family were blown to atoms except a llttlo girl e whoo escape was arrest QUIT IN PHILA DELPHIA Tho Philadelphia car men strike Is over tho company having woo at every point This la tho strike whore the strikers lost public sympathy by trying to make the city suffer In ovary way possible In order to bring pressure on tho car companiestTWAIN Twain whose humor has been the delight cf two generations or Americans Id seriously 111 As ho la getting well on In his years each Ill cess Is a cause for alarm to tho nation I IRISH RULE Tho result of tho proceedings In the British parllment prove that the Irish who have boon more or less oppressed oy England for years and who hate that country heartily are now ruling It Neither of the home parties In tho House of Commons Is strong enough to rule alone and tho Irish are fore ing the Liberals to carry out tho poll clan they dictate Thoy have put thru a resolution declaring that tho House of Lords should have no power to reject jegtslllo lon passed by the House so in his Job that the Tammany DomoI crats are wanting to get him that place So they want to run him for governor It Is an old trick 1 CONFESSES KILLING WIFEA 1Iman walked Into a police station in the other day and asked to be put on trial for the murderi of his wife Ho confessed that ho had pushed her Into tho water at Niagara Falls four years ago during a fit j3l anger Ina quarrel The coroners iI Jury had called tho case suicide when t tho body wan found The murderer iCnnliMici on Fmmli r + rII t I LIIIJIiIJIi 44 T Irr I CE KY THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests Jnthe Mountain People East vs WestTheres no difference in Mens styles East West North or South A in climate may call for different in garments but thats a- llFriend are in just as good taste on the streets of New York Frisco Seattle or New Orleans as they are right here They f are made in the center of the United States and are worn in every state in the Union by men who appreciate good clothes fRRTHE CLOTHIERy EndsCold remarkable processionI pardoning consequences mittedI miraculous STRIKERS ILLMurk succeeding ENGLAND JIl difference weights MadeClothes WASHINGTON LETTER I Fighting Spirit Loose Again Canno I Likely to Be First Victim but All Hostilities are Put Off Pending I Pasting of Presidents Bills Aid rich Crowd on the Run- Washington D C April 16 10 Last week wo recorded Pros Tufts appeal for peace and brotherly lovo In the Republican party This week wo have to record tho sad fact that there Is neither ponce nor brotherly lovo In the Republican party Also- there Is no sign of any in sigh- tInot oven a cloud as big aa a mans It looks like war to tho knlte whatever that may mean from now till one faction or the other is de wary burled Each side Is willing to i bet that It will be the residuary Ie gatco As a matter of fact the Regu j lara have always won up to date but- tho Insurgents are surging worse than over before But Just pin this on your lapel the fight Is INSIDE tho partyIso in his speech a week ago The trouble Is that Mr Wlckorsham In a speech at the same time talked about treason and BO forth As this Is Mr Wlckerhams first year of active service for tho party and some of tho men ho was trying to read out of It havoj been In harness over since ho was a boy doingIthere Is a little feeling of peevish ness at Mr Tafts letting his young man got so sassy Also people want to know why Taft said ono thing and his hired man another Also the Insurgents are far from agreeing with tutu sentiments expressed by said Wlckcrsham Tho WIckersham speech has done all the harm that can bo done at this time There Is no more talk of peace no more hope of peace The Insur gents are thoroly stirred up and will on their fighting clothes as eoon has they see a good chance to fight the meanwhile they have promised not to start anything while thqro Is a chance for Mr Taft to got his pot bills put thru and they are keeping that promise When those bills go thru or when tho canoe to pass thorn disappears the fun will begin and It will last all summer Tho rivet round will be tho depos ing of Cannon This will not bo done because of any principle or to save the country Cannon Is powerless now or nearly so The will bo a personal reply to tho savage things tho Speaker has been saying about the Insurgents Ho has dared them to put him out TheN are tied by their promises to Tafl just now as Cannon knows very wellbut when their promises run out Cannon will be the first ono to stop a chunk of trouble Probably there will bo no ono eleoled In his place The Insur gents and Democrats will not agree on his successor and tho Standpats cannot elect any one So Congress may bo without a Speaker when it adjourns It that happens Cannon will havo the remarkable honor of Continued on Tart PurO DO YOU MEAN IT Altho men have lived on this old world for several thousand years they are still learning new facts about themselves every little while And just recently has come a startling demonstration of a new fact or at least of a fact which has never been fully understood by most of us In the little city of Cambridge Mass lives an eleven year old boy who knows more about tho great science of mathematics than most of the leading professors of the country He speaks several lan guages and is in every way better educated than a college graduate This has been proved in many ways And tho reason is that his psychologist studies led him to believe that none of us works his brain as hard as he ought to The man believed that he could make a boy use the whole strength of his brain and so when a son was born to him he set to work on this new method And this is the result that while the boy is no smarter than the rest of us he has learned more in eleven years than most men do in thirty He has used his whole strength that is all All of us are constantly failing to do things which we really wish to accomplish We say our strength was too small or that we didnt know enough or something there is always a good excuse handy The real reason we fail is because we do not use our whole strength And when once in a while some man conies along who does actually mako the most of himself that man taker a command ing position Pres Roosevelt himself says that he is no wiser or smarter than the ordinary man but that he is able to use his whole strength Think of that he believes that it is possible for almost any man any of us to be as great as he is if we only used what strength the Lord has given us Ho believes that almost every man in the world is burying most of the talents he was born with One of the reasons that we dont really use our strength in many causes is that we dont really expect to win There was 3 fel low once who was bragging to his friends that he had quit smoking for goodhe would never smoke again he said Some fellow happened to notice n box of cigars on the mans desk and asked why if he was never going to smoke again ho didnt give those cigars away or throw them away Not on your life said the quitter I threw away a box of cigars the last time I quit smoking and it taught roe a lesson That man didnt expect to win and of course he failed And it is so with all of us in manyof the things that we set out to do If we forgot the chance of failure end put all our strength into the thing we were going at there would not be a quarter as many failures as there are If we did that instead of spending all our how we are going to get enough money for our next new suit of clothes we would be running the worlds business It is the men who do burn their bridges behind them and set to work with all their might and without any idea but to win that do rule tho worldWouldnt you like to be in that class 1 Its up to you BIRTHDAY ADDRESS Of DR1D1 K1PEARSONS BEREA COLLEGE APRIL 14 1010 I had long looked forward to the spending of this my ninetieth birthday at IJcrca College There is no place where I would rather spend the day than at Berea But the words which I would speak if I were with you Iam very happy to send and have them read to you In some respects this is to be the most important ad dress of my life I have been a long time approaching my ninetieth birthday no less than ninety years and it will be ten years more before Iam a hundred if I should live that long I am anxious to say to the young people of IJcrca and of the other schools in which I am interested some of the things which I have been learning during this long periodA of ninety has some right to talk about himself The first twentyone years of my life stand apart from those that follow and so do the last twentyone The first twentyone years remind me to say to you to improve all your opportunities and prepare for life in the largest way possible And the last twentyone years of my life thus far arc to me a period of special interest It is just twentyone years since I retired from business and devoted myself to the sole business of giving money away A few days ago a man called on me and said If you had kept your money during these last wonderful twentyone years had devoted yourself to making more and carefully to it do you know how many millions you would now have He had made an estimate and it was not very far from right and he thought I had made a great mistake that I did not hold on to my money and make more But he was very much mistaken I am a richer man for what I have given away I am a happier man for every wise gift When I die I shall not be rich in money I intend to give it all away But I am rich in the joy of doing good Mrs Pearsons and I had no children of our own but Providence gave us a large family of children in the Chris tian colleges of our country There arc fortyseven of them which I think of as my own and they are scattered in twenty four states They range from Montpielier Seminary in New England where I attended school as boy across the continent to Whitman Pomona and Pacific University They extend from Ashland near the Canadian border where Northland College opens its hospitable doors to hardy young men and women living among the pine stumps and making homes where the saw mills have come and gone to Winter Park in Florida They include my first gift to Beloit a score of years ago and others ending with my present pledge to Berea These arc my dear children My wife and I both loved them and watched their growth with joy and pride and we shared in our work for them so long as we were permitted to live together and the work which she and I began I am living to finish for these dear children I want to saya few words of special appreciation of one of these children Bcrca College Berea has cheaper board and cheaper tuition finer climate and pure water than any other college in this Continued on Fifth Page N I 1It I C tI 1 theIwith t 42IYour Business Policy The of any business depends on the business j policy of the men who have its management andI controlA to succeed and have the confidence of the public must spend less than it earns Any other I policy spells certain failure sooner or later I 1 I Thesame rule applies to the If you a have the determination to make success of life in I business trade a or farmingyou must first learn to live within your income 1 t A savings account with this bank is the best plan flit t Ian suggest for saving the difference between your earn ings and expenses a Berea Bank Trust 11wI 1 WELCH KILLED IN OWN STORE Prominent Merchant Shot to Death by SoninlawILatter Gives Himself Up and is Taken to RichmondMr Welchs Successful Career as a Business Man HeretiI All Berea was electrified Tuesday night by the news of tho killing of Samuel Welch Jr In his own drug store Mr Welchs wealth and prominence both In business and politics mode the event one of sensational Interest According to Pettus who is In charge of the drug store the killing was done by Grover Fish Mr Welchs sonInlaw Mr Pettus says that Mr Welch stepped Into the store and went to the cigar case where ho picked out a cigar as ho was reaching out to scratch a match Fish stepped Into the door and be gan shooting After craptlng his volver Mr Flab stepped out in the tlarkneen and disappeared Neighbors who had hoard the shots rushed up but Mr Welch died In two or three minutes and did not speak again It Js said that Mr Fish admits the shooting Other witnesses tell of seeing tqiand report that Fish had been curs Ing and threatening during the day Tho revolver with which tho killing vasdone was afterwards picked up and It believed that the weapon one which he took without permiss ion from a shelf In Otis LaoefleJds oro Grover Fish gavo himself up DR1PEARSONS 901 Celebration of His Birthday not Only Here but In Other Colleges Some Good Advice to Young Men Given By Aged Philanthropist Many People Want His Money Tho celebration of tho ninetieth birthday of Dr K Pearsons on last Thursday was unusually widespread Many colleges all over the country joined Berea which was to have had the best celebration of the lot because of the presence of Dr Pearsons himself was forced to con tent herself without him but receiv ed Instead a splendid letter from him So that even In spite of his Illness Bcrca was favored above the other colleges to which he has given The celebration began at nine In tho morning with a band concert At 9MO tho exercIses In the Chapel began Regent Ellis presided and Introduced the speakers The most notable of the speeches was the reading of Dr Pearsons address by Uov Wm E Barton of Oak Park 111 This ad dress published In full In another column and we hope all will read It Before this were addresses as follows Berea tor Kentucky by Miss May Harrison Bcrca for Appalachia by Norbert hoary Berea tor the Nation by Ralph Patln and Berea tor the World by Miss Lillian Chrlsman On Dr Pearson birthday there were published In many newspapers an Interview with him in which he told young men what to do to attain hla ago and achieve success In life Here the advice Keep tho ten Go to bed early and sleep eight hours Dont worry t w aiMtLtAWt t r Knowledge Is powerand III way to keep up modern knowledge Is to read a good I newspaper 1 KENTUCKY a dePosition reinvesting a C success individual a a profession F Co k J 1 E L A C re la Is e D Is is commandments c I nandputy W A Johnson on the morning r train i At an Inquest held by Coroner Sam uels on Wednesday afternoon a ver f diet was returned that Mr Welch met his death from gun shot wounds In flicted by Grover C Fish I As we go to press arrangements t for the funeral are still indefinite t I awaiting the arrival of Mr Welchs tI children but It Is expected that sfrI vices will be hold Friday afternoon j tSamuel E Welch Jr came to Be rca from Jackson County about 1S90 He was a native of Virginia about fortyseven years old His genius tit for business was remarkable and easily mado for him a commanding pear ton in Borea affairs He was the r first to introduce the cash system here and this not only proved a bless ing to the town but produced a fortune for him At the time of his doa h ho was worth his friends be I hove 76000 or over Besides his prosperous store he had tho larfet I single Interest In the Berets National Bank and owned considerable eat estate Ho leaves a wife and three children Dooley wife of Grover Fhh Jchn a student In tho Yale Law I School and Hilda a student in a private school In Washington D C Eat moderately of wholesome fod Avoid Illtemper and all extremes of exaction Honesty chastity sobriety theie are the essentials of a successful career v Soma epigrammatic s aemeas made by Dr Pearsons were Coffins were not made to carry money In I never went to but one horse race I and I am ashamed when I think of that one hen people call me a stingy old Puritan I take my hat off to them and consider that I have keen compli mentedAt times be your own executor A German newspaper recently pub- lIshed a history of Dr Pearson lire and closed by stating that the weal thy American would dispose of his entire fortune In phllanthrophy before his ninetieth birthday As a result Dr Pearoons has been receiving more than 6000 loiters a week One let er from a German burgomedster with a family of 12 asked for a dot of Jo 000 tor each of his six daughters Jupiter Eighth Moon The eighth satellite of Jupiter ills covered at the Greenwich observatory In January of last year proves remarkable not only for being so far from the planet but also for Its very eccentric orbit Its distance from Ju piter varying from about 10000000 to 20000000 miles It revolves around the planet In about 26 of our months Gotham Displays Its Riches Nowhere In the world are the out ward visible evidences of wealth iiore Impressive than in New York The estimated value of the real estato in Gotham is about two and a quarter times greater than all the mossy tu circulation In the United States r j t=C L IS FC 24 DY17q kfJGO C iOCOPYRIGHT 906 THe 08G ME RGG COMAMv SYNOPSIS Frederick Hardy n fashionable Boston TRoelety man lost his wraith was lilted by a rl and sent by n friend to take CompafKstoreJapan he met Staplcton Neville sup poaedlr an Englishman They agreed to- fa together to Russia Because ot sus picious circumstance they were several times molested by the Japanese Hardy was arrested and found upon his person were papers showing maps of Jap forts Hardy was proven guiltless On a train he met Alsome 8ano daughter of a Jap merchant In Nevilles shoes Jap found picture of forts him to ho a Russian spy lardy departed HUll sea on a IIleamer which was wrecked shortly afterward lie was rescued by a Russian On reaching Vladi vostok ho Woo well treated He started for Siberia meeting Princess Romanpvna on the train Nerdy boarded a Amur Hardy showed the princess his xperlneM as a rifle shot The steamer ur stranded The princess and her Vuold were attacked by Chinese Hardy wived their lives The thanked hardy for his heroism Manchurians tired upon the craft Hardy slew their I chief Burning arrows were hurled upon tin ruibkina decks An attempt was made to board the vessel The attacking Chinese were repulsed Romanoff sneered Jtt Hardys solicitude for the princess dtanka a messenger sent for help was nailed to a cross on the shore To put an put Stanka out of torturemseryy himself his own life In his hands Forest fires men recd the vessel Hardy volunteered to he swimjumpedwith the princes dllllrelS message was angry at Hardy for his brave torts to rescue the princes Hj wooed her In his own savage way said Hardy had made love openly to a Jap nese girl Help came and princess oils rescued on a raft Arriving at his destination he took charge of tho trading companys bust itlelIlI Hardy received a letter from a so and another fromleader In Boston i Alsome Hardy took lessons In Russian of a Jew thus connecting himself in away t with that race Hardy received n letter from the princess thanking him for his bravery Ilardye teacher was In 11danger of death He employed Yang aa Hardy went to Moscow where lie was Invited to call upon the princess He started for the palace home of Prln tees Romanovna Hardy aroused unac countable jealousy of his Korean boy by Announcing that he was going to call on J tho princess He engaged a cabman who drove him to a large house on a poorly T lighted street After entering the house Hardy discovered that It was a resort of 1 nihilists who supposed he was Felix Hu lln come to of a powerful ex ptoalvo he had discovered Tho real r salved and denounced Hardy as an Im postor The nihilists determined to kill lardy In order to protect themselvesI Itndlng an unloaded revolver In his over Oat pocket he pointed It at Hullns bomb which lay on the table and swore to blow them all up together if they touched him Holding the nihilists at buy lardy started to leave the room when the police were heard at the outer door liuan his bomb killing several policemen the nihilists tied and Ba such thv Jew suddenly appeared and led Hardy to the cellar Baruch Hardy through an underground pacsage te another bouse from which he emerged and returned to his hotel Hardy visited the princess contributed to the fund for tho of the Romanoffgave+ nihilists He more than lied The latter entering the room openly Insulted him Romanoff struck challenged him to a duel Jlardhwho accepted Preparations for the duel were made Tho princess naked Hardy to spare Romanoffs life Hardy ixirposely missed Romanoff but was wounded Hardy was placed I In the hospital He sent his servant to I the duel scene for a cuff button of Ro niHnoHs which he purposely shot ort rather than violate the princess wish This he sent to her CHAPTER XXXVIII Murder and Mystery Hardy was able to leave the hospital t on February the first and return to his quarters at the hotel where he was I much more comfortable for tile hos pitals of Moscow are Inferior to those of other European cities of equal size He was pale and weak but his appe gainingIi off secondbest in tho duel to appearances yet his countenance had taken on a look not In any way char pictoristlc of the man who has been beaten or cowed by punishment There something new In his eyes and was an expression about his 1wa that suggested rather tho man has fought a mental fight and 1won In his conversations with Wang avoided all mention either of the princess or of her cousin His only desire was to close up tho business In I Moscow and get back to Stryctensk as noon ns possibleget back to the warehouses and tho great water high way that led eastward to the Pacific ocean to ttirit frontier of tho vast Russian empire that lies close to Ko- reaI and scowls across the Japan sea at Nippon and Its hive of angry buz zing bees In the preparations for de displayedcompetency a a revelation oven to Hardy He super- Intended the shipment to Stryetcnsk of large orders of goods ho made valuable suggestions he worked till all hours of tho night relieving his prin cipal of the labor of correspondence and bookkeeping In addition ho was A cheerful and even amusing com panion whose brain was fertile in delicate little attentions that made Hardys enforced detention in the hotel less Irksome Meantime letters from Emery and other advices were insistent to the effect that war was Inevitable On the morning of the 7th Wang came Into tho office and laid u paper down before Hardy pointing without a word to a doubleleaded article with scaro headlines 11 JAPAN ENRAGED HER MINISTER LRAVEH PETERS BURG The mikado la a fit of rage withdraws Count Kurlno from the Russian capital Peppery yellow people enable to conduct civilized diplomatic negotiations The czars calm and dignified couraa Hardy glanced through the article which set forth at length the Russian SOTCnunenti reasonable and righteous I course as alleged by the writer and the hotheaded childish and unwar rantable demands of the Islanders Well ho commented even this does not mean war Russia will slm ply wait she has always been wait Ing and the Japanese must strike the first blow If they want war Walt and see was Wangs only replyIt was only two days later that Hardy became aware that something extraordinary had happened Toward evening the city was seized with cx cltement Some great some terrible news was in tho air Men were talk Ing excitedly in the corridors of the tote groups were gathering in the streets hoarsely shouting Wang was out so Hardy rang for a bellboy and asked Jilm what was the matter Matter cried the boy the Japanese have captured Port Arthur They have murdered 100000 Chris tiaras They have sunk the wholo Russian fleet treacherously falsely In the night The czar will send a great army and kill every cursed Japanese on earth I am going Ivan Nekres sov is going wo are all going Curse theJapaneseMy exclaimed Hardy as the excited boy left slamming the door they are at It in earnest and the Japanese have struck hard This means war Indeed It the Russian navy has been destroyed it means along war Wang will be wild At this moment the Korean entered but to Hardys surprise he was not carried away by excitement There was a hectic spot on each yellow check and his eyes were burning but ho was selfcontained Well Wang said Hardy you wero right after all aud tho Japaneso have attacked I have heard some very wild rumors Have you learned anything definite Yes replied Wang what seem to be reliable reports have arrived Tho mikados fleet last night attacked the Russian ships at Port Arthur and sank the Czarevitch and the Retvlzan two ot tho heaviest battleships In the czars navy and the Pallada a cruiser Tho Russians arc very indignant naturally but they should save their feelings The Japanese have only be gunWithin two weeks after the break- Ing out of the war during which time many disastrous blows were struck at the naval prestige of Russia Hardy was ready for the long railway jour ney back to Stryctensk Wang secured a firstclass compartment for his master and secondclass accommodations for himself and the twq drove to the great terminal sta tlon which commodious building they found crowded with officers of every rank military officials and Red Cross nurses hastening to Vladivostok and tho front Among these Hardy noticed the gal lant towering form of lions Romanoff attired in officers cap and cloak The prince was surrounded by a group of officers with whom he was talking lie noticed Hardy and gave him a look of hate The American turned his eyes quickly away and busied himself with Identifying his baggage and get ting it aboard On the morning of the third day out from Moscow the prince was found murdered in his compartment Ho was lying peacefully sleeping In his berth the last long sleep with a slen der stllletto sticking In his heart CHAPTER XXXIX Wang as a Witness This tragic occurrence occasioned tremendous excitement on the train luxus which was stopped at the next station and surrounded by a band of Cossacks Hero It was kept for three days until a squad of police and do tectives could be hurried to the sceno from Moscow Numerous arrests were made and many of the passen gers wore questioned separately Wang was one of these examined Ho was taken Into a small bare room on the second floor of tho station where sat a shrewd old man at a pine table He was flanked by two younger officers while a stenographer stylo graphic pen in hand bent over a writing pad Your name is Wang said the of ficerIt Is- Wong what Just Wang What is your nationality- I am a Korean You are In tho employ of the al leged American Frederick Courtland Hardy I am in the employ of the Ameri can Frederick Courtland Hardy Be careful sir do not be insolent Do not attempt to amend the expres sions of the a note there witness very intelligent and Inclined to be InsolentGot It down Very well How do you know that ho is an AmericanBecause he says he is Oh ah very well Tell us what you know of the duel which was fought on January 8 between this al leged American Hardy and his high ness the Prince Boris Romanoff Speak the truth or it will be the worse for JfOUf i r I know nothing of the duel which your honor alluded to as having taken place replied Wang The boy showed not the slightest sign of fear Ills yellow face was flushed lie held his head high and looked the judge defiantly In the eyes You know nothing of It roared the latter Do not attempt to deceive tho court We know more than you think Did not this Hardy tell you that he had fought a duel with his highness He told mo also that he was an American replied Wang and since your honor intimates that his word Is unro liable Make another note witness Inso lontdid he or did ho not tell you that such a duel had been fought Ho did Ah ho did That he was seriously wounded in that duel as a result ot his highness superior coolness and mark manshlp wo know Wo also are acquainted with tho causes of said duel that his highness was obliged to chas Use this Hardy for presumption and insolence and that It was in accordance with the request of the princess his cousin that his highness shot him All this we know You must tell us what threats of vengeance the wounded man breathed out against the prince None at all your honorabsolutely- nono at nil replied Wang turning The Prince Surrounded Officers pale as he saw the drift of the ques tions None at all nut this is incredible We shall find means of making you speak the truth Repeat those throats to us and be careful that you conceal nothing Ho not only uttered no such threats said Wang but he even spared the worthless life of the prince when he might have shot him dead This he did out of regard for the princess as he Is a very knightly and per fect gentleman lie shot off offs cuff button which he sent to her as proof of his wonderful skill and of how he employed it on that oc casionA pretty story this I laughed the judge Do you not think so gentlemen Both gentlemen thought exactly as did their chief- I myself insisted Wang went to tho place of meeting at Mr Hardys request and picked up the cuff button which gave Into the hand of tho prin cess will I have no doubt corroborate my statement The Judge looked sharply at for several moments and the boy re turned the stare defiantly Lock the witness up again ho commanded and the order was obeyed Wang was kept in close confinement for four days at the end of which time ho was released arid informed that nothing further was required of Win the police who doubtless regarded him as an unsatisfactory wit ness Ho found himself standing alone on the platform of a small ralll r way station facing the desolate snow covered plains In the distance was aI miserable peasant village thatched roofs The train luxim the police all the passengers the mortal remains of tho murdered prince were gone The boy asked a stolidfaced Btationmaster what had become ot his employer and tho latter only shrugged his shoulders and turned awayWang entered the station sat down on a bench and thought for a long time Then ho came out on the platform and walked up and down for an hour for two hours after which he entered the and passed anoth er hour on the bench Though he had neaten since noon ho did not feel hungry Toward midnight a man entered the ticket office opened the window and lighted a lamp Wang stepped up to the window Do you expect a trainr he asked Yes in half an hour Going which To Moscow How much Is the farer The agent told him and the boy found that ho had enough money with lint to pay for n thirdclass ticket and leave a few roubles over sufficient to buy food Ho procured a ticket and when the train thundered up to the station ho boarded It and soon was speeding back to tho Muscovite capital Arriving there after two days I Was by a Group of Roman I who Wang by station wayr and three nights of agonizing suspense during which the ponderous train seemed to him to crawl like a giant caterpillar over the vast stretches of virgin white ho found himself again In the great station and hastened immediately to the Stovlansky Bazar The clerk recognized him and from the clerk Wang learned that his em ployer had been taken to St Peters burg and there lodged in prison charged with the murder of Boris Ro manoff The proof against him Is clear vouchsafed the selfimportant and voluble clerk and I am sorry for him though he deserves all he will get You will never seo him or hear from him again Ho Is no doubt at this moment rotting away In a foul damp dungeon beneath the river Neva feed- Ing on moldy bread and stinking wa ter and little of that Prisoners that run foul of the nobility in Russia have a way of disappearing and God knows what they suffer But I feel sorry for him I say for ho was a courteous gentleman and liberal with his tip It was now about ten oclock In the morning and Wang wont straight to tho palace of the Princess Romanovna Tho pompous butler Informed him thdt it would be impossible to see her highness but vouchsafed to take a noto to the princess whlchWrfng wrote In French much w flic butlers disgust Tba door Was shut In Wangs face but ho was not left standing in tho cold for more than 20 minutes At thA end of that time the butler threw wlic the door and announced 1- iJ r i seeIbegging scheme dont impose on her too much She has a very soft heart Wang disappeared within tho pal ace CHAPTER XL X Princess and a Woman The Princess Romanovna recurred Wang In n small library on the second floor She was walking to and fro with her hands clasped behind her back and her lovely brows knit In thought the while sho dictated let ters to her secretary Tbo boys keen glance detected that she was pale At ho entered and stood by the door silently waiting she turned to him eagerly and said Well What is this communica tion that you have to make to meT Do you bring me a Jctterr 1 must see you alone replied Wang There was something In his manner and expression that could not be denied Tho princess turned to ward her secretary saying You may leave the room until I ring for you Olga Hut surely protested Olgn your highness does not wish to be left alone with this stranger lct me stay 1 beg of you to protect you Romanovna smiled I fear you would bo of uniall protection In case of danger Beside glancing nt the boys slight form thin young man does not look llko a dangerous person Go I Insist The girl gathered up her papers and left the room at once Do you know where my master Is demanded Wang In perfect Rus sianYour master Yes or my employer If you will though I love to call him my master I mean the American Frederick Court land Hardy boyIho Is further than that ho Is In prison St Petersburg charged with n ter Iin crime on presumptive evidence strong that his conviction IB almost Was ho n kind master tot you asked tho princess Do you I loco him very much Why what is the matter I Wang turned an ashen color reeled knobIlittle falntncss tho heat of the room Mrjknownand tho bravest and lover gentleman that walks the II am glad to hear him so well of said tho princess Hur hands were still clasped behind her back as sho stood gazing fixedly at Wang My acquaintance with him would lead me to have the same opinion were it not for this terrible accu sation so strongly substantiated by evidenceShe talking with this wonderful boy as though he were an equal And do you believe this accusation you who love him Shame upon you Does not your heart tell you that he Is Innocent It was now tho Romanovnas turn to grow pale and stagger as though she had been struck a physical blow How dare you she cried you Insolent boy Did he tell you that I loved him 1 But no Ho Is a gentleman Ho could not do such a thing But something though It cannot be my heart tells mo that bo Is Inno centThen something tells you right said Wang quietly for he did not kill your worthless cousin I killed himYouyou killed him Her ox prtBslon as she said these words de noted perplexity quickly followed by pity You poor boy alto cried your sufferings have affected your mind Those little hands have never committed murderand such a terrible murder Listen said Yang and you will understand and believe The Prlnco Romanoff hated my master from tho beginning of his acquaintance with him because he could not make him his tool In Japan whero tho prince came as a spy he attempted to throw suspicion on Mr Hardy but did not succeed In getting him Into any seri ous trouble His hatred was Increased on tho Amur because it was my mas ter who saved your life and not ho Tho affair of the duel In which the American figured as the real hero by sparing his life at your request changed his animosity Into a resent ment which Mr Hardys death alone could have satisfied I overheard tho prlnco talking In the station at Moscow with two of his associates lie mentioned tho name of Hardy with murderous hate and I slftidofrett them for two days I learned that the prince was plannlag to kill my master They were going to havo the coach in which lie was traveling blown up with dynamite and tho rumor spread that a mistake had been made as has happened before and that tho exploiloa had been In tended for the car containing Roman off nnd some of the nobles lover heard tho words This Jew must dleP and I know that If a noble like Ro manoff had determined on the death of n man without powerful friends 1m would accomplish his end I could not expose thorn for how could the word of n boy like me n despised Korean stand against that of tho Prince Romanoff So to save the life of my master I killed Romanoff I crept Into his compartment at night when ho was sloping In n drunken stupor and thrust n stiletto Into his heart He sighed a long sll1I shuddered nod kept on sleeping Who ore your asked the princess you who for love have dono this dreadful deed of hater I am Alsomo Mosuro known In my own country as Alsome the lox I nm supposed to bo cunning brave heart AIlofts and patriotic to the last drop of blood In my body I am In the secret servile of my country and have been one of Its most trusted agents I speak many of the languages of Eu rope and all tho dialects of China And yet I am a woman Just n an who at tho chrlsmal touch womlmans lips find my whole changed and am ready to give up all resall I am ashamed of myself sobbed tho girl pressing a handkerchief to her eyes but I cannot help It I am even now asking you to save me It you can for his sake I can never see him again Ho will know now that I am not Wang tho Korean boy and besides my hands are stained with blood But ho would be dis tracted If ho know that I worn In the hands of the Russian authorities hn would be unhappy all his life If they were to kill me For be loved Wang though ho has forgotten poor Aluome I am asking you to save mo for his sake and let mo go away to my own country You do not despise me do you and you do not fear me I neither fear nor despiso you reviled tho princess sorrowfully though I shrink with horror from your dreadful deed You are a wom an and a sister and I will save you If I can for I believe you Alas I know too well my cousins revengful and violent nature Listen I shall see tho czar and use my womans wits to clear Mr lardy without giving the name of tho actual perpetrator I am going to Port Arthur to take charge of a hospital there for our sick and wounded heroes You must remain hero In my house till I return from St Petersburg and then go with mo to the sea coast whence 1 will send you across to Japan I believe that Mr lardy would wish this nnd there is nothing I would not do for his sake within honor But If I find that It U necessary In order to save his life to toll my name Then toll It and I shall bo hero to eay tbat you speak the truth CHAPTER XLI Imperial Favor Tho Princess Roinannvna was re ceived by his imperial majesty In a small room of tho Winter palace a room which equipped with graceful and dainty furniture of tho sixteenth century was a cheerful symphony In a delicate shade of blue The fact that she was a favorite nt court together with her high connections and her noble descent through which she even claimed distant relationship with the Imperial family Itself rendered It comparatively easy for her to obtain a private and informal Interview His majesty was standing when Ro manovna entered looking out of the window on the semicircle where I stands the huge monolith In honor of Alexander I lie turned as her name was announced and smiled She noticed that ho was pale and careworn and that his expression even as ho smiled was very sad Her heart went out to him In mingled affection and reverence She bowed low with exquisite grace aa his oyca fell on her then advanced to where he stood and kneeling kissed his hand He assist ed her to arise and still holding her hand led her to a sofa Sit my daughter he said and speak freely There is none of our subjects to whom we will give a moro indulgent car than to youand he dropped wearily on tho divan Sit he repeated as she remained respect fully standing it In our command She sat down on the divan at some distance from him and turned her eyes on him waiting for him to speak You have our permission to pro ceed ho said I come sire she began to speak to you of my cousins Boris Roman offs death and to tell you something of tho man who is accused of his mur derthe American Frederick Court land Hardy You have our deepest sympathy In this matter my daughter said his majesty I understand from the min- Ister of justice that you loved your cousinthat you were engaged ta him Tbo princess remained eljsot TO BJB CONCLi j I 1 t ROUND ABOUT THE STATE JISections WITH ANOTHER WOMAN Aged Wife Alleges Youthful Husband Has Affinity Louisville KyMrs E M Mason SmlthDaumgdVdner whoso wealth is estimated at 1000000 and who on Juno 17 1909 married Ulysses Gar land Baumgardncr assistant manager t of a dairy lunch filed suit for abso lute divorce alleging that her husband had been living with another woman and has treated her cruelly Mrs Uaumgardncrs ago is 83 years while her husband is below 40 After ordering her husband from her homo Mrs Oaumgardnor surrounded her Rolf with special detectives to prevent tho defendants return homo Mrs Ilnumgardner set a trap for her hus band Sho engaged special detectives to watch his movements and tho de tectives allege they surprised him at n time plnco and under conditions which left no doubt In the wifes mind that ho was faultless to her Mr and Mrs Daumgnrdner returned from the south five weeks ago and Lava been living In tho fashionable district Mrs t cams to Ioulsvlllc Mrs Marshall Maxon insurance man On his K W Smith who first husband in the 1 Mr Smith died ago leaving his wife a 1000000 BLOOD DISEASE I- iBaumgardner Contracted In Spanish War Results In Death of Noted Kentuckian e Louisville KyCOl Morris II Holknap onco Republican candidate for governor of Kentucky and ono of tho most prominent business men of the state is dead aged C3 Physicians boll eo that Col Itclknap contracted the blood disease of which ho died while serving as lieutenant colonel of tho First Kentucky regiment in Porto Rico during tho Spansh American war Lexington IyTho active cam paign for pooling the 1910 white but Icy tobacco crop of Kentucky Ohio West Virginia and Indiana was begun hero by the district board of the Burley Tobacco society Two thou sand acres were pledged to the organ Izatlon and pledges covering the remaining acreage will be at once of feted In tho CO odd counties In which tho society operated Boards of eon trol In all counties will be notified to start tholr local campaigns before April 25 and to employ solicitors to nub tho work Officials of tho society assert that tho pooled crop this year will exceed that of 1909 when 1GO 000000 pounds were pooled Louisville KyCupt F A Uldley of Cincinnati manager of tho Louis ville 1k Cincinnati 1acket Co put chased at receivers sale tho property of tho Louisville tk Evansvllle Packet Co for 18700 Tho deal was closed for Capt laldtoy by J E Lyons of Hlsglusport C Tho property sold Includes tho packets Tell City Tarns t con Bellovuo and tho Louisville New Albany Brandenburg and Owensboro w wharfboats Tha price received Is re garded as very low as this property when now Is said to have cost 107 000 Tho now owners will resume op orations working In close co opera tion with tho Louisville 4 Cincinnati Packet Co 4 k Frankfort KyTwo methods nt ar riving at the value of the franchiser of the Southern Pacific Co tho 200 000000 corporation whoso homo is at Dee mont Jefferson county are suggested In an opinion delivered to ft tho stato board of valuation and as S V ticssment by Atty Oen James Breath lit It la certain that tho board wilt act upon the suggestions and that tho companys franchise will not be Ithat much at more than 7000000 If Henderson Ky Deliveries of to liacco pooled with tho Stemming m- st tract association Iq the counties of Hopkins Webster Union Crittenden and Henderson total 19447914 severalfCo 9937004 Gallagher Co 8831 11 240 Jqjm II Hodge 30 9730 W O Head t Son 789176 American To bacco Co 8C2C5 Association Morgan field 094 iLouISlIIe Ky Sparks dropped by fetramps smoking in the loft of the barn are believed to lave caused the fire which destroyed the barn won thor eUTtdy I i Burlington KyMrs Edith Me F Avoy of Rlchwood Ky was acquit ted by a Jury In the circuit court on pfJtho charge of arson preferred by John t Itanslor a farmer who alleged that 5 tho woman set fire to his homo on the 1909rkCovington ly1ohll Utz i4prom I inently known throughout Boone cotta allIofIct Utz attended the fair at Florence Ky r for years nnd always carried away ribbons j i I I I t1 Mit L I KENTUCKY FUNDS On Which Interest Bearing Warrants May Bo Issued Frankfort KyInterest bearing warrants may be drawn on the funds of tho treasury In all cases except on the funds of tho common schools tho Stato university or tho sinking fund and they can not affect the applica lion of these funds This opinion was written by Attorney General Breathitt at the request of State Treasurer Far ley in answer to tho question of what character of warrants Issued by the auditor upon tho treasurer should bear Interest Tho opinion of Attorney General Breathitt affects nearly 1500000 of laterest bearing warrants and is therefore of wldo to tho merchants of Ken tucky and Ohio who have been sell ing supplies to tho various state in stitutions for most o tho supplies are furnished by these two states Lexington Ky Under orders of Mayor Skaln tho curfew law vns put Into effect here At 9 oclock tho great bell In the tower of Central engine house clanged out the bedtime warn ing to the kiddies and the coppers put the sklddoo to the laggards The streets wero clear of youngsters by 930 J Louisville Ky Assaults upon strikebreakers at the Twentyfourth aud Main streets plant of the Amer Iran Tobacro Co nnd tho Installation of stemming machines In the various plants of the company thus doing away with hand labor marked the day with the striking tobacco workers from three different local factories Lexington Khostate racing commission al its meeting hero gave expression to its disapproval of the proposal of the directors of tho Kentucky association to increase the com missions from parlmutucl pools from C to 7 per cent by sanctioning an amendment to Rule 4C which was proposed by CoVE F Clay Lexington KyAn unidentified white girl baby about nine days old snugly tucked away In n large basket was found by Mrs R Dillon at the door of her boarding house 219 East Main street County Judge Scott directed that the waif be placed in tim childrens home There It was chris toned Ruth Adams Frankfort ICyA writ of prohibi tion was asked In the court of appeals by W A Lewis and eight other plaintiffs against County Judge II II Den hardt of Wharton county sitting In the trial of a number of cases where tho plaintiffs are alleged to have via lated the law In selling Intoxicating liquors The case was argued before a full bench- Covington IvyFred Reich for 45 years n blacksmith of Florence Boone county Is dead aged 68 years Mr Reich was the tather in law of Fred J Droege president and general man ager of the Licking rolling mill and tho father of John Reich Ho was a member of tho George H Thomas pout of Cincinnati and served through tho entire civil war Louisville KyA T Slier chairman of tho Kentucky state railroad commission announced that tho com mission will Investigate the earnings of the Pullman Co in Kentucky In tho near future to see whether they jus llfy a reduction on stato business as much as that which has been ordered on certain Interstate business by tho interstate commerce commission Louisville KyThe subscalo com mittee of seven representing Union miners and mlno operators of West ern Kentucky left for Pittsburg whero they will consult T L I owls president of tho United Mine Workers regarding instructions sent union minors by national offers The min ors and officials have agreed on all points In a now twoyear wage scale except machinemixed runofmlno and paked mined rrmofinlno coal It Is on tits point they want Lewis opinion Now 1ork The metropolitan rac- Ing season opened hero with the Carter Handicap and five other races in a stylo which seemed to assure morn for the future of the American turt than anything legislatures can prom Iso or forbid or state executives per sonally control Straight clean strug gles for superiority horse against horse were the only Issues and tho heat won Gretna Green Schorrs Ben Brush horse highly tried and sue cessful campaigner took first place in the Carter tho event of the day at odds of 20 to 1 Frankfort Ky Secretury of State Ben L Bruncr took steps to rescind the stato printing contract which the Continental Printing Co has with the state by writing a letter to Atty Gen Breathitt asking him to file suit to rescind tho contract Frankfort KyA petition was filed in tho state fiscal court b 3h P Re horn state revenue agent against tha Trade Dollar Consolidated Mining Coot CovIiiKtmi asking for back tauand penalties amounting to over 1t 000 I igMMf JI1r1lhif WOULD MAKE HIM SPEAKER Insurgents Favor Election of Asher C Hindi House Parliamentarian to Cannon Place Washington A proposition ID re move Speaker Cannon by moans of the combined vote of Democrats and Insurgents and to substitute for him Asher C Hinds of Portland Me tho parliamentarian of tho house is one ot tho plans which several Insurgents havo advocated Tho idea of placing In tile speakers chair a puro parliamentarian not a member of the house who would be entirely uninfluenced by considers Asher C Hinds lions of partisan advantage was point ed out by Representative Poindexter of Washington and others as the Ibg ical and proper course Under the con dilution the house may choose a speaker who is not a member of the bodyRepresentative Poindexter who Is one of the prominent Insurgents said This initial reform which we have accomplished must be followed by oth ers The whole trouble In which the house finds Itself Is caused by the joining of the power of the speaker with that ot the leader of the majority The English plan of having an ex pert parliamentarian instead of a poll tician as a presiding officer Is tho only correct ono As long as we select a party leader as speaker just so long will wo have partisan and unfair ru lings from the chair When the house adopted the Nor its resolution the other day it was a vote of no confidence In Speaker Can non and ho should have resigned As he did not do so we should depose him With that accomplished I think we should elect Mr Hinds- I believe a majority of tho house would vote for It Surely the Democrats nnd the Insurgents who voted against Cannon and I believe a large number of other Insurgents and near Insurgents will vote for It when tho temper of the people of tho country Is accurately judged on this question EXHIBIT AN ODD AUTOMOBILE Vehicle on Two Wheels Latest In Motor Transportation Coming from London New YorkA most extraordinary twowheeled automobile designed on the principle of a dlcyCIe bicycle which drew attention in England twenty or more years ago has been built in London and sent to this coun try for exhibition- It consists of a couple of large solid tired wheels connected by an axle from which hangs a platform sufficing for the engine which is at the rear Is of tho singlecylinder type and de velops 44 horsepower The counter shaft lies parallel with the axle of the vehicle mid on the ends are a pair of roller chains driving sprockets that engage with the wheel hubs The steering is accomplished by an ordinary auto steering wheel which The TwoWheeled Auto actuates wires that more friction discs between the sprockets and the wheel hubs the drive being released from one wheel or the other to effect a turn Tho chief feature of this remarkable typo of machine Is the cheapness with which It can be built and the lack of vibration that results from the use of largo wheels Tho scat for the driver and passengers rests just over the axle Old Time Election Tricks Soldiers have been used to provide artificial majorities In English aloe tons In 1784 280 of tho guards wets sent to vote as householders against Fox in the Westminster election Upon that occasion the device failed but It succeeded In an Irish election The patron of a largo Irish borough find ing that there was some uncertainty as to tho return of his nominee marched In a regiment of soldiers from their quarters at Loughren and had thenrall elected freemen Their vote put the victory of his candidate beyond doubt e LJ sun Two Sabbath IncidentsSudijr School Lessee for May 1 1910 Specially Arranged tor Tbs Paper LESSON TEXTMatthew 12114 Mem ory verses II 12 OOIDKN TEXTX will have mercy Ind not aalrlcelIatt 1- 2TIMiEarty Bummer of A D M Mark and Iuke place the errtt earlier than Matthews icrouplng would Indicate PLACE Some nell and synagogue In Palllre probably In Capernaum Suggestion and Practical Tkought- A Work of Necessity Vs 18 The Cause of Criticism v 1 What act of the disciples seemed to defy the law of tho Sabbath Can you not Imagine that quiet Sabbath afternoon walk through tho ripening cornfields The sun Is declining In the western sky there Is not n cloud in tho blue heavens tho breath of wind stirs the wheatfield now white with harvest Tomorrow busy reapers will be here with time sickle to begin the great work of the yearthe cutting and car tying of the grain Then the heavy ears and the light ears the scarlet poppy and the bluebottle and the purple corncockle will be mown down tpgcther As Jesus and the twelve walk through the cornfields they aro hungry end they pluck the ripe ears rub them In their bands blow away the light husk and eat the hard brown yellow grains that remain In their palmsRev S Baring Could The Charge v 2 What was It In the act that the Pharisees spying upon them objected to Not taking the grain or eating it but the manual work Involved Reaping and thresh ing were properly forbidden on the Sabbath and the Pharisees Insisted that plucking grain with the hands was a kind of reaping and rubbing the husk off was a kind of threshing- C The Fourfold Reply VH 38 Our Lords answer to the Pharisees charge is especially Interesting because of Its variety First Reply the Example of David vs 3 4 who when fleeing from Saul persuaded Ahimelech the priest to feed him and his hungry followers with the twelve symbolic loaves of bread kept on the golden table In the Holy Place of the tabernacle to signify that God was the provider of the peo pies food- Moreover this was done on the Sabbath tho day when the loaves were changed see Inductive Study 3 and no one but the priests was allowed to eat that sacred food Thus Jesus met them first on their own ground because life Is more than law even according to rabblsIan Maclaron It was an Illustration of the far great er Importance of human need than any ceremonial requirement or out ward form however sacred Perhaps there may be just a lint In the double Have ye not read that they could not produce Scripture for their prohibition as he would do for tho liberty which he allowed The first Illustration Is perhaps chosen with some reference to the parallel between himself the true King now unrecognized and hunted with his humble fol lowers and the fugitive outlaw with his bandAlexander Maclaren DD Second Reply the Example of the Priests vs C C for whom the Sab bath Is the busiest day of the week But no one blames them but rather all men praise them because they are serving Gods holy temple Third Reply the Laws Real Re quirement v n which Is mercy and not sacrifice a point upon which the prophets often Insist Fourth Reply Christs Authority v 8 Marks account precedes these words with the notable utterance The Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sabbath The Sabbath was not made to annoy man restrict him Impoverish him but to en rich him free him from bondage to toll bless him with the highest joys that God can bestow upon him A Work of MercyVs 914 A The Blessed Opportunity vs 910 What Is the best test of correct Sabbath keeping See whether it conforms to Christs example Seven of his recorded miracles were performed on tho Sabbath among them this of the withered hand What sad case won Christs sym pathy A man which bad his hand withered his right hand the most useful one as Luke the physician carefully noted- Tradition says the man begged Christ to heal him and Luke tells us that the scribes and Pharisees were there watching him as they had dogged his steps through the wheat field watching him furtively the Greek Implies How was the cure performed With a look of sorrow and Indignation east upon the coldhearted Pharisees Mark and w4th only a calm com mand to the cripple Stretch forth thine hand Perhaps only the hand was withered but probably the arm also was paralyzed and if the man had stopped to think and reason in stead of promptly obeying he would not have been tealrd And it was restored whole The Unmerciful Pharisees v 4IWhat effect had the miracle on Pharisees They could bring no charge against Christ for he had done work he had merely spoken a quiet sentence Nor could they pro ceed against the cured man for he had only stretched out his hand And yet their fanatical spirits were more enraged by Christs defiance of their absurd Sabbath restrictions than by arlythlnr else he ever did They at pace began to plot how they might destroy limn To such depths can a mans lelnih pride bring the human heart i JrI hA lJi Ojf tJII = 1885 Berea College 1909 1 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of nIL Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library ia Kentucky NO SALOONSIr A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject I So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE 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paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or service of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most 4 students Ia SOO a term 6 Ia ceases with Latin Del 709 ta Colkglato I lIrPAYMENTthe term board by the halt term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln one payment 92900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle1 n o + I tern 945 WINTER12 weeks 29ooln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including HOO deposit middle of terns 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle o term 075- SPRING4 weeks term for thoso who must leave for farm work 940t SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frao tion of a week On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refunds only onehalt of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining keeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will Ie celvo a certificate for onehalf tho Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the Btn 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 Is March 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I That Premium Knife takes the eyes ot the men and boys who see it The mountain people liko- a good thing when they see ll nnd to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of rotor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 if That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have t 1u irI I A I i V j- i I r 8t- L 111 COYLESpay get more tYou BEREA KY a ioioioioioioioioioioioioioicut ai n a 3Berea Vicinityo1 o FROM A OF 4SoiofiosoioioioioioiciofioeoeoioioioioioioioiosoSoioi BEST it DENTIST CITY PIIONB 153 OVER POST L N TIME TABLE North Bound Local I Knoxville 630 a m 1100 p m BHREA 129 p m 357 a m 1 610 p m 745 a m South Bound Local 640 a m 825 p m BEREA 1159 am 1229 p m Knoxville 700 p m 550 a m I I I Express Trains Stop to let off and take on passen gers from beyond or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound 815 a m BEREA 1144 a m North Bound I BEREA 456 p m 835 p m These two trains will now carry thru sleepers trom Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P R R at so that Berea pas rengers for Chicago may go thru Ij I without changing 1 R Mr Jason Sexton who has working In for IIOvernlI 1months is at home again Miss Nettle Oldham visited at the first of the week with friends in townIThe 1Geo Golden died last Tuesday and was burled in Berea cemetery Mr Tom Robinson of vis- Ited with relatives bore at the first- I1 of the week Dr R A Byrd and mother of Okla homa are visiting Mrs Mary Faulk t nor this week Miss Nannie gave her I t Sunday school class of little folks a time at her homo on De yet street last Saturday atiernoon A large crowd of students and teachers of Richmond State Normal enjoyed an outing to Big 11111 Monday I They stopped oft in Berea for a short I time on their way back to the city Mr and Mrs W R Oabbard of were the guests of Mrs L C Gabbard Saurday and Sunday of this week I The Rev and Mrs C A VanWlnk lo who are now making their home in Ky were the pleasant guests of their many friends in Bersa this week Mr VanWinkle filled the pulpit of the Disciples church both Sunday morning and evening Tho students of Upper Chapel were very much delighted Tuesday morning to listen to a splendid address given by Prof L V Dodge Ills subject I was Berea then and Now The Ladles Missionary Society of the Baptist church and all other wo ELImoo members of the ohurch held a very delightful Wednesday afternoon In Masonic Hall The refreshments served consisted of cake and coffee B I Made of the B is a of corset It is on grace the lines of the and forms an ideal for the new at all Tavern Barber Shop NEW J1I AND Bath Rooms in Down Tavern S R Miss China Hudson spent tho lat ter part of last week with her par ents at Hugh Ky Mr D 0 Bowman was called toI N C last week on busi and Mrs John Dean entertain ed Mr Deans Sunday school class for a short time at their home Sunday afieraoon I Thd spring social of the Y M C I A was held at the Union church I Tuesday night Reports were given In by tho different on the I years work and short talks given by the newly elected members and some of the faculty After business was con social time rorIveldtor Mildred Clark of Ky and Mrs Nannlo Johnson of Ky made a flying visit with their slater Mrs J H Jackson Mrs Lucy Fairchild Kenaston of Oberlin Is visiting her niece Mrs I Stanley Frost for a few days I The wife and family of Mr Rufus A Church treasurer of the Lincoln InsU tute have arrived and begun house keeping in the house near the College Rev Ray M Busier of the American Sunday School Union work at Romney West I Virginia was a college visitor over Sunday and at Narrow Gap Plans are being made for a large canna bed in front of Ladles Hall which will greatly beautify the yard Let the good work go on James W Brown A B a graduato of Berea is pastor of the Baptist Church In Alabama N Y a little east of Buffalo He writes that they had eighty days of there last winter and that he enjoys the climate very much Mr S C Williams of Chicago who was here several weeks ago In the Interest of a Sunday School hook concern is here again I Mr Frank Rivas of Mayarl Cuba has entered school here Mr D H Breck of Richmond brought his smile to town for a couple I of days last week Dr J A of Sturgeon Owsley County was a Berea visitor Monday Moses Cora Hilton Margaret Cooper Elizabeth and Margaret Minnich and Edith Bach came Into town to at tend the PI Epsilon PI open meeting last week Mrs Woodle and Miss nurses at the Hospital are both away on cases Mrs Woodle in and Miss Wilson in Richmond The Prettiest and Line of Embroideries Laces and Also and Dress Fabrics at I t 4 service giving materials NUFORM W perfect example popular priced making modeled giving linesfollowing natural perfect figure foundation gowns PRICES START IOO- f Muslin Underwear pricesy lessor tM ioioioioioioioioioios and GATHERED VARIETY SOURCES DR OFFICE OFFICE Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Clnclnratl Lexington Lexington McWhorter delightful Wallacoton Vanceburg reception Corset AT ENTIRELY CLEAN UPTOTHEMINUTE Connection StairsBoone SEALE Prop Bakersville nessMr committees Winchester Speedwell barnsThe Superintendent preached sleighing Mahaffey Wilson Cincinnati Latest Cheapest Insertions Flouncing Pongees W MRS EARLYS STANDARDIZED ForAll Live StockEASY AND SAFE TO USE IIKILtStea ULZ IT PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATED ASK FOR rBK BOOIUKTB The Student Volunteer Band meets at 845 every Sunday morning In Miss Bowersoxs office All who are Interested In missions are cordially luvlod to be present The Y W C A girls have started a movement which they aro roping will spread thru the college to render the Chapel services times of wor ship lnread of social Intercourses or amusement It Is to be hoped that their example will be widely followed Mrs Turner and daughter of Cleveland Ohio have been visiting Mrs J P Faulkner PLANTS of Tomatoes and cabbage for sale at the College Garden or phone J W Mullott Mr and Mrs Luther Shadoln have moved into their now homo on Boone StreetFACTS ABOUT THE COMET So many conflicting stories have got afloat about the groat alleys comet which Is now nearing the Earth that a few facts will be of general Interest The comet is the largest one of diem which come around regularly Occasional vlcltlng comets are larger but this is tho largest which can be depended on to arrive at a certain time It cornea about once In Bovaray five years so that few men ever see It twice The comet has BO far barely been visible to the naked eye on Its pre sent appearance Great telescopes havo followed its movements for J tJtt months but It is still too small to be noticeable It is rapidly growing in size however and will soon be where I It can bo seen by allII At present the I wards tho earth from the far side of I the sun It Is travelling at a rate of about a hundred thousand miles an- hour Its tall is about two million mlloa long and it Is supposed to be very bright It is to the westward of the Sun that is it rises before llUSOIlitI hour or two before sun rise on clear I mornings It ought to go brighter rapidly from now on but It is not al- I ways possible to toll In advance met how bright a comet will bo This one will not be at Its brightest till May 18 and It will no be worth look I Ing at tor at least a week yet I Between now and May 25 the comet will pass between us and the sun I I and thero will bo a day or two when It cannot be seen After that it will be In the West just after sunsetI at night It will stay there for a nwayII between the earth and the sun it will be within 14 million miles ofI the earth and if the tall is over 14 million miles long then the earth will pass thru the tall As the taU is made up of gasses and very thin ones there is no danger of any damage I There is no very groat need of gett ing up mornings to see tho thing un lest you enjoy early rising It will bo In plain sight In the evening before a month passes IIN OUR OWN STATE NearBeer Murders In Heldleberg London Postoffice Robbed Night Riders Fined Col Belknap Dies In Louisville Danville tho Wet Will Stay Dry NEARBEER MURDERS Two men were killed outright two fatally wounded and two more received slight wounds in a fight at a maltmood stan I in Heldclburg Leo County on Sunday The dead were Costly Jones single and Jeff Wilson married mor tally wounded were Clay Hall and Elmore Mattox and slightly wounded Rob Farmer and John Swann Ed Wllcon eon of J Wilson was arros ed charged with having killed Jones Ho claims that Jones was flourishing a pistol which Wilson tried to takeaway from him but that Wilson gave It up and had turned away when Jones shot him In the back LOOT IONDON P O Yeggmen as the criminal hoboes are palled dy namited the safe In tho London Ky post office on Saturday morning and got away with about 3000 worth of UlalrIhat is nitroglycerine oup they call Itand he Is a yoggman NIGHT RIDERS CONVICTED The tobacco cases in Grant County havo resulted In the conviction ofI eight men of violation of the anti- trustI laws and they have loon sentenced to various fines from 100 to appealedI Tho happy Democratic machine that rant tho legislature Is now trying to run Its chief agent in the Senate Combs jot Lexington for Governor We hope try It I GIIof Instruction has taken charge of the Normal School in I COL 11ELKNAP IllchmondI rls B Rclknap one promlnontIing citizen of tile state died last Wednesday at his homo In Louisville at ter a prolonged Illness The honor paid his memory testifies to the un Iversal respect and esteem In which Ihe was hold I iItANKIN WANTS ITM C Ran of Agriculture has announced that he will be a candidate for state Auditor at the next Republi can convention i DANVILLE TO STAY DRY Altho a Judge has held that tho local option law under which Danville hal been dry was repealed some years ago the town will stay dry as the council has decided to refuse to issue any licenses ELEVENTH COMMITTEE A mooting of the Congressional Commit tec of the Eleventh District has been I culled for April 30 at Corbin The Up Is that a primary will bo called for tho latter part of September In ord I er to allow Mr Edwards to complete his work In Congress and then make a canvass It Is said that only four of the nineteen mon on the committee favor Powers Following are the mom bers Commissioner Slier chairmen W A Coffee Adair county J C Lay Caa t ey County W A Dickens Clinton county Dr G C Goodman Jackson county J K Lewis Laurel county John O Forrester HarJan county T J Hounchcll Clay county C II Car ter Cumberland county John GUllam Knox count Dr W R Ray Leslie county Dr G W Bushonp Monroe county Jno W Hale Letchor county J G FlUpatrlck Bell county Joe K Johnson Perry county J S Sandusky Wayne county O W Garral Owsley RHODUS Store rm GO TO j r WJTatumV Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky J ST LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP JAKE MILLER Proprietor Do you want to get satisfaction on your shoe repairing Come to me I guarantee my work Prices arc low and Workmanship Guaranteed Best White Oak Leather usedlSpecial line of Rubber Work done while you wait Give me a trial and you will call again MAIN ST DEREA KY Over flank county R C Tartar Pulankt countlRobust E Lloyd Russell county J L Manning Whltlcy countyI1PHI DELTA BANQUET Boone Tavern wad the scone of the laest triumph of Phi Delta Literary Socloty last Saturday night the Phi DoHa boys gave a banquet to a largo concourse of their friends The dining room was beautifully decorat ed with society colors and banner Tho menu was a most doliotabfo one The Phi Delta Orchestra rendered nol onions which were enjoyed The toasts were If powlblo the enjoyable of all D O Bowman tho toastmaster was called away and Her bert Henry served In his stood Mr Henry is to be congratulated on hla splendid showing In tho circumstances The following toasts were rendered A Midsummer Nights Dream J 0 Bowman Juliet C 0 Flanery Ro moo response Miss Amy Bridfiomon Much Ado About Nothing Horace Cold well Alls Well That Ends Well W a Hunt As You Like It Prof L V Dodjp In his toast Prof Dodge related ninny Incidents and personal reminiscences of tho society and the gueets wont away each ono cherishing In his heart a doopor friendship for Old Phi Delta A Phi Delta Boy STRAYED Strayed or stolen on Wednesday night April 13 110 from my place West Union one roan mare thirteen or fourteen years old branded on left shoulder with the lelterl Mare Is about H 12 hands high and In very good shape Also yearling ror rel horse colt with white steak in and two white feet Any ono giving Information loading to recovery of alma will receive liberal reward Mrs L C Duncan Unequal Division It In computed that all the land In England Is owned by loss than 1000 people IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE utltaetlonImailer bjr ituklng Alien PoouKaM Ihe Mil partIngIn riewBboe When rubber oroterthortrKvomo nrceMtrr akin your thorn pincb Allen KomIU e l1nmt Farmers Dont Fail to Use Fertilizer 4 It is now time to begin sowing oats and planting corn And everything points to a good crop year Now dont make a mistake and fail to use some good fertilizer because you did not get good results last year If you should buy a horse or cow and it should die you would l not say I will never buy another one Now the thing to j l do is to try and gain this year what you lost last year and t i the way to do it is to use Reads or Globe Fertilizer and i 4 raise big crops Dont use some other fertilizer because e a r some one tells you it is just as good Use the kind that4you know is good and you will not take as much risk 1 We have two car loads on hand and would be T glad to sell you Come and see us before buying i- y MAIN STREET I C HAYESThe Quality FORi greatly mostt forehead t l BEREA KY PaleFaced Women complexionsdarkout expressions you need a tonic tonicItare specifically adapted for womens needs They act on andvitallyis a vegetable medicine It contains no min erals no iron no potassium no lime no glycerin no dan kindIt and old to use I Take Ta CARDUII3 The Womans Tonic After my doctor had done all he said he could for me writes Mrs Wm Hilliard of Mountainburg Arkul took Car dui on the advice of a friend and it helped me so much Before taking Cardui I had suffered from female troubles for five years but since taking it I am in good health- I think there is some of the best advice in your bookI that I ever saw Your druggist sells Cardul Try iL TennlotINTENSIVE FARMING Timely Articles ou Mountain FarmingScience for the FathersV yConducted By F O CLARK I Growing Catalpa Trees I havo recently visited tho farm of Mr Rogers of Mcchanlcsburg Ohio and looked over his 160 acrea of throo And four year old catalpa trots which stood from 12 to 18 feet high and from 2 12 to 4 Inches In diameter I saw no missing trcoo and a very uni form growth d At Hr Rogers mill I saw boards showing a growth of 19 Inches In 21 years also ot 9 Inches In 10 years rho lumber Is very light In weight ot a beautiful color and groin when finished resembling white ash tho strength wing greater than ash It Is claimed to be as durable na black locust for postu Mr Itogors trove aro I think soC 8 by 7 foot Ho expects to cut out every other tree at four years old and make Into baseball bats axe and pick handles and other email cr things such as balls inalleta etc HARD PROBLEMS By Prof Eo C Scale Problem No 27 I The area ot n triangle Is 24276 toot and Its sides aro In proportion to r tho numbers 1 14 and 15 find tho length of tho aides in feet Solution to Problem No 23 A man In dividing his estate gave A 900 as often as 11 500 and 0 300 as often as D 700 Cs share was 3 GOO What was tho value of the eatatetIota 700 every time C 300 13 ro colvoa 700x11 23 equals 81C66C 23 Ils share It A gets 900 every timo IJ 500 816666 23 divided by 500 equals 16 13 times 900x10 13 equals 14700 this bolng Aa share 3600 Ca sham added to 816666 23 DB sham added to 14700 Aa share equals 2630660 23 whole estate John Lunsford Borca Ky Other correct solutions Mrs Cyn thin Klanery 1oooy Ky a NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Flnt raftIsalt ho couldnt stand it REVENGE FOR COOKA little revenge for Dr Cook has como Jn 1 tho charge of a well known explorer that tho men who claimed to havo climbed MiL McKlnley could not poser bly have dono so In the way they tillIi they did It this Is true ot coursoi they have not proved that not do so- TKAIN I ROBBERY A daring train robbery of tho Japan and China mall I was pulled off In California on Saturday night Masked men stopped the train and carried off nine pouches j of registered mall I At 10 years ho expects to got a crop of fonco posts I To Bocuro those results I note tho following points First tho trees aro set on good eolf Second the trots havo had excellent caro In trimming soft all except upper branches to force growth In main stem of the tree Third the trots have had most thor I ough and careful cultivation and hand hosing No weeds are to be found inI the grove- I ilonco It Is OUT to turn that to secure such results aa Mr Rogers has had similar caro and conditions must be given lor the first 3 years after which they can stand without care as they have made strong root growth and havo grown to shade tho I ground Thus having tbo start over any later growth that might appear but would be but little utter threo years of than cultivation 8 L Clark n IMISSIONARIES IN DANGER An In the famine dis inlet of HuNan at tho city of Chang anUtorelgnjsionaries near there are In danger The officials have announced that they cannot guarantee safety and several missions havo been burned tile missionaries taking refuge in boats Waruhlps have been sent and trooP aro on the way COLD COSTS MILLIONS Millions ot dollars worth ot valuable crops havo boon destroyed thruout tho whole country by the recent cold I spell Vegetable and fruit crops nil the North and West havo been lover totally ruined In some sec thousands of dollars have been spun In vain to save the fruit Tho- i storm lots been heavier In the West than hero and there was a regular blizzard over most ot tho Northwest ALDRICH QUlTSA remarkable confirmation of the prediction regarding Senator Aldrich which was made In tho Washington latter written this week is found in the announcomont of Mr Aldrich on Monday night that ho would not again be a candldato for tho Senate Ills term expires on March 3 next Ho says that his health Is poor- VILLAGE BLACKSMITH DEAD Thcxldeus W Tyler who was the ori ginal ot Longfellows famous poem The Village Blacksmith which most of us learned to spout when In school died last week eightysix years old Tho chestnut tree was cut up tor mcmoatooa long ago KILLED IN WRECK Four men were killed and several injured In tho wreck ot a fast train on tho I C railroad near Jackson Miss last Monday Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour Made from selected wheat carefully milled on latest the uptodate mill It Is the whitest and purest and every sack guaranteed TRY IT AND DE CONVINCED Our brands of flour are Cream of Wheat Perfection Pioneer and Fancy Family We alto make feed and meal fAndrew Uac Prop BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Kentucky i Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired b W C CARPENTERB- ack I of Fish Bldg Berea Ky fhv t I BIRTHDAY ADDRESSOF DR D K PEARSONS Continued from Pint Page country It has the finest lot of students and a board of trustees second to none in ability and fidelity- I regard the fifty thousand dollars which I put into the waterworks of Berea College as the best investment I ever made I never gave away any money that returned me such satisfaction Ikrca now has a half million endowment In a few months from now it will have a round million doll rsof endowment That will enable the school to give to a still larger number of young people the blessings which it now provides All this is ijer free gift Who owns this splendid plant Who are the real owners of it Not the faculty not the trustees they merely administer it for others The real owners of Berea Col lege arc the young people whom it educates These build ings arc yours this endowment is yours this great plant and equipment arc all yours The trustees who now control this property will not be here always The have shown great wisdom in man aging the institution No college in this country is better managed They are able to say what few institutions can say that every dollar ever given to them for endowment purposes is still held intact and used solely for endowment purposes This is a good record There is an endowment fund in Denmark that has been running nine hundred years and not a cent has been wasted We expect this endowment in Bcrca College to last as long and be as well I protectedBut whose is it and who is to care for it These trus tees arp not to be here always Others must care for these interests when they are gone These funds arc yours and arc to be used for those who come after you They are to be guarded and used for you and your children i You arc the future trustees and professors of Berca College You arc to acquire learning character and business ability so that these large interests may be trusted to you The people of Kentucky are a brave people They proved that in 1812 when they stood with Jackson at New Orleans IISlr Iackcnham he made his brags That he who would fight was lucky Me would have the girls In cotton bags v In spite of old KentuckyrIIBut Jackson he was wide awake He was not afraid of trifles For well he knew what aim to take With our Kentuckyrifles IIHe led ui down to Cypress Swamp The ground was low and mucky There stood John Dull in martial pomp But here stood old Kentucky Oh the hunters of Kentucky 1 Kentucky did her duty then and has done it since and has other duties to perform There arc no people on the globe who haven them more of hope for the future than the people of Kentucky For the young people of Kentucky and for all earnest young people seeking an education Berea College stands offering the best It is yours Make the most of it I want to advise you on two or three matters which may seem to you small but which are important Culti vate the vocal organs The power of speech is the most wonderful of gifts enabling us to transmit thought and communicate ideas to each other The human voice is the product of a marvellous mechanism Cultivate the power of clear speech Stand straight Learn to walk erect and properly Learn how to produce clear tones and to think clearly and speak distinctly and with power If the young men will spend their spare time cultivating their vocal organs we shall have gifted orators in the future and the young women willjiave clear voices melodious and sweet to hear 1 advise you to make much of oratory and not to leave this school till you can speak the English language in beautiful tones to win the hearts of men Cultivate an erect bearing The tallest man in the world has no inches to lose by stooping Stooping is reprehensible in an old man and unpardonable in a young man Stand straight as an arrow Learn and obey the laws of health Sleep with your windows wide open Walk as erect as God intended you to walkso erect that you will not stoop even when you are ninety years old Keep the Ten Commandments Live lives of honesty purity and temperance And above all things else cultivate Christian character Nothing can take the place of this It is because I have faith in Christian character that I have given practically all my gifts to Christian colleges Education alone is not enough The heart must be trained as well as the head Physical health is good I Get it and keep it not by the use of drugs but by the free use of fresh air and pure water and healthful living Mental training is good learn all you can and remember what you learn But physical health and mental training arc not the whole of an educa tion The greatest and best thing is Christian character Berea College stands for all these thingsfor physical health for the trained mind and for Christian character And because Berea believes in these things I believe in BereaI believe in Berea because I believe in its trustees because 1 have carefully reviewed its financial system and know that the men who manage its funds can be trusted I believe in its faculty and am confident that what its teachers give to the students is of the best And I believe in Bcrca because I believe in its students the men and women of the future And when 1 think of Berea I think of the future and am glad I advise all young people to keep scrapbooks and to paste in them choice selections and beautiful compositions If you begin such a work in your school days you will find it a treasure house on which you can draw all your lives And do not be content with pasting good things Tn books Store them in your minds choice bits of poetry inspiringI ivJ td rt- Ly o j The Call of The Schools The first of a series of articles by Prof J W Dinsmore I To all the people ot our country I these can ho no more appealing cry than that which comes from the pub lic schoolc In these days that ring highIpeople are turning hither and thJthorI for relief What are tho can be relied upon to check and put a stop to the growing evils that aro undermining the very foundations of the Republic There are two things to bo done First the opportunities for bribery that are constantly our public officials must be temptingII The ambition to bo rich Is the glitter of tho unrighteous mammon Is so alluring that the moral character of many of our public servants can not hold out against It Tho public mind Is being aroused to the necessity j of protecting our officials from these overpowering temptations Something must be done to place them practically beyond the reach of Itching palms- Second In the training of our youth wo mut place more stress upon righteous conduct Those who are to make our laws and transact our business must have It strongly implanted In their minds that honesty and up rightness are the first qualifications for responsible positions There ore many forces that are work Ing and should work more efficiently to this end The home the church and the prom aro mighty powers for good but they have their limitations They tall tar short of accomplishing all the people look to for tho training the desired results But the one great Institution that all the people share alike and that of our youth for citizenship Is that of tho Public Schools There if any where can the foundations of civic righteousness be BO firmly laid that they will endure through the stress nail strain of public life The schools have proved their worth but they must do more than they haVES yet done More responsibility must be laid upcn them and a better product re quiredIt boo that tho schools have all they could do with the means donoI vided This Is probably the the product is not satisfactory we thO1bTnmeto build character and character Is not a mushroom growth nor can Its a o I I a it I I a I a I I a a FOR SALE A room with loq in a senger in ord er a of seasons a good 2 and good as 200 a over road in with a I to a Would a of horses i c 4 i achievement be accomplished by oc spurts It requires time skill and unremlttcd effort A few terms in with long tions between are sufficient tu training of American 1lCaIthe field is untonded grow Besides are opposing jcco industriously tares and uproot tho good flOOd has stared life lurks in the and In the byways thareIaro lacks in many homes In order to build character school knowledgeItask is not likely to bo wanting It is the shyster shirks his duty andkemployer Knowledge and skill require time and continuous effort tho schools are to be thoyIdo it the be that tho first great principle In education is it requires abundance ot Furthermore once theIeduCalt10nlOt I the school as now I organized should go on every InItho but it that should bo no closing and taking up again of the school life It means I and play of should planned and by the teacher as carefully as his Btu vacation should not be a breaking loose from all study restraint but should be so looked af t ter it be as important a reoolvI be engaged and at work all the enableIdo When happens teaching become a profession and attract worthy and well in to itijSome things should bo done to mako our schools they ourI 1f articles J W Dinsmore I 1teacherI L utterances teachers who have blessed the world And remember that all other accumulations ofmoney and of knowledge are of worth unless there be with these upright character and faithful life Live to Godand your fellow men The world needs young menjstrong in body and in mind who are able to bear theyburdens of future To train these young people for their great is the mission of Berea College- I have recently over in memory the incidents connected with my gift of the waterworks to Berea That event many tender and beautiful associations for me and it grows in beauty in my mind as remember how it came about A few nights in looking forward to this occasion thought it all over again and recalled the way in which it came to pass It was wonderful con ception to begin wit land wonderful in the way worked out As thought it over wonder of it grew in my and said to myself was in spiration There was something sublime about it It was than overcoming of engineering difficulties than the providing of money and laying ofwatermains whole idea and carrying of it into execution wereITmagnificent It was sublime it was real What said to myself as I thought it over alone in the night I say to you A Power higher than power and wisdom of man guided this work from the beginning and guides it still In my imagination see in this achievement parable of of Berea College As water system gathers pure mountain water from many springs and brings it from afarr so Berea College reaches far into hills where streams of young flow pure and free and gathers them into this reservoir that they may gather power to flow and refresh and mountains and world So long as mountain springs continue to flow may this flow of young life continue May Bcrca College continue to be reservoir of intclcctual and moral and spiritual power May hidden channels of its ministry break in lifegiving springs in all parts of the moun and our country the world And future genera tions will rise up to bless the name of Berea College six on Rail road Street Also 28 pas Merrygo round perfect Has been run only part two has 12 power gasoline engine organ which plays tea different tunes has taken In as high day Can ho hauled any two loads two horse wagon My reaSon for selling is that want buy larger one trade for good team or mutes H K Richardson Berea Ky jAI 1 fJ IH casional short childhood not When the enomles that that been Into Evil street the who loves his found who robs his also If held From above It will seen that time time when not mean that day year docs mean them that the work the pupil be supervised dies The and that will year this will will that what from the little serve the work gone has just ago the mind That work clear more the more the the the the has the work the back the the fresh life forth bless the the the the forth tains and house Berea horse thero other I I Hows This We offer anyII inl3allabudneaalltranmmctloWindanancially OWeby his firm JARVINI acting O of 7Scentl f I Take halls Fatuity Villa for connlipation Result of Wild oats The bread of repentance we eat Is often made of the wild oats we tow Ile our youth French t If I The Citizen ft family newspaper for ill that Is rlfhl t true and Intertstlnr I rubllihed every Thursday at Berea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporatedt Manager Subscription Rates rAYABUt IN ADVANCB- Oa7 Year flM- Btx Month three Monthi aI Send money Post oatce or Ki press Money Order Draft Registered Letter or one and two tot tamp The date after your nine en label show to what date autxcriptton It paid If It l not hanged within three wtcka after renewal notify us- MlalaRnumbaa will be gladly supplied If wee are rctllied Flue premium cheap with new robscrlpUoru and prompt renewals Send for Premium Lin Liberal term given to any who obtain new oUcrlptioni for ua Any one Kndloe us four aubtcrlptiona can ledeueThe Cit aen free lrL mutt for one ur- Aovertltlnr rate on application MIWHUK OP- KKKTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Three nations are In n race for the south pole May none of them get I cold feet It Is getting BO that It must hurt the feelings of the ham to have to as sedate with the eggs i 4 The government Is going to give us weather tips while we wait That + the way we get the weather F With three nations racing for the south polo It la fortunate that Amer- Icans are nimble on their feet See where you would bo now finan rdaily If you had bought a ton of platinum when It was cheap I Platinum Is going up to 710 a pound Thus wo see that the pernl claus examplo of beefsteak continue to spread There would be no particular ob Jectlon to the long hatpins If In crowd wt ed care and elevators they were worn in scabbards i In these days any purchaser of a telescope who cannot find a comet with it feels that he should be given his money back The first collision between two air ships occurred the other day Unfortunately the historic spot cannot be marked by a memorial tablet New York has convicted a police magistrate of having accepted a bribe of 1666 The 66 cents shows that he was a stickler for form That little comet which U antlclpa ting Halleys Is nd doubt a little per former that is ready to da onenight t stunts to please the general public After visiting the north polo the Zeppelin airship expedition expects to anchor behind Greenland Sounds like a nice cozy place to warm up in Germany is excited over tho discov err of the skull of a prehistoric man near Heidelberg Of course such a discovery is interesting but what the world particularly needs just now aro live men very much so A fashion note says womens waists r will not bo cut any lower In the back- S during the coming season than they have been In the recent We may list this with the impossibilities that will not eventuate A Philadelphia magistrate has held that taking an umbrella from a friends not criminal but taking one from a stranger is larceny But a man who has his umbrella taken can scarcely be called a friend of the taker There is a lot of satisfaction In the way the large business houses take care of their teams Its getting to be the exception for them to have poor abused horses They aro not good advertisements and an advertisement Is worth a good deal A Milwaukee woman has raised a novel point by suing for damages for attempts to drive her out of society The next thing courts will be asked for Injunctions preventing exclusive hostesses from shutting out aspirants to society from their luncheons and teas Criticism is made not of destroying the cherry trees sent by Japan as a gift to the United States but of let ting the fact out that they were de stroyed because they were Infested with bugs of strange and threatening nature The diplomatic courtesies with so punctilious a nation as Japan should have taken the form of a courteous note declaring that the government exceedingly regrets having to destroy the honorable cherry trees but the honorable insects were honor ably superfluous The punlsnwent for cruelty in shipment ought to be made heavy otherwise it will not be deterrent Tho convenience of the shippers and car tiers will lead them to prefer paying small fines to obeying the law to the letter As to the moral aspect of the case It Is shocking to humane senti ment that unfortunate animals should be subjected to Intense heat In summer aggravated by the deprivation of food and water for long and unnatural periods As a sanitary matter ani mals with blood fevered and systems Injured by such suffering are not fit for human food i T 1 r ROBBED AT- PISTOL POINT SOUTHERN PACIFIC PASSENGER AWAKENED AND RELIEVED OF VALUABLES LOOT MAIL AND BAGGAGE CARS Flight Made In Uncoupled Engine Which Was Abandoned Later On for a Steam Launch on Sulso Bay Benccta CalThree masked met held up Oakland Trait No 10 on thu Southern Pacific between this plan and Goodyear robbed tho mall war and every passenger on tho train of 10 coaches detached tho engine and made their escape on It to Sprig They abandoned the engine and made their way aboard n steam launch escaping in tho darkness on SuI son bay Tho train was left stalled on th track near Goodyear while thp pas Bcngers many of whom had been held up while they lay in their berths dressed themselves and made their way to this city and Goodyear when they remained Tho holdup was the most daring and successful in tho criminal annals of this region It was only by their quiet acquiescence to tho demand ot tho robbers that some of tho passengers and train crew escaped with their lives Tho robbers wore heavily arm ed and threatened to kill any man or woman who offered resistance RIOTERS APPLY TORCH Troops Join Rabble in Work of Destruction of ForeignOwned Property ChangSha ChinaAll the foreign owned buildings here have been do strayed by fire with the exception or the British consulate All the build Ings rented by foreigners have beer looted The Chinese officials Issuer a proclamation that they were unable to protect the lives and property ot foreigners and thereupon all foreigners made haste to leave the city So far as is known no foreign resident lost his life The governor of Hu Nan province Wu ThungSiu and his son were kill cd and several other government ofll cials fled One section of the clt is still in names Six thousand foreign drilled soldiers are stationed here and a fow of these protected the govern ors house for a time but soon all joined the rioters Art Works Were Fakes Tours FranceThe arrest of Count and Countess De Gatigny at the In stance of Mrs Charles Hamilton Paine formerly of Boston but now of Paris on the charge of misreprc sentatlon in connection with the sale of paintings alleged to be the work of great masters whereas they are only copies has caused a great sensa than The De Gatlgnys with their four children lived lavishly and pm brilliant entertainments Tried to Follow Husband Washington Crazed with grief Mrs Elizabeth Wailer C7 sought solace in death by her own hand rath er than live longer without her hus band who was burled two weeks ago after a happy married life of more than a quarter of a century She now lies dying at the Emergency hospital the result of a great gash in her throat made by her weakened trem hung hands with a razor Driven From Home Philadelphia Pa Barred from his home by his wife because as she declared ho drank Samuel Davidson C6 took poison on the porch of his West Philadelphia home and died Instantly Assistance Summoned London The Atlantic transport steamer MInnehaha is ashore at Scllly war Bishops Rock according to a wireless message received from her at Lloyds signal station at tho Lizard The Lloyds have wired for assistance TOBACCO MARKET Louisville April 16TotAl offerings last week were 1918 hhds Of this number 468 hhds were burley and 1460 dark The sales of burley at auction were 337 hhds The market for desirable too tips and short red leaf was firm The quality of the burley offered was exceedingly poor con dltlon unsatisfactory There were 69G ihds dark offered at auction nearly all were aircured lugs and nonde script leaf generally in bad condition Trash was firm and lugs fully Sc higher Innocent Were Suffering Philadelphia PaRun over by a wagon a man who said he was John Zowsor of Freeport Pa told the police ho had blown a safe in that town live years ago for which two innocent men are serving terms in jail Lion Cubs Are Adopted New York Robbed of their mother by death a pair of lion cubs now with a largo circus have been adopted by a Dalmatian hound and they constitute ho happiest little family in tho cal t ation of animals In the llg building 1 1 THE SEASON OF FIRST LOVES I PLEASETUFFY WELL HAYS A FULL TEAM WITH YOU PLEASE1 LA FOLLETTE SCORES MORGAN SENATOR CALLS FINANCIER A I THICKNECKED BULLY I Wisconsin Man In Attack on Taft Rail Bill Alto Criticizes Attorney General Washington Characterizing J Plerpont Morgan as a beefy red faced thicknecked financial bully drunk with wealth and power who bawls his orders to stock markets di rectors courts governments and na tions Senator Lh Follette of WIs consin Tuesday opened a bitter attack on tho administration railroad bill IE tho senate He also criticised Attor ney General WIckersham The Wisconsin member criticised tho bill as opening the way for unrestricted consolidation of lines and cited the case of the Boston Maine merger with the New Haven as an Illustration of tho possibilities of the act under the present administration Charging the attorney general with undue haste In discontinuing the suit begun by tho Roosevelt administration against these roads ho declared that judging by what that official did in that case it was not a violent as sumption to state that if the pending bill had been a law he would have entered Into a stipulation with the New Haven road that tho roads proposed to be acquired were not directly and substantially competitive that on such stipulation judgment would have been rendered by the court of com merce in accordance with the stlpula tion thereby estopping tho govern ment forever from making any claim that such acquisitions were In viola tion of the Sherman antitrust act Senator La Follette declared that every proper effort had been made by the Roosevelt administration to prosecute the merger suit against the two companies and expressed Indignation at Attorney General Wlckersbama prompt dismissal of tho case within three months after he came Into office BRYAN DEFENDER OF SILVER Nebraskan Says Taft Agrees With Him In Attributing High Prices to Gold Flood Washington Tho letter of William Jennings Bryan written from Brazil and read before the Democrats who attended the Jefferson day banquet here and those at a similar dinner In Indianapolis Wednesday the letter which caused a commotion among local banquet committeemen at Its Initial reading because of what some of them considered its unorthodox statementsIs In part as follows President Taft in his Lincoln speech at vow York February 12 at tributed the present high prices main ly to the Increase In the production of gold and the consequent enlargement of the volume of money This unexpected indorsement of our partys proposition In 1896 when we demanded more money as the only remedy for falling prices Is very grati fying How valuable that admission would have been to us If It had been made during the campaign ot that year when the Republican leaders were denying that the volume of money hud any influence on prices and as getting that it did not matter whether we had much money or little provided It was all good We may now consider tho quan illative theory of money established beyond dispute and proceed to the consideration of other questions Hut the president and his predecessor have admitted the correctness of the Dem ocratic position on so many questions that further argument is hardly neces sary on any subject we may now take judgment against the Republican party by confession Bank Robbed of 10000 Spring City TennRobbers blow the vault of the First National bank at this place Thursday and escaped with an amount exceeding 10000 Nitroglycerin was used in the explo Ion Bloodhounds soon were placed- on the trail but thus far the safe blowers have not been apprehended There was 10200 In the bank vault and in tho morning only sao was round Ono of the robbers shot at SE Paul assistant cashier as he ran to the Institution after the explosion I Paul was unhurt j r TAKING OF CENSUS BEGIN Army of 70000 Enumerators Start Out to Count Uncle Sams Fam IlyWork Ends In Month Washington An array of 7000 enumeratorslarger than tho stand- Ing armyFriday morning begat the task of counting the population of the United States It is estimated that Uncle Sam has about 0000000 children and the work of checking them up must be completed in one month In the cities tho count will be made In IS days and some of the returns from them are expected bj tho first week in Juno The exact population of the entire country how ever will not ho determined before SeptemberThe will cover nil the 48 states the two territories HawaII and Porto Rico Alaska the Phil Ipplne islands and Guam are not in eluded as special arrangements are made for numbering tho people there The inquiry comprises three principal branches Population agriculture and manufacturing and mining Tho questions cover tho acreage the value and tho product of farms In eluding an especial enumeration of animals and the capital invested the value of products and the number ol employees of mining and manufac turing plants Director Durand Is counting upon 90000000 names This estimate Is based upon the calculations of his ex perts and makes allowance for an In crease according to the tendencies shown In the last three censuses C tween 1870 and 18SO the increase ID the population was 30 per cent between 1880 and 1890 25 per cent be tween 1890 and 1900 21 per cent II the decrease should continue at the same ratio there would bo a falling oft this year of 17 per cent THREE ARE DEAD IN WRECK Six Others Fatally Hurt and Like Number Are Missing Freight Train Leaps Track Spokane WashAs a result of a disastrous wreck on the Northern Pa eWe railroad three miles west of Spokane Thursday three men are dead six are probably fatally Injured and six others are unaccounted for It is supposed that the mangled re mains of the missing will bo found in tho tangled mass of wreckage Eyo witnesses state that a freight train not under control and which had reached a speed of CO miles an hour was suddenly seen to leap Into the air and disappear in a cloud of dust and debrisThe train was eastbound In charge of Conductor R J McDonald and Engineer Arthur Lewis Both escaped injury by jumping FOUR SHIPS GO ON ROCKS Steamer Nlko and Its Three Consorts Are Near Disaster In Lake Michigan Marlnette Mich Information received hero from Sturgeon Day Is to the effect that the big steamer Nlko and Its three tows tho Mowatt Helvetia and Mardln are on the rocks three miles south of Clay Banks and not far from Algoma on Lake Michi ganTho boats are owned by the JUne Lumber company of Chicago Discover No Cook Proofs FairbankiexpedltJon tallest peak in North America reached the summit April 1 after a climb of one month from the base It In just announced No traces allepedIthe exploring party Trust to Help Employes New York The United States Steel corporation Friday announced tho adoption of a plan for tho relief ot employes Injured In Itn service and amlllea of men killed In accidents During temporary disablement single men will receive 35 per cent of their wages and married men 50 per cent William A Rublee Is Dead Hongkong William A Rublee for ynlno years old United States con oui peneral at Hcngkong died of ttritonltls Friday ROOSEVELT IS ANGRY DENIES HE AUTHORIZED PINCHOT TO SAY HE WOULD RUN AGAIN DECLARES STORY IS FAKE Colonel Says He is Sorry Not to Meet Root In Europe Desires Light on Political Conditions From All Side- sVlcnnaTheodoro I Roosevelt was Indignant when ho learned that a report had been printed In Paris and cabled to America to the effect that one of the results of his recent conference with GIfford Plnchot was an agreement on his part to use his name an a candidate for the presidency The colonel said tho story was a pure fake that neither hu nor GIfford Plnchot had said anything that could possibly warrant such a statement In this connection Itoosovelt said his meeting with Plnchot should not bo interpreted as a desire to hear only ono side of the conservation contro versy I want to hear all sides on all questions the colonel said and 1 shall bo glad to see anyone who can enlighten mo on political conditions I am sorry that Senator Root could not como to Europe In concluding his remarks regarding the Paris Herald the colonel said As this Is the third false statement In the Herald of a similar character I must absolutely decline to see tho representatives of that paper Theodore Itoosovelt and his son Kermit arrived hero Friday morning A thin haze hung over tho Austrian capital when tho train bearing Mr Roosevelt drew Into the station Tho guest was met by Herr von Mueller principal secretary of the foreign of fice who was there as representative of the Austrian government Amer Icon Ambassador Kerens and others of tho staffs of the American embassy and consulate and Baron Hcngclmul Icr von Hengervar AustroHungarlan ambassador nt Washington After an exchange of greetings Mr Roosevelt and Mr Kerens entered a court carriage and drove directly to tho Hotel Kranz Owing to the carll ness of the hour tho streets were al most deserted and although tho driver and the footman worn the im pedal livery the passing of tho party attracted no attention After breakfast with Hem White formerly American ambassador to France who came from Silesia to meet him Mr Roosevelt received several Americans who awaited him at the hotel and then drove In tho court car riage to the foreign office on the Ball Platz and made an official call on Count von Aehrcnthal tho foreign rain Ister Returning to his hotel the for rocr president received a call from Damn Hcngclmullcr At two oclock In the afternoon Mr Roosevelt again entered the court carriage and drove to the Horburg palace where he was received in audience by Emperor Francis Joseph As a special mark of esteem the emperor greeted his guest in his private apart ments Instead of In the usual audience chamber As Mr Roosevelt entered the courtyard the palace guard turned out and rendered hint military honors ARMSTRONG COMPANY IS HIT insurance Actuary Charges Nearly 600000 le Missing From Treas ury of Casualty Concern Charleston W VaThnt tho active managers of tho Consolidated Casual tl company before its reorganization hero this week under direction of the insurance department of West Vir ginia collected 767114 in one year and nine months ot which only 191 637 remains and that they made false entries on tho books of tho company and false returns to the Insurance department of the state are charges In tho report of John F Roche of Now York consulting actuary to the Insur ance department made public Friday Tho actuary found that the entire management of tho company was In the hands of Robert U Armstrong of Chicago president C II Burros vice president and A S Mitchell secretary and treasurer as omcers and of Armstrong Burma and Mitchell D Follansbeo as tho executive commit teeTho actuarys report states that the condition of tho companys books was such that a correct audit Is almost Im possible Among Irregularities charged are cancellation ofxfltock issued a col lectlon of partial payments for which nothing was issued and the issuing of stock which was not paid for The actuary recites that President Arm strong drew a salary of 1000 per month June 30 1909 tho report SOS It was discovered that ho Armstrong had overdrawn his salary 2312 Subsequently this overdraft jf salary was charged to miscellaneous jjpcnses Aeroplanes Wrecked In Storm Mourmclon FranceA cyclonic + torm struck the aviation field at Camp de Chalons Friday Three work men were killed and three others Injured The workshops of Henry Far nan wero destroyed and nine ran nines were wrecked- Locks Out 1000 Men Canton aThe Stark Rolling Mill ompany closed Its doors Friday to 1000 employes who have been very ctlro in an effort to organize the- mill employes nnnnnup LITTLE RUM DRINKING AT SEA Seasoned Traveler Discusses condl tlons That Have Come About In Mot Natural Way Oapt Georgo II Beardslcy a well known American traveler in the far cast who sailed the other day on the North Genuan Lloyd liner Berlin for China via the Suez canal thinks tbut the most striking feature In ocean travel today IB the steady decrease in the consumption of liquor aboard ship It was noticeable said Caut Benrdsloy Just before ho sailed not only in the Atlantic trade but In nil parts of the world and on vessels or all nations When I first sailed to the East Indies ac years ago said the captain the quantity of the liquor supply was the chief anxiety of the owners of passenger ships Food and accommo dations were secondary Issues It was the same way with the crow If the sailors complained they couldnt eat their lob cou80 or salt horse a glass of rum settled the difficulty until the scurvy canto along and ate em alive Today the crews live better than most working men ashore and rum except in sonic foreign navies Is un knownOn the big passenger liners across the Atlantlo the falling off In the bar receipts has proved n serious lots to the uteamshlp companies A quarter of a century ago the saloon tables groaned with the weight of cham pagne bottles Captain and officers sat at the head of their tables and took their shurc That Is all changed now Captains and officers rarely take stimulants at sou The passengers mostly Indulge In free lemonade and Iced tea It Is rarely that you see au Intoxicated man What do you think Is the cause Capt Ueardslcy was naked I think the principal reason al l the captain Is that men who travel today have more scnso and taftp blt ter care of themselves than their fore fathers did When I first worth out to Shanghai It was considered impossible for any white man to go cast and do any business afloat or ashore unless he made an ambulating brandy fllllne canteen of himself Ton years of that combined with the tropical heat and fevers usually sent him out with lies Ude its they call dying In the ast- or ruined his constitution for the test of his short career Drinking on the steamships Ira ding to India China and Japan linn fallen off quite CO per cent and u man can go round the world and do his buslnufs today without taking a drink of anything stronger than gin ger ale All this has born accost pushed without any laws on the subject or any organized prohibition movement Just common horse mute has conquered the liquor habit WAS TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCE Minister Once In Favor of Licensing Liquor Traffic Learns Wisdom by Work Among Poor They who have to deal with Ibe problem of poverty soon declare their conviction of the close relation beAtween the saloon and destitution and crime The Rev Dr William M lieu nu Indefatigable worker among the poor in a letter recently published says After long and patient study of tho liquor question and after 25 years experience with such men as form our Bowery bread lInel must say that 1 agree with Prof Paulson and other German and English writers that four fifths of our misery and nlnotentlm of our crimes are due directly or In directly to liquor Just about case of misery and poverty that everTIunder my notice Is duo to liquor Of course on the surface at first sight there seem to be other causes but when I got below tho surface there in drink Will tho liquor mon support and relieve the eases of poverty and digress duo to drink No The rain ister and the charitably Inclined hare thin wholly unnecessary as it should he work thrust upon them Close up the saloons and provide substitutes turn tho capital now invested In the liquor business Into flour mulls and bakeries and shoo stores and factories that Is feed the hungry and clothe tho naked Instead of wasting the hunt dreds of millions in drink as society now dotS I talk as a minister once In favor of licensing tho traffic I have since learned wisdom because of my experience with the down and out Disorders Due to Alcohol According to a state omelet of In diana onefourth of the seekers of charity outside of the almahouscs aid almost onehalf ot the dependent chil dren in America owe their deplorable condition to alcohol The same cause Is responsible for the mental overthrow of fully onefourth of all the unfortunates who are sent to the asy lumsReward for Total Abstinence Mr Andrew Carnegie in a recent ddrosB on temperance said he once offered to give any of his men ten percent of their yearly earnings as a bonus on condition that they would give their word of honor that they had not taken n single drink of spirit jolts liquor during the year previous M Kentucky leanings J Most Important News StatetAll Parts of the LOSUIT IS FILED To Test Validity of Louisvilles Ripper Ordinance Louisville Ky Attorney A G Dar ret representing Elmer C Underwood a member of the local bar and for nearly four years past one of the chIef assistants in tho ofllco of tho city ate tornoy lllcd suit In circuit court to test tho validity of the recent ripper ordinance which was forced through tho general council at tho dictation of Mayor W O Head for tho purpose of ripping up tho citys legal department The suit Is in the form of u mandamus against S M Wilhite city con troller Adolph Schmidt city auditor and C 11 DIakcy city attorney to dl rect these officials by a court order te recognize Mr Underwood still as a membor of the citys legal department and pay him his regular salary of 200 per month MATT WINN TALKS aOn the Racing Situation Around New Louisville KS1l J Wlnn genera manager of tho Now Louitivllln Jockey club returned from New York whor he had been fur several days Inspect tog Improvements in at the Empire City race curse of which lit is munagor Mr Wlnn returned to gel rwuly for tho 23day spring meeting Churc1111IoWll8 Tho situation in Now York ii not dUcouragin to horsemen Sane judgment will prevail and the sport will thrive thcro 03 heretofore Ho pivo a tint denial to reporU emanating from Galvosion to the of feet that the Mexican racing ooncoa IIODiI had been revoked THREE REWARDS OFFERED Oy Acting Governor One for the Ar rest of Alleged Night Riders Frankfort Ky Acting Coy Cox has offered a reward of UOO for tho arrest and conviction of tho portions guilty of sowing the tobacco plant beds of Joseph A Wyland Alfred Wilson and Ira D Adams in Grant county Ho alto offered a reward of 1100 for tlio arrest of Ten Dlnkcnshlp wanted in Lawrence county on the charge of murder and 200 for tho most of Leo Stewart who recently scaped Jail at Owonton whllo await ing trial on the charge of detaining s woman MYSTERIOUS SLEUTH Is Playing Hob With Blind Tiger Men at Frankfort Ky Frankfort Ky Through the em ployment of a mysterious detective to work up cases against men In this city bootlegging and conducting blind tigers evidence was secured against tJoo Thompson who was lined 120 in 10 cases a total of 200 and costs rounding out 250 Three warrants wero taken out against Alex School der charged with selling liquor on Sunday Tho mysterious sleuth is missing from the city Frankfort lfyCurt Jolt who is serving two life sentences In the penl tentlary for crimes committed during the feud troubles In Dreathltt county leas been transferred from tho shoo shop to a position in the once of tho Frankfort Clair Co Ho Is now doing ofllco work and Is studying hard at the night school at tho prison Ho Is pre paring himself to earn a living should lie over bo released from tho peniten tiary Lexington KyJ D Marshall of Lexington W D McIntyre of Millers burg and William Dudley of Carlisle bought tho Shelbourne tobacco warn house ono of the largest plants In tho local loose leaf market and will op crate It next season Tho plant was owned by Silas Sholbourne Sun of Richmond Va- Covington KyAfter R trial lasting three days a jury in Judge Tracys court returned a verdict for 15000 for John Murphy in his suit for 50 000 against tho L C N railroad lie claimed that while employed as an engineer on tho road ho sustained se vero Injuries when his engine ran into a landslide at Uma Ky ML Sterling Ky While seated on the porch at Joo Stephens house play ing with the children Capt A C KIdd died suddenly of heart disease Capt KIdd wns In his usual health five min utes bolero Ho was 72 years old and the oldest nnd bestknown auctioneer In Eastorn Kentucky Frankfort Ky Auditor Fronlr P James stated that ho had purchaser the controlling Interest in tho Kentucky Republican published at liar rodsburg Tho paper formerly was the JIarrodsburg Democrat and run by Low Brown who has moved to Pe tersburg Fla T Sanders Orr until recently a clerk in the land once will become tho editor of the paper Frankfort KyThe capitol corn mission purchased from John C Noel A tract of loud 400 by 200 feet imme diately north of the capitol at 16000 i BODY OF BOY Found In Kentucky and Police Say Ho Was Murdered Paducah KyThe body o A boy 19 years of age was found in a woodland about a mile couth of tho city limits and though hundreds of people viewed tho remains nobody could Idei tlfy hInt The theory of the police la that tho youth was beaten to death with a club which was found at his feet Ills skull was fractured in four places Tho police have been unablo to find the boys clothes The body was clad only In underwear The spot whore tho man was found Is in a section whore four or five JPTJ terlous murders have occurred in d e last few years REGENSTEIN SWORN IN Newport Educator Now Heads School I System Frankfort KyProf ElUwort Ilegcnstcln principal of the Newport public schools and recently appointed superintendent of public Instructlpn was sworn In as superintendent of public Instruction lie will not move hIs family to Frankfort until aftor the Newport public schools close for the year lie will divide Ills time for a month or RO between his once and the Newport public schools until after his successor is elected BURLEY BOARD MEETS Lexington KyTho district board lof tho Durley Tobacco society with all members present except Presi dent Clarence Lobus who is laid up with la grippe was in session hero Tho session was taken up in hearing reports front tho various counties ot the amounts of tobacco received at tho warehouses of the Burley Tobac BO Co and ns to needs In tho way of appurtenances necessary to tho hand ling of tobacco Tho member from Mason county reported that to date 1911G5 pounds have been received at tho warehouses in that county whIch was the largest amount reported by any county Somo of tho lead- Ing members attribute business pros tenco on the part of manufacturers who they nay knowing that tho to jaoco will bo sold at redrlcd prices prefer to wait until it Is redded and ready for delivery before buying IN MEMORY OF CLAY Lawyer Statesman and Diplomat Ex ercises Are Held Lexington Ky Tuesday was tho mo hundred and thirtythird anniversary of the birth of Henry Clay Ken uckyo famous lawyer statesman and diplomat who died June 29 1852 The day was observed with exercises at Transylvania university at which for nor Congressman W P Kimball was the speaker Washington Tho constitutionality of tho statute of Kentucky by which It Is sought to levy A license tax on loublofitampcd whisky produced in Kentucky was argued in the supreme court of tho United States Levi Cook for a dlbtllllng company con tended that tho law discriminated against Kentucky whisky in favor of whisky from other states and was an interference with Interstate commerce James F Morris for tho state defend et1 the law and the attempt of the state to collect the tax Frankfort KyA neal Is pending between tho Capitol commission and John C Noel of thus city for tho pur hare of a tract of land north of tho capitol which Noel values at 18000- Tho commission has offered him 12- 1I00Tbo appropriation for the par chase of the site was made in 1905 but had been overlooked until recently discovered by Capt E M Drane secretary of the commission Frankfort ltyDr 0W Arms ol oitchflcld was elected superintendent of the feeblo minded institute ol Frankfort by tho board of control- at ft salary of 2000 a year and living lie will succeed Dr D J Healy on Msy 1- Louisville Ky Stopping Into an open ellarway Mrs Francesca Karl In aged G5 years widow of Martin Caclln a former brewer fell and broke her neck dying almost in tnntly Louisville KyAnnouncement Is- mallo of tho engagement of Lieut hruston Hughes of tho United States army son of Dr and Mrs William W lughes of Louisville to Miss Kather Inc Leech of Washington DC Frankfort Ky Lewis Y Johnson mentioned as the probablo successor to Mckenzie Todd as fcccrctary to tho governor will not accept the place and It Is now likely that Capt Jickson MorrIs oesstant secretary of state will get tho place Louisville KyOn account if the EvIans daughter BesIto have convened at Owen Aboro hatIbOlus continued l SIX DEAD IN PRISON FIRE EXPLOSION TRAPS FIREMEN AT NEW HAVEN CONN Prisoners In a Panic Safely Removed by Militia and None Try to Escape New Haven ConnIn a fire whIch partially destroyed the county jail and completely burned the New England chair factory adjoining six fire men were burned to death Wednesday and 20 others wero seriously Injured Fifty convicts employed In the chair factory were removed In safety When the fire broke out there were 280 prisoners in the Jail They were greatly excited by noise and smoke which poured Into the jail from tho blazing chair factory They were kept In their cells however un ill tho explosion of a small boiler spread tho flames to the jail proper The prisoners werq then marched out on the lawn and so carefully guarded that not one escaped Under escort of militia they were transferred In patrol wagons and automobiles to the city prison Control of the fire was secured after a damage of 176000 had been sustained As soon as the ruins cooled a search was made for the six missing firemen Their bodies were found alongside the nozzles of their burned hose lines where they had fallen after the explosion WILLS 100000 TO CHARITY Thomas F Walsh Leaves 10000000 to His Widow and Daughter Mrs Edward McLean Washington When tho will of the late Thomas F Walsh was tiled for probate it was found that the son of tho daughter of the millionaire would bo not the 100000000 baby but merely one of the many babies who can count themselves as merely millionaires when they grow up to mans estate The estate of Mr Walsh an shown by his will reaches a total of 10000 000 or maybe 15000000 The bulk of this sum Is left to tho widow and the daughter now Mrs Edward Mc Lean and through her to the baby that has been supposed to be the 100000 000 I y One hundred thousand dollars Is left to charity but no specific beneficiary is named FIND WIDOW DEAD IN TRUNK Body of Mrs Gertrude Maxwell Who Has Been Misting for Six Days Is Discovered Hannibal MoThe body of Mrs Gertrude Maxwell a welltodo widow who lived alone on her farm one mile cast of Palmyra was found in n trunk at her home by Sher Iff Thomas C Lasley She had been missing since last Wednesday The lid of tht trunk was closed but not locked A club was found In the room but there were no marks of violence on tho body Mrs Maxwell Is the mother of Wade Maxwell county clerk of Marlon county HYDE JURY IS COMPLETED Xansas City Doctor Charged With Murder Says Ho Knows Hsll Get Fair rial Kansas City MoA jury was selected Friday night to try Dr B C Hyde on a charge of murdering Col Thomas H Swope When tho jury filed Into Its place Dr Hyde watched the men carefully and noted the characteristics of each This jury looks all right to me ho said I know I shall obtain a fall trial THREE KILLED BY DYNAMITE Miner Puts Sticks of Explosive Under BedsHe His Wife and Son Blown to Bits Negaunee Mich Frank Harrl man a miner thirtyone years old placed a stick of dynamite under tho bed In which his wife and three yearold daughter were sleeping and another under the bed whero his fiVe yearold boy and ho slept When the dynamite exploded man woman and boy were blown to bits The girl was found unhurt on tho floor of the room Suffragists Hiss at Taf- tWnshlngtonPresldent Taft was hissed by tho delegates to the Na tonal American Suffrage convention hero Thursday night during his ad dress to that organization welcoming them to Washington Throughout the speech symptoms of disfavor were dls jlaycd by the delegates In the form of Isolated answers from the body of the convention about mooted points the president was making This culml rutted In tlro dramatic hissing after ho hall stated substantially that one of his fears In the success of woman sub rage was that the most desirable ele mont of American womanhood would not hold tho offices that would come through tho ballot At the conclusion or his talk the leaders expressed their regret to Mr Taft over tho hissing Revolution to End New York Nlcaraguans hero expect that a final blow at the Estrada revolution will be struck within a few lays Advices received by them say the Madrlz troops are being pushed rapidly toward Blueflelds Filipinos for Cable Ship Seattle Wash The United States cable ship Durnslde now manned by a miscellaneous crew of Orientals is to receive a Filipino crow of 52 when the army transport Dlx salves wltb them on May 10 I J SECRETARY 1 W NEWMAN KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Eighth Annual Fair to Be Upon a More Lavish Scale Than Ever This Year Secretary J W Newman of the Kentucky State Fair Is beginning to mature his plans for the eighth nn nual state fair to be held In Louis ville next fall Secretary Newman la not yet ready to say anything about this years fair except to state that the plans under way insure a larger J W NEWMAN Secretary Kentucky State Fair and bigger fair this fall than over before There will be new and additional attractions that will draw more ex hibitors and result In a larger attend anco than In previous years Seem tary Newman ic an Indefatigable worker and the success of this an aunt exposition is due largely to his efforts and untiring energy The an nual state fair is now a permanent Louisville and stato institution KENTUCKYS REPRESENTA TIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE ELEVENTH DISTRICT Don Calvin Edwards Republican of London was born in Appanooso County Iowa July 13 1861 educated In common schools of Iowa and Kan sas and at the University of Holton Kan located in Laurel County Kentucky in 1892 Is engaged in manu facturing and tho wholesale lumber business was clerk and master commissioner of tho Laurel circuit court from 1S9S to 1904 married Miss Lida Hodges In 1904 was chairman of the DON C EDWARDS Congressman from Eleventh District of Kentucky Kentucky State Republican conven tlon in 190S and during the Presi dential campaign of that year was a member of the state campaign com mittee and director of the speakers bureau was elected to the Fifty ninth and Sixtieth Congresses and reelected to the Sixtyfirst Congress receiving 36073 votes to 14729 for A O Patterson Democrat 518 for Tobias Huffaker Prohibitionist and 335 for E B Slatton Socialist A debate on a proposition to repeal tho law providing for a federal tax on corporations In which representa tines of Cincinnati university took the affirmative was won by representa fives of tho University of Tennessee who came to Cincinnati for tho argu ment Louis Mann and Charles Sawyer were the local talkers and Frank E Bryant of Bradford Tenn and Robert A Davis of Palmyra that slate wero the visitors The Rev Charles Frederic Goss and Judges James Swing and Jacob Schroder worn tho judges President Dabnoy acting as moderator Maude Rollins equestrienne of a circus was severely hurt during a performanco at the completion of her airship horse act In Chicago Miss Rollins had just accompanied Omar tho Arabian stallion on its perilous trip and was riding around tho track responding to the applause when the horse frichtened by a clown goose sprang to one side and throw her against a guy wire Her shoulder was severely cut and she was dragged from the saddle Omar shows no IgnSjofi nervousness yet ho was star ficdttma clown goose f 1 CROP CONDITIONS Apart From Speculative Markets the Actual Producing Centers Furnish Cheerful Reports New YorkR G Dunn Coc week ly review of trade says Crop conditions are becoming more and moro a vital factor In tho business situation and it is noteworthy that the nearer one gets to the actual producing centers and the further from tho specu lathe markets the more cheerful are tho reports Even the poor winter wheat outlook is improved by rains whllo as regards wheat there is a Jarger acreage and excellent initial conS dIUons If the main crops are good the year should be a prosperous one in spite of political and monetary complications The unsettlement in pig iron where curtailment of production Is talked ol in the trade as a means of bringing a readjustment of conditions still dis turbs tho iron and steel market With the output during tho last six months exceeding all previous records some ac cumulation Of stocks has resulted and prices for some time past have been In the consumers favor New low quotations are named by the leading cast iron pipe interest on its inquiries for GOOOO tons of Southern iron while the general weakness in the market has now extended abroad In finished lines sheets bars and tinplate lead In point of activity with other branches moro quietThe dry goods markets oro generally quiet but price readjustments in cotton goods stimulate business on special qualities Export trade ia slow Cur tailment in cotton and worsted mills continuesThere now a satisfactory trade in footwear and although some buyers are still out of the market the question of prices Is becoming a less disturbing element Material activity has dovel oped in tho Boston solo leather market All varieties of domestic hides and calf- skins continue very strong Failures and Exports New York Bradstrccts Review saysBusiness failures In the United States tor the week ending with April 14 were 207 against 210 last week 201 In tho like week of 1909 261 in 1908 167 in 1907 and 167 in 1906 Failures in Can ada for the week number 27 which compares with 26 last week and 27 in tho corresponding week of 1909 Wheat including flour exports from tho United States and Canada for the week ending April 14 aggregate 1836 266 bush against 1777026 last week and 1475506 this week last year For the 41 weeks ending April 14 exports are 118882926 bush against 148052 205 In the corresponding period last yearCorn exports for the week are 941200 bush against 635624 last week and 799800 in 1909 For the 41 weeks end Ing April 14 corn exports are 21311676 bush against 26548758 last year Copper Market Stimulated Now York Copper metal has steadied up a good deal since the ac tion of tho Calumet and Hecla inter est in advancing its price from 12 13c to 13Uc for lake copper Domes tic consumers are giving little heed to the market but foreigners have been very fair buyers and it is esti mated that their purchases around 12c f o b Now York for electrolytic have amounted to close upon 20000 000 lbs Producers are generally hold Ing for 12c to 13c but copper is ob tamable at tho lower figure the stocks of electrolytic copper being much less widely than the stocks of lake copper Tho United Metals Sell- Ing Co has not done much business on the recent break In prices and is said in tho trade is proceeding on the policy that it is bettor to let the weaker holders clean up on their stocks before attempting to push its copper for sale Metals Selling Co has had an important restraining in fluence Virlng the recent reduction and prevented complete demoralize tlon of tho market CATTLE MARKET Cincinnati April 16Cattlo1Iavy steers 675a790 extraS butcher steers extra 740a750 good to choice 675a725 heifers extra 723a740 good to choice 650a715 cows extra 585a6 good to choice 515a57C fat bulls 575a625 bologna J475a575 thin and tight 350a465 Milch Cows Extra 6750a7250 good to choice 48a65 common to fair 20a45 11018 Good to choice packers and butchers 990alO mixed packers 97Ga990 common to choice heavy fat sows 7a 940 extra 950 stags GaS50 light shippers 975a10 pigs 110 Ibs and less 750a975 deep and Lambs Extra 685a7 good to choice 635a675 common to fair 375a625 clipped lambs extra 840a850 good to choice 8a835 common to fair 650a775 spring lambs 8a1250 r GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati April 16FlourSprlng patent 550a580 spring fancy 480a 51C tpring family 440a455 winter patent + 520a555 Wheat No 2 win ter red 110al12 CornNo 2 mixed 60c No 2 yellow Glc No 2 white 65c OatsNo i whlto42Jhc No2 mixed 43c No 2 white 46c UyoNo 2 84a 86c Mill Feed Bran Is selling at 2250a2350 mixed toed at 2350a 2450 Hay No 1 timothy U82 a 1875 No 2 timothy 167Eal725 No 3 timothy 1525al575 s IN THIS PAPER The I Island of Regener ation BY CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY ILLUSTRATIONS BY RAY WALTERS t A Gleaming Figure Like an Olympian Goddess 1 The Island OF RegenerationII Is a literary treat of exceptional I merit and we take pleasure ilroffering it to our readers I IN If you know Brady and his works you will agree that he is a past master with the pen and you can appreciate the value bl this story when we say it is undeniably his masterpiece From beginning to end it ii 14 flied with Unique Situations r t Dramatic Intensity and Thrilling Action i In short if you want to rend j one of the best and cleverest stories ever written watch for the opening chapters soon to appear IN THIS PAPER WHERE IS The Island of- Regeneration t 1 t j eoeaaoaIIOq r 81 J 1 l Qeo I I East Kentucky Correspondence j I News You Get Nowhere Else j a I Bo eomiptaiiac pabllihtd nalm etlued la tell by tin writer Till IWDII U rot Sot publication bat at an ttUiae ot good faith Writ plainly 1 i ioe oooooooo rl JACKSON COUNTY OIIKKNIIALL I Greenhall April ISDud ThomllS j IwasvlaVJng al Beattyvllle last week Ii Chas Crank loft Monday for lIam llfon OhloJ D Plerson has secure i the agency to sell nursery stock for the old Dominion Nursery of VIrginia and will begin work about the firth of MayWa are Informed that CurlY Smiths daughter who has boon In Idaho for several months will retun home In October J N Smith hasI routed a part of J D Plersons farm to plant In corn Miss Dllla Pierson who has been making her home 1t Richmond tor several months has been visiting relatives at Groenhal the past two weeks What Is worse than to see some of our citizens fa Intoxicated day after day that they are very bad examples to the grow Ing up generation and a grlevoui shame to their relatives and others who am made their associates As long as we allow tho law violators to go unmolsted he who runs his blind tiger his moonshine still ThoseI and other degrading things wilt beI a stumbling block to the progress l of our county and those shameful sights with our young boys and oldI greyheaded fathers will come before us let every citizen man or woman boy or girl put his shouldcn to the wheel and roll with a determination to never cease till this great evil Is cleaned from our land It Is not only the moonshiners that are giving trou t ble go to your express office and day after day you will soo arriving to the people of whiskeyI munlty from Ohio Indiana etc Did you over think about the l dollars that are leaving our state every year to pay for this whiskey What we need Is a law to stop other dealers in other states from shipping It in here and until there Is a lawI to do so our money will be sent aWIlYI day by day and we will lIve in the shame which Is brought I about by Intoxicating liquors which is the cause of over threefourtha all the trouble in our land We otI to organize and work day and II with a full determination to never cease working until we drive it from our good old state of Kentucky which is too noble and good to beI disgraced by so evil a thing Remem ber there Is nothing impossible be neath the sky we only fall because WF fall do try I IAIU OTIParrot April 17 Several from this place are planning to attend court at McKee next weekMr and Mrs Willie Nelson visited Mr Nelsons father Saturday and Sunday Misses Nora and Minnie Price visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Married at the home of the bride Miss Fan nie Parker to Mr John Jones W M Adklson officiated Buck Cunagln while working at the saw mill Mon day got his hand caught in the saw cutting off all his ringers except the little finger Drs King and Stllllons were summoned to dross his hand which U in a bad condition Several from Isaacs attended church at Letter Box Sunday Messrs Jno and Creed Johnston of IngramI tended church at this place Hurrah for Congressman D C Edwards I jETAEL are having some very good weather at present and gardens are looking fine Farm ers are getting ready for corn plan- tingMrs Virginia Dalley is no bet terSum Messer has got his new kitchen about completed Messrs Emit and Roy Mulllns were here onI business this weekMr U S ShuLter8jtor good days work done John W Reeeel had a fencing SaturdayMr and Mrs Boreing Pendergrass and eon Roy are visiting Mrs Pendergrossa par ents Mr and Mrs Amos Metcalf Mr Roy Pendergrass and Chester Met calf visited U S G Rico Saturday i Miss Mary Rice visited her sister atIBernice last weekMessrs and Charlie Reese who have been InI Ohio for some time have come back I to their old home place and are gett ing in a crop They are staying with i their brother J W Reese Mrs Martha Rice has gone to Bernice to see I her daughter Susan Hornsby who is very 11lFrank the son of Josle Al len is very 111 with rheumatism Several from this place attended church at Mt Olive Sunday and also the baptizing of S Wolf at Mault den and report a fine time Samuel Messer and daughter Millie visited their cousin Mr and Mrs Johnnie Curry of Nathanton Ky Sunday I You who are got subscribers for The Citlezn subscribe for it nqw It IsI tm set pac prltved In the moun aura It Lela a1 the news and the trry li went the dollar you get Gun whole thing forMrs Emily Rich r M l s v c i ootIoooouguuul Is very illMrs Frankle Bowman an children visited Mrs Dowmans par ents at Alger last week ISAACS Isaacs April 13Miss Laura Isaac s who has been sick Is getting about wellMiss Martha Brewer has been visiting Mrs Annie Brewer the past weekThe novoO P Hacker filled his regular appointment at Annvlll Saturday and SundayMrs Nann Allen is visiting her mother Mrs Martha Davis Mr and Mrs Q R Davis attended Sunday School at Annvlli Sunday They reported a good Sunday school Mr John Macklntus had a working last Thursday and got plenty of work dopeMr and Mr Dan Allen visited Mr George DavJ Sunday night Mr Ted Brewer has been plowing for his son Mr Tom Brewer Grandma Cunagln died IllSt Monday Mrs Martha Baldwin has a fine baby There will be prays meeting at Annvillo church every Thursday night Every one come Messrs Flem Roarch and Elleha Peters took dinner with Mr M L Wat son SundayMfg Manda Bowltn and Mr Green Couch were married a tow days ago They will make home at Hamilton Ohlolrs theirI Campbell who came back from a few weeks ago has rented Mr David Yorks place EVERGREEN Evergreen April 12 Apples and peaches promise to be the best crop for years Sam Rose of Johnetta is here peeling tan bark working sever menMrs Dr James Rose has to Louisville to undergo an gonQI Whlttteld Rose is sick this On the 11th Inst T J Lake rattlesnake 4 12 feet long and with 10 rattles and one button Mrs Hat lie Lake is getting along in poultry business very well 150 little chlcUi and fine prospects for moreT and Jake Lake went to McKee lut week to hoar the Hon Caleb Powers speak Miss Nannie Mallcote Mr Luther Lake attended an1I school at Pleasant Run last HUBUCT Hurley April 19 There Is a big tide in Indian Creek Mr John Howard was in this part last week buy Ing cattle and hogs Sheep and hogs ere higher now than ever known be loreCorn is worth 1 per bushel Mr Ned Gobbard had a log rolling Saturday and go lots of work done Mr and Mrs Pal Gabbard visited friends at Birch Lick Saturday night and Sunday Several from this place x tended Sunday school at Bethel Sun ayMr and Mrs Wm Moore Vis Lied friends at Moorcs Creek Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs Geo McCollum visited relatives at Horse Lick Saturday and Sunday Mr Mil on Johnson had a working Friday and got a fine lot of work done1Ir- N Gabbard bought a milch cow from H F Morris for 520Moat every ones watching for the great comet that Is to appear in next month but no- me has soon it yet iqOCKCASTLE COUNTY CLJlIIAX Climax Arlpl 10Old Brohter Solo non of Goochland is very low and t not expected to live Mrs S L teeter Is improving Mr Barlow Jlark had a clearing a tow days ago a1Iand or Sam Rose were In Johnetta RalyI Thursday on business The child of J Rector who has been sick Is betterU S York Is clearing up yearDudIJim Rector was In Wlldle last week on business S L Rose Is getting Sparksjwhere he has been working for sometime WIMUE Wlldle April lSMrs Mary E Coffey is visiting her daughter Mrs Jas Aldrich at Berea Mr and Mrs T B Lair were guests of Mr and Irs T G Reynolds Saturday night Clyde Lair of near Mt Vern IMIss her aunt Mrs W H Bran nan last week Born to Mrs J H Reynolds a fine glrlG C Hayes visited frlonds at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Albert Reynolds was over at Mt Vernon Monday DISlUTANTA- Dlsputrnta April ISTho fanners were goitlcg in a good way of plant Ing corn but the rain has stopped hem for a while Born to Mr and Mrs Bill Chtsteen last week a fln- oboyA new lodge of the I O Frill be Instituted at Dlsputanta next Wednesday night A fine time Is anti lpatedRov L R Rowlcut of this lace visited his son W A Rowlett or Madison County last week Born is1 week to Mr and Mrs Frank leals a big baby boyMr F F Miller is sckMr Wlllla Cliajteen and fife Kara returned from Ohio to take thli place their home Mr H I C Rowlett was in Berea Saturday on business JIOONK Boone April 11 Meeting was held at Fairview church Saturday and Sunday conducted by the Rev C C Wll son Measles have again made their appearance in this section Sunda school at this place Is progrosaln nicely Mr J H Lambert and Mi Coo Wren mado a business trip to Mt Vernon ono day last week rand Mrs Nute Coyle of Borca visit ed relatives at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs T S Todd of Pain Lick visited Mr and Mrs H T Chat teen Sunday a weekMr Cal Chas teen and Miss Jennie Chasteen wer guests of Misses Henna and rary Smith Sunday Mre Daisy Lambert and Mrs Nora Wren who were hurt In a runaway accident are Improving rapidly Mr Wm Gadd mode a business trip to Conway one day last week Boone April 1SMr Sol Knuckle is no better Mr A D Levott ha been quite sick with mumps but Is some bettor now Mr Wm Gadd and John Gadd wore In Berea last Sunda Mr and Mrs H T Chasteen wore In Berea one day last weekMr M S Snider of Berea was in this vicinity Sunday Mr Sam Lambert pur chased a cow from Mr John Wren one day last week for 40Mr Chas Oldham who has been quite sick 11 slowly recovering Mr San Lambert returned home SaturdayMrs Daisy whoI=35 OWSLET COUNT TIIASELLERS RIT Travelers Rest April 13Most Farmers are very busy planting corn In this section Mrs C K Whltn Is visiting relatives and trends in Louis tlllo this weekDr Jno D Heard of Boonevlllo is hero title week doing dental workS A Caudell has filled his new store with fresh groceries and is now ready to serve the people The Hon Caleb Powers delivered an interesting discourse ton largo crowd of eager listeners at this place Friday April 8th Every xxly in this section will support Mr Powers in his candidacy for congress manSunday school at this place Is irogresslng nicely Mr and Mrs W P Minter have returned from Roder W Va and to their hearts de ffleht they sing Theres no place home Hargus Phillips was the guest of Swlmpfleld Begley a few lays last week Travelers Rest Lodg Xo 116 I O O F will give a public rogramme on Tuesday April 26th Ill Odd Fellows their wives and chll Iran are cordially Invited to attend The Vincent baseball Is now ready to accept any challenge they might receive VINCENT Vincent AprI116J B Scott spent last week on the South Fork river bUYing cross ties for the Lylse and Drake Tie CoMr Carl Cart of leldelburg passed thru Vincent Wed ncsdayT B Venablo spent a day or two In the Brushy Mountain region last week selling fertilizer and looking after some business for the tochester Nursery CoThe lion laleb Powers addressed a large crowd at Vincent last Friday in the interest of his candidacy for congress lie met with a warm reception and his speech was to the point and full of mean- Ing He will not lose a vote In this end of the County Burgoyne Bother was at Beattyville Saturday on bu- nsSn P Caudell of Travellers Rest was over at Vincent Saturday W H Venable was visiting on Island Creek Sunday ISLAND CITT Island City April 15one of the most interesting speeches ever made In this neighborhood was delivered at Island City April 6th by the lion Caleb Powers In the interest of his indldacy for congress About two undred attended There was not but bout six voters who opposed his speech The remainder said Powers was the man according to the expros i slon of the people of Owsloy County is useless for Mr Edwards to cn- ter the race and the people think he- will notJ Kelley who has been down with rheumatism Is out again ederal Court at Richmond 26th o- fAprllR M Morris will begin operating his new cultivator BOOH Emeyy eters left Saturday for Blake He IE a candidate Wm Mays returned home Sunday from Richmond and lert the same day for Beattyville anlel Moore made a business trips to Jackson County TuesdayD 0 Wood oC Jackson County was on J- land Creek one day last week- RICEsnWN Rlcetown April 16J L Gabbard J P was in Boonevllle last week tending Fiscal Court He reportsII thnt claims were allowed to ount of about f2044 Some of our times wore in Boonevlllo Saturday for the purpose of being examined as to whether they are strong enough to be entitled to be taken In the state militia which they are getting up at- thot place The school closed at Cow Creck Friday night with an exhlbt rn which proved to be a very en yable occasion We Jon In congratu f lating Misses Brownleo and McGattlc The Hon Caleb Powers spoke a Cow Creek last Monday week at 11 lu m and at this place at 3 p m In the afternoon to avery large and on thurlastlc crowd The sentiment the people of this section Is 00I strong for Powers and It seems ho will loose very few votesMr A D York of Buckhorn was hero a tow drys ago on business Mr and MrsI John Mayes of Pebworth visited friend and relatives at this place last week LAUREL COUNTY I IIONIIAM Bonham April 16 Sunday school Is progressing nicely at this place with a lare attendance We hope the par ents will como and bring their children every Sunday and show a help- Ing hand Wo have some first class Sunday school teachers Last Mon day week County Court was hold at London and a large crowd of people attended Horses were selling for a good price Plug horses sold from forty to sixtyfive dollars apiece Miss Pearl Reed was the Denhams Friday night the fifteentht lITJSIIUJU1 Plttsburg April 0 There are several cases of measles and small pox around Plttsburg Mr Harvey Cole bought a tine cow and calf from Mr Mack Barnott for 35Mr John BjTlcy Is very low with appendicitis There will be meeting at this place Saturday and Sunday conducted by B Aehor Mrs Salllo Cole of near Plno vlllo has been visiting friends and relatives near Pittsburg Mr Bass War ren is planning on moving to Liberty for the summer Mlwi Perry Blair who has been staying with Mr John Adams has returned homo Miss S JI Medley is sick Miss Lottie Colo and Flora Fletcher are attending the grad ed school at London Mr Perry Cole was at Plttsburg last week ESTILL COUNTY LKiailTON Leighton April IGIrs Holey Me Klney is very slckT K Fields killed a large rattle snake Thursday Measured 3 feet and 10 inches In gram Dma are doing good business working at ties Yank McKInoy went out on a hunting expedition the other day and was wounded by a ground hog Ho thought that his dog had run a rabbit in a hole and was determined to catch It so he I twisted a stick in the animals hair and brought It out to where he could I reach it with his hand The ground hog seized his finger and Inflicted a I severe wound on it before he would le IUICLAY COUNTYS- EXTONS CllKKK Sextons Creek April 9Martin i Burch had a fencing Tuesday Mrs Lizzie Saylor went to Burning Springs Thursday to take medical treatment Jackson flanks who has been In GaI rea for the last three weeks has re turned Stock traders are very num erous In this part of the country U Bailey of Jackson County hero Thursday W N passedthruI Yoke of oxen to James Mr Turner and family County are hero wanting to buy or rent land I am in position to give you better price and quality on general me bandlso than you have been expect lag You ram Invited to come and iw for yourself J B Stewart Spring Creek Ky MADISON COUNTY- KINGSTON Kingston April 18 Mr Jno Powell has returned from Louisville with a car load of cattle Misses Eva Lcjwla and Ella Ballard spent Sunday with toss Jecsle Young The Rev Van I ierpool Misses Martha Suda and Jessie Powell were the guests of tiles Margaret Crooke SundayMr- and Mrs Will Munday Mr and Mrs Will Cornelison spent Sunday with fur and Mrs Davis Munday Mrs John Powell and daughter Martha were Berea visitors Monday week Ilsses Ora and Ethel Flancjry visited iome folks Saturday and Sunday nREYFV8 Dreyfus April lSMr and Mrs I lames Harris of Berea visited the j otters parents Mr and Mrs George lurd Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs llmore Riicker a baby boy March l7thMrs Amanda Puckott who has been sick for the past week is im proving Mr Irvine Baker Is sick ilr and Mrs Andy Carpenter were II MtauhctuKd For line rich I or plain food r savingp I lit r Indispensable Home Baking I the guests of Mr and bin Juno Lain Sunday Miss Dora Bongo and Miss Zeulah Davis were in Boroa satiurday on buslnctH Miu Floseiq er was In Berea over Thursday last week Mlsa Condls Denny Is atIRichmond this week with hor Mrs Iva Danny who is quite sick Miss Lizzie Lake has returned home I front Richmond whdro she has been attending school Mr Thomas Hayca i of Mr and Mrs Wm Jones lost week Mr Ate Barker and wife were the gusts of Mr T Harris and wife Sun dayMr Chas Davis has Just re turned from St lichen wberu boon for the past week The BundaI school at thin place is progressing nicely Fifty aro enrolled SIIVKK CllKKK Silver Creek April 19Miss Min nie Lake has returned home after a months visit with her brother and wlfeMr Minter Lainhart who has boon in Hamilton for some time Is with home folksMr Edward Lake of Evergreen passed thru enrouto to Berea last week on business Mlsa Iva Anderson ot this place la visit lug her slater Mrs Jack Moom Mr I Robert Richardson and children of Hamilton Ohio are visiting Mr W D Lewis Mr Joe Lowla has mado quite an addition to his Mr and Mrs W B Lake visited the tatters parents of Berea Sunday and MondayMr D C Pulllns has aI fine sow for sale call and see himI Quite a crowd of the Normals wore in this section one day this week gathering wild flowers Mr Beatty Pigg while at work cut his foot very badly with an axMr- B F Torrlll of near Borea bought some ratite and hogs from Mr Ge- ePlggMr I Joo VanWInklo sold to J B Richardson of Big Hill four hoc foe fifty dollars Mra Lizzie Icaaca Iof Roblnot is visiting her uncle W A Johnson WASHINGTON Continued from Hint rime being the first man ever removed from that Job by force As a matter of fact It Is reported around here that the leaders of the C Sc A bunch see the hand writing on- the wall and are getting ready to step out They hope to hold on for this session that is said to be all Aldrich la reported to have Raid that he will not return to tho Senatehis health la expected to bo bad about that time Tawncy In the House was nearly beaten last year and is not likely to get thru again And Dalzell the smooth hits suddenly I become implicated In the Plttsburg scandals thru testimony that ho Is owner of some shocking dens of vice In that city This has not been prov ed yet but the suspicion is likely to Inlsh his weak chances of reelection That will cleaning out the Meanwhile bunchJgramme for unsorted with the reactionary element Is not doing well The Insurgents are helping all they can but the regulars who have promised so often that their tongues aro Ured dont seem able to push things ahead One Congress i man told the writer that it was understood the Taft bills were to go thrubut they dont seem to bo gong That same Congressman by the backiIndicated SAVE YOUR FOWLS I bourbon Poultry Cure it recognized as tho standard poultry of the world It li the one remedy that can bo deponded on with nbaoluto certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera Ronp llmberaeck Diarrhoea sadall Wnteriscepsfowlsbeeaatnyend eases A few drop la tbe drinking free from dlscano A bio bottle mates 1 2 gallons of medlclnu r hA of Blackhead and other diseases In turkey CurelIIBourbon Co IAtAll Loading DruoaUts BOo per Bottle making equally valuable For dwclUngI Remedy TnamoratedIsxtngtoo U S A Trial Vial rre Tor Scle by Porttr Dug Coirpt ny rrc Fcren Ty nt r r P tho Insurgents next season If ro elected This Is to be taken aa an onion because up to tine time of thlajwriting said Congressman was chief ly notable for his faculty of being on hand whenever any plums dropped J oft If ho Is with the next year or any olher InsufgentJIt Ira because tho Insurgents plums To return to the Taft bills the postal batik bill has suffered as If a cyclone had bit it It hardy has a feature that Taft wanted A good many people are wondering whether he will swallow this as ho did the tariff bill That In If It gets pass all railroad bill la being 1billsment In Juno with very few of tho appropriation bllla passed Those blllB have to be passed and it takes months to put them thru So it Is plain that tho time to put the dent bills thru h gulling IroslIIt la plain that flee Taft la ItiX to be sonaltlTO Moth and about the way his work Is being received by the country Ho haa been hoping for two terms of course but It seems to have come over him that he is not going to got them At two different dinners lucre tonight he has announced that ho does not expect to be a candidate again This Is not a pledge snot ho has not bound him self not to run again He simply does chnncclone of Reproacntcilvofl has done this week lit dOM good things once In a while you know haa been to pass the bill providing for publicity In all expendi ture of funds In national campaigns That moans that ovary candidate for an office under the U 8 Government will have to make public a Btautiiotw of how much money he WOO and where he got It Probably the Sen ate will not tKua tho bill When you sec Uio Hourc passing a good law without any trouble it Is pretty cer tain that arrangements havo been tussle for the Senate to kill tho bill The tight against BoVerldgo has been getting under way It U said that many of tho heavy standpat speakers are to be sent Into Indiana to fight the brilliant senator because 1 of his attitude on tho tariff Many of the insurgents have offered to help him out but ho has so far refused all aid but says he will himself mako a canvass which shall Include every- county In Indiana It la reported that Pree Roosevelt will speak for him and probably Mr Bovorldgo would not refuse such an otter Some ono once said that the Democrats can always be depended on to do some fool thing Really it does happen often that when the chances goodJp tory but It will hurt them badly And Bryan die It Ho has soot out an open letter In which ho claims that tho present high prices provo that his tree silver thcorjcn wero night No description of thin effect ot this on tho political game need be made The Democrats have however the advantages which tho aged father ixnerlenced on tho return of the Prodigal Son The P S Is WIUlo R Hearst lie wants to come back and- o a Democratic leader again It Is even possible that he might be will- Ing to be a candidate for President next time The Democrats are try ng to decide whether WUlto will do hem more harm from the ohtslde in or the Inside out The Suffragists In convention hero his week distinguished themselves remarkably Prcs Taft accepted an Invitation to speak to them tho ho now and said that ho didnt endorse ho suffrage movement Whep ho said so In his speech they hissed hooted and otherwise conducted themselves in- mosta Impolite manners Later they pologlsed Ho advised them that if hey wanted the suffrage they ought to try to show that they were capable of acting fairly toward an opponent